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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 March 1860

1 r v- . - . . ..- . .......... ; :M S B. ROW. TOL. (f-JVO. 30. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, . 1860. I WOULD ROT. - I would not kiss the sweetest lip : Unless it kissed me too ; ! As well as from the young rose bud sip Tho morning's clear cold dew. Nor clasli a hand, though soft and warm , Unless it pressed mine own ; I'd rather love the perfect form ,; , Carved out of parian stone. I would not worship eyes, though bright . '; And beautiful they be. Unless they bend their living light On me ;and nly me '. I would not love a form that heaven Itself hath stamped divine, If I but dreamed her love was given To other heaven than mine. ADVENTUBES OF DB. CADLWELL. ' In a work, entitled Women of the Revolution, we find tho following sketch : Tho Rev. Da vid Caldwell, a Presbyterian minister of North Carolina, was very much subjected to the per hecutions of the loyalists. Atonotiine,wbilehe was absent, a party of British came to the house and occupied it, taming Mrs. Caldwell out of...

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. — 21 March 1860

8. B. ROW. EfHTOR AND PBOpniETGIi.. CI.EAKFIEI.D,PA.t51AIvCII2I,1380. 1 ' ' FOR PnTISIDEXT. , GEN. SIMON GAMES OX.1'.' ' Sabjcct to the decision of the Chicago Convention. ran GOVEiixo::. IIOX. ANDliEW G. CURTIX. theib own TEsmioirr. Judging him from the statements of bis own supporters, remarks the Lancaster Union, 31 r. Foster, the "Democratic' candidate ior Gov ernor, must be entirely destitute of any defi nite principles, and the most double-faced ian that ever was presented for the suffrages of the people Mr. Lewis C. Cassid y, a Phil adelphia lawyer, ousted from the District At torneyship because he received the return of election through fraudulent votes cast in 18jo, p.nd who proclaimed himself to be a "politi cian," being called upon to speak in the Con vention after the nomination, after declaring that he knew Gen. Foster wtll, aid of Lira : "lie is bound to no particular issue; he is "connected with no particular set of people Lecompton and Anti-Lecompton men may "stand u...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 March 1860

i TIIE JOTJRM- CUARFIELD, PA., MARCH 21, 1800. -'.: We direct attention to the advertisement of Robert Lloyd, Dealer in Flour, Bacon, Groce ries, &c, rhilipsburg, Pa. - Those of our subscribers who intend "mo ving" this Spring, will please notify us of the change in their different residences, so that -we may be enabled to forward their papers to the proper places. Is 3AiL.-Oa last Friday, a man named Thos. Hamilton got on a b!g spree, which re sulted in his getting put to jail for 24 hours and lined $5 and costs. We hope this will have the effect f keeping him sober when he conies to our town hereafter. . , Special Notice. Wui. Feath, Esq., at New Washington, is authorized to receire and re ceipt for monies duo this office. We have . .placed a number of accounts in his hands for collection. We trust those interested will at tend to them as soon as possible. ' The River. The water in the Susquehanna at this place is much too low for lumbering. On Monday a drizzly rain fell, but,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 March 1860

the mmmm&M I? 3 "I got somo boot in that bargain," as the loafer said when kicked oat of doors;, 7 j - A paragraph commences thas : "Women in arms I" Well,' where should they be 1 Tho Williamsport and ElmiraRailroad is to be sold at auction, at the Philadelphia Exchange, on the 18th ol April. ' ; The treasurer of?Hlwaukie, Wisconsin, Mr.' Scwarting, has decamped, being a defaulter to tho amount of over $30,000.' r; An exchaage advises husbands to love their f wives. The suggestion is good, ' but - we a ' mend by adding an admonition not to love eath other's wives. - ' . . , . . Sir Peter Lely made it a rule never to look at a bad picture, having found,by experience, ... that whenever he.did so, his pencil took a tint from it. Apply the same to bad company. . A lady in Montreal, on the 1st, recovered $2,000 of a MajorBreckfoid for kissing and hugging her'f'er roughly. She ought to set a high valjL-Vithe money, as she got it by a tight squeeze. On tho 1st mst., Missouri, in, a ful...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1860

BY S.-'B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, : MARCH 28, 1860. VOL. 6.-JW. 31. i LOST BELIEFS. '"" One after one they left us ; . . - - t -' " The sweet birds out of our breasts Went flying away in the morning : Will they coine again to their nests f WiJLthey come again at nightfall, , With God's breath in their sung? . Jfoon is fierce with the beats of summer, V And summer days are long ! : Oh. my Life ! with thy Upward liftings, . Thy downward striking roots. : Kipening out of thy tender blossoms But bard and bitter fruits, . In thy boughs there is no shelter For my birds to seek again ! Ah! the desolate nest is broken And torn with storms and rain ! FEBBTJLINQ ANNA HAWSES. "Buzz buzz buzz buzz!" Indeed I cannot stand this. You'll drive me quite crazy with your buzz, buzz, buzz ing. 1 must and will have silence. I find that plain, pleasant persuasion will not do; I shall be forced to resort to a harsher meth od. Now listen, one and all, while I assure you that the first scholar, you...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1860

8 t1 k r il I: H if 1 Vl :4 f i t i if jit, In - Raftsman's jfliirnal 1 'SgJ-SSrfcv - fl. B. BOW, BHITOB AXD PBOPBIKTOB. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 28, 1860. - FOB FBESIDKXT, GEX. SIMON CAMERON, Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention FOB OOTEBSOE, 1I0X. ANDREW G. CURTIJf. MEXICAN AFFAIRS. Recent events in Mexico are attracting much attention. It seems that Miramon, on the 29th ult., approached Vera Cruz, with 5,000 men, a numerous train of artillery, and ammunition stores, and encamped four miles from the city, bis headquarters being at Medelin. An expe dition, under the command df Marin, and de signed to co-operate with Miramon in an at tack on Vera Cruz, the bead-quarters of Jua rez, was fitted out at Havanna, and was to hare landed at the mouth of the river Mede lin. On the 5th inst., Miramon besieged the citj ; and on the 7th made an assault, but was repulsed by the Liberals. On the 6th, two steamers appeared before the city and refused to show their colors. Com. Jarvis, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 28, 1860. Low Mr. Joseph L. Curby, of Lumber City, whilst in onr town on the 19th inst., lost bis pocket book, containing $45 in money, and promissory notes and orders amounting to 284. He offers a reward for its return. See adrertisement In another column. By an advertisement in another column, it will be seen that our young friend, Ross Harta liorn, has entered Into partnership with Henry Swan, In the mercantile business, at Anson Tille, and that they have received a new stock of Sessonablo Goods, which they offer to sell on advantageous terms. Staoe Coach Bcesed. It is reported here, that one day last week, the two-horse coach Tunning between Bellefonte and Lock Ilaven, took fire near nnblersburg and was burned op, -together wjth the mail. There were four pas sengers in it at the time, and it was with diffi culty (hat the horses could be detached and saved. There is something strange about the occurrence, if it has been related correctly. Cuang...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1860

MBMM i'. 1 1M 1 H in Shrewd inquiries , arc being made, the cup of sorrow bad a saucer. r whether tThe trouble with bow-lejrged men, Ja that they aro always going on benders. . t: ; There is a man at Totnes who walks so slow that they say he wears a pair of spurs to keep bis shadow from treading on bis heels. r Bulwer says that "death often changes a Version into love." Ctrtainly it does. We may have an antipathy to swine, and yet love pork and sausages. . ' : An original way of answering two questions at a time : "Here, Biddy, my darlint, what's the time o'night, and where's Jhe pcrtaly pud ding?" "It's eight, sirr . The Richmond Dispatch proposes to restore ,lho old fashioned custom of carrying a side sword, in lieu of concealed deadly weapons. This is the age of intellect." "Please take half of this poor apple V said a pretty damsel to a witty swain, the other night. "No, 1 thank you j 1 would prefer a "better half!" Amelia blushed and referred the gentleman to "papa." . -.; : r ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1860

' - ' " -' : : i i I si m m&m m m m m m m mjm mm m BY S. B. KW. CLEAEFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1860. VOL. 6.--M 32. ! "WHAT THE KEEK HEAET DID." Look out, oh ! weary heart, look out In the wide world and see If there thou find'st a laurel wreath, Or a great work for thee. Thn the weak heart looked sadly out. On Menes of change and strife. And B.fw no fame-wreath for its brow, Ho great work for its life. Bo. little deeds that thronged its path Tbat heart took meekly up ; Its meed of suffering humbly drank, And drained the bitter cup. The quiet life was truly lived. To have done more it would ; Bat there is written this of such : he hath done what she could." TOSITION OE HON. EDWAED BATES. The Missouri Delegates to the Chicago Con vention, recently addressed a letter to Hon. Edward Bates of that State, requesting his o pinions on certain subjects, to which he made the following reply : St. Loris, March 17, 1857. To Messrs. P. L. Poy, Dr. Bernays and others : ' 1 Sirs : B. Gr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1860

Raftsman's imirrtal. S. B. ROW. KD1TOR A5I PROPRIKTOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 4, 1800. FOR PRESIDENT, GEST. SIMON OAMEROX, Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention HON. ANDREW G. CURTIS. - PKOTEST OF THE PRESIDENT. Our readers will doubtless remember that , on the 22d Nov. 1853, Mr. Buchanan address, ed a letter to the Committee who had Invited - him to attend the Centennial Celebration of the capture of Fort Duqucsne, 8t Pittsburgh, in which he deplored a growing and dan gerous evil" "the employment of money to carry elections,"-and feared, if it was not spee dily checked, "we most end in a military des- - potlsni." , A few weeks ago Mr. Covode made a successful motion to hare a committee of ' five members appointed to ascertain, among other things, "whether the President of the ' United States, . or any officer of the govern ment, has, by money or patronage, or other improper means, sought to influence the pas sage of any law, appropriate to the rights of any State or Ter...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 4, 18C0. ; Defeated. Tbe bill to erect a boom at Jersey Shore, was defeated in the State Sen ts on the 28th nit. ; U JAIL.-La.st Thursday, a" hard-looking customer, named Bates, w.as put to jail for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He was released the nest day. Bible SociETT.-The monthly sermon be fore the Clearfield County Biblo Society will ba preached by the Rev. W. L. Spottswood in the Episcopal church, St. Andrew's, on Sun fay night next, 8th instant. Timely notice will be given of the next appointment. Pocket Book Lost. Thomas Chambers, of Grahamton, lost his pocket book on Friday last, between Howard Merrell's tavern and tho former place. A description or the con tent is given in an advertisement in another colnmn of this paper. Another. Geo. Wilson, of Bradford town ship, whilst in this place, on the 29th, lost his pocket book, containing 30 in money." The following day tho wallet was found, but the Koncy bad been abstracted. New Bcildi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1860

THE- WUFT- m !i i ! i.r- V i if ':1 Si I,- e Ml 5 -ri Bell, in Boggs, - -Bradford, Brady, - - Burnside, " - . Clearfield, Covington Decatur, Ferguson, Fox, - - -Girard, - -' . . Goshen, Graham, Huston, - . Jordan, Karthaus. l IV.: ri- n 4 G F S1 W 40 R The following pathetic endorsement was found on a one dollar bank note received at the Commercial BanR, Burlington, Vt., a few days ago : 'Tis my last lonely dollar, Leit drooping alone All it brilliant companions Are squandered and gone ! -No bills of its issue reflect back its hue; They went for mint-juleps, And this must go, too ! So soon may I follow, Where friendships decay From the beggar's last dollar The dimes drop away. When the Maine Law is passed, And the Groceries sink, Of what use will be dollars With nothing to drink. H D D TERMS OF TOE JOURNAL. The RaftsmaVs Journal is published on Wed besday at $1,60 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, $2,00 will bo barged. Advertisements will be inserted at...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 April 1860

o . BY S. B. ROW. .CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, i860: VOL. C.-T0. 3-3. 5 LOOK ALOFT. When the storms shall toss your fragile bark, And threatening wares around you roar; When clouds are lowering wild and dark, And distant lies the friendly shore, Then, look aloft ! When the fearful shipwreck threatens most, And not a harbor you can find ; But all along the rock-bound coast Wild beaU the soa, loud moans the wind, Oh, look aloft ! No star of hope may beam above, . "o beacon shines upon your way ; Tour compass may unfaithful prove, Tour ship no more her helm obey. Yet, look aloft. Above the clouds there is an eye, To watch your eourse, theirgloom can pierce; And though the tempest rages high, A voice can quell its anger fierce Then, look aloft. Oh! fear not, Christian Sailor ! fear Nor storm, nor wave, nor rock-bound shore ! Launch boldly forth. He will be near, And failh shall guide you safely o'er Then, look aloft ! IBIGHTENINQ A LOVES. OR THE STRONG-MINDED WOMAN. You bavo h...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 April 1860

Raftsman's mtrrmL a. B. BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 11, 1800, FOR PRESIDENT, GEX. SIMON CAMERON, Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention roR GOVERNOR, HON. ANDREW G. CUUTIN. THE DEMOCRATIC CKEED. It Is tho boast of the Democratic papers that their party is a National one,and any and every thing that does not tend to advance the inter est of that organization is pronounced sec tionalism, if a man or party contends for the interests of tree white labor in the Territories, ho and it are denounced as sectional. If they advocate a measure which secures to the pio neer a homestead on the public lands, the same cry is raised against them. If they fa vor Protection to American Industry, they are also sectional. Nothing in the estimation of these Democratic editors, seems to be na tional, except slavery and its interests, and 'progressive free trade." It is ruc, we admit, (hat their party cannot be charged with being "based upon'a single idea." Its principl...

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. — 11 April 1860

TIIE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 11, 1800. Next Monday, April 16th, an adjourned Courtis to bo held in this place, jurors are summoned. ' The Guardian of tho minor children of Jas. L. Flegal, dcc'd, oflers for sale 104 acres of land in Goshen township. See advertisement.- Collectors of taxes, who hare unsettled du plicates for years previous to 1860, will Gnd a notice of some importance to them, in our advertising columns. -The County Superintendent gives notice that a Convention of School Directors will bo held, in this borough on the 7th of May, for the purpose of electing a new Superintendent. AoBicrtTfKAL Meeting. A meeting of the Clearfield County Agricultural Society will be held in the Town Hall in Clearfield Borough, on Monday evening, June 18th, (court week.) The several Vice Presidents are requested to make return to this meeting of any monies 1 hey may havo received; and their presence is especially desired, as it is proposed then to take action about holding a Fair t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 April 1860

'i y i it n i I I: X ' 1 Tff n 1 mi m Hi ! f'jj' Hi! 5 k I E V miff fit ri!ir1fkn Vin n nfrra tofi.1 if thV WOnlil fnrtrpk uhn am thair enom! n rniPPlli. e - - w ....... -t - - ly and as completely as they often forget who were meir inenas. tE7A pretty woman Is like great trutbs,and nas no more ngni to Dunaie Dersell unaer a pnMM : i .xi . i. Ka tuii, ur aujr uiucr auouiiumiou, iuu '" aaa has to put on jrreen spectacles. , . . K7A doctor ont west cautions his patients abont point? to hrA with their feet hanirins? out of the window. He says ft is particularly dangerous if it should be raining or freezing. ttOdometors are getting in use among some or the livery-staoic Keepers in the East, lor measuring the distance traveled by any vehicle, and in many, cases the individuals who iro off for a drive of five nr ton mil-a and take twenty, are brought up "with a round turn" oy inis contrivance, and olten to their great asionisument. ' GT'Out in Ohio they have a lady-drummer, who has receiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 April 1860

: JI S B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL i8, 1800. VOL. Q.-NO. U. PICTUEES IN THE COALS. ! Sitting by my pleasant firelight, In the dark and dull December, '.. Making pictures in the ashes Of a slowly dying ember Lo ! from out the ashes rising, Touched as by the sunset gleams, If the Tillage of my childhood, That I ever see in dreams. -' There, between the rows of maple. If the broad and grass-grown street; There, behind the shadowing branches, Stand the houses, plain and neat. There, beneath vine-covered porches. Are forms tht never more will come, Tor those hearts have ceased their beating, And those lips are cold and dumb. But upon the sonny hill-side, Where the village church does stand, The shadow of the spire is pointing As the finger of a guiding hand . Wandering ever in the grave-yard, From morning red till set of sun, - Fointing where we. too, shall slumber When our little life is done. Yonder is the dim, blue mountain ; j There, upon the plain below, t Stands the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 April 1860

TOR- IMK Willi !!! 1 r H; ! I it I ;i '-fc ?3 t.Mj n . "; I : B I I: i Mi i'i ! . Hi Raftsman's 0urnaL S. B. BOW, EDITOR AND PROrRIETOB. CLEA RFIELD, PA., APRIL 18, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT; GEX. SIMON CAMERON", Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention FOR OOTER50R, HON. ANDREW G. CURTINV , : A MODERN PRODIGY. It !s only now and tbcn that the world is as tonished by some child uf genius bursting in upon it, and suddenly overturning and demol ishing old and well-established theories and systems. For example, no littlo surprise was excited by Nicolaus Copernicus, when, one morning, he knocked the pins from under the Ptolemaic notion that the earth was a vast plain and the center of the planetary system, by proclaiming tho stability of the sun, and that around it revolved the earth, moon and stars. A great commotion was again produced, when William Harvey, promulgating his idea of the circulation of the blood, drove out of man the hot and cold, dry and moist, black, bitter and othe...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 April 1860

mm. THE JOURNAL. ... . CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 18, 1860. Cocbt. An adjourned court was held in the Town Hall yesterday. The argnment list was nilsposod of? and some other business, of Utile general Interest, transacted. Accit.KTXaIay. Mr. M. W. Snyder of Lawrence- township had one of his feet bad jy . mashed at the "Stepping Stone," where the raft on which he was, and another belong ing to Henfy Swan, were stored. . . . Comxesced. Geo. Thorn, the contractor of tbe new court house, yesterday commenced the work of "laying the foundation, and, judg ing him by his well known energy, we have no doubt that he will get n? the brick-worK during the summer. He is employing good and com petent workmen, and no labor will be spared in making U a substantial building. AaBiccLTi'RAt Meeting. A meeting of the i Clearfield County Agricultural Society will be ilield in the Town Hall in Clearfield Borough, on Monday evening, June 18tb, (court week.) The several Vico Presidents are requested to mako re...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 April 1860

: - " " " " " " r" jmmMM " " " 'i WWW Hi m it W i A 01 ') : I ' U t! H? i T: tit ; i 311' ?! '1 :? c! Ml 2! $1 V ti ;!! : Auditors. Coroner. Beccaria, Bell, - - Boggs, -Bradford, Brady, - Decatur, f. :t if i f ! r, a Attn agricultural dinner the following toast was given : The game of fortune baffle the eaidi as you trill, Spades will always win." A woman in Havana recently gave birth to three children two females and one male - The latter has a beard, and all hare full sets of teeth. Bo it is asserted. " ' Fire or six negroes, armed with guns, "J4 to be causing much excitement in Perry County Hiss. - Whites are suspeoted of complicity with them, and one man has been arrested and impris oned on suspicion. , The "grass widows," numbering seventy-one, who reside in afld around Elkhart, Indiana, gave a ball recently, and invited their male friends. None but --grass widows" were allowed to partic ipate in the festivities. - There is a man in New York so forgetful of faces that his wife ...

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