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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 October 1860

i 1 ; f ! i - U7 BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1860. VOL. 7.AT0. 8. nitsmmxs $0ntiwL s. n. now. KitiTon and rr.orniKTon. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 17, 18GO. Presidential Election Day Tuc sday, Nov. 6th. FOK TUKSIDKST, HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. fOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON, HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OF MAIN. The people do not vote directly for the candi dates for President and Vico President, but for E lcctors. The following is the Lincoln and Hamlin ELECTORAL TICKET. HLECTOKS AT LAItGK. James Pollock. TnovAs M. Howe. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1 Edward C. Knight, I 13 Francis B. Penniman, 2 Robert P. King, li Ulysses Mercur. 3 Henry iiumui. 4 Itobert M. Foust, 5 Nathan Hillcs, ft John M. Ifrooinall. T Jnnics V. Fuller, 8 Levi D. Smith. 9 Francii W. Christ, 10 David Mumma, Jr. 11 1 av id Tajjart. 15 Georgn Brcssler, 16 A. U. Sharpe, 17 Daniel O. Gehr, IS Samuel Calvin, 19 Edgar Go wan, 2(1 William McKercnan. 21 John M. Kirkpatrick, 22 James Kerr, 23 Kichard T. lUWtg, 24 Henry ...

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. — 17 October 1860

: s- n 1 $ 1M 58 1 -. ft I I 'J 1 I I 1i 1 i it H 1 t Clearfield County Election Eetiirhs---Official. OCTOBER 0, 1880. "; . Governor. Congress. KA3I S OF o s o o C o . a o . o 3 D1STKICTS. Beccaria, Bell, Bloom, Jioggs, . Bradford, Brady, BumsiJc, Cbest, Clearfield, Covington, Curwcnsville, Decatur, Ferguson, Fox, Girard, ' '' .' (Joshen, Graham, (Jnelich, HustOD, Jordan, Karthaus, I Knox, Lawrence, Lamuer-city, Morris, JT.Vashingtoi Penn, Pike, Union, Woodward, 134 55 138 51 135 135 52 53 130 52 131 50 60 82 57 74 50 60 82 82 50 82 50 82 23 " 29 T35- 19 23 24 20 25 22 25 24 . 27 3S.V, CG 40. CI 34 34 67 67 35 CG 3G 64 62 114 CG 111 61 61 11G 110 69 107 60 117 72 227 91 210 74 73 221 221 70 229 74 224 147 67 151 " 51 147 " 147 " 57 1 57 "147 57 " 140 " " 57 100 53 124 33 104 .104 53 53 , 105 51, 100 , -,50, 72' 94 C8 97 75 73 93 .92 ; 72 94 73 J 92 ; 42 CI 47 : 59 43 43 62 62 50 54 4'2 63 53 40 ' 81 12 50 52 37 39 - 53 c 40 4 52 - 41 88 67 89 50 80 80 58 58 87 .55 78 63 47 64 60 : 5...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1860

.-4.-.- ? - t lit: i I i- i i v i 1 - BT S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1860. VOL. 7.-NO. 9. UNDER THE MOON. Under the moon, as the twilight breese Hippies the water in pulses of light, "Ve stand on the bridge by the sycamore trees, And lift to the voices that come thro' the night. I'nder the elm row, misty and dank, Love's sweet laughter rings from tho bank sprinkled with many a dim red lamp. Stretched away through the distance damp Hark ! 'mid the foliage blossomed with June, TiDkles a serenade under the moon. Under the moon, in the village street, Uossipping groups in the shadow meet ; Seated At dusky doorways there, Ked-lipped maidens taste of the air; Whispering now of their lovers' eyes, HUie as the beautiful summer skies ; Whispering then of their flatteries sweet As Autumn's fruitage dropped i' tho heat, I'ntil they cadence a trembling tune, Soft as their pulses under the moon. Under the moon, by the cool sea-shore, The wind walks over its spacious floor,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1860

c 1 ;1 1 Eansm or r an s 4 S. B. ROW. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 24, 1800. . - Prwidential Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 6th. FOR PRESIDES!, ;nON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, ... , . :. . OF ILLINOIS. ,r TOR VICB rRESIDE.NT, ' HON, HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OF MAINE. - The people do not vote directly for the candi dates for President and Vice President, but forE lectors. The following is the Lincoln and Hamlin ELECTORAL TICKET. " ELECTORS AT LARGE. . ' - James Pollock. Thomas M. Howe. district 1 Edward C. Knight, 2 Robert P. King, . 3 Henry Bumm.1" 4 Robert M. Foust, 5 Nathan Hilles, 6 John M. Eroomall, 7 James W. Fuller, 8 David E. Stout, '9 Francis W. Christ, ELECTORS. 13 Francis B. Penniman, 14 Ulysses Mercur. 15 George Bressler, 16 A. B.harpe, 17 Daniel O. Gehr, 13 Samuel Calvin, 19 Edgar Cowan, 20 William McKennan, 21 John M. Kirkpatrick, 10 David Murama, Jr. 11 David Taggart- 12 Thomas R. Hull, - 25 Joh 23 James Kerr, 23 Richard P. Roberts, 21 Henry Souther, n Greer 24th CONGRESSIO...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1860

'i ' THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCTOBER 24, 18G0. 3wa 130 IIartshorh, of Ansonville, ad Tertise a new stock of Fall and Winter Goods at reduced prices. ' II. L. IlKjfDEEsos & Co., have received a stock of seasonable Goods at their store in Bethlehem. See advertisement. . BcasEDOwens' School, house in Law renco township, about 2 miles east of this place, was destrojed by fire last night. We have not learned how the fire originated. Improved Harrow. Wo call attention to the advertisement of Merrell & Bigler in an other column.offering to sell the right to make and nso Russell's Improved Harrow, in this county. This Harrow has already tbo rep utation of being, the best agricultural im plement of the kind now in use, and is exactly adapted to tho rough and billy surface of Clearfield county. No farmer should be with out it. It has taken the Premium at the Penn sylvania and Ohio State Fairs, and also at the recent Fair in this County. It will be obser ved that they manufacture...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1860

An oil well at the mouth of Oil creek, Pa., has yielded 96,390 gallons of oil in 85 days, firing the owners a net profit of $24,724, or nearly $300 per day. An old lady, whose son was about to pro ceed to the Black Sea, among ber parting ad monitions, gave him strict injunctions not to bathe in that sea, for she did not want him to come home a "nigger." - "So here I am, between two tailors," said a talkative fellow at a public table where two young tailors were seated, who had just com menced business for themselves. "True," was the reply, "we arc beginners, and cau on ly afford to keep one goose between us." TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. The Raftsman's Journal if published on "Wed nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, $2,00 will be charged. Advertisements will be inserted at $1,00 per square of 12 lines for three or less insertions. For every additional insertion 25 cents will be charg ed. A deduction will be mode to yearly adver tisers. No subscri...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1860

4 BY S. B. ROAV. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1860. YOL. 7.-JVO. 10. f i SENSIBLE WISHES. I'd kind o' like to haTe a cot, Fixed on some sunny slope or spot, . Five acres more or less, ... With maples, cedars, cherry trees, And poplars whitening in the breeic, Twould suit my tasto I guess, To have the porch with vine o'erhang, With bells of pendant woodbine swung, In every bell a bee, And round my lattice-window spread A clump of roses, white and red, - To solace mine and me. I kind o' think I should desire To hear around the lawns a choir O' wood Hirds singing sweet; And in a dell I'd have a brook, Where I could sit and read my book. Such should be my retreat, Far from the city's crowds and noise ; There would I fear the girls and boys, (I have some two or three.) And if kind Heaven should bless my store With five or six or seven more, . How happy I should be. , SCARING OFF A RIVAL. BT HELEN F. GRAVES. The bright November sunshine flowed like a golden Niagara into the pre...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1860

----" . ;. .jm mJFvmm9 mmmm -y ffiafoman's journal 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 31, 1860. Presidential Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 6th. ' :' YOU PRESIDENT, ' HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. HANNIBAL HAMLIN. OF MAINE. LINCOLN AND HAMLIN ELECTORS. ELECTORS AT LARGE. James Pollock. Thomas M. Howe. DISTRICT ELECTORS. 1 Edward C. Knight, 13 Franoia B. Penniman. Robert r.KuK, 14 Ulysacs Mercur, 15 George Breasler, 1G A. B. Sharpe, 17 Daniel O. Gehr, 18 Samuel Calvin, 19 Edgar Cowan, 20 William McKennan; 21 John M. Kirkpatrick, 22 James Kerr. 3 Henry Bumm. 4 Robert M. Foust, 5 Nathan Ilillcs, ft John M. Broomall, 7 James W. Fuller, 8 David E. Stout, . 8 Francis W.Christ, i 10 David Mumma, Jr. 1 1 David Tagirart. 23. Richard P. Roberts, 12 Thomas R. Hull, zi iienry soutner, 25 John Greer . " . WHAT REMAINS TO BE DONE. Next Tuesday the Presidential election will come off. We trust that the Republicans will not relax their cffoits until th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1860

fill Mr? THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCTOBER 31, I860. New Military Cojipan t A new company to bo called the Washington Cadets, is being started in this place. All the preliminary ar rangements have been made, and the following officers elected : Captain, John O. Lofaine ; i. r iin r. t? TifBrrll. 2d Lieut. John W. Biffler : 1st Senreant, G. W.Kheem ; 2d Cbas. Larrimer! 3d, B.Stumpb; 4th, A. C. Flani gan ; Ensign, Joseph Shirk ; Quarter Master, David McGanghey. The Captain is now East fh m.ifriala for uniforms, and in a VII J " - - Short time we may expect the company to be ready for drill. The company now numbers about 60 members. ; I l I . A STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES Vfthe Clearfield Co. Agricultural Society, 18G0. James Wbigley, Esq., Treasurer, in account with said Society, up to Oct. 26th, 1860. DEBTOR. . "To cash received from citizens oi Clear field Borough and vicinity, 650 70 amount received at the gates du ring the Fair, 099 65 amount rec'd from Life members, 108 00 ain'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1860

t ' 4 w I'M . Hi nil 1 n : SEW-LIGHT DEMOCRACY. ? "The Democracy is the same everywhere ; North, Sontb, East, and West. It seeks the ascendancy of the same principles, and the success of the same measures, in all sections. Washington Union. - "The Democrats of the Sontb In the present canvass cannot rely on the old ground of de Jenceand excuse for Slavery, for they seek not merely to maintain it where it is, but to extend it into regions where it is unknown." Richmond Inquirer. ."'.''.' r4 . "' "The 'Democracy is national. It is the same In Maine and Massachusetts that it is in Virginia and S. Carolina." Albany Argus. "Nor will it avail us aught to show that the negro is most happy and best situated in the condition of Slavery. It we stop there, we weaken our cause by the very argument inten ded to advance it ; for we propose to take into Territories human beings unfit for liberty, self government, and equal association with other men. We must go a step further. We must show that Af...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 November 1860

V BY S. 3. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1860 VOL. 7.-JVO. Jl. FOOTSTEPS OF AS GELS. : . BT LOSOTSLLOW. : When the hours of day are numbered, . And the voices of the night Wake the better soul that Numbered, To a holy, calm deligh t ; Ere the evening lamps are lighted, And, like phantoms grim and tall, Shadows from the fitful firelight, Dance upon the parlor wall ; Then the forms of the doparted Enter at the open door, The beloved, the true-hearted, Come to visit me once more. lie. the young and strong, who cherished Noble longing for the strife, By the road-side fell and perished, Weary with the march of life. a They, the holy ones and weakly, Who the cross of suffering bore, - ; Folded their pale hands so meekly, Spoke with us on earth no more. And with them the being beauteous, Who onto my youth was given, More than all things else to love me. And is now a saint in heaven ; With a slow and noiseless footstep, Comes the messenger divine, T ukes the vacant chair besid...

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. — 7 November 1860

a. "? -.1 41 11 ti "4 B. t 6 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 7, 1860. f :. THE WOLFS CRY. . Daring the last week or two, the old bug bear cry of dissolution has been freely indulg ed in by Democratic editors and politicians. '-Tho last Clearfield Republican was filled with 'this sort of stuff. The editor declared that the Democrats of this county might "never have another opportunity to cast a vote for a 'President of the United States." A corres s pondent, M., whom we suspect to be a certain Daniel, decribes In, vivid colors, the "alarm and fears" that are agitating Southern people, yet acknoweledges that "one of the largest and most imposing Lincoln & Hamlin banners he ever seen anywhere, is stretched across one of the principal streets" of Wheeling, and that "a respectable vbte for the Republi can candidates will be polled in that city and one or two of the adjoining counties !", Then comes a very learned address, signed by the "Chairman of the Democra...

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. — 7 November 1860

Y: . I 1- THE JOtJRNAL: CLEARFIELD, PA., NOT. 7, 130. KoBBKBt-Sbfee days since, the clothing establishment of Peter A. Gaulin, of French ville, was robbed of about $75 of stock. Wo have not learned the particulars. Large Cabbage. Oyr thanks are due Mrs. Mary Jane Reed, of Lawrehtee township, lor ome Urge Cabbages one of the heads weigh ing and the other 19 pounds. New SrbcK.-rGrahaoa, Doynton & Co. are receiving and opening at their store in this place, a large and varied stock of Staple and Fancy Goods, which they are offering to cus tomers on' advantageous terms. See adver tisement. - 'Teabiwq It Down. The foundation under ihe tower of the new court house has been sinking so much that the contractor deems it Insecure and has concluded to tear down that portion of the structure. The main part of the Imilding appears to be firm and substantial. Fire. On Sunday the 28th Oct., the new tavern house at Alexander's fording, in Bec caria township, this county, occupied by Lan son Root...

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. — 7 November 1860

Ohio, according to the new census, hat now a population of 2,343,982, which is an increase of .363,714, since I860. v , ... i . YiiTLiKnt-A fellow was arrested for stealing ducks, and afteradesciiption of them, "the counsel for the prisoner said, "Why they can't be such a rare breed, for I've some like them in my own yard.' "Very likely," said the complainant, "I'Te lost a good many docks lately." " Th Patmxosy or St. Prri. Of the pror Inees which remain to the Pope, Rome and Ca marca hare 326,504 inhabitants ; CiYita Vec 'chia, 20,701 ; Velletria 62.012, and Frosinone 163,569 a total of 660,867 inhabitants. The Piedmontese bare deprived him oi the Mar ches, Umbria, and the province of Viterbo. The population of the Marches is 924,055, of Umbria 472,689, and of Viterbo 129,372. .Thus, 1,255,019 inhabitants have been with drawn from the temporal sway of the Pope. " A Southern Pastime. A desperate fight re cently occurred in Gates, N. C, between two men named Davis and Jackson, about ...

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. — 14 November 1860

:1 BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1860. VOL. 7.JT0. 12. f A MY OLD MOUNTAIH HOME. . Though gently breaks the crested wave Along old ocean's strand, Though stately rivers deep and wide, With gold-dust in their sand ; Though brightly gleams the summer inn On city spire and dome. Yet, lovelier, far. to me, than these, Is my old mount lin home. The sunny south with orange groves, Its sweet perfume exhales ; The verdant plains of the great west O'er-blown by scented gales, .Ad boundless forests, long and wide, Where wild beasts love to roam, Are glorious; but I prize them less Than my old mountain home. These many rough and rugged hills Incessant toil demand ; The scanty harvest which they yield Scarce fills the reaper's baud ; Tet. where my footsteps ever tread, Wherever 1 may roam, My thoughts in love and pride will turn To my old mountain home. THE MYSTERIOUS LODGER. In September, 18-52, I occupied a room in a two story Iramo building on Stockton street, San Fra...

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. — 14 November 1860

THE- WTSDMl 4tlL S. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROrRIETOIl. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 14, 1860. THE GREAT RESULT. The Presidential contest is over. . Right and - Troth have prevailed; Error and Falsehood have been overthrown ; Disnnionism and Trea- son have been rebuked ; and Abraham Lincoln I has been elected President of the United States t bv the votes of the people. This is the result " beyond the possibility of a doubt, it being re duced to a certainty that Mr. Lincoln has car ried at least Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, - Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, "New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, 3.111 , nois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minheso- . ta which have 169 electoral votes, 17 moro : than are necessary to a choice. The Southern ".States will be divided between Breckinridge land Bell, with the exception of Missouri, which , has probably gone for Douglas. Dad either of ; the last named candidates been elected, the Republicans would have quietly submitted. Having been defeat...

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. — 14 November 1860

j .5 L 'THE 'JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 14, 18C0. The adjourned Court is in session this week. We will give an account of the proceedings in our nest issue. ' ' ' ; Thk ScSQf eiiaxsa. River, during the past week, was in a good rafting stage, and sever al rafts passed this place on their way to mar ket. ' - - Fatai. Accident. Edward Pyle, aged 2 years and 2 months, son of Eyre and Mary pjtc, of Karthaus township, this county, met with an accident on Tbutsday afternoon, Nov. 8th, by which he lost his life ! It appears that (he family were boiling apple butter, and du ring their momentary absence, the child got too close the fire and ignited his clothes, and before assistance could be rendered, was burn ed so severely as to cause his death about 11 O'clock that night. CLEAEFIELD COUNTY. From an article in tho last Lock Haven 'alchmant with the above ' heading, we tako the following paragraphs : ' ' A large portion of the inhabitants of Clear field 'Couuty are engaged, more or less,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 November 1860

i n I Human doctrines cannot cure a wound in the conscience ; the remedy is too weak for disease. " - " ' There is a man who walks so slow that they ssy be wears a pair of spurs to keep his shad ow from treading on his heels. The Inventor of the "Sewing Bird," lives in Meriden, Connecticut. He has realized about f68,000 out of the simple little invention. There is no readier way for a man to bring his own worth Into question than by endeavor ing to detract from the worth of other men. A boy entered a stationery store, and asked the proprieter what kind of pens he sold. "AH kinds," was his reply. "Well then," said the boy, "I'll take three cents worth of pig-pens." TERMS OF TIIE JOURNAL. The Raftsmah's Journal is published on "Wed nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not . paid at the beginning of the year, $2,00 will be barged. Advxrtiremexts will be inserted at SI, 00 per square of 12 lines for three or leas insertions. ' For . every additional insertion 25 cents will becbarg ,...

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

V Hi i $! -. . . 2 ; . : ! BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1860. VOL. 7.VO. 13. 1 1 ItJfll flW Ifi i 3 it ! 1 : 1 CLEAKFIELD, PA., NOV. 21, 1860. THE CATHCART MURDER CASE. "The case of John Cathcart, charged with the "murder of his wife, was again called up in the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Clearfield county, on last Wednesday, when the motion for a new trial, &c, "was argued by W. A. Wal lace and H. II. Swoope, Esquires, on the part of the prisoner, and by J. B. McEnally and 11. J. Wallace, Esquires, on the part of the Com monwealth. On Thursday morning, His Hon or, Judge Linn, rendered the decision of the Court, as follows : We have been moved in arrest of judgment and asked to award a new trial to the prisoner in this case for several reasons, which have been filed of record, and have been pressed upon us, by the counsel for the prisoner, not only with great zeal and ability, but also under the fullest and deepest impression of the res ponsibility at...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 November 1860

i tH m i't i! I?. 13 5 II; 8: 11. 1 ;s 'ill H. :. IP li. fi t Vt i I 8. B. ROW, EDITOR A5D PBOPRIKTOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 21, 1860. AN EDITOB ON LITEEASY STILTS. We like to see a man, when be baa anything to do, doing it with all bis might. If he has praise to bestow, let him give him it heartily; if be baa censure to mete oat, let him adminis ter it unstintedly. Actuated, probably, by such feelings, the editor of the Clearfield Republi can, tho Democratic organ in this county, re proves, in a severe manner, the "refractory members" of bis political "family." "It is " mortifying to us to know," says he, "that not only in oar own town and neighborhood, but " throughout the whole country, numerous in- dividuals, who have heretofore been acting " with the Democratic party, seen fit to desert " ua or, not vote at all." Having, with the politicians of Jus party generally, looked anx iously, Micawber-like, for "something to turn up," by which the Republicans might be de feated, and bei...

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