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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 4 April 1867

ANOTHER PAY IN THE RUMI Those two celebrated pnlitieul hlgl rrnynion llinghum and lttitler look another tilt in tho loyal beargarden on tlio 20th tilt., rntlicr more highly flavored with personalities thun that of the week preceding. Tho spoon hero.it will bo observed, again chnrges tlio Ohio buffoon with being a murder er, and in this tho Into decision of tho Supremo Court justifies him. Theso two leaders of tho great moral purty, churging each other with boing mur derers and cowards, is certainly disre putable to tho party, if not to them selves. But to tho debate : Mr. Boti.kr, of Massachusetts, asked and obtained unanimous consent to nuiko a personal explanation. The time boing limited to fifteen minutes, bo stated that he caused to bo placed on tho desk of each moinber a copy of Mr. lliughum's speech tho other day, in tho personal discussion with him self, Bhowing, in parallel columns, the speech as it appeared in tho manu script of tho reporters and the speoch as published in ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 4 April 1867

She (trriKuK B. (idoiiiAstKn, Kditor. "CLEA RFIELD, pX. Thursday Morning, April 4, 1867. II aki To 1'lkase. Tlio IWident is trying his best to pIcaRe the loyal ISunipcrs, but notwithstanding his pa tience nnd diligence ho fails to satisfy them. Some time ago lie sent in the name of M. A. Frank, Esq., of this place, for Assessor, but he was cast overboard. Of his loyalty and self sacrificing patriotism there could be no doubt, as he had exhibited both muchly during and sinco the war, but ho was nevertheless rejected. After his rejection it was given out that if the name of or.c of tho "boys in blue," so much culogiied by loyalists, were scut in he would be confirmed. The friends of Captain John S. McKiernan sent his name to the President, and he at once transmitted it to the Lump Senate, but he has also been rejected. We presume that if the President were to appoint some shoddyite or hospital bummer of thoScofiold Patton persua sion, favoring negro suffrage and dis union, he would 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. — 4 April 1867

j THE REPUBLICAN. TiitRhPAT::::"" :::t::April 4, 1X07. Boarpixo, rCP weck' 3 S0' nt 1,10 jCormul School in Curwciisvillo. Fresh (..union Seeds, from Dreer's, Philadelphia, just received ond for Mile by Hrtwick k Irwin. The President has appointed, ond the Senate confirmed, Muj. Gen. Steed mau as Collector of New Orleans. A Kake Chance. There are a num ber of our subscribers residing within nfev. miles of town, who are in arrears for subscription, and have dry pine wood on their promises ; and if they will co to the troublo to bring us a load of it, wo will enter them a credit. Pemochatic Almanac This vnht ablo publication for 1800 and 18G7 can be had by calling at the Drug Store of C. D. Watson. A copy for both years mailed to any address on receipt of 50 cents, or cither for 25 cents. No one should bo without this document. It's possession is worth three times the value of tho money. Dkmorebt's Magazine. Wecolltho attention of our readers to the pro tjiectus of this monthly, in our...

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

GlDTLB WoRDB. The nil may warn tht great to lilt, Tht dew the drooping dower, Th eyee (row bright and watch th light Of atuuin't 0euing hour But wordt that breethe of teodernne, And liuilea wt know are true. Art warmer than tb tumuier unit, Aad brighter tbu the dew. It tt not teach the world can giv. With all ill aubtla art. And gold and genu arc oot tba thingi To tlifj tb heart ; But, 0, if ihoas who eluttef round Tha altar and lha hearth, llave gentle wordt aud loving unlit-, Mow beautiful il earth! The Mainbprinu. Here it) one of Spurgeon's best sayings, illustrating the fact tlint there may be morality without religion, butcannot be religion without morality : " Teaching men morals is na though I bad a clock that would not go, and I turned round one of the cogwheels; but faith takes tho key and winds up the mainepring, and the whole thing roui on readily." Beware ot a delusion in the matter of your salvation. Woe, woe forever more, to them that lose that prize. For what is behin...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 11 April 1867

JeECHOFHOOM.A. WALLACE. Lrercd Hi thr lt ". Marrh, .HUT, T mm Hi C.rnernl Hlln4 1-aw. 11, Wallace said : jlr Speaker, tlii ubject is bo im L"rti,nt in iis bearings upon tlie future Vibe Coinmoiiwcukh and so directly IflorH '"J" itnmodiato coiiHtitucntM, i'lt I deem it my duty to place, upon 'ord my reasons for tho sovciu. Votes f l.ave ((iven and shall give upon the j;;' t is an adniitlcd lad that a ni ti ll it v of tho people of Poiinnylvania io favorable to tho passage of a "frco" J general" railroad law. ISoth can iiJatesfortiubernatoriul honormU tlie fate election placed themselves upon jVcortl in it" favor. Uoth tho invom jmj mid outuoing (Governor rceom liendt'd it. Tho Committee on llail iads of this body recognized this fact and reports favorably the bill beforo J. which is entitled "An act tonuthor- !ie the formation of railway cotnpan I cannot but regret that the tommitteo has not given us a more .berul bill ; it is better than none, but it by no means what it should be. f...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 11 April 1867

She sicpuMiran. Grouch P. (jiiDiu.ANnKn, Kditor. '"CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, April 11, 1867. .In ttutraiir. An clectitin wax held on the Sprn:ue Si Biirnsido Farmon tho 3d instant, for State ollioors and Congressmen. This is ft patch of liind on the Codfish coast, between Massachusetts and Connecti cut, principally inhabited by loyulitts over since before tho involution, and lias lately been known on tlio map as Rhode Island, but now owned in fee simple 1)3' Senator Sprnguo (who is trying to expatriate, his wife, the late celebrated Columbus, Ohio, belle, Miss Chase,) and that fearless negro com mander and Fredericksburg butcher, Gen. fiurnside, who now run the ma chine ostensibly in the interest of loy uldom, but chiefly for their own pri vate ends. l!ut to the outrage: ' While tho pcoplo of this Congres sional district nro compelled to poll 28,000 votes to entitle them to a Con gressman, tho subjects of Spraguo Si Piiriiside.'s dominions polled, on the Id instant, but 11,0...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 11 April 1867

T1IK REPUBLICAN. 1 in iishav:: Fivsh (iiudi'ii Needs, from I'recrV riii!al.'l.lia, jiiet received ami for s.i;ti .y ll:irii(K lrwin. TU Tnt-tces ol' the, M. K. Oliurtti . . ! in iliix jiliK'c solicit jiropo.'als tor build- l r t' i tj.. llii a new uwru in i uruip. nui advertisement in fniolhercolumn. The attention ol our readers is call ed to the advert isenient of Joseph Kunz, in another column, who oilers to clothe those, in need of such neces sary appendages, from head to loot Call and see him. m Don't uk Alaumkd! Wo uro send ing out bills to ull our subscribers w ho owe us tor two years and over, hop ing thereby to realize something, but do not intend to execute any one. Those, however, who fail to come to time, w ill bo sure to gel quarters with the rich tuan, spokeD of in the good hook. VTa direct the attention of our read ers to the terms of tuition, chnrges Ac., in anothercoliunn.of Logan Acad emy, liluir county, and l'ine Grove Academy & Seminary, Centre county. These 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. — 11 April 1867

rg.rlt(jtous nisfrltans. Thi Reproof. WhLper it eofiTr, W boo nolu lv 'a neart Let not thoae cc-mta Fill harah on the ear. She ia a bloaaotn Too tender ml frail For the keen blast The pittilea, ( lie. W'hiaTM-r It gently, 'T will coat thee do pain; Genllo worda rarely An apuken in rain ; Threate unit rvpruactar-i The etubboru may uiove Kohle the conquer! Aided by love. Whiapcr it kindly, 'Twill pny theo to know Penitent tear-drop, llown her clicoka flow, llae ahe Irom virtue Wandered aalray f Guide her feet gently Hough U lUo wy. She h&n no parent, None of her kin ; Lend her from error, Keen her from tin. X)oei flie lean on tbee ? Cherish the trust ; God to the merciful Ever isjuat. It is a good life, within and without, that makes us fitting instruments for tlie divino hand, or, ns we sometimes expross it, polished shafts in God's quiver. A good lifo is beautiful. It holds the observer's cyo rs with a charm. It begets a disposition to pry into its sources. It raises tho wonder ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 18 April 1867

LAWS OF PENNSYLVANIA. Tht .Yti Jury Law. lU-low we give the new law rolaMvo to the selection of juror. Two inry Commissioners will hereafter be elect ed in the several counties of the State. The law in general, The following itt the act as signed by tho Governor: Section 1. Be it enacted by the Sen ate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen eral AssemUy met, and is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That on the general election to be held on the second Tuesday ol October, Anno Pomini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, and tri-ennially there after, at such election, tho qualified elector of the several counties of this Commonwealth shall elect, in the man ner now provided by law for the elec tion of other county officers, two sober, intelligent and judicious persons to serve as jury commissioners, in each of said counties, for the period of three years ensuing their election ; but the came person or persons shall not be eligible 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. — 18 April 1867

She Republican. 3fl (ironnit 11. (inoM.ANnRR, Ktlitor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, April 18, 1867. VoHenloti" ll'fto C'aiucd IA W'ar. Tho Northern Disuiiion'mto have fur six years repeated that tho Southern Secessionists were the canso of the war, with nil its untold evils, and hare succeeded in ranking a largo number of our pcopla believe it. lint like their other crimen, they will within a lew years, if left alone, confess that they themselves were the authors Tho greatest 'boast" among them Butler charges a portion of Ihb bretb rcn with murdering a woman, Mrs. Surratt and little as this political highwayman and coward is disponed to do an honorable act or tell the truth, he blundered into it when he made this charge, nud history will so record it. Great rogues invariably qnarrel and expose each other. Hence tho day is fust approaching when the crimes committed against liberty, person and property by tbo lenders of the loyal ists, will bo laid bare by those of their own kith...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 18 April 1867

HE REPUBLICAN. tRWAV::::::":::::"::::::A prillS, 1S(7. .roiih (inrden 8001U, tVom Drecr'a, iliulclpliia, j'"t received find (or I by HiirtKwiok A Irwin. i'lidiwct tlio ifitcntion of our river, n, to ihe curd of Mr. Weaver, of i ' Iron City Hotel" ut ILirrMnirg. i other column. Xho pei-Mcm who burrowed it book mi tho root of mi applo tioo in tlio toppocitc Mr. Tronimnu's will please tvo it at this office. The owner nut to read it. "O'antkd. A boroiijrli orJiiiunco to tvent the erection of bourd kilns tiliiu tho borough limits. If thin i bt dune, ome one will bo foolish amii'li to burn down half the town. t Cora:. Tho Honorable Judges, fcordlng to adjournment, met in the Vnrt IIouho on yesterday, (or the fi ll disposition of the Miller murder asc, but ufter some wrangling Lea-eon Attorneys, the caso went over tntil tho June term. ' FnUND. The body of Alice Foley, hose death by drowning wo nolieod it week, wus found in the bed of the vcr ut the foot of the riffle jnnt above e bridge. J...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 18 April 1867

sgrliglouis piSffJlanif. Trvt in God and vo the Rioiit Conrae, brother, do not etumlile. Though tlijr path be 'Urk m nisht There! a ilt to guile Hi bumble j Truat in God Mid do II" right. Let the road be rongh and dreary, And lie end far out ol tight. Foot it bravelv I etrong or wary, Truit 10 Uod and da the nght. Perieh police and cunning! Peri.b all that feare the Mr-IiI ! Whether loinr. whether winning, ' Truit Id Uod tnd do the right. Tioit no party, eret, or faction j Truat no Iradpra in the lent: But in every word and artion, Truat in Uod and do the right. Truit no lovely forma of paaeion ; Fiend, may look like angcle bright ; Truit no euetom. eehool or fashion, Truat in Uod and do the right. Simple rule, and aafeit guiding, Inward poaoe, and inward might, Btar upon onr path abiding, Truit in God and do tho right. Some will hate thee, eome will lore thee, Some will flatter, tome will alight ; Crate from man, and look above thee, Trait in Ood and do the right. Cannot and Will n...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 April 1867

Cl'RHH'H MimUV. f, ike lake where drooped I he willow, Kow, Mli "! I ni i I aneei. And jump Jiai trow. An i.Kl or iw l on hickory limh, None know kill) bnt In pralee; Vol nie kif kirn for hit mthcr, F,r he rniclle of tVhwcitter kit. The mlnntrel to the war ha font, With the ban io on lm knee; 11, i,.ke lo hear the trntriri ehrirk, Tbere'e a light in Iht window for thee. A free, he would a woninf an, Mia bntr iu curled to kill ; Hi uerd to wear an old tray coat, And the tword of Bunker Hill. Oft in tli Milly niirht, Make way fur liberty! he eriedi I won't ro homo till morning, With l'cguy by my side. 1 ara dying, KRypt, dyin((, boeannah, dun t you cry ; Know bow eublime a thing It To brueh away tha blue-tailed fly. The hoy Mood on the burning deck, With hi. baggage checked for Troyj One of the few iuimortai namei, Ilia name waf Fat Malloy. Msry had a little lamb, lie could a tale anfold; tie had no teeth to eat a boe eake, Af hi ipeetaele. wore gold. Lay on, lay on, Macduff, Man want...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 April 1867

She Republican. It-. TJ: -J t- . . M (rCOHtir. 15. (illOIII.ANl'r.H. Kilitor. CLEARFIELD, PA. ' Thursday Morning, April 25, 18C7. I.oinl Thundrr. Tito weak-kneed inetnliers or the loyal wigwam nro being sorely tor mented ly their advance, pickets. Tlie leaders of tho niiwi'genation per suasion a ro becoming honest, so fur an their theory in concerned Senator Morton, of Indiana, in his address to tho negroes in Washington, a few days ago, said : "Tlio great example of Congress in making universal suf frage) tlio rule in all tho Kotitliern States must now bo followed in ull the Northern Slates." Senator Sum ner announced the samo doctrine be fore tho Connecticut election. The celebrated New Jersey State Senator, James M. Scovel, (who figured ho con spicuously in that Stato while the Rump Senate were trying to expel from their body Mr. Stockton, be cause he was a Democrat,) with oth ers, lii ado a platform for the ''Union Republican party," and submitted it to the Dead Duck for approva...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 April 1867

TIIK HKPIJHUCAN. TiirBiAV::::::: ::::::rt Ajn il .r, !Mi7. Kwli liunlon .Seeds, Irom lireer'n, rhilatleljiliia, j"" received nud for sale y llartswirk k Irwin. Lt'MiiKR. We linvo but liltlo lo chroniilo iiv rcf'ereiico to tlio Marielln lnml'or market, nnd tlio salo of rnfU. Ve know tlint our morchitiiUfeol good and can't liclp exhibiting their ftel inps ; licnec, if thoxo who have charge of the. concern feel good, we may aft well feel bo too. To Tkachf.rs Tlio Normal School will open in CurwciiRvillo next Tues dnr. Wo lonrn that Mr. Snyder ha8 secured tho assiHlnnco of Frof. I. S. Geist, Into of the Slillerttvillo State Normal School, who comes to hie tank highly recommended. Wo nrc informed thnt good hoarding can be had for $3.50 per week. Jsot TiiL'E. Tho Btory so generally circulated the lnttcr part of last week in refercuco to tho hieuking of the : Booms at Lock Haven nnd Williams-! port, and the consequent loss of mil lions of logs, proves to be false. The Boom at tho latter ji...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 April 1867

:-U3 1'aralli.u. Uno who was oil lunril th ill fftti.cS "Commoilore." tin thit "slio rolled fearfully, tucking with tht (hains at if taaer for tclf-destnietion." How descriptive, alas! of the deed of mnnr who strive to brcuk away irom good influences, human and Pivino, by which they may be made unit) and blo8cd forovermore I After the beach- intf of the steamer, "eight men pot otthore in tho boat, of whom only three gave help in gettinj; other ashore." The rest were noon at the nearest village, "enjoying a good sup per, when they should have been en deavoring to rescue their less fortun ate companions." Shame! iiut ore there not many men who are enjoy ing their own good iortuno nnd doing little or notliiiiL' to aid others loss for tunate? Are thero not professors of religion M ho, while hoping lor heaven arc doing little or nothing to aid oth ers thither? Can such be Christians ? Watchman. Thereligion of Christ is distinguish ed from all others by its great fruit fulness and joyfuln...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 May 1867

(From Ihe Old Uard J rne ir.To.ro .yi.i.r.tss.w. BY JOHN r.KTtN COOK It. "This vivk is the crisis ofovr fate." Hoes the render remember when and by whom tiieso words were writ ton J If they greet his oyna for tlio flint time to day, and his sympathies bo anti-southern, he will Bay, perhaps : "Johnston or ucauretrui-d wrote thus from Bull Run in July, 1861 Jackson lrom rort iicpublic in June, Jft or lee trom Ucttysburg or l'o tershurg, in 1805." On the contrary, it was written by McClellan, who penned that brief and pithy dinputeh from Alexandria on the 1st day of September, 1802, when th uittorganiitod battalions of Major- dpneial rope were hastening towards the protecting defences of nashing- ton. To day the world knows that his fuars were well founded. Never had the day looked darker for tho Federal cause than then. Never had the over throw of the Confederacy seemed so Hopeless. Horse still a proat and real danger menaced the Federal scat ol government. 'iue authorities trenv bled...

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

She jlUpuMiratt. Gkarhk B. (ioom,ANi:R, Editor. C LE ARF I ELD, P A. Thuredhy Morning, May 2, 1867. SlrrntM on ittcomlrurlion. Senator Wilson, Judge Kelly, and a lot of other loyal humbugs, are tamping the Southern States in favor of nogro suffrage, declaring to the pooplo of that seolion that if they ac cept the conditions of the Military Despotism bill and send loyul Aboli tioniets to Congress, they will at onco be restored to their original po sition in the Union. To this pro gramme the club-footed Jacobin (Sto Tens) objects In the following plain style: Such articles as thif are calculated to da much harm. They throw obstacles in the war of future reconstruction, being quoted and relied on as pledges by the Hepubliran party, lleuce much trouble arose from certain expressions contained in a bill which waf reported by the Reconstruction Committee of the Thirty-ninth Congress, though never panted. It was perverted b.r faction ud folly iutn an argument againat the whole pan? and Con...

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

THE HEPUBMCAN. :::Mv U, IS07 Kirtli Harden Seeds, from )rccr', rhilitJeMiia, juxt received nnd for 6;ilc by Ilitrtswit k k Irwin. C. KraUer & Son have jimt received from tlio eiintern cti o largo fltock ot Xew Goods, which they ore ojicn- ine at their old M and, on Front street Read tlieir advcrlisomnnt, arid then go and cxamino their stock. Doors open from five o'clock in the morning until nine at night. TYe understand that 11 r. Joseph Thompson, of Jordan towtmhip, who had a leg amputated on tho Kith of March lust, and whoso life was dis puted of, has so far recovered that he is nhle to rido out. The nmputa tion was effected by Doctors St. Clair and Moorehead, and under the care and attention of tho latter Mr. T, will soon bo able to resume the active duties of life. Dead. A. W. Benedict, Esq., died at his home in Huntingdon, on Sun day last. Mr. Benedict has boon the Chief Clork in the lower House of the Legislature for a number of jears. He left Ilarrisburg but a few weeks a...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 May 1867

Tm HxrrT Mors The happy morn Ii some Triumphant oe'r the gtaie The Saviour lcavee Hit tomb, Omnipotent to save: Captivity to captive lead, Far Jesus limb, who was drud. There are scores of young men, well intentioned, warmhearted, no lovers of evil, but adrill from their homes, or with homes as unattractive to lliem as so many of our homes to nnv j-oung man may well be, ho vet havo no place of resort for pood compniiion ship, for amusement, for an evening ol rational recreation which is not in di rect contact with coarsene89,camhling, rice, and poisonous drinks. Even to enjoy themselves it is requisite that thev snuff the airs of hell. There aro thousands of persons, rich and poor, vounfr and old, in the most astonish ing ignorance of useful scienco and art, and to whom cleanliness and ven tilation aro unknown ; who regard tho body as necessarily afflicted with all the ills it dow endures, and have no conception of the health and delicacy of which it is capable, and of tho reul joy ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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