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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 December 1854

-f f 15 ;,; popular cng. KATV DAULING. Oh. they tell mc thoa art dead. Katy Darling, That thy smile I raay never more behold, Did they tell thee I was false, Katy Darling, Or my love for thee had e'er grown cold ; Oh, they know not the loving Of the hearts of Erin's son3. "When a lova like thine, Katy Darling, Is the goal to the race he runs. Oh. hear me. sweet Katy, For tho wild flowers greet ma. Katy Darling, And. the Iotb birds are singing on each tree, Wilt thou never more hear mc, Katy Darling, Behold, love, I'm waiting for thee. I'm kneeling bv thy grave, Katy Darling, This world is all blank world to rce. Oh. coul J'st thou hear nay wailing. Katy Darling , Or think, love. I am sighing for thee, Oh. me thicks Use stars are keeping, By their soft and libent light, And thv heart would bo melting. Ka'.y Darling, Couli'st thou see thy lone Dermont this night. Oh. listen, eweet Katy, For the wild-flowers arc sleeping. Katy Dirling, And the love birds are nest ling in each tree, Wil...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 December 1854

COME AND TAKE ME. Duvitieh. VOL 1. CLEARFIELD, 'WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 18-54. A'O. 25. 11 RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. . Ben. Joses, Puldisher. - 1'er. Mincm. ('payable in aI trance.) , Sl -0 ,Tf paid within the year, 2 00 "" No papfcr discontinued until all arrearages arc paid. -- - -A failure to notify a dJaoontinuancff nt the cxpi--rii of the term eukicribcd for, will be confdder- d anew engagement. " fwij. -THE HOLY NIGnTS. Some ftiy that 'gainit the time that season cornea Wherein onr Saviour.-1 birth is celebrated "The bird of dawning Hingctb all nis;ht long. And then they say no sprite Hires siir abroad. The nights are wholcsonic then no planets strike. No fairy takefi or witvb hath power to charm, !?o hallowed aud so gracious is tuc time. JIaitlet. Hushed be tbe video of mirthfulnesi, And stilled be the plaintive tones of care, That from too many a heart recess - (Jo forth to float on the widuight air; . . ., 'It ia no time for the wil l excess. . ... No time fur the loose unbridled...

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. — 27 December 1854

ian I5 K iU. At ,- tji ? w k mi A , ; -i' f - it -uMh m III EiFTSM'S 30HSHAL. CLEAIU'I): l l), r A., "Weliiealu,7, December 27, 18'4. , . C7"IIon. C. B. Girth and Dr. Jxo. McCcl T.ocn, Members of Congress, have our thanks for public documents. . ... TO OUR -READERS. Owing to the necessary absence of thecdi tor, a quantity of job work, and the fact that our hands -were compelled to work on Christ mas, there will be no paper issued from this ofSce next week. The loss will be our own. We will be along again the next week, all right, as usual. We must put our grouser down occasionally, to take on provisions. There's nothing like having plenty of r sour Urout on board, even if it should belike Mo,tk . er Moore's, seasoned with hen ahem ! 333T FCECJZT THE EAIISOAD The friends of the Railroad should not ne glect to attend the Meeting at Tyrone, on the 11th of January. It will soon be herb, and thos3 whe desire to go should make prepara tions in time. Clearfield should be largely represente...

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. — 27 December 1854

in mwmmimm mwmm 35 f i thejiotjill; iL The attintioa of those having accounts with theUte firm of Tecs. II. Fclton A Co., is direct id to & Notice ia another column. w3?The Stockholders ia the Curwensviile Fridge aro notified that there will be snelotionfor officer:?. E"E"Capt. Hsnsv Groe, calls-stter.tion to his New Mill, ia Morris tirp. fie 1:m also on hand a large and new assortment of good3. Fee Card. j?The people cf Frenehville want a rhvsieian. and an excellent opportunity is afforded. - An of , drugs, for sale cheap. See advertisement. nMsrchaats visiting tho city, v.-ill do well to call ou Martin, MorurtL 5; co., dealers in Htaieiy, Trinmiings, Combs, Brushes, and fancy goods, No. 21 North Fourth Street, vhere they wi!l La cordially received and wall treated. '. It ; oae of. the lest Houses in the city. 7Thc Knew Nothing head quarters, in Cunrecsvills!, are open flaring the day to vis itors, "and Jaoos Dztzzcz, the proprietor, is always ready to do every variety of Black...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 December 1854

i o illllll'iSil! ?1 -4 .' ! . ! ' i if 1 i 3 -Wl 1 i i "5. ." W vt CIIRISTIA HYMN-' BY 8 A&A3 J. HALE. hr-v Sail! Hail i the happy msni. ' . - When Christ, Our Lord, was born""- .. - .. - . . I -Sound. Bound His praise '. .:. -r-i - The Prince of Right'ousness. ' ; .-' .. . He came onr world to bless,.. , ; t The glorious hymn of "peace". .- . -i . - On earth to raise. . . ; ' Angels the song began, i's. . And then to rausom'd man C-.1- - The strain was given ,;.-- Ilark! joining sweet and wild. N The voice of simplest chid. t-r.. 1 ,'BIess'd bj his Saviour mild, . . , . May sing cf Heaven. Peace, peace I what blissful sound! . ... Let hope end joy abound -. ----- '.J.:. This happy day. ' ; ' ;' . We praise thee, God above c . Our lives thy blessings prove .;; Thanks for thy liht and love . - - Our souls would pay. Sound ! sound the loudest strain ! . - Let earth, and sky, and main, . The anthem raise; -.. ; Father ! thy love we bless Spirit! we beg thy grace Saviour! we ask th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 January 1855

u ;.-:.?f :' ,l:.,uT. .: : .. -;- , ' ' ' ': " ' '.j ' : . '. COME AND TAKE ME. Dovivikr. ....... t ,' "J" ; '",.'.'. . . ' - , --' """' f ;7 . ' ; is. ' ,r- ' .- -. : ' ' ' ' ' '. '. '. I " : . .1 .VOL. CLEARFIELD, WEMESDAY, JANUAKY 10, 1855. NO. 26. f ," li :.. . ' ! .. r .. .. . . . . . . tfr! v RAFTIAS'S JOURNAL- i,ra-!::i;: i$sx; Joxes. I'ubtiiher. , Per. annum, (payable in adranae.) ! ', $t 53 .. If paid withiu.the year, " ' ' " : r 2 00 "So paper discontinued until all arrearages are A failtir' id notify tliseonUnuanee at the cxpi- Tnon or th tcna subscribed for, will oe consiaer d a nw engagement.' .-- .. .' Tilf: STAR OF UCTriLEIIIIJI. "VfliD ni-tTrbI(.Hl n?i ibe nightly plain, - Tbe ;litterii!ti ho:t beitu?! the iky; One stf.r a'or.e of e'l the train. . Cfcuiir sir.no.'.H (ka.U'J?riiig eyo. ; ' F?r.rk!lisrk! to God the cborus brakj,'T " -'- Ytaai eveiy host;, from Yry gsm ; " -r ') But. one alone, the Savjocr spek, . - : 1 r . It is the atar of Bclh'eheni. One on Iho racin...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 January 1855

ill iiiiiiis mwmm V.' r TIE EAFTSMAS'S JOMIM , Wednesday,' January 10, 1853. .ans-S or:? J HOME! AGAIN. -o. Afief an .absence , of some . days, - we again flnd:e;urself at Uivpost, hard-. at -work, the fKalt: J a nill career,-a sufficient supply of provisions on board, and a large stock . of tonr krov t for those who desire it. . . . '' XEWPAI'Elt. ' We have been presented with a prospectus for a paper to be called the "American Watch-maji"--and to be printed at Lock Haven, Fa., in the stead of the 'Clinton Tribune.' It is to advocate American principles, and we have no doubt will meet with abundant success. We hope it may be well sustained. ... '. TO OUR PATROLS.' - The undersigned beg leave to return their sincere thanks to the patrons of the Journal and others, in Clearfield and Curwensville, who gave, them , so welcome a reception on their New Year's visit. Having cleared some thirty dollars, with- our Address we feel pe culiarly rich and happy. May those who pa tronised us, fee...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 January 1855

i ? ri -. mm 11 f, - 13 H si s PI THE JOURNAJ,; " The attention of those having accounts with the late firm of Tnos.'lL Fclto t Co., i direct ed o a Notice in another column. ' ryThe Stockholders in theCurwensvilte Bridge are notified that there will be an election for officers. firCapt. Hesrt Gkoe, calls attention to his New Mill, in Morris twp. ' He has also on hand a large and mew assortment of gooda. See Card. tyThe people of Trench ville want a Physician; and an excellent opportunity is afforded. An of fice, drags, Ac, for sale cheap. See advertisement. - CP-Merchants visiting the city, will do well to call on Martix, Morreil. & co., dealers in Hosiery, Trimmings, Combs, Brashes, and fancy goods, No. 24 North Fourth Street, where they will be cordially received and well treated. It is one of the LestJJouses in the city. CTThe Know Nothing head quarters, in Curwensville, are open during the day to vis iters, and Jacob Detrick, the proprietor, is always ready to do every vari...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 January 1855

HI Ml 1 ! popular -long. OLD DOG TIIAY- I ' The morn of life is past, . 1 - ' And wtii)f come at Iwt It brings nae dream of a one happy day, Of merry friends I've seen .:-.':.-; Upon the Village irreeik , Fporticg with my Old Dog Tray. -- - ' CJt9raQ& D05 Tray 'a ever faithful ; '. - ' --- ; 'Grief cannot drive birn away, find -' -lis" gentle, he's kind, I'll never, sove? , A better friend than old Dog Tray. : . The forms I called my own '" ' " Have vanished one by one Tlie loved ones, the dear ones, have all passed away, - Their happy smiles have flown, Their gentle voices gone, I've nothing left bat Old Dog Tray-? . .'' ' When thoughts recall the past ' "'.'". Ilis eyes are on me cast ; . say. X know that he techs what my breaking neart would ...;-.-: -t .. Although ha cannot speak " ' . I'll vainly, vainly seek A better friend than Old Dog Tray. $6it nnb 33nmnr. CATCHING TARTARS. Some two miles distant from Boston, there resides a physician, somewhat noted for his penurious m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 January 1855

" "f v COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivier VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JAIUAEY 17, 1855. KO. 27. RAFTSMAN'S JOURXAL. Bex. Jones, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable in advance.) SI .r0 If paid within the year. 2 00 - No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a diseouliniianee at ihc cxpi ra.ion of the term -juWribod fur. will bo conaidcr- IKLVT KNOW. Tbo Ki:on N'oiliirijs npper to have sprung up in the far-olf rt.-io;?s f Xebra ka. ns the following lines, from the l). Amur. would seem to indicate : Who i it tii'HM with silent pace. m With brow scrc-ne pud smiling face. Each word and action perfect grace? I don't know do you ."' Whose heart shines forih from kind'eJ eyes And listens to oppression's cries. And when in danger naver files? "I doa't know do jou ?" Who does not show, by tongue (- pen. What he hn lesrrrd where he ha" been. And keeps his thoughts from other men? -I don't know do you ?: Who. when he sees Jim country rsib'd 15y men in foreign clinutey sci...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 January 1855

f M t i Ml 1. 1 1 IV i Lin t t f J i I! f. ,-- i: A - f TO .11 t if. THE RAFTSMAN'S JQHRSAL. . CLEARFIELD, PA., . ! Wednesday, January 17, 1353. Thanks. Our friend Alex. Caldweix, member of the Ilouse of Kep., will except our thanks for pub. doc. C0XGUE3S. There is nothing doing in Con gress that would be of interest to our readers. POLLOCK'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS- We lay before our readers, this week, the Inaugural Address of Gov. Pollock. It is short, ably written, and American to the core, such as all true Americans will admire. Read it and judge ior yourself. Li ort art. The following officers were cho sen to serve for the coming year, at the late election of the Clearfield Library Association: President, Hon. Geo. 11. Barrett. Secreta ry, Rout." J. Wallace. Treasurer, Clark Wilson. Librarian, Tiios. J. McCiLLOrOH, Esq. CHANGED HANDS. Oar enterprising friends, J I i:he9 Irvin, proprietors of the Tyrone City Hotel, have purchased the line of stages between-this place and Tyrone. They...

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. — 17 January 1855

uu 23 -si i i 5 fi 1 ; tS li 1 1 THE JOURNAL. JThe attention of those having accounts with the lat firm of Teos. II. Fcxtox fc Co., is direct ed to a Notice in another column. JjThe Stockholders in the Curwensville Rridge are notified thai there will be an election for officers. EF"Capt. IIcn-bt Gkoe, calls attention tohis New Mill, in Morris twp. Ho has also on hand a large and lew assortment of goods. See Card. tSTThe people of French villewant a Physician' and an excellent opportunity is afforded. An of fice, drugs, 4c, for sale cheap. See advertisement. rrT-Mcrchants visiting the city, will do well to call on Martin, Mojirell & co., dealers in Hosiery, Trimmings, Combs, Brushes, and fancy goods, No. 24 Xorth Fourth Street, where they will be cordially received and well treated. It is one of the best Houses in the city. H7"The Know Nothing head quarters, in Curwensville, are open during the day to vis iters, and Jacob Pethick, the proprietor, is always ready to do every varie...

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. — 17 January 1855

ieii EHiiiiiBa3' shim H US ita IS f " t 5- 2 X 1 ' -3 8 rij 1 mmlnr gang. TEDDY O'RAFEERTY'S DHRAME. bt garret b. cclis. Air: Oh! Susannah. I drimpt a dhrame the other night, " Bat hope it won't eome thrue: The mimry iv that dridful sight Has chill'd me thru and thru. Be jabers, Tat, I can't forgit The sinscs ir me eyes; Ye say, me b'y, I'm shaking yit Wid terror and shuprisc. ' Oh ! Pat Murphy, I fare that yei and me, If that dhrame shud be realized, ' " AYuld haf to cross the say. I drimpt a patriotic band Was swarming on the pier, From Erin's frae and happy land, ' - Contict to sittel here. Aich had a herrin in his hat A pratie in his hand : And mint to taich the Naty vs, Pat. That they shud rule the land. Oh! Pat Murphy, They lift thare chareful home To pprid among the hathen here, The howly thruth iv Rome . t jin'rusly proposwl to trate, -And thin me frinds advised, To go wid me up Ckcsuut etrate, And there get nathralized. - "We met a layding dinimycrat Along wid ns ho wint, A...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 January 1855

1 GOME AND TAKE ME. Dcviyisr. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18-55. NO. 28. - - : i - i ft -3 i-i 'it r-j 4 1 i . jl RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Bex. Jones, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable in advance,) St 50 If paid within the rear, 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 anew engagement. EULOGY ON WASHINGTON. sr samcel r. joxes. The Eastern star that o'er old Bethlehem bung In blaiine splendor, while the angelic tongue Announced the coming of that holy child, eJ nose lace beam u giaanesj, lor tne saviortr smti- fco did the Star of 1-reedom proudly stand. To shed it's radiance o'er Columbia's land ; And point the way where all the sons of Earth Might view the infant Liberty's proud birth, They wond'ring to its cradle gladly run, And saw their saviour in Geokoe Washington. The enartnor'd muse thro" time's protracted scene, On hiBt'ry d page shall keep his memo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 January 1855

I 5 I I IV 1 1 1 it 9 9 i . " i i J! 1 i' if ?! 5S 3 T 7J 1 - 1 k- V m P. A i ft - -rJ 2 1 3S '4-: TIE lATTSHAI'S J8SRIAL. : CLEARFIELD , P A . , ""Jeineslay, January 31, 1853. BP"Alex. Caldwell Esq, of the Legislature and the Hon. C. B. Curtis M. C. are entitled -to our thanks for their attentions. TO JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. We have now on hands a supply of blanksfor Justices of the Peace, such as Summons, Sub- p-jena, and Executions, which we will furnish cheap for cash. Send on your funds. TO OUR READERS. J . We have the best apology in the world for i not issuing a paper last week we had none to " issue. It was not our fault, we sent the or der and the money in ample time, but there was no paper to be had, and its just as impos sible to print without paper as to live without ' food, both of which articles are exceedingly r scarce just now. Our readers will have to bear with us these hard times, and always reracm ; ber that the more money they furnislr us, the easiei we'll get alo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 January 1855

T1IE JOTJltm. ' Q"""-Those of our merchant friends who de sire to lay in a first rate stock of Drugs and Chemicals, and to buy from a first rate firm, should call 138 Market St., on their next viait to the City, at Kcssell & Schott's. r 'The Collectors of County and Stats Tax who are in arrears., had better come up to the mark, or they'll get themselves into a 'bad box !' The Commissioners are determined that it shall be paid. See Notice. rj7 Land speculators will see an opportuni ty offered them, by the Orphans' Court Sale advertised in another column. EC7" We publish this week, the Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfield County, which will be found interesting. E7It frequently happens that when our peo ple are returning from the East they find the Stage full, and are compelled to walk or lie over at Tyrone. These difficulties will now bo obviated since James Crowtuer has opened his new Livery Stable, where horses and bug gies may be had at all times on reasonable terms. CWhat ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 January 1855

ill illlilll9 iiaiSm .ffcjralnr I'M a B'noy. I'm A b'hoy, I'm ft b'hoy in the Spring G arden style, ' Sx amine my shirt now, and look at my tile; There are swells, I dare say, that are handsomer far, xsu none wuo can tiuu&o wiu sue a ease a segar. I fear not the watchman, I heed not the law. I've a revolver to shoot with,and a dirk knife todraw An ne'er as a coward or slave will I kneel, " Whilst my pistol bears shot, or my belt wears a steel Quick! quick! let her rip.-the policemen don't mind, Ana 111 warrant we'll soon leave the others behind. Lively now. livelv. I don't care a cuss. I'm a b'hoy, I'm a b'hoy, and I'm in for a muss, x m a d hoy, 1 in a b hoy, and 1 m in for a muss. The night gathers o'er ns.'the fire-bell ia heard. And then onr Machine, sirs, skims on like a bird ; We pass by our rivals with a shout of disdain, We have beat them before, and can beat them asrain TheStart with their 4i7tj upon us may fall, appal; They may strike, they may cleave, but they cannot ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 February 1855

u u I A i COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1855. NO." 29. JSs&sPzxfl ' Jfhbi L' - L V.--O' W' . l- ,f 3Z&j0r . - Sf ; . :: : KAFTSMAS'S JOURNAL. Ben. Jones, Publuher. " Per. annum, (payablo in advance,) SI 30 If paid within the year, . ,-2 00 o paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the eipi- ra.ton or tne lenn subscribed lor, will be consicier ed anew engagement. LICENSED FOR WnAT. Licensed to make the strong man weak ; Licensed to lay the wise man low ; Licensed a wife's fond heart to break, And make her children's tears to flow. Liconsed to do thy neighbor harm ; Licensed to kindle hate and strife ; Licensed to nerve the robber's arm ; Licensed to whet the murderer's knife. Licensed thy neighbor's purse to drain, And rob him of his very last ; Licensed to heat his feverish brain, 'Till madness crowns thy work at last. Licensed, like spider for a fly, To spread thy nets for man, thy pr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 February 1855

U U r n 1 Si 4 I 5k vL t: il I 1 i-i 'j A Til mW JBHBAL JAfe:ga -fcrT ' .CLEARFIELD, PA., - --Wedn.caaay,' February 7, 1855.""" " STIon. Wit II. Seward, and Alex. Cald well Esq, have our thanks for their favors. Mr. Caldwell, is one of the most attentive and accommodating Members in the House. SGraham, for February, is a most elegant number, not surpassed by anything 5n the magazine literature of the day. Beautifully illustrated, and filled with interesting articles, it is well worth the price of S3, per anura. Ad dress R. H. See & Co. 10G Chcsnut St., Phil'a. APPOINTMENTS BY GOV. POLLOCK. Governor Pollock has mads the following appointments : Thomas J. Power, of Beaver county (Amer ican Democrat,) Adjutant General of the State. . Christian Myers, of Clarion county, (Amer ican Whig,) Whiskey Inspector of Phila. . C. L. Magee, (American) Inspector of Weights and Measures for Allegheny county. Mr. Culp, (American) Flour Inspector of Pi'tsburg. The appointments are generally consid...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 February 1855

1 ;. illlllli . THE JOtTRNAL G"""-"Thos3 of our merchant friends wLo ie Ixe to lay in a first rate stock of Drugs an J Chemicals, and to buy from a first rate arm, should call 1G8 Market St., on thsir next visit to the City, at Ecs3Eix & Schott's. C7"The Collectors of County and State Tax who arc in arrears, had Letter come up to the . mark, or they'll get themselves into a 'bad box!' The Commissioners arc determined that it shall be paid. See Notice. C""-Land speculators will see an opportuni ty ofT.-rei them, by the Orphans' Court Sale advertised in another column. C"VTe publish this week, the Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfield County, which will be found interesting. , - E7It frequently happens that when our peo ple are returning from the East they find the Stage full, and are compelled to walk or lie over at Tyrone. , These difficulties will now be obviated since James Cuowth nil has opened his new Livery Stable, where horses and bug gies may be had at all times on reas...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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