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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 October 1859

THE JOURNAL. - CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 5, 1859. PROCEEDINGS OF COTJBT. ? Court called on Monday morning and after receiving returns of Constables, &c, adjourn .; jd until afternoon when alter a charge to the Irand Jury by his Honor James Gamble, a jry was enipannelled in, Thompson rs. Cathcart. This was an action S ejectment to recover 200 acres of land sur- fcyed to John Jones. It involved several im srtant legal questions location of survey, ' t itoppel by deed, statute of limitation, &c. Tie cause was warmly and ably contested on -v Jth sides and occupied the attention of the ' urt until Wednesday at noon. After an ab- 1 ince of several hours the jury returned a Verdict for defendant. Crans, for plaintiff; lYaHace and McEnally, for defendant. ; Jfegarly rs. Mathers te Boynlon, was a heavy action of ejectment for part of survey in name f Mary Neil. This cause had been twice tried and last spring reversed by the Supreme fcourt. It was entirely a question of location. " His Ho...

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. — 5 October 1859

p - . 1 - i - I I I: m t t rt 11 frj si S. B. ROW, EPITOB AND PROPRIETOR. 1 CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 5, 1859. PEOPLE'S STATE TICKET. - - FOR AUDITOR GENERAL. THOMAS E. COCUKAN, of York. -TOR SCRVETOR GENERAL. WILLIAM II. KEIM. of Berk? DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. PRESIDENT JTDGE, SAM. LINN, of Centre county. STATE SESATE. "LOUI3 W. IIALL. of Blair County. ASSEMBLT, ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jefferson co. Wil. A. NICHOLS, of McKean county. - ' PROTHOXOTART, "VM. McBRIDE, of Cnrwensvillo. ' REGISTER RECORDER. ISAAC S. SI1IBEY. of Bradford Township. . TREASURER. EENJ. SPACKMAX, of Clearfield. COMMISSIONER. GEORGE LEECH, of Pike Township. " SURVEYOR, PETER LAMM, of Girard Township. AUDITOR, , JOIIX B. HEWITT, of Huston Tp. THE JUDGESHIP. As this is the last paper we will issue before the election, we wish to call attention to the importance of selecting a man who is compe tent in all respects to fill the office of, and will make a good Judge. During the past week, many of the citizens of our cou...

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. — 12 October 1859

u u YOL. 6.-T0. 7. BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1859. BEAUTIFUL STANZAS. Leaf by leaf the roses fall, Drop by drop th springs run dry ; One by one, beyond recall. Summer beauties fade and die ; .. But the roses will bloom again, And the spring will gash anew, - In the pleasant April rain And the Summer sun and dew. So in the hours of deepest gloom. When the springs of gladness fall, And the roses in the bloom, Droop like maidens wan and pale, We shall find some hope that lies Like a silent gem apart, Hidden far from careless eyes, In the garden of the heart. Some sweet hope to gladness wed, . That will spring afresh and new, Vben griefs winter shall have fled, Giring place to rain and dew Pome sweet hope that breathes of spring, Through the weary, weary time Budding for iu blossoming. In the spirit's glorious clime. ' JCOPTRIGHT SECURED. Clearfield county: OR, REMINISCENCES OF THE PAST. The timber and spar business has brought o.ir merchants in contact with...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 October 1859

u u - BY S. B. EOW. CLEARFIELD, PA , "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1859. VOL. 6.TvT0. 7. . BEAUTIFUL STANZAS. Leaf by leaf the rosea fall, Drop by drop the springs run dry ; One by one, beyond recall. Summer beauties fade and die ; But the roses will bloom again, And the spring will gush anew, In the pleasant April rain And the Summer sun and dew. So in the hour3 of deepest gloom. When the springs of gladness fall. And the roses in the bloom, Droop like maidens wan and pale, We shall find some hope that lies Like a silent gem apart, . Hidden far from careless eyes, In the garden of the heart. Some sweet hopo to gladness wed, . That will spring afresh and new, When griefs winter shall have fled, Giving place to rain and dew Home sweet hope that breathes of sp'ring, Through the weary, weary time Budding for its blossoming. In the spirit's glorious clime. ICOPVRIGITT SECURED. I'LEARl'IELD COIT.NTY: OR, REMINISCENCES OF THE PAST. The timber and spar business has brought our merchants in conta...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 October 1859

p mmmmmmammmmmmmtmtmmmmmmmmmmm MMg Ma.ac in i i i r IW Ill II ,,,, r I I III " ' ' ' "JtU"'-' U IIIIIJ I J,. , 1 3 a nr. 2 PS HI i p. F i ti S. B. BOT, EPITOR AN D PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 12, 1859. 8IB JOES' FBASXLI2L - The uncertainty which has so long surround ed the fate of Sir John Franklin and the men :oniposing hi3 crews, is at last removed. The steamer Fox. Capt. McClintock, sent out by Lady Franklin, returned recently to England rith the full particulars, and many memorials, ;l the ill-starred expedition. , These were round on the northwest coast of King Wil liam's I sland. A fall record of the events fhat occurred in the?xpedition, dated April 2-jth, 1S48, was found, and this shows that Sir John Franklin died June 11th, 1847, up to which time nine officers and fifteen men had died. The survivors, 105 in number, were I proceeding south to the Great Fish River. The discovery confirms the previous reports that have been received. - Dr. Rae ascertained from the Esquim...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 October 1859

1 V - X ' THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 12, 1859. . A couplo farms in Boggs township are ad vertised For sale. - . Tbc Clearfield Rifle Company will find a no tice for parade, in our advertising columns. The card of Dr. H. R. Bryant, who has loca ted at Luthcrsburg, appears in oar advertising columns to-day. Wo direct attention to the advertisement of R. L. Martin, of Tyrone City. Though the notice is up-side down, Martin will doubtless be found bright side np.V The Building Committee of the Centro Meeting House give notice that they will re ceive sealed proposals, for the erection of a new church edifice, until the 1st Xov. By Divine permission, the Rev. Mr. Focht will administer the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, in the Lutheran church in Clearfield on Sabbath, Oct. 30th, 1859. Preparatory services to commence Wednesday the 26th. Harry Brooks, a young blind man from Mid dletown, give a musical concert in the Court House on Friday evening, which proved to be quite interesting...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 October 1859

mm. mkwjm mm m Scandal, like the Nile, is fed by innumera ble streams ; but it is extremely difficult to trace it to its source. - PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS. Isaac D. Johnson, of Cincinnati, has sold bis celebrated Morgan horse to a Mr. Smith, of IHJnois, lor $3,500. A man with carroty hair, which has pre vailed in his lamily for several generations, de scribes it as being he-rei-itary. A Union Communion Service was held in a tent at Pottsville, Fa, last week, at which there were 5,000 persons, about 1,000 of whom, of various denominations, sat down to the com munion table. "Well, Patrick," asked the doctor, "how do you feel to-day 7" "Och, doctor, dear, I enjoy very poor health intirely. The rheuma tics are very distressin' indade, when I go to slape I lay awake all night, and me toes is swelled up as big as a hen's egg, so whin I stand cp I fall down immediately. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. The Baftsmas's Journal is published on Wed nesday at SI. 50 per annum in advance. If not ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 October 1859

vJategrity, however rough, dissimulation. is better than PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS. N1 Steel swells in hardening. And swells har den in stealiDg. There are 14 persons in jail at Cincinnati charged with murder. P. C. PURVIAXCE, Ambrotypist. comer of 2nd and Cherry streets, Clearneld, ra. Aug3 '59. A rery good way to make eye-water ran your nose against a lamp-post. is to Hon. H. S. Foote is out in a Ions: letter in faror of Mr. Douglas for the Presidency. A new volcano has sprung up in Oregon. Mount Hood is in a state of active eruption. HB. WOODS, Attorney at Law, Indiana, Pa. . Professional business promptly attended to. DR. TJ. F. AKELY, Grahamton, Clearfield coun ty, Pcnn'a..; April 1. DO. CROUCH, PnvsiciAS, Curwensville, Clear . field county, Penn'a. May 14. T J. CRAXS. Attornev at Law and Real Estate JLi. Agent, Clearfield, Pa. Ofiice residence, on Second street. adjoining bis .May J 6. Upwards of two hundred vessels are now in the Rappahannock river, in the State of ir...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 October 1859

U U L-, 1 1 i 4 by s. b. row. CLEAMIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1859. VOL 6. NO. 8. j.'i HOPE. Hope w like the dawn of morning .Breaking through the misty night, . Each of nature's works adorning With a pare and holy light; Liko the gentle evening shower, Scattered fragrance ail around, Opening every little flower Germinating from the ground. Let us, then forever cherish Hope, to lift our hearts on high That our spirits may not perish, Or our happy dreamings die ; That, when earthly ties are riven. And we leave this world of caro. "We inay meet again in heaven, Each the other's joy to share. COPYRIGHT SECURED. CLEARFIELD COUNTY: OR. REMINISCENCES OF THE PAST. In tho southern part of the Borongh of Clearfield is a plain brick edifice, whe re oft co be heard the dcep-tond peals of thejor gau during the impressive services of the Cath olic church, and yet oftencr can be seen the devotees of that faith flocking to it3 entrance to render to their Creator their tribute of praise and ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 October 1859

p i if J.V 1 f t 5 i 5. I f I :! v Raftsman's $0itraL 5 --Vi S. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 18, 1859. THE ELECTION'. The election is over, and the so-called De mocracy of Pennsylvania are well whipped Thomas E. Cochran and Win. H. Keini, the candidates of the People's party for Auditor General and Surveyor General, are elected by majorities of from 15,000 to 20,000. Out of the 11 Senators chosen, we have ; elected 10, and of the 100 Representatives onr party has carried 67. Here, in the "wild-cat" region, where the Democracy were thought to be se euro beyond all peradventure, the districts having been formed so as to give them very large majorities, they are badly used up. Samuel Linn, the Opposition candidate for President Judge, though fircely and malig nantly assailed, and notwithstanding his com petitor had the active eupport of Senator Big- lerand other prominent and influential men, has a majority of 461 votes. Lonis W. Hall, our candidate for State Se...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 October 1859

u u -1 r ill THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 19,1859. loax U. Cai-v, Esq., Smith's Mills, is au thorized to receive subscripts and adver tisements for the Journal, and receipt for all monies paid hiui on accounts dne this orhce. By Divine permission, the Rev. Mr. Focht will administer the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, in the Lutheran church in ClcarQeld on Sabbath, Oct. 30th, 1859. Preparatory services to commence Wednesday the 2Cth. Mossop has just received and opened an ex tensive assortment of Seasonable Goods, Clo thing, Boots, Shoes, &c, which he offers at the lowest prices, as will be seen by a refer ence to his advertisement in another column. Lager. By referring to an advertisement in another portion of our paper it will be seen that Jacob Ilessendeller and Charles Ilaut are engaged in the manufacture of lager beer, and are now prepared to supply all who may want it with that popular beverage. -: We learn that, about two weeks since, the taw-mill of Mrs. Kratzer, 3 ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 October 1859

If ) 1H t 5 i : i ii ft' pi S C7"Too can't do that again,' said the pig, when the boy cat its tail off. James Price, a white man, received 30 lash es at the last "Wythe county (Virginia) conrt, for petty larceny. The new directory of the city ot Philadel phia shows a population of 680,000,an increase of 271,238 since 1850. The monument to Henry Clay, in Lexing ton, Kentucky, is nearly completed. It is said to be one of the handsomest works of art in the country. "I do not think, madam, that any man of the least sense would approve ot your con duct." "Sir, how can you judge what any man of the least sense would do." The will of Joseph Miner, deceased, leaving a property of $80,000, to three sons, and cut ting off four other children with from $5 to $100 each, has been set aside in the Fayette Circuit Court, Indiana. A St. Louis paper mentions a suicide in that city from a rather singular cause. A young Frenchman named Donnedien was insane. He thought his stomach was full of devils an...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 October 1859

'" 1 i "T .,v I H ,5V - 4 - BY S. B. ROAV. CLEAEFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1859. VOL. 6.--jT0. 9. i : m m r 1 mm t i , m m i ie a w i - i i m n c ic i t , v v .3' . I a 4 r I b i TEACHING AND PEACTICING. In the course of all my wanderings O'er land and over sea; In the conr38 of all my pondoringe On how thing3 ought to bo, I've always found 'twas easier dono To tell how things should be, Than it waa to ba a single one To make niy acts agree. "One writer will tell you how to live, Without a singlo sin Yet he. sometimes, such oaths will give, As ne"er before had been. His precepts all aro very good, And many truths contain , But oft--n his example would Put all his rules to shat:. One man will tell you that your tine Should always bo improved, To ppend no breath in useless rhyine?, That ne'er will be approved. Cut while he tells you thus to shun All hours spent in vain The days are gliding one by one. Through which he has idly lain. Another 'II toll you how to cleanse The care...

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. — 26 October 1859

p i) Li rt IS 15 I I 18 rt fill 4 i - 1 f i Raftsman's jjflttriml S. B. BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 26, 1859. INSUBBECTIOIT IN VIEOINIA. On our outside will be found an account, ta ken from a Southern paper, of aa "insurrec tion" which took place at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, on the 16th, 17th and 18th of the present month. Old Capt. John Brown, who, our readers will doubtless remember, had a valuable saw-mill in Kansas burned, one son so brutally used that he died from the eflfects of the treatment and another shot dead by the Border Ruffians, was, it appears, the con cocter and leader of this, insane and mistaken movement, the main object of which seems to have been to liberate slaves ia the States of Maryland and Virginia. When the "insurrec tion" was first announced, the force engaged in it was magnified into hundreds, but it is now rendered certain that it numbered, all told, seventeen infatuated white men, some of them over three score years of age, and fi...

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. — 26 October 1859

u u 7 pi 1 1 TEE JOTJEKAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 2G, 1859. Jlonx G. Cai.v, Esq., Smith's Mills, is au thorized to receive subscriptions and adver tisements for the Journal, and receipt for all ninnies paid him on accounts due this otlicc. We direct attention to the card of Mr. Rus sell JIcMurray in our advertising columns. Sealed proposals for erecting a church in Pennsvillcwill be received until the 10th Nor. by the building committee. See notice. St. Asdrew's Church. We are requested to state that on and after Sabbath the SOth Inst., evening services will be held in the E piscopal church in this place the morning services as heretofore. Sxow. Last Friday and Saturday a sufii cient quantity of snow to whiten the ground, fell in this region. Though the atmosphere lias been cool ever since, the judications arc now in favor of fine weather. Win. F. Irwin has received his stock of Fall & Winter Goods, at his store on Market St, His goods have been selected with a view of supplying ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 October 1859

p r: i) ill; i ii ! 1 1 I. " -v 1 i I !! Its A western wag informs us that before he knew bow batter was made be always had an idea that it was dog oat of salt mines. It is only by labor that thought can be made healthy, and only by thought that labor can be made happy ; and the two cannot be separated with impunity. The Cincinnati Gazette notes the arrest of De Marbais and wife, who recently figured in a tragedy there on a charge of fighting. lie is said to be crazy. The trade of Shanghae, China, in 18-38, ag gregated in imports to over $33,000,000, and exports to almost $60,000,000. The value of Opium imported was $23,500,000. Morissey, the prize fighter, has accepted the challenge of Ileenan, to fight for $10,000 a side, within four or eight months alter the bat tle of the latter with Sayres, the champion of England, and has deposited $500 to "bind the match," with Mr. Wilkes of New York. Remarkable Theft. A man named David Gaintor has been arrested at Greenfield, Mass.) for stea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 November 1859

x BY S. B. KOW. VOL. 6.-IO. 10. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1859. u u J l; ll ' ' : I i 1 Jill . J si For tho "Raftsman's Journal." SAY, KATTIE, DOST REMEMBER 1 DEDICATED TO HISS U. A., BT DICKON. Say. flattie, dost rernember, '1 hat pleasant evening ride took along with me, ' And those other two beside? rTwas happy a little trip, As ever I enjoyed ; Would a Sabbath afternoon .Be better unemployed? You know we went to meeting, And beard a short discourse ' About the heathen nations. Which could not make us worse ; We ut that weary hour, Less silent than we should, And gave for heathen nations As little as we could. Kw. Hattie, dost remember That pleasant afternoon, When services were over You passed out very soon, And imagined in your heart, Although 'twas Sabbath day, You'd tca.se your beau a little, And go home another way ? And do you still remember. That homeward little ride, You took along with Mr. S.. While I was with his bride? When away you lightly tripped, With"...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 November 1859

i 7 4VV S. B. BOW, EPITOP. A5D PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 2, 1859. 2H7CH AIO AKOXG THE CHIVALRY. In the year 1851, onr country was startled, t a time of profound peace, with the news of a brilliant naval achievement, before which tho gallant exploits of Paul Jones, of Perry and of Lawrence dwindled into insignifi cance; we allude, of course, to the bombard ment of Greytown, where the U. S. sloop of war Cayenns, under tho command of the vali ant Capt. Ilollins, achieved that glorious vic tory, which was the crowning laurel of the Pierce Administration a victory that has been thus immortalized in verse : "Twss Captain Ilollins led the fierce attack, A man renowned in history and song For martial tread, with straight unbending back, And ears erect jsekassically long. 'Thick fell the shot, and darkened was tho sky. Loud boom'd the guns and poured tbeir iron hail, Od thirtean shantees and one poor pig-sty, The great 'San Jean' of this valiant lala. 'Before the 'fight' began, the n...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 November 1859

the joumal: CLEAKFIKLD, PA., NOV. 2, lSoO. Jons (i. Cais, E3Q., Smith's Mills, is au thorized to receive subscriptions aud adver tisements for the Journal, and receipt for all monies paid Iiiiu on accoituls due tins olEco. Reed & Weaver advertise their regular stock of Fall and Winter goods, which they are just receiving and opening at their store on Sec ond street, and which they will sell on the most advantageous terms to old and new cus tomers. Read their advertisement. ilr. Daniel Goodlander gives notics that ho is prepared to supply persons with Leather ot various descriptions, Shoo Bindings, Tegs, ice, Flour, Groceries, Glass, and a variety of other articles which are named in his adver tisement, to" which wo direct attention. "Win. F. Irwin has received and opened a well-selected stock of Seasonable Goods, at his store room on Market street, which ho oi lers to purchasers at the most reasonable pri ces. We direct attention to his advertise ment, which can bo found in anot...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 November 1859

Success makes a fool seem wise. Think much, speak little, and write less. Industry is fortune's right hand ; frugality, her left. An old Bachelor friend spells women vftim-en. . Riches, like manure, do no good till they are spread. Marriage, like fiddling, depends a great deal upon the beau-ing. It is said that toothache may always be cu red by holding in the hand a certain root that of the tooth. There is only one objection to people who "mean well," and that is they never can spare time to carry ont their meaning. The writer of the following must have been a botnoepath : "Surely it is a blessed privilege to be kissed by.the breezes that hare kissed all the pretty women in the world." The large yield of 2006 bushels of wheat was obtained from thirty-five acres this year, by R. F. Peckham, of the Pajan Valley, Cali fornia nearly 67 bushels to the acre. Austin Avery, of Windham, Connecticut, is said to have a pumpkin vine in his garden 1328 leet long, which has produced 60 pump kins ...

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