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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 February 1867

t Itcccints ami fcipmm-rcs OF Cl'irl'il rmntj, I'eimijlaatiia (or the year A. 1., lhCAi 1). W. MOORE, Esq , Treaenrer of Clearfield eounir.ln the Coeainenwe lib of rvnna.vlrantA, In x-.'ounl with aai eountjr. from the lt day of January, A. 1, lbSl, tlotil lb Jib liey ul January, 1.67 i debtor. To BiK'tint recileed from Collector for 186ft, and and iiroTtiiui T'nr, $ 1 5,0 Us To ain't reo'ii from uneeatod landa, ltl,i-IS S3 To am't te.il from Collector' returna, 15 t-8 To ain't reti'd from Colieotor on State, l,2Htl 8 To am i ree'd from unacated on Stale, 3,3:1.1 03 lum'l rco'J from H lir fund, 2,h:2 tiy To aui'i rro'd ficui Colluotora on Plate, 61 HI) To anit ree'd from Coinuiiaatotiuta' hooka, 214 I'll To atu't roc'd from C. Kralier.lalo Treaa'l, 62 U CREDITOR. P-y e.ie?e.ra' wage, $60 CO Ily agricultural, l"0 00 lty elctinu eapenaea. l.t'-M To Ty Commonwealth eoata, 2,e&3 8.1 lty runsinMea return, 20 40 liy county mapa, 452 00 II; court home bonda, 2,500 00 hy court honee bnnd...

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 February 1867

$hc fjScimbliran. C'-.-.tt (tF.IIHOE H.GliOtlt.ANUKK. hilitor. "CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, Feb. 28, 18C7. The borough of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, which lias here tofore, polled lrom 8U0 to WOO votes, has, under the Congressional negro voting bill, run tip a registered list of votersnunibering 2,353, of whom 1,352 are white, and Dl negroes. At tho election on Monday tho negro enndi-1 taries, and the whole was to be con ... , ,,....:: Utrucled ol cood Bubstantiul crib work, onto was eiecteu major uj -r"- j ij, uui uiewimo j.e..jMv v... 1 city councils. T .i I AtHisPost. lhoi(cH((;m(-fr,tliOj loj-al organ of llucks countj-, an-: noun eed that Gen. W. W. II. lavis was a candidate for Collector, in that district, to which he replies : "This is not tho case. We positively refused to bo a candidate, and our name was never presented to the Executive. We can't be disposed of in this way we are reserving our energies to raise a brigade to defend the President against Co...

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 February 1867

TIIM UKL'UnUCUN. : Fibrillin- -S l7. Till rshaY:::::::: liBKAU r'OHTIIK lll'MilH. Mosi-rs. CuiIlTiiJ MoHrido desirous lo in form Lumbermen, that tlicy intend to Hupi'ly them with breiul during iho njipronching rutting seuson. Tlicy in tend to erect a "Shebang" nt tho land ing nbovo tho bridge, Qt this place, wiiero those in want of tho "staff of life" can be accommodated. In Kcstacius. Wo labor under the extreme jilonsuro this week of having the half of our "form" "iiicd." The Jlevil eays tho only lino that remained whole and unbroken was, "Insure, against all Accidents." Wo have dry goods, stoves, hotels, drugs, hardware, bunks, soap, fire arms, grape vines, dress-making, real estate, railroads, attorneys, boots and 6hocs, and insu rance companies, all mixed up togeth er. O, it's d (1 delightful. We cull tho attention of our rcadcrB to tho report of Mr. Worrall, the Ln giuoer appointed by Iho Governor to construct sluices in the dams of the Susquehanna nnd its tributaries, lor the ...

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 February 1867

'Aix' Wri.!.!" Th. day l ended. Tit t s'nk I WP. My weary spirit seeks rcpoee In Thiue, Father I forgiv. my (rtpojte, and h.p 1'hta little lil ol miue. With loving kindness eurlain Thou my bed j Anil cool in tho mt my burning pilgrim feet; Tb. pardon beth. pillow for ny brad Bo shall my sleep be iwmU At pew with all the world, dear Lord, nd The, No feare my soul's unwavering lailb cat ehnko; All e well 1 whichever side the K1' fur m' Tbe uiorniDgliU( oiay break I Care for the Souls of Stranokrs. A noble Christian woman upon bcr death bed used the followi. language: 'in looking ovor my past, lil'u," lio said, "I fuel llint I have neglected oulti in a degrees truly criminal. For my childron, my ftiendH, and my servants I Imve labored find prayed; but there. I rested. The ApoBtlo l'aul did not ceaso bislaboi-sut tho point whore the world's etiquolto requires it. But this I have done j and to-night I leel press ing upon my heart lost opportunities in which I might have won souls for Chr...

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 March 1867

TUB AMERICAS FOLANiV SPEECH OF HON. C. RrBUCKALEW, l, Till I'.B. SnATK, hi. II, IH07. The f-ensle hiring nnirr eensideration the bill lo Tulao'liic u-n swvervign Stalss of Ui t'nioa Mr. lii'CKALKW said : Mr. President, my vote hns been solicited lor the present amendment by gentlemen in whoeo judgments 1 have very much confidence ; and in one respect the adoption of the amend ment would bo quite propor, perhaps beneficial. In bo lUr as it places a limit upon this enormous, novel, end portentious military power tho bill intends to cstublish, it mny bo vindica ted by sound reasoning and considera tions of public policy. Any limitation whatever will be better than the ub sence of all limitations in the proposi tion us introduced before us. But, sir, there, ure two reasons which will induce, me to vote against (bis amendment. In tho first place, 1 am opposed to the proposition which it contains upon a consideration of the merits of the proposition itself. 1 am averse, from thorough conv...

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 March 1867

. rrr i -1 . -.-, ""C'-'iW.r: 1.. - '. tiKiiiic.K It. (iooin.ANnm, Kilitur. CLEARFIELD, PA. . Thursday Morning, March 7, 1867. Cirnco Greenwood is in favor of giv iug tho ballot to every woman ho runs a sewing maehino or wash tub. Thai' sensible. l.xil rovinu. We learn by thoiVn ocrat that tho nneient borough of Doyleslown is giving way to improve ments this spring. The editor notices the. putting up of two new bigns the week previous. A bill has passed tho lower House of our Legislature, authorizing the Kocorder of Deeds in the several coun ties to receive nnd enter of record nil Soldier's disehargo papers This is tho only effective way of preserving thoso valuable papers. The President has vetoed tho "mili tary reconstruction bill," and uNo the act "regulating the tenure of civil offices." L'pon the receipt of the vetoes, tho Hump at once acted upon the bills and passed them into laws by tho constitutional number of votes. The Kadicul Disunionists in tho Western States aro trying ...

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 March 1867

Till REPUBLICAN. x'lin!lAV.:::::::::::::::":":Mrcli 7, UtiT. ' Ifimorrnllr sittlr t'oiirrnllon. Tin' IVinratic r-fte t'uitiiiillter, at it niMliiijr, on J:ihuiry J 'ill. t lUmrburg, ii...til III lit. Tli;it tin' tviriiliir Cmivr-iitiun of (ho party, fir ni'iiii":'1'"- a i-ittuli Ititt- for tin1 Supn'ine llrN'li, tVkeM t llain.i.ur,;. mi tin' M-.t .1 Tl'KS- lilY of JiU'i. I -7fc ut IZ Oriocx, iu.; aim that ia. t Cutm'i:till he cuiiipoaiil ut' tLe u.unl nuuilier I cf Jt!'-'nli'n. 2i. J it atliitlitjii thereto, it if reeimnnenileil In the 1. iiiociaey of l'l'tiuM li miia to rUltTHWlT:! rltvt, in llttt u?unl litnniirr, two delegate, ol 'cojr t'Ktl jttmition aiitl iiitlin.tn.e in the party, fur each Kt lirvMiiliitivi and Senator in t In i r ri'pee the tlia incl, nil" l MASS CUX KXTlU.N.ut liarriEltur-;, mi a tl.o' to lie lixi-d by tbe Chairman gt tiic Mali Central Committee. IiY orjcr of the Iiemoeratie State Committee. W'.M. A. WALLACE, Cbainnu. li. L. Forstlr, fcecrctary. Democratic Co...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 March 1867

SW and burner. "A litl I aoacenee now i Ihca ll rellahed by the beet of lacn." To prevent flips from pcttinj At your bacon in summer cut it i" tlio ppring. Whv is a lady of Jnnhion like a mo CMstuUporUman f Uccauso elie bags the bare. Why should the birds feci deprcned early in a summer morning? Because their bills are all over dew 1 'Isn't there an awfully strong smell of pips in the air f asked Smith of Jonos. "Yes," replied Jones, "thut's becoueo tho wind is from the sow west." Weak doses of washboard are now recommended to ladies who compluin of dyspepsia. Young mon troubled in the samo way may bo cured by a strong preparation of wood-saw. "I don't liko to patronize this line," said a culprit to tho hangman, who was adjusting tho noose around his neck. "O never mind this once," re plied the hangman, "it will soon sus pend its operation." A Yankee girl, who wished to hire herself out, was asked if she had any followers or sweethearts. After a little hesitation, she replied : "Wel...

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 March 1867

jhf TlfrfSrtd SKrpubHrin. Terine of Culirrliitluu. tlf Mid In advance, or within throe months.. ' . . .1 - .-.I h..r..M miw mi.nltii t? 00 1 M I 00 qt psia suer -- !il rsiJ after 'he expiration months.. I ' Rates of Advertising, ifnmiitnl advertisements, per square of 10 How or I Iris, i time! or lees.... It at' 1 For each subsequent insertion..,. &0 kdmiuiitratorl' eud Kxocutort' notices I 60 fcuditort' notices 1 40 t Mtions "l Kilruys. . 1 40 I'jMolutios notices 2 00 ,ocl notlees, per line 15 (obituary notices, orcr live lines, per line...... 10 professional Cards. 1 year i 00 j YEARI.r AUVKRTIIKMKITi (1 BHIII... .. 00 I J column ! 00 f 3 squares.- ,.16 00 t eolumn 40 00 1 1 NUitci 20 00 1 column. 76 00 Job Work. 1 BLANKS. 'single quire Jl 60 I 0 quires, per quire, 1 75 t.i quires, per quire, I 00 Over 6, per quire.. I 60 2 aAKtiaiLL. J, sheet, 5 or less,el 60 I i sheet, 95 or lets,!! 60 J sheet, or leu, 2 60 1 iheel, 26 or less, 8 00 UL'O. II. UOObl.AKPKn, Editor end Propriet...

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 March 1867

I tin thoiinii-lily convinced tli hI any Mttlemcnt, or coin prom ie, or ln ol ai'liun which is inconnintent with the principles' of tlui (.'ont-titutioii will not only bo unavailing hut niichievout), that it will hut multiply tho prccnt evils instead of removing Iheni. Tho Constitution in iT whole integrity and vigor throughout tho length nnd breadth of tho land is '.ho let of all COinproiiiiHcs. Besides our duty does not in my judgment loavo u a ehoico between that und any other. 1 believe that it contains tho "remedy that is so much needed, ami that if iho co-ordinate branches of the Government would unite upon its provisions, they would bo iound broad enough and etruiiL' cnoiiL'h to sustain, in time of pence, tho nation which they boro eul'cly through the ordeal of a pro traded civil war. Among tho most acred guarantees ot that instrument aro thoso which declare that "Each (Stale shall have, at least, ono repre sentative," and that "no State, with out its consent, shall bo depriv...

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 March 1867

T1IK RKl-UHMCAN. TlUHsiiAV:::: :M:mh 1, In 'i. IttVMHrulic Slalr t oiiraiHoii, Tin llt'liirt'Tittir Slnte ('itm Tji h I lit it" meeting, ,.u Jituuarv 2l'lli, nt Hrtrri.bnig, at-pt.l the hil ,milif i.-"!iili.Mi: M. 't Ihf n-ifuliir tiiiirnitlon uf the J'-irtv, fir nomination a .-itiilnlatt lor the SnjifHiu' It.-nrli, ,e tn-M n( lliTiF,'Ui?, on the hlil lMl 'I'l'KS JtvV of June, i7, nt 12 o'clock, m.: mad tliul yai'l r.mvrntk'll 1 eoinjioiicil of t lie usual number of.l.l.'i':ili-. 2,1, In a.hlilion tluritu, 11 it rronnime n.lcil to tlip litliloiirnoy of Pino" lintiiu ti HUtT IIW IT 1 1 et.i-l, in tin" imutl iii.iiiii.T, two .li-lejrnl.a, tit reeo nin.l I'uilion mill iiitlui'tn;i in the party, lor em-li (, (.rti iitiilivc nml Senator in tlo-ir reu'olivi' tlin (,!, wliu h:ill inert in MASS ( ON V KN'I'luN, at llnrrit'iir,r. on iln.v to ho fixed by llli: I'huiriuuu ut tlic Mute 4 cut m I CollIlliitt.T. i'v oijtrof the Iii inovTiitic Stttl? Committee. ' V.I. A. W ALLACE, I'bairuiuu. It. ...

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 March 1867

gWlglcus inUfrtlanj. AHtmn Trembling War tblue awful throne, 0 Lord! in dust my tint I own; Jat'lot and inercy foe bit lilt Contend I Ok I wilt and heal tit strife. The Saviour smiles! upon bit eowl New tide of hope tumultuous roll Hie Toirt proclaims me pardon found, Seraphic transport wiags the eound. Imb has joy unknown in heaven Tat new-born peace of tint forgiven I Tean of inch pure and deep dlifcht, Vt angels! never dimmed jour sigbil Tt mw of old on chaos rise The beauteous pillars of Ibt skies; Ye know where inoro exulting springs, And evening fold her drooping wings. Bright heralds of Eternal Will, Abroad hit errands ye fulfill; Or throned on floods of beam day, Byuiphoniout in his pretence play. Loud il the long the heavenly plain Jl ehtken with tut choral strain And dying echoes, floating far, I) raw music from each floating liar. Bat I amid yourchoiri shall shine, And ail your knowledge shall be mine; Ye on your harpt must lean to hear A secret chord that mint will boar....

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 March 1867

VolUirnl lUttnry. Proldml Lincoln and lluu. Alrtander II Blrr-lim. The National blihliinjf Company hni issued a work entitled "Alcxundc I. Stephonsin public and private, w i Lit Letters and t-pecches, liclore, during and einee tho nr. liy Henry llevo land. In it wo find tlio following ox cecdingly interesting correspondence. which nan nover uelore been published Air. Cleveland says: "We aro inform. ed by Mr. Stephens that no person bad over seen the letters ot Mr. ljin coin to him until sinuo his return from Fort Warren In 1805, except his pri Tate secretaries." The "fur your own yc" of Mr. Lincoln has beon sacredly observed, bo far as possible, bo long us letters are am follows : From Mr. Lincoln to Mr.f tephenn. SPRINGFIELD, Nov. 80, I860 lion. A. 11. Stephens ; AItDkarSih: I bavo read in the newspapers your speech recently de. lircrcd (I think) before the Georgia Ivegisluture,or its assembled members, It you have revised it, as is probable I shall be much obliged to you if you wi...

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 March 1867

ehc sjcpubUcan. (tKORUE li. (ioODLANPF.B, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, March 21, 1867. The Third Revolution. Tho progress of events is truly fear ful. Disunion and revolution, in a horrid form, revels as lustily todnyat Washington as it did at Montgomery, Alabama, in 1801. The war has been over for nearly two years. At its close there were but eleven States excluded from the benefits of Congres sional representation : to-day, there are sixteen ; and tho people seem to be as composed and tranquil as if nothing extraordinary was transpiring around them. If the Rump of a Uutnp can exclude tho people of six "loyal" Suites from a voice in Congress, what is a there to prevent another Hump from from establishing a perfect des potism ? Demagogues, like Thad. Stevens and Beast Butler, should be shunned and despised by an honest, free people, equal to a Jack Sliephard or a Monroe Edwards; for while the latter can only plunder communities of gooJs and wares, tho former rob them of...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 21 March 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. :::::::::::::::Mnwh 21. IH(17. TlirnDAT::: ' jle,i h. rnssinoro want to Itavo a little talk with their patrons. See their ndvertiaetiifnt. Mr. Slmgart inform us that ho found ft lady's breast pin, containing a luck of hair, in the Court Houso tho day after Mr. Swoope's lecture To Cahi'E.ntkhs. Tho School Direc tors of tho borough of CurwensvilW give notice in another column, of their Intention of erecting several School houses, to which wo call the attention of builders and mechnnics. m Wa direct the attention of wool gTOwers to the advertisement of II. J. Sloppy & Co., in another column, who propose to canvass thin and Jefferson county tho coming season for wool. Tbeir goods are of the best manufac ture and very cheap. They will pay tho highest prico for wool, either in cash or in exchange for goods. Democratic Almanac. This valu able publication for 1866 and 1867 can be bad by calling at the Drug Store of C. D. Watson. A copy for both years mailed to any addres...

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 March 1867

grlirjlous WisfcUanit. No Xioiit Tiurk Hrre there i darkness, Here there ii gloom, Porrow and ipcbiiiR. Death ud tile torch, riere aver reigne In Day without niffht Oriel uannt enter, Death cannot bliglil Wo night ef wraritiees, No night of tin ; linw my soul longrth That diiy to begin 1 Day everlasting, ' (iud in ill liglit; Olory eternal - Beams on the night ! Jovons activity, deeding no rvet j Holv auctions Filling the breast ( Yoioes banonniiius, pong ever new, Oiving llim glry To nhotn it is dae ; To living fountains Led lie the lauib, Alpha, Ororga, The boundUss 1 nin ; On II le face ga.itig, Tearless fur aye How my heart boiindoth At thought of that day! Christian Life. Did a holy life consist of one or two nolilo deeds Borne Bignul specimens of doing, or enduring, or sufiuring we miht 'ac count lift- the failure, nnd reckon it email dishonor to turn buck in ouch a conflict. But a holy life is liindo up of a multitudo of small tiling. It in the little things of tho hour, and ...

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 March 1867

YOl'Mi fiHIMTA T . r. tltll V4BK V.I.I ilrixr.e U doa.-tliM old tnrt ( V"t oe'er ihH K'f him more; put he hit Mt mn who bvari TtM wuat that o!4 Urimef bora. Jlr Fftn a coat of Intent cut, ihi hat It Bfw and jrat ; li cniuutt hw to virw Uiftrwi1, it jo it (unit awuv. II u fain and fraitcn fitting mug, O't-r patent leather hoi't : Bit Lair u Uy barber curled lie ftnokc cigar and cbewt. A chain of mawlre fold if bo rue About Ui l flashy veat ; Jlif rMhoi re better every day Than were old tirimos'i heft. ii Ka1)ini court he eon't&iit walk, here ho delight doth shed ; ,9 uautU arc r.hitc and Tery aaft, But softer ii hii bead. llc' nix feot tall do pott mora ttraight Hi teeth are pearly white j In habit be U uioetinit'S loose, . And sometime very tight. Ills manners are of sweetest ffrace, Hit voice of softest tone ; diamond pin ' the rery one That old O nines used to own, 1 is uiiutachio adorns hit face, li is neck a scarf of blue ; . lie aomcUmes goes to ehureh for change, A-ud slee...

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 March 1867

She Republican, Ckoiksf. IV (Jonni.ANnv.R. Kilitor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, March 23, 1867. .fit fKM'n H'aittctl. Modern loyalists and the negroes liave almost consummated that which thcirgraiidfuthersnnd the Indinns fail ed to establish on this continent a ceDtury ago a Despotism, instead of civil and religious liberty I e nave irreligion and a multiplicity of crimes; enough to disgrace anj- half civilized country. 'Where peaco, union and concord once dwelt, we hovo strife, disunion and discord. Thoso who preached liberty and union most vehe mently, have robbed us of both. Those who denounced assassination as the wickedest of all crimes, less than two years ago, now advertise for hands. Thoso who denounced "border rufli litis" kd enthusiastically for "stuffing ballot boxes" and treating elections with contempt, now set them abide by proclamation!. Those who found fault with their neighbors for holding four millions of negroes in slavery, have enslaved twenty millions, and...

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 March 1867

XHRRKPUBMCAN. ::::::::Marcb .!, 107. .PAY:: i'd to statu Unit llev. if., arc lviiiosic Ir. Art 'icr, wi I ,.:3 011 next I j.roiicli in mo . onri Suiiilav morning and .cuing t tl,c "M1"' ,u"lr' T'ipKuihP Sonato tins rejected the ,i,Ument of Curd. Joint S. Mc 'lum, sAsi'sur ot thin Congress '. .,1 Jiatrict. Morolovo for the "boys n blue." " ffe cull tho attention of thoso in rented in 11 Normal School, to tlic j,!verti6cmcnt of Mr. Snydor in nnotli lT column, who designs opening one ,t Curwonsvillo, on tho 30th of April next. We call the attention of our rend- . . .1.. I ..F T If P.ilfV.eil Tun ,,!io lias opened a law office in this pLiee, and will attend, no donht, promptly to nil bubinoss gixen liira in charge. 'Lycoming Standard." Tliin is the ;itle of a now weekly paper which will ni.fnr about the 1st of April, at Wil- ',;.anport, under the editorial control .1 r.nr r.ld friend Col. Levi L. Tnte. 1 if the success of the cntorpriso we i,avc no doubt. Vocno America! What shall we fa...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 March 1867

KrriiscAT. Strew oa bet reaee, eoeee, Aad an rr a eprav of jew, la quiet eae Itmarl Ok I would tka t I did too. Bar as ink tbe world required! ta hatned it la aaaura of rift, - Bat her atari wet tired, tired, Aad Bow tney art ktr aa. He? lift wee tarniag. taratr.g. la aaaana af beat aad eatjad. Rut for peace ktr anal a at yearn g, Aad aow peace Upa ker round. Hrr eabiaed, amp W Spirit, II (ottered aad failed for kra, To-atrat it dotk laatnt lb Vaatly Hell of Deal. FlSDISO Fault WITH Childbex. It ia at times necessary to censure and punish. But macb more may be cjd ry cncourpn;r tild--'n when thev Jo well, lift, therefore, more cartful to express your approbation of pood conduct, than your dinapproba- tioaofbad. Aotbingcan moredisen courage a child than a spirit of inces sant iault-nnuing on the part of its pa rent. And hardly anything can exert a more injurious influence npon the disposition both of parent and child. There are two preat motives influenc ing buman actions hope and te...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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