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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1866

f. i: ittiluco i.i t'i. ir i tt'i ' v "' " 1 ' olrint M! , ihi.I i, i , i-" h I'loii. -I v nit i.o eie in !.,U'l in tin- neve mint. Counsel lias li, n employed by the ImVl THIIll'Ill Ul ill li'llJ itl7.IIS "I the L' nit imI Matt-son trial I r capital (Ib-iivs in Ciitiiidii t Hinl a iiicmiiiini iuu " of the prosecutions which were insiiiuicd in tlu cuins of t lie 1'iiited Mates against those who toolf I'Jivt in tlie expedition, lutt been directed. I have rcirurdcd the expedition us not only political in its nature, hut also in "a on t inertsuro l'oreii"ii I'roin tin- United States in its causes, tlmr inter aiul objects. The attempt a understood in bo mndo in sympathy with un insurgent party in I relnuil, nnil, liy htrikinr nt a l.iilish Province un tins continent, was ai'KiniMi toui.i in obtaining redress tnr political piev unces, which, it was assumed, t lie people of Ireland hail sult'ered (it the hands of tho Hritish Government, ilu rinu n period of several centuries. The persons ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1866

4 I j.-i i .... 1 !- . . r l . . - t . A ti I . ". : ! t '-e 'i. .... i-.re I . i.l I.. (.u. I id .ar ! ; - i I- . j. i :!.. .-i !. iiitti.-l :'.r I. ! t tn-- -'J-" . 1, ..: c . :rt. li.-i l l"".- -r he f'l tee f - . v .-ii lif L;IC t.:il f " " ' ' J .,:-f.i"- .-. i r-. a n.-.v t.r-:n t. r !. Vi.; li-r-i.;..,- . it- t' la.' (niii i'i-iii'i ii. a: no r (r-:iii tf l.ir.".'. It i .!: il k- a iii. 1? 1: '-trciiitfuL j Xiw 1. i-A A l-;nkwi.ri'.an i a l.;:Sno.a.Mi i,'t..:t: ( - rry a :,"t a umn -u rnri.c out oi ' T" I: i i ! u. li 'w ( ktiot Af;.r livi:i rat nivJ ai.J it- hr,r.;a'Uii:..4 ,i..ttui:y.b. ,c.ire. the jratitoJo .f h!t ruaLhiiiJ. i , ..,r,vi..,v..,i.'t vT-!i.ns. t. u- ril r '.he m:U-r::t!. M .- t- . I I'.-' i 4 -' i I'"" ''- , . I. 1 . ! y, ,r;l.vt:.v..!arna'.,-: Il i t" V. till llir JHifl. I i". 11 ti? " '. A'i av-j-i 7.-44N; Jliil I" ai.-i.-or.I- e liil an f" .f A--niiiV. I a ed i"t. i 4.i inn t- '.j. i i .i.'ii'.i-' i Ij-. -n. ill.''- a ttJ a aupi.t.-mcM. ' .-? i tii-- -.i-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. — 12 December 1866

lUiigiiris MlMTlI.iny. A Solemn ftiuiiuui iu ll.c Till, ol the w.nl.l lo be, A' tmrfli'rt hear tlie ,'.it.,e r,!l t,.l-.rc tliry roe, h I lie 01 "1 the p. imlly r per, In tin Inul ho,! t nl iire, To SLl tli.it Imr. almh siHHM 't fsde Are Ivii n oi set, I ( 11. o r. ! Tli-. liriM.'.t cluinif nti Hr-U'Ul rve t itli ni'liiie Msi'i on, Ate only ci, tviii.uit sl,y U l k-niiil ltit, aiegl.c! Tlii're it no frroiiler obstacle to nuc ((! in iiny Hjiln'ro, limn tin-liiij; l'nr ."iitnt'iliin to turn up, iiiili'iitl of "iiig v.'.'uU mid turning up Honu'lhiiijj. Tlio events of lifo, ordered y the cliiMt unci cuiiMiint euro nf tlio Al mighty, luivo each n voice from him lor llio hpirit's ear, u lesson of truth, a iiu'ksuho of duty, a word ot warn ing or relniko, comfort or encoui'ttfre iii tut. How near, how incessant tlio watchful presence indiealeil hy our .Sa viour's words : "Tlio hairs of your head tiro all numbered." Modesty is tlio assertion of one's liojieri, and a genuine humility of feel...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 December 1866

CLEARFIELD Hilt RE PUBLICAN. ar. tun. ixn ov thoicht. In thr ".Id. of Tlimr'it I B,..i ttir i.l.'W" and Ih mowa. An I I" I"""' Irons"!' 0.r tlirtn f." l ''"' 'I'"1" (,t,rTr. of L.I,-.11.1 IV i r ,r ilirra i.l'm i" l' an 1 meadow Jlow.rf tfci will t On th.-ir I'""" 'I"'1 amaranth yo..oiLa, ,,UJ with aVaihlr-m olive Irani, At ! lli" bron , l'.i oau UoJ dinurrt, "I1" l"aa. Oo oo'. W.msrli.t fo out rr!y, PjW th .-rl. of nol.lrrt thought; Do.n lv rimi, .till and piso'.T. soj'l'your goldia i1k be aouglit, Whrn lli W..rlJ'f irint hsart iaHiiisely Thnil In" ""''ii f Tere And Is-rid.. immortal wal.-ra, Anjl '" ""n ""! .fMttunf Wpnrltnrut ilrpttrli. .We subjoin, in a condensed form, several ofthe iinnual rc)iorts of tlic departments of the government, which accoinpanycd tho President's Message to Congress : Itrport of the SrrreUry of the Xbtjt. Secretary Welle reports that the navy ha 27 H vessels. 2,'oi puns and 13,000 men. Fifty-four iron clads are laid tip, and seven' are not completed. Si...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 December 1866

She jttcimMiran. (immiiK B. (iiMini.AMiiR, Kditor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Wednesday Morning, Dec. 20, 1C66. To Our itrudrr. The old yeiir Inn iihont pu.-wd nwuy Beforo wo ndilrerw you iijji.iii, tlio llii- nuulund hallowed influences ol'ChriBt mis and New Years will, wo hope, be htirud by us ull, cither to our profit or loss. All other people and Govern ment seem to enjoy themselves bet ter than we do. While they nro ac Imppy uh mortals can be in thid life we aro unhuppj-, divided, separated The monster that crawled into the nhades of Eden, ban evidently draped bin slimy eareans across our li ratline ; and if thu ugeneieg be has employed re not expelled from the (iarden very noon, the occupants will bo driv en forth, like our first parents, necurs- ed of God und man. The old serpent uceeeded in destroying the social and very nearly the eternal, Imppiness of our race, through the professioa of great wimJoni, "a higher law," and the innocent amusement of eating of the fruit of tlio Garden. H...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 December 1866

THE HI-PUBLICAN, :::lcc. -M, lv'i(. W alMM' .... - r . . . No pi.j.or t.o i-ma iroin m rears, and that we will therefore he office m-xtk. The devil KVd tha ,,hh-,s in .notl. ! ?'V.d . ,,n,,",i"" " n 7 I 7 to bo on bender, provided he " j or coun,n -hv.1. l iit that t o vomi.r m, n named Drugs, MedlCiHCS, Oils, PiintS, D)C- troltl1oMoiidiiliik, ii.lt).e machine ! r.-h-r t,.l M.M.t.m. ry ,.e been StufTs, Patent MsJicifiCS. - to Mop. Aye ao t,rect a P. A Such of or ; J W & fX . nh of very modest ,iberiben., who ' der as are d-M-vim of Laving a , artvMo,, ,K. t,l(o.M,( to u, vrfme vXT p win '"n ' ' -,-. - , . . ..... .,.,t..a iii.ii iita av-ii.iiiiiiii-t.' watt kw.t l.u-y t-ettlinfj their account, for tl.c only IK-ino-ra'.j: daily m the next ten d;1y9 - provided they our extern nn, don't dipoint u. 't 'H v'rt of the j.roere.l - . ; . .' '. r . T, , ! of I'niijrrx-, and a'l other aem- Onc hundred do.la... reward. P.ead ; jial U1J lilm. to the advertisement. J ,im0i 8IlJ a, ,,ltf eWft...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 December 1866

Religions MNnllanj. 'iut is I-irs ? wi i hit iif. r a VnM.it wiim On the eliore of Tune. tfhM it rfi-oih f A i.m wak.uf Tu the lit tutimo. life il like thoee ennjra wlii.-h livening Uliliumra T tUr ahv ( Death la-jine the ni'lt'ity clioiul Of tue ..uj Kieiuny. life lr ut a ahull- of anrrow, ft liking thnmih th! rU of Ml Death ! an ut 1. whii-h ihe m'.m.w tlpena 10 u Heaven'! own bowarl. life ! but trmnnicut pr 'Til torch .r! buruiua: va Death! tin' lii!itni ol Ike taper At the firm ol Ueavea. Life n,l Death are Ivoth Wrow a. 1 K-u-h but ei-Huea tiiffiulilimo llivvn of the uiihty elwnia kolhug down tuv eaaJa of Tima. Prayer i tin crrutid to God j it is reverent, earnest, und definite. Tlio gospel has mndo the iniwt rap id strides when Chrisiitins have hemi engaged in afirchaive moveim-nt" ; and, except ut wit h time, it in diHiiull to dhow tliat it has moved ut all, ex cept backward. The teaching of this and that opin ion mm- liliiaso a mau n fllf'V, ''lit It IS liint? of I'hiiht tha...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 January 1867

jfcf Clrnrfiftd -ttrimMlcnn. gf fubM-rli'tl'T,. AdcMlIun ami 4ultihig. g.i"W"i '" rfr.i.'. - - til' . if p'ttii triJo ir mnl'ii, 3 611 f ft lit until "ft ' r Ikt tspt -rfii' air wirii'A,, 3 00 AJmrf eaj OVe iwfieee, Met, fl (tmc, t J 5ft JaiiMV l ', em, ... J 50 fWiene '"' "'" "l " 1 M Ji..o(lio '""' S ""' - 1 "0 JVua.iral Adrrrli trmenlt, yer eaaere e II I j 1() 'iaee, er ee3 tini4ii,or fee,, J far tlr4 eaAfeyNeH itrtfrttM, 60 0J(Viel Wrti, l ? I'll 'fate, or J'ea 3 ttaiee, or leae, j Far eaai uubirq ueul iNeernoa, 50 p,,,.;nl I'arHt, I year, - - . 4 Sll laral eitieee, " ''"p ... 15 Okif'1 H'cM. wr ''. Jer ''" " 10 ur 0rMieiea, I 00 rf, da t do . IS 0 A, 4a I iu . . JO 00 J'if 'erriefiie', J ee'ann, ' " - 15 00 x i ... . 411 u 1 , . .. T4 00 Tk (tlATt ItUI Apply Only to ilHtiHStDll Ml ap plala, Aavertieeaeiau eat in largre type, r wub eate, er of plaia elyle, "I" charg ed enable lee abore rate, for epaee. tftauae, ei'ayle - - f i 50 ae I eatree, per oatre, . 2 00 4 6 tfMtree,er aut...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 January 1867

She Republican. (tEOHOK 11. (iiHiIll-ASM.Il, I'.ditor. "CLEARFIELD, PA. " Tuursihy Morning, Jan. 3, 18G7. Ttt Stale i.rzin!tttnrt. This body assembled at llarrisburg, on Tuesday last. Tlio Senate organ ired by electing Louis YV. Hall, ol Altoona, Speaker, Geo. W. Hummers ly, Clerk, and a Binall regiment of sen ators' sons and nephews ns inferior ofliecrs. In the House, John V. Glass, Esi., of Fittsburg, tvaseleeted Speaker, and Mr. Benedict, the old Clerk, of Hunt ingdon, was retained, and a full regi ment of loyal relations fill the House hull in the capacity of from folders and pasters down. Thus far tjio old Vig-tvagger, Cameron, has had every thing his own way. A fierce contest was waged for Speaker of the House. Mr. Glass was the Cameron candidate, and Mr. Quay, of Beaver, was the Curtiu choice. All the senatorial aspirants combined against the Cur tiu candidate, and laid him ''high and" we dont know about the "dry." m The Constitution f indicated. Tlio late decision of the Sup...

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 1867

TIIK KEPUHUCAN. atMal Till ksday::::::: :.l miliary H, ll7. Wo c.ill the Rltcntion of Miitnliriln to tlio fiirniH Hint tinilicT lands ofl'ercil f ir salo liy Mr. DivshIit. Soo adver tisement. Mr. M'Divilt, (if Lumber City, offers a valualilo liouso nnd hit and personal property fur balv. Houd his udver inont. . m 1!e Cakeki i.. A clium of ours run I'uul of a Fprig widower and a spruce old bachelor, on New Year's night, pilling the- widows whoso grietx lire buried and the ancient ladies of the borough. Ho says they had a roll of forty-two mimes twenty-seven of the former and fifteen of tho latter, lie failed to yet o copy, as they "gobbled" up tho list, one. widow and an ancient maiden, and ran off. Loiioiou Omctus. Tho following is a correct list of the borough oflicers elected ou Friday last : Justice of tho Pence John W. Shngurt, re-elected liurgess V. V. Jielts. Conslublo Johr. McClclhin. High Constable Andrew Shiigart. Judge of Election James Wrigloy. Inspectors James A. iloore,...

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 1867

Till hsiiav:: ::::.laiuiiirv .'!, IStiT. Wo iv the attention of -n jiit tilist h to tin? fiirind iiiul timber luiuls offered f.irstile ly Mr. ln'Klor. Sec advertisement. Mr. M'Divit t, of Lumber City, offers llrAvr Stock It in Muted I Imt lit ! the ri't ciit New York Out rul rniliicul election, J.o (.nihil I.m k vt titnl voleil on e i.iiimi.iuiii (ii Hock; Henry l.rj on e ,:iiii.i t ami I hilt on f 2,;"'Kl(li(Ml all MninliiifT oh tlio book of tlio coiiijinny in tlieir own nnnie. SherifT's Sales. Wkiimno. One yenr from iniirriagc miilcen n m per wedding; five years u wooden M eddin; ten yenr n tin w ed diiiix; t wentv livo years a silver wed- ' .1: . i:r, .. . . .. ..... I I I i: i .. ..1....l.l l,B nr., I l.,t .,....,.,ru,,,K f""" " h""' "COIIMl-, unci B 1'"" ; ...,., ili'iinfiii.l ......I. property for bale. JteuJ liis adver- ment. lie Cakeiti..--A clium of ours run foul of a sprig widower ami a spruce olJ bachelor, on New Yuiir'tt night, ptlling tlio widows whoso oriels are buried...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 January 1867

Udlslous lUUrlt.t.i). He Knowith Au-' llo kimwith tho wny that 1 tuUo." Job xxiii. 10. The twilight full", the ntglit i near, I fold my woik e". And knclto one wii" hni'ii to hear The limy (if tile day. The old, old story i ytl I kllctl To t II it ut '1 iiy c.ill, Ami cur.e prow lijtli'cr a I fxl ll.nl Jems knons tlx'iu all' Yee, nil! Tlio niorninK and Ihc night, Ibo jnv, tlii1 end, tlit loss, Tlio rmiir'liciiiil palli, tho sunbeam brilit, 'J'be lioui ly thorn and cross. Tbou knnwot all I lean niy liriid ; My wrary oyrliils ct"c; Content and Kind awhile to tread This palb, since Jesus know ! And He ha loved tne t All my heart With answering lovo is stirred, And i-very snguihliod min and smart Finds healing in the word. Bo hero I Iny mo down to rest, An nightly shadows full, And lean confiding on b0 breast Who knows and pities alt ! No one can be a living, prowing Christian, who docs not i'ecd the fount ain with secret communion with God. It is not tho sphere in which wc movo, but th...

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 1867

;;,c tflfiut.rui ilr publican Ti:tlMS 'F Hl'llft'HIPTloN. in ii.l viil', or within llitva mon'lia, Iff 00 J Ml 3 I'D ' mul V.. (..re n't inmitli' t. p.iui n'tir the rpirll.'f m-nlh, I! ATE1' 'il" ADVKKTtMXtl. A liuiui.tr.ievr: 'mi'l Lxcvutur' nolk't s, each, Aulilora' uotii-ee, rai-h, (',,u,i,.ii, oii'l liMpiya, t'n. ttiuv-s, -lli...lliliim ii'itkri". r.'li. II liniM, Tran.inl adn-rllsenirnte., per qunr of 10 liiiMor leas, " ' f',tr eiu li aiilnii'qui'iit irin-rtion, OTi .-i:J ailvrrlim-iiifiitu, forraoh Munreof 10 or li'", S time or Irss, -For ciu'h subiM'tiioiit insertion, rrufriii,ifcl c""1'. 1 y,iri ,.k.iiI n.'tiw. V" '' oi.iiuary mitii','", over five lints, pur lino, Ycailv slvcrtiimmtuli,, 1 square, po - do Iu - 11 lu Po - J column, Ho - 1 do Do 1 do A linn 3 ill 1 .'.II 2 00 1 to 60 I 50 Ml 6 00 15 10 s oo 12 00 JO Oil 25 110 411 00 7i 00 --The above rati'H npply only to adverli.c nn'iiti et up plain. Aitvertin-nicnts srt In large tvpe, or Willi cuts, or out of plain etyle, w...

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 1867

She gcpttMican. Ueorok B. Gooiilaniif.r, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thnraiay Morning, Jan. 10, 1867. The n'ahinglon Hump. This body having adjourned over en the 20th ult., for Iwo weoks, re MHemblcd on tho 3d inat. But little other than csueussing has been done. The disunion memborg prcsont meet every day in secret, for tho purpose of maturing thuir treasonable schemes. Tho impeachment of the President has boon tho chief business for tho past weok, but nothing definite has trans pired upon this point, as those who possess less than sevon dovils oppose the impeachment programme of Ste vens, Ashley li Co. Tho leaders have not pressed the question very closely up to this time, boennso a large num ber of the "loyal" mombcrs nro out foraging, though ostensibly engaged in tho investigation and exposition of frauds committed by the "loyal" office. holders. There is a committee at New Orleans, investigating the late riot; anothor at Charleston, looking after dead negroes; and still anothor giv...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 January 1867

t THE REPUBLICAN. TiirBSKAV::::: ::::Janmiry 10, ISO". liooil books nt Walson't lrng store. Kvervboil) hliould buy them, liend tlie advert ibcmcul in nnollier culuuin. Jim. Stucy W, Thompson offers n valuable property ass burliness stand or form fur salo or rent. See adver tisement. Senator Wallace will please accept our tbanks for valuable public docu ments. Tbo pamphlet copy of the Governor's Message wo have no nso for, unless we file it for iuture uso, and as a reproach against tho "Soldiers' friend." A Compliment. Vt are pleased to know that the Democracy of Clear field, although invaded and treated as rebels during tho war, are neverthe less appreciated at llarrislmrg. As a mark of this, wo refer to tho Demo cratic caucus nominees for officers of the Senate ; our young friends, A. V. Walter and David Buck, being the nominees for Transcribing Clerk and Doorkeeper. This mark of respect is no doubt fully appreciated by these gentlemen. Lawrence Township Officers. At an election he...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 January 1867

The Baht Soi.nm Aiitlu-r liulc primtw Mustirvd lu The Briny of U-triptntion Aud 01' Bill. Another soldier ariniiig Fur I hi strife, To tight (he toilsomo battles (II lik-. Another lit t lc sentry Who will stand On guard, while ovili prowl On every hand. Lord, our little darling liuide and save, 'Mid the perils of the march Tu tho grove. "Wo must conscerato our faculties and our work, whiitovcr they aro, to human wclluro. How can wo know that a man lias died unto sin, unless ho has lived tin to rightcounncss ? Because it is truo that God worlccth all things according to tho counsel ol his own will, it doou not follow that Christiar.s havo nothing to do. Every man hath a domestic chap' lain within his own bosom that preach' cs over tho sermon to him again, and comes over him with "Thou art tho man." Every ono who has a heart to pray, a tongue to speak, or a penny to give, may Coa"workertogctlior with God." And who has uot one or all of theso to work with? Shall tho great Housokeeper 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. — 17 January 1867

ANOTHER VETO MESSAGE, j .IV fro Stt'rrf In Ihf titrlrt mf j T,, fAr Si1v of the Pm'f. ! St.it I have received nnd considered a bill entitled "An ne t to regulate llic clcolive franchise in tlio 1 if-trivt of Columbia," p!cd by the Senate on ' tie 13th of December, and by the , Hon of I.opresenlativcs on the suc ceeding day. It was presented for; my approval on the 2itli ultimo mx. dnvs after the adjournment of Con-. ,,ress and in now returned with mv . l,iiiniii in ihe Senate, in which InmIv vi j- -"- I . it originated. ; Measures baviug been introduced at I the conimencemciit of the first session man, or granted to him on qualifiea of the present Congress, for the ex- cations requiring intelligence or pro- tension of the elective franchise to ; pereous of color iu the District of Co-, iie District of Columbia to try an j licence. In a population in that State iumhia. steps were- taken by the cor-1 experiment which their own constitu-j of 1.2:!l,0Tti, there were, by the census porat...

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 1867

She $ciullitan. Geoiuie li. Uooih-andkr, lvlitor. 'C L E A R FIELD, P A . Thursday Morning, Jan, 17, 1867. Hunator Wallace arrived at homo latit oveninc, and informs us that every "loyal" Senator and mcmbor voted for Gon. Cameron on J uesuny exoopt Gen. Harry Whito (the man who spent $5,000 of tho Slate funds on the 4th of July) and Billingfolt, from Lancaster. Onk More. Ono after another the "loyal'' propB are yielding to tho su law of the land. Tho United States Supremo Court decided, on Monday last, that the Missouri test oath; required of clergyman was un constitutional, and that tho Congrcs Bional test oath imposed upon attor neys was ac ex post facto law, and therefore unconstitutional. If the Executive and the Judiciary continue in the good work, the "machine" will soon be where "Old Abe" found it in 18G1. Impeachment On the celebrated 8th of January, while tho Democracy throughout the Union were celebrating Gon. Jackson's victory at Now Orleans, tho Disunion Kumpers at Washi...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 January 1867

I UK HITUBUCAN. ii'-iiAT::::::"":"":,-''in,,1,,'y ihtHorrtiHr bltttr t'ontmlllrr. V niceling o! the Democratic Stale winniiltco will l0 liekl lit Bolton's l,,l, Ihrrittbtirg, on TUKSDAY, uh JANUARY, nt 71 1 M. Full ttiidiinco is tlewired. WM. A. WALLACE, Cli'm. lliirrisburg, Pa., Jan. 10, ISO". Yo ore requested to nnnounco tliut in l!ov. J. 11. Kori'ool, Bishop of the Western Diocese of Fenrmylvunin, will liold servieo in the hpisoopal lliurch, in tliis place, on Saturdny evening ;iiid Sunduy morning; will iidininistcr the Bite of Confirmation. Tho Democratic Almanac for 18G7, ii now for sale nt C. I). Watson's. Mork Supervisors. Tho citizens uf Burnsido township, at thoir lato election, voted largely" in favor of a law authorizing them to elect four supervisors for- that township, at the next election. Wo aro pleased to know that our business men uro now laboring under a serious attack of railroad lever. Wo bono thev will never recovo until tho rwhistio of tho engine restores thoin...

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 1867

EfUfllous WisftUanit. Pernlor, lave you ft home in lieavcn awaiting you? We liav no riglils which arc wrongs to other ooile. Those persons who do most good deeds are leaet conoious of it. JudgnuMit is the. throne of pru dence and silence is its sanctuary. God's wo)lo are bound to Bludy to promoto God's glory. The devout lile is life rondored up as an oflering on the alter of Human ity. The truly grateful heart may not be ablo to tell ot gratitude, uui it i-iiu lool and love ana act. Tl, Mutnen of the devout lilo l coiisccrntion, devotion to unselfish, hu mane, holy ends. ' It must bo life. Xo man is born into the world 'whoso work is not born, with him. There is always work, and tools to work with, tor those wno win. Because God has promised bread to those who nsk him, docs not loiiow .hat Christians are not to seek out and feed the hungry. Love to Christ, and holy zeal for the salvation of men, are alembics in which virulent hostilities are melted, and old friendships cemented with...

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