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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 25 September 1861

hr,Mt I f tlrriMnl l.lrrtlnnrmrlnmollon i . . . .1 . .1 1 u, Hi n ill, in (lill , I In leoniaie in- remrnonwenllb." I' ' ' '" Hi.Mfl. .f the .eteial rctinli' I" K' -ttl notice "I such , Irtll ... O.o f Inc. a w b I" 1" ' ' "f- r,'t.l- l...ftV.t..t.TI..-t I, ... Mil 1. 1,11, llirli ! I" I'll "I " !-; en , ! ' firr ik l.r nof.'.e I lit" Electors i f III nullity nf I lear field, tl H a GENE! At. I I I'l l ION will be he Kl m th t ''-"'" '('.' (being tl.t rinnrn liny nf the month,) at the several e Union (lirlriiti In said county, nt which time nil place th qualified euleii will vl For Two Mr .ii In represent the counties of Clearfield, Jefferson, Elk, wnl MtKfin In Inn House i f Representative! of llni Common. wealth ) Fiif Two person tl"wtr oi Assgclata Judges of l lvartiild county. For One px r.un for the otitic of fchcrllf or llcnr- flrlJcunnly. For On penon lor tho uOSceof Di.-trkt Attorney of t'lcai field county. Fnr One person for tbo oir.ee of I'ouiaiis.ioner uf ClcurlleM county...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 October 1861

-4W4M. 4 1 t, flf IT H V ( I vTi 1)" IT ift In)' if-.. jD W MOORE. U,;.nr. J J. OOODLANDER, J Edltor- Vol.. XXXII. WHOLE, NO .G73. PRINCIPLES, not MEN. CLKAKFIKLI), VA. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2, IftGI. TEHM3-I1 23 per Annum, if paid in advance NEW SEMES VOL. II. NO II. I HON'. SAMUKL LINN'S ; Charge to tlic Grand Jury. SEPTEMBER TERM. 1SC1. liNTi.itir.v or thi Grand. Ilrv: Wei)tr upon thedischargo ofour offi cial duties to-day under very solemn and 3 impressi-vo circumstances. Since the Inst term of thin Court, events have occurred in the. history of our national government uf the most serioui and startling character. I need not refer to these eveuts in detail nt thev fcirui i conspicuous part of the hi Mrvofthe n-twtlion neainst which this nation i now struggling, with which v rry intelligent citizen in presumed to be ; jaiiiilliar. We have fallen upon strange 1 imw, and are experiencing a state of na tional trial 'which would seem not to have been apprehended by the fathers ,Bivl foitnde...

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

ii , : . mi. i 1 1 ill i ntn t . c I... Ib-nr ).) '! "II'" I' I ' ,. ,,,,. i n i I t. in ' t M. I '.I I1' M III, 1 1l I I I i I Ar I I tl M I I 1 1 . r I nl '11. i 1 itl,d f HI t iMli r " lit I lilt iMPimt, i ' V, KAKl.Y, ni I. Ik i..in.l. , H'tl A"i'( MU Jl l'H", 1 ). IV 1 ll(i.n'tN,'H'iirwei't'ill'.' JAMl:H Jil.OOM, id J'.locin 1 p. Itill Mil Ml). i:IVAHl lM'UKS, !' Muriin tj ton. UilMV I'liMMlKBluMH, 1ACOH Kl'NTZ. ut'linulv Tn ton TKKASVKllt. JOSKl'll SHAW, of Lnwreiue t. ton Annum, t'HAH. H. VOlllHJiLlofri"-Bl tp. TOR 1USTKICT ATTPHMV, ISlfAEL TEST, of(Wti'd lor. ion conovut, J. Y. rO'l'TKl', of Oiranl tp. NEXT TUESDAY ! Next Tuesday will bo the tiny of '.ha , lection. We inn any to our Democratic .viands, that after conversing with people icoin nil parts of tho county, attending )urt liiHt weak, wo arocortain of electing our W1IOLK TICKET by a handsome ma jority. Democrats were never more do terinincd to do their duty at the ballot I ox, nnd from all parts wo hear of men nr. ! ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 October 1861

,m.mt ; v.- Ml i i f '?; f i i ; i iiniirii M I s j. ill -,l ! M ii I I " K Ill I :l "Mil J St :i imimci i 'I not iicpLiiiiti" ml, (Hi mi nnv I I,. I l ciit' y M' i . Hi": I "i !' u limn I l,i V i I i' II' i r M Hi i ; limn, l'"( Ii cpv I :i.U I with i tlu r l: ,1. r - . tin , , tn, Will lllil' lliink tint liny "iio jinili,; inall nlln M ti-it i o ; ami tu win nuiU in lc '""i .t'liis ili'l'i i K tVi'iutiitly Ii'1"' ' nn-Mi'll. It Will Ml'I'lli'll'H 1'ultlll.C to iiiccl l.ntii "( tli'iii :t u Daily, ami lit' MMill I I'llM'lllllU'il II. 1 U I'M "M iss Sln" niM I ' ... l ! il i h Irs lady IVicinl, "may i ii,in ..v ,iv "liinri'iiiHiii "in' "i '".) ' !''' nun's, a worthy youn cnt Ionian ?" "(Vr-ior-ii'r-i'i'rtainly, sir." Away lu'startoil lur' l!'l 1' "W.jIi, "lit follow, lure is a i;i(.i j,'irl I want to introiliK'C you to. Coiik' nil." "H,.onnlie tnw-tawMalU ?" aslcoil r.ol.. "Yts like blazes." Sooil'tliey htartinl, ami soon ai jiroaflicd tlio seatof the huly. Steph en introihicoil the...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 October 1861

I . . . t. . ! s f ft V Il 'llUMJ Mil M ' I r , v. i" i. l .'1 h. a tin (a fn f tlii:l"H ! i. M'.il .! ,1 li ,f. Oil AIMIIlK). iV(!'l I IH I.IMIM III' 111. 1 Ml. Oil I mi: i'ii i." i 'i nit r tin rfi'i f,,s . ! H ,Mil ! If I In MUlli.t, Ui U.t. 'ff,n.l ftf ldmi i,t finances. C'Mfilii. I ..Vm.- m t ' .rtl- l-Ri.l. ., r m lfl H K' vrnihnli iul no lim , , ,., , ii.rniui muthhi. jmhiiiu i - 't.'riinn. i.li. Id trUmin lli rlirh iln'riwr. . " M iil liii nU, iii'il klmw liollimu uU.ut , nt no I i iiil lln i.' Iionor or nli'ly. jit fie cuiiiiriinlr hll.u i.f Ihuiiplit." nn'l npiiiinri I his il utiiui. ill")' lovcil I lil'ir con ill I')' Ill'TP t liilll !ll I VI ,Uf th. ini.luHU. , tiUul in.ni ..l ovr.f j w t u. tll(, ;lVl,r,n, ;n,1tle.nn... .'" Mr. Mn-ftln Hi;)' wit, not tli iiiu ,lKiiiimr friilynpi'iili. nl mul ,nnt mi mi.vl f . ,.,.,su . jMm cHiiili'luln, Imt llio rui.i.1:- tvct! I'-ing -n"'l lr H.o )... r tli.t l.om-vor, (lint Ins ilot lnn.j ...I .,.r...rmer !lulR(lm i'a,M,,.t ul lite rn...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 October 1861

,4.f'j' ' ,s .-. lit it;---, i tTTi!T"T"Trr7T!rMTT?"""?"M"?" . 1 . i i .... - ------ i - . i rr , r '-." 7 '"""' r.'JT' PRINCIPLES, not MEN. o i 1 TERMS $1 25 per Annum, if paid in advance VOL..XXXIU WHOLE NO. 1673. CLEARFIELD, VA. WEDNESDAY OCT. 2, 1861. NEW SERIES VOL. II. NO 11. " nON. SAMUEL LINN'S Charge to the Grand Jury. .? 1 ' 1 SEPTEMBER TERM, 1801. G,NTLiMtf or the Grand Jirv: . Ve enter upon I ho discharge of our offi cial duties to-day under very solemn and impressive circumstances. Since the lust term of thi Court, events have occurred in the history of our national government of the mostserious and startling character. I nerd not refer to these events in detail iitlicyforra i conspicuous part of the hu lorrnfthe rebellion against which this nation i now struggling, with which v ry intelligent citizen is presumed to be bmilliar. We have fallen upon strange timer, and are experiencing a state of na- lion J trial which would teem not to have been apprehended by the father...

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

ft! Stye (Eltarntft gtpuWican; CLEARFIELD, TA. Wednesday Morning Oct 2, 1861. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. IOR ABHEMntT, C. K. EARLY, of Elk county. UEO. W. ZlEGLEIi, of JfforBon 0. 1DH ASSOCIATE Jl'I'OEH, J. D. THOMPSON, ofCurwenaville. JAMES MjOOM, of Bloom Tp. FOR tfHEIilFP, EDWARD FEKKS, f Morris tp. YOK COUNTY COMMISSIONS, JACOB KUNTZ, of Brady Tp. FOR TREASURER, JOSEPH SHAW, of Lawrence tp. FOR AUIilTOn, CJ1AS. S. WORRELL, of Chest tp. FOR M8TIUCT ATTORNEY, ISRAEL TEST, of Clear-tied tor. FOR CORONOR, POTTER, of Ciirard tp. J. w. NEXT TUESDAY ! Next Tuesday will be the day of '.he rlection. We can say to our Democratic friends, that after conversing with people from all parts of the county, attending urt last week, we are certain of electing wr WIIOLK TICKET by a handsome ma jority. Democrats were never more de termined to do their duty at the ballot- liox, and from all parts we hear of men who have not voted for years, now de termined to bo on band, und tocftst their totes for 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. — 2 October 1861

ct.ItarfitI Republican. "WEDNESDAY OCT., 2. 18CI. i article l.-Congroas shall m.k. do law rea- KfftM nmin thereof, OR AI.HIIhs- G 1 MK KHKKOOM OF SPKLX'II. OR oFTIIBrBESS J orj7''fibt"ftb P'o UtaiMlfora redress of grUrnncei. t'oiwd'n. (jo, i lrtad Stmu$. ytgTICLX BBCTI8H .7. JDM 1116 prlOliDg I . M. . . , . I aretes shall " ,r,a 10 'r7 person wno tinner- wmv juu ui u icnoi:u; uiinie;it?n v io juugo Ji,lWixsmios th. proceedings of ih. lKi'l- 0f audi matters, if you do hold revolution- tsrs.orany brano!. .0fK7r"tL.rJ.s!:;.r ,M,imml..,Hknn. ...,. . jiwoni"oa .cLr u,u. riu luorooi. Il fros communication cf thopghlasnd opinion uxnsef the invaluable right of uiani and everv tie oi7 freely tpoak, writ and print on any NbJoetj b'iilt rerpnnsiM. for th. abuse of that liberty- lo protecntlooi for Urn publleatfun of were inreitifiatinif the tQieinl conduct ofolTi rt. or mn In puLlle rapacity, or whore tbo ilUr pnfctli'lied U proper for publle lnforma linD, t'j t'utb thereof cay bo Riven In evi...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 2 October 1861

J'tammkrers. Stenh- lib a joviul soul, and hesi t play a trick on any ono. Ins acquaintance was a ,dy and a young man, both .t jm Stammered very badly. They were not acquainted with each other. Bob F , the young man allu ded to, was quite sensitive ; and to think that any one was making fun ofhis defects, Ircquently new into a passion. It was Stephen's fortune to meet both of thorn at a party, ana nc boon determined oa a joke "Miss She," said he, approaching his lady friend, "may 1 have the pleas. uro ofintrodutiug one of my acquain- anccs, a worthy young gentleman r "Cer-cor-tcr-certainly, sir." A way he started for Bob F "Kob, old fellow, hire is a nice girl I want to introduce vou to. Come on." "Does she taw-taw? talk V asked Hob. "Yes like blar.es." St) off they started, tind soon ap proached the scatof tho lady. Steph en introduced them, and immediately drew to ono side, that he might see how they would manago each other, when his oars wcro greeted with the following conversati...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

Vf f X .1 - ' . - ... '! , : i i 1 1 sV?.r A r V-" n W. KOORE. Irnitnm J B OOdDLANDER, I'(litors' itil,. XXXII. WIIOLK NO 107k PRINCIPLES, net HEN. TrHM'3 -M 5T rrr A? :r., if-' : ;.r. - ' m:wM''.uik ol. ii. i - (XKAIIHKLP, iA. MONDAY, OCT. 7, li.Gi. fir t'p , Sir Eojcr Inklcby's Story. l.V k 1 1 KLI.VIX. Tlif i spsi'ud providi'iico In tho full of a -iimw. If it be now, 'tis nut to t.tne : if it lie a Lt t t"iu il will bo now : if it bo ii"t now, yet come.' .Haiim. i An excellent old iiifin was Roger Inkle iyr. As full of wisdom n experience, ex perience ad ujjij, ago ..s temperance and regularity could command by the will of 00.1. It ivm my fiood fortune to know liiui in the prime ol his silvery looks. With I . ! 1 . . .. I, ...ill .4 smim pleasant, as Min-iiK"''' crowded villi good intentions and kind thoughts: Willi a vili u execute strong as tile; n idi advice sincer as valuable; with svinpathv warm as liis iViumlnLij'. was ;ol'i r Irkloby. Ho was culled Sir Roger lo perpetuate ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

V .... 3 SAY d i flTIT 1 vA Av-:'rv.v:;: 11! !! n W. KOORE. liMitor, J B GO0DLANDER.JLtlltors' sOl,. XXXII. WIIOLR NO 1071. ' PRINCIPLES, not HFN. TFJ1M3 $1 2'i jvr at rr.. if p ' : ' 1 " ' NI'AVM-.Hir ()L. . Mi : CI.KAKHKLl), i'A. MONDAY, OCT. 7, lilGi. I I. : i Sir Rojcr Inkleby's Story. liV KIT KLI.VIX. Tlioro U "pecinl rovi(lineo in tho full of n imrruw. If it h now, 'tin nut to rsnne : IT it bo nt lo c'jiuo, it will be now: if it 1 ut now, yot foiue.' .HAdt.KT. 1 - ., An excellent old man was Roger Inkle hy. As full of wisdom as experience, ex perience ad aye, age .. temperance anil rre'tlitfi'y could command by tho will of Ued. It was my flood fortune to know liim in llio prime ol Jus sil very locks. Willi . i . i . . it i. ..., .i sliillo pleasant as Min-ngui-; crowded -with good intentions nnd kind thoughts.- with a ill to execute irongM life: wiili dv ie wnccr ns valuable; Willi svtnpalliv warm ns his ii ienU-.Lip. was Kol'i r Itkleby. lie wns culled Sir Roger to perpetuate...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

i V ft a l,al ' 1. 1 I it'll. ft. i i n I ! j kill ft I I lv i in sit . i I t . . it ii i i mi i ,r, I tn l" It ' v, fll'. ll'jKlt rl,l til I,- MOM. I I l f ttiAtMinn. ?-a. rnMnt Mcttilr.it (M ?, detail il 1 . . A .......... I. A I f I . ..I ...I IM1 II V W II 1 I ' T on. , I T 1 ' I II I I . I 1 'I f - - . ,..., i-t the. r lh.lon, iM I .'Ml IH fit I lie f"H"tt ' 1 ,ir ' lo- nK im!ri ! . Air etitiro htlm etl.- of engage ments amount to 'Jri killed and 7'J wnim .leil, 1 li" enemy' l" was much prenier. I ,c vieil.lo fruit of lUii almost bloodies . urtorv arc gn-nt. AUml .'( prisoner, j it none whom "ff Ioip1 Mulligan, Mr hull, l'cahndy, Wlilieuruvcr, M jor Van Morn and one hundred and eighteen oth j . r commUloncd ollU-ers, live pieces of nr. I ilh ry and two mortars, over Ihri'O thou-, . inJ stand of nrnis, a large amount of n- l.ri'ii, about "0(1 horses, many sots ol caval i v .x.uinmcnts. wncona. teams, ammuni t en, more than 100,000 iIoIImis worth of . ommissary stoic, and a Urge ...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

l;" til kl. I ; fc'l'i! Vl!('. illl'n r ', i , , i i i V i I ' V I II , 1 1 " I I 1 1 1 1 I I 11 " i t ,. 'M l I It ' A I I 1 I ) i il l u I " V i i 1 1 ..III' 'II l III.' i MMji ;l I phi' kr ', i, iMii.'i-i lilt :ii ll i lumt .r ! i ii v I. . i I "ii i 'ii' H 1 1 l 'I y 'l ll' I V ll t lf 'l p. 'Mi fit :riii ll)"il i i i ul pi-Vi'l ( In I,--.-, ,r ;; !i lu l l tn lllul.i' .'"'.ti l ll. As tll' oil M H r "lli"V ll'lllli''l 1 i' 1 1 i l, li ;iii ! tli'' Iimitnl in-r I'MV," it tlli'.V 'I'1' N t 1 ll U 1 1 1 litT " lit'll il viair :imi4 nwny," I i In! in Hum Iimiip "Ik1 ivni f'Miiiil on L,iiiU '1 iI'mhi1; .l.il(V !in :i M-Minel' in tlio unifm in ul ';i't. Kuhn'i in p:ui v ol SnnnuT Ki 's' of Carlisle. We do not know vliat nhiitf hlo- iiilihtcd nndi'p to pro. vt t lie lionor of Iter conn try's ttati, "it liormd !iani- i Sophia Orydi-r, nnl Iut rosidcuro only nliont a mile i out thin oity. Slio lias bet n in :ilt . ivulm'a company a week, in a plump l.iHH of only sixlufii years of e, und...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

1 1 1 m r.. 7, i . i I thrill wake tin l Ml- , a .... it I I utier ... 1 . .. ..I., i. . . . .. I li t " ' !, r,.r, OH UlltllHI. HVi iMi; ( iin iMinul'M'l;i ( ll.nu IK i: I'M I. ' J irth iitht .,nh rtr! I" assemble "' "'ltln Hi " Iffiirrnl f"f f"1rei f gt ir v -- of iin . Imnil 7. That Hi printing prewt ihnll t ft to sry J'si.n ho indr- ;fc.ilii etsniln III proceeding uf lb legisla. (f. r '"ani'B 01 government; en it no law ever it ma-l to restrain lb rich tharaof. l communication of thoughltaud opluloM ;( osof tit lurtlurilile rlghlt of mint and ery , tiifo mitjr fruly tpoak, writ and print on any yoi't; being rrtpuntibU fur tb abuii uf that I'NMI'O l,riy. in profUtlunt fur tho publication uf i niitirn unur tan yaart oi s noi anmiuaa pn InventiKatlnu tli ufficlal unluct uf olu. "'' acooinpaull by tboir paronlt or guardian. mm, or wen lu publi rapacity, ot whera th 1 Kry prrtun withlng to b tnrullfd aa uifm tattcr rublUhod la uniiMr for miblie lnforma. kr "t thii SucUty mutt apply o...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

I '.' - -v.-.,; ...... .... , ... . ' " " ' r , i , '. i i ; ' ; ' i ' ' ; . .. , . I . S - . ' - - - . . ... a W.MOORE. -l Editors WJL XXXII. WHOLE. NO 1674. Sir Roger Inkleny'i Story. llV SIT KKLVIN. ,' , t ipeclnl providence in the full of a m If U bs now, 'tis not to oeiine : If it be 'Hie com. ' be B0W 1 lf il bo not now' 'et nxcollcnt olJ wan wan Koger Inkle i . A full of wisdom m experience, ex- fierce as ne, age .s temperance and Lulirity ' command ty the will of jTjj it was m" good fortune to know liBin the prime of bis ilvory locks. With nniile pleasant m sun-light; a lionrt Mtlcd itl g0(1 intentions and kind toasts: (villi a will to execute strong as life- with advice sincere as valuable ; with m'nlliv warm M llis friendship, was Rojer lrkleby. He was culled Sir Koger perpetuate" his universal henevolonce. in veniBg passtxl with him became one letter than the enjoyment of the evnpo- nting frivolities f payer life. But ho is ion entotntieJ with the worm of the pave, yet hi...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

ele are greatly eneouruged and declare that St. Louis shall noon be iu tUeir pci-t-cssion. , The Battle of Lexington Gen. Price's Official Report. Jrfcmn City, Sept. 28th. ion. Trice' olttcinl report, giving a somewhat detailed Hi-count of the battlo of Lexington, has U-eii receivod. The following are the clot-: ing paragraphs : "Our entire loss in this iierics of engage ments amount to 115 killed and 72 woun- .led, The enemy' low was much greater, i The visible fruits ot this almost bioouicss victory are great. About 3.500 prisoner, .rnong whom ore Colonels Mulligan, Mar shall, Feabody, Whitegrover, Major Van Horn and one hundred and eighteen oth ft commisioned officers, live pieces of nr. t illerv and two mortars, over three thou--.itid stand of arms, a large amount of sa bres, about 700 horses, many sets of caval ry equipments, wairons, teams, ammuni tion, more than 100,000 dollars worth of commissary stores, and a large amount of other property. Jn addition to all this, ! obtain...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

Cfte tflcarfiflb fffgublbn, "WEDNESDAY OCT.. 7. 1861. Auricll I. -t-ongrest iuii uui no law res (0 ettablbbment of religion or prohibit r, thfr exereite thereof i OR AIlKllKi. i"Sl UK FKF.KDOM OK 8PKKCH, Olt ()V Till' l'K 1s ' or r,Kht of tb PP1 Kbly to sseeinble Mil to petition tho Our. Jenifer a redress of grievaoees.--t'eatiiu. AuTtct 9-Pr.me 7. That the priotlne;' ..(Kiihall be free to every pernon who nnder- iikerto examine the proceedings of the lrgitla- lute, ersny brunch of governineut; and no law .k.iisver be made to restrain the rich' thereof. Ttm free eouiniuoication of thought anil opinions . i . l . LI 1..L1. -r 1 l. one I lot iuvaiu.uia ngiiia ui uma I iou vverv 11 r i : . . I :. " (itlieoniy ireoiy speaa, wrue ana prim on any uiu iur wua cuuveuieuce 01 spee ubiect; being respomible for the abute of that ttrs. liberty- la prosecutions for tho publication of Children under ten yeare of age not admitted ,' ptperi Investigating ths official conduct of off. unlets accompan...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 7 October 1861

Oil o Hamburg ! L'utriJt-idiJ Unioiiy two gctMCnian viiVovnoon. 8vs t ho solid looking iajnooeb amcu m (Siuy CuHiii 'Who -fconght t-aiiirtH." ..4a i-ivl writs h:J(l Btnivetl awiky-.) t htehf ft iniifttiy-v ftp-' ltl0,.Ti,'H so Mut lor btViVy gii'l, XMliOc-iiilly M it i-r.flit.il on the diffBitVJinJ virtuo oi i.lirot-.n-mu- TlftVrlllolflH the ffOU- inv nii' " , - tJemcri Vere .it liberty to nakon;h: her high ami- Uiy 'hiutad her low, ,. i!,rv th ' fcfit limit: hw "when 'a ;r.-:;WaWfl-.r. fur bfiii Itfthan'. iiiilvour olio was found ooguiirdiloiiu; .luty ftaaftontui; ,ij,ho unifV.im ot ('ait. Kuhh's 'company or bumner hi ties' of jariIlc.i.Vo4onot; low what name tdm enlisted under to pro. loot ihojionor (ler'ttntryfl flag, l.ut her real namo is Sophia . Cryder, .md her residence only about u mile ,'rom this trity1.' Shd haribeen m Capt. ffnrji'crttnlianv'a wo.ek i ft -'pluiop' Mint. kIio could safely hid deli 1.1.1 ,,., to Uvs umination, vlifch ia.wuid- to bo made with great strtiieis...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 October 1861

"Slit ... " ; m . : : . iAi )i i it) ' i nvimt m-, i r , k . 1 i i ti I , ' . ., ,' (I far tf ii iT W. MOORE. I B. GOODLANDER. J l Editor.. ' r VOL. XX.XII. WHOLE. NO I do not Like to Sear Him Pray. I do ii'it like t hi-iir liiia pray, ' Who 1 will itt twenty-llv pi r cent ; , for that I (Link burruvir niu.v ; , ' ' lie i'r. ol co pay fur fond and rent ; jU'ti" llial hixik, wlii''h nil should hi'ej, Whirli eayi nil after huU be blest, ", ' jit imt M 1 have eyes Iu read, , , it duca not say, "take inti'tv'St." 1 Ju n it like tu hear hi in pray, ! 7 "Lt blftn on the mduw be!"' Vt hu never feeli, her hums to any, , If itnt u'ertnk you, come to mo," - - I bale the prayer, Ion I ami lung, thiU'i uttered for the "orphan's e.kl," jly bias wbsiaoee iiiui gruslud by r ,ij, .Mait f slj with, th H.f d'b feel: J Jo nut like tu hear him praj, . ( With face na lung a any rail, V bo never means hia debt, to pur, ' Because lie cafi't be put in jail, far cauUun ask, tu aritteo bund, tut frioncl'liip...

Publication Title: Clearfield Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clearfield Republican. — 14 October 1861

tyt (tlmiMti gUpublttair. " CT.EABF1ELD, TA. Monday Morning Oct. U. I86L rv. TlanMnn on Tnesdav W.tcdin a most glorious triumph for f count. We have '" "' We have, much cause for eratulation and rejoicing " victorv which we have achieved, The party has acted nobly. She refused to affiliate with those who professed to i 1 1 n-inoinlps and advocated a trJrZZXn her uuvit... I. Miccess, presorved her organization, ana kept herself in luch a position that she uun in the futuro contribute to the com mon w?al All honor ia due to its mem bers, whoso determinedly marched to the polK voted full tickets, and thus testified i ueir devotion 10 pmn;iiMui mere individual preference. Never, in ii.. nntuta of this recon. was a duty performed more cheerfully, or under uch untoward circumstances. Minropre- eDtntion.villiflcation and abuse, without measure, had been heaped upon the party, and at every turn its members had met with sneers, taunts and opprobrious epi thets. The weak may have trembled ; t...

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