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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 January 1866

;c tflnifitlj Jirpullican, i inn ii l. i hi m mmm m ' I X0 S 'v T-Ulwli the attention el our people ff 7, J. ' N ! generally, ami almost as t (Toc lunlly, Vj )JL -rr """'V tlo Into war li.l, while in progress. --t -5 T,' KM,,j-1 l-oini,' far more pleasant : - ' rv for reflection, eccms also moro likely (ir.oitiiK li.Gooiii.ANin-.it, Editor. Wednesday Mou.NiMi::::Jan. i), ISOli. DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. rii . 1 . t 1... I., i i ii ft r rum I K fill M' i : , ill' i: it' I'liiui 1y Convention, to act as a Democratic .tern business mcn.liiai me gi eai com Standing Committee, of Clearfield mereial interests of tho w hole country county for 1n(, are requested to as- Bcnible nt the ollice of the Secretary on Tuesday evening Cor.rt wed; the lUh of January next. The follow ing named Gentlemen compose that Committee, viz : Win. 11. Dickenson, Poccnria ; Win. T Thorp.lMl; JohnMcIiityrc.lSloom; Poland C. Faust, Hoggs ; Thos. IJiley. Dradford; Jesse Lines, l'.rady ; Daniel (iornian, Uurnside; Antho...

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 January 1866

Jan. - - - - - . I Smith's CohllU'.l. A FJiliMiJia lunitv to Fonire 0 ""Ootid lit CObu low weeks oi ly. TuvtmnAi. .Mn.Tixu. The An- meet msr, ol ttic l leariiviti to., ultural Society, w ill lie held in the . t House, in 1 leartieM, on .Yloml.ty rig, the Mh ilay of January, A. )., , lor tbepurpose of electing OlH Ar the ensuing year. Jt ih to he X that a general attendance of bers will be present on the occa that ono and all may be satisfied the selection of oflieers then i. And all who are in any wr ested in the cause of Agriculture, .wdially invited lo attend. ( order of the Kx. Commit to, ' .t 1ve." T V liiiiMV u.., '.. . 4 ' J'. -A J. X - JUM l.tf tJl v ' ."Ve call the attention, of the r ia tho etrd nfonr vnnn.r friend "' C, 10 lUO taiU Ol our Ollllg II ltllU ake Walters, late of Tort MifUin, iothcr column Xo man of his in the county, is better qualified 'scbargc tho duties ho aumes )bt, jirorapt and energetic. learn that lion. Abraham Wright, & co., hare purchased of a. K....

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 January 1866

JU J ' J u '!1 .' W'-A. t'' , t.:. ... &evi.rfT -j if"'. '.'w lWn'y &4 rr. -, S -,, tit b " i - i t; i t:- ' 3; t:f Tia iT nut a r.'j 1. B!rT.U-n-!D. Sr4 cy litis. AirrrijOef.t ant ia Ur.rt tip.;. r Wiii :.', rti: af f.lia try 1 - ci..-; 4 4tVi Ui u ... asti:. 4MU, .aJ'.' ' Iif. Ce 2 .;.""!., Jr fxw, via 4 TtiA. ii. tip Jt-ntvf TUK, JEcW.ii.. i ai t , Ei. - m. " 1 aft-, r. tr fr i -.- . Z-i, ci r '' ... ' -. i- t ; e.i l li 1 5u :'! JOtw SScXataaa : i: swjcrtuai: rasa J5?Tl aiT rue f i ni-i atwa j ta i4fi ftitma : is ii ti '.iCt ; av-jrUi.. - ti. i.V i-iE, it C, Pafr I it .' '! "'- ; '.'. 5. J. i-- CLrjLT.riLLP co. Li;;E7Tcn J4 Kaitj ta i,ito-t. t 34 V :a s-iy Jxc, SI limdtj mi it.r:. ; tu. Ii anuy ia Stye ti eau. ycar.aiia twa.u r axsaarj. Trf i Jirf 5ra-tU-o. T-.r.-:. liia- Itaus tjtna!, F-:rwt. Eb-nS, J " A- liast OariiLi, fruitoMitcrj. C F. L"rr "j.er. BfX.it EvW. lKtl..t i. S-l-Tf, " IiBCrca Any, K. K. J4:i;uji TBtTrr. C. :r, " C. SittTtyiT. JT. E. Tci;hi. Can E-t. Ctm ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 January 1866

IR iwinr nr Oil 'it i y G. B GOODLAKDER, Editor and Proprietor. - VOL. XXXVIII. WHOLE NO 1331. TKSIsi OF Tim RCPL'RI.ICAN. TbtBspciLicm U pnbHtfacd every WtdneiJay, BY GEO. W. SNYDElt, A Co., tS2.f0rrmiumiadraoeo. if puid within ix Mi,in,-,.r4.0-.,".d if.ro,ifAnDult!lf,e.r th',"' i intion of sa mornlm. JJ,( 0 will be cbarjrtd. oppd;onuLued,uuiUrrcragfiirepid. f 1 j.. SPEECH or EDGAR COWAN. HON. Selivcred in the United States Senate, " ? the 2st of December 180.), 11 re- plytotke'-negro speech of Senator Suinnrr Mr. CO WAX Mr. President, I am not disposed to allow the neech of the honorable Senator from Massa chusetts Mr. Si mm:k, to go to the country without a very brief reply. If that speech be true, and if it be f folly; then all the blood and treasure; I which we have expended in that war - in order to restore ourselves to com-! panionship with the people of the i South have been equally fellies. But, Mr. President, is it true Or is not s this a series of ex )arte statements , mu...

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 January 1866

tor Council. h'nh wss agreed to. J The mend ov oj thot oinniittee w re , then awon. in. Th committee ns elected a n-i Llielt !" a moonless midnight, lut the J ubstitution i f Mr Montgomery ; for! Mr Cot !,t l!-wh 'fO modcs'y picvt nttd, him f.cm renirgon n committee made, up cf two nntgado riosti, and Mr- row B. Low ry, has imparted some light upon tl'o subject. This cc-m-j milteoH to investigate the contest t.e-t twaen Duncan. l'cmocrnt vs McCon- Mr rHiiicaii was . - - . . I lUriMiv ITon. m. M. Mere-iitn, Attorney Cienc;:d. U aVidc! that jtho Uxk held by National Banks, in !vU., fn KtMf nnrrOSC. ltd UI0) ll.n'iv ivi i. ... i - - j f KKWI ITEMS WUn ITMTORUt. Totem. t.ncrnl Grant will anmake a trip to New Oilcans. Scrrctnry bunion fi lend in h. Hm nfS v:,vrrv wn n -Hi 6bt tfltarfitfo rpub!icnn. . i .. 1 1 ":iL lla thia decision tl.o State Troruurcr,ciul t (k,'v hnUl0 jHg(,iguwtof iho I lire SiJ Iircitifntiom 1 : KoiTon Km pi h av : i 7V,tr iSVr Somo tims during: the incipient Hsge of...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 January 1866

m "OlcarfifU ttfpuMtraa :::::: JAN. 1 1JCK. .Notice "to Jt uens. We uro reqnef 1eJ ly Sheriff Frust, to state that per sons summoned a3 Jurors for next week; that thev need not attend. '? Col KT. The regular term of our court commenced on Monday last. No fcusines was dono until Tuesday ; morning, wlier. it opened with a full tench, and nil seem disposed to do a full weeks work. The now incumbent, , Jndgo Foley, seems to bo qualified for his position by talent, ago, appearance and disposition, and is likely to under go the wear and tear of the position without much injury to his health. . 'The bkst of tiik Monthlies. The Lady's Friend devoted to itmhion and litoraturo. Beautiful fteel engraviugs. c i .1 1.1 . . - . i ,...! .,,!. plates. The latest l'al terns of Drosses, Clonks, 'Bonnets, Embroidery. &c. IlonseiioldRcccipts.MusicAc.1 Wheel er k Wilson's Sewing Machines given as rremiums. Single copies Z2,b0 per 'year, two years $4,00 eight copies(and one gratis) $10,00. Send 15 ce...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 January 1866

Srtmner'i Attack Upon Grant. What Ceiiernl Loe failo.l (o th, Mr. Charles 811 inner, fr MuhsiuIium-Uh. lias undertaken to nt cornplii-b. Thci American iieoj)k wlii Mi'-ve. tlmt tho Keiiuluic owea Bumc-thing to the soMier who led our armies to lihnl victory over the rebellion, will bo edi fied by tho modesty of tho Mnesndiu ectts Senator who yesterday assailed, scrap-book in band, the honor aud veracity of Ulysses S. lirtmt 1 General Cirant has seen tho South. Mr. Charles Sumner never baa ven tured beyond the lino of our national bavonets arrayed for Avar. General Grant deflated tho gallant armies which, for four kng years, bold at bay the whole power of tho Union, llr. Charles Sumner was ignominious ly thrashed with a cano by ft South Carolina representative, long since dead and turned to dust. Tho hero of a hundred fights re commcudd that the Southern people bo entrusted with tho control of their own aflairfl. The victim of Mr. Pres ton Brooks, writhing still with an im potent lust...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 January 1866

1 urtrmr ! ii vy Ay Ay Ay AyAy GOODLANDBR. Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not KEJT. TERMS :-$2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advanco yWAy Ay OL. XXXVIII. WHOLE NO 1832 CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 18GG. NEW SERIES VOI VI. NO. 2C. per annum In advance. If pnlfl within six $2,40; and if not paid until after tbe ex m of ix moutVu. 93,00 will be charged.--per difouLtinuod 'till all arrearage! r paid. i ATE TREASURER'S REPORT. EW OF OUR FtXAXCES-1 AX ON NATIONAL BANKS, RAIL ROADS. Ac. he Senate and House of Xprmn fives of the Commonwealth of Penn flvania. tENTLEMEN : In presenting this an il report, the Stato Treasurer con tulutes thcpeoplo of Pennsylvania, ough their representatives, upon . prosperous condition of (ho finan- i of the Uommonweaun. 11 biimuiu a source of pride to every Pcnn lvanian to learn that, notwithstand g tho extraordinary expenditures which we have hecu subjected d ti ns the last live years, in consequence ftlie rebellion, reaching the large mount of $4,028,...

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 January 1866

SHIS ( t 'VAyAy . B GOODLAHLER. Editor and Proprietor, i VOL. XXXVIII. WiiOLE NO 1892. PRINCIPLES, sot KZH". TERMS :-$2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advance CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 18GG. NEW SERIES-VOL. VI. NO. 2G, X IB ftiit nr j- TERMS OF THE REFCni.ICAN. TTha Rrri'aucia it publifhed eyery Wadnetdajr, I . BY GEO. W. SNYDER, k CO., s at $ 0 periDDDm to advance. If p1 within tix toiomhi $2,50; and if not paid until lifter tbe ex piration of tix monttn. $3,00 will be charged. No paper dtecoDtinoed 'till all arrearagea are paid. STATE TREASURER S REPORT. A VIEW OF OUR Fl.VAXCES-1 AXON NATIONAL BANKS, RAIL ROADS. 4c. .To the Senate and JFijuae of Kprcsen I tatives of the Commonwealth of Penn- tylvanin. Gk.vtlemen : In presenting this an imal rejvort, tlie State Treasurer con gratulates thceoile of Pennsylvania, through their representatives, upon the prosperous condition of the finan ces of the Commonwealth. It should be a source of pride to every Penn ylvanian to learn that, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 January 1866

I i t I i ! 1 . I i ) gfa tJIrarficfo Republican, t til llll I -'HHI I A Max pfTaiii. Mr. Wilson, nn Abolition member of Congress from ;Iown, declared in his speech iiwthat I .1 .1 1 il ..4 int.. I Cnu.yZ.'sC)W nooy, me otner uay, mui -ino guuu - Syvs9?.. nnnio of tho nation requires, tlint the of ia'A.;-f4417'AVV f JvVV .law. to lie missed t-v this bodv. bo (fl JUV Vj . ."-n;": I such a character thiit no person can gOT'VWKf-- tell from tho reading of fhem, wh.it S .r'v.!- WWi iV.7 B ' !! U Ktnmnoil iiimhi tlia faces of the Tr: .'i V' I 1 I . I Or.oKGt H. (Jooni-ASDtR, Editor. citizens of the United States Abolitionists could bo arrange the law, thnt tho color of the negro could Wednesday Moitxisn:.::Jan.l7, lSCG.o hid, wo presume they would then -a--j.u.-m." BWCttr that everybody was white, Mr. NEWS ITEMS. Wilson still further eulogises the dar- WITU EDITORIAL TOUCDM. key . nhen) j, ,)0l ft tlrop of trcaB0U. Alabama lost forty thousand n"" nlio blood flows under u blaeU skin." jn ...

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 January 1866

.--trr n " " " ' 1 ' - , , , . i. ... 4.-j jiown, declared in m ppreiii umom. body, the other day, that "the pood 1 nniiio of tho nation requires, thnt the :iaw to be passed by thin body, bo ;f ! such a character that no person can tell from tho reading of fhein, what color is stamped upon the faces of the 'citizens of the United States." Jf the r i Abolitlonibta could bo arrange, the law, that the color of tho negro could Weokepay MoRNixo::::Jan.l7, 18CG. be hid, wo presume they would then t ...... i . . i i ...!.: M M jSwcar mai evcryoou- was wuue. .mi. renmvhaiik Lfriilatsre. ! Thin body in Hill busily engaged In THE XXXIX C0NGM.SS. Washington, January 0 WAMMNuroN. Jan. 10 SurtATt Mr. Wiln, of Massaclm- of Ways a ri, It was molted thnt tL Commlu J uul Means bo InRtnictMl i i " - ...i " J . . ..i. ir..i . I .Tii ii il . i- doim nothing. Tbo Governor is Hill Rknatr- Mr Sumner presented tho rV ; L7 w 77 r "jwuoncj oi remit in Cuba and it seems as though tho Potion of clerk in tho St...

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 January 1866

t, :Jan. 17, 1900. DEMOCRATIC MEETING, j AocorJiug to previous notice, tho Democracy of Clem-field county, as- enabled in tho Court IIoubc, on Tueu- 1 It All day evening tho 0th inst.. for the pur pose oi electing ueiegaies to ino ap. m , 1 . . . 1 croftcLiuff fctato Convention, 'lho, proaching meeting was callod to order, by the Chairman of the county Committee and its object being stated by tho Secretary, after which Mr. Etzweiler offered the following: Wednbpdat,: Jtesolvcd, That John M.Cummines, sun, and woman's work is never dono.1,, . ,",. r b,,, 1;, 1 ' , 1 . , , 1 11 .T , , . . , tins paragraph, ns lL attracts but iit iq., be, and he is hereby declared, jar-Nonsense to bolt a door with' , !, 1 ' ,. . Esq tho choice of Clearfield county, for Jtepresontativo delegato to tho State i . Convention ; that ho is hereby vested with tho power of substitution, and is authorized to nauio his conferees to' moot those of Elk and Forest counties, If a conference becomos necessary. A erran...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 January 1866

etel,Llar5fIbJfpblitan." 12 UJ U2. X 653 s Hates of iibrlptl'ri. Jobbing jr.,l.-.'nl.V. .' mlraure. AnertlIu? end m Y tim'nl villi '.r awe'", 3 10 ij not pant "! virr.j.i- S 00 Admn' Odd AVrV ofVes, mc, limr; 12 Z 1 - I Auditort' koIiVm, em, Cotillons and Etlray; for, 3 times, IMuolution matin; turh, it tint; Transitu! Adrtrtitment; per square n 10 line; r ffM S It'wt.or , 1 SO 0 Fur eae mIcuii-iiI iirrtioa, Pici'dl anVerfi'.iM, t earh sonar nf 10 1 fines, or Imtr-S !, or cm, J For enrh tubttqnent ineertiv, Proettional Card; year, .oral noliifJ, per Hue, -f.i'(iinry notices, owf 5 liW. per Jiwr, I 60 f0 . 5 AO 15 . 10 8 00 12 on 1 oo $20 00 r.5 oo 60 00 Yearly adrertwng, I , o o 2 rfo do rfn S io . Yearly udctttUiny, i culitmn, u 44 II 1 " The sbovo ratei spply 0,l,T ,0 sdvertieemonts set op plain. Advertisements set in large type, tr with cuts, or out of pUio stylo, will bo charg ed double too above rate for space. Wank; tinple qnii; da 8 oit, per jir, do 6 ; iitrea, jiergm're, do ...

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 January 1866

D wn "T It B GOODLANDER. Editor and Proprietor. F&IKCIFI.ES, tot ME5. TEEMS :-$2 00 For Annum. If paid in advance VOL. XXXVIII. WHOLE NO. 1893. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21-, 1866. NEW SERIES-VOL. VI. NO. 27. TEHMS OK THE KKPUHMCAN, RircucAiHirWiilod every Weaneiday, BY GEO. W. SNYDER, & CO., ,(I0 peraonam in advance. If paid within tlx , oibi 12,40; and if not paid notu after the ex- tionof six monthi. $3,00 win be otarged.-. ' . PM.cdi.oontmu.d'tU. .11 arrearage, are paid. ' THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. The report of Major General llow 3, tlto Commissioner in charge of o xreedmen s .bureau, which was nt to Congress with the special mes ;e of the President on tho subject, . reconstruction, calls for un nppro nation of 511,745,950 (nearly twelve Zillions) for the expenses of the next ear. Of this amount $4,100,250 is squired for commissar' stores $4,750, J00 for clothing, 83,000,000 for sites "or schoolbouses and as3lum3, and J230.O0O for salaries of assistant com missaries ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 January 1866

V d'mmiMcd from tha academy, and races x an admission foe laeharg that no ct) filmll l appointed its ft ed, and tio A tux of five per cent on cadet in the -NftTftl or Military Acade- the groas receipts taken by the pro- my or tho l intra Mates who man pnetors at an sucn races. I lift have rendered aid or ftPKi;tancoto said rebellion. On motion of Mr Darling, it was 7iniftvf, That tbo Committeo on g j 'm . i m .' """i" -- 11,11 ''" 1 1 A Rail RaaA Bationtt. I Tn Nmiws Cosorem. The ISun The firat episode, and that of ft sub- ,ev,r 6,one on ft greater act of acamps, tmilifll ilinrnrtrr toot tlmt has yet thnn Hiora now rnntrollitiir the frair- Mr lliR'by,if Cftlil'omlft.tnijulrcdln (rRnll,jroa n 0r mi,st Blnce the ment of tbo American Congress. No . . - J ....!.. . I I KAft lll I of husband, murdered while in the' service of hit country HEWS ITEM I. WITH EDITORIAL OConi. ThePhoddy State. Convention m, in imrnwuurg un tin oi March batjmpcrth. nrt tf cxcltcincnt liroke out in Infant natio...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 January 1866

r itnitffltU MfMitMlfntt " ...... TxONltsnAT,::::::::::::;:: JAN. 24, I8G0 - r SrThose wishing to procure, copy 'tbo Democratic Almanac fori SCO, .valuablo publication, can do so by.fofj Ulinir at tho Drug Store of C. D. Vatson. WETTho8e Hotel keepers, to whom j jicense was granted at tho last term ,f Court, will pleaso recollect, that . . 1 , ' in le83 they are lifted Within thirty 'ays, such Licenso will be forfeited. A Armistice Called For. Salt Lick, January 15, 1860. Mr. Editor: The time has arrived n my opinion, that an effort should ie made to 6a ve the further waste of aper between "Querist," of the Jour ml, and your correspondent. I there ore ask for an armistico with tho foll owing conditions : That pending the aegotiations for peace that "Q uerisf Jismiss Irom his staff the two law offl eers of Karthaus, (one of tlicm fre quently figures at Democratic mass meetings, and made at one time a war march to llamsburg, and in conse at t quence puDiisnea a peace card,) the gradua...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 January 1866

Sit " IrarEfft LrpnHican I ULLULI1 Rate of fnWrl.tlor. AevertUdtig and JohMtig. I Ut'ijUfwi, ?'. - - tr0 if tmjid iii!n t!x moHl, 3 40 tY k wiirf ottr the Jju". ratiuft 0 six esusilaf, S CO AJaarV and ZVre" notiett, tat, 6 tii, Auditor' aoftrts, tach, ... iVoli'ont mid .'(rcjt, oc, S times, Kaaufur.oii NOflYrs. 3 ll't'lf. ' T2 2 1 . 2 00 7mmii jtiltvrtttrinriifs. Pfr Mm- 0 10 1 , , I lint; or lri 3 fi'wrs.or est, J For tack teHM( insertion, .inj adtrrtirinj, for tach tqwrt of 10 J ;, or in J limn, or It, Far tack tubttqutnl inttrtion, Pnfnrional Carilt, 1 year, - Hooal mtite. per lint, I to 60 50 to - 8 00 15 . 10 8 00 12 00 IS (0 20 00 S5 00 CO 00 Ucitiiary nod on, orrr 0 tines, pr (ie, Ytarl, ud frilling, 1 tquart, fo da 2 10 - - oto do t do " Ttarl, adttititiuy, i tvlum, - 1 m . . u 1 " The above rttet apply only to advtrtlsemcntt set np plain. Advertise menu act in Urge type, ir with eutf, oront of plain style, will be cbnrg- 4 double the above rates tor space, Blankt, tingle qu...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 January 1866

Baa CM .H'.IV? .... xHVftTim ' L r AX Ay ! O. B GOODLAHDER. Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERU3:-52 00 Per Annum, if paid in advaact VOL. XXXV II I. WHOLE NO. 1804. CLEARFIELD, PAn WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31,1866. NEW SERIES VOL. VI. NO. 23. TERMS OF THE REPll.rCAK. "TV P.irciLiCAS li published Try Wednaida-r, BT GEO. W. SNYDER, 4 CO., ( t f S.fO per anonm in advaoca. If paM within ii J 4 tgoDtbi $2,J0; and If not paid until after the li ! viration of iix month. 3.00 will ba cbtrnd.- i Ma paper discontinued 'till all arrearage paid. VALUABLE EISTOEICAL RECORD The following is a list of the Presi-f-dent3 and Vice Presidents of the Uni ted States, as well as those w ho hnvc "been candidates for those offices, 6ince ttb organization of the Government: 17S8 George Washington and John Aflnms, no opposition. 1790 John Adams, opposed by Thomas Jefferson, who, having the highest electoral vote, became Vice President. 1800 Thomas Jefferson jtnd Aaron Burr, defeating John Adams and C. C...

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 January 1866

y ;. ;'' ' -i h K V appeared III IliO .'el' full ISISl Mil, Mil- T jCA' Vii -V... v'r'tin-'tJintn.m.rfportiiiff drafted men wl L '--''V :-'f "-"'VT :o,,u''1 not voto ; J ml ire King, ofCham- Jvx , r.jVr'yiV-ui-- ;i",,'',.ir. 5 ,,MS0 lri,'d l,t'fo,' tV-?rVA'- i V r ilimi. decides that thov cnn. Gkoiuig Ii.Go.hi.axiup, Editor. Wepnvspay MonNiX(i::::.lan. ol. Is'G'i. Congress. This heretofore high nnl honorable body, has been turned into a mere cabal, tho members dvoting all their time nnd energies in farthering their own projects, and that of tho negro race, to the exclusion of everything Constitutional, or in tho interests of their constituents. Wc have heretofore published the proceedings of this fragmentary and fanatical body, at considerable length, to show our readers how far men could depart from their legitimato duties, and for tho purpose of instituting n comparison between the present mem bership, and those that held seats in that body during the palmy days of Democracy ,pcac...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 January 1866

A n She "c:ir;ufictit yfpuMtran." ' WlPNKSHAY,: :::;:Jan. r pIIa,, W V WlllllCC of the ttifJlOn. . 1 r j I II Senate, una J'r. Early, of tho Jlortr-o, will tilc.'ISO ilTO'lit OUT thank lor vul- Ci2i-Eead tin' extract taken from a speech lliado in Congress, by II oil. 1). V. Voorhees, on tho "death of li-co jOVtniinent, on our first page. CrCol. ("looi-fjo A. Woodward, Son Of JudO oudward, Ikis lit i'li msmii- . i . . , i I l.l , Ca 10 1110 COUlinuiKl 01 UIO UC larilllCIll ol Ulno. Dead. lion. Jolm G. Davis, of In diana, died nt.liis rcsidunco in Park count', in that State, on tho lS'.l: inst., in tho G7th 3ear of i.is n-o- Mr. Da vis had Clled the Ofliee of Sheriff, Clerk of tho Courtd, and represented Ids dis trict in Congress from l!o2 to It-'Od. ISenator Cowan, Btated in Lis iHeat tho other duj-, that the Aholition ists, Lad presented in that body OVCr SCVrntl nmendmcnts tO the Coil-jing HttlTm nf lhn TTnitodStntot. -ill Ino'rJ - j ing to the intercHt of tho negro, but not crtt f...

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