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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1860

T '7 " y .-"N.: r r-s . " " ' ' ' - ' - - -- t . : ; . BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., AVEDIESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 2, 1860. VOL. 7.-T0. 3. POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY. ADDRESS OF HON. CHAS. FRANCIS ADAMS, OF MASSACHUSETTS. We publish in full tbespeechof Hon. Chas.Fran cU Adams, delivered before an immense meeting of the friends of Freedom and Protection at Phil adelphia on the 23th Aug.. and ask for it a careful perusal by every voter, into whose hands it may come. .Air. Adams is the son of Johs Qlincy Ad ams, and in point of literary ability ranks fore most among the "shining lights" of our "literary republic." Mr. Adams, on being introduced, was received with prolonged cheering, after which he gpoke as follows : I presume that I address the citizens of a place claiming to be the most conservative city in America. By the word "conservative" I mean adverse to"cbange,and most particular ly unwilling to favor any movement which seems likely to unsettle the established ideas and the customa...

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. — 12 September 1860

MPS JMffitQAL Raftsman's $wnrat- S. B. ROW, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR. I CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 12, 1860. TOR PRESIDENT, HON. ABBAHAM LINCOLN, . . ' OF ILLINOIS. , FOR TICK PRESIDENT, V . HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OF MAIKE. ! ' ' ' ' ' FOR GOVERNOR, HON. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Co. FOR CONGRESS, . . OENi JOHN PATTON, of Clearfield County. FOR ASSEMBLY, , ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jefferson County. . SAMUEL hi. LAWRENCE, of Elk County. FOR COMMISSIONER, ' ' ALEX. MURRAY, of Girard Township. J ' FOR AUDITOR, ;' ELLIS IRWIN, of Goshen Township. , WHERE HE STANDS. f, If we were to ask any intelligent Democrat where to look for the "leading principles" of "bis party, would ho not at once direct us to the Platform adopted by bis" party in National Convention ? And when we assert that "all the leading principles of the Republican party ' are In accordance with Gen. Patton's settled convictions and feelings," would not every rea sonable and fair-dealing man just as naturally - seek for those 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. — 12 September 1860

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 12, 1860. . CLUB MEETING. The Lwoolw ajtd Crrati Club of Clearfield Bor- uh will meet in the Town uau on " cf A rnrn.I attendance IS re scuing, " ' . . 1i.MIlt " We learn that the Curwensville "Wide-Awake." rsv oraer ui luv will be present in full uniform. Arm "Brokejt.- On Saturday last, a Brih of Mr. Jackson Kobinson pt Curwensville, In at tempting to ride a mule, was thrown and had -one 1 hi arms broken. - - "Kelioiocs Notice. ReT. S. Miles is e--pected to preach In the Baptist meeting-house in'Clearfield Borough, on Sunday the 16th day ol September inst., at four o'clock, P. M. THE Fair. We are requested to State that the privilege of erecting refreshment stands on the fair grounds of the Clearfield Agricul tural Society, will be sold out on Tuesday of Court wek. - Dr. A. 31. Ihixs, Ddntist, requests us to say 'that he will now remain permanently at home until further notice is given, and will bo pleas ed to serre all his friends who may desir...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1860

r .:! s il a . I 'Concluded from first page." . .; anything of the practical operation of oar sys tem." The President of the United States, as the head of a great party; is a very powerful officer. Bat if without opinions and .without rnen to support a policy, he is no heavier than a feather blown about , by every wind. The attempt then to present him to the country as a candidate without distinctive principles on the issues of the day, is either made: without good faith, and solely to distract the ranks of the reformers or, if honestly made, It is purely a sentimental movement, without a par ticalof practical value in the disposal ot - a single living question.. In either case, a vote given lor Mr. Bell would connt no more to wards any valuable result In our present emer gency than if it were' thrown away upon any one of us here present. ' -- ' - T "With respect to the third ' candidate,' Mr. Douglas, the eame" remark cannot be applied to him. He is distinguished for one idea, whic...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1860

BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, I860.' VOL. 7.-NO. 4. " " TO-MOBBOW." Did we but know what lies beyond This varied, ehadowy vale we tread ; Hew often would our souls despond. Our eyes the tears of sorrow shed ! . But God, who knows what's best to do, Who sees ns from his starry throne, lias wisoly bidden from our view That which bad best remain unknown. We walk to day in consoious pride. And hang the flag of hope on high ; But ah, to-morrow, by our side, . . Somo friend may lay him down and die ; Some early flower that won our praise, Some altar where we laid our trust, Stich flower, e'er dies the evening rays, May trampled be, and laid in dust. Youth dreams of many glorious things, A a on he hies in pleasure's track ; Each day some new-born promise brings, He turns no eye of sorrow back : The flowery fields are all before, His eyes on some bright star are set ; . Life is to him a sunny shore, He'll learn it has its shadows yet. To-morrow ! In its secret shad...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1860

f -, ti, . -in m. ik. 9-4 KV!ti 7I Si . " " " ' ' - , , i . ... - " " " " " ) 7 ? .. ;! ,! Raftsman's : 8. B. ROW, EDITOR A3D PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD. PA., SEPT. 19, I860. . , " FOR PRESIDENT, .." , " " ' HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, - OP ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . . HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. ' FOR GOVERNOR, - BOX. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre Co. . FOR CONGRESS, ' ttEN. JOHN PATTON, of Clearfield County. ! rOR ASSEMBLY, '- . ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jefforson County. , 6AMUEL il. LAWRENCE, of Elk County. ' FOR COMMISSIONER, I . ALEX. MURRAY, of Girard Township. ; :" ; ; FOR ACDITOR,' ELLIS IRWIN, of Goshen Township. . NOTHING BUT "A CLERK " . " - Our readers are all doubtless aware that Mr. Wigfall, a Democratic United States Senator from Texas, declared last winter that "Poverty is a Crime," and that Senator Hammond, of South Carolina, another leading Democrat, re gards the laboring men of the Hortb as "hire lings" and the "very mud-sills of society.' Such ideas wo might expect to hear from me...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1860

THE JOURNAL. : CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 19, I860. : A MASS MEETING '. .. Of THE FBtESDS 0 LI N C OLN ; & HA ML I :- ' CURTIN.PATTON, THE ASSEMBLY AND COUNTY TICKET, Y Will beheld la CIcarficM Borough, ; ... , " 05 WEDNESDAY EVE1TC1NJ, SEPT. 26th. ; All are invited to attend. CaVatET Holes has arrived in town with his picture car, and is prepared to take likenesses at any time when called upon. Read his ad vertisement. ' - " -'- 5 - -" ; The County Treasurer informs us, that an excellent opportunity will be offered to tho merchants of this County to obtain their t "n during the September Com t. Call and See. j '. " . To Jcaoas. Sheriff Miller requests us to state that the Jurors summoned lor the Second week of the approaching Court, need not at tend, as all tho causes for that week have . been continued. Da. A. M. Hills, Dentist, requests us to say that he will now remain permanently at home . until further notice is given, and will be pleas ed to serve all his friends who may desi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1860

TEZ VDXMOCBATIG" RECORD 09 TEE " TARIFF QUESTION. , , Official Records do not lie. - Here it stands on the Tariff Question In Congress, at the late session. In the Honse of Representative the ote'bn the ' Morrill Protection Bill stood Teas 105, Nays 64, clasied as follows t ' ' .k ; J :-' For Morrill's Tariff Bill, J Republicans, . ., , v ?1 -!.f Democrats, , " '' .' '.' V ' - South Americans, ' Anti-Lecomptonites,- 91, -2: "6 6 ' : ' Total, . . . Aoawst Morrill's Bill, DEMOCRATS, Republicans ; South Americana, ; : Anti-Lecomptonites, ;-t- 105 50 3 .1 : 1 64 i ,-. : - Total, In the Senate, the rote on the sanfe bill was as follows : ' ; In favor of a Protective Tariff, ." Republicans 21 Democrats,-- ' " ' " '' ' '' 2 ! Aoaixrr a Protective Tariff, ' A . . DEMOCRATS, 25 . t Republicans, . om. .' Preserve this record for use. We challenge Us denial by any supporter oMhe Democracy. JTwo of these Republicans were from wool growing districts in Ohio they opposed the duty on wool, which t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1860

BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1860. TOL. 7. -NO. 5. AS DEAR TO-DAY A8 EVES. They say that all on earth mast change, As in the days of yore, That friends beloved grow cold and itra&ge, And fond hearts meet no more. If thus it is. one mora fond kiu, Before that hoar may be, Por dear to-day as erer Is thy kind embrace to me. Tie seoea of many days may fade, Their forms may paw away, Dot khoald the tows of friendship made J3y thee sink to decay T I ask, when lonely hours present The past, once dear to thee, Thou would'st bat give thy spirit Teat To rest one thought on me. While Hng'rin thro this weary life, If thou should'st Persl undone. Remember, ta the worHly strife, To lore thee there Is one, And if afar from friends to roam Should be thy sad deorev. Think on the one whom tho didst love, And then remember me. AS INCIDENT OP B0E5ER LIFE. Tho old settlers of Kentucky are familiar with the name of one Christopher Killer. lie was one of the bold and dauntle...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1860

Jr. .winy.- ... : - 31 fir ir r r v. ii 1 i; 1 It i - . la -IS i: Raftsman's ouraa!v S. B. BOW, EMTOR AND PROPRIETOR. CX-EARFIELD, PA., SEPT. SB, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, . , , , . . OP ILLINOIS. i POB TICK PRESIDENT, . .- HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OP MAISE. POR OOTERKOR, HON. ANDREW G. CUBTIN, of Centre Co. POR C05QRESS, GEN. JOHN PATTON, of Clearfield County. POR A8SIMBLT, ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jefferson County. : 8AMCEL M.LAWRENCE, of Elk County. POR COMMISSIONER, ALEX. MURRAY, of Girard Township. ' POR AUDITOR, - ; ELLIS IRWIN, of Goshen Township. - OUB PROSPECTS. From all parts of oar Congressional District we are receiving the most encouraging news. ' Wherever Gen. Patton has an opportunity of , appearing before the people and making their s. acquaintance, he gains hosts of friends. War- ren county, we are reliably informed, will give him not less than from 800 to 1,000 majority, XcKean connty 300, Jefferson not less than 800, and Venango, the home of Mr. Kerr, fro...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1860

tm TILE; JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 26, 1860. Peter Gearhard advertises his farm for sale, ittMto In Boggs tp. See advertisement. We direct attention to Andrew Moore's ad Tortisement, who desires to sell several pieces of land lying In Pcno township. Tomatoes. We are Indebted to Mr. II. F . Naugle, of this borough, for a bucket of toma toes. We tender him our thanks. The rules and regtfiations foe the Agricultu ral Fair, will be found on the first page of this paper. Every ono who receives a copy , should ipreservo it - ' By reference to our advertising coruraRS U will be seen that Dr. 111 Its will be in Curwens ville on Oct. 1st, to remain 4 days, a pr 'fessionsl business. Please call in time. tWm.F. Irwin has just received and opened afro supply of "al? -au Wnrtor good?, at his store on Market street, Which he will dis pose of at reasonable pri-cet. See advertise- meat i a-wother column. The caTd of lungerich & Smith, whoSesale Grocers, of Phi-ladelpbia, appears i n the -...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1860

YWM, H. D. Fotter was in Greensborg a few days since, when his friends assembled in torch t 1 light procession, to welcome him borne. But w" h vat no tit. He ran away, fearful to "tana - In the blazing light of their torches, ft" ao - shrinks from the effulgent blaze and Pw J the truth. He avoids Interrogation, and inen - Invites the people to admire him for bis inde pendence. He conceals himself from lao ex- ' aminatlon and scrutiny of honest men and . then asks honest voters to elevate him to a po . sition of honor and trust. These are the plans Toster and hie friends have arranged for tho successful prosecution of the campaign and these, when compounded and sugared, are 1 what the fusion press call "Democracy I" ' Dowirvh Compliment. An action was brought in Bristol County Court a few weeks go to recover the value of two casks of her rings, supplied in 1864, and on the Judge ask ing the reason of the unusual delay, the plain tiff said he had lost sight of the defendant for some t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1860

W :::,jul . . .. . . -. r7m- . i - : MS. Br BOW. CLEAETIELD, PA., AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, I860. VOL. 7 NO. 6. , KEEP IT BEFOBE THE PEOPLE. That Henry D. Foster opposed the sale of the main line of the public improvements, be cause such a sale and transfer threatened to impair the influence o"f the political organiza tion to which he was attached, and drive from power a corrupt clique of office-holders of which he was a member. . That lie voted against' every movement in the progress of the bill lor such a sale, in di rect violation of the express will and instruc tions of his constituents. That Henry D. Foster reported for the in crease of legislative pay, whereby the expen ses of Pennsylvania were increased some thirty thousand dollars per annum. That he forced his party's power to exclude the rightful possessor of a seat in the legisla ture, and instato instead a partisan, for the purpose of forcing special legistation, and acts of individual privilege. That Henry D. Foster represe...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1860

the mkwt fences coming over She was excited a good deal. Win. Luther, re-called. I ana certain that Ilobt. Alexacder was present at the time John niade the threats against his wife Not posi tive that Lanson Root was present said so before Can't say that they heard what was .aid. Testimony closed. On Saturday morning, His Honor, Jd Linn, delivered his charge, and at about 10 o'clock the Jury retired. At 7 o'clock in the evening the Jury rendered. verdict of "GtuJ y, in manner and form at he stands indicted, of murder in the first decree !" A motion was im mediately made by the prisoner's counsel tor new trial, the arguing and decision of which was held over till the adjourned Court in No vember. IK QUARTER SESSIONS. Com. vs. Wm. Mackey. Larceny of a hat. James M. Wharton, pros. Verdict, guilty. Sentenced to pay fine of $1, costs of prosecu tion, and undergo imprisonment in the county jail for two months. Com. vs. David, T. Sharp. Assault and bat tery upon Miles S. Spencer. Plead guil...

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

:THS-iltAFT THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCTOBER 3, 18C0. - Great on Free Speech our Democratic friends; but they will mnizle their speakers. Esthcsiastio the 'Democrats,' on Tuesday evening. Tho demonstration on Wednesday, however, knocked the crow out of their roos ter, a little. . . - qVker, ain't it? catching "suckers and alligators" by moonlight, in Clearfield. Won der if they don't uso "Dark Lanterns" in Ve faango, for that purpose. We are indebted to Mrs. Win. Bard of Cur wensvilltf lor a basket of very large and most excellent apples. ' We tender Mrs. B. our thanks for her acceptable present. Mrs. Nathaniel Rishel, of Lawrence town ship, made us a present a few days since of a plate of honey, and Nat. a bucket of tomatoes, for all of w hich they will please accept our thanks. - .... . Lost a red tassel, the spear of a flag, and a red pepper, by some one whilst stealing peaches at James Irwin's last Tuesday night, after the Democratic meeting in Clearfield. Tbe articles are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1860

tt THE HAFT- Ml 1 if? i .TP 'l 1 (.3 "J, i: r . :1 it I TERMS OF TIIE JOURNAL. 5 I The Raftsman's Joph.ial i published on Wed t i 50 Der annum in advance. II noi paid lit th! begging of the year, 2,00 will be "iDmnswiH" will be inserted at $1,00 per - saaareof 12 lines for three or less insertions. For very additional insertion 25 cents will be charg ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver- i U No subscription taken for a shorter time than six months, and no paper will be discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publisher. bB.KOW. COUNTY DIRECTORY Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonte. Aa'te Judges Hon. Wm.-L. Moore, Clearfield. IIon.Benj'n. Bonsall, Luthersbarg. Sheriff. . . Fred'k G. Miller, . Clearfield Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, . . Reg. Bee. . James Wrigley, . . District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . Treasurer. . . Geo. B. Ooodlander, Co. Surveyor, II. B. Wright, . . Olen Hope. CominissVrs, George Earhard, . . NewMillport. .- : William ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 October 1860

TV BY S. B E0 CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1860. vol. r.-m. 7; A WOBD TO THE WISE. Lnve hailed a Httls maid, -. Koinping through the meadow; Jleedlens in the sua she played, - : Scornful of the shadow. , , j . '-Come with me," whispered be; , .. ' Listen, sweet, to love and reason . . "By and by .' she mocked reply, Love's not in season.' -; , Years went, years came " Light mixed with shadow J " - , Love met the maid again, , - Dreaming through the meadow. 'ot so coy," urged the boy, ''List in time to love and reason ;" .'By and by," she inud reply, "Love's etill in seasin." ., Years went, years came : Light changed to shadow; Love saw the maid again, Waiting in the meadow. "Pass no more my dream is o"er 1 can listen now to reason ;" Keep the coy," mocked the boy, 'Love's out of season!" . - I ' CUPID AND CRISPIN. , A TAtE, 8HOWISO THE UTILITY OP LEATHER IS ' v AN AFFAIR OF LOVE. ' In the small sitting room of a small tavern, in one of the smallest villages of the very sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 October 1860

Hka mkwr Til luurmtL S. B. BOW, EDITOR ASP 1R0PRIET0B: '" " CLEARFIELD, 'PA., OCT. 10, I960. Presidential Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 6th. .- r' FOR PBWPNT,. v.-.,.;J HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, f i-r. Vj OF ILLINOIS. ; 1 I.-: ' . FOR VICB PRB8IDEKT, . ' ; ; 1 HON, HANNIBAL HAMLIN. ' -: - '- ' of maixc. ' " ; ., : , - r : ' ' . The. people do not vote directly for tho candi dates for President and Vice President, but for E lectors. , The following is the Lincoln and Hamlin ELECTORAL TICKET. u ELECTORS AT LARGE. ." . James Pollock. Thomas M. nowe. DISTRICT ELECTORS 1 Edward C. Knight, : 2 Robert P. King, ' ; 3 Henry Bumra. " 4 Robert M. Foust, 6 Nathan Ililles, ,., C John M. Broomall, 7 James W. Fuller, . " 8 Levi B. Smith, . : 9 Francis W.Christ, ! 10 David Momma, Jr. 11 David Taggart. 13 Francis B. Pcnniman, 1 v lysses juercur, 15 George Bressler, 16 A;B. Sharpe, ., - 17 Daniel O. Gehr, 18 Samuel Calvin,. . 19 Edgar Cowan, , . 20 William McKennan, ' 21 John M. Kirkpatrick, 22 James Kerr, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 October 1860

i a 9 1 ij 13 rl ri 3 THE JOURNAL-. CLEARFIELD, PA1, 'OCTOBER 10, lgCOl Wm. Risnsi, of Brady township, sent us one day last week some apples of a very superior quality." He will please accept onr thanks. v a . rni h Inst received at the Corner Store, in Cmwensville, a large and splendid stock of Seasonable Goods, which he offers to ;nctnmiM( the lowest rates. See advertise ments. -: ; - ' P. ICratzer & Soss are opening their Fall -'stock of Goods at their store in Clearfield, and will dispose of them on advantageous terms. We direct attention to their adver tisement. . v- ... - . u The Weather has heea rather variable in this region during the past week or two. There iave been some heavy frosts, cold nights gen erally, and several copious showers of rain. The cold winds and changing hues of the for est leaves admonish ns that the autumn is rap Idly passing away. - .!'!: ' AcciDEST.-On Tuesday the 20th. insL, whilst a young man named Kline, and another, nam ed Wm..Dalo, were hewi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 October 1860

THE i 31 i f ; TERMS Of THE JOURNAL.; The Raftsman's Jourxai, is published on Wed nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not lid at the beginning of the year, $2,00 will be ChjLEiinT will be inserted at $1,00 per sonare of 12 lines for three or less insertions. ' or cverv additional insertion 2b cents will be charg ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver- 41 K subscription taken for n shorter time than six months, and no paper will be discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the publisher. - bJJ.KOAV.. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linnr Bellefonte. A'td Jndzes Hon. Wm. L. Moore, Clearfield. JX'l" Hon.Bcnj'n. Bonsall, Luthersbsrg- Sheriff. . . Frcd k G. Miller, . . Clearfield Trothonotary, John L. Cuttle, . ; Keg- 4 Beo. . James Wrigley, . . " District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, " Treasurer. . - Geo. B. Goodlander, " Co. Surveyor, H. B. Wright, . . Glen Hope. Commisrn'rs, George Earhard, . . NewMillport. William McCracken, Lumber City. ...

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