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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 May 1867

il rc.u I'-o Old liu.n l. Yin: suco.nt .w.i.r.m.is. (BV JOHN Tl..N COOK. Cumlul. J A warlike music suddenly eniiifl to Jlllli'lo itself with the lllllM'CUMomcd iniiquot. From the direction of liris VI, u station on the Orange railroad, ihoul lour miles from Manassas, Mine ,a long, continuous thunder of nrtil ?t was Ewc-ll's. That commander Sad boon sent to hold tho front, while jackson proceeded to destroy the reat depot lit Manassas, mid ho was carccly in position when the head of icncral Pope's advancing army struck Siini. Ji was commanded by General looker, whom Jackson was to ovcr foliclm at Chnneellorsville. I A rough wrestle, followed. Kwell phrcw forward throe regiments, open Id with artillery, mid attacked so I'Oldly that Cionoral Popo Booms to piave believed that, ho had in front of ihiin the entire Confodorate force. lie consequently paused, hurried forward his main body, and prepared for bat Tie. Kwell continued to roardeliance with his artillery, to show an unmoved front...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 May 1867

1 n. tic Old lluii.l.l tmi: st:co.rn .w.f.r.ivs.i. BY JOHN ITl.N COOKE- (.'omluVd ) A warlike music niul ti nly catno to riinfjlo itM'H' with the uuaccuMomt d banquet, From the dint tioil of lirin tol. tation on the Orange railroad, tibout lour mi'ua from Mamitwm. utiiK the long, continuous thunder of nrlil kry. It v.iiH Kwell's. That commander had lieen sent to hold tlio front, while Jai-kcoii proceeded to destroy the! great depot lit ManasbUH, nnd ho was I (carcely in position when the head of General 1'oh' advanidnjraruiyM.rut'k j li i in . Jt wa-i conimanded hy tieneral Hooker, whom Jaekwon was to over whelm at Clinncellornville. A rough wrebtlo followed. Ewidl threw forward three, regiments, open ed with artillery, and attacked so liolJIv that General lVne seems to have believed thut, ho had in trout ofj linn the entire Conlvdorate lorco. lie coiieecjiientl- paused, hurried forward his main bod v. and prepared for hat- tie. Kwcll continued to roar defiance with his artillery, t...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 May 1867

hc Republican. -: mi ' TF ' . ') i . . . Ororor H. (tnom.ANnKB, Kditor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, May 9, 1867. MmIc Election. The Kentixkt Election. Wo lewi-n by telegraphic dispatches, that the lnte electicn for Con;re88mon in Kentucky punned off quietly. In Jlio Filth District, (Louisville,) Asa P. Grovcr, Democrat, is elected by 4, .100 majority. J. 1'. Knott, in tho Fourth, and Jitmes B. Beck, in the Seventh District, both Dcmacrati, are proba- lily elected. The returns received at 10 o'clock, p. m., on tho 4lh indicate the election of the Democratic candi dates by larger majorities than Dn vall's laBt year, in proportion to tho number of votes cast, as the vote was small. Only two-thirds ol the Paris precinct vote wa polled. Baltimore Election. Tho election for City Judge in Ikllimoro, hist week, reveals tho gratifying fact that a large majority of tho inhabitants of that city, although govcrnod for tho past six years by Plug Ugly despot of tho worst kind, is still in 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. — 9 May 1867

i THE REPUBLICAN. TlirnsPAT::: :Mny 1, )!(i. l'rosh Cianloii .Semla, from llrcer'a riiiludiOiliia, just received and (or alo by Uni'tuwiik L Irwin. Announcement. Air. John Koto denires to nnnounvc to tlio citizens of Clearfield and vicinity, that he has opened an Ice Cream Saloon for this eason, and will liavo ico croam on hand every Saturday evening, and as often during tho week as he may deem necessary. Ho has a good room, fur nished for tho accommodation of ladies. Ho would also Btato, thnt there will bo no malt liquors sold iu liia suloon during jco cream season. A New Town. Wo wero informed last night of tho location of a new town, in what has long licon known as tlio "Beech-woods," about eight miles north-east of "Klines'," on the Smuthport lurnpiko. AVe -aro in debted for this enterprise to Mr. Anson U. B. Dodgo, of tho city of Now York, who has laid out a body of lands and presented to each perma nent sottler fifty acres, and causod a road to bo opened from tho Second Fork o...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 9 May 1867

111 .1 .. 1J 11 . 1 - -.- SrUpicM $l!scft!.imj. I'oaittlfiil wits t!io tt' !.v f tlio ily itii; mini to tlio qmstion, wIicIImt lie wn mill in 1lio land (if tlio living? 2v'o, but 1 am ftlmorit tlicro. All violent pnhHioiid nro evil, or, in othor wonln, iroilui'o or tend to yro iHico unhapjiiiioKH ; for evil mid tin Lrppinc88 ure only mutublo tonus. It rour 1-ihtoounnoKH docs tiot ex ceed the righteousness of tlio gotni moral folks nhout yon, wliv nro vou better than they t It you hnve noth ing betttT thnn your neighbor ban, who is not ft Christian, why nliould lie try to be a Christian f Why should become to your ground, unlesfl your'u in higher than bis. It WB9 only a single, sentence that foil upon tho earn of tho nervant in the liiinily of I'nysmi, as the brought to bim a glass of water, during one of bin days of illness.. ".Mtiv you never ask in vain for a drop of water to ool vour tongue.'1 It was but a word, a brief sentence, yet it proved a word of sulvution to tho person to ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 May 1867

BfPtlfn ttmrrlra. YtohMy tho best description to h found or the TBNt territory reooutiy iiurtliascii irom iiiiMa iiy our Uov criimcnt is given in a pamphlet pub lixlied in lKVi, hy Jlr. A. R. Koche.of Quebec. J In pamphlet ("Jfunsinn America and tho presont War") was written wun a view 01 urging the British Government to aid in fitting out an expedition for the conquest ol KiiHsmn America, and tla annexation to tho British possessions, but the war with ftussia cume to a closo in tho following year, nnd the project. evor seriously entertained in Knirlund w.-N of course no longer thought of. e quoio irom mo pamphlet a do ecnpuon 01 some features or the torri tory Iuut ceded in the United States "With a coast upon the Pacific of come fifteen hundred miles in longth indented by numerous sounds and capacious harbors, and studded with many large islands of considerable resources, it extends back, for about one thousand miles of that roust to a distance of nine hundred miles, and for the r...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 May 1867

. - J - She qmbUcan. 2i CixonoK 11. (joniii.ANtiKiKtlitor "CL EA RFTeLD,P 'A . Thursday Morning, May 1G, 1867. MUtrton Itnvi. Thig gentleman has, uflcr a confine irtont of over two years, been relens ed. On tlio lbt in6tnnt Chief JuBticc Chaso, of the Supremo Court, ikbuoiI a writ of habeas corpus, and delivered it to tbe United Stales Marshal, wlio wr, ordered to proceed to Fortress Monroe and demand the release of Mr. Davis. The Marshal at once served the writ on Uen. Burton, com mandant of the Fort, who in compli ance with its demands delivered Mr. Davis to the civil authorities, und lie at once proceeded to Itiehmond. His entry into that city would have been a brilliant aB'air had not the military authorities issuod strict orders pre venting the citizens from appearing on the streets in largo numbers, and that no demonstration of any kind would be tolerated. But for this his -return to Richmond would have been as triumphant as that of Catsar when lie returned to Rome after his g...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 May 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. ::::::::.::M.iv HI, 11.7 TnlRil-AY:'. I'icsli tiur.k'ii Soi'iln, I'rom IM-uh'h, riiilmlolpliiii, just received mid ior rale by ll''vtHii k & Irwin. Tho firm of Showers & (Jralinm lirtK been liifsolvi'il. Those interested in their wullitro, will plonso pay atten tion to their card in another column. m . a. let Cbkam. An ieo cream feHtival will eomo ofl' nt Mrs. S. J. 1 tow's, on (Saturday evening, tho lsth tho pro- cecils to bo applied to making repairs ill tho Lutheran Church cdilieo. Our friend Lloyd of tho Jtail Ttoad IIouso, l'liilipsburg, will aece'iit thanks for baiting us with fresh Shad, which wo presume, have either jumped the dams or tho Allegheny, in getting to that place They nro easily confis cated. "Fern." Kratzor has a periodical way of letting tho public know what ho bas got, as his monthly produc tions stato. lie has more faith ir. printera' ink than in "greenbacks," though be admits the necessity of tho hitter in keeping etoro, without the fo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 16 May 1867

There ii no regenerator like pore love. Thonghti ehonlJ be born of the oul, word of thoughts, and ecnten oei of word. Will yon pity a body that 1 going to the block and not pity a toul that is going to the pit. If ynn are going to love Christ you must find lomo way of doing it in the things of everyday life. It is remarkable that the words in nil European languages which express forgiveness, or pardon, all imply free gill. "Let every man please his neigh tor lor his good to edification." De ny yourself and serve your follows ; eo will you evince your Master's spirit. Invite Jesus, for he always says: "I will come." He mny wuit threo days, as be did with Martha and Mary, but "I will come" is Ilia intention. Expect bim till he comes. The man that is right with God and bis fellow men can ecarcoly help being s gentleman. All Lord Chestorfiold's letters boiled down wouldn't make as much of a gentleman as that. Morality without religion is only a kind of dead-reckoning an ecdeav- or to fi...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 May 1867

(l K.YK . I. LJI . Xttt aaaaed by the Jnrl Assembly of fruu a ouiuig uic eruain i irtii AN ATT authorising lender of money to be acajt after suit bronjrlit. Section 1. lie it enacted, dc, Tlinl in nil action! lor llie recovery of mon ey, fiinmled on contract, licreaHer bronht Id any o( tlie courts of this commonwealth, or before any of the justice of the pence, or aldermen, thereof, tho defendunt, or defendants, therein shall have the right, at any time before trial in court, to make to tho plaintiff, or plaintifl's, a tender of lawful money, equal to tho amount he. or they, ahull admit to ho due, with 11 II lawful costs incurred in Buid action, up to the date of making such tender; and if tho party to whom guch tender Bhall bo made, refuses to accept the same, then in the event of the plaintiff, or plaintilfn, failing to recover more than tho principal sum, o as afuresuid tendered, with legal interest thereon, he, or thev, ("hull pay nil the costB, legally incurred in the said acti...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 May 1867

She Ucpubiiran. mcr. : (tKORUE H. (ioonl.ANI'KIt, K.litor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, May 30, 18C7, PniMAur Election. Tlio JJemo crfttio primary election for this coun ty will be held tiiiu year on tho 13th day of July next, being tho (econd Suturday of tho month. The print er's fee for announcing the tinmo of cimlidutes and printing Cvo thousand tickets ouvh, will bo as followe, viz For Assembly, Sheriff and Trcamirer, ?10 each : CommieMoncr ttud District Attorney, 85 each ; Auditor and Jury Commissioner, 83 each. o name will be published unless tho fee ac companies tho order. In our next issue we will begin to aimouneo the names of caudidutcB. A "military neceHbity compels us to auopi mis rule. AVe Lopo Democrats in the several boroughs and townships will take intercut enough in tho matter to iicnd us the names of reliable and active men from which to select a vigilance committee. Taxation. We presume there are but few per sons, if any, who are aware of the amount of taxes ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 May 1867

1 THE KEPUHUCAN. :.m.iv :;.., iMi7. Till h-1'AY: Mil II I:.- The Uiv. M I'liinKirt mil i I'll 111 KultlHLII lOW llNti il III! ritiitiaui, . . a. vi: At t!ie Pi'lii'Ul li.iue on i. I'iiMit's, in tlif murium;, nt .k- ni-iii. ike. iiear tiUO'c'"'- Al HrUlf'll srn-i" iit, mi niwi- ,'a 1 1 1 : T, in tlir mti rinHHi, at 2 o'uUn-k. Anii Al Puce's mliiul li iu-i- t five ii'fliu It in ih evening. Quito a iuiiiilcrof rafts passed this jilnt'O the beginning ot tliin week, on their way to the eiiHtcrn market. m Mai'L SroAit. Mr. JI. W. Smith hiti received und is now selling n lriino article at his store on llurket .Street. Super riiosphato of Limo, ground ISono Dimt nnd other fertilizer neeos- aary for farms, for sale, at llaitswick 4 Irwin's. Do not fail to read tho laws pub lished on oar first pago, in reference to fcehutesnnd the floatingof loose logs in the Susquehanna river, allowing soldiers to peddle, etc: Mr. E. W. Graham has just return-1 tdlrora the east with a largo stoc k of new goo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 30 May 1867

A good life docs not nilenro cnlum lijT but it certainly ditmrnih it. The two polet could sooner moot, than the lovo ol Chribt and the love of the world. Borne peoplobolievo sometimes that tncy bate Battery, wncn tncy owy uaic the manner of fluttering. The trimmer to popularity is a trai tor to God. Ilia presence destroys unity and seal ol action. A businens that docs not challenge tho scrutiny of God, and the approval ot a good conscience, cannot be counts tent and proper. When tb world crowds Christ out of tho heart, dutv becomes simnlv cold, irksome, hard duty, and the. wor ship of God a bore. Tice und ignorance are the necessa ry companions of each other; end we can no moro reverse it than we can reverse the stars in their course. Brother, religion is not a jumble of principle thrown together without eystom, order, affinity, and comple tion 1 They form a complete cone to encircle you round about. One of the most truly contented ex pressions I ever knew of was that which full fro...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 6 June 1867

rut r.ut.vr.n nr.rruLic. fpi-r.rii of HON. GEORGE H. TENDlETON. Kriun tlic Cluinlu (Ohio) l'rii. Tlio following mid res, ly tho Hon. George II. Pendleton, wits delivered Mure a very large audieneo in tlio Court House at I'rbuna, Ohio, on the Itfth of April last, assembled under the auspices of tho Democratic Club of that place, and was listened to with marked attention, and was rapturous y applauded. Jlr. Peiidleton tiaid : When I received tlio invitation to address you this evening, I hesitated to accept it. I am profoundly genui ne that we are in tlio midst of a rev olution, attacking the essential spirit ol our system of government, whose courses and limits no human sagacity can predict; and I feel th.it no one oii"ht lightly to assumo to give coun sel to his countrymen iu such an emergency. let, in a Republic, where every man, ly his vote, participates active y in tho government, tho State may rightfully command from every eiti zeo the performance of any duty, whother of counsel...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 6 June 1867

T i i I I I ' Al (The Republican. 1 rf,.':filiM!-. .' (.koiiiii: IS. (iiMiin.AMiKH, I'd i tor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Moruiii";, Juuo G, 18G7. Hon. Ukokhe JI. I'tNDi.i.roN. Wc jiublinh on our first pa;,'" a npeech delivered by this young nml risiiif; statesman, und hopo our readers will give it nn attentivo eruts:il nnd hand it to their neighbors. Jlr. Pendleton, it will bo recollected, wub the emo cnitie nominee for Vico President in 1801. YVo expect to bee, liim occupy the Presidential Chair a placo ho is eminently qualified for; and should the American people ever become wiso enough to choose a patriot and statesman again, he, or some national Democrat entertaining his viows, will be called to this duly. J. '. Bubcock, chief clerk in tho Surveyor General's oflieo at llarris burg, died suddenly of diplheriu, in Washington, Pa., ou tho olel ult. A movement is now on foot in the Sandwich Islands for annexation to the United Slates. If they don't want tolivo under an abortive milit...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 6 June 1867

THE UITUW.ICAN. 1 H 0 Y. .::.lum l, ',' tOi'll lU-The i; ,j hi ;ii n in h.ii i h:ni , Mr Pllll'l u x ill i t'-wi, In 1 1 mi r-'al : it, At the s. lid-.l li'iu-r on u r', in the itntriiiDir. nt ,,. I--., .-IK folio ., ir. Miiui'ikf, lu.ir !r. 1' At Itri lorn Moi"! rnmnv, tin Kurt- . in tV miei iiimn, Ht nVhuk. A 1 1 I ui hd Ih-upc t hie oVIoi'k In itip ptcnitiK. M.mx Si uaii. .Mr. II. W. Rmilli Iiiih rvccivpd and is now fdlinj; n I riino nrtii'lu at liis store on Market Street. Super I'liosjilitito of J.iine, ground jonc Dust iiiwl oilier fertiliDib necon Bury for farms, for hiilo at Hurts wiek Irwin's. 'Wo direct tlio atteiilion of School Directors to tlio notice jmlili-slied in tliis ihnce for n call to organize a i retloru' A "uncial ion on court avccU. We learn that one litimlrcd students are now uUeiiiling the Normal Sehoul at Ctirrcnvillo. We liix1 that a fev years more will wijio out tin standing complaint of incompetent teachers. A J'ahk Ciiax k. We direct the attention of bu...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 6 June 1867

!5 jartijlottu pjsfrtlanjj. Tlioy pmv in vnin to liavo Kin rmr ilonod wWii neck not iiIno t; prevent Bin by prnyor, even every particular sin, by prnyor agiiiiist all wa llow long may it take a man to embrace CIihhI as liis saviour 1 As long as it takes a drowning man to lot go a straw aud lay hold oi'an offer ed ropo. If ever heaven bo oponed to the gaze of mortals, the vinion is granted iline who dwell in the Fulmoa of wantand trouble. Furnace joys glow quite as warm as furnace flames. "1 tear," said a country curato to his flock, "when I explained to you in my last charity sermon that phi lanthropy was a love of our species, you must have understood mo to Bay specie, which may account tor the Bmullncfis of the collection. You will provo, 1 hone, by your present con tribution, that you are not any longer laboring under the same mistake." Look on the bright sido of your lot. Every cloud of trouble, when seen on the hcavczly side, displays a silver lining. Look at tho bright side of...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 June 1867

SOUTH CAKOLINA. i.ttttr from Hon. It. F. rrrry. To the editors the Columbia rha-nix: It i most "extraordinary, indeed, Rnd will ho s terrific in its results as it is now strange and wonderful, to see an educated, refined and gallant people necking repose and protection from apprehended political evils under the. government and control of thoir former slaves an inferior nice, uttor- Jy iguorant and debased ! llicro is notliing in t lio history of all tlie na tions of the earth, for the last six thousand yeffrs, compared to it in folly and madness. 1' uturo ages will regrd it as tho most romarkublo fatuity that ever possessed any peo ple What a chango has como ovor the spirit and feelings of South Carolina within tho last seven years 1 The Federal Union was then benificent, republican and constitutional. There was nut an act of Congress, for eight previous years, which any on com plained of as uniust or ounrcssire. We were as happy and prosperous as a people could be. And yet that Uni...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 June 1867

She Republican. GtOROS 15. Goolll.ANDKR, Editor. "CLEARFIELD, PA Thursday Morning, June 13, 1867. Lucius M. Surge tit, the last oi the line of the old Boston aristocrat, diet! iu that city otr Thursday last, in the 85th year of his age. The Treasury Department at Wash ington, exclusive of Clark's harem now employs 2,500 clerks, nearly three reiri moots. These all contri bute to tho "national Mousing." Shin Plaster Currency Chase, now Chief Justice of tho Supremo Court held a negro levee ut Iluloigh, North Carolina, last week. Nice work for tho successor of Jay, Marshall and Taney 1 What a mockery it is to call this country-of ourfj 'a Kepnblic," while nearly one hulf of it is under the hjels of a" pure military dospotism administered by the greatest fools of that persuasion. Thad. Stevens persistently refuses to contribute anything to tho Lnn oaeter Homo for Friendless Children until negro children shall bo admitted on full equality with white children Tbad dies hard. We svpposo he ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 June 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. Trii :at::::: : :::::::June 1.1, b(7. v ,Vl"ll i- lb. Kev. Mr. Paipm 1 will j p-.a h tn ktithaus towuebip on halibath, JisflV 3" It til : At the srhool houe mi !. tnrr.-.a. afar l,r- Potter's, in the moraine, at l,a o' H At lirult-iil' aeh'l house, oo Kart- tus H.l. m Inr atTuooo, at 2 o'ehirk. Ami al 'lr..'.t kI"'-"! h'.use at f o'cliwk in the aveuiug. Edward Mark ii Co. have removed their boot and fehoo rHUblinlimcnt up Murket btrctt, immediately cast of the Clearfield House, and opposite the J! f pull tea n oBico, where those in want of new Soles, or wishing to have their olJ ones repaired, will jileaio call. Clotbinu at Ai'ctiov Mr. Joseph Knni proposes to sell at auction, at bis store in Clearfield, on every day during court week, a large lot of fash ionable clothing, furtiirihing goods, halx, boots, shoes, etc. Hours of sale, from half past 12 to 2, and from half pnht G to 9 p. ni. Let those interested, read the ad vertisement of Mr. J. A. Stine, who bas refitt...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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