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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 April 1860

; ' : " ' ' -: : - ii r I 1 11 ......... . - in .. , i i ii .. i i Imp ,mmm .n - i in - " ' . I .a 1 ' ' BY S.B. ROW. .CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1860. YOL. 6.HTO. 35. IF WE KNEW. BY Rl'TH BENTON. If we knew the cares and crosses Crowding round our neighbor's way, If we knew the little losses. Sorely grievous, day by day ; "Would we then so often chide him For his lack of thrift and gain Leaving on his heart a shadow, Leaving on our lives a stain i If we knew the clouds above us, Held by gentle blessings there, Would we turn away all trembling, In our blind and weak despair ? Would w shrink from little shadows, Lying on the dewy grass. Whilst 'tis only birds of Eden, Just in mercy flying past ? If we knew the silent story, Quivering thro' the heart of pain, Would our womanhood dare doom them Back to haunts of guilt again ? Life has many a tangled crossing ; Joy bath many a break of woe ; And the cheeks, tear washed, are whitest; This the blessed angels know. , Let ns reach...

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. — 25 April 1860

HAFTOGDAire MmNAIL. Raftsman's mxul iffy- 5 riff B'-Z .l S. B. BOW, EDITOR A!SD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL25, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. SIMON CAMERON, Subject to the decisionof the Chicago Convention TOR GOVERKOIt, HOX. ANDREW G. CURTIN". ABUSE OF COL. CTJETIN. "We believe we heretofore briefly alluded to the Tact that 'The Filet, a Catholic paper printed in Boston, had recent! made a rile attack on the Hon. Andrew O. Curtin, our candidate for Gover nor. It says, "Curtin was a rank, intolerant bigot " in politics and religion long before the inaugu- ration of Know" NothingLsm Sheer, narrow ' minded wbiggery always marked him." "It was chiefly through him." it remarks, 4 Millard " Fillmore got thefativist nomination at the last " Presidential campaign ; and it was chiefly thro' " his positive concurrence with the Know-Nothing " School Directors ol Philadelphia, that they dared to dismiss one morning all the female Catholic '- teachers from the public schools of the city " Aga...

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. — 25 April 1860

WfcFT- THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 25, 1860. Thk Administrator of Asher Cochran, de ceased, offers for sale 57 acres of land in Penn township. See advertisement. Tbb County Commissioners give notice that they will be in session on the 28th and 29th days of May, for tho purpose of granting ex onerations to collectors of taxes. Yiszv. Jerry Norris, the barber, was on last Monday fined $4 for doing some shaving 1 on Sunday, after having been notified to keep Lis shop closed on the Sabbath day. Religiocs Notice. The Rev. Thomas Van Scoyoc is expected to preach in the Baptist Church in Clearfield Borough, on the first Sab bath in May, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. The public are invited to attend. WniTTE5rs Golden Salve is a most elegant article for chapped lips, and every raftsman ought to procure a box, before he starts down the river. Those who have tried it, say it is the best salve they have ever used. It is for pale at stores in different parts of the county. JJ. A.Frank i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 April 1860

hi Potter county, Pa., has not had a licensed tav crn lor several years. A man In New York has a large American eagle Which he proposes to match to nght a dog. "Hold your tonzno for a fool!" was the polite recommendation of an Irish husband. Mre, then, you're going to speak, yourself," was the apt reply of his wife. The following, which is said to he recorded in an Irish graveyard, is excellent 01 in nu . Ilore lies the body of John Mound, Lost at sea and never found." ''Out "West," in Dixon, Illinois, refer Brandt, aged eighteen years, is Husband to Mary ditto. nl aSwtAAn vAar Jinfl lllA twn ftm lAint nrnnria. tors of twenty-two pounds of boy, aged six months 1 so mat li i ciwr is nut. nn ui me Aposucs, no can at least claim lo oe one ot tne early fathers. Old Tom Bates had a great storv about bis feet "Talk about feet," he used to say, "why, I knew a niggerslown in Arkansaw that had mud-smash ers like young steamboats. That fellers feet was a fortnne to him though at last, for whe...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1860

i . BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1860. VOL. 6.-JVO. 30. LIEUTENANT LTJFF. BY THOMAS HOOD. All of you that are too fond of wln, Or any other stuff, Take warning by the dismal fato Of one Lieutenant Luff. A sober man he might hare been, Except in one regard ; He did not like soft water, And took to drinking hard. 8aid he, ''Let others fancy slops, - And talk in praise of tea, Btrt I am no Bohemian, So do not like BoheA. If wine's a poison, so is tea But in another shape . What matter whether one is killed By CANISTER orOBAPK?" According to this kind of taste, He still indulged his drouth, And being fond of port, he made A pokt hole of his mouth. A pint he easy could hare sipped, And not been out of sorts ; Jn geologic phrase, the rock lie split upon, was quartz. THE PATCHED OLD LADY. Tbe church was fashionably fall. From choir and altar went up loud-voiced praise to God. The organ rolled oat its mighty tones from lungs of brass. There was a fluttering, rustling moti...

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. — 2 May 1860

Raftsman's $mtirai 8. . BOW, E TUTOR AND PROPRIETOn. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 2, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. SIMON CAMERON, Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention FOR GOVERNOR, HON. ANDREW G. CURTIN. WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF HIM I2T 1857. Henry D. Foster is the candidate of the Democ Tnry of Pennsylvania for the responsible position of Governor. He is most extravagantly landed by the press of his party. His nomination, Bay they, was a "spontaneous affair. His popularity, they contend, is unbounded His political career, they wonld have their followers believe, has been of the most unexceptionable character. It is mere pre tence and gammon to talk thus of his nomination and popularity. There were too many office-hold ers and other wire-pullers in and about the Con vention to prevent any movement that did not ac cord with the wishe.1 of the National Administra tion; and the fact that he was beaten over 1,000 votes by "glory-to-God" Covode, as some Locofo co editors call him, at the la...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1860

,, ,.... THE JOTJENAJj. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 2,1860. JTw Stoc&. KraUers advertise In another column of our paper, a splendid stock of Sea- j .onable Goods of every descrlptf on, which they j ofler to customers at fair prices. Bibik SocTT.-The next monthly concert of public worship in aid of the objects of the Clearfield County Bible Society, will be held on Sonday evening, May 6th, in the Baptist Church in this borough. Kirs Orr. Last Friday, a horse, which our young friend, Alfred Graham, was driving in a dearborn wagon, took fright as he was mak ing a turn, and running away, made rather sad work with the wagon, which he wrecked in a gutter, without, however, doing any irjary to the driver or himself. . 4 Dbowssd. On Sunday, the 22nd April, a young man named Adam Rice was drowned in David Foungkin'a mill-dam, on Clearfield vreek. He attempted to cross the stream on a dog raft," but was carried over tho breast of the dam and was drowned. He was about 22 years of age. His hdy was...

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

r,1 Beccaria, - - Glen Hope, mi Bell, i mi Decatur, Ferguson, Fox, - - -Girard, - - .11 5V Goshen, R At what time of day was Adam created ? tie before Ere. , ' ' The coat of a Lone Is the gift of nature, of an ass is often the work of a tailor. Alit- That Take not too much pride in mere manners. The finest dandy is no better at a bow than a pup py is at a bow-wow. There is a man in town so knowing that people who don't know their own minds come to him fcr information on the subject. ces that She that marries a man because he is a "good match," most not be surprised if he turns out af terwards to be a ' lucifer." . As a specimen of the results of polygamy, it is related that a young English woman was recently sold to a man at Salt Lake for a load of pumpkins. Three years ago, a man invested $30,000 in real estate at St. Paul, Minnesota. A short time since, determining to realize what he could on it, he sold it for just $1,800. This shows what speculation has done for the "great west....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 May 1860

ft 1 BY S. B. E0. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY,- MI 0, 1860. YOL. G.--JVO. 37. - t THE CONTBAST. BT P H 1 B E CARET. You look to the future, on above, , . , I only look to the past; - j Ton are dreaming your first dream or love, And I have dreamed my last. You atch for feet that ore yet to tread "With yours on tho shining track ; I hear but the echoes, dull and dread, - Of feet that come not back. Ton are passing up the flowery slope That I left so long ago-; Tour rainbows shine thro' the drops of nope, And mine through the drops of woe. Kight glides in its visions sweet away, And at morn you live tha o'er ; Prom my dreams by night and by day, I have waked to dream no more. You are reaching forth with a spirit glad, To the hopes that are still untried ; , I am burying the hopes I had, That slipped from my arms and died. I pray that the ble?sedest things there be, On thy future may descend ; But. alas, for mine ! it were well for me, If I made a peaceful end ! BLUE EYES BEHIND A VEIL....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 May 1860

atom's Jmirital. I a. -MM J "... 8. . BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 9, 18GO. FOR PRESIDEST, . t GEN. SIMON CAMERON, 6uBjcct to the decision of the Chicago Convention FOB GOVERNOR, HON. ANDRE W G. CURTIN. DEMOCRACY AND SECTIONALISM. When Wm.H. Seward, a few jears ago, declared thai there was an "irrepressible conflict" between Freedom and Slavery, Democratic editors and or ators, all over the country, made a great ado about the "treasonable dogma," and while pronouncing it false, asserted that it was mere Black Republi can ism as contradistinguished from pure Democ racy. They also contended that the Republican was a sectional party that its success depended eolely on the agitation of the slavery question- that, on the other hand, the Democratic party was a JSational organization, opposed to the agitation of that question, and desirous of protecting the South in what they are pleased to call her fights. These assumptions, at lenst those relating to their own party, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 May 1860

TOU THE JOURNAL. TTcLEARFIELD, FA., MAY 0;i860. 7r t., ., ftn Market street. Clearfield, .. WJl. - Ia , has received and opened a large stock 01 beautiful Spring and Summer Goods, whicb he oflers to purchasers on the most advan- tageous terms. - . . ; Tho U.S. Hotel, Phillipsburg, as will be ,een by an advertisement In this paper, has beQn taken by Thomas Robins, formerly of misplace. Tommy is a clever fellow, and will no doubt do everything in his power to render satisfaction to his guests. A Fire almost. The dwelling bonse of Mr. C. Z. McCuIlough in the north part of town, came near being burned last Sunday. A pilo of shavings were ignited, it is suppos ed by some boys playing with matches, but fortunately;the fire was discovered by Mr.s M. in time to prevent the building irom being destroyed. Lahoe Rapi.-We have seen mention made in some of our exchanges of a couple largo rafts that were taken to market this spring. The largest, however, that passed down the jjivcr was one made b...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 May 1860

?5 24 I a, S;l m m '."ft 5: ? lit if Among politicians the proportion of "the elect" is very small. .;.." . . .' " v - There, John, that's twice you've come and for got that Lard." "La, mother, it was so greasy that it slipped my mind.", An afflicted husband was returning from the fu neral of hia wife when a friend asked him how he was. ."Well," said he pathetically, "I think I feel the better of that little walk." : r- - Ifewton'a nephew wasa clergyman. When he had performed the marriage ceremony for a cou ple, he always refused tne iee, saying : ; ''Go your ways, poor devils, 1 have done you mischief enough already." On the 17th ult., a band of a dozen men In Aus tin, Texas, took from the hands of the Sheriff a prisoner on trial for murder, and killed him, firing thirteen bullets into his body from revolvers. The murdered man's name was Taney, and it is proba ble that he was insane. Two of the assassins were arrested at once. ' TERMS OF THE JOURNAL : The Raftswas's Jocbsal is publ...

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. — 16 May 1860

f rwTim imirt t-r - i i i i p- i i. -- ... .. ,1,.,.. , - '. ' '" ' ' ' " ' -r"" 1 , . ... 'i ' " " " ' " 1 ' Mi " . n, -. . ... . n ,my i I- BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, 3IAY 10, 1860 VOL. 6 T0. 38. 3 4 JUDGE KINDLY. ' Judge kindly ! Oh, you cannot tell How oft the troubled heart May seek to hide its grief in smiles, And act a careless part ; Iiow oft beneath the ringing laugh, A moan is smothered there ; And in some hasty, thoughtless word, Is breathe! an earnest prayer ! And oh ! perhaps when heaviest The heart by sorrow pressed, The words and actions often are Most carelessly expressed. Then kindly judge ; it is no proof Because the words are light, That nobler thoughts are buried, or The heart's no longer right. SPEECH WITHOUT WOEDS, OR CIECCMVENTISG A BURGLAR. I'll tell yon a story," said tho mistress of a tillage school in England, to one of her small scholars, " of how I once saved ruy lile entire ly through having learned the deaf and dumb alphabet. Thero were...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 May 1860

1 i 3ft ,4? y. i J '42 ill !4 J - f. 1 d . - , 8. . gQW, KHITOR ASP PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 16, 1860. TOB PRESIDENT, ' GEN. SIMON CAMERON, Subject to the decision of the Chicago Convention FOR GOVERNOR, HON. ANDREW G. CTJRTIN. Constitutional Union Convention. This body met at Baltimore on last Wednesday. There were Delegates present, we believe, from most of the States and Territories. Some of those who teok part in the movement are men of high distraction. Hon. John J.Crittenden, of Ky., call ed the Convention to erdcr. Hon. Washington Hunt, of N. Y., was selected as permanent chair man. A business committee of one from each State, with Jos. R. Ingersoll, of Pa., at its head, was appointed. This committee made a report, setting forth that as all political platforms are am biguous and deceptive, both patriotism and duty require that they should recognizo no policy or principles but those resting on the broad founda tion of the Constitution of the country, the Union of the S...

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. — 16 May 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 16, 1860. " A Camp-Meetiso is advertised to commence on the old ground near New Salem, in Brady township, on the 21st of June. TTe are requested to state that Elder Lan ding is expected to preach in the Baptist church in Clearfield on Thorsday evening, 1 th Inst.", and in Philipsburg on Friday evening, 18th instant. ' - Da swept awat. We learn that a number of dams on Cold stream, beyond Philipshurg, Were swept away by the freshet of last week, and that other damage was done to property fa the vlcTnity. . James Nolex is the name of the man who saved Mrs. Alexander from drowning in the tack-water at Pnsey's mill-dam in Wood. Ward township. He performed a brave act and deserves to be remembered. The "Borough Fathers" aro at work gra ding Market street, with a view of running rfco water from the Diamond down that street yUo tho River, instead of draining it into the ijwatnp" at the east end of town. The Growing Grain in this regoin looks Well at presen...

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. — 16 May 1860

TH&: BAFTS -r , SL I." 'I h i '-I it t r is The man who marries happily, may be Baid to be transported for life. ' , The young gentleman who flew into a passion has had his wings clipped. , We have heard of a man so witty that his wife manufactures all the butter that the family uses from the cream of his jokes. J : Two French ladies, who were in San Francisco when the Japanese arrived there, were anxious to go on board the vessel where the foreigners were. But ladies could not be received. Nevertheless, they put on portions of their husbands' wardrobe and made the visit. They escaped detection while they only talked, for neither party could under stand the other ; when, however, they shook hands with the Admiral, a peculiar smile passed over his features, and he immediately caused an attendant to dive into his cabin and bring out a variety of hair-pins, bracelets, furs, and other things per taining to the female toilet. He said, with an Ori ental wink at his interpreter, that h...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 May 1860

BI S.-B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, O0. YOL. 6.-JTO. 5 1 THEBE'S WOEK EJTOTJGH TO DO. , The blackbird early leaves its rest, To meet the smiling morn, '.. , . ... , ' And gather fragments for its neit . From upland, wood and lawn. r f The busy bee that wings its way Mid scenes of varied hue, : ' And every flower would sccra to say .." f "There's work enough to do." . , The cowslip and the spreading vine, The daisy in the grass, The snow-drop and the eglantine, Preach sermons as we pass. The ant, within its cavern deep, Would bid us labor too; " And writes upon his tiny heap "There's work enough to do." The planets at their Maker's will, Move onward in their cars. For nature's wheel is never still Progressive as the 6tars '. The leaves that flutter in the air ', And Summer's breezes woo, One solemn truth to man declare "There's work enough to do.". " Who, then, can sleep, when all around - Is active, fresh and free ? - Shall roan creation's lord be found ' ' -Less busy ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 May 1860

, the mwimmm jiaiIT " J! -r '.f 3 ..i'f 1 mi i'-iM 34vSj' a 3-iJ ?.7 V;;v. 8. B. ROW, F.PITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 23, 1860. FOR PRBSIDSHT, H05. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, of Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, SON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of Maine. POR OOVERSOR, EON. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Co. -THE NOMINATIONS. 'By a reference to tbe proceedings of the Chicago Convention, which we publish in to day's paper, it will bo seen that lion. Abra ham Lincoln, of Illinois, was nominated for President, ani Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, for Vice President. Mr. Lincoln is well-known to the people of the whole coun try, by reason of his warm contest with Mr. Douglas, in which, thongh failing to secure a majority of Representatives, he had a major ity of the popular vote. He was born in Har din county, Kentucky, February 12th, 1809, and is now 51 years of age. His parents were tf Quaker stock that migrated from Pennsyl vania to Virginia, whence his grandfather re moved in 1811 to Kentucky, and w...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 May 1860

5N .I THE JOTJBNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 23, 18G0. Th time and place ot selling the real es tate of James L. Flegal, dee'd, has . been changed to Tuesday of June Court in the Bor ough of Clearfield, See advertisement. t FiK.-We learn that on lasTsaturday eve ring the dwelling House of Samuel Troy, a tulle north of Luberburg in Brady township, this county, was destroyed by fire, with most ot Its contents. We have not learned the particulars. .-.-- LcTHtRSBCRO Hotel. We direct attention to the advertisement of William Reed, lately of this place, who has taken the above house, located In Luthersbnrg, Clearfleld county. Every effort will no doubt be made by Mr. Reed to render satisfaction to those who lavor him with their, enstom. IxjcbD by a Hoese. On Saturday the 12th lost., Mr. John Croell of Bradford township, was severely injured by a stallion, at Robert Owens' in Lawrence township. The horse, it teems, became rcfactory, and when Mr. Croell undertook to chastise him, the animal tur...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 May 1860

Auditors. Coroner. " - - - - tnest, ... Cush, .... Ostend Brady Burnside, ' Clearfield, Covington, Decatur, Ferguson, Girard, Goshen, Graham, Huston, 44 Jordan, Woodward, Jeffric3, chases. . Defisitios. op CnAErrY. Sydney Smith s was an original one : No sooner does A. fall into difficulties than B. begins to consider vrhat C- ought to do for him. ' '. A New Sect." Well, Jane, this is a queer world," said Joe to his wife " a sect f wo men philosophers has just sprung np. in deed," said Jane, and what do they hoM ? "The strangest thing in nature, said ne, "their tongues." , . . . , . ". ' ' . "Mr. O'Flaherty, you would be a long time In Ireland before a squire would invite you to dinner." "Ah, then, troth I would, yer hon or," responded Mr. O'Flaherty, "and your honor would be a long time in Ireland before they would make you a squire." Getting Ready. Our exchanges all contain brief-editorials headed Prepare for the Cen sus." A woman in Herkimer county, New York, has done eo. She pre...

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