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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

1 - i CLEAREIELD, THUBSDAY, JUNE 15, 18-54. NO. 1. , V ' ' " "" ' - ' COME AND TAKE ME. Pcvivier.. ' ' ' ' ' - ' -' v VOL. 1. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL Bex. Jones, Publisher. Per. annnni. (payable in advance.) ' SI 00 Jf paid within the year, '.1 50 After the expiration of the year, , 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrarages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance t the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will je consdfr ed a new engagement. 4J RATES OF ADVERTISF.IXG. 1 ius. 2 ns. 3 ins. S 50 1 00 2 50 4 00 6 50 12 0 Fonr lines or less, ' One square (12 lines,) Three tiquares, -Pis lines or less, one year, -Pne square ' " "Three squares a M Half a column " " 25 0 1 SO 2 0 25 00 A(t-crtisemcn!s not marked with tho number of Insertions desired will be continued unti directed to be stopped, and charged according to tt.-se terms. Business notices, in item column, eighteenth per line for every insertion. All letters Ac, should be addressed, Bcj. Jones, "Kaft-nian"e Journal," Cl...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

ju , v" ' " t i i. in i . ,rv... . . " r ' - - - - - . " COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier", ! ' ' . " . ' v "" t ' ' ' ' ' ' 11 : , i- I 3 . i VOL. 1. CL'EAEFIELD, THTJBSDAY, JUNE 15, 1854. NO. 1. RAFTSMAN 'S JOURNAL Hex. Joses, Publisher. ' v I'er. annnm. (payable in advance.) SI 00 If paid within the year, 1 50 After the expiration of the year. 2 00 " No paper discontinued until all anarages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance t the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will.e consider ed a new engagement. KATES OF ADVERTISMNG. : 1 ins. 2 as. $ 25 $ .- J 1 - 50 5 1 50 2 0 3 in. S 50 1 00 2 50 4 00 6 50 12 m Fonr lines or less. One square (12 lines.) Three juares, fix lines or less, one year, One square " " Three squares " " Half a column " " 25 00 Acertiseuicnts not marked iritb the intner of insertions desired will be continued u nil directed to be stopped, and charged according to tL-se terms. BnMnes notices, in item column, eighteenth per line for every insertion. All le...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

7- I v ... . v 1 - I '. f - T J -5 TBI mmm mini CLEARFIELD, PA., WniG STATE NOMINATIONS : - roa covEEXoa, Xoa. Taxes Pc.'loai, of Northumberland Count j. F03 CISiL COMMISSIONER, Coa. Gwrje Pare, of Allegheny County. FDH SUPREME jrCGE, . T-. Ta-iti 7". wse cf Adn-s County In making tLLs, our editorial bow, to the ci'izcns of ClearSell, it becomes oar duty to state, briefly, tie position, we occupy the principles yro advo cate, and the course we intend-to pursue. . We hare come among you as a stranger, to luke charge of a papt r own J n t by ns, but by a portion of yourscives. and while we duly appreciite the honor, if we may be allowed the expression, we al so deeply feel the responsibility, attending a rirbt and proper discharge of our duties. The position of an Editor is at ail tiir.es an unenviable one. in oar case it is peculiarly so. Unacouaiated. in a great measure, with the business and resources of the county, we are neeessari'y dependant upon oth er for information, whijk, i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

... : ... , . . . m ". - ' v.' - f . iN. ' I itt ; - ; '-: f -a -J i If v.i ."-"jr - ' :.o ' -- 3' . If;. Til ROmill'S JfilSML CLEARFIELD, PA., : t 1 WniG STATE KOMI NATIONS: roa covEitxo3, Hox Tftxea Pc!look, of Northumberland Cocnty. F03 CASAL COMMIS3I0XF.lt, Con.. Georje la.re, of Allegheny County. ; raa supreme jrccE, . IT"-'. Tart'". 'trarsr cf Adrrs County In making this, our editorial bow, to the ciMzcns of Clear Sell, it becomes our doty to state, briefly.: the position, wu occupy the principles wo advo cate, acd the eoursc we intend-to pursue. . We hare come among you as a 8ranger, to lake charge of a paptr own d n t by ns, but by aporfon of yourselves, and wkila we duly appraciite the honor, if we may be allowed the expression, we al sa deeply feel the responsibility, attending a rirht and proper discharge of our duties. The position of an Editor ia at ail times an unenviable one. in our case it is peculiarly no. !- Unacquainted, in a great measure, with the business and r...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

- -V- d i i . - - THETOTJMAL. : SrsINESS ITEMS. . JAny of our readers about to visit the city, will well to o ill at C VLS3 Cj'rE A Co.S splendid New 3'oro,So. 173, .'Market St., Tbila. Hi per haps, the mo3t magnifi .sent store ia America. ar.d .their- a-uortnient of Goods, embracing the most eplen li 1 silks and sains of every rarie;y, u at once the Iafjsst an I cheapest in he market. ' nPIi.LIn- as we do7a "Raftar'anV Journal, it may not be ami, te- inform oar refers that they can procure the ehcapesi Uomp and Manilla Ropes, Of tho very first quality, GboUOE J- WEAVER A Ca.'g.No. 13. Norih Water Street. Tbila. They are aLo dealers in carpet chain, bedeords, clothes 2iae3 te. See card in another column. EBocls and Stationary are constantly la de mand, and wc know of no better place of supplying them than at Claks & Hessek's extensive estab lishment, No. 17 Soth 4tb Street, PUila. ZW It is sail there are few more splendid s'oree in Philadelphia, than Brook, Tvson A Rhes,No. -140...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

1 IHETOTJMAI. TT- rstriNESS '-ITEMS. sT Any of our readers about to visit ,he city Trill da well to o ill at C ale cJpe & Co.' splendid Sew S'ora, No. 173, Market St., rbila. Per Laps, the mo3t maguiaicnt store in Aoier'aa, and their- a-uottnient of Goods, cm brae its the most eplen li I silkj and so. ins of every rarity, is at onae the lariat an 1 cheapest in he market. rTPKKkinzs j7 "Rattan nV Journal, it may not be am' to inform oar re iders that they ca preeuro tha cheapen Hemp and Manilla Ropes, of tho very first aIity. at George J- iV saver A Ca.'g.N. 19, North v''ater Streot- rhiI:i- The arc aLo dealers in carpet chain, bedaords, clothes iiae3 Ac See card in another column. "Roaks and Stationary are corstantly la da-B-.anl. and we know of no better place of supplying them than at Clarx & Hesber's extensive estab lishment No. 17 South 4th Street, Phila. . lW It is sai 1 there are few more splendid s'ores In Philadelphia, than Broox, Tvson A RnE's,No. -140 Market St. Th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

1 i Li i - - t . - . ;.l THE HOMESTEAD. .... BY" LADY ST-ESCEB." It is not as it used to be, . When yon and I were young, Whc n round each elm and maple tree The honeysuckles clang ; Bat still I love tho cottage where I passed my early years, Though not a single face is there That memory endears. It ia not na it nsed to be ! The moss is on tho roof, And front their nests beneath the cavo3 The swallows keep aloof. Tho robins how they used to sing When you and I were young ; And how did flit the wild beo's wing The opening flowers among r It is not as it osod to be ! Tho voice's loved of yore, ;. And tho forms that wo were wont to eee. c Wo'seo and hear no more. No more! Alas, wo look in vain, For thoso to whom wo clang, .And love as wo can love but once, When you and I were young. TIIE MOTHER'S LESSON;; A Story . From a Geraaa Ballad. . BT EB BOVTD. 'Twas night, the star-gemmed and glittering, when a bereaved mother lay tossing on her bed in all the feverish restlessness of unsanctif...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

- I - S": 1 J : I mi l ii. V 'ft If - a 'fit i M :. m A - -mi -fi . -3 . : i THE HOMESTEAD. ' " " BY tAy ST-EKCER." i r ' It is not as it used to be, When yon and I were young, When round each elm and maple tree The honeysuckles clang ; But still I love tho cottago where I passed my early years, -Though not a single face is there That memory endears. It is not ns it used to be! " The moss is on tho roof, And from their nests beneath the cavc3 The swallows keep aloof. The robins how they used to siag When you and I were young ; And how did flit tho wild boo's wing The opening flowers among V It is not as it used to be ! The voice's loved of yore, . And the forms that we were wont to see. : Wo'seo and hear no more. Kb more ! Alas, wo look in vain, For those to whom wo clung, . And love as wo can love but once, When yon and I were young. THE MOTHER'S LESSOfl7 A Story. From a German Ballad. - BT EVU SOUTH. 'Twas night, the star-geramed and glittering, wncn a bereaved mother lay tossing ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 June 1854

i t3 'i si: 1 i i "i.h . ; ' -sr - --'' ' ; - ,' V if - THE HOMESTEAD. " BT 'Z.ADT Sr-EKCEB. " -"- -'- - - i f " It is not as it used to be, TV lien yon and I were young, .'.TV hen round each elm and maple tree The honeysuckles clung ; But still I lore the cottage where I passed my early yearn, Though not a single face is there That memory endears. It Is not as it used to be! The moss is on the roof, And from their nests beneath the cavc3 The swallows keep aloof. The robins how they used to eiag "When yon and I were young ; And how did flit the wild Leo's wing The opening flowers among '.' It is not as it used to be ! The voice's loved of yore, . And the forma that wo were wont to oe. - Wo'sco and hear no more. No more! Alas, wo look in vain, For chose to whom wo clung, And love as wo can love but once, When yon and I were youn-. THE MOTHER'S LESSON. & Story Froia a Geraan Ballad. 'Twas night, the star-gemmed and glittering, when a bereaved mother lay tossinf? on br w . in all t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1854

, fcf.jC. 'It: i-V 4 - COME AND TAKE ME. DirviviEit. NO. -2. CLEARFIELD, TUESDAY, JIWE 27, 185 4 vol: 1. .RAFTSMAN 'iS JOURNAL. . "; - Bes: Jones, Publisher. - :.' Per. 'annum, (payable in advance:) ' $100 -If paid within the year, - .150;. - After the expiration of the y6ar. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. ; , . ' . . A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will bo consider ed a new engagement. DITrl rF ADVEIITISEIXG. ' . -- -j 1 ins. ' 2 ins. Four lines or less, .. S 25 $ . 37 r- n it lln '. ' ' 5d f li' 1 " s ins. S . 50 1 00 2 50 : 4 00 . 6 50 12 00 Three aquares, Zix lines or less, one -year, Jne square . . " Three squares " " " " r-ie .. -. a -it 1 50 - 2 00 25 00 Advertisements not marked with the number or insertions desired will be continued until directed to be utoppod. and charged according to these terms. 9nines3 notices, in item column, eight .cents per line for every insertion. , . . AH letters &...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1854

U I r ..... ,.. , .. v ...... .. r ,-. r : ' - .. .... - - - - . - . ' - COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. - . . " '. " ' ; ' .. - - : . '-"-"" ' " ' - ' ,-.L - : vol: i RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL.' " " Rr .Tnxrs. Publisher. ' ' t?-.' nnnm mtv.hl in dvanee.l -SI -00 If paid within the year, : - I Ko paper discontinued until all arrearages are r t .ntif a ilioz-nntinnance at the expi- ration of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed a new engagement. . - BATES Or ADTEnTISEIXG. 1 IBs. ' 2 ins. Four Knes'or less, . ' - 25 O-e square (12 lines.) ' t - , v 60 v ' . Three square ; .: 1 50 2 00 Six lines or less, one -year, : . . One square . . :.".';. Three squares " r " .. .v 3 ins. $ . 50 1 00 2 50 4 00 6 50 12 00 25 00 Advertisnent3 not marked with the number or insertions desired will be continued unm unw:u . . l fnt rhafd nnnrd inir to these terms. w rwiiifw, ps . . . wineiss notices, in item column, eight .cents per line for every insertion. - ii i oKniil lx Addressed. Keni. Jones, "Kaftnna...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1854

r-4 " .: i THE RAfTSUAH'Si JQ5BIAI. CLEARFIELD, PA., .; , tit r ' ,-..,, , Tuesday, June 27, 1854. .'. ' WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS:' -FOB GOVERNOR, t - . . , . Hop. James Pollock,' of Northumberland County. ? -: 1 TOR CAS AL COMMI89IOXER, Roa, George Darsie, of Allegheny County. , .tiji: - . y(iR ! SrPHEMS JUDGE, ' '-'. - :IIon. Daniel H. Smyser, of .Adam3 County , .OE, W. Cabr, isugeht for this payor inThila. Evans' LuilJing, Nor. AA'est cor. Third and Walnut Streets. ' '" ' ' "' . , OTTThose who" receive this paper, and are not subscribers, who do not wish to tako it, will please return it, with' 'their namo. liEsrossuauTT, Ac. Some persons do . not ap pear to . understand, in what manner or by whom, tho Journal is published It is owned by a. Joint Stock Company, of which TLBctcher Swor-E, 'Esj. fa the .Agent,1 and for whom Bexavix Jon'es is " publisher. Wo hope that this explanation will be atisfctory to those who desire a place or persons, upon whom to, fix the responsibility of th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1854

ill Hit E THE 'JOURNAL. BUSINESS ITEMS." - jjfAny of our readers who may require the jervice of a Notary Public, or Commercial .A gent in Philadelphia, will find a competent and accomrno Jiting gentleman in Alexander MrRrnv, -Kq., '6, Goldsmith's Buildings.. ; ; .. ,. .' ; It not unfrequently' happens that our, citi tctu lava conveyancing, and land business in Philadelphia. If so, wc would recommend them o call on G. W. Coladay, Conveyancer and Land jlgent No 3, Goldsmith's llall. f-yThose desiring to purchase the most excclr lent city furniture, at the lowest prices, will do well tocall at the splendid Ware Rooms of II. C. Schne blv, 177 North Second St. Philadelphia. , . .. - l"5i" Although the price of leather and ehoea ha3 ri?cn alarmingly, within a " few' months, 7 yet country dealers will be1 agreeably surprised to dis cover how low they can purchase every variety of Ue.vdby Cope A Co., Nor. West Corner of 2nd and Arch, Phila. ' ' ' ' .' ' ' , . QTIVis said that some of our Cl...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1854

1 l . T --opulur long: r : KANCT TILL. ' - Down by de cane break, Close by de mill, - . , Dare I met a yaller gal, .. . , : And her namo was Nancy Till ; - - '. She knbwed dat I loved her, ' ' .t : She knowed it'borry long, ', ,' I'm going to serenade her, . :'" - And dis shall be de son 1 "'' . . . " ....-: Oh, come Iub, coincide boat lays low, She lies high and dry on de Ohic, ' i -Come lore, come, won't you go along wid me I'll take you down to Tennessee. .'- I come from below.- ; ',', .'V, Will you go lub wid me, -I will row de boat,- ' .'.- ' - - - While de boat rows mo ; : ' '' And 1'ja waiting for you now, You will not refuse to go. And listen to de harmony - ' : -'- j . Ob do bio ban jo.,. . -, r ., .V ,0h, eoiae, lab, Ac.-; -, Open da window, lab, rory our love so true, An listen: to do music, '. Ho 13 playing foS you lake de soft tnmmer notes,- j.- So sweet and so low, -' 5 Aa dey flow from de strings Ob de ole baDjo,.. . - ; - " . i . Oh, come, Ac. i ' A FASHIONABLE WALTZ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 July 1854

COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. -v ' ' Y0L1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULYS, 1854. " , M). 3 s : . : . RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Bex. Joxes, Publisher. Pr. annum, (payable in advance.) SI 00 If paid within wie year, 1 50 After the expiration of the var. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the ex pi ration of the term subscribe- for, will be consider- d a neW engagement. HATES Or ADVERTISEIVO. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Faur lines or less, $ 25 3 37 .S 50 One square (12 lines.) 50 75 I 00 Three squares, 1 50 3 00 2 50 Six lines or leu, one year, 4 00 Que square " - 50 Three squares " 12 00 Half a column " , X 0 Advertisements act marked with the number of insertions desired will be continued until directed to be stopped, and charged according to these terms. Business notices, in item eolumn, eight eonts per Ile for every insertion. All letters Ac, should be addressed, Benj. Jones, "Raftsman's Journal," Clearfield, Pa., (post-paid to receive...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 July 1854

u si i t: . . -AS 'I 'I 3 ft K1 4 J 4 hi I' Ml 13 -'i A It dll Ml iSMAIT Mini. i-ftpv-'-'- - -! T fc' CL "2 A It FIELD, PA., rridas,,Jaly 7, 18-54. ' " WniG STATE ."X03IINATI0XS: '- '" " FOR I0VEX0E, " Hon. James !?olIook, of Northumberland County. . . ' FOE CAX.il COMMTSSIOXEU, ' . r .-Hon! George Da-sie, of Allegheny County.. - '-'' ' '" FOR SrPHEME jrDOE, " Hon. Daniel M Smyser, of Adams County I""".E. "".V. Oaer. is p.?ent for this paper in Phila. Evans Building, "Xor".'-West cor. Third and Walnut Streets.- - ? - " ' r EOnr sincere thanks are due to the lion. VTn. II. Sewatjd for his kindness in furnishing us with public documents. .. "- "WaxteiS a. journeyman printer, able work the press, at this nice, immediately. to -. CGOne of our hands is sick, and another has left, which Must account for the irregular-, ity of our paper, uutil we can secure assistance. W e are again" under the necessity of apologising for our 'paper. "We sent on for a new supply, which has not yet come to ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 July 1854

JUL '.yA -- ! . t. ", THE; JOURNAL, :r- , - tv BUSINESS ITEMS. - - , --. . .- t . ' - . ' '- -i " JX7 Gen. 'A- MHu-Lsirts left for lite OH, t o purchase a pcy supply? of goods Vhich lie will open foe sale on hU ruvn, at the "sign.'uf the '-'.red. flag." - , ; ;.- - "l ; X?- We call the attention of those '.desiring to purchase valuable real estate,- to -the adver ts Aient of a .Sheriff's Sale, in another col u:au, -. One of .th& best business stands in Cur weiisville will be sold. ; ' ; ' ". ! : '."i" ' The late firm of Patchis & Swax have dissolved partnership," arid call pereintorily np ju TTlrsoiis indebted to tlienif to call and jttle up. The books are iu the hands of S. C. Patchix.' "We also invite the attention . of our .readers to : the. advertisement' of S. C. PATcni5,whohas just received a splendid stock of Xew Goods which he willl sell cheap. "Give hiiu'call. - '- . . " TT7"0ur friend ,T6m. Shea, has opened his splendid assortment of cloths, cassiiners, and other d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 July 1854

popular long: TOOLE SAM'S Of aH the mighty nations In the East er in the West, 0, this glorious Yankee' nation - Is the greatest and the best. ' We nave room for all creation, -And our banner it unfurled ; Here's a general invitation To the people of the world. Then come along, come along, make no delay, Come frgt every nation, come from every way, Oar lands they're broad enough, don't bolarm ed, , . Uncle Sam is rich enough to give us all a farm. St Lawrence marks our Northern Line, - As fast her waters flow; And tho Rio Grande our Southern bound, 'Way down to Mexico. From the great Atlantic ocean, Where tho sun 'gins to go down. Leap across the Kooky mountains, Far away to Oregon. Then come along, Ac- While the South shall raise the Cotton, And the West the Corn and Pork, . New England's Manufactories Shall do the finer work ; For the deep flowering water falls That course along our hills, Are just the thing for washing sheep And driving Cotton Mills. Then come along, Ac. Our fath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 July 1854

. . . . . . .. .. . , " v X? "l pm v If R ' 1 ' " COME AND TAKE ME. Duviyier. 0 7 .""X-" -1 - : : " " ' j VOL. 1. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. ., Bex. Jones, Publisher. Per. annum, (parable io advance.) 51 00 If paid within the year, 1 50 After the expiration of the year. 2 00 "e paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. , A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will be consider d a new engagement. biteb or ADVKr.rrsEixc. 1 ins. 2 ins d ilig. S 50 1 P0 2 50 4 00 6 50 12 00 Fur lines or lew, I One square (.12 line;,) Three squares, fiix lines or less, one year, One square " " Three squares " " Half o AAlninn " i 25 $ 371 50 75 1 .8 2 00 00 Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired trill be continued until directed to be stopped, and charged according to these terms. Business noties3. in item column, eight cents per line for every insertion. , All lottera Ac, should be addressed. Benj. Jones. "Kafuuiau's Journal," Clearf...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 July 1854

- . -, . T mm - iMisEiaE39a m rl r 11 LV'1 7 . LrT THE RAFTSMAS'S JOUBSALJ E --? L 1 J 5", ..VllSM?-iO5MW'JJ sWTTUT -' ,S S '' rI r-JI The School Question. jjilar character, and that sortie of the mos; In our last paper we said that a bill had bceiyDrominent Aholition momWr of Comrross introduced into the Senate last winter, preparMworc put there by an alliance between the Lo- Ka in Lie c!lCOl Ucnarlmvnf. e.rit.tin. no- tho .u-.2-U..t4Vt.. . J tt- 0-.1 ti uii r - ; o - swiuvus uu ncu ounurs. ill., iimi uuiter tarian feature, which was stricken out on mo-irst pluck the beam from their own eyes, andobstiaste courage that will give the allies full won oi tnai eloquent and vigilant whig, Col-3then perhaps their lengthy lect ures on "TheRtimc to come to their succor if they have any THE NEWS. We have additional Xews from Europe the Atlantic. The fight at Silistria still goe Thev had betterison, the Turks defending 'the fortress with an tfoux C. KrsKEt; AVe now repeat that asser ,tion,aud...

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