ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clearfield Republican Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,965 items from Clearfield Republican, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,965 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 November 1864

THE REPUBLICAN. Out ffir if paid i adranri, " " V PM teilhin tk year, . " " yfnot paid vithin th year, VrpNEFnAY,s::::::::XcvEMBER 10, 1804 Tyrone Clearfield Hal road Time-Table, Train leaves Tyrote t 8:55 a. M. " arrives at rhitipaburg at 11 A.M. Train leaves Phillnsburg at j:5j p, M. " ar rivet at iyrono at 5:f5 P.M. OL0BI0US VICTORY I CLEARFIELD .COUNTY SOUND ' TO THE CORE! Slio Demands an Hohornble Peace and a Restored Union. 1301 Majority Tho following nro tho official re turns of last Tuesday's election in Clearfield county. . The result is grat Hying in tho highest degree to every patriot to every man who thinks wo have had enough war in tho foolinh effort to make tho negro equal with tho whito man, and who is in favor of an honorable poaeo and a restored vmuu. jjuw it in mi in vain. 1110 corrupting influences of tho Adminis ;tion though impotont in Clear finld iitiVO been nil powerful else where ttnd Mr- Lu'coln, the advocato of war until ''tno Abandonment of slavery, 01 mor...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 November 1864

MTHE "REPUCBLIAN." Cte Square, l Twosquurea, : : Three squares, : Four squares, I Half coluinu, : One column, : Terms tt uDcr".rtiou. falsi 9 advance, ct within three mouths, $1 SO laid any tini litliiu the year, - - 1 74 J j aid al'ur the expiration wi the year, . 2 00 lines os auRstT isteT,ci.E.kriKt.D, pknm'a. Terms of Advertising. Aavr rV.semrDts arelut.rted in tho Republican ai Vh following raits : 1 Insertion. 2 do. S du. lr.esj.ure, (10 lines, ) " 74 ,0U iwu squares, ( lii.es.) 100 1 0 2 00 Thr. mares. (Abtines.) 1 60 2 00 2 SO S uionthi A uio t. 12 ino ti AO ti 00 f7 00 : 4 00 8 00 10 00 : 4 00 8 00 12 00 : 6 00 10 00 14 00 i 3 00 12 00 IS 00 t 14 00 20 00 55 00 Over three weeks and lea than three moatha 25 eerjt per square for each insertion. ' . Uusicsis notices net eaoeeding 8 line are in serted for 12 a year. Advertlsiments net marked with the number of otertlons domed, will be continued until forbid and chargod sooordlr.g to these ternia. cl eaJTf je i i .co. pm ec to k...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 23 November 1864

D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. for tlis Republican. D0TTINO3 BY THE WAYSIDE. BT OIISEKVER. I am a man of observation, and that ob servation hat led me to believe that it is test to think much and say little j but there are limes when the moat phlegmat ic observer must speak out, aud my speak ng out is occasioned by what is called a WtTm a psper called the R.rftmt Jour- W, publico In Clea. field, on Xov:iCth. Ufmy observations of men and things are -correel, tk leader was written l.y a dap- jper liule fellow, weighing abjut seventy five pounds, gross, who wiggles in and piggies out, dodge here and dodges there, i' 'ft i j.-' nutw aitu UUU (v ruIr' "eft enouSl ' I'ft ingreenlrtcks " Terming fat nalary the males, (coppcrbod aim r.i'rhead.j lfo yme (he pathetic on the roaderl or i!,.! illus trious rc-print of the llarriaburg Telegraph, in endeavoring to account for McCIellao'. majority in Clearfield county. He cites the case of three drovers inBoggstwp, who vo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 23 November 1864

i n ' '. U..LL 8 -.J HJ..'.J- -J l l 1 ? 1LH- A-! ! .JUL' 'JL.JH! .7 '--iv Toi Dimocract iu no Coxcusions to ( Tho Duty of the Democracy, nr.... ii.. .ct...;.., nnrnna ra Whatever mar be the onmion of the tutki.viion nun iuo viBi-m. r , , , - - . i menus ui tao Auiuiuisirauon, every vuiiu Damnable Outrage-Soldiers Hanging I -Xfab Monster Paine- ' Democrats by Authority. 'another incident . ma admin iht rati av. On the 7th ult., aiquad of soldiors num- t 1 1 it- ... eloquent in their appeals to the magna- Rn(1 ltnpartial man mu(t Rdm'it tb'a, the, tering between 100 and 150, were .ent to administration' tt a, P.?ne io KentuckJ nimity of the Democrats. We are no reported results of the election for rresi- the shoals, in Martin oounty, Indiana, by Bn(i Tennessee, it appear that but few of dont. do not cxpreu the free opinion or, Gen. Ilovey, tor the purpose of arrestinj the transactions Hint combine to maki the citizena of tho freo States. It is be- certain parf.ee auspectod or treason...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 23 November 1864

u THK' REPUBLICAN. 0 Mtnr jf f"4 in adtanrt, , " " f within the yewr, " f not paid itiiit iht year, , 60 1 :r. 'rJNeVKMHKIt Zi, IMii, TvnuioA: I'lcaiUeld Hal road 'I luic-Table. I Triu leaves Tyror.o lit 8:i5 A. M. arrives at 1'bilipi.burg t " U A.M. Trtiu leaves rhillpsbnrg at S:i5 I'. .I. ariivr. at Tyrono at 5;i6 p, M. THE MEWS. Gen. Shcrmnn, uflcr dttroj ing every thing llmt coald Lo of rdvanliigo lo the enemy at, Atlanta, left thai point, part of :-Lis force on tbe'Jtb, find the remainder ' (47,000 in nil) ou tho 12th, far Macon, tlienco lo Augusta, hit final destination being supposed to be either Charleston, Savannah, or Mobile. '1 he distance frcm Atlanta lo. the nearest it the three points is over 300 miles. Ilia army is sup- u uuji rations. ;o con- liderablo rebel force can confront him until after he reach Macon, wlwch 1 ibout 10U miles from Atlanta. But he. wi-a awuuwt l'U UtJ- fnr I,a iT.nt nn.Hi it. .. f i ...w.w iuuuiui iuo vouicuer-j y scnucr in Lawrence townehip. Cl...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 23 November 1864

TliE' REPUBLICAN. 0t if f'd "dtanct, . ( paid within the ynr, " (f not paid vi'fAiii (As yar, $1 1 2 WtD.xK'Ay,:::::: ::::Xt'VKMittB 23 . . ... ,1804 TtweAC-lcmJieldlUlroitil Time-Table. I' "r , ' ' . .,,,., Tvrrr0.t 8.53A m tii, i ,f frct' those having Bald 'S'l ' A. SS:K Train leaves riiili,sburg at S-.li P. M. arrives at Tyrone ut p, Ji, . ' - i ' i THE MEWS. Con. Sherman, after destroying every thing tlmt coakl be of ndvanlogo to the enmy at Atlanta, left that point, part of Lit force on theOtb, nnd the remainder (-17,000 in all) on tho 12lb, for Macon, tlienco to Augusta, fmul destination being supposed to be either Charleston, Savannah, or llobilo. '1 he clistancc frcni Atlanta to. the nearest ef tho three points is over 300 miles. ITis army is sup plied with sixty days' rations. No con siderable rebel force can confront Li in until after be reaelus Macon, wLich is uliflllt 100 mile, tmm Allnl. Tt..l 1 - . . r. , , JiASlK treipaistng on tlioprcmne of the sub- fore ho reaches t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 23 November 1864

ti!ejuci.1i RICHARD IIOSSOP, -Terme t ubacr;rno. , BIE ALIEJ2 EE 2 ifftaSVSS" - " FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS tl paid after the expiration of the yssr, -100, trrMi ciuwum, rssa'a. Termaof AdTertUInsf. Advertisements ara Inserted la the Republican at the following rates i ' 1 Insertion. 3 do. Oae square, (10 lines,) T$ Two squares, (20 lines,) 1 00 1 40 Three squares, (S lines,) 1 60 1 00 I months 0 mo's, On Square, t I 11 60 $4 00 Two squares,) j I I : 4 00 00 Three squares, I l I l 6 00 4 00 Four squares, I t I 00 10 00 Half aeolumn, t i t 8 00 12 00 W Milnmn. t I I I 14 00 " Just received at MOSSOPS'. GINGHAMS at Sonaation price MUSLINS DELAINES COBUHGS ALPACAS 1 do. 1 00 2 00 2 60 IS mo IT 00 10 00 It 00 14 00 SHAWLS 18 00! BON NETS at at at at Sensation Sensation Sensation Sensation prices price, pricos prices CHINTZ Till NTS GLOVES CRAVATS at at at at at at Sensation Sensation Sonsatien Sensation pnecs pi ices pricos prices at MOSSOPS' Sensation prices Sensation prices is on 'rv...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 November 1864

sua -v i! isg D. W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. 1835. j5 clccl tb. X) at frit. T' TIIU .MOTIIUK' IMMVI'.H. av arts. HULKS pirn. ; p "meek- aee'nU ""' Though the. ,e,kin,lMbr!gh. tbecheek- i 7,V An angel rhe teemed,, the lowly knU thtret O,0,,,r",'r,,er' , . , j It ikcd fcr theluveJ one net r choi or power, -or beaut,, that we a. the glow from the it I flower But virtue and enlus iifu deathlt.ni as fair i Kor these she w.i breathing a mother's piiro pray It 1. rt-na her child 1. .y on the ti,l. I of a life ever ehnnjjin with pamion nd pride TbooftU temptiition my luro him, It wblipsrs bt- wnrof And the hit thing to fade It a mother's dear prayer. - U aifiy not b (.lighted It ennnnt he vain V It will clinf; to its aiemory through plc.iure and pain . . Though hi. sky fro w Doth darkly, what 'v j Irum di'jpnirP Tli the thought of hi. borne, and bis mother'. lastprajer. It ha. breath.d a deep spell o'er the .onl la It. oinrn , A cbRrm from all evil,ly urinary worn...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 November 1864

V e d n 1 1 :i a y Jli iixi.Mi::':: .Yo ycmbrr W Another Attempt to Eetrny the Peoplo it. ia now evident that wc are to ln;vc a lejciition cf the "tniait triik" by which !; ho "itlel tirtt" was drawn upon .- ( at Fort Suuipter. TI.jI Rnoceeded most(i,nt, had our neighbor stopped be admiiably. IVople forgot that that same 'ilnjr" had often Ucen -fired" upon with - out up-lurnieg lOVioty, and setting every-j body eiaiy. They entirely foicot that j that sr.rre "Ikvi" bid been wontonly tired, upon t.v nl,l .Iiilm Hfowh" l ilt !i (w 1 yefifs before, aud that but very few peo pie, comparatively, seemed to feel vry j much Lcrt about it. or that Anything was I omg wrong, Uut when the stars ana atripesHerc assailed at Foit Sumter, every body Ml the wound, and there was a uni versal rush to arms. Not to"invdo," or "subjugate," or "exterminato" sovor eign States. (, no; nothing of tbo kind. . It was only to protect tko Capital, enforce tho laws, io. It would have been dan gerousyea, fatal to 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. — 30 November 1864

. 'flUi liLlPUULICAN. r - - - -. - -- it" so On ymrif p"'l ndrnnrt, " " if p"il fithin lh ynir, " ' nul paid vithin A yen', 1 75 unMDAY.::::::::::NovEMiiKK 80. 1864. ! ' ; " iverar WJ7.M: arrives at l'bi I i(bu rg nt jr,in leaves Philipeburg al i' anivesst Tyrtjhe at - 11 A.M. 6 W p'm . THE NEWS. '(I-- W'l.AKlMan ..'M il i"" 0"1"""" "riniyn is mil tnc f .... A r nnnAMl I J a . I . mlcrest. Military f quarter, aro unno- Atlanta with tho. iiiovomenU in other 1 Cl.A...,n.. Wfi iit-pu. ouci uiiii ivil At nnLi ivin m ' . v tft of his forces on the 15th inst. Sinco practised upon him, but did not leavo his hcn all Hint hns been heard from him party. Still assured by theso snmo lead ), been through rebel sourceg. The last crs that tho war was but a small afiair-a heard from Lim whs on the 13ih. whh!,,lrininj iob"and ihm u ni.i Lis advance, which left Albnitn nn fhJovrr i, rm:- k.:.lm , ; . 9lb. in front of Maoon. l.!ol. ,Jand ...;,.,..,.- ,on . .. fowled by a force or tho (io.gh militia, u...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 November 1864

.- ... j. NEW FIRM. WHIW. SHOWERS & OK All I 1 Summer Goods,: And Very Cheap ! ! KuYXTON, C1IOWEKS X 0 RAIT AM - suo- cesw.rs (u Boyntou A Showers -respectfully nuuountfl to the publiij thiil they are now opn- inj aa extensive aritirtaeut of . , s ii m m k it a o o d s ; At tho ('M stand in Graham's new builJine; which i they utter to (eU At nst'itushiugly low prices, couildeilng their cost lor cush or apprur- , id country produce. Their itock of j DRT J. f i f Q'ofth lent quality, all of which will be suij at V V V I' , CANNOT BE SURPASSED! Cv?!oiner con thtre CoJ CALICOES-WITH FAST COLOKJ MUSLINS: DELAINES! LAWNS CLOTHS ! CASSIMEPS! VESTINOS LAPIESfTAWL3 : GENTS' SHAWLS ! HATS i CATS ! tOOTS .1 SHOES '. OASFETS I OIL-CLOTHS ! OUR STOCK OF FANCYGOODS IS UN FXAMI'LF.D in stylb AND VARIETY, embracing notions : notions: notions Scfiria! llend-Xets ! .Ncck,Ties: Satcheli' l'ert Momi:;ics .' 15rusLtf ! riiotogrnpliio Albums I ?flPE5. TOBACCO 1 SEOAr.3 PE RF U M E H Y OF ALL KIN LS '...

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 December 1864

CWH f t U V ... 7 ' W. MOORE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI. WHOLE NO. U II H K H A t " ; , D or and in the The Anti-Abolition States Rights Socie-Anti-AboUtion State HiijhU Society. TilTn, tiT, SBPwCo!rt(ty I. founds dtatinoil, upon these prin- to the Democracy of the North: T eovereignty of the Statu, and the other ry societies la every town, county and The Presidential election of 18C4 ii over, uPnaey whit race. On these ' State, It proposes that there shall be a and the remit, while discouraging enough Ed , " haDg a11 the1aw ,nd lhe Pr- Cen,ral 8ocy in each State, and that to men of reHeotion and to patriots of all ? U Pemocracy' To renounce these each local society report to the State or- rarties, ii not especially so to the D.moc racy, because the principles of Democracy were, to no considerable degree, presented among the issues or the campaign. The party which took the field against Mr. Lincoln professed to be an. anti-Lincoln party. This was its speciality. As it went i...

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 December 1864

eT;c (SIcarficlyJltpublitH, I factory character. Jtebel accounts admit i that iSlierp'.iin'n cavulry hud reached tho Snvnrinnli nnd Aumi.slii railroad in thp vi cinity of Millen, u point some 40 railes south of Aujjur U nnd nbout SO north of Wkhnwday JMonsixu::::::lKC 7, 104. .nw.ftl of (tunmt.1 ('...... l. ,! I ' 1 !. Savannah, hut claim that they .ere met IIZZ und driven buck upon the main body, n limited portion of the territory thus ac- wiuctl wu iar iu iiiu iim-rior, .assuming i"" "igiiim.cn oy royal piociuniu theso reports to le correct, Sherman is j!0" under Ki.glisu laws. Id J7JS 1 the ikw .i.. . .....i. .i . ... ,1 rovince ol Canada was extended bv local was extended bv legal enuc uients. nnd under iln gpeed, without R'.tcmpting the capture or Hiority cr French laws, down the Ohio either Macon or Augusta, or any of the Kiver to in conlluonce wilh the Missisbip prominent towns. ! H.od jp this stream to its head. In . 1 1.J.J Canada was restricted to its present Bi:Tt.ttn in ...

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 December 1864

.n ft nrmmi ir i V -Kri iiL-rrrmr-r - r r .narti lytWiiiJ'.iv (, xou j. ',,,( ,. r.-.-.f.;,r, 3 00 ;;i"fi;1,9iaui''f'.'l''r.'nooth and tcauti IfTlfil'tirt rules lo w''y present vol. I will' .l. r... , ., . , n 1 . 1 . .. Aimrj and Ex r. aolicr., ccA, time., $2 iO Alitor.' no tier; eaeh, - . . 2 60 Cautioni and f.atrajs, each, 3 timrt, . 150' L.lu,io notice., each, 3 (.',. . . ! 00 ' r.....itnt .Uicrti.cm.nts. cr 10 . . line; r (i.i-3 times. ur lest. .. . . ' -v --11 f,n 60 For tuvh subsequent insertion, QjHtial adcsrtisinij, fur each square of 10 ) linn, or Ussi timet, or lu, J far each subsequent inrntiun, prvfcuional Card; 1 ytar, -local notices, per line, .. 60 I 60 60 5 co Obituary nutice; over i lines, per line, Year!) udi'trtisinj, 1 square, - . do do 2 do . 10 00 00 di do i do - . 14 00 Yearly advertising, column, - . $20 00 " " 4 us o " 1 - ' - . CO (10 Blanks, single quire, . . . . 2 iO da 3 quiiet, per quite, . . 2 00 do 6 qnires,per quire, - ' . ' 1 75 tiu - orer 6 quins,...

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 December 1864

TU1 WOUl' OUit MWIBT SO. Birofula and Scrofulous DIeaio. iV, .Tatary f. lettl-kM mnanl if Om- j forrf. Main. I I 6.TV0 sold largo qimntitlet nf your 8a wur -) 'LI t. but never yeiouu unuie wiw-n imwu ui iim .' tired eaVct and lull atlilnrtion to those who took u. At lust our ip.ilo try it, they agi-co there ha beca no iuidU-iu. like It belbr In our community." j2rup'!on, rimplos, Blotches, Pustules, Ul cers, Soreii and oil Pneuti of the Bkin. From Rev, H 'it. Straiten, ilritol, Enqlon.l. 1 oulv do mv duty to you iind the publie, wlien I aM icy testimony to tint you pulillnh of f the mo-1 f Irml virtues 01 vour rniisAr.mi.L. My dauch- I .. ton. had an nffllrtlnir humor In Imr ear, I a; ."nil 1 lirJr ltr veara. whlili w were unnMe to ur until no tried your 8aiis.vp.iiiu.a. bit lis btoii well .at ojic month"." From .V.-J. Jnne ff. M.f. i tc.7 1 riown unit murk tieiiifiJfcirfto,'it" '" t'uie Jfn Co., A'.. Hauler na uiicrvu lur year mnv wuu eruption, which wi very troublesome-. Scthtus a...

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 December 1864

f' f f mmwm D. W. MOOEE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI.- WHOLE i0, To t!t b'f.nrt and Uouuqf Representative! : ' Again the blessing of health and abun dant harvests claim our profoundest grat itude to Almighty God. The condition of our foreign atTaira is reasonably satis factory. Mexico continues to bo the the atre of cifil war. While our political re lation with that country have underuoue so change, we have at the same time strictly , maintained peulralit, between but., or Costa Kic. and icaraugua a vilO i UU1 BU m V v-M u ww v tUB l. .LUZ to make a survey of the rive uuu, and ice port or ban Juan. It is a source of much satisfaction that the difficulties which, for a moment, excited tome politi cal apprehensions, and caused a closing of the inner-oceanic transit route have been amicably adjusted, and that there is a good prospect that the route will soon be r-opened with an increase of capability, and adaptation. We would not exagger ate cither (ho commercial or the political...

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 December 1864

i.tii tit- ii while I remain in my present posi-' . Tho Message. , For the Clearfield RcpulUca'n. i 5mn,n, msT1'! ,0,rrac1l. r ni0l,'i The annual message of President Lin- LETTER FROH FBEJiCHVILLE. 1 o cuiancirnttou ptoelamuttou. nor . .f , ... ... I I icturn to slavery any person who is coin will lo found 61 length in our pros- liascnviUK, Ltc. "ih, 180-1. ' y the terms of tlist proclamation or cnt issue. Neatly nil of President Lin- vr. Editor Permit mo thrnurh ihe col v of the act of Congress Jf ihe poo- cotta inductions nio extraordinary ; and utmis of your journul to "show tin" aonie until t.w ii linl aii. tiinrlA er manna . . .... 1 tild, bv whatever mode or menns, ' it an Executive duty to re-enslave this cue U no exception, Th country ItEYOUTiorARr UiitisLu$. On Wed-', A UDlTOIt's KOTICt- UTlil ucdersliMin. RiWVri) TFT A Snmr. neaday lust a hatter by tlio name of H. O.' Auditor, appointed in open Court to dii- -rrr asttfii TviupnT.-r,,, ,7 " Taylor, of llt.ltimo.c, was arres...

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 December 1864

::JKOKMiir.ii 14, 10 J. . TllE REPUBLICAN. I. .VIt '-ur rrie mkiog ihe i 1 - l i infection. Pol tin. th. . .. ' . ' "MV r, uraiw. con- acnpUons, high taxes, and even our W ter business, all are in danger of being forgotten in the rag? for petroleum. Those who protend to know, allege that It.o l.j:...: . . . . c muiiuiioni ore Highly encourng 0f Subscription. AfivorlMn; Ri.J VVi'w, d - - $i on j i. if j;aJ .-" fe Jr-or, , J J. I. MORRIS & CO. . i flUf ,,.., tWi;..'nZ.-r, 3 00 uro mfc'7 encouraging, 3- r ci'x rum to vi ylg to tie prtt.cnt w. Bn t e bear of arrangements being tuado Uu paidorUt or UoreJrurt.mi. for tinking elli in various raits r,f Ihn r . . . . - J . iSViiirs' (i'c, cacA, - 2 60 pliant Eitmy; each, 3 (t'.ics, . 150 solution notier; evch, 3 (imc, . - 2 00 tjastt' AuVfli'srms.if., ;er editor. ' 10 I . t J.ncs, or Jess 3 time, or ten, 'or met .Imom.iiI incrrli'nti, Ir,'.! advertiting, for ene tqunre of 10 ) . int., or lent 3 timet, or J,, For cA .M&tY1"' iutarti-....

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 December 1864

li HFISIP- CO'DMECYOilY ;i OF HOLDING COURT. January,' I Si MonJuy la June, ilareh. 4tb Monday la bcpt. ' r, and continue two eeka If neceasary DISTRICT OFFICERS. PmniU l Linn. Bellefuiite. irfi'i Hon. J. D. Thorn jBoii,Curwensville Hon. .iiiuicK Bloom, Edward Ferka, D. F. Euweilor, Isaiah U, Barter, Icrael Test, C. krstzer, II. R. Wright, . cua.;.isiuiicr8, Thoa. Dougherty , Amoaliead, Conrad Baker, Charles Worrell, II- Woodward F. F. Couteret, J. W. Potter,' CD: Sundford, N'TV AND ilfc' on . nit. jmutiiry, : A Kcc. :u.t Att'y, : wyor. GREAT EXCITEMENT GLEN HOPE WAR, OB N,Q , TVTT-lir C-WYIT? A FRESH ARRIVAL OF jSlVtt blORli jSuMMEit Goods ! AND Auuitors, ForrMt, ' Clearfiold, Oten nope. Clearfield, do Ansonvil'e. N.Wash'gton PennfUld. LecunteeMill Clcarflald. T CARLISLE & GO, DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, L UMBER, . SUING LES,dC.,C. - rillLirSHL'Ht:, Centre county, leun'a.j THE LARGEST SELECTED Have received and nro just opening the largest assortment o...

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 December 1864

. m . " 11 ! - SV'V '''' V 1 7 l"n ik -fax ... M4 " l.JT i J .J : .11 'Jt f .:. D. W. MOOBE, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXVI.-WIIOLE NO. THE NEXT DRAFT JUtrospect Concerning Me Men Called for in 1804-1,200,000 Men tolled or nee Feb- rvaru 1 What hut beme of Them', A nqlblican ViLothTFaCUr w v (ne .uacr. From the Commercial Advertir, Dca 13 . . i.i ... , . AllOOUSn IhSI noiinlr mm hhimI ,'..U U. T .nn n .1.-. :n.: .Solicitor Whiting, and by .riM. other official outeivinea just previous lo the presidential election, that the last draft had been auccessful, and that the govern- llient had oLtaind all tha man nnH Atron uienv iu oiuiioeu au me men, ana evon more iimo waa. iieeaea, to capture Hicb- in mil. i n a. liih rRi man rAmmti am a - tlie entire South, and endl the rebellion. w - vvuiuiuuivniiuii vi ytt reared Lnd the result of the election been announced, when the provost-tnar-ahal general issued orders for a revision and correction of the enrollment in all the Stales ; and from ...

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