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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 December 1860

lAreaffllMtf -it" BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26," 1860. YOL. 7. 10. 18. THE DESTITUTE. . For a moment brothers listen, .... To the moan that eometh up From the thin lips of the destitute, Who drink life's anguish cup ; -There are brows as pale as ashes, - There are hearts as cold as snow, ; Coursing on life's dusky highway , Look, and you will find it so ! There is many a lone, lone orphan, ' Beating out the march of life, '.Mid the cUtnor and confusion, All alone amidst the strife. Treat them kindly, deign to lore them, And thy mother's feelings prove ; , Do not pass them coldly, saying. - Mine are all that I can lore." THE GREAT POLITICAL ISSUE. SPEECH OF SENATOR WADE, OF OHIO. On Monday the 17th Inst., an immense au dience assembled in the U. S. Senate to hear the speech of "Old Ben Wade," the war-horse of Ohio. ' The galleries were thronged long before theJiour of meeting, and even the cloak rooms, to which admission is usually prohib ited, were crowded w...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 December 1860

is It. i i a ill I 8 -J r3 1 t -1 'I ft' i " ! (I; 1 f -' fl. B. mOW, EDITOR A5D PROPRIETOR. 'J J CLEA RFIELD. PA., DEC. 26, 1860. ; - , '. COXING OUT BOLDLY. " We like to see a man sailing under bis tree colors ; we know, then, where to find him, and how to meet him. We confess, therefore, 'that it is a satisfaction to find the editor of the , Clearfield Republican, the organ of the Breck- inridge Democracy, expressing his opinion of -Nogro Slavery in snch terms as will admit of "no doubt. I In his last issue, he says ; r . . t Tha 1 1 he ed i tor f of t he Journal may not m i s vrepresent ns hereafter, we will here say that we t believe slavery to be of Divine origin, and defy . him and all other Abolitionists, in this or any other country, to disprove it by the Bible." --There Is no trouble about understanding language like that. . It' is plain, nneqnivocal and pointed. We believe slavery to be of ," Divine ongin !" are the words of our neigh .bor, and so firmly is be convinced o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 December 1860

fit Clearfield pa., dec. 26, isco. NO PAPER NEXIWSEK. ! In order to give our hands a little rest, we will crint no Journal next wcek. In the fly e w' , t,at we have conducted the paper,' we iZ" g0 rarely missed Issuing that we feel coti: fJLnt onr patrons will find no fault with us for fiinVa respite during tbe Hollidajs from the ceaseless labor to which printers are subject fd Any omissions of this kind are made np at the end of the volume. . Ziy.l v j Our Carrier requests u to say that he w"ilf on next Tuesday call on those whom he vis its weekly, with a New-Year's Address, for which he expects them to keep some of their extra change in readiness. . ... ; : r? ; . . i Dr. A. M. ilitLs notifies bis friends that he will be absent from his office in Clearfield, from now until the last of February, with the exception of the January court, during which he ill be at home. . dec26-3tv Goon Apples. Our friend Isaac Goss, of "Woodward township,' has onr thanks for. a present of half a bush...

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. — 26 December 1860

Hon. Jeremiah S. Black,tbe Attorney Gen eral of Mr. Buchanan' Cabinet, bas been con .. firmed as Secretary of State. . l-i I Mr. Tickens was elected Governor of South Carolina, on the 7th ballot, in place of Win. 11. Gist, whose term is about expiring. ' . "An honest man's the noblest work of the Lord!" enthusiastically exclaimed a llara t hell preacher, and then after a pause, he ad - ded, "but the Lord hasn't had a job in the world for fiftyyears.,- A fellow has been collecting money of the ' verdant in Michigan by pretending to be the son ol the first Napoleon, lie gratefully rais , ed one of the men whom he victimized, to the the dignity of arch-duke. 1 , There is a railroad down South which runs 1 one train a day, drawn by a locomotive of a- bout one coffee-pot power. . The conductor is so polite that if a lady cries ont, "Mr. Con ductor, I should like a drink of water," he immediately jnraps off, blocks the train witb a tick, and attends to the lady's wants. IV ' The telegraph...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1861

, . .1 : i- - BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESBAY, JANUARY 9, 1861. VOL. 7.-M.- 19. ... IT DOESN'T MAZE IT SO. Suppose, for instance, you suppose , I ihat black is white that fast is slow , That every wind is inild that blows, ; . , .. It really doesn't make it so. . . . , - Suppose, again, that you suppose You'll meet good things where'er, you go- That every sweet comes from the rose, . . . . - , 5 .. It really doesn't make it so. " Suppose, once more, that you suppose - A 11 blisses from one fountain flow . , -That all the belles are blessed with beaux, t ' It really doesn't make it so. . r . . r Suppose, in short, that you suppose . '. Vour bright-eyed lore can't cay you "No" . That she despises all yourfoes,,, , -f . It really doesn't make it so- ... . OUTRAGE IN HOBTH CAK0LI1TA. The Philadelphia Daily fates, of Dec." 81st, contains the following account of a gross out- rage perpetrated against an old man and bis wife at a place called Warrenton,' in North Carolina, about 2...

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. — 9 January 1861

im&iurrraiM 8 WBWMWL Riven by the highest judicial tribunal of the State or Pennsylvania, where it was held to have no application whateTer to the remoYal of a slave by the master or his agent, with or without a warrant. Such was the undoubted law of the State under the statute of 1788, and in re-enacting that statnte, in the act of 1828, with an increased penalty, it is manifest that the intention and object of the Legisla ture waa to protect free perrons of color, ana to punish those who, by iraua, lence, where guilty of kidnapping, ana noia ing or selling freemen as slaves. 1 his w . i - -i tn Aa: and nothing but a misconstruction of her aci, roua ... - . . induced the declaratioa that i wa loruraaco by thi 'Constitution- the LTr.itedrStatts. It is pe-rreetly clear, thaf Edward Pngghad com mitted no crime in removing Margaret Morgan from the State' of Pennsylvania to the State of Maryland, and delivering her up to her owner ; and it is equally clear,tbat no attempt was made, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1861

THE JOURNAL; CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 9, 1S61. T7o:i Msetisq. -A meeting of the friends of the Constitution and the Union as it is,; without respect to party, will bo heia in the Conrt room in this Borough on next Tuesday evening, 15th Inst., (Court week.) jn9 " - r-" ' ' Mamt Ciiixkns. f Oar thanks are tendered Mrs. Cooper for a 4.8w.rear' Gift,", consisting of.a mince pie,; some cakes and apples, to the eic'eHent quali- ty of which we can testify unhesitatingly. 1 'r - Dr. A. M. Hiias desires us to say that he Trill rislt New Washington and vicinity on the week after Court, commencing with the 21st of Jan. All orders left with Samuel Sebring will be promptly attended to. " an7-2t . . . - .;.. : .. Max Killed. Mr, John Macklin, of Bloom township, whilst engaged in the woods making shingles for Mr. John : Smith, wa. instantly killed on the 21st Dec: by tho falling of a tree top, which had lodged on . another treet He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his nnf imely death. S.' v'...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1861

-Jm in a; ii i M : .' 5 . 1 ..I it I i 1 Wi CARRIER'S ADDRESS. . See, kind triends, your Carsikk eomes, To .greet bia Patrons, well becomes - ,The trusty News-bot, and deserves y 'His readers' teibctk, whoin he serves. :l ..' ' Listen ! be sings the Pin and Ttp, Of all earth's weapons strong and ripe, To teach, reform and equalise, . To adorn and soften and devise, Things good and wise and virtuous ' The PLA-tbe wAX-the Papteu The iTTXi-the Geave, so The olden skin the ymamMhm shell The tellcm scaoix, all ancient. Yield to iUTtpe! new element Of pow'r and conquest, now confess d, O'er the wide world, to be the best ! Lo! Dutch Laurentius, four hundred Tears gone, on Beechen bark just shred, Cuts bis own name then letters more He carves until transferr'd before His gladdea'd eyes, the ink and sheet Are printed ! and his work 's complete! Now rapidly by means of Ttpe, Tour News-bot aims to tune his pipe, To sound Con mbijl's same and fame ! ' Proclaim Disunion's burning shame 1 Columb...

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 January 1861

das BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1861. VOL. 7.-NO. OUB UNION BIGHT OB WBONO. Ronse. hearts of Freedom's only homo, . Hsrk to disunion's cry, iDear liberty beneath her dome, , Proclaims that danger's nih ; 'Com, let your noble shout ring forth, In trumpet voices strong : "AVe know no South, we know do North, Our Union right or wrong." 'The temple our brave Fathers made, ... The wonder of the world, Bhall they behold their sous dismay d '.'' When treason's flag's unfurled ; Oh ! never, by the glorious stars Which on our banner throng ; House, sons of three victorious wars, , For Union right or wrong. Our patriotic Father's shades, With Washington on high. Foint to their blood-anointed blades And to their children cry, House, freemen by your Father's soars, On to the rescue throng ; Defend our flag and sacred stars, The Union right or wrong. Sons of the press proclaim its worth In telegraphic fire. Bid young America stand forth And emulate their sires; Wake sir...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1861

mwkWw gtoffsinari's 7 'IStmM'-Sfi B. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEA RFIELD, PA.. JAN. 16, 1861. " V-V-,7 t. v WHAT CAN BE DONE! There is no use in any one trying to close his eyes to the real condition of cur country. So far as the action of the Gnlf States can do it) a dissolution of our beloved UnioD is ac complished Four of them have declared their connection with the United States severed. South Carolina having passed an ordinance to that eflcci on the 20th Dec, Mississippi on the 9th' January, Florida on the 10th, and Alaba ma on the 11th ; and there is scarcely a doubt that others will soon follow. Several ot them have seized upon the forts and other public property within their limits, and the first named is in open, armed rebellion, and has even fired into vessels sent to Charleston har bor "t by order of the . Federal Government. Thus far the wisdom of Congtess has failed to devise anything that seemed at all calculated to satisfy the Secessionists. Every plan of ad ju...

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 January 1861

six ;t - f " THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 16,1861. Cocbt is in session here this week, and has brought largo . number of people to town." Tbe proceedings will appear in our next issue. Dr. A. M Hills desires us to say that ;he 5ll visit New Washington and vicinity on the week after Court, commencing with .the 21st of Jan. All orders left with Samuel fcebring will he promptly attended to. - jan7-2t Bible Societt. The annual meeting of the Clearfield County Bible Society will be held on Friday next, at 3 o'clock P. M., at the of fice of Esquire Wrigley. i The election of offi cers for the current year and; other ; business will be brought before the meeting. , ; v jan19 : ; Jos. R. Focht, Sec'y. ' ; Dedication. By Divine permission the new M. E. church of New Washington will be ded icated to the worship of Atmighty God, Sun day Jan. 27th. The services of . the Rev. W. L. Spottswood and Rev." James A.Coleman are expected. All are invited to attend. Servi ces to commence at 10 o'c...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1861

; -x i! -I .8 .4 Facts ahd Fioca". During the last nine teen years, from 1841 to 1859, inclusiTe, the fifteen slaves States have cost the Post Office Department $50,544,416 13, and they hare contributed to its support only $27,649,620 68, while fifteen free States hare cost It $60,891, 293 34, and they bare contributed to its sup port $68,648,519 70 that is, the slaves States have cost tho Government $22,994,795 for mail facilities more than they Lave paid, and the same number t tree State have eontrib ted $7,757,218 more than tbey have cost, be ing the round sum of $30,000,000 against the former ! The expenses of South Carolina a lone to the Department in 1858, beyond the amount she paid, were $211,531 98. f Then comes the vast sums the Government has paid for the purchase of territory mainly con veiled into Slave States, and in the pros ecution of the Florida and Mexican wars, both of which were for tho benefit of slavery. The following are the amounts tbns expended t Louisiana (p...

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. — 23 January 1861

S -"y.i.. ...;x BY S. B 'BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1861. VOL. 7.-N0, 21. -TV OH! BE NOT THE FIRST! Oh! bo not the first to discover A blot on the fame of a friend A flaw in the faith of a lover, Whoge heart may prove true in the end. We none of us know one another, And oft into error we fall ; Then Jet us speak well of a brother, Or speak not about him at all. A smile or a sigh may awaken Suspicion most false and undue ; . And thus our belief may be shaken, 1 n hearts that are honest and true. How often the light smile of gladne?9 Is worn by the friend that we meet To cover a soul full of sadness. Too proud to acknowledge defeat. IIow often the sign of dejection Is heaved from the hypocrite's breast, To parody truth and affection, Or lull a suspicion to rest. How often the friends we hold dearest, Their noblest emotions conceal ; - And bosom 8 the purest, sincerest. ilave secrets they cannot reveal Leave base minds to harbor suspicion, And small ones to trace out ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1861

it J! 11 if i i ''ft Maffsittait's iMnml. e-. f j i t . ..v - 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., JA!J. 23, IS611 t 'l; "M.V-.r..'V HIGH TBEASON. .', It looks now as if some of our Xortbern fel low-citizens, 'who have teen selling arms and ammunition to the traitors in the South, have thereby worked themselves info an unpleasant predicament. Judge Smaller, of New York, on Monday of" last week, charged the United States Grand Jnry on the crime of high trea $oa, and defined that offence with great minute nes3; after which, he instructed the Grand Ju ry to inquire into the business of certain par ties in that city and to indict and present lor trial all persons who bad in any way assisted the South Carolinians by supplying them with arms, ammunition, or other materials of war, pr by otherwise-' giving them aid and comfoxt in their armed resistance to the Government of the United States. He says that the act of taking up arms, and by force and intimidation preventing the ...

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. — 23 January 1861

mm MET THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA.", JAN. 23, 1861. Tns WKATUEa continues favorable to timber hauling nd leddln in this county. ' , Mercantile Appealer. -Ellis Lijergood, f (Joshen township, has been appointed Mer cantile .Appraiser, tor 1861, by the Cornniis. doners of Clearfield County. rncBcn Dedication. By Divine permission the new M. E. church on the River, 3 rnilesa hove the mouth of Chest creek, will be dedica ted to the worship of. Almighty God, on Sun day Feb. 10th. The services of Rev. Thomas irnhart and Rev. Uenry Wilson are ejected, l-nblic worship to commence about 10 o'clock A. J- AH arc invited. E. W. Kibbt, Pastor. PEOCEEDIUGSOEJAJTTJAaXCOTJET. IS COMMON PLEAS. ' Lydia Wilson' rt. Exr'sr of -George Wilson Dec'J Feigned issue, ordered by the Court, to try the right of money paid into Court by Cbaiies 31. Cadwalader. Verdict for Deft's. Patchin $ Swan vs. James L. Curry. Sci. fa to revive a judment. Verdict for plaintiffs for $68.28. - ' ? , ' jn0. Jloynton vs. John. ...

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. — 23 January 1861

A man's good fortune often turns nls bead, his bad fortune as often averts the beads or bis friends. J - in - The boy who was caught looking Into the fnture, has been arrested tor trying to see t.he show without paying. You have a very striking countenance,' as the donkey said to the elephant when he hit him over the back with his trunk. It is said of Andrew Johnson, the able Sen ator from Tennessee,that at the age ot twenty be did not know even the alphabet. Senator Trumbull of Illinois, was, on Mon day the 9tb, re-elected to the United States Senate by a vote of 54 to 46 on joint ballot. - - Three shocks of an earthquake, it is said, were felt at Lancaster, Pa., on Sunday night a-week. each accompanied with a heavy peal of thunder. - v On Saturday a-week, the steamer Ben De ford left Norfolk, Va., with 700 bales of cot ton, and the Jamestown with 600 bales, both for New York. ' Scurvy has already made its appearance in Kansas, superinduced by scantiness of food ; the physicians th...

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. — 30 January 1861

BY S. B. SOW, CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1861. YOL. 7.-N0. 22. i i i I GOOD NEWS TEOM HOME. Good news from home, good news for mo, Hare come across the deep bine sea. From friends that I have left in tears, From friends that I've not seen for years : , Oood news f And since we've parted long ago, My life has been a scene of woe Hut now a joyful hour has come, For I have heard good news from home : Good news " No father near to gnide me now; 'o mother's tear to soothe my brow ; .. , 'o sister's voice falls on my ear ; 2o brother smiles to give me cheer : . Good news ! But though I wander far away, My heart is full of joy to-day. Fur friends across the ocean's foam. Have sent to me good news from home : Good news ! "When shall I see that cottage door, . Where I've spent years of joy before ; 'Twas there I knew no grief nor care, My heart was always happy there : ... Good news ! Though I may never see it more Nor stand upon my native shore ; . Where e'er on earth I chance ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1861

VMS r; I 5: it-: 4' If' Up- ii 1 I! 8. B. BOW, EDITOR AMD PBOPWKTOR. ; CLEARFIELD. PA.. JAN. 30, 1861. I ' MB.BIGLEIL'SPBOPOSITION. Senator Bigler of Pennsylvania has of late heen very active at Washington in urging so called Union "propositions" and making bim elf generally prominent in the "compromise" line. His last exploit consists in getting np a series of . amendments to the Constitution, which propose not only to subvert the princi ples of that instrument, but they disarm it of its only defense, that they may get the oppor tuuity to overthrow it. The Constitution pro vides for its own amendment, and the clause cootaining'that provision can no more be right fully' set 8side than any other section ; and when the. people accepted it, it was with the condition that it should be amended only in a certain way and in 'accordance with certain prescribed forms, essential in themselves to guard against hasty measures that might be determined upon in the sudden heat of some public passi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1861

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD,' PA., JAN. 3D, ISCl. "Tsociett. The meeting of the Cotintj Riblc Society held during last Court week at fh- office ol Jas. Wrigley, Esq., was adjourned W meet in the Methodist church next Friday remnz 1st Feb'y. Election of officers and S business will be brought before the Meet- ing. . - - roiNTT Finances. We lay before onr read r. to-day the statement or the Receipts and v" gnditures ol Clearfield County during the Vt vcar, from which it appears that its entire Silities are $11,104 82; amount due county flom all sources, $7,888 10; making the appa rlTt indebtedness of the county, $3,216 72. - fincacH Dedication. By Divine permission the new 31. E. church on the River, 3 miles a love tho mouth of Chest creek, will be dedica ted to the worship of Almighty God, on Sun dar Feb. 10th. The services of Rev. Thomas Barnhart and Rev. Ilenry Wilson are expected; Public worship to commence about 10 o'clock A.M. AH are invited. E. W. Kirbt, Pastor. Entertainment. The ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1861

iH1WW WM aajll)i 0 ! f 1 31 i J . it I! 3; 8 I 3 r3 The small pox Is prevalent in Montreal.Can ada, to an nnnsnal extent. ' - ' It la not so honorable 1 to descend from a high ancestry as to ascend from a low one. ' An enormous cow, weighing; alive 2,650 ponnds, was slaughtered in Boston last week. Gen "Wool pronounces the treason of Sooth Carolina as far transending that of Benedict Arnold.. . ' ' " , The receiptor the United States Coloniza tion Society, last year, from all sources, was $14,363. ; - - " ' - - The Buffalo Express says it is fast becoming fashionable in that city for ladies to wear the Balmoral without any dress over it. In a single town of Maine, containing only four hundred and fifty inhabitants, thirty-two people died last year of consumption. Mrsi Yell lately cowhided . Mr. Lay, for not performing a promise to marry her. As he wouldn't make her Lay, she made him yell. .There are fourteen tanneries in Santa Cruz county, California, employing fifty men, and produc...

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