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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 June 1867

jSUHfllous pisrcUanj. Thr-ro are two nmliltionn that nnn Imvo in nocking to ninko nirmoy. AVhon a man riiRke". money just fur the sulto of hnviiiir moro monoy than anybody else, hf In like Israel nt the foot of Mount Sinai down on it belly bo fcrc a golden t-alfl When a mnn makes money in order that bo tnny havo moro than Stewart ban, more thnn Astor has, moro than (rirnrd had, or moro than anybody clue, bun or bad, be is a calf worahiping anoth er cull! and that to, right in tlio presence of Mount Sinai, with God, in his dignity and glory, cnahrinod in the summit. That is ono way in wbich a man, if ho has more money than he requires for his personal wants, can go on acquiring beyond that. Tlio other way is lor tho man to ieel that money if a power for good, and that ho is an administrator of it. And be that stands in the midst of wealth with this fooling, stands like a sovereign. Thoro is no othor sphere on earth whero more can be dono than ia tho realm and dominion of woulth. A tr...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 June 1867

CEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. lUmiiMURfl, Juno U, 1?C7. n compliance with a resolution ,,l(,itcJ by the DoniwTHlie Slute Com mittee, t meeting held in Harris burg on the 2!Uh of jHnuury lant, the regular convention of the party lor uominaling candidate for tlio Su premo Bench assembled in the Cham ler of tlio House ot IU'presentntives, and at 12 o'clock M. and was cnllod to order by the Chairman of tho Demo cratic Stato Committee, Hon, Win. A. Wallace. lty direction of tlio chairman, the cleric proceeded to call the list of del c'te8, when tlio following gentlotucn answered to their names : SENATORIAL DELEGATES. 1st Tiistrict ClwrlosW. Brooke. 2d district Anth'y J. Lecehler. Sd District Samuel G. King. 4th District A. D. lloileau. 6th District B.AI. Buyer. Oth District O. J. James. 7th District G. W. Stine. i 8th Diblrict Dr. K. B. KhoadoH. Jlth District K. W. Hughoa. 10th District Peter Gilbert. 11th District Evan Holbon. 12th District G. K. Nicholson. 13th District B. D. Hamlin. 14...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 June 1867

She UpuMiran. Urorok B. (Joodi.andkr, Kditor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, Jane 20, 1867. Democratic State Ticket. JCDGB OF THE 81TREMK COIRT, HON. GEORGE SHAESW00D, Of PlIlliDILPHli. N'otice. 'ext week will be tho lutt iuo of tho Republican in which ModiJatei can announce their names in accordance with tho rules of the party being threo weeks previous to the primnry election. The Pittsburg Commercial glibly asks : "Who hinders reconstruction !" We answer, the lendors of your party tho men who court disunion. The traitors are in your own camp; auk iliem. Tho loyal ring-mnntor, Thad. Ste vens, wanU tho Itumpcrs to meet in July. We hope they will oboy him in this requcBt, because the next ses sion they will make rope enough to bung themselves. Death or aw Editob.. We regret to learn that Col. E. G. Koddy, editor of the Genius of Liberty, and Deputy Collector of Internal ficvenuo, died at bisrcBtdonco in Uniontown, Fayette county, Ta., on the 12th iust., of con gestion of the brai...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 June 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. 1 ill HillAV: ::J uno 2(1, I8t!7. Ilia Audi unit of li It o township lliig wri'k iiuhlich u statement of their liouiity act-mint m t ts Court convened on Tuesday morn ing, all tlio Judges on tlio bench, and up to this ti mo hnve lieen dispatching innttert in ruther n btisinPM way, Thoeo in need of a farm will plcnso read tho advertisement of William R. Green, in another column. Ho linn a valuable- property, which lie will sell cheap and on reasonable terms. Ji'Roua and Witnesses We are requested by Sheriff Faust, to an nounce that Ihcro will bo no Court held next wcok, all tho causes having been continued. Parties, jurors and witnesses who have bcou notified need not attend. fho Cumberland I'renhvtcrinn Gen oral Assembly (Southern) decided m il Into meeting i.i KentiicUy that it was ilio duty of tho Church to "lonvo all civil and political 'locutions to Cie nr, to whom, by God's ordinunco, they belong," A sensible body. Clearfield Mmkita. Reported weekly forthr Ci.a....

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 20 June 1867

gt.lfltoua yiUfrtlaay. 'I ppo no Kin in dancing," ftitl young Chrintian belonging lo family of wcullli and indiieuoo, "but tlio world thinks lightly of Christinim who indulge in sui.li mnuBcnHMit,nd 1 v ih to have my piety uiuhullt'iiged.' ''How long will your jicojilo linten with ililereal?" paid antranga timuli cr to a pastor. ''I hnvo never tried them, and would ndvieo you not to," wa the rej.ly. If your Berinon is pood, don't Bpoil it hy overworking. If it is yow, they will want I'W5 of it. ; SodepiMhlimt is the Christian clmreli udou tho llolv Glioit, that there nev er wat nn aeeeptuhlu high heaved by a penitent apart from him ; never did holy Bong mount to heaven except ho gave it wings ; never was there true waver or faithful ministry except through the power and might of the Holy Uliojst. To educate a soul for heaven is an much a divine task as to emancipate a soul from sin. To comfort a do- BDondinir Christian, to strengthen his weak hands and confirm his fecLlu knees, to b...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 June 1867

nt Only Had a rinno." Tlii )l'ftKitiit," cxcliiimod tlio young tiimbund, tukir.g hit neat cosily iu the rocking chair m llio tc thing woro removed. The firj glowed in thornte, inventing a prettily and neatly finished i'lttin-room, with all tbe appliances of comfort. Tlio fa tiguing' businesi of the day was over nd lie at enjoying, that which he had all dny been anticipating, the dolighta of his own friends. Ilia pretty wifo isthcr took her work and aat down by the tablo. "It is plAHRnnt to have a home of one's own," be said, again taking a satisfactory surrey of liia snug little quarters. Tho cold rain boat againut tbe windows, and he thought bo felt grateful forull hispresontenjoyraent. "luv if wc had on'y niauo !" oaid the w ifo. 'Give me the musio ol your sweet Toice before all the pianos in crea tion," he declared complimentary, do npito a certain secret disappointment that his wife's thankfulness did not chime with bis own. "Well, but we want one for our friends," said Esther. ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 June 1867

V She iVcpuWiraw. GeoiuiC B. (fOom.AHBKB, Editor. ' CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, June 27, 1867. Democratic State Ticket. ' JUDOS OF THE Bl'PRKMB COURT, HON. GEORGE SHARSWOOD, op rninniLrnu. Mi - It is rumored that (ion. Konsseau, lata member of Congress from Ken tucky, but now of the TJ. S. Army, will succeed Goo. Sickles in Military District No. 2. A gang of seven State robbers have been arrested at llarriuburc for plun- Vdering th State Library of books, and' tho Departments of a largo amount of stationery. Rather cool businoss this season of the year, for Democratic paperi, to publish the prospectus of Forney's Pros rather a sharp eye to business, which it may be, but it augurs no good to Democracy. lion. Lewis 1). Cumpboll, of Ohio, TJ. S. "Minister to Mexico, has resign ed that position The President at once tendered it to Goo. Stoedman who refuses to accept. One of the loyal journals, feoling its weight, exclaim "simplify taxation." We think it is nimple enough, as it tak...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 June 1867

THE REPUBLICAN. :::::::::Jnne '11, 107. Tni-R!rAV::::::: Wool Cammno. We call the atten tion of tlio reader to tlio card of the ilossr. Arnold upon thin subject. Thornier) manufneture Lumber, Flour and Feed. Ice Cream. An Ice Cream festival will como offut Mrs. 8. J. Bow's, on "Saturday evening, Juno 29th, tho pro ceed to be applied for the. bonefit of tlio Lutheran Church. Wo may succeed in having JUtlo Fourth of July in this plnco again. It will be noticed that the Giles Bros, will give a concert in the Court House on that day, whore aome fun may be expected. Tho attention of Builders and Car. pentors is called to tho notice publish. cd by the building committeo of the Catholic congregation of Tonn town shin, who invito proposals for the erection of a now Church. Tho card of Messrs. ShortlidgeA Co., lima dealers at Bcllufonto. will be found in this issue, to which wo call the attontlon oftlioso in need of that useful article. They are reliablo and responsible gentleman. Teed for S...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 June 1867

Kep good principle., nd they will kop you. That it bfid religion which make ut bfttotho religion of other peojilo. The "lowor order" are those who do nothing lortlie good of mankind. The rich nd poor are but differ ent renticloi of the name heart of hu manity. Kep your mind above your thoughts, and yuur thought above your ex pressions. Love not onlv occupies the highor lobes of the brain, but crowds out the lower to make room for its expan sion. A teacher who is attempting to teach, without inspiring the pupil with a dosiro to learn, is hammering on cold iron. An exchange says: "When you are angry don't write. Words when vpoken are air, but when written tucy are things." Death to the good man is the com ing of the heart to its blossoming time. Do we call it dying when tho bud bursts into a flower f If there were a free market for sal vation in that day when the trumpot cf God sliull awake the dead, now many buyers there would bo then ! There is a wholo sermon in the eayiog of the Te...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 11 July 1867

Tin: om ok Tin: mohmmimw Thnw.n? nnrliard l t I. hnril wmMinr 'in Minn Ihrnuphotit the North, wh liavo Wn d'-hi'le.! iii'u ai-lin Toting wtili tl' H ! ''Ilii--Ui n I-" for ilirit Tit voari, rlimild read anil pond, r will the fiUiiwinjrlinea, nnd then anwirfir himm-lf, if lie can, "why "I! ricn n,w rlfkir nod tho pour poorer :" 1 Work ! Work ! Work With pirk nncl ahovi-1 and axo, To fay New rnrlaii'l" proteetiun, lour own ami the lionilliuliicr'a tux. Work I Work ! Work ! There are million of nitrerti to feed, And the rot i bitched on with the JiuiiilhoMer'j rliiiui, And tlio (um ef Xew Knglnnd's grnrj. Tiic! Toil! Fweat! Ptill harder tlmn eaeh diiv before; It will (fo to koep nipp'rn and t.,nilho.l,-r tip Anil tlic wolt awnY from tho door. Work ! Wi.rv! Work! From the dann tn IhodtHk of dnT, For J'o-ir hopes are iTuihe.l with a weight of duht, That toil of your lilo won't pa-. You (Eino your aon to the war; The rifh u;ltl lonnct hi? piiij ; And tlto rich mana aim is hupp? to-diiy, A...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 11 July 1867

ST" She sUpubliran. ('cnmiR 11. (iodin.ANKKn, I'Mitor. "c LE A R.FI E LP, PA. Thursday Morning, July 11, 18C7. Democratic State Ticket. Jl'tHIK OF TIIK pTPKKMK CtU'RT, HON. GEORGE T3HARSW00D, or rim inn rm v. l'rimnry t'.lrrtion. On Saturday next tho Democrats of tins count-, nccordinr, to tho rules o( tho pnrty, will bo called upon to nom inate, by ballot, candidates for the several county olllces. m c hope there will bo a general turn-out of tho old j "Union-Savers," and that they will nominate tho very best men for the rcxpoctivo offices. It would bo well tor tho Keturn Judges to bo prompt Yin making their returns on Tuesday following. It nearly always occurs, that ono or two detain tho whole Con vention for hulf a day. This should bo avoided in tho future ; let all bo at the Court IIouso an hour before the timo, rather than an hour after. Declination. Tho card of li. D. Hall, Esq., who was a candidate for Sheriff, appears in this issue, and speaks for itself. It will bo observed...

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 July 1867

THE KKIMJBWCAN. ::::::::::.! illy II. I'"' f Tin ul'AV::::: I jjotli Hunk ,i;'irU njipnir in our i jfciiio to-iiny, nmt j-rcM-nt a lionlthful 1 gtiito ol finniK '', nntwilliHtninliny tlio I ti.rlitnesH of tlio money mui kct. j chilis Wastkd. A first tliiRs Clothing Houbo in riiiluJcljiliia, wish 08 to cini'loy n Sitlosnian in thin comity. Soo the ndvci'lisoincnt in another col umn. , Wo cull tho uttoiition of our readers to thcndvcrtiscmcntof Messrs. Flegsil & Cinnoc, ofPhiliphnrg, who have en- torcd into Co-part nerslyi), and intend todo busincssat very low' rates. Wo arc pained to learn of tho sud den death of Mr. Jacob Ilnl)lor,onc of the oldest settlers of Graham town ship. Ho fell dead, wbilo at work in his field on the 4ih instant, aged about 07 years. Boom and Lvmbku Co. It will he noticed that tho corporators of tho Chieklacamooso Lumber and Boom company, havo opened their books fur tho subscription of capital slock to the company. This a raro chance for tho investment o...

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 July 1867

-i "lkf tlie vnllry of your foul A" full it jwihsil'lo oi' tho rvnTVoiril ol longing tloairo for a Mowing. I?o rilvvnys nt leiMiro to do n j;no4 art ion, novor innko luisitiesa. nn excuse for avoiding oII'icck ol'liiimanit'. Tlioso who would )ivuch Clirint, lmt not Christ crucilied, miss tho very oul and CKscnce of our holy faith. Tho more srlf in indulged, the more it demands, and therefore, of nil mcti tho eeltish men oro tho moro discon tented. It is far clicnpor to work one's head than ono's lionrt to goodness. I can make a humlreil meditations Bconer than eubduo ono sin in tho eoul. If thcro bo any nttainmont which 1ms seemod to 3-011 up till now to be impossible, long after it. If it bo any excellence of loveliness, or any cmi nenco of graco, let your soul bo en larged. Let us wait in prayer upon God and prepare to bo heard, lor Uod has great lloods of graco to givo, according to bis riches in glory by Christ Jesus will ho deals out large things to thoso whoso faith is largo, ...

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 July 1867

Mil I . nm ii.Bi i) iivi tt. r 1TAHB TAtinn. Tin. (Ifrmm 'lf In the turcei j The rmtor rail orr the waj The ei.Mier elcr Level to l.alllel The woodman In) aie to the tree. Tlirv arc cat h of Iho l.reo.1 of the hrna, The manhood att-uitcl in itrifr; BlnmK hamli thai o li((b!l.T lo lalsir, Tru hearla, that tftk. ooutUirl in itrifo In each l Iho seed to replenish Tbe world with the rg"T It nec.ls The centre of bonr.t intrntii.nl, The lini.uliie lo gcneroui deed. Bui the rhark drinks tlie blo.d of the fiiher j The ..ilor i. dropped in tha tea; Tbe aoMirr liei eo)d l.y the oannon ; The wooiUnan ii eruahed bj hie tret. Bach prodigal life that it waffled In many achicTeiiienta unleen, Bui Icnjrllipiin the dars of the coward. And strengthen, the crafty and wean. Tbe hlood of the Boble la lavished That the aeititk a profit may find ; God aces the live, tlmt are .niiauiiered, Aud we to hie wiidom are blind. "Poor Carlotta." "Poor Carlotta !" Maximilian was btiot faced, to tlio front. His last...

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 July 1867

She SJcuubliran. 4o George U. Guodla.ndkr, Editor. CLEARFIELD, PA. Thursday Morning, July 18, 1867. Democratic State Ticket. JL'DGE OF THE FIPREME COIRT. HON. GEORGE SHARSWOOD, or raiLAiiELmiA. Democratic District Ticket. ' ASSEMBLY, THOU. J. MtCULI.Ol'CH, or CL.-.nriEi.D rorjiTT. Subject to th action of the Iriatrict Coni-ention. Democratic County Ticket. riUF.BIFF, CYRENIU8 HOWE, Of Decatur townthip. TRIA8UREK. WILLIAM K. WRICLEY, Of Bradford towDihip. DISTRICT ATTOHNET, WILLIAM M. MtflLLOlCII, 0' CiearSeld borunrh. COMMlrSMO.NER, (ITU ELLO SXEAD, Of Bunmde townahip. JIRT COMMISSIONER, RICHARD ft. ELLIS, Of Bell town.hip. Al'DITOR, rLARK DROWI, Of Lawmin1 township. CORONER, JAMES A. MOORE. Of Ci.-arf.iid borough. Oir Ticket. We jiresont to-tlay to our readers tho excellent ticket, put in Domination hy the people on Satur day. Tho peraona composing this ticket are all men of unimpeachable Character and Htcrling democrats. Vrhcy arc all worthy of the positions for which thoy have be...

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

"THE" KKPUBUCAN. lrBM).v::::::::::::::::::::":JMl.V Is, lS(57. John li. Cuttle, Esq., will please accept our thanks lor an Illustrated . JIiip of Europe. Tobacco iSlavoa should try Dr. Child's antidote for chewing, smoking and smitling. Only $1. SSeo adver tisement in another column. Proposals aro invited for re-building tho Bridgo across tho river, on tho turnpike route from Curwcnsvillo to rhilipburg. Sco advertisement. MS Normal School. Tho second quar ter of tho Normal School, in Cur wcnsvillo, will open on tho 80th of July. All persona desirous of teach ing tho coming winter, will no doubt find it greatly to their advantage to attend, financially as well as intel lectually. During the epidemic of intormit- tcntu in tho West this season, the whole immense stock of Ayer's Ague Cure becamo exhausted, -avnd the pro ducing power of his Laboratory was found Inadequate to meet the demand. Many who know its extraordinary virtues for the euro of Chills and Fe ver, paid exorbitant prices...

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 July 1867

THE HKPUHUCAX. .. ::Julv 1 " will jde' ; John L. Oitile, Ksq accept our thank, for an Illustrated . Map of Euro!. ToWi-o Slave houil try IV. Child' antidote far chewing, smoking and snufling. Only II. !oo aJver tietraent in another column. Proposals are invited for re-building the Bridge aero? the river, on the turnpike route from Ciirwenviilo to rhilipsbnrg. See advertisement. Normal School. The second quar ter of the Normal School, in Cur wensville, will open on tho 30th of July. All person desirous of teach ing the coming winter, will no doubt find it greatly to their advantage to attend, financially as well as intel lectually. I'oring the epidemic of intermit- tents tn the West this season, the I whole immense stock of Ayer Ague! Cere became exhausted. aji.l the Tiro- i , . r i t J 1 uutiiig i .... 1 1 vi uis i.iiiiui fliur j nils found inadequate to meet the demand. Many who knew its extraordinary virtues for the cure of Chill and Fe ver, paid exorbitant prices for it to those ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 18 July 1867

Without tlio Spirit of Go J, wo arc ):k to a ship at rained unto the beach; ihcn the tilo hi iwodol, thoro In no moving her until the flood shall apain lift her from tho cm.U. We nro like that frofcn ship, of which we roml the other day, front bound in tlio far off Arctio sea: ur.til tho Spirit of God ahull thaw the chilly coldness of our natural e?tnte, and bid the I i fa floods of our hearts flow forth, wo must lie, cold, lifeless, cheerless, pow erlota. The Christian, like tho mar iner, dopend npan tlio breath of heaven, or his Urk is without mo tion. We nro liko tho plants of tho field, and this gonial season oncosts the metaphor: all tho winter through vegetation sleeps wrapped up in her frost garments, but when tlio myste rious influence of Fpring is felt, alio unbinds her cloak to put on her vest of many colors, while every bud be gins to swell and each flower to open. And so a church liesaslocp through u long and dreary winter, until God tho Holy G host loosoth tho bands of ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1867

' ictton but Destruction, " -JA Oi" L. N.J AS. BROOKS, OF SKW TOKK, Urllirrcd lu the Housrof rtcpraacutatUcs, July , IrHit. The House resumed the considera tioo of bill of the Houso (No. 128) supplementary to an act entitled "An act to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel Stated," paw ed on the 2d day of March, 1807, and the aet supplementary thereto, passed on the 23d day of March, 1807. Mr. Brooks Mid : 1 have no desire to address the House, and I do not flatter myself that anything which anybody tan say will change any body's vote ; but it appears to me that, as tho minority member of the committee reporting the bill, I ought to say something at least in tho way of protest. But before I proceed lur ther I crave the protection of the Speaker to enforeo the rules of debate, so as to save me from those points of interrogation or exclamation that so often crop out or popvput frdm gen tlemen skilled in dialectics-, who inter ject speeches within speeches, and thus de...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 July 1867

She ScnubHran. ' JroRc.i B.Goodlanitk, Editor. ri CADriri n da wutnruitLi, ' I Tbarsdaj Morais?, July 25, 1867. Democratc State Ticket. ji DuS rr THE ft PEEVE coi bt. EON. GEOEGE SHABSWOOD, mr saiLASsiraia- Democratic District Ticket. ASIVBLT, THOU. i. XtCl'ltOt'CH, r ati.riiLP rvrr. , Ik kim ti ti.str.rt CVve;ioa. Democratic County Ticket cntRirr, CYREXli; HOWE, OT Vrmxmt turnkey. nunitl, WILLIAM K- WflCLEY, Kf B radioed tcwaaap. nrraicr ATTyasrT, WILLIAM M. Hctl'LlOl'CU, 0 CkirtrM hmav-h. OTHELLO S1E1D, Of krassdr tewaskia. JIET ClJt.lSslO.ia, If Hll D . ELLII, or Ba AIMTC-a, t LAI. BROWS, (tf L "K teWT.a.a. JAMES A. MOO E. lT Ooarteid knttl The Rucip Cor jress aJjourneJ on Ut Sitoriay, to meet cn Thnrvlsy. ihe Jlt of November. The impeach ment lsTovs was a'.n s.ue'.!.ed. Tie T'ietstcr, Genera! ScIScId, on Striay list, by a military order, re IrirtJ vomiii earned Kirby from ja:l at nivhmoo j, Va , where she was r.otJ tor the niardir cf her hus baoL Te wonder if be ill next re lcs ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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