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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 27 February 1861

V! A PICTURE OF LIFE. BT JANE E. ROl'BI. 'Charles, come here !' '' f ' Slowly the bey approached Lis mother, 'vlitn the Intter gives biuj a smart box on ' iLe ears, adding, 'there, lake that; and ,,- .orfc l . ... HO" go to nonr. i . Why, mother, what have I done? , Done, you have dono nothing only set nd pored over that old r.Per for more a . titan RO Hour.' - s "But, mother, the chore are done, and it i storming.' 'Qo under tho shed, then,' and taw wood.' . , And he went, the boy of fourteen, dwarfed alike in body and mind, the for li3r by hard labor on the farm, the latter by 'Laid knock.' ' Toor boy 1 and this was tho nephew I had so loDged to see, for I remombored him as a sprightly boy of three years, full of life and animation ; and this was tho sister that ! had coma so fur to visit, and this vas my first observation day in the family' circle,', lor sickness had hitherto confined me to my room, where all had been smiles and kind attention. Jly suter was some years older than...

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 March 1861

ttkroiilf ill ppMrati . r 37 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO. VOL. XXXI. WHOLE NO. THE SOBER SECOND THOUGHT. BY T. 8. ARTHUR. ' I musthavo it, Charles,' said the hand tome little wifo of Mr, Whitman. 'So don't put on that sober face.' Did I put on a sober face?' asked the husband, with an attempt to Bmile Hint was anything but a success. 'Yes, sober its a man on trial for life. Why, it's as long as the moral law. There, dear, cloar it up, and look as if you had at least one friend in the world. What money lovers you men aro,' ' How much will it cost?' inquired Mr. Whitman. There was another effort to look cheerful and acquiescent. 'About forty dollars,' was answored, with just a little faltering in the lady's voice, forsho knew the sum would 6eem extravagant. 'Forty dollars! Why, Ada, do you think I am made of monoy ?' Mr. Whit man's countenance underwent a remarka ble change, of expression. 'I declare, Charles,' said his wife, a little impatiently, 'you lock at me as if 1 were an object ...

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 March 1861

i.i. i.1 i -r- " -.-.-Jn-ri it ( CLEARFIELD, PA. Wednesday Morning, March 8. 1861. THE EXODUS. Every fnrco rrust have il comedy, but the recent extraordinary exodus of "Uncle - .... Abe," the raiUspliiier, from Unrrisburg to Washington, i cartainly without a .ri..l! in tho hilorv of modern perform - l r il.. ....1 anres. tl R ;rciuKiiiiv ic vi iiuiiuiim. i o nun in i. I v. L i' . I,Jl, ;.rf fort, nnd nonebut true prompted by miro than mere, mentiil ap- i Hepublicnn and patriotic Abolitionists be parition. Joseph, of old, warned by afRll0rvcd to approach tho TresidentT If had better hsvo des- young child and its mother, and departed into Eypt by night;" aud Nicodemus, stung by a se.iie of tin, nought the Savior betweun two day.; 1 ut we ore really at loss to detcrininc vrhut thing Abraham and led him to give his fiiend. the cold shouU dcr, and sneuk iiiguis.d ut 'right into Washington. Scnio say that Scvurcl told -hiai to doit; and, ready to follow rather 1 than lead, Lincoln obeyed ...

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 March 1861

!.V .flmrfMfc. "Unirlllif!m Jlilv.HV. j"f"'" u7"irT "NKSL'AV, MAhC'JI C, HUl -a A- i U " ! fsr Time at Tyrone. l, M,.ronin(li.tKrth.2aihiuUut,willb. tlMKi'uiTHa wastwakd. ' ..t.in4 8.30 a. m. g l,i:Triin - - H.IO p. m. 10.U p.m.! train lsavino westwakd. Itpn Paaeenger T.4I a. ra. Mm ir" ! ft tJ.0iB.-"r.n on" Sud'.y.xccPt th. Kx,.r.MD,' ... ....... "o Tim warra .lava of l,u.r. i.U "" "' ' brought out the red shirts to such an ex lotu to "am ui that railing was once onoo more upon u. . Since Thursday lust I here l' been a fine running flood in the rirer.and the sound of the axe, the clink of the dog-wedge, and rolling of timber could be heard at. all points 3everul rafts have jM'cd on their vay to market, but I Ihn r....A. mtiII Aa1i-a Dnutliiiiii wu , , ,. , , . u, ttirm. denends a little on the cominir Wi , - i - ----- o.iijuuuvviiuftiiiuuiiiiiamim uruuicra biiu flf'Uucle Abo's" promised good times.. Boom. An effort is !?ow being made to siain a charter for a boom at Jersey Shore, 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. — 6 March 1861

DRUGGIST LATIN. ' j A foolish mystery thrown around thoir art, nliko by the apothecary and tlio Vbysiciur, .hould ho at onco alroga ed.- If a physician prescribe quinine, let him ' . . . write quinino instenJ of 'sulphus quinre,' a i the usual custom. Common salt is 5nt s saline under the nnmo of salt oi uuder that of ruuriiw sodio or muriate of arxla, while Epsora salts will have an cf- feet quito as salutary when sold by that . ..... . i.. i..il.l ..,1 namo, as wuen mysterious, v phus sodas or sulphate of scda. A pliysi- cian calls nt your house, feels your fuhe, ... r . and, with an air of prolunuity, writes thus: MiLChlor Hjdiarg.) w Jalapro Tulv. J c Patient sends to the drug store, when t.-c.i- :t 1.,JM, In V, nn jiu iniua nut. v "t. abbreviation of mile chlnridutn of hydrar- giii, in other words, mud chlorido of mor curj -simply calomel. Jalnpou pulv. is of courre powdcrod jalap, and the cntiro rigmarole, is simply expressed: I en grains each of calomel and jalap. Tr, s -t l ...

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 March 1861

t' . l ;0 T'l'f it i. Waxaii 4 V IT 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO. VOL. XXXI. WHOLE NO PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS$1 25 per Annum, if paid in advance. nkwskmks vol. i. no ai. 1G15. cij:aiii n:iJ), vs. wi:dnii;a; makcii g, ogj. Itu,' '!! it.r '"K '.tilt iei j i RlW Con,., 1 fttti ricth, itki' ml J; m d ' tWii P f riehi !i: thin tbefc I'niiai It ilr udtf.t i. A.t mipj. nrm not liti t Ufl MtM rib. i ir.fi! u t heti. tithb at tin ited. liuiins ceut!,' linif ? f fare itl: ir.t ii rUM lh(i eic' -ill ki' :R055 OTTET eitio' llytti 1 Mlt , 0 jdiitC rMn' olberl brick ti vi 23S lf CItf i to ' le ' f, til ia. wui -. 4ffl THE SOBER SECOND THOUGHT. 1lY T. S. ARTlll R. "1 must have it, Charles,' said tholinnd lomo littlo wife ol Mr. Whitman. 'So don't put on tlnit sober fare.' " 'Did I put on a sober face?' asked the husband, with un attempt to smile that was anything hut a success. Yes, sober as a ninn on trial for life. "Why, it's as long as the moral law. There, dear, clour it up, ami look as if you...

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 March 1861

At 01' i He hi 1 1 ii,il,ali'H ' I Aimhi. iM f lii Mir-pen 1 1 1 1 n l,l, I. tlm M .il'l if 'In ,(. IIU l I" "M nnM HIT, INAiHiVrUt. 11,1 tlllll"md I 1 MM I Ill I I'll-!' M ,,,,( I , II'. nii'l li'HB '-H-ll It Out 1 nil" I'ul 1 1 -i'liii(t it' li.'i'i'i I Me o -biu-in 1 '. i .h1 il ! 1. l,i ti n.' .in ( 'I. 1' ilt , b tlm 1 1 in r "'V M:Vl. 1 1 1 M I, I ,1 I lll Ok A . ...... , 1.1 . k . . ..1- ittiiii.it il 11 a iii it' ;-i nr 1 n ,n"K"'V , ,,,,, , , ... ,.,,. , t,:l,t nii'l I tel.. I J "! Ok " '" . . . ,.. , ..1 t,...tLt i,f tii- el I 1 i.-iumi on HdilM llll It lie WI TH m milium " , I II,., I f t It lll I I' OIIHI M'M'I llll, 111 I'l'H'H ltd It, .1 l'ii. 1, 1 ll i' i.l 11, iM ly n Oh ) i, 1 lit 11 itin ' A NotlhMii Iliiit'ilniiii- on UiM'Ptit Tho Im-I Oil', S.'ii il"H I'lniii'll'tr nit. I V..'i;iMI, "f Mlllill.l1. llll Il li'gt fl 111 ! ,t, J,,,,,i,,r ( Htl" I 'Ol l.f ll.ll .Kill nhdalt-rW!H-l wriil-ti t-Hl dettior I'lalr, i t, ,;,, mid n iftiiol in 1 1 njj am 1 1 J nili. i lm I'...

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 March 1861

ill'- t 0:!i:utfi!) ijij'i'Mif.ii. MAI.' ' I I, it il.nr nl 'I j i inc. t il (' tin- " .'i ! ili :'i;'i I?) ti.i.t. n v lei", i i i- i r 1 1 1 i t V W ; t T'r A n. ,.t l.lnn . . .S0 n . 12 10 .. - 10.13 ; . r.. - !? fii j.. I i.i in m. i .srcngi r i k i - j i.e. top e.r l'i' ui " r ltil Tuir. . .' i ii ' I inn UJ No trni, i run on r'ur.dnv ftc,Dt ih limn... n. " K.u riMi.Tho warm, daya of Innt week brought out tho rod shirts to tuch an cx tent u to warn ui t h nt ratting was onco onco more upon at. Hinco lhuiedny last thero Jims been a fin a running (loud in tho - river, mid tho sound of lht i.re, th" cl;nk of th doj jt iv. y.,.1.1 iu,.'ii; oi i:m'ui IV t ATI. I OOUIU l)f lll'ti . ... .... .. . . .1 nt (ill rriiiiU Several rafts! navQ nussfil on tlioir 'v.w to market, but .Ltber tf. owners will realize onyth'ini iv.,t,,.. j i for thorn, depend h In tin on tho coming of "Un'-lt A he's" pruiuised gootl tiuiej. Booms. An ell'ort is now being maJe to ' obtains, charter for a boom at Jer...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 6 March 1861

A f.M.li ml, n'i i It ail llH'i iri-ioi' (VliltIIIIIIIIO 1 ,,, j llin iihihI nitotn. hist nMiilim tin.l.T Hit- ntuim I..r I tin L ill' imltiill l ' 1 1 ' III' 4 S) " uniMioif f i -At lit. .. I It., !r .1, im-t.y """"" " , , , , III' "I " i, inn pr""ciiU iiiln;nc, hi hint ln-trml .if ' sr Ipliiu u,n" Ciiniinoii sill i ill tall as iiiiu i.ite o( , l, while I'l'-om snlu "ill have nn cf- (. . t niitn nn military when " ,,v t.i.m... MHlirii mysteriously labeled sul- .ius so1m r Kuli hatc of scila. A physi einn cull t your house, feels your pulse, nnd, with nnnir of profundity, writes thus: Mit. Chlor. Uj-tlrnrj. ) W 1(J grHi Julnpre 1'iilv. j I'atit nt sends to llio ilrug store, when i. r....u i mi ulitor. hvJrartr.' to l'O an l?if oMr.uftcfb Atfimllidin, 1niMM ti tt t t ! . If IH.I1 In liMir-,' Hl'lllH Ultra tllnltlha, II I. ! , ... u.. .i.i.ii, ill tear. (I If pal I tlt the 'lrl-in til the c, niiMV nmirnmv. 'Vr'VVVJWiViA I,,,. 1 I til I fl II...I4. 1 I1 ' ' " ' " "' ' M j llilli MtH s ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

XfffK (T V V 0 ; IT "t Ml BY 0. B. O00DLANDER & CO. PRINCIPLES, not WEN. .TEtlJIS$l 2j prr Amu in, if paid" is. i.dVDuce N i:VSKU I KS VOL. I. ISO .31. ; vor.. xxxi.-wiiou: no loin. cij:aiuii:ld, r.. vi:i).mi:a, march m, ihgs. At pit . lilMl I HI ' Dfsf THE BROOK. I einjo from haunt of cool and lirrn, I make n Hidden mil; ; And ipnrklo out niimiig (lie fern, To inker iuwn th valley. By thirsty IiiUm I hurry down, Or slip hot noon ih riilirK", By twenty thorps a little town And linlf a Iiuudmd bridge.-, . Till loit by fliilip' farm I flow To join tho briuiuiiug river j For men may come und men may go, ilut I go iiu former. . . i I rtattrr over stuny ways, In little nlini-K and tn llf! : I bubble intu uildying bays, .1 babble ou the pebblts. .. With many n curve tr.y banks I fret, , By tnaoy it tiuld a fallow ; , And many u lairy ft, retain! net , , With willow-weed and uiullow. I chatter, chatter, as 1 How . Tajain tho brimming river, u For men may come and uit-u may go, liut I g...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

I . f I III II III 1" I,,!, Ft U..lri ,b,.f,t'' 'I'M! !"lbt!!! i ,,i t f iim f. "i ', lm f. f lim" ' " M 1 .1 I. . t ... Mi ll - I... A ...ll ,.-,.. M-ll"U'!!V ' II. H 1MB M.W II, MM II" Ml I J I ,. ( I I .lt Kilt III! II. .11 It I , I 1 1 t I f"t' I ll ,n,,li'K nfllm tti iil-li. 1 plM i, i,i rlii nlii il nil Hit .1 - l ...ll-. .1.1 II. it ..f lllll .'Mill ll olll I im I'll "' i" ' . .. i i , ... tn. ..in. In. Ii of 'late i I ol the nl I w ci'M nn li'K It f I i'i kw i -liivo I fi-im this ilii-ivKiil I't.KAKHrl.P, !A. Wednesday Morning:, Morch 13, 18CI. liimi Inlictilnrii r .. . ii . . ... ... .1... ti.l..'1 ll.ua I'llllnil, IIO llll'I" Milir i-nniia ii , - i, .. I. ,i . .. . ,1,11. nud riiiililiimin Aii-tut io(.imI ln Mifflin I'ovrlniif n lti. t'jrn ot 1 loilii'n Milll " ' . . I,.. l.rM. i mi W.l ;n rnmmcn. to whi' I. xUA! r nil, both Not lli and South ate common, l..!..l l.nin liniiA liat-tn H . t tin t-iidil to .. 1... ...... ....lli nrtliulnli w fttlltimrf tO tlic other. lr, lion...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

Idt tflwStfo Republican WhhM. I'AV, M AIM H 1,1, IHM. 'r time at 1)1 oil. y, w v ir Miant,i-inM 1 1 Hi PsnnsvNenle V.lrasa, and a(Vr "'h Instant, will I as feUewn IM'JI It. tltl l.Mtw .!. t4liM MO a. m. 1 Train 11 1(1 p, in. jtjwtn Passenger 10. Up. m. TRAINS IfHtli: ft WW Attn. TVpro.i VMiit.tr 7.41 . m. iH I'xiii H.f 8 p. m. steM Line 22 p. m. Jfa trains tun ill Fundor except the Ksprese. SV"1 1 " 1 ' 1 "' CoiNTrMnr! o ndvie our roiders 4c U ware of a dungcrous five dollar note, which in now being circulated plentifully in our courty. The note in a spurious one, ami purport to bo hsued by the .Farmer..' ui.d Mechanics' Hank of Gun dsn, ew ,1 entry ; vignette, female, sheat Of wheat, nnd cars in t li c distance ; fennde Wright end, holding a sickle in her left isaud, bunch of ginin in her right liund oer her head ; two figure "5'a" mid loco tnotive on the left end. There are two Jtinda in circulation, nnd one kind hnre no red about them, vi bile o:hers have rive ed rings on llio ba...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

n 1,1 ""'"I""" !''::i;,::,;::v..,rrh: 1 1 rn . 1 00 1,r I Hi-rlln. ... iilfrili"'i ,h Milling rales 1 tnserlb'n. f Ml " ..i i i ..... 1 i," t I'm P'pinre, f vo naiin r' i ! I.ree mi iro, : t ' 1'uir i'imroHi I l 1 .il f a coin ni ii, i i ! nia column, i ! b II on no vu no J d.. is I in J Ill ifia'J f I on on oo to oo 12 on 20 CO do. I Ii on i 2 I'lH 2 60 ; 1 J l"0 7 on . in no i i on It oo is oo 83 oo a. V . ,i.r ihro. week, and less tunn three " -nt. per finnro for each Insertion. Business notice not sac-eding l.ncs iro in- erUd for 12 n year. i,k,i, number en i Adver.is.inion.s net..-k.l forbid -Ttiou" dcsirod, will 6r.a'i" 1,dcWi:odaoc-rdir.gt)tlu...otrm. , niklTlM I jUU rrtn i - Aii extensive, stock of JoM-inR "'.twui nniMoHtho l'ul.lishprorilio"i.;"W-" iuinour.ee to U.PTubl that he u prepa rod to .it ill AhuU ol FAirV-jm, t ROGRAMMt., T-.ix Unox. ('ntri-i.ABS, . . ...ii 1 l,,r, V.'MiInT "I M"" ''. I 1 Mt'l d b.v l .lini. 1 ..lltlll I ' f" '-' I it h int. mid con. lime I"" re-ni...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

fin .av- Cmithr V,l FH am ! BY 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO. VOL. XXXI. WHOLE NO 1646. THE BROOK. I cu me from haunts of coot and hern, I inaka a luddan tally j And sparkle gut among th Corn, (To bicker dowo tb valley. By thiraty'hilli I hurry down, Or flip between ihe ridden, By twanty thorps a little town And half a hundred bridges, Till lost by Pbillp'a farm I flow To join the britnuiiug rirer; For iuin may coma and men may go, Hut I go on forerer. I chatter over stony ways, In little sharps aiid treble; I bubble into eddying bays, I babble on the pebbles. With many curve ny bunks I fret, l!y many a tiold a fallow ; And utility a fuiry furuluud tot With willow weed and mallow. I chatter, eta Her, as I flow To joiu the brimming river, For men may come and uiru limy go, II ut 1 go on f rover. I wind about, and in and out, With here a hlotsun failing ; And here and there a lut.v trout. And here and there a grayling; And here and thoroi. foamy H ike 1'pou me at I travel ; With mnny h si...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

tki Clcarfitlb jiepnbliwir. CLEARFIELD, r A. Wedaesday Morning, March 13. 1861. -XotlcerTbo member, composing th ... . . m....1.l Pcmecratie Standing vommmeo v.v.. County, r requcjted to meet t lb offico of the i- n. TL'ESDAT EVEN ING neit,'tn 19th Instant. A general atteud- aocs of the Co--i is requesiea, as f IroporUiic. will b laid before them. L. JACKSON CRANS, Cbirmn. Mr. Corwin'i Amendment. The Senate of tho United State?, previ ous to adjourning on Sunday night, a dopled the followingjoint resolution to amend the Con.titulion. with Cot win', amendment, by a vote of 21 to 12 a Con- ttimtional majority. Tho following i. the joint reiolution,with Mr. Corwin't amend inert : lk it enacted, tfc. That the following ar- ticlo be proposed to tho Legislature, of the iovcrnl State, a. an amendment to the Constitution of the United State., which, whet ratifiod by three-fourths of said Legislature, shall bo valid, to all intents and purpose!., a. a part of .aid Constitu lion, viz: Art. XI...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

LI 'J li (Stofielb ggeygblican WEDNESDAY, MARCII13, 1861, Car Time at Tyrone. I Ihtoktamt to Ti Patim, In the cue of Wn&rton vt. the Borough of Birmine.l I hani, just decided br the Supreme Court. wiLl. Ti."T ?" wauistiMi. seem. t0 fftVor R Convention of the neonlo. , it wns held thut the remedy for an unfair homines of the Cona-ros i,.Bt ;!, iTl1? decil, uP.n th? nia.nnpr of adjustment NEWS ITEMS. A Sovnei or Corruption Extinguished. A Convention of the People. Mr. Lincoln, in his innueurnl nddi-M. COTJBT. PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, Hon. SAMUEL LINN,' Esq. President Judge of tho Court of Conmon PUm of the tirenty-liftb Judicial District, ooin- . poaed of tbe oounties of Cloarfield, Crntro and lion. Win. I,, iloore and Hon. ' .7 ".Th.9ft;; ;::,::;i7, vv" to the tnin ,,nB. . nmtt,ii i , mieu to the thanks of the count, we :-rt' -v"".,.w ' . """"-.""v'""" nfls" i neamem or -r-.-alludpln l!,nn,Bn,lm,,l r H.. Pni.i t ' . " . 1 vote Ot lite cimniy ; neve i.suaa tneir preeopt, to nie dire...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 13 March 1861

IU fetfitlb gtytbKcan" Teruia ot nubwniuiou. ( f paid in advance, or within three months, $1 25 Si Dald any time within the year, - - J It td ifter th. .xPirationof th. year, - J 0 Term of Advertising. u-...imenti are inserted in the Republican "bW10WiDgiatC,1,I.wtlcn.2do. S-do. n. square, (l Uie.,) $ M Two squares, (281ine,() . J ' Three ,,uaro.,(lme..M , On, Sluare, : . .. . 0 JJ Iwosquare,: ' " , o an I 00 Hire, square., . . ' JJ J ,0 'mr squares, i J VY 2 18 0 Ulfaeolu,nn, ! i ' JO 12 00. 'SewU.andWtS.n three oatb. 25 'Mi.nS 't k.d with the numb,, ., n..rtSJda.ired, will b. eontin.si until forbid r.d cKnrgod according te these terms. JOB PRINTING. An extensive stock of Jobbing materia i-jinbles the Publiidier of the " Republican to amiourca to thepu.lki that lie w prepa reit it ill jcinds of Posters, Pairs:", Froorasi mes, h. T.-... Waim C'iucui.a RS. l.BF.l., EaIL TlCXITS, HANDBILLS, :md every kirrd of printisg usually done in a rountryj ob office. All orders will be execute! w...

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 March 1861

- .- - - - . ! BY 0. P- G00DLANDEK, & CO. VOL. XXXI. WHOLE "NO lUb fiH. a thrilling REVOLUTIONARY tali. r a- , T,r , Cod everywhere lILa word, are on ,11 hearts. He is on the battle field, in our quiet home. Praise be to His holy n M ! 1 r w , , It was on the wilds of Wissahickon, on the day or battle, as the noonday sun m..i,i. ,r,-n.:i... ,1.....-. ..... Z, Z r l'T' taVe'' ihftL two man mt in 1u11w wt-ifi:nt .. I ..... - c i j wuuiu, uenr th reels, which rose like the rocks of lome primeval world at least an hundred feet above the dark waters of the Wissa- hickon. The man with the dark, brown face and darker gray cye.flushing with deadly light, and a muscular form, clad in a blue frock of the Revolution, is a Continental named fl'srren. meotner man with long, black hair, ' drooping along his cadaverous face.is clad tti til A tinl ? mill t Of v OAclnma svln T T). in the half military costume of a Troy Kef. ugee. This is a murderer of Paoli, named Dehaney. They met by accident, ...

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 March 1861

Henry Ward Beeeher. tljt nxM)j Republican. Compliments to Ix-Senator Bltfer. i A greenhorn Mending by a ewing mfc vumji4uuut. ,Viin. at wh:ch R VOUriB lart waaai No Senator from 1'ennsyiv.ania a tin ., . '" i..'T.i;. :...i.: .' !. Catechism. ,!.,....,,i.(rn!.1.nnNliilv . " i.t looking alternately at, iic iimeume an M 1 . .,.7mniwerpropound, We are pleased to cnronine mo 1UW ..n.u..H.. . -- before lert tue senate wno.iins fn;r n,1(,rtttor .atlength gave rent t),i I Thf0,,0W,ng,qUM,r ;rZh the that the editor of the Journal ha. at rading him.elf before the country fo. , h,me,f under the ,o,t unfa- aJn,iration with. . " , ui- ral " "I". ?BTiI "iS, fail- Wh manifested a willingness to A the purpose of gaining notoriety ; wheth-, circumiUllc,gi our worthy fel-l -By golly I it-.port-, Specially the psrt l au MB IMff UHIirriUti w w - w ... . . l-IU M . ? .. ....1 .ml At ntBItU II t dc to answer our query 1 ,.T-.!..; his view, on 'the Bible, we proceed to answer "'T.:: ' MiWalnnlated to heal...

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 March 1861

'""WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 1801. I . ru. ti . . Th Winter arrangement of (ho Pennsylvania riviivi int"unr, will vo 01 follow! I TRAINS LliTINU EASTlTAHn. . rt l.lno - . . - 8.50 a. m. -.11... ..t nn ftnif Iffitr tKi 4Jil. I- . . itui i.-uiii - - - - . ... . l?.l0p.m. iprs raaseugor . 10,13 p , st.ains l.r.vTi.vo wwTWAno. Pxpruf Passenrcr . . T 42 m lW.il Train- . . . . .. lib p.m. .iastLia - , ... .... g.22 p. m, ho trains rnn on Sunday eaoopt the Express. ' 1 AsiisptfiNT or Taxes tor 1861. Below e give tne names of the Collectors and iho amount of County and State Tax assessed in esch borongh and township 0r Clearfield county for 1KG1. It will be seen that ClearCeld borough 'pays the largest amount of tax- -being nearly tvvelvo hun drcJ dollars: Jvsmtaisf and L'ollte crt. Cnuntv. Becoaria Joacph Slowart, $109 02 Bell Wm. T. Thorp, Si2 91 Bog's Ii. M. Luoiaduo, !20 63 Bradford Jehu Woolrldge, 5a? J Brady Wro. Sohwem 881 SO bloom John W. Cleaver, 121 01 flurnside John MeKee, 3tl9 26 Cle...

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