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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 January 1867

lir.TTI.K Tll .01.I. Jl.tlir Ihltn fM In ""I rrl.oiwi Ml tin-,''11, l It'll r)irn their lal.nr, rlnac ; Hi i'it thtii n"M i, tlic ior tntm'a alt-Tp, jtllll tll l'l' "'ill dr"'"ll 111" tilltlllMT dt-rp, llnnp ili'i'l'iud ilraiiplit, l' 'I'f tlitwtiY bt-il U hrni Imurr il.. lii a.-bilig bMl, Itu eimple opiate l.'tKiir il'i-,,i A iborliT nift'l 0 the Inlet of tln-ama. Itfltrr than pM li thinking mind, That in the realm of lunik cau liuj A trre.ure iuriTW,in(r AilntraJiail tire. And live with the pn-at and frond ul Jura, Tlie aw'- hire ami the pm-l'i la. Tlie frluriffl of empire puna away. The world's great drama will thna unfold. And vivid a pleasure belter than gold. Potter than K"ld ia a peaceful homo, Where all the fireside eliitritira otnite, The ahrine t Itivo, tbo heaven of lile, Hllluwed b.T inulber, ii,ter or Witt!, However htimhle the hnmc uinv be, (Ir trit'd wilb eon-ow hv hetiven'a decree, Tlie hli-Min? that never were boucht or eulj, And centre tlirrc, are better than gold....

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 1867

Zt jrtcpuMiran. Gkoroi B.Goodlanpkr, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, Jan. 24, 1867, Washington. Affuirs t the National Capital arts not improving much. The disunion element has boon strengthened by the roturn of the boss Jayhawkors from the Senatorial raids to thoir respec tive States. Tho impeachment plot hue been confided to such unclean bands that it is likelv to "play out." It is a bold method of bribery, but the Presi. dent cot being a Cameron, Ashley & Co. will find themselves short, espec ially if they are compelled to make Jo. Holt-Conover witnesses. Tho bills for tho admission into the Union of Colorado and Nebraska, af ter much quibbling and delay, has passed both Houses by a small major ity, after striking out of thoir respect ive Constitutions the word white, bo as to allow negroes the right of vo ting on an equal footing with the "mean whites." Thus the Bump is now actually engaged in making Con Btitutions for the people of the Terri tories. The plea that ...

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 1867

Tin; KEPUHUCAN. TiuKsi)AY:::::::::::::::::Jamiiry 2 J, lM'7. .Surveyor licnural (.'unitilirll will plpiiso nccopt our tlinnks for ft cojiy of , is annual rt-jiort. We are rIho untlrr obligations to (.'ol Hunt, of tho II on so, for valimblo Legislat'ivo documents. Wc call tiie aUcntidn of our renders totlie fact that Jumes Milos now offers, one of the liost trnets of land wo know of, for either a farm or for timber and coal purposes. See Lis advertisement in another port of tins paper. Tlio attention of tlio traveling pub lie, and watermen particularly, is call ed to tlio card of Mr. James L. Curry, who has leased that well known pub lic houso in Lumber City, formerly kept by Thomas Davis. Ho starts out with the determination to let the public know that he runs tho American . Wc are highly gratified at the pros poet of a railroad in this direction. Tlio proposition made by tho I'onn sylvaiiia Railroad Company is liberal, under the circumstances, and will no doubt be accepted by our c...

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 1867

JSrUpJcttj'Ur'ffilanjt. How ninny poiully men tlioro fire ho, in truth ro well -nich pno.t for nothing ! In rotative virtue they are not wnntinf. but tl" hl'lTOKMVO force they hava noi.e. They wieli wi ll and punk favorably ot ali meritorious- un dertaking. Tlieir inclinations nro of a nature to enable them to ahonnd in everv trood word, while tlieir "easy co softlv" temneranients keen tlietn back from every pood work. It is a eerioua question, indeed, whether or no such a prado 01 m'Cfuory con seieneo as rules people- of tlio ubove named clans deserves to bo respected ns wholosomelv Christian. A bal l nenco from the commission of evil is, of course, a virtue in itself, and what are styled tho pastiivo virtues, such as pationco, forbearance and resignation, are of inestimable valuo. Yut these of thouisolvcs cannot give complete ness to Christian character, however essential they may be to its integral composition. Silent Influences It is the bub bling spring which flows gentle, the ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 January 1867

I jinnies and iltttf, day, month and voar of Hit erection or tho several unities of tlm Commonwealth ul Pennsylvania, ntiJ this territory tVoiq, which" they won formed; tho three (i,t counties which wero formed, to wit - Philadelphia, Uupk and Chester, were established at first settlement of tho Provinetrof Pennsylvania, and formed tho only original comities of all that territory of which tho now groat Mate iH formed, comprised of sixty-six counties, as follow, to wit : Adams, January !, 1800, formed of a part of York. Alleghony,Scptomler24,1788,form e.l of a part of Westmoreland and Washington. Armstmnir. March 12. 1R00. formed of a part of Allegheny, Westmoreland and Lycoming. Beaver, March 12, 1S00, formed of a part of Allegheny and Washington. Bedford, March !, 1771, formed of a pVt of Cumberland. Berks, March 11, 1752, formed of a part of Philadelphia, Chestor and Lan caster. Blair, February 20, 1M0, formed of a part of Huntingdon and Bedford. Bradford, February 21, 1810, form ...

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 1867

She StymMiciui. w , (ieoiuiK 1$. (toudi.andkr, Editor. CL EAR FIELD, P A. Thursday Morning, Jan. 31, 1867. Tht .Vutional Crisis. Tho people of lli is country seem to profit but little by experience. Four yonra of fratricidal war, with its un told evils ond personal affliction, seem to bo forgotten already. A portion of tlio people seem as determinedly bent on National ruin, as they wero in 1 &G0. Though warned timo and again not to elevate a western political jay luiwker to tho Presidency that dis union would bo tho result they heed lessly oust their ballots to put in power those, who hud openly doclurcd it would overthrow our union. They said they did not want war, disunion mid an urchy ; yet they coolly, in November, 1800, voted for tho very men who hud promised all this. Whether fathers preferred greenbacks and 5-20 and 7-30 bonds to their sons, we are not able to say; but this much wo will say: that many of them grasp nnd caress their bonds to day moro affec tionately than t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 31 January 1867

TIIH REPUBLICAN. TiiniKiiAY:::::"::::::::".lanni-y til, 1 S7. ilr. 1. A. Wise oilers u vuluuMo j.rojM-rtj' fur sii'.o. Rond liis ndver- tirMlltllt. T no llorouyh "tltuls" uro nftor tho Hiiti-snow-Kliovolers with n sharp stick. Read tlo proclamation of tlio liurgens tliu'whcro. In 1'rospf.ct. Wo aro promised a railroad rido from our town to Phila delphia, on tho 4th of July, 1808; provided, neither of us ''fizzlo out" before wo swing nround thoso seven teen months. Our worthy Shorifl', although a rcg iilnr "copperhead," according to loj itl parlance, in tho lino of his duty, adopts loyal precepts. When he pack ed his trunks for Allegheny city, tho other morning, ho totally ignored tho distinctions of raco and color and packed one of A. L'h. "pet lambs" in with a white man. Kf.sioned. Ym. V. Wright, Esq., Cashier of the County National Bank, has resigned his position in Unit m Ktilulion, in order to resume, more, ne tivo duties in the lumber trade. The lioard of Directors have electod...

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 January 1867

Acts nro rtip which we niny fill wilh ruin-witter or wilh ncclur; il matters lit t lo whether tho cup is l' st in") or china, ao lonirnil brims w ith tho spirit of Go.l. SnlilcnoKK in not in tlio iliity but in tho din position th;tt performs it; it is not tlio gill hut tlio jroodnoM which prompts it that innkcs charity the crowning virtue. Whilo ambition highs i'or a "iiiisttioii," sym pathy bocomos a miniKtoring angel, pouring heavenly bulm into wounded hcurts; ami whilo vanity liuigiiiHlior) for public display and applause, l'uilh unncAls tlio lii and touches tlio tongue writh tiro. 'IruBt and hopo and gen erous longings fill tho voico with BwcctnosH, the words with luseiniition, and tho air with grneo ; and penitence and lovo and UHpirution mako every act a prayer, overy uttoranco music; and tho breath inuonso. A groat spirit makes a great lif'o anywhere. Let us havo tho spirit and we shall lead the lilo. With souls saturated with CliriHt iun sentiments and all compact of vir tue...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 February 1867

TWO MORE VETO MESSAGES. Yi of Colorado Hill. Washington. .Inn. 2, 1HI7. The following it tlio message of the President vetoing tlio bill fur the nd mission of Colorado os a Stato into Union : To the Smate f the I'nited Notes : 1 return to tho Senate, in which house, it originated, n bill entitled "An net to admit tlio State of Colorado into tho Union," to which 1 cfttinot consistently with my senna of duty givo my njiirovnl. With tlio cxcep-1 lion of u additional section contain-1 in;; new provisions, it is substantially j tho same as tho bill of n similar title i passed by Congress during tho biht session, su iimiueo. ionic i reunion 1 101 Ins approval, returned with tho ob jections contained in a message bear-" in? Onto tno lain or May last, unu yci awaiting the reconsideration of tho Senate. A second bill, having in view the same purpose, has now passed both bouses of Congress, and been presented for my signature. Having jigiiin carefully considered the subject, 1 hnvo been unabl...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 February 1867

am. TVM-. lull ' U ..- '-. -sr '-y,-.. UfiOKOK 1$. (ioODLANHKH, Kllitor. "" CLE A R.FIEL D , P A. Thursday Morning, Feb. 7, 1867. Proponed .1mmdmrnl lo lite He hoot l.mr. At tho Convontion of County Super intendents of tlio State, held at Ilnr risburg, on tho 4th of December Inst, resolutions were passed recommending that tho School law bo bo amended uh to provide for tho raising of a School fund by general and equal taxation, sufficient in amount to defray tho ex penses of koeping tho schools in oper ation for a term of six months in each year. This mettor should now be pressed upon tho attention of tho Leg islature. Great inequalities have here tofore existed in taxation and length of school terms. The inequalities ex isting can in no way bo bettor illus trated thon by quoting from the lute report of tho State Superintendent. Ho sayg : Tbe local taxation lo several of the counties li really oppressive, while in other it ii but trifling. n several districts the thirteen niilif allo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 February 1867

Tin: ltEPunucAN. tKctifiuirv 7, lH(iT. TlirBKl'AT:: Wo arc not very much oiiligiM l Scnntnr liiickiilcw, for voting nniiiNt tlio rc.liiition of tUu tariff on ynpor, but we puppoHi! tliopnprr milkers nro: that in.ono mtm in one humlrcd tlious ii ml is benefited by liis vote. This in not vory ilriiiocrittio. Sumo clover hod)' lott n splondid now four-bladcd poii-knilo on our ta ble a lew days ago, '-for na." Wc liuvc examined the article and came to the conclusion that it in good "for us," and the finest specimen of knifo kind wo ever possesKcd. We nro informed that Joseph Shaw & Son, keep boiiio of the sumo kind on hand. Tho annual county statement ap pears iu our columns tliiu weok, and iu liaruiony with every tiling else since the second advent of loyalty, the amount aggregates about throe fold. Tho "lato lamented" so arranged mat tew, whilo lie bad charge of tho "nia thino'ihut it now takes three dollars to greane it to one it did before s We are under obligations to our old 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. — 7 February 1867

$rl!oloun liUlcffUanjf. Yoctiiitl Training. In tlie ivli gioui nurture of children we ohoulJ uddrcsiouiik'lvctfur more thnti we do to the ontinirnt of honnty in their wind. We aro enter to fill our homos with bountiful and costly objects, but nre slow to fill our minds mid their with beautiful thoughts. We are im patient to clothe ourselves and them In the finest nppnrcl, but we are alto gether too patient ol repulsive habits and (Informing dispositions. Wo want to geo ourselves and mako them sec that beauty, taste and cleganco are great things; and that all meanness, ill-tompcr, fretfulness, falsehood and wrong ure utterly ugly. We need to Bee for ourselves, and help them to feel tho unspcuknble attractiveness of mor al beauty, tho lovliness of truth, the charm of a sweet, forgiving spirit, and tho splendor ol selt'-snorilieo ; that every bad hubit is a sin against taste and beauty, as well as an offence against the. Holy Ghost; that a soul full of Christian goodness is as superi 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. — 14 February 1867

Tnil COASTlTCTK'.NAt A.Mr.Ml MKN TS. SPEECH OF HON. WM. A. WALLACE. 1 tnr Sr.i-rr. Sr.sAtr, Jam 4i;i II, 1m"7.' ro'ii.-.tt' lt.i'intr Ml' r roofioYralion .limit l;,..('ntiuil rulilvniK llir Aui.mltiii-nt. to Iba Con ,l'I:oli,.ii ol lb.- l mini fWH- Mr. Wallace said : jlr. Speaker, before proceeding to take ii' t licso propositions, I wish to reply briefly to what the Senalor l'rom Philadelphia P'r- Council nnd tho Senator from lSradford Mr. Liiiidon liiive siiid. The Senator from Hradford, Mr. Lundon. in most choice language, asserts llio dentil of tlic IVmoeralic party, imd proceeds to nttiiek its men mid ils principles ill tliu most virulent manner. In 1U;!, in lbUI, in 1S05 Hiul in we heard this same noise, withstood tho samo assaults, and imiiutained our usual equanimity. If Senators nre satisfied that a party that can foll thirty-six thousand more votes i ill Mid than in 181)3, for tho same office, it dead, they will, probably, Home day, iiwako to tho fact that it still lives, ...

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 February 1867

jx'rpcluil v w as rmli'ly iUI:u ! it. nml thu will mill llio j'nwiir ul'tlio icnilo havo rc-ntlirim'il it nml writ ten tliiii' decree in Moml ; nml, wiiinrr tr Inter, tho will ami tlio mwer hi' the im'i'Io w ill decree tlint tliw p-.wi jn-ir-tinna ulinll not ho (leliienl, tluil lu'iiu tit'iil symmetry mamil, or tlint nicely luljiisteil inncliiiierv deHlroypil J but that llio equality f tho Slntea uiul tlmir rijrht to control hiill'iiiire, tire among ''tho rights and authorities re served to the StJitcs nml tho people, und tiro equally incorporated Willi and CHsentiul to the success of tho gcnpriil Hvstem." May wo not hineerely pray that this decree may not bo reentered in blood 1 She gcpubHcim. c CtEOHUE li. Goohlandkii, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, Feb. 14, 18C7. The Amendments. Wo this week jmbliidi the speech of Senator Wallace, delivered in the Semite on tho 14lh of January, on the passage, in that body, of tho Disunion amendments to the United States Constitution, ...

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 February 1867

Till; REPUBLICAN. 'I'm RnAV:::::::::"::::I-'oliruary 11, Ii7. Tln!"t pi'i sons holtling liininly Loiuls will l.-iii ii stiini.'lliiiif' to tlit-ir interest liv reailing nn nl vertisoinont in anoth er culumn. Sr.vi J'.itcnt. Our young friend Jiavid liuck, lias jmrcliiiHed the rijlit ol this eoiinly for a new "Patent li.'iini and Jiea.ly Keciconer, ami oilers lor tale, at reasonable figures, township ' rights or ninglo scales. This scale will tell the correct weight of an article, nnd at the. same time indicate, the cost, at any given price. AVe advise our numerous merchants and retailers throughout the. county, who are in i ..r I l.. l I Mr. llutk, as lie as well as the scale will do exactly whatjio represents. Tub I'uNCfcKr. As announced in our last, the '-Mountain Orchestra" in con- nection with the "Philinsbur- Cornet I Ijiind," gave a concert in the Court llouoe, on Thursday evening last. In Ihi. afternoon of that day tho troupe, iibout twcnty.five in number, entered j 1 own, pla...

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 February 1867

I'loo to tlio cImsiM ni mum- . your ;V:;n:n',!, j ;; (.)., v .'iir , y. ."! ! is tlii-rr N u ('.." in in-. in.i O' I. il.itus in c. j.lMiiiy, liiniM'li.dil iiiuiiM'.r.i tioim, or f;uvorIiientiil rclaliims no one can resist tlio wiles of tlio tli'vil iminfuUv, Mistnin an e'iuililrium of calm, peaceful, humblo resignation and joyfulncss, without gaining wisdom Binl Htrcnth in tlio closet. Wives, do you believe this ? Mothers do you ? Mark well, behold that mother, com ing from tlio closet, with a f'aeo shin inj in holiness as hid that of .Moses when dec-ending the Mount of God. What now? Panoplied? armed with helmet, sword, and shield? her feet shod with tho preparation of the fjos J)cl of peace ? Ratlin is bruised under her feet. Satan finds no lodgment. All his fiery darts ore hurled in vain. Slio is clothed with humility. The graces c.f tho spirit shine forth radi antly ; love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentloness, goodness, faith. Sho goes forth from tlio closet unned. Sisters, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 February 1867

ANTONY AND C I.IMIFATH . IIUK. IIUI. Tht 'fi'lK'"J V"" " liroI,01,nr"' ,0 mruuallrd, in Pl' ?''. English language ' I tin dying. Egypt, dying; Kt.be thsenmson liie-tide faat And the dark, I'lutonian shadows Gather OB th evening blast I Let tbin aims, 0, IJuecn, enfold i lluib thy sobs and bow thine ea 1 Limn to (he (rest bearteeoreU Thou, nnd thou alone niuil hear. Though my scarred and veteran legions Bear their eagles high no more, And my wreckfnl and scattered galleys Strew dark Aetium's fatal snore Though aoglittering guards aurruund me. Prompt to do the matter1! will, nud perish like a Komen lie the great Triumvir atill ! Let not Cesar's tervile minions Mark Ibe lion tliui laid low ; 'Twaa no foeiuau's armi that felled hint, Twai hii own that struck the blow His, who, pillowed on thy bosom, Turned aside from glorjr'a ray Hit, who, drunk with thy oaretaet, Madly threw a world away, Should the bate, plebeian rabble iare aeiail my name at Home, Where tbe noble spouse, Ootaria, Wee...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 February 1867

She gcpuWiran. v 1 JJ1,Umi AT.-. Geoko B. Gooulanukr, fcditor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, Feb. 21, 1867. Doctoring the .rntion. Tlie politiiul quacks wlio have benji doctoring the country for tlie, past five years, ocem to know as little about the disease to-day as when they took it in charge We notified the people then not to trust them because of thoir unprofessional skill. Had our advice been taken we would not have three thousand viillion dollars of a medicine bill to pay, and the putient still un cured. Two weeks ago wo volunteer ed another prescription, which some what alarmed our sensitive t.eighbor. He however fails to deny any portion of our article, but interprets it to be a threat of war. If it is such, the four datum was laid by leading loyalists. It is not tbo first time our Disunion neighbor treated our "doctoring" ad ith contempt. In 1SG0 ho was foolish enough to batter down his ow n house, and if he pursues his present cours he will do the same thiug in 1868, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 February 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. THCMOAT:! :Fclrury 21, IHU7 Ice Crbam. We are requested to Ute that n Ice Cream (oatival, for the boncfit of tho Baplibt Sunday School, in thia placo, will be hold at the rchidunce of M. A. Frank, Esq , on to-morrow evening,(22d,) whorcjall the friends are invited to attend. We call the attention of our lum bermen to the card of Goorgo Falk, Esq., proprietor of the "Susquehanna Hotel" at Coxestown. Mr. Falk has, during the past summer, blowed out a numbor of rocks at his landing, and has planted posU fur half a mile above his botol. Give him a call. Briad roa the JJunory. Messrs. Cutler and McBride desire us to in form Lumbermen, that they intend to apply them with bread during the approaching rafting season. Thoy in tend to erect a "Shebang" at the land ing above the bridge, at this place, where those in want of tho "staff of lifo" can be accommodated. Information. The raftmen will no doubt be pleased to learn, that in the future, lodging and provisions can be had a...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 February 1867

We muit tnto pnll if wo im lo luste plory. If itinillid ly fuiih, wo must gaffer trilMilic.lonK W'lun Uotl cave a onl, ho trios it. Some believers rtre tuich atirpriaed wken tliey Bin culled tomifler. They lhonlit tl :cy would do mo great thing for (iod, lull nil he permit them to do is to sutler !'r his sako. (io around to every one in glory. Each will have different story to tell, j ot every ono a tale of sutler HiRS. But mark I nil are In-onlit out of lliein. It was a dark eluod, hut it passed away. The water was deep, but they reaehed the other si.lo. Not ono there will blame (iod for tho way he led them thither. "Salvation" i their only cry. Child of (iod, murmur not nt your own lot. You mutt have a plain as well as a white robo. Learn to glory in tribulution also. Borne one gays tho Ilihlc is tho book of lawn, to show tho right and wrong. It ia tho book of wisdom that makes the foolish wiso; It is the book of truth, which detects all human errors. It is tho book of life, which...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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