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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 28 November 1860

Clearfield, Pa., November lSflOj ifroru that long distracted rnd'now fnm rT'M' . "" Milting country is for "Bread I Bread f f Shall "Justice" or "Majcrltlei" Bttlef We are pleasod to see that an alu. The Republican party has entire control dance of provision is furnished to them of the legislation in nil the aonslave from tho surrounding Slates; hut how holding Slates of the Union, with the ex-, meagre and slow, and how different the ception of New Jersey, California, and process of furnisbiog money and provi perhnps Oregon. The Confederacy is now sions to this people now, to what it was upon Ihe verge of disruption and dissolu- in 185G. Then public meetings were held tion, nnd, we remarked In our hut pa everywhere in the North. "Emigrant per, Ihero is hut one way to avert tho Aid Societies" were formed in several most nwful calamities thatevor threaten-i Northern Slutos. lleury Ward Beech er, ed to blast the hopes ef the human fami- and a number of scmi-Infldol preachers, ly, and 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. — 28 November 1860

ttOVE Car ViWat jbroii. fcrr" '..11 1 1 'Hi ffpe Winter vWBtBjialet tMroadpof a ad ' IttMttM LlaMKeT Ja b! J,.'. . StpttM J"Bteat;4b 1 - tt tcikj u i m.ii ft. sa. " VlffTfriT-1 .Ktpre Vot Una - i .. . i X ).: a'aii "'- him J u, ' fPV. T : ij:a. -. Whether it h oaiiaad by .Ignoraiieo or ; jm&'otfy.; t both,-W know ftotj' bat nre bao aJwayi ;jputVi!y: IdjrVstjftnate ipou euraltiKtita u wtite'c.-'v However, iiaeama areboufb "'iottrtwb'cth Vire desiret or noi, i Jhe wfi and iaa . tula Dentoatheae?. who )re1deroVer (haf; ably Xficohtficted'itawVklA M&iman'h ifountii, U bound b bripru ihto aoterit . y. LartTveek7'. rornished. !Us WJera wi.au uu iv tiiua ltft-1 rire mciuu ing Ui.a Jtadyri too, .aH th reauHef the ' 'Ctearju-l(t JttputiliAiiit.' He I abon 'u pon on whole column, in wblcli he heither as ert, or (lenie A facCtilto'jiie- irfnd, Ye heir the jouavd.'bu we know not from whotieo t. came 6r wliitber It ! iot;s-M it 11 an winu, arw no arguroeiH in tna end. Whenever ' bla' fir...

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 November 1860

THE EQUALITY OF THE GRAVE. Th glori of ear blood ud stU Ar shadows, not substantial things) , Ther It no armor against Fat Death lay hi ley bands oo king. ' Poeptre aad erown ' - ' ; Both lie dowa. And in th dust b qua! mad With th poor crocked icytb and ipad. Som men with iwordi msy reap the Holds, And plant fresh laurels where they kill; Hut tlieii itrong norves at last must yield, They tame but ooe another itlll, Early or late, They etoop to Fate, And must give up their murmuring breath When they, pale capt'ves, creep to death. The garlands wither on your brow, Then boaat no nore your mighty ieedi Upon death'i purple altar bow, All head most eome To the eold tcmhl Only the action of tin juat Smelt eweetand blossom in the duat, Agricultural gtatttrs. WHEAT AND CHESS-OS CE MORE. Fire Hundred Dollars Reward. From the American Agriculturist. I've been aching for more than thirty years, to give editors of agricultural jour nals 'fits," for you uro the most arrogant chaps, we farmers h...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 4 December 1860

J.-- I .!!' I JuepJbr lilt BY 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO. PRINCIPLES, iot MEN. TERMS (1 99 per Annum, if paid in advanoe. VOL. XXXI. WHOLE NO. W33. CLEARFIELD, PA. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, I8G0. NEW SERIES VOL. I. NO 21. ii y Av'w VVAv A I ijje filcarfitlb Republican. ' Terms ot Sahscription. Jf paid la advaaoe, or within three monthi, ft 25 If paid any time within the year, ... 1 60 Ifpid after the expiration or the year, . 2 00 Terms of Advertising. Advertisements are inserted in the Republican at the following ratei : 1 Insertion. 2 do. 'niqiiTe,(141inei,) $ SO $ Ii Two squares, (2Mlnos.) 1 00 1 0 n,.. ..iuiir. M2 lines.l 1 60 2 " S'do. $1 00 2 00 2 50 J) month' .no's. 12 mo One Square, I t : i $i - $1 00 $7 00 Twosqatres, : : Three scares, t Four squarot, : Half aeehuun," : 4 00 S 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 : 5 to : 00 t8 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 18 00 One column. I 14 00 20 00 85 00 rirnr th run weeks and less than three months 25 cents per iquare for each insertion. Business notices not exceedi...

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 December 1860

4 t r iv fM til... ': k j u vhMA Mill nnr 11 1 IL UC ILUdUlUU duv But one Hope of Averting Dissolution Within The last few clays one ortwosu- ostions lave made their appearance, which, if adopted, and speedily carriod in to cflect, may possibly avert the threaton ,(1 destruction of tho Republic, and all its iiccompnnying horrors. Tho only one of tin-so suggestion that has tho slightest hope in it, is, tint a Convention of Dele gates Tom all the Stales b held forthwith in revise the Constitution, or rather, to . teaily mark out th'j Towers nnd rights of the respective States; nnd tho repeal. by tho States, of all laws tending in any .. ., loirree to nbstruct tlio execution 01 1110 law provi.ling lor the restoration of fugi tive slaves; and the enacting of a law in .ach 8tato, providing that in nil cases where a runaway slave tdiall bo reenptu-i-cil, and rescued by violence, tho county in which such rescue look place, shall be li.iMe for costs nnd damages. Vc sec no other plan no othe...

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 December 1860

rcitit. EPNUnAY. -DECEMBER 5, 118GQ, T Cr Time t Tyrone. The Winter arrangement of tho Pennsylvania Lilroixl, on and after tho 26th instant, will bo a rllw ; . TRAINS IS AVISO Villa .', -j Twin - r - - , faun-M I'tfiengor - - TRAINS LEAVING vrt.it rmnger - -' hit Train EASTWARD. ' . . - . 3.50 a. m. -' - - - 12.10 p. m. - - - . 10.13 p.m. WKSTWARt). - . . - - 7.42 a. m. . . . , 12.53 p. ra. . . - 8,22 p. m. Jut Lin f No traini run on Sunday except the Express. Schod Drafts. Tlie County Treasurer has lately re lived a number of letters from School Jirectors, in the different boroughs and jjwnshipi, in reference to the payment of jfcliool Draft for 1800. Below we publish llistof the school districts in which the Wafts hve uoen paid by the Treasurer for 203, together with tho number and jiiaunt ol eacu urau ; lehuol District Itrcsria lell - 1 ha?" . Ijfurd lrJ.v - Inrnsids JcurficM jirwensvillo Jheit -Covington Decatur kVtuion 4) -Uen Number. Aiuuuul, , 1472 $101 14 ItiUtf 814 616 102(...

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 December 1860

TWENTY YEARS AGO. How wondrous are the changes, Tim, Since twenty years ngo, Wlien pa's -woro woolen dresses, Jim, And boys wore pants of tow When shoes were made of calf-skiu, And socks of home-spun wool ; And children did o fair day's work Before they went to scbooll When girls took music lesson, Jim, Upon fbo spinning wheel ; And "practiced " late and eaily, Jim, Upon the snirwikig wheel ; Tho hoys would ride bareback to mul A dozen miles or so. And hurry off before 'Kas day, tkmie twenty yeasngo. Tlvc people rode to meeting, Jim, In sleds, instead of Weighs, And wagons rods as easy, Jim, As buggies, now-a-days ; And oxen answered well for teams, Though now they'd be too slow, For people lived not half bo fut Somo twenty years ago- 0, well dr. I remember, Jim, That " patent cooking stove, " That father Vought and paid for, Jim, In cloth our gals had wove ; And how he neighbor wondered When we got M thing to p". And vaid 'twould bust and kill us all, Pome twenty years ago. Yes eve...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1860

I ... Ih. 4 D cu i) . If K f k hi u ur m 11 ,1 .9 -2... BY G. B. GOODLANDER & CO. rEINCirLS3. lot MEN. . 9 . .- .. TERKS-tl 23 per Annum, if paid in advance. newseihks vol.. i. no. si; i VfX VVY1 U'llrM P Vrl trt1 CLKAIlFltXl), PA. Wa)NESCA, JUlCL 5. , ICGQ.',. i !c"fflnrfidb fpublican. Mwa i l 1 - i '. i' i Ji Term of Kiibicnpiion, It pall In dvoo,rwltliiiithrooinonlns, tl 55 tf paid any tirfra wliMli the yeT, ... 1 40 lra.ld ftor the expiration of the year, . 2 UO Term of Advertising. advertisements aro inserted In the Republican t the following rutes : Insertion. 2 (In. S do. e square, (14 line..) 6 1 JO Two iquaro., (Inline.,) 1 00 1 10 2 00 Three squares, (42 lines,) 1 & I 2 40 it month' .no'l. 12 mo 0e Sonare, 00 7 00 rwos.iuare.i, : : : : : 4 60 00 10 00 Three squares, : I : : 5 00 8 00 12 00 frotir I imron, : : : : 6 00 10 00 14 00 Half a column, : : : : 00 12 00 IS 00 One column, : ! : : 14 00 20 00 34 00 Over three wieks nad loss than three men tin 24 eents per niu...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1860

till i i -V-...AV7''v. wy ,1-- ( Inn lit lil, ls., ncrrnilir-r ft, lO0 Hut one Hope of Averting Dissolution. H'illiin tlieliut few d.iys ono ortwomig- ppstion have made their afponruiop( which, if adopted, and upeedily carrid in to pfleol, may posbihly avert the threaten ed dffitruetioa of tho Eepubl!c, and all its nccorupanying horron. 1'he only one of these suggestions that hxs tho ulightett hope in ii, N, that a Convention of Iele giiten fronvnll the Stales ho held forthwith in revise tno vonsiiiuuou. or raiiier, xo 1 I clearly mark out tho Towers nnd rihU of tho reupcctivo States; nnd the repeal, l.y tho States, of all laws tending in any dogieo to obstruct the execution of tho law providing lor the restoration of fugi tive slaves; and the enacting of a law in each' State, providing that in all cases whe ro a runaway slave t-hall bo recaptu red, and rescued by violonce, the county in which such rescue took place, shall be liable for costs and damages. Wo see no other plan no oth...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1860

" Hi) ' jrsv v ' tlw tlict inn I ut It. ; Uitr tm; tie uusr. un Ufa oi Hi , n U I i. as TS u-ii 5s l -a 1. . nun- '.lilt, tu.i lit ,T "u1 fX.t sir- m ic i lu :f an u r T .1. i v t nut' , f iii ini h I CI r Hit f. iret niir rr r 11 T1 u ti r i'5 t - i a - j. DC jl: t :j IS ll v r . t l I t i 0 t frimn. ' I Ml'1 II A, 1 "i. I tt llm l)ll'r. t I t .l II1 " I ' T r J I Y ' II t H I in ill ili'lfllil, W ill t'li K foil": rfil' ,Trmn KiptrM I'"'" V'r 1 ihai.ns i.ruiNt F,re I'e.-iii g' r Hhj Iram - -, . . . . s. a. 12 I" p. . in.li r u r-T-AH". . . . - 7.13 . ... ii -im ,.. tH Line i Ht navns run on Sunday ex.'upl llio Express. ML I I" 1 1 Sohocl Drafts. The County Tt'enmrer him lately r cmcU nuinlti.'!' or letters from Fchool Dirertois. rn Ihe dlt.oront borotitrhs and townships, in reference tft the payment of 8d6ol UrsfU Tor 1800. l'.olow WO publish, list of the School districts In which the draft! have been paid by tho 'JYeasurcr for i4.rt-i i.A.t.. .i. n..n,i... mill lw.ui , iBcuu-i .....

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 5 December 1860

r ltd l o r 1 1 it . TWF.NlV VFABS ADO Mot wrpt'mn m hmi-, Jim, Cilice Ittcfily )rnr . Wlirn "otti woohn drcsw, Jlnl, And ) wore pants f. nr IVIiMt slinVn nrtn made of rnlf-liii, And acrks of iminn-spin wool j And children J i I f.iir ila) ' wotk iVfore Ihcy went to school ! When piU t'M'k futiM. 1 r. , .Tim , t'ion llie iinninjt whrl j Ami " prncticr-d " Into nnd cmljr, Jim, I'poii Hie spinning wheel : The boys would rido bareback (o mill, A dozen ir.iha or so. And hurry oil before 'twas tiny, Nome twenty yeasngo. The people rodolo meeting, .Tim, In sleds, instead of sleighs. Ami wagims rodu as easy, Jim, Anhujig'os now-a days ; And oxen answered well forleunu, Though now they'd bo too slow, For peoplo liwl not half no fiiHt Somo twenty y tars ago. O, well de I remember, Jim, That " patent cooking btove, " That father Voupht nnd paid for, Jim, In cloth our gal had wove ; And how the neighbors wondered When wc go, tha thing to go, And mid 'twould bust and kill us all, Sonio twenty y...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

1 r.v 4 13Y 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO. riUNcinns, not men. TERMS $1 23 per Annum, if paid in Advance. NKWSKUIKS V01, l.-M) , 2" 'VOL. XXXI. WIIOLK NO. 1fi.1l. CLKAIU 11X1), PA. WMDMvsr.AV, DliC. 12, IRfiO. j - y p V V ,'.'N5, i 64)C U'lcai ficlb iltpubloi .i ' .-'I. ijji Terms ol Wubur ription. If paid in advunco, nr within throe mouths, 1 1 2i If paid any time within the year, - . . .', If paid after the aspiration of the ye;sr, 2 00 Terms of AdvcrUslnir. Advertisements arc inserted inobe ltcpubliean i M tut following rater : 1 Insertion. ' n square, (1 1 lincsj $ 50 Two squares, (2SlinM,) 1 CO Thr squares, ( I-' lines,) 1 SO 3 month' 2 do. S do. 1 1 00 2 110 2 60 12 mo 7 00 10 00 12 00 11 00 18 00 Hi 00 $ S.i 1 60 2 fl' .no'e. ti n 6 OO 8 U io on 12 00 20 00 One Sttnre, Twoau,tmrcs, : Three squares, Four squares, Half a column, 4 : i 14 on oo oo oo oo On ctatiin, Over throe weeks aa J !' than threo mot, lbs 25 cents per s'liurre for caeh insertion. ..Busiaons uuticos not exceeding...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

Is tflit O'luifitta llfMibli(;ui Clcarliiltl, l'a., pcrmiticr 11, l"H tmyllon. Win. Ihglcr will please nc cojit our thank for a bound copy of tlio Congressional (Hole of the first Session of tho riiirty-Sixth Congress. Will it be Done. In about ono month from (his date, the Governors of the following States will he cnlleil upon lo transmit their nnnuul mes sages to their rospectivo Legislatures: Pennsylvania, New Ycrk, New Jersey, und Ohio. We hope to he nblo to stalo to oor rend ers In time, the fuel, that they will act in concert by throwing oil upon tho now tempest-tossed sea of polities. We hnvc no doubt that Governor Packer, of out State, will, in bis forthcoming message, strougly urge tho repeal of every obnox ious ennetnient upon our statuto books. The same can be expected from (iov. Ol den, of New Jersey ; from tho Governors of New York and Ohio wo expect but ini tio, as they are both Ilelporiles, nnd have bo fur shown more respect for party than patriotism. Gov. Morgan, 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. — 12 December 1860

obifiilH V(rni1i(iiii. wii'Nui' ' ",MI", I nt 1 imf t 1 J vy? Winter dii -" nl IU V-w .llr. iO . ri M -I nfi. i the t'liih In t . . I . .I.t.. I l foll; Tn n ins m n i-n. rt s :;n "' )U1I Irmn U In p. in. ltrtl PiT'enger IH.I.l i. III. . , i n a t s n i.i:aimu wimwmU'. 'ue ln'senger 7.Ui.in. JUall Train 1 2.' . m. '!( l.it.o S.22 .. in. Kn trnini run on fufiday t leapt Ilia Kxprosi. I pv rcTeronco to another column our reader will observe llio ndiertitemcnt of "Township ftiul I.ocnl Ln.vs of rcnnsylva iia." Wo ha vo thoroughly cxnmincd "this wot It, nnd find it inch ns should bo Sn tho hands of every Jinan, .called uon to onre in the various tovnBhip ofliees, nnd filso of every citizen desirous of having a knowledge, of the local laws of our State. Persons desirous of obtaining copies, or becoming agents, sbould apply nt once to It. J. Wallaoe Ksq., of this place, tho gen eral ngent for Clonrfield county. " Com- vs. Joii.v Cathcart. Upon tho application of tho counsel for the Deft. ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

Y -ll t ililii .IMidli'inuiil", IM MM'K t.S I 1IH llnlil .1 I - 1 1 1 I In I f lilt i Mil I i III. U I II I n I i I Ml ii,.. Ml II Mill I I' tt Mil Mil ll-i I A 1 1 w Hi f I s 1 ' ' ' I III I I II M ' I I' h I! .in i Ml V in M 1 ,,. 1 I 1 t. I . 'N S V til It I ll I t I i .. I I III 1 line t It I "In . lot f " ' ml ( It ' IMHU l, 11 M fiMi't lb" i'l-lll In I il l, Hi I I- lis. ...i.t n itiii: ttsintl'fi. . ..... - - i::n .,.! I M,"l Iniin li l" !' "' tnl " I'"'"" " 1:1 !' '" 1 R Alva I.I. A 1 ! I tt IV Kti. J f "" 1 ' n " "fi tt f r 7.12 . in. Mml Train 1 .'" i. m. -i Line ".2-' I'. i. JCi trains run on f nfiday txropt the K t prrni. I !'. rcTiTpnoo to nuotlicr rclnmti our Teili'i !i will oliwrve Uio nihcrtieiuiiit of TowiiBhip ninl I.ncitl I.nivg of I'MinsjIvn tfia." Wo lmvo llioiouplily cxiiinincd till woiU, ninl fiiiil it vieli is slirtulil io In Ibo lmiiiU of ovcr) nian, called upon to err in the vanoim tovngliip odires, nnd nlso of every citizen leirous of having h knowk-ilgo 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. — 12 December 1860

V-.1 w m v u il I -til!1 I l I s I ) mi: i v u i. III, iui ll) i: i i A i. i.jti'ju.ir t'J. t ! A Mi I no! ,ix i r 1 1 Ii M I (I tli r- 1 ,, I I . ii', ' I liw 1 l i I' ll, I l l Kl I I Ml ll 111 III II III! II II II II I II 1 1 tl Mm il' "III')'. i in I llii' I I 'l tli'' hn I l I, III 1.1' I IllllllL' " l- ' i I tii't III" til -c'i il l' Ii 'I I li.'i in i ti n-lilnii' tin ir nf". il.K iiu ini f ( m i f inMii;; Dip lie", liil.' nil.. I i.i.M) lli' M i- i 'I I ;pv -t.i'nl jus I hri i' I heir I allien Mood l 1 1 (mii wh'le tin') ii o ! tUhft', nil fiirit, limit and M-nse Their tin- liiystiTimis potter Tn live ii". thrills cf joy or w A t clve-inoutli in an hour! Seize, then, the minute nf they s. The woof ol Life in thoitnlil ! AViinu up l!.e colors lot Hums glo n, With Hk or Itnoy fraught. l.ivc lo Mine jwrpOHD make thy Life A pill of use to thee ! A joy, a good, n ;.)!den hope, A heavenly argosy. COUN'IY DlKJ'CTOliV. l ime f lljl(ilj; ittrt. Keroinl Momlny of Juiiuury, Third Manil...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

Ai.fc. r I I I - - . .. .. . . " a. - --'...-.......,.. BY G. B. GOODLANDER & CO. VOL XXXI.-WMOU: NO. (Licarficlb rpuMitim Terms ot Subscription. If paid in advance, or within throa months, f 1 24 If paid any tiiuo within the yonr, . . . j 50 (f paid after tho cxpirutlon of the yeu, 2 00 Terms of Advertising. Advertisements aro inserted in tho Republican at th following rates : 1 Insortinn. 2 do, 3 do. tl 00 2 00 2 50 1 2 1110 $7 00 10 00 12 00 11 00 IS 00 ' no square, (14 lines,) $ 50 Toso,unres, (28lines,) 100 Three squares, (42 lines,) 1 60 $ 75 1 50 2 3 moniu' .no's. $ I 00 fl 00 8 00 10 no Ono Square, ::!$!., Two squares, : : : t t 4 00 Three squares, : : : : 5 00 Four square, : : : : fl 00 Half a ecihimn, : 1 : : 8 00 On. column, : : : : 14 00 12 00 20 00 j no Over threo weeks and loss tlmn throe uiGt.ths2j cents per square for each insertion. Business notices not oxcoeding 8 lines nro in lefled fur $2 n year. Advertisements not marked with the number of Insertions desired...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

Uj (Eitarfitto- gtpublirau Clearfield, I'a., December 17, IH0; jfcfirHon. Wm. Bieler win please nc- iwpt our lhai.ks for a bcund copy of tbo "oflgrMsiorial UIouo ol the lirst ci-sion 01 tho 1'hiity-Sixth Congress. Will it be Done. In about one month from this diite, the yovernois of tbo following States nill.be called upon to transmit their annual mes sages to their respective Legislatures: Pennsylvania, Now Ycrk, New Jersey, und Ohio. We hope to be able to stato to our raid ers in time, the fact, that they will act in concert by throwing oil upon tbo now terapest-tossed sea of politics. Wo hare no doubt that Governor Taokcr, of our Stato, will, in hit forthcoming message, strongly urge tho repeal of every obnox ious enactment upon our statute books. The same can be expected from Gov. Ol den, of Kew Jersey ; from the Governors of New York and Ohio we expect but lit tle, as they are both Ilelperitcs, and have to far shown more respect for party than patriotism. Gov. Morgan, of New Yo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

4 IMt &jc CItiufitto Itpbluan, WEI i N KrtUA Y .1 EC EM EE B " 1 2,80o! Car Time nt Tyrone. The Winter arrangement of tin Pennsylvania roilroad, I'll 11 11 J niter the 2Clli instant, will bo as follows : TRAINS LEAVING E ST WARD. Fart Lino 8.30 n. m. Mail Train 12.10 p.m. t'xprvss Passengor 10.13 p.m. TRAINS LEAVING WESTWARD. Exprois Passenger ...... 7.42 a.m. Mail Train 12.58 p. m. Past Lino - 8,22 p. m. No trniui run on Sunday except the Express. i . - Ilclu Sbtwtiscmcnts. 11 HEAT HOKK ON T1IF. IIORSI3. ill' ' ' . ' THE nORSE AND HIS DISEASES:' rpili: CM'.AHl'IKM) ACADEMY, will X bs open oil fur: the reception of pupils, JUSTICE TO THE SOUTHA NEW ! LEANM EM) COUN1 Y. MS. tf BOOK, ana one destined to crtute a sousa- j The Commonwealth of Penusy Ivun'a to the nun. uui i uuimnou. illor I Of U oarfl rf Tnnnlv. UnnfTiMi, 1 At. Ul AT...,J. . in,k man ...... " j i . i ui.iun mm iuiii hits w ... vumw j , .. ,,.. wiui w,. Stkav in ii.ii. r i .i,i.,,. !y Robert Jkininos v n unBvinguuiii...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 12 December 1860

-V.-r t THE LIFE GUAGE. Thor err whoninsure life ly yenrs, Srith l'ah-cor thouylitless toneu; Some 1 tails prow old before their time; Oilier arc nlwuya young. Ti tint tlio number oftlio lines I hi L ilo'f fast tilling inpo ; 'Tin not (ho iu Iso's added throbs M'liL-li constitute thcirnc. Some souls ore serfs unong tlio fico, Wlnlo other nobly th'ivc; They standjust wliein their lather stood Dead even whilo they live! Cither's,' all siril, heart oiul senso Theirs thu iiiytvriouH power To livo in thrills of joy or wo, A ttvelvo-moiith in an hour) Solzo, then, 'M winutrs .is they pass The w oof of Lifo is thought I Warm up the colors lot then; glo n, With tiro or fmoy fraught. Llvo to some purposo mako thy Life A gift of use to ihee ! . A joy, n good, n go'.den hop?, A heuvenly argots. COLWIY P1KLCTOKY. Time oflloldlag Court. Second Monday of January, Third .Monday of March, Tliinl Monday of June, 1 ourth Monday or. September, Id each year, and continue two nocks essary.' if no County...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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