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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1866

cviD If If ft HI )cstQ AW "elm, nd eo- B- GOODLAKDEE, Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not HEJT. TERMS :-$2 00 Ter Annum, if paid ia advanco VOL. XXXIII. WHOLE NO. 1919. CLEARFIELD, rA, WEDNESDAY, 5 ULY 25, 18GG. NEW SERIi: S VOL. VII. NO. 2. .www most mt - i jates of Subscription, Advertising and Jobbing. ilitrid'ion, in advance, - - .$2 0 V if paid within tixmontht, 2 80 ;:' if not paid until aftrr theexpl-' fativn of fix month; inri and rV' notice; oae, t limn, ladiforV noticn, eicA, -taufi'ees and Ettrayt, tack, 3 time; Hisolnliuii notice; each, 3 lime. fl 0 - 1 00 "ramicnt Adrtrtitementt, per equart of 10 J line; r leu S time; or leu, J For each tubtequent insertion, 1 60 to X 89 60 Heial adiertiiing, for each tquart of 10 1 -Wiim, vi ier-"3 ti ipj, sff Ut; For each tubtequent insertion, e(,ftnional Cardt, 1 year, i ttal noticet, per line, ' - fkitnaru Rafi're, ovr 6 tin, per line, fearlj advertising, I tynarc, ? d di) 2 do . ' do do ' 8 do . , , fearlf advertising, 1 column,...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1866

hc gqiuMitan. v WEbstBDAY HoaNiNO:::July 25, 18CC. Democratic State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR HIESTER CLYMER, Of Berks county. Democratic County Ticket. for ASSEMBLY, T. J. McCULLOUGH, of Clearfield (iabjaet th action or th District eonrautieu.) FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES, JACOB WILUFXM, of Graham. lAilUEL CLYDE, of Lawrence. FOR COMMISSIONER, HENRT STONE, of Clearfield. TOR AUDITOR, JOHN A. L. FLEGAL, of GoBhen. The IVfo. "We publish on our first page this wek Another Veto Meosago from President Johnson. The dis-union party seems to hare great attachment for bureaus, especially this negro con cern, which they have now passed over the President's Veto. This new Negro Bureau bill is gotten up for the purpose of furnishing electioneering funds for the Eadicals. It is the in tention to plunder the Treasury of millions of dollars, ostensibly to feed nd cloth the negroes, but the real purpose is to collect a large corrup tion fund to use in carrying elections. These Negro Bureau bills are the chann...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1866

'fa' '7U drJ "aary J at f j ! ' tot. 'rial, ri i Ptioo , "ion, York. 3? J tW i It It! imenti,! 7 0ii.' airi. J, IphU. THE u ami : out ) btd i cm edo lraci j u all I tht :y. It pd OBI til, ent M rot tr. tot ; u ia- ti ted tli red h, "7 to lit He (Itarftft Btpnbfiwir, S : pnksday,:::; :July23, 1800. TnTnTTZThTiiounty nur - 1. That the authorities men - ,,ed in the act, to which this is a -plcment, and the several supple - Ms thereto, are nercoy auuionzcu lev) and collect a per capita tax, t exceeding twenty dollars each, on persons liable to military duty, i upon all able-bodied malo taxable abitants, not liable to military duty, ween the ages of twenty-one and forty t years: Provided further, That n-commissionea orncers ana pri tes, now in actual Bervico of the lited States, or this State, and per ns who have been honorably dis arged from such service, who were rmanently disabled in said service, all ho exempt from the per capita s, herein specified, and the property widows, and mino...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1866

A PHAYl'.n 1011 PlViCU. ! it n. clay rusts.. The war Is part, lik a horrid dream, i Hut leave In crimson (dim ; Tho wound ba closed with a ghal!y war, And the tirvi Bt ill remain. Ftill o'r thi lovely Eden land The serpent trail i teen j T'ic vtitiit of blood will not fade out While a million grave arc groin 1 The deadly feed of mortal bate Are (ralti-rcd for and rear ; Our vrry-llihlet tnel of blood ' V Chri.t I Thou'rt wanted horo 1 to! tome are maddened wilb revenge, And some grow dark with doubt ; Come down, oh llltned Son of Uod, Aud drive tho demon out I Ye Christian men, and women Wo, Who worship one true Clod, Can ye not walk apnin in pence The path your futher trod? Whv hate ye o your brother man, While all must pardon crave, When lummoDed by the angel death To the land beyond tho grave 1 Ah, Vfhen we cant aside the veil, And turn our eye within, Can we presume the (tone to throw, Or judge a brother' ein T Why should we still "diminution deal On each we judge our foe t" Wha...

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 August 1866

J ONI '"In, -law- 'font P- I B- GOODLANDER. Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS :-$2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advanct 1 OL. XXX11L WHOLE NO. 1920. CLEARFIELD, PA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1866. NEW SERIES-VOL. VII. NO. 3. AJ ( IT If V an ?Iothi to iOB, us.,) ' ent oli 5hirti, ndkn. of ,1 JY CLin U of ; and 68 bf t fsr . eel- 1X5 All A a IOC. ield, id. res, ual- 1 lort iaid act, i I r H of Subscription. Advertising- and jobbing. triftion, in advance, - $2 09 if paid within tix rnonfAs, 2 60 y not pai a until ajter the expi. ratiunof tix month), 1 00 Iri' end AVe' nofi'cu, taeK, t timet, $2 40 tn' ith'c,ac, ... 2 60 Worn and Ettrayt, tach, S tint, . 1 60 di,Iio notices, taek, 3 ftm, . - 2 00 wi'Mt Arfrrrsefnf, er syuars e 10 . ... hurt, or J timet, or io, J i "or suiseoueiir intertion, - 60 ei'ni adcertiting, for tack tqaort of 10 ) , sfl git lnN, or fee 3 timet, or leu, I ;. for taek tubttqutnt intertion, - 60 ,tuional Cardt, 1 year, - . -6 00 mlnotiett.ptrUnt, - IS jvitry n...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 August 1866

IIKCI (KI " ' 'f the labor of the while twin ni.-int .Wrtrr h ii rfMW on 1H.11 1.1. M '"', ., ... . r ., .....i I.-..' ,.. ) .IJmluliitf . TVaHiifM. WI.U "I MI'J IICl'II". I'lHM I'llMl MII aim, nro you willing to nnl us in their, att ASTOlMUMi Read! Read I Read I .i iniin: .ti.iws- sol ium the ,1(hntK(on ttf Trntu wc. The Idlowing nu. triage wni meived . - ..1 "r CfeVJvV 'The Negro Proscribed and the White flWiC I Man Elevatd! X: Az;$y: I The While Man's Labor Protected against I the Labor of the Necro. ittaintnciit by Iho'devolion of voun ''y the House of Keprcsentstives yes .ncigics to th' labor allotted to you, 1 onlay L'lili uU.from tl.o l'resident i Hid ly tilt'ice, vbedioaramiviijilaneeA" How of Hirfsentatives : a.y' - ...v (irmiiiK 15. Gooni.AMd-it, Kditor. Wtiisr.wiiAY loii.Ni.Ni.::.:Aug. 1, 100. Democratic State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR HI ESTER CLYMER, Of Bcrkt county. Democratic County Ticket. FOB ASSE.VBLT, T. J MeCULLOUGH, of Clearfield. . tfohieat to the action of the Putr...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 August 1866

r "f A Ih. 1 Loor, unl.. B iCc. ''"in i '"tor of 1 dutiti f A of W, ul Iiict. 7 ternij iff ... 'amege, i'lai; "mod rILtR, l ,1 rm, not. r CUtenj iDr.Vn and I !!. j iwa, I I'leaific 7 ten it. eoten TXO, laintir, red i e.fi 'n.tt. notar.j '1 an l thci at ti-j T an: Tri:D ranc her, ti.vu e.'i no. r the . 'frti j a(; J- the t t. fin. r.tei i(W tbi :ri tti iw; U.I f CleJ ft lie (Tlcarfitft $f publican. tfrpNEsnAY.i: :::Aiig. 1, 18C.C. tobbin's Domestic Bible, i.KTAISS TOO Superior Worn! Engravings, ,W executed PTEKL MAP.", numerous itu- readinj!', rspositions or each chapter ..t.i!nlc k 0 I In roil' - -- rrtnci, . 1 iiv titA nn iprniiiiiuui uv cmuiuvu t,';td work. - admiral,,; id.plrd torMlopmai.iami. .ai.aoaDoa c!iooi. " ,,V ... fls or rretu r tnnrcn, t iirug a. 1 ' I I). S. MOXKOE, Tantor M. K. Chorrh, OurwonnTlll. v i lilTHrHPiriii Paitor Presb'y cburch, Aneonvii'io. ,TAeory my V,e examined and ordera lea 4t Dr. HiH Clfirfield. aul-St .TT .. Camp Meeling. . camp meeting, "H'l" the Mfp...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 August 1866

Cliild-Whipping in tho North. "A pnrilatiloal rWcTinsn r the name "f I.lmU liv, at Medina, Nrw ork, Imt wn-k lilpcd his little eon, two years of age, to dclh, tfcause th ' Infant wnuU or could tit mi tii pravers. Ve ill venture the rrmwk that be was one of tli !rlows ho was lor banging everybody who op j niicit I lit ar. Cvlumlut tVi'tie. Wc have taken a little pains to find cut. tho utilities of this reverend mur- derer, and can assure our coteniponivy that nil it imagines is perfectly true. Lindblev is nn austere, opinionated and bigoted religionist, who does not j think it pOHSiblo lor any ono to timer from him and bo honeet. no nas been one of the loudest yelpcrs in his section about whipping negroes down South, and never could find language suilicienlly strong to express ins uu nuueiations of "slaveholders." When tho war broke out he become ono of the most blood-thirsty of tho "Blood hounds of Zion" and hurled every ep ithet ho could command upon the "Cfconerhcads" and all who ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 8 August 1866

s4 l rv id II VI r j Geo- B- GOODLAHJJJsli, JSOitor ami Proprietor. PIlIffCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS: $2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advance !s S VOL. XXXIII. WHOLE NO. 1921. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1R66. NEW SERIES-VOL. VII NO. 4. K lW1T WV. D. FRANK BIGLEK, FIELDING. t hai i Arc BiGLCn FIELDING, Clearfield, fa. I l noRRKYS AT t LAW, J , Legal busmen of all kinds pnimptly and accurately atlomledto. May 15, '86-ly, THOS. J. McCULLOUGH, 1 l TTOHNEY AT LAW. Office adjoining the l Tank, forinorly occupied by J. B. McSnally, i.Mi.. SLirket street, Clearfield, Pa. Will attend iri'iui'tlv to Collections, Sale of Landi, Ac Una. i. 02. JOHN L. CUTTLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW and REAL EoTATB A rent, Clearfield, Pa. Offioe on Market street, opposite the jail. Respectfully offers hi services in telling and buying landi in Clearfield and adjoining counties J and with an experience ofovertweuty years at a Surveyor, flatters himself tbnt he fen render satisfaction. Peb.63 tf. ROBERT J. WALLACE, A ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 8 August 1866

She I'ciniMiciut. i ..'4 ft. ; A- (iKol'.C.K 1). (ioolit.ANPKl!, Editor. Wepseppay MouNiNO::::Aug. n, iHiii. Democratic State Ticket. FOU (HtVKUNOR HIESTER CLYMER, Of Ecrl county. Democratic County Ticket. ion ASSEMBLY, T. J. MeCTLLOUGlI, of Clearfield. (Subject to llir action of tli'' District convention.) I'OK ASS. -CI ATE .iriKiES, JACOB UII.in:LM,of f.V.iham. SAMUEL CLYDE, or Lawrence. 10R CuM MISMONIiK, IIEXKY blUL. of CleariielJ. lull Al-'PITOR, JOHN A. L. FLiXiAL, of Goshen. Yatiomil I nion Vom tnlion. According to ji notico published in he Journal, and by posters, a meet ing was called at theCuurt House, on Saturday last, to endorse the restora tion policy of President Johnson, and to elect two delegates to represent those w ho voted for Lincoln and John son, in the aforesaid Convention. The meeting being called t3 order, officers elected, and the object stated, on mo tion of A. S. Goodrich, James I?. Gra ham, I'sq , and Capt. I A. Gaulin were unanimously elected delegates, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 8 August 1866

vorot. the 20th o our r th. UIC from you, 'oho it. Jour r'olJ, lden iber. r tbtt e, if ihan reof (Tlrnifitlb Jltpublitan. -Wo were in error last1 K NOTIIWl KXCl TKMIOT ! ('Y ing that (Nmgrers had, 7v -rrr-r ( :Aug 8, in's Domestic Bible, INS HW Superior Wo"1 I-nrv"1'' thou-and marginal references, three A KTKE1. MAI'S, mimerona tin -'"i;-.. .ino.itloni of each chapter , .h9 ecnce of lh belt commentators, Photograph Aluun1' n tcnded Cun- hVundewIg". have .nsmined th. , 1,11,1, ' nd would cordially recommend people of the county. It is a ; icllexcciited work, and dmiriiMy for. ..a in Pr.-.. ."". " . w. n i ' Pastor Presb'y Church, Clearfield. D. P. MONROE, Tutor M. K. Church, Curwensvilte. I T..tr Vroth'T Church, Ansnnville. , 4a copy may be examined and order, loft ,tt! Jlllls' office, Clearfield. 4 Camp Meeting. MT MEETFXO, under the auspices of Messiahs tnurcn or morns io-ni.i..., hold in the (trove adjoining toe inapei, Hast of Kylcrtown, cuniineiii:iuK "5" i continuing over the f...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 8 August 1866

. IMS, divore,,. o th 1 20il, , for th In nn. ::::::::::::::::Auff 8, JSrt. YK I.OVKI.S A M.vrv.K-WcwinrrrorlHNt! A NOlMi;K KXClTllMlOT ! TO AM . . . . i n 1... I i fit won; Hi mating um oi.-t.-r. iu.-i .77 - C2lttlCIOiIP OS-CD CD G3 I at Tin: tin's Domestic Bible, ' I , l c kmi Sunerior Wood Engraving-. i ihoo n.wnlM.1 reference., three ...i XTEKh MAI', numeri.ii. .... hJUene. of th. best commentators, Pholoftriph Album, an extended tun- trt Art. . . 'h, unsigned, xmin.a me for. ... in pnr... "" "" .... t..i,'v Church. Ansonvill. . : be examined and order, loft r " IV ..o.i.i lnl-Zt I Camo Meeting. 1 1 VP MEETING, under the auspice or ., Messiah', unuri-u ... .......... t.eld io the grove adjoining the Chapel, .'. Fast of Kylortown.curomenoing A"?"1 4 continuing over the following Sabbath. I Litch, of Boston, and L. Osier, of 1 rov h r ,nd other ministering brethren present. A cordial inviution i. cxtead 1. Come and hear. .ill be Camp Meeting. . J rn-rvv PERMISSION, there l L r .1,...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 8 August 1866

TSn-HiMAl nn.i n.n.imorr.i.vl. vi....... i.,..:.ii.,. 4 IK'IV I II1 Mill t'Jj r llir-mu-u - Ni- tmruiciai muuuuy. ii i 'rounK , . , i .i . . i. ' UKOXW rnoo i.k- u taKcu ihu,, lilt' I V ' 11 V V. 1 II V II U II V V If t , , l i i ' ii -i his i liildron when voiiiil'. Int Mrcd in ilctd ruction around when it ar rived at its full maturity." li wan l lie language used tho other day by the luiijlislii Chancellor of the Exche quer, When detaining the financial condition of (Jovenunent to-the iieo ple of (1 real Britain. There could not be a better illustration of tho peculiar relation debt bears to a nation than that of the destructive, Idood-thirsty and treacherous animal, a jdayful kitten when young, but a savajro de stroyer when at maturity, carried in its harmless infancy into tho family, domesticated with them, only to fasten its fang into their vitals ere it leaves them, and rend them to pieces Tho minds of tho peopleof the Uni ted States have been debauched upon the subject of nat...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 15 August 1866

& t a S tss Ay Ay Ay syxy jes B G00DL1SDEE. Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS: $2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advancs VOL XXXIU. WHOLE NO. 1922. CLEARFIELD, PA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, IllGG. NEW SERIES VOL. VII. NO. 5. to tl M f! il II II ii fl Ay Ay Ay Vs) 'roffssional & nsittfss (farfls. 1. ut I u rASi ritLDtso. i WALLACE, BIGLER & FIELDING, i i IT LAT. Cl.arfi.ld. -. 4 bji! buinss of all kinds arnmptly and IL.t . u- May I. 'nt-ly. rnos. J. McCULLOUGH, J. TTOKSEY AT LAW. othe. adjoining th. f fur, formerly occupied by J. B. M.Snaily, J. Mret itrft, Cl.ar6.ld, Pa. Will aiund uBfilj u Collections, fcai. si laas, c. i II. K- JOHN L. CUTTLE, r.-"K.SEt AT LAW aad REAL EsTATB A i,ti. Clcara.M, fa. ubm on nari.i rt, n,pori the Eespcetlally o9.rs fan r.-ic ': selling aad baying land, in Cl.arfi.ld 1 ;;4i:Dg eoanuas ; aad witli aa .xpeneaca .Tu ;.sBty rear. a. a Surr.yor, latter, himself n sr na re'ndr aatiafaetioa. Feb. '63 tf. ROBERT J. WALLACE, VTTOKNL'T AT LAW, 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. — 15 August 1866

hc gcpuMuan. Geokoe B. Gooulakder, Editor. Wednesday Mon.NiNo::Aug. 15, 1800. Democratic State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR HIESTER CLYMER, Of Borkf conuly. Democratic County Ticket. I'OU ASSEMBLY, T. J. McCULLOUGII, of Clearfield. (Subject to the ctiouof the Diilriclfoiiventiou.) FOU ASSOCIATE JUDGES, JACOB WILIIULJW Graham. isAHUEL CLYDE, of Lawrence. FOIl COMMISSIONER, HENRY STONE, of Clearfield. FOIl AUDITOR, JOHN A. L. FLEGAL, of Goshen. Explanation. Two weeks ago, in a rather jocular manner, we intimated that" W. A. W." had had his satchel stolen on the cars, containing a number of papers and other valuables, and that tho editor of the Journal was in the same ear ns we presume there were also a score of other persons. Tho statement, though true, seems to have offended our neighbor trcmcndoubly. We had made the shoe to lit another party, intending to uso tho Journal editor as proof in tho future, if necessary. We are sorry that ho has, iu his haste of self-justification, 'put his foot ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 15 August 1866

i,pNrnAY,:::::::::::::;":::AHg. l&i isoti. 1 i. i ii V) WHOM IT MAV CONCERN." If jv of our citizens will iust tuko the Alible and mako a circuit of the iwr, tbey will observe- that there ia Q fiue opportunity for some cnterpris- Yankee, or in fact anybody else, make himself generally useful. Yo jlaJo to the great propensity a large li tion of our citizens havo for raising prolific growth of all manner of tceds along the- Btreots and allies. iJong some of the pavements the iccds take up half tho walk, so that luring the morning, or wet weather, is almost impossible for a lady to ?t along without her skirts looking i though they had prematurely been ken from tho wash-tub. "We hope hat tbe citizens, or the Borough Fa bcrs, will see that this nuisanco is Wished. To cut weeds for one or two tars about the middle of this month fill effectually destroy them; henco, W cheap the remedy. It costs but (tie to remove them, their banish ient isgood exercise, and it beautifies jie town. Cut t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 15 August 1866

A Lrsnon of Real Jif. Tno l'uiliulptphlit J,rttjrr iiuiuic. In nome moat n rrrcprlnto rotnftiks in' TvlVrcnco to tho dctdornldo 1iiiho of our prcooiit American muicly, ttillti8- tmipd lv the rne of vouinr 1nmit.i reliciitieu m mm my iiim v'k Kr loij.'ciT "ti'l fraudulently oLluin iutr, SoO.'J'jl' from tho invonmioiit.just sljcu I IiIkI arrived Iroin WafJii nj- loit with li in innoeetit bride ou the wnv t.. Inrrmo for iin extended wi-.i-lNew din tour. From prospect of nppn-!ln rt'iitly b'jnndlt! bn)iniM, tl.o "uw . IllUUe WHO Hlia lltT Ulieiiuuiil iinnun were thrown into the. deepest conster nation and digress. Tho cube bus its lessons more impressive than those of romance, und it is nioro leurluJ in its reality than the pictured distresses ol it whole library of fictions. Cooper, in . addition to beinir prepossessing in np pearanee, and without any indication of the swindler or longer in his miUi- ner, has, it is said, several qualities of treat value to an bonest business man. i Ha...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 22 August 1866

.A. T ft' f 1 i. Ay Ay i jeo. B GOODLAKDEi. Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not 1IEIT. TEEMS: $2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advance h OLXXXIIL-WIIOLE NO. 1923. CLEARFIELD, PAM WEDNESDAY, AU.GUST 22, 18GG. NEW SERIESVOL. VII. NO. 6. POLITICAL rilEACIilXG. i-e Eiack in Reply to Rev. Alfred nevin, v. u. a. me time ?o Hev- Alfred Kevin, of Fhiladel- i convcrfation with Judge Black boldly i l:, i.oiiof flint firai.hra ahould diaensa g, JDCru ui. I .-! aJair? iu the pulpit, lo ton tne judge in J. The conversation wm continued for a, lime in an earnest but friendly aimuer. Dr. f.a hating expressed a wUh to continue the ,:;iim through the newspaper preaa, Judge jti t.k up hi' challenge without hesitation. $ first letter of lr. Nevin appeared iu the Thil- ,i; hiaI'Mi'7 few day ago. The jawing is the aMe and crushing reply of Judge , lancatttr Ittlltgencer. Tt, the Ecv. Alfred Xevin, D. D. t.Mr Pear Sir : Your letter address i to me through the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin disappoints me ; ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 22 August 1866

wv i ,T - - itusra.j, "AW ft w YM:-iX&&VV?i t V';.N.Y'!t TWi--' if c;-,v"rfjx.v, v i? '- CiKOROK B. (jOODLANDKR., 'Bditor. Wednesday MoiujMJ::Aiig. ISGO. Democratic State Ticket. FOll COVKRN'Oll HIESTER GLYMER, Of Berks comitv. Democratic County Ticket. run A.SSKMKLY, T. 2. SIcCCLLOUGIl, of Clearfield. ( ul'jeol to the action of I lie Disti ict cosvcnliuii.) FOB ASSOCIATE JUDGES. JACOH AVIL1IKLM, of Graham. SAMUEL CLYDE, of Lawreuec. rou COMMISSIONER, HENRY STONE, of Clearfield. FOR AUDITOR, JOHN A. L. PLEtiAL, of Goshen. The Great Convention. It was our extreme pleasure to be present and witness the proceedings '.. . . , I I of the great rc-mnon convention held in the Wigwam, at 1 hiladelphia, on tliol-lth, l.rith ii nd Ifith, inst., compos ed of delegates from lib' States, 9 Ter ritories and the District of Columbia numbering nearly 1,400. The Wig wam Was prepared tO KCat 15,000 JKT-ioot sons, but it became so crowded on the last duy, that every aisle and passage way was f...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 22 August 1866

' CI, e.suN tlti0B I t nn.. f ' 0e,r "ohek " "Oelo: C.I Hit- "add, , nonourtj Clcitl meat. isaod e. 18!' m I git (Jltarfitto JRf publican, WrPNKsnAT,:::::::::::: Aug. 22, 180G. CONGRESSIONAL CONFERENCE.- The ?rookvil!c Herald and Erie Obserccf, e at length ngreed to our original proposition, of holding tho Conference t llidgwny, on Tuesday, the 4th day Qffrrimbcr next, of which all those interested will please, talco notice. Tho Presidential party arriving at Ki-ie on the m nas proauccu me .1 1.1 cliano in tho minds of our fellow citi- tjens ''tit tho other end of the line," Tho National'Oonveiition. ; Tho following is a correct copy of iho resolutions adopted by the groat Convention held in Philadelphia last week. Next week we will publish tlic address, issued to tho people by the delegates or this mammoth assem blage. Vie hope tho resolutions will be carefully read by everybody : i DKfTARATION OF TRINCIPLES. I lion. Edgar Co wun Sir. Chairman, tn behalf of the committco who were a...

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