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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 3 April 1861

IC Tllli MARCH MAiWaBRtJ. IT ILK CAST. Keep j our muddy cover close, floyrws, Nor time to open your eyes, lor nil this month, your lover. Oie sun, Will only tell you lies 1 He will only tell you lie, floweis, Pretty, and u ml aligned, 'or through this rough and cloudy month lie irevcr knows hifc mind. Tho dufTu'TiT m?y look at him T.'ith her Lriyht nnd ungry oyes, J!ut jiiiilts that coire withjiheir hearts in their mouths Must wait for warmer skies. 0 daisies, stay in your grussy koine, Ye poor deluded things, Aud kep your little white fingers aliud, A'vay from hid golden rings. Vc meadow liUies, leopard like, I'ndti jihe mould, so deep. Vrouch close, nnd keep your spotted cuVs Tor a mcn'.h yet, fast asVeep. Trust not, ye modest violets, His promises to you, ?Nor dare upon his fickle smilo To broaden your kerchiefs blue. Ye- little twinkling marigolds, 'Tis wise somotiines to doubt, And though the wind should shako his moans To music, look not out. Tis a rough and churlish in onth, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

-"US' jT 0. B. G00DLANDER & CO. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS $1 25 per Annum, if paid in advance VOL. XXXI. WliOI.K NO 1G50. CLEARFIELD, PA. WEDNESDAY APRIL 10, (8GI. NEWSE11IES VOL. I. NO 33. ROCK ME TO SLEEP MOTHER. r rxoRKxcE rBRcr. JlickwarJ, turn backwur J, 0 ! Time in jour flight, Jltkf ma a child nguin ju.t fur to right! Mother come back from the echuless shore, 'fake me sjrain to jour heart as of yore. Kiu from uiy forehead the furrow of care, Smooth ibe few sllvor threads out of my hair, Ortr uiy shoulders your loving watch keep, Beck tne to deep, Mother, rock iuo to sleep. Backward, flow backward, 0 ! tido of years ! I am so weury of toils and of tours Toil without recompense, tears nil In vin- Take them un J give uie my childhood again ; I have grown woary of dust und decay, Vtary of flinging my sjul-weultli away, Weary of sowing for others to roup Reck me t eleep, Mother, rock me to sleep .' Tired of the hollow, the base the untrue, Mother, 0 Mother, my heart e.ills fo...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

CT.KARrlKLl), V.. Wednciday Morning April 10. 1801. Who are Secessionist.! Aivor-lijjg to !he muthpieiMt f tin Republican party, evory democrat "ho is fipj oted In the ruinous policy of milking '.vir uj'on the feci dcd Ulaios, in a vain nt tcrnjit to cimj'el the in lo livo in hnmuxy ritn uk, in culled a tocrttxnUt. There in about at much muoii in this chaige as in that of J'rviS'jvenrist; .Slav? r,i,!e a.lrccate, Aarc drivers, t(c, which have been con stantly applied to every man who ha con tended for the equal rights of the South ern people under the Constitution. To decide who arc Secessionists, it it onjy necessary to impure what would be the present condition of our country hnd either of the other candidates for Fresi dent lust fall been elected, instead of Mr. Lincoln. All admit that in no clhtr event would we witness I ho present unhappy slate of affairs that instead of a dismeni bcred Union, and in imtiiiiK.nt peril ol civil war, our condition as a nation would Lo perfectly h...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

V WlN K.SDAY, APRIL10, 1SGI Car Time at Tyrone. Th Winter arrangement of the Pennsylvania . .1 .ft.... L. VAtfl Inatiinl ..111 I.. .. mirum. ' UluWl : Mail Tra ." p. m. Eiprrt Penger 10.13 p.m. TRAINS HAVIXO WFSTWARU. r.oreii Passenger 7.42 . m Train - - i. it Line - 12.68 p. m .u p. m. . c i.... . .v. - flO trIUB run oil ouiiunj r.vi-ii ,i.e bsiiiTii. I T Recall the attention cfour Mercantile eoTjraunity to the Mercantile A ppi Riser's another column, which they may find of some interest to themselves. - - . . OBTii-tAKTiiR. ror the last threo uays I I - -. I.. ..II .1 .1 '11 nve nan .im-iy, ciu. um.,r, cum- -f-Uow" from the North east. On Sun.' (jiiy iu .1 ---.' j t . n, rHIII It'll B L I III I I I V . II LI I. T1TI BlUMIV. ,jav, j " Our yoang frttiiid James h. atson, hits Itrkfi'OUt in a new place. Having par-,of ,btod the stock of Edward Williams, at WtdUti'l, bf is i w v illitij; to alt nd to'great American banker in London, which .ilihutniavcallunon him. -Jim" is a .( fellow, ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

V I KISSES. "Oh, kin mo oml go,'' Said the maid of my heart, And proffered be lip At a hint to depart '. The midnight approaches, My mother will know, Jkl v kindest and dearest! 0, kiss me ud go." 6hc gave me tho blessing Jn such a sweot way, The thrill of its pleasure Knticed inoto stay : So we ki'ied till ihc morning Cauic in with its glow. For sho mid every moment, " 0, kiss mo nnd go " HINTS FJM THE XUKSERV. Tlie nnturnl faculties of each tliild are na j.luin to careful obsorvulion as Ilia min at noon-day ; nnd it is only nrcossnry to know the mental bins of a cliiM to which bi or licr powers tiro best n.Lipte'l. I,t every fntlier, every mother, nnd nil who hoj.e to cull themselves juircnts, for- ever bear this in mind. nteh tho rlu.d at it j'lny. Puller it to piny lis it will, nnd nolo ft hut sport attracts it, nnd w lst-ioin ies thp chief ). Iconic. A way ttith tl.rso lion'Oif, infant pheno rania. Let lint lira nlore, nnd do you, ig norant mun, keep your great, eoim fingf-r ou...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

BY 0. B G00DLANDER & CO. 7-.i.. . - VOL. Xl. WIIOliK NO 10.5(1. rniNcirLrs, not men. TERMS-$1 25 per Annv.in, if pnid in fdvnr.c NKU'SKIlUls VOL. I. XO ;M. CM '.A HI IK LI), J'A. Wi:i)Mi:. AI'IUI, 10, Uir.J. ROCK ME TO SLEEP MOTHER. TIT n.l.llKN.T. TKIn r. HieliwnrJ, turn lnu-kwnnl, 0 ! Thno In jrnur tl i 1 1 1 . Mik ma a il.il.l uis'uin ju-( 1. r to right! Aluther come li:ck I r m the rrliuli'Sa short), '1'ske me squill Id your huurl in of jure. Kiel from my forehead tin) furrnivi of rtiro, buiooih (ho li'iv silver tliri'Hils out of my hiiir, Orr my houMi-rs your loving vviilitli ki'iqi, Rock me to slci-p, Mother, rock mo to alii. Tlnckward, flow Wiokwnnl, 0 .' titlo of jenm! I urn So wcniy of toils mi il of Pairs Toil without ii.comen( tear all in vnin Tnko them unJ ivo me my childhood iiuiii ; I have grown weary of dust mid ilrusr, Vcary of Hinging my .iil-woulth away, Wonry'of aowini for nthor to rr:i' Koch me to sin u. Mother, ruck ine to sleep .' Tired of the lio'.'ow, tho...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

, WWI , . n i tlm i n " mpli-dn I. 'I " ' ., . 1,., I l 1 1 I I III ! I III tl III I 'I (ill! I '"' !,l . i " . . .. . ... t . . i I Bill m : I i ill liHuMMnp imMi tin' "I'"' it ntinlntilil , . . .1 .. . .. I .... I .1 il... llu mi i'. i 'n i' " "" " i.lilion le.ehu "I ll'i' pnl'li. mi 1 . tj)t O'lraifuli) HfjMillicui. la. ' ' 1 , "i. u What U to Vf th fr ivllrj? I I. i. ., .u ,im n ini.nlli in " Hi" I' I III"'" ' i i v i.u.t. i n--, "-ii ii i.f ll"' i 1 ii ' 'jMumiiHiil, nr. -I up I" ,lll " ,,,M . . Ii In I do ilntk n" ( ill" lyrthi'h (In' h Itiniiifttiiti. n is to I n tlirir Voiro i fur Wnr. 'ittrm-'l, ii bifuto Mr. Lincoln 1 Tt 1 1 i ( he hi-!oM nl the Atnei n un (ei,ulion Ii. Din' in lllin'i. .Inni'li'linles Hi" I'm I. (lint if tli'.iiln li.liisiniiugtil.il allien the Pi c-idt-ht nt i-m i I tin' son rim 1 linn-ii t.l lv I ti"t mi. I "I ho Union il Ulihtokcn," that the if tin- site- - im lend nf bavin,; iib.nil hnlt a iVintitutioii expicssly rn.i oi'ii.l mi liim million of hen cs...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

1 1 on h t Ml AfMIH .4 ll'i)m,ft h','! If, ft K On the Vlli nil, in ott Imlv ham ' Ml Pels' I-m i t-i.linlt, ll.vn I 111". III. I r lime at 1)tin-. All cdn n ' cuiiily. pa , w m t ' n it -1 t t k ' fh Vi mi" N,""r""''11 ' ' l'ni!l""i lv l. r I i .bide In n dying condition, her Mllrt.fl M..I "cr ,1" r,h l"lnt. lout l.'ft l,p hnvii.t. In n hoinbU la.-.-i tiled I v lullewl : IIUM LIiVIMI STWOU. FmI t.i n f '111 a. in, Moil T'"in ,?"l I'. KijirMf rjMcri((rr I0.l;l i. in, IRONS l.EWINil wlTW'Aftl. Rpt' lv-.i-i,ger 7.4J.m Mail Trniu 12 Ml p. m )aitl.iue K 22 p. in. k,( exited in about two hours He trams mil tu Sunday exi. i t Die l.M'rf,s. I,,,.,,., ,,,, H;1V Hi" Pittsburg U.uettf, - . ... .1.,,, .,.,11 , i, ,.,i ,..,,,, I I,; Ve cull the nt(cntioi) of our Mercantile koocr: t n t two instances kir ejeomo un CVTtmiinity to the Mercantile Appi.iiser's dt-r our oWrvalinn in which t he owners lt.inYnothor column, which they may vc been attacked and almo.-t find of some interest to themselves....

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 10 April 1861

7 KIME8 ni,, i Mir ' rn,, ,,. ll.vd f '"r I"'"'1' A,,l Pt'""l I' i. I, ml to 'I' I "' 1l,c inMnilll t M l'"'"1"' Mv motll, I HI kll", , i.,ll,lc-t set I "I" Ml .l! ii, lit mo and Mm' nv me tin' h! '"'"tf In hi 'Ii n stu-l iv, '1 m llirill "I il 'l 'i Fiui I mi' In lny : . lie K t - t-' I (ill lilt' IIH'Mllli ('nine in i'Ii it kI For liil miJ HU'ty liiiini.'til, "II, I II" IIH' t ' I i!bt Olcufulii ltuiltli(.ui, i Tittns i'l nhn iitimi. f J ,i I III ndlllll ". ' HlUlill tl.H c til . II 1 1l 1 If i ni I n in II'"" Mil'i"' I''' V"r' ll pii I itlii'l III'' "' '"r' , fir-.' I .'.'I . 2 l'l rniM V Mlt 1 1 n lt . 1 1 tit r el II.1MI114 I Kin I f-Vc- n I M ii Iny . I .In 11 'i 'i i , ,it. I M- mi'l. "I '. 1 hit I M' n il ! .I'i". I ,1, Mi.ii.l.' ' " ' I''1 ml" r, I , , ,i h M .11 , 11 ' ' ""' i"'i" I " 1 ll If "' .. .. II. 1... la. . ll llill.,l, .,1 I,!, il l 'II" Till! MUST AllilVA, 1M1.I t'lln (, t" 1 I HMO or Ti run ni I I -ll-lns. I ( until Olllm. A il orli ""ini'iil iiri-1 tU'.l in 1 ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

V 1 i H ss 1 IT 0. B GOODLANDEIt & CO. VOL. XXXI. WII()!,K NO lfi51. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS $1 25 per Annum, if paid m ndvanc CLEAHF1KLI), PA. WEDNESIJAl, APRIL 17, IKG1. NKWSF.KIKS VOL. I. NO 39,. " Mill 1 T fkTIt THE BIRD. pr Mlli. HKTTT A MOIimro!!. lttlng idly l,y aiy window, Ii'staning to tlio aiituinii ruin, Ai it l faltered, on t ho hotiso tni, Dashed ajainut tln window rune While I dreamed about the fu(ur, Weury turned mo to tho pnt, Wondering if my ky would ver Clour fruui clouds iibout it cat. Ai I tat thus idly dreaming, Idly K'''"K "" l'10 r"'"' In tho damp a biri turn flying, Tapping on my window-pan ; jQently tapped, a if to auk 1110 For protuctiun from tho f torm, Bald hirt winc wire wet und weary, And that 1 could feed unJ warm. Then I roused mo from my dreaming, Threw tlio window open wido, Reached my hand und tuuk tho wanderer, l'lni-ed him gently by my side, Dried his wot and w-.-nry plumage, llnvo him rruniba from out my hand, All li.-teiK-d to hi.' firig...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

. . II',,,. l,t pits M I"ti'H'M I'1' Ot tflfilllUlu iff lUU U.HI, ',lfl,.lM.riVii.limtl"mlHfi--.tlH liniihwn inln'il ,",'I,B ' """" n" l.thriwli our plain 'lty I" yields willing mppoit to Mid i-n-nprrnllon Willi llioo polnKl to ndministcr the gover n ' inciil nml execute the law - holding them, the alinln nvilijed world wiM hold t . i v. im'li,. X, VI.,,, , CI.KAKFIKI.I), PA. Wcdnciday Morning April 17, 1801. i ns llirtn, to ft strict neeountnidtily for the mnnncr in which these lirnvy responsibil ities are discharged. Loc king to sin h reidorntion. we believe the Iemocrats from Main to Texas, llio't t lie best, snl'est, nnd the mint honorable 'course for Mr. Lincoln to have pursued THE DUTY OF DEM0CRAT8. would liavo been the withdrawal of the ,i United States troops from tlio Forts with Now that our country win nn actual , nim' '' , 1 ,, . , .,.,, Uate of Civil War -a fai t w Inch we nro ure very many of our readers will find it diiliiult to rcalue it is well to inquire what, in su...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

m Hfio AMinlhnnnik i 1 be ..,1 tiSt t t'fl m im -imv, i l it. i:. i1"' i. lift "1 Mnii.w vn. . t,.- i -ii tii Id lii'l'iiHh nn" I'lt'u o 1 1'. I t .1 t In' tfliri' I'm tin l ly .1, Mi i 'ulli'iirlt, I ' , mi m id' ,(, M I Itl M'! n. 1 ,r -Tin) l.rjjilntui-e f Mi"crui lmi jimt piT'l nn m l instituting tho di'iilh ponalty, lor utea'.ing eithi'r. horses or, I negro situ v. Stout Rniuini. Vc li-nrn that Ihestoroi of . A. I r vin, Rt Curw onsvillc, win cnlrr- j tally on llio moi ning of the l'llli inst. 1 alu rolibti'5 of several art iciest of dry guml. ' and, report inyn, sonio cli. Our friend, Joseph Showers, whs tdt'cpiiig in the store at the time, hut the !nu ylarn very pru" dontly failed to nrousc him Wide Awake Cu rs. We. thought that Iheso articles were only intended to din tinguitih tho " irrepressible " from their fellow mortals, riur'ng the ht'.o on.npain, ut unon v i f i t i n rr the river a day or two ago, we observed one put lo a much bet tor Doe, by sliii'lcin Mm shoulders ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

1 1) r i t u 1 1 u r a I . rt n iifi '!iliiiiii(rt fiint hou- ft frv I Tel t.ia i' I M'"""' f f j ,,; In n l .'tic, t wi'Mt. ihr.-. iivotli' If i at I anv Mm- "Mil" H V'". 11 1 Ml . 'I HI 1 ,t. 'I T. T inri ' . ri.ili ji, ! it, ' .i till I I. I'll!'1 illnl ' ii U ("'. , nii'l I mil m in ly i '"I - j ... t... Mi l.i '- i-,i- c' ""I i ..r L ; . r.i ,1i e I.nl 'n. M'tlll' f'f I in'lll wi'io in ft lfi I'li'il. I'"1 h!1V0 ,,t','n 0" .mre, wrll Moip.I ll.ronrli VN'iiitor, ni.. ly . ii r .. 1 . USIHl! C'A'X fl'ill - "I iriH'.n, . iiiuw f" r ''.r suari", il.oni Itioniiu'.hlv toi'i.irt-l. "I'lui Mn.Uo 1 ! . l " i1wHMn;t. ' , , rt''nenl' are li' -rlcl In the II '! ti l1i on ft ii (!,i 1,11., in? In'. f : i I ... I fll . ? !-. 1 1 r ,,,, ,. i . I I I I i IK , i '" 1 " Mu ll. II ii. IT : 1 1' a column," Oil" column, In,, .1 I l' I .' I in i. I I '" ii,, ni-, : : - : ! : 4 : : : ! im : : : H M : : : : H fill 11 Ml I Ml $1 ft'l fl llil dl 111 fill 12 lid mi ilu. 1 1 i"i ? nil ;.u I ii M i. iki 12...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

A J rfiflh arw 1 mm h trait entl lb' i pl 'l)ic' irtf'1 ire1 orT4 riff U ,VI BT 0. B. GOODLANDER & CO, VOL. XXXI. WHOLE NO 1G5I. THE BIRD- 8T MM. IIETTY A. VonidioX. Siding idly by uiy window, I'floiiiiiR to tho ntituinn rain, A It is rRlteroil on the lintiso top, Dusliril againat tho Kiniliiwpanc H'kilo I dreamed about tho future, Wrnry turned mo to tho pitft, Wondering if my sky would tver Clear froui clouds uljuut it j.a?t. As I tat thus idly dreaming, Idly paring on tho ruin, In the damp a bird camo flying, Tupping on tny wiudow-pano ; leutly tappod, as if to auk me For protection Irowi lheurin, Said hiii wing were wet and weary, And that 1 could feed and warm, Then I roused me from my drei-ming, Threw tho window open wide, Kvarlmd my hand and took the wanderer, Placed hi in gently ty my aide, lried his wet and weary pluniago, (iavo him ciumlig from out my hand, As I listened to his sinking, "Surely," thougla I, "I've a friend ! " flod has sent ono thing to love me, One to l...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

Sfyt ffltartufo Republican. Cf.F.AKFlKl.P, TA. Wednesday Morning April 17, 1861 TTTF nTTTV CV TFWf)nRAT9. .Now that our country is in an .dual tuL Hate of Civil War-a fact vhiel. .!' the l.ul. of the so called tonfode e sure very many of our readers will tind itatos, and a few days after his maugu.a diflicultto rcAliz it is well to inquire Uon. it was announced with seeming an what, in meh n emergency, is the duty .thori.r. that such was .s determination, of r.mccm.s? The answer is best At this I-ros,t. the whole country re furnished by a reference to the ,st history , ioiced. 1 1 now seen tLat o.U.er l as was of the Democratic pay. and to the .Inr-! l or else that he has changed , , , . , i (his mind. a ns order or the evacuation ouithly notional and patriotic principles m,nu " " ..... :r. . ...! .,l.l,nl. of any of these forts has yet been given, . ,.i.t ii,nni.ifbut on the contmy, provisions in largo opinions us to what courso Uemoeiats, " . .. , , , , ,., ,i, 'ouantitics were re...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

nn v KDNESPAY. APRIL 17. I8CI I?iTlie "Clearfield Republican" office . ... ...mnvfil (o i lie oflice formorlv jj DeOJ ,, d by T. J. MeCullough, Esq., on rCUl'N-" iirkrt Slrect.oppositc It. Mo.a ip's Stoic The Legislature of Missorui hag t passed an net instituting tho death ' n,ltyt for stca'ing cither, horses or, jogro slaves. Stohb Roiuikii . V'e learn that Ihestore ,f i Irvin, ntCurwensville, was enter Jei!y 0,1 11,0 nornin3 of 151,1 '"st- ,d robbed ofsever.il articles ol dry goods, jnil, report ays' B'Jmo cas'1 0ut fl'lcnJ' Mcub Showers, was sleeping in Hie store l the time, but the burglars very pru dently Ihilcfl to arouse linn. ffmii Ah akk Cates. Wc thought, that luge articles were only intended to dis nguisli tho " irrepressibles " fr-iui their ,llow mertnls, diir'ng tho lato campaign, at upon visiting tiio river a day or two o, we observed ono put to a much bot eru.'e, by thieK'ing !he shoulders of n ,r,ly rnflman fiom tho peltings of the ofiii. If these capes hud not been...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 17 April 1861

Ready for Spring- 'ho following nolilo.,uy wm overheard i-t u tiauboring farm lioueo, a fev days .,., . ' c ' ... ' " April ia near, so trio robin ana blue birds ny. nnd I am noarly ready for it. fetus My tool, ore about .11 in working order. Last hall, some or Miem TTere in nWJ idijilit, but tliey Imivo been well stored through the Winter, nnd -y 1U nflwuure. I liarc eofs tlicm thoroughly repnirel. The hfitullo I broken : mv harrow had) i - tost pry end teeth ; one of my aeythes wns badly nicked, and another wus bent; the Vorc rake was out offisar in several phi nnd my hoes, shovels nnd rakes, were pretty hndly used. . .Well, now 1 have overhauled everything, mending, pninU ing, buying where neceisiry, nnd bo hnvo ;ot all in tervit.c.iblo trim. This season, grieve will le no time willed or patience tried in tinkering tools just when I want most to use them How many ft timo have I Lenten my unollending until" and horses, and scolded my hired men, solely because of my previous neglec...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 April 1861

HMUiMWKW.V. T. 'r (ilD If If f 1 a f It'll t ITlfTW (I itW'fiTf a .'. .. - .' :t ' " Z7 0. B. GOODLANDER, & CO. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. TERMS-$1 23 prr Annum, if pnid in rw.vance NKW.SKIUK.S VOL. I. NO )J. vol. xxxi. wiiou-: no ig.w. ckkai.hklo, ia. vki)NK.si:av, apkii. m, nir,:. c.txin jioiim v.. "Oh, I m so happy!" a little girl sabl. As the (.prang, liko a lnrk, from alow trundle led; "'III esraitig bright morning ! lood morning, PP! 0, glre me ono kiss for good morning, mamma. Only just look nt my pretty canny, Chirping bis snoot '(io d morning to M.vry;' The ion is lieopinR straight hit" in y iy Good morning to you. Mr. Sun. for you rise Early to wake, my birdie and me, And make us buppy 1,8 ''"PI1)' '" bc "Happy ynu mnv be my dear Uttlo girl," A the mtthor struck f.flly a clustering culr 'Happy yon can be hut ttiink of tbe Ono Who wakened thismorning. both y uund liioiun. The girl turned her bright eyrs nitli n nod : "Ma, may I say, then, good morning toiiod ?" "Yes, little d...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 April 1861

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Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 24 April 1861

.wax - ffh O'lfiifiil ilfi'i'llidil " 'j t W I'M i ' . M ' I ; 1 1 ' I"' I A! ' V t'i ill c i i fi 'i ii-C I 1 u-n 1 1 1 n i ' .ill ii li.-n a ;umUt rf "HI '''' lMM.I-.-i...ri. . .I'm MiHiHt.1. bane, eo, Pa, Apl. Il.Ssrtl. Mifr ;'' ''"".'" ''' , , Jb undersigned, )"iir fellow i ili.Mi, ill (T unavoidably absent lioin their lmn?c. mil I1.1t (IcMilrtlnu L.r n moment, thai .'Iimt cherished i-min ly will furnish Iht lull ti.lu of llii military full ed fr ' y tint Picsi lent "f tin1 United Males, t'i maintain iiml defend tin' Gu oriiineiit In this k our of peril, tike this, 'In1 '-arliest opportunity, pldgo thou solves to each other, mi'l t'i th" yublif , for th pi.yniciit i f tlio lespcitivu sums ct oppi.fi cur names, for tlio iiialnleunnco of the families uf such patriotic ciliiens of tho coun ty as my volunteer or he enrolled in the service tf their txuntry, during tlio period of their nb- cnce. William Irwin, of Cm wensvillo, Jonathan Royntou.nf Cli-ai 'field, John Pattnn, of Curwcns...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
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