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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 October 1866

ling lit fltarSflb Jupiibliran. Oct. .11, U it.NI M1'" " . i l.f.f.K llHlt- 1 riiilim: : rari r p""v ' of ,minv fif VOW liaVC failed " .., m vet for this nnd last year, ill i " , inf other years Wo arc m A, f i!nl bin"1- " j 0f something to keep tho machine ,,. and have, therefore, provided lato ... . n,f nun u.ii -- -- I , fact, there is eoiiMiuuimnv w.L-nl.niioIc. too. Those who, in 0 ,. 1 . i i,i r.,.mnmoduto us in ,;iro m,ttcr need not be backward, but this matter Lnrno riL'lit nlon A few loads of dry , i I wood will not bo refused. iino Cninc'i.-Sorvices will in . i , . Vi .1 cr.rtriii 1 Plmrf'll in ,e lieiu in uiu i,ii.wr.. v......, ... , , I .... L!.,r.A. ll, ifl ic,- tfl Hcartieiu, u-,,.--. " November next, at 11 o clock, A. !., i 7 iY ocU. r. m.; ai,u ni mo K.'llllO ' t IllKl i U l'luvftl . hour? every Sunday thereafter until, . -r t n 1 r 1 i further notice. Kev. J. ioyior num- L - niniiM.f,,- - , .i Tho olliccrs ot tho Atlantic cuoie,piayin-, lie saia : "i reirrei, m:u i ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 October 1866

fto(.tai VM. A. WAI.IX't, J . III. A k E WMTtM WM 1, Mllll l.ll, IRAN ririmNo. WALLACE, BIGLER 4 FIELDING, VTIOitMnS AT LAW, Clearfield, ta. Legal huflnrfs of nil KimU promptly and nc.iiratrly Attended to. (May 15, 't.rt-I T. TUnR .1 Mrfilll 1 OUGH.ii.,1 VTTOHNKY AT LAW. Office t.i' ti In r the llH.,k, formerly occupied by J. B. MclCnally. Mnrkot street, Clearfield, Pa. n ill attend ...,.,...... ...... ., .- - - i . . . . i i . .. i i i, n . 1 1 -,.. n pi f.m I'tly to uollicuons, pale oi unui, t. leo. 17. it JOHN L. CUTTLE, TTOHNEY AT LAW and REAL ESTATE A Airent. Clearfield. Pa. Office on Market slrrel, oppotile ,n0 i""- Bespectlully offers hi . '. r ... i t..-: I 1. f'1.....K..l.l I ii-rp iu pi." -r-n , .,nni!i i unit with an experience 1 1 IIIU .UJINIIII J ........ , , Survoyor, Butler, himself of ovortwenty yenrsasa thut ho can render aatiafuction. Feh. '63 tf. ROBERT J. WALLACE, VTTOKNKY AT LAW, Clearfield, Penn'a Cffce In fckaw'a Rew.orponita theJurnal oitica. lo- 1. 148. WM. ...

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 November 1866

1 ! ft 3co. B- GOODLAKLER, Editor and Proprietor. PRINCIPLES, not MSN. TERMS :-$2 00 Per Annum, if paid in advance VOL. XXXIII. WHOLE NO. 1934. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 186G. NEW SERIES VOL. VII. NO. 17. WfJtfiocnl & gfJusinfjss Card J. WAI.1.ACI, ULAKE WALTERS WV. D, BlUI.EIt, FRANK FIEI.UINO. WALLACE, BIGLER 4 FIELDING, VTIOREYS AT LAW, Clearfield, i-a. Legal business of all kinds promptly and irately attend.-.! to. May 15, 'fl-ly. HOS. J. McCULLOUGH, TTORSEY AT LAW. Office edjoining the Bank, formerly occupied by J. B. MelCnally, MHrket street. Clearfield, Pa. Will attend roroptlv t Collections, Bale of Land, Ao. !fc 17.'f.3. --.--a---- I JOHN L. CUTTE , , TTORNEV AT LAW and REAL ESTATB A Arent. Clearfield, Pa-Office on Market itrlet, crpofite tbe jail. Kespectfully offers hii Krviees in selling and buying lands in Clearfield ad adjoining eountica ; and with an experience f over'twenty years as a Surveyor, flatters himself liit he can render satisfaction. Fob. ...

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 November 1866

A t TV P Ceo- B- GOCDLASDES, Editor and Proprietor. rmcuixs, not arsx. TERMS :-$2 00 Fcr Annum, if paid in advance VOL. XXXIII. WHOLE NO. 19SI. CLEARFIELD, TA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1866. NEW SERIES VOL. VII. NO. 17. 1 T II immrlrl 11 VI 11 tl MM H M 2 II M rTV WALLAC!, W"- D' B,UIE. ' ; lAKE WAI TERS, FHAKt FIILDISO. I WALLACE, BIGLER & FIELDING, 1 t:0RXEYS AT LAW, ClearGeld, t-a. ? A Legal bufineMof all kinds promptly and ' freureicly attended to. May 15, 'So-ly. jlHOS. J. McCULLOUGH, 1 i TTORXEY AT LAW. Omedjoiaingthe . . . . .... , Bank, formerly oeeuplea nyj. ii. aieauaiiy, 1 ., v . rl M P. Will at, and JlMTIl fcrwfc, viv-iu.ni, f promptl to Collection-, Sale of Lands, Ae. JOHN L. CUTTE , i TTOBXEY AT LAW and REAL ESTATE A Affnt. Clearfield, Pa Office on Market street, oppojit tbe Respectfully oners In , rricri in selling and boyiog land in Clearfield sod d.ioining eountie ; and witn an experience of over twenty yearsasa Durveyor, u.ic , that be can render satisfaction. Fe...

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 November 1866

She tq)uMir;ut. lViiyrfiHrt Isfhlaturt The follo inij in n correct list of the member elect of the next IiOihlature, Th ttadlcal Cbnfrt$1 J Why nhoulil tho People sustain tho r-i.-IJadknl (.'onjrress ? '1'hev wasted; Utc gvrtmtisnttfntj. iJUAiiiiAN'a 1 1.1 I - L . . . . I . I I ' I -I A . . I ' -I ' ...!..' inciumn;; no nenaiois noiumg ovvr. t-ini monies in xnctrimcmpis io Keep r 1 r r nr npii Afnlf IrrfloH-OWHfl. Weare at length cnnlled to pnl'lirdi tho oflUial vote tact for Governor. Tl .1.1., . . ! I... 1,n ,l;hi.i,. ' i i I ''0 I'oliticnl chnnmn bio dpnernl tho union divided. They squandered ninnmiucmninjim. , MVandless (IVm.) in place of Xichols ON B HUNMIKD AND FIFTY of counties to the Inxt Friday in Octo- (i!(.p.) in the 1st Sei.MorisI dihl.ut, I JLLlONSof tho taxpayers' money. T,IE JiIIqI LATK I'V I III 'l U VI VV lumn i.-vi.nvt ' wi. fiwftiaa.yiii,iiviuivv'a ' ij t hi f. llllllllMin I'l Htll.l "I . . - It . I . . Ik . . V -I ...V.. I'.'i.-ll'l I i ' volo ; hut the result Kn...

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 November 1866

i QorU he OTIrarfirlb jTupuMbit. . :::::::::::::::Nov. 7, 1806. " " iivisnAY::: T . i i'allnt tho new lsooi & euoo snop 1 .1... rti-niropv. Oil Mlirkct Street. I Sir U"- " ' - J ' . i 1 , Kvnrv On account ot tno ncces- .nnrK. un Hl'CUUIIV Ul IUU NCI to- fy nbsenco of tho pastor, thero will service at tho rresbytcnan 110 l.urih on next Sunday. fi,n Sale. A 825 Sewing Machine , f,1r sale competent to do tho work of I October 31st- 1 mo. Ipfci a"l CocnT.-An adjourned court fPECIA . J . I ill be held, commencing on the first , lididay of December, for the trial oi ' V 11 CaUSt'O. M U uiiuci ouiuu r . a IV nn nnn4nn1 I il f rt( ! . . . ! . 1 , -i 1 1 T iwl T,nn li Or! fen employed as attorney. The jury it will bo found elsewhere in this -lie. . .. ffright&FlanigaiiBtillkeepuptlie iintement on Second street ll vcjust finished unpacking the largest ick of goods ever opened on Second rect, and at prices that astonish Aerybody. Thoir stock is selected th great care, and must please 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. — 7 November 1866

I Wednesday Moiinino:::::Nov. 7, 1800. IKuItcnlism l Virtl War. There never was a people, unys the New York Express, who trusted their (loverinncntsto Radicals, without end ing in civil war. The Greek nnd Ro man Jiailieala in tho midst of their di visions, between tho then Conserva tives and Radicals, bronght on all their civil wars. All the bad fellows of Athens, Sparta, Corinth, &c, were .Radicals and Clodious was a Radical, with his ganjrs and his gladiators.1 Jacobinism is French for Radicalism. Robespierre was a Radical, ditto Murat & Co. . Here, in our country, Radicalism often puts c!. the garb of Religion. So, did it in Greece and Rome : It was ever full of "the gods," and of omens, and the "entrails of beasts." There never was such a set of Religious ras cals as the Roman and Greek Radicals. The French Jacobins wcro so pious as to make a goddess of a Cyprian, and to worship her in the street, The Rev. Kallochs here, the Parson Brown lows, and all of that ilk, are on...

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 November 1866

AWVv nx,, not, PetuS "rU fenny I (t'Mlll Milt Cb.r lock Ida, Co. 1 1 i Ireland and the south. 4 I" cniim TO T1IR Vui IV ORAV. - 7W MVrtn'ittf of fV (irtm. V 1, jr it out fp'in rvrry Mmi1 l all I In- !j'i" frni v.ry fuM, t'rr ft JrnnMTtic ("Hijilc, J m our t.wih iii'-mii to holil ; K' 'rr ftr nn-rev to I lie ttcatm fw, Y,,r linilhfTP ft ttnVf been : Iah t w1"' j -f t---in is we know, f All we who fnr thf Own y! what 0.j.n,ci'iin i wt? know, i All w'l m',,r "lf "ri rn fin mir very honwi what it i we know, I We Ih-vb who wear the tirren ! tVe hiivc frit it in nnr Pirclanil, W ith iti whip our rWkn nrr worrd; Of the (South we'll make no Irclaml, S''urpt"l with tnmtne ml the nwnnl ; Xi, true Ihnt they trie,! the rM g;uiie, i!nt pimi-lie'l tht'y have Iwn Ami 1 Utticr think wr v done the nine, All we who wear the Orent wrswl '' hive done the vpry isice, All we who wear the Orwn ; Ami wc hope afrnin to do the mime, Wo boys ttliu wear the Uroen ! 0, .Manhood's pronlet duty In to liw'ht for ....

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 November 1866

I'M Mil SI (The cpuUiran; (ikohiie 11. (ioom.ANiini, Editor. CLEAHF1ELI). Pa. Wr.PNFSiuT MiRMN(i:::Nor. 14, ISfiG. OuiiHEl.r. Wo this week present tho Republican to our renders in an enlarged nnd otherwise improved form. Wo havo added four columns and lengthened tho whole three inches, thus enlarging the paper one third, at an expense of nearly one thousand dollars. Wo expect those who owe us for two or more years' subscription to "boek," or we w ill be compelled to fall lack on our old line. Thr l.titt Elrcllou. The olvelion wuro held on tho Cth iiistnnt iu twelve. States, and the re sult has been as we anticipated in nil except Maryland. The lU'iiioerucy havo done a noble work in this Stale rescuing it from the hands of n miser able mob and delivering it to the peo ple. Tho majority in the State is largo, with a two-third majoiity in both branches of the Legislature. Good byo, Plugs, Kip Eups and Loy alists in Maryland. Delaware. Tho Democrats havo carried everything in this State...

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 November 1866

l)t (HnrEtlb Jtpublinii. :::::::::::Nv. It, IStlU. Iti-ilil till' lltlviTliHOIlH'Ilt of Messvn. j ZiogliT .1 Stnitli, in nnotlior column. ,) Sam:. A -" Sewing Machine j for mil-, competent to do tho work of j whole family. Inquire nt this oflieo. j Fivo llunilrcJ Hook Agents wanted, tn sell Dr. Jon'ninf;' great" work on tlio Horse. See advertisement. m w The ndverliHeinent in unotlicreolumn describing Dr. Leon's celebrated pro purutions i8 worthy of tho readers at tention. UoaJ tho arlicloh in another column, on the Maryland election, taken from tho liultimoro Sun and the National Intelligencer. Flour wan sullini' in New York, on Saturday last, nt f 1S.50 per barrel. We wonder if tbo"boyn in blue." fought for thcBC rates. YA'e call tho attention of tho public to the extetiRivo sale of personal prop erty, store goodH, ic, by L. M. Cout- riot, advertised in another column. The Acadkmy. The second session of the year of this Institution, under the charge of Prof Harrison, w ill eom men...

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 November 1866

Religious Miscellany. Whene'er l duty wail fur thee. With kiIkt judgment view itt Ami never idly wih it don? Hrgin at ouoc, and do iu The word of God speaks of Him not as a law, but us tlio lil'o of nil tliat is the Being who feels and is ielt, it loved and loves nirnin ; fuel my heart throb into His; counts tho hairs of my head ; hears my prayers and in terprets them through a Spirit which has affinity with my spirit. To-Morrow may never come to ns We do not live in to-morrow. We cannot find it in any of our title deeds. J The man who owns whole blocks of real estate, and prent ships on the sea, does not own a single moment of to morrow. To-monow ! It is a mys terious possibility, not yet born. It lies under the seat of midnight, be hind the veil of glistening constella tions. Chapin. God has entrusted important truth to our chargo, and has given us clear, rational, beneficent idoas and princi ples, not for our selfish enjoyment and exclusive monopoly, but for the world. We are mer...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 November 1866

Jtarriact nail IHrorre. On Sunday afternoon tho Rev. C. B. Smyth delivered ft lengthy address lit Cooper Institute, Now York, enti tled "Lessons for t lie Clergy on Mur-riso-o and Divorce." The Kevercnd gentleman said that tho subject on which lie was about to peak was suggested to bim by the exceeuingiy large numocr 01 uivorco esses that liuve been recently reported. The sixth rente of tho nineteenth chapter of tho book of St. Mutthow was selected as the text : "Wherefore tber Are no more twain, but one Sih ; what, therefore, o.h hatb joined tugctuer Itt not man put nimmlt-r." Bcvicwing tho world in t ho order of its rrcntion, tho speaker claimed that God capped the climax when he mado Kvo. That was tho finishing touch. Ever since then wo have had the two sexes and they wero wisely mado for each other. Tho union of man and woman is by covenant, and the consummation of the covenant con stitutes what is termed marriage. The violation of this covenant by law; and tho separation of the...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 November 1866

She gcjmbUran. Gioro B. Goodlander, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Wednesday Morning, Nov. 28, 1866, The ".MwmKi." We wore censured by our neighbor, Inst weok, for referring to tho course of the Methodist Advocates. AVc sup posed that it was our duty as a journ alist to call the attention or tho pub lie to the fact, that a leuding journal, professing to be tho organ of a largo class of roligionibts, was actually ad vocating tho election to Congress of two loading Infidels and avowed dis- unionists the ono white and tliooth er black ; whilo another of the same litter was advocating the social equal ity of the whito and negro races. We may be n little nervous upon these two points, and unnecessarily alarmed at the bold allegations ot these organs but we belong to the class that pre pares for war in the time of peace, and therefore merely called the atten tion of our readers to the monstrosi ties these modern Judas sheets were about perpetrating upon the people We publish the two articles ref...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 November 1866

I XHir HKPUHLKUN. fjrr'- (Yki.mx'AY:: ::::N.)V. L', lsf.fi. J!r. J.KAVV lum nomo horses for ,uk.; uNo throe hloi1.8. See ntlver tiwmciu in wr.othor column. Wm.i'. Irwin, nt his now stund on .Second street, by obeying the signs of the times, has produced quite ft run on bis establishment by selling goods ut rr-Juced prieos. A Haiiv hourly all the Conductors tl,n T'ennpvlvnniannd I'hiladolphiii nnd Eric railroads, and their branches, have been discharged. Several of them havo been nrrentcd mid held in $10,0110 bail for embezzlement. Our enterprising neighbors, II. W. Smith k Co., having read "tlio hand the wall." havo so intcr- rretcit that they have struck for low ... i . t i .i..,:.. nnil c H'tll) unous. urau mi. t"'" , c.. ..' .'A5 ITI-TM. Chlengo has just hern vinhod by nnotlier severe (ire los f.'ii.O.IM.II. Tim l'e'-t ilmr.', Vn , theatre '" totully ih'slrcyeiT ly fins on tho HMh. Tl.n Tlniil Kliu-mie Kiitniiur re-jis- himiiUo ut Washington, on Monday next. l,,ln M.-irriafiin- l...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 November 1866

Hcllgtou Miscellany. Tim i m . P-lr.t itx'T WOO Ooik, V hilt In thtiryon'h, With tml m-k. The wit of truth. To them the esrred scripture now display Cbnet as lh. only true and living nay His precious liliKd on Calar) was given ioBiak.tueiaheirnfen'liuftl.lis in Leitv'n Aad o'en on earth the olulil ol llud can Iran The glorious blrsiiiigsof hi. del ioui'sgratM, For Ihfiu he bore hit fsthcr's frown i The thorny erown Nailed to the cross, Kndurvd itt pain, That bil lifn loss klifcbt be their paiu, Thro baste to choose That better part, K or ever dare refuse Tho Lord our heart, Lett b declare 'I know yoo not," And deep despair Forever be your lot. low look to Jesus, wbo on Calvary died, ' And truit on IIiul who there wat crucitutl. To ny anything, however truo of itselr, ol which wo have not a hearty conviction at the moment, breeds a habit of insincerity. Sklfibiinf.ss. It is a shame for a rich Christian to bo like a Christmas box, that receives all, and nothing can be got out till it ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1866

THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD. An Addr to Irishmen anal friends f Ireland IVon 111 unrrnllon ul t Irrlrs ol I he F. IU, of I'lillanrlrhla. FEI.I.OWCnr.NTItVM AMI Unorii- IRS: At a Convention of Delegates from tho re'poctivo Circles of F. li. of l'hiludelphia, it was resolved to ad dressy on on t best irringevents through which wo Imvo passed, tliut by ro viewing tlio events you may bo in spired with renewed liopo and confi dence in the future operations of our movements believing ns wo ilo thut, from your energy, mini berBnnd wealth, you should occupy tho foreground in a cause that ban lor its aim tho rent or ation of the long lost rights of your beloved country. Early in February last, our Congress met in Pittsburgh, in Extra Session, to doviso menus to carry on our movement having to replenish an empty exchequer the result of tho Molllt-Mansion swindle. From that period to tho last of Slay in ull, not qtiito four months means were collected nnd men enrolled to invade. British territory 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. — 5 December 1866

S he SCWuubUfan. ! IZ ;Vvm xlt 8Ui Giorgi B-Goodlasdlk, Editor. cad ci CI n pi CLEARrltLU, r. Wednesday Morain?, Dec. 5, 18C6. ?' U'TT.. Tt, l-r. fV.u hi . , i , Bia Dn rem, - the control of oar old friend Win. S-1 Garvin, who. we hope, will be able to bring old -ilesser" to right i;jain. Tbs Riuht 'asik A number of negroe in PhiladelphU are forming themselves into an association entitled Lincoln' Company," with the object cf fjinjj to Liberia. OSeial returns from all the couo- tiea in Xcw York State give a major for Governor Fenton or 13,745. r, whole State U over itT The vote cf the whole State is over 12,000 below that of li'A. J road, expecting it would he found. The income of lion. Asa Tacker, of. xhoy were to have their examination Carbon county, is returned by the 'il- j to-day, at Sowers. The child, by pro ternal revenue assessor, for last year, per attention, is likely to recover. ' at tl'i.T'iT. We would add another T ' I Ovra-CBowpED Labob Mabket eolnmn to the KepubUcan, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1866

f rill,' liriMiHT IT l X I J,111J lllil -'a.HBV..Bl. VVri.NrspAT::::::-"""::"":"!lco. t(U. ,Jo,riart oflVni two w.iryon. for J ' , .. . , - I aa'o Sl'e BllVTtl-Cllltll. ' . . I U IVsm..!. The Associate Ju.l-s ; elect, Jacob Wilholin nnd Saml. Clyde, 1 . - n: At ... ! sworn ititootlice on Mon-1 Knur., wcra i. i.,.t nnA lit oneo took their avaU I ujKin the liench. j F.ddvllVHtt.K.q .one ol the pioneer .., ' .Vvii, ,i;..H uioi.. .1 RWnui J his residence near CVntrevillc, at an ! advanced ngo. j Fatal Accident. A child of Wil-j Jiam Hoffman, about three years old, on Saturday last, pulled a ketllo ot boiling water off the stove hearth and scalding himself so seriously that he dioJ from the effect a on Monday morning- m -Ox His Owx Hook." Ky refer ence toour advertising columns, it will be observed that Mr. W. F. Claik baa! taken poseosion of the rooms former- )v occupied by P. A. Gaulin, and will 1 -onlinue the buinetd of t lotluer on , his own account. Game urforesUecm to hoover- talke...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1866

Religious Miscellany. Lin's Summary. M to Insect, to Insect Mud. That's thy suitor, nu ol uiiud ! Fill'rinf lirnl and failing itt. Tsar's lli j ending unu of uitglit I Tea feet lonf, unit four feel uroed, That's thy ouding acnes' lord ! Sunken eye and aspesrd mien, ' That' thy .tiding beauty etueen ! Bending form snd wrinkled fart, That'i ihy tiding queen of grscc! I)uj. to duft,H and not'tjtit beeide, That's thy ending ;jueen of prtde ! "flere to day, an t gone to morrow," That's thy' lifetime child of sorrow ! Heavenly rraee, nouffht elee can span. That's ihy oslt hope poor "man." AVe expoct everything and are pro paired for nothihg. Our vanity is inccdsantly the enemy of our Bcli'-luvo. It is by becoming more unhappy that we sometimes learn to bo lens bo. Loving hearts are like beggars ; they live on what is given them. By acting as we ought to think, we end by thinking as we ought to act. The most dangerous of flatteries is the inferiority of That is around us. He who has ceased...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1866

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. l!!vi'- itisois of the ,', ntilc an l itiu nf l' ) r-t ii'ii' iv' : After h brief interval t ho Congress ol' the United States resumes its nil mini legislative Inborn. An nll-wiso ninl merciful Piovidenca has abated the pestilence which visited ourshores, leaving its calamitous truces upon somo uirlon of onr country. Peace, order, tranquility, nnd civil authority have been i'ortiKilly declared to exist throughout tho whole of tho United States. .In all of the State civil au thority has superseded tho coercion of arms, und tho people, by their vol untary action, are. maintaining their governments in lull-activity anil com plete operation. Tho enforcement of the laws is no longer "obstructed in any Slato by combinations too pow erful to bo suppressed by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings;" nnd tho miiniosities engendered by tho war nro rapidly yielding to tho Gcniflccnt influences of our free institutions, and to the kindly effects of unrestricted social ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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