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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 March 1855

Ill HiiillEP BSttio 1 1 I.- M 'si n i If it fa it ;I1 1 5 1 .a 2 T - 4 V -0 3 '?3 ' i popular long- POOR UNCLE TOM. A look of gloomy, hitter sadness, , Rests on every creature ; Gone is every sign of gladness, Joyless every feature; Torn away ere scarce a warning Came that we must sever; With us at eve bat in the morning . Tom was gone forever ! - Chants. Poor Uncle Tom ! farewell ! For evermore, -Time will thy virtaes tell When life id o'er. lie trod the steamer's deck dejected, And naught ho thought could cheer him, Stiil he was not by all neglected A sweet child gamhord near him," And gazing on his face with sorrow, She kindly said, "Why sigh you ? Tca't weep, and then perhaps to-morrow, My father dear, will boy you." Poor Uncle Tom ! the voice Of that young child ' Made his lone heart rejoice He sighed and smiled. Hark ! what a cry to heaven ascends ! Eva, the planter's daughter, Whose life on some swift aid depends, Now struggles in tho water ; A bound a splash and old Tom leap...

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. — 21 March 1855

tlf . - Hi: Tj .V ' 0- I. " f 'A ' CLEAllFJELI), WEDNESDAY, MiillCII 21,' 1855. NO. 35. -VOL. 1. VI - - ;.:! TT" - . - : : i '' - ; ' '-'': - - '; -- - 'COME AND TAKE ME. DcrrviEnV " -' .-"'-' '-';'' ;- v ; V--' - ' . "-.-'-. "TV . ."... . . i'. - ' -. - '-'"' ' - '"'' ''' ' ' ' - : " ': r.- .'."-; - ; , , ' - ' , : r - . ' , - i -. : - . rtf-RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL'. - -. . - - v; c. B t."-Joxn3 Publisher. . '- -.' . -, Per" nr.nurj, (payable in adyanco,) Sl-50, : I Tfiid.tr ir.iiiu the year.. . , ' 2.09: ' . Jfo paoer Jisjoniiiiued until all arrearages aire paii, ;.. , ; ; , . .-"."- -.', ... ".j L A failare to notify h diseor.tinuiincc at the cipi-; .Y;o4 of the term subscribed for will bo consider 4 a nflt'onagMUiit.- ' .- ;- -;. v t' ".' s WIIITTLEIl. -v : i ' Ei'ackTrcodaher Laving read a trngcdy. purpor ting to cniinf.ia fi-eiu Sbakspearc's spirit, has heard cf another dratn:, v,Li--b SLukspcaro has alsolately pf-oniplgaicd, and whi-jb, i called ;The Two Loafers -of "Arkansas.'.? ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 March 1855

:f 111 1IEF iID!S!S THE RAFTSMAff'S JOURS AL. CLEARFIELD, PA., . Welceslay, March 21, 1S53. CJ"If we could get out a paper without staying at home, we would most assuredly go down the river. But we know,wlien our friends get down to the Island, and to Marietta, they will want to bear from' home, and therefore we hare resolved to stay here, and relinquish the plasure of feasting on Mother Moore's "flitch and sour-kront," in order to send our own lit tle ''express craft," down stream, laden with "home news," for our rafting friends, relying upon them to send us in return lots of new aubscribers, and "a pocket full of rocks." Messiah's Throue and Millexiai. Gloet la the title of: a Religious work by the Ret. Dr. Litch. It is designed as a key . to the Scriptures, and traces the development of prohecy, and demonstrates God's great pur pose in Creation. It treats of the signs of the times, including the European "War, and the Chinese Revolution. The work is not Secta rian in its characte...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 March 1855

u u THE JOURNAL. rj" Tberc has been an arrival cf now goods at the cheap store of W. F. Irwix. See in another column. Zj" Those desiring to go into tfcu Daguer reotype business, can purchase a rst rate apa ratus by applying to D. S." Moore. See card. rj-Watermen, and7thers who find it neces sary to stop in PhiHpsbnr, will see by ref fererce to a card in another column, that J. G. RuK, of the Fhi?ipsbtirS Exchange," is pre pared to accommodate them. Give him a call OF" Those wanting to sell lumber, or par chase merchandise on good terms, are recom mended to call at the store of lion. A. K. Wmgiit, on Second street. Sec card. Z7" Those of our readers who so frequently hare occasion to visit Tyrone, will find it pro fitable to call and purchase goods from F. M. BsLt & Co. Sec card in another column. j-Raftsmen, who are going down the river in the Spring, are informed, by a notice in another column that "VTLiie Hail Boarding House,, near Frenchville, is prepared for their reception ...

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. — 21 March 1855

r"--.-"p-: " ( V', WMIMIMIKMW?MHBiani 3 t 6 i Jl ?! 11 t - J F I 1 I i THE BJRLE. :. ; 1 'Woodman Spare that Tree." Lines respectfully addressed to Miss' Pedford, a teacher in one of the public schools of Philadelphia. V iit t.'e. vr: ' - - Roman! spare that boob, , Keep off thy bloody hand, ; . -. There's danger in thy look, . I And life is thy demand. -.... , Touch not that sacred page, -.-There's hatred in thine eye! . Ah, Roman ! cease thy rage, , , ... I'll keep this book or die! ' . That good old bock I love, '' ' ' It bids my sorrows cease; It loads to joys above. And gives the mourner peace. It is the orphan's stay. And hotib the widow's heart. "Vke lift? or frici.ds away, " ' With tins I'll never part.' '."" ? j Behold these tender youth, Whom Jesus diad jo suve ! I'll teach them hers his truth, Or il a martyr's grave! The cri;nes ere ne'er forgot, The deeds of thee and thine, Go. Ilomau! touch it not, - That holy Look is mine! . -- Reman! spare that book, -Oar fathers long...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1855

u u - COME AND TAKE ME. DcvivIbr. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY,-MARCH 28, 1855. VOL. 1. W. 36. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Dev. Jin"es, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable iii advance,) SI 50 If paid within tho year. 2 00 No paper dis.-ontiauol until all arrearage aro A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi taXion of the term subscribed for, will bo consider ed anew cr.eaiPinont. - ,.Iiyi01tY. ; A wake, true! with grateful fervor fraught. Qo tiif the mine of retrospective thought!' Memory! ller quiet and kindling glance ia cast Over the dim and silent realm of death ; She ivakes and warms, with her etherial breath, The pulseless bosom of the shrouded past; She roams through childhood's far aad fairy clime, Its withered buds reviving 'neath her tread; She ranges, nith light bark nnd sail aspreal, The tidclesS ocean of departed Time, fihe guards the grave of joys which smile no more. Moistuirg the flowers which droop regretful there; She strikes the lyre o'er friendships fleet as fair, And watc...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1855

1 ill r 11! j: Pi' i it I fflv I HI i ri ill li I s. it 111 ?3 . -is ii I i if 1 .' !! !3 -4 S3 TIE RAFTSMAN'S JOUHHAL CLEARFIELD, PA., Wednesday, Karch 23, l&53. ToariGSEas vx Or?xcz. The report or the Chief of Police in New York city, shows that there arc four hundred and seventeen foreign ers holding ofSce in the Police department, three hundred and five of .whom are Irishmen OF" On and after the first . of April, all let ters passing through the Post Office must be p&b-paid, or they will remain in. the . office where they are dropped. Those , who write should not forget to pay the postage on their letters. ' - C" A new mail route has been established, from this place to Snow Shoe. The mail will leave Snow Shoe on Tuesday and Thursday, and Clearfield on "Wednesday aad Friday. The route to Karthaus has baea extended to Cook's, Run in Clinton county. CP" Our Juniata cousin says that it is evi dent that the "principal instructor" of the Clearfield Raftsman don't like the Mah...

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. — 28 March 1855

u u III -SMSf 1111)1)1)1011 THE -JOURNAL.; ! C3 There has been an arrival of new goods at the cheap store of AY. F. Lvwis. S--e in another column. Those desiring to go into the Daguer reotype business, can pnrchase a first rate apa tatns by applying to D. S. Moore. See card. E7-TVatermen, and others who find it neces sary to stop in Philipsburg, will eee by ref ference to a card in another column, that J. G. Rvsk, of the "Philipshurg Exchange,", is pre pared to accommodate them. Give him a call rjy Those wanting to sell lumber, or pur chase merchandise on good terms, are recom mended to call at the store of Hon. A. K. Wright, on Second street. See card. BP" Those of our readers who so frequently have occasion to visit Tyrone, will f nd it pro fitable to call and purchase goods from F. M. Bell & Co. See card in another column. Ei?-Eaflsmen, who are ge-ing down the river In the Spring, are informed, by a notice in another column that "White Hall Boarding nouse,', near Frenchville,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 March 1855

tiiTO 11011 i ID S4 - M 7 li US 41: 4 POPITLAB BONO. . DO TITEY MISS ME AT ITOME. Do they miss me at home do they miss me ? - Twould be an assurance most dear, . To know that this moment some loved ones, Were caring, "I wish ha were here?" -To feel that the group at the fireside, . Were thinking of me as I room ; . . O yes, 'twould be joy beyond measure, 1 To know that they miss me at home. When twilight approaches Uio season, That ever is sacred to song -Does soui one repeat my nam over, And .igh that I tarry so long ? And is diera no chord in the music, That' niissad when my voice is away ? And a chord in each heart that awaketh . . Regret at my wearisome slay. Do they set mo a chair et the table ? When evenings home pleasures axe nigh : When the candies are lit iu the parlor, And the st;vrs in the calm azure sky ? And when the "gopd nights" are repeated, And all lay them down to their sleep, Do they think of ' the absent" and waft me A whimpered "good night' while they weep? l)o ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1855

u u COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. VOL. 1. CLEAREIELl), WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1855. jT0. 37. KAFT3IAN'S JOl'RXAL. lias. JaxES. Publisher. Par. annum, (payable in a Ivanc.,) 51 50 If pai l withiu t!.o year. 2 03 No paper discontinue! until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify lisjnntinmn'je at the expi ration of the term jtubseribeil for, wid e consiaer- tfi m. new enjrarment.' potirij." - TIIL STAUS. . ET GKpr.GE P. rUF.XTICE. Tbobn reins Jtsrs! what aro tlicy ? I hftTedrenm That they were Llos3oni3 on the Ticc of f.i:e. ej Or glory finn; back from the ou.sr.-road wing3 Of od's aroLaogc-l or that yoa blue skies, With all their gorgeous blazonry &f gom, Were a bright hauccr w.v. intr o'er the earth From the fair wall of Heaven! And I have sat And drank their gushing glory, till I felt The:r Cash of ejectrie trembling with the deep And strong vibrations down the living wire Of chainlets passion and my every pulso Was beating high, sis if a spring were there To buoy me up where ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 April 1855

mm iiiiiiEra iiO!ia '-V- A 'I I 5 v 14 via i is 1 THE B.AFTSMAB'S JOURNAL. 'CJ.EARFIELD, PA.,' "Wednesday, April 4, 1855. Justices of the peace, and others are informed that we liave always on hand a sup ply of neatly printed blanks of every variety. " C" Those ct our subscribers who changed their residence on the first of April, will not neglect to give us notice, if they -wish their papers properly directed. Appropriation Bill. The House Commit tee of Ways and Means have reported a general appropriation hill amounting to $4,000,000; $277,000 of w hich is to complete the new Portage. SPEAKES STBOKXr ON THE BAKZ VETO. On the reading of Gov. Pollock's Veto of the Bank of Pottstown, in the ITouse, Speaker Strong launche forth in a tide of bitter invec tive against the Message. lie argued that the doctrines of the Message had long since "ex ploded," and "were fai wearing out in this state, and had entirely worn out in several of the states." . We fear that like old Rip Van Winkle, Mr. ...

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. — 4 April 1855

u u M'r: I THE JOURNAL. ry There lias been au nrrival of new goods at tha cheaD store of "W. F. Iewis. Sea in Another column. Those desiring to go into the Daguer reotype business, can purchase a first rate ap-v ratus bv arjtdvinar to D. S. Moore. See card. - 4- m L7Waternien, and others who find it neces sary to stop in Philipsburg, will soe by ref- fcropce to a card in another column, that J. tr. Rcxk, of the "Philipsburg Exchange," is pre pared to accommodate them. Give him a cal 7- Those wantiug to sell lumber, or pur chnss merchandise on good terms, are recom mended to call at the store of llou. A. K Wright, on Second street. See card. VZJ" Those of our readers who so frequently have occasion to visit Tyrone, will find it pro vable to call and purchase goods from F. M Bell & Co. Sec card in another column. K7""Iiaftimcn, who arc s'inS down the river in the Surine. are informed, by a notice in another columa thai "."White Hall Boaruin House,' near Frencbville, isjircparedfor...

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. — 4 April 1855

u j j n H li M !rVt i - ? ;4 31 :4 long. I SAW ITER IX CABBAGE TIME. Respectfully Inscribed to Mother Moore. I taw her first in cabbage time, fc'fao was a cutting crout She'd stop the cutter, now and then, . 1 To turn her bead about; . ,.-'.... And as she'd suit it in a tub, ; And str.mp it down awhile, ' Upon lier fresh ani rosy lip Reposed a witching stnile. I saw her next ia winter time, ' And still she gaily smiled, For there npon the cooking stavo, " - Her grub was being b'iled. i Around the huge and greasy pot, Tbe steam came pouring out; And from the smell, I knew that suo Was cooking "speck and krout." When next I saw her, in the spring, She smiled not as beforo ; " A heavy weight was on her heart The eroat was "all no more!" The pot she csed to cook it in Was eaten np with rust; The cutter hung upon the wall, . 'Mid spider webs and dust. - I've seen her often since that time, "When nil exound were gay TThen others laughed and talked the most, She'd frown and turn away. I've...

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. — 25 April 1855

14 'if m It Si ill I 1 1 Mi COME Al$! 'aAKE ME. Bcvivier. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 25, 1855. iT0. )0 00. VOL. 1. WW fed fe 1 Tt r. -1 . I - l L " im fl It's. ffc. - - K. 1 ffc ft (L M ll dr I' . W I M M'M H fil m ffl.m ' :".' Si' M- m m m - m m -sbr w mi m KArrSMAN'S JOl'lt.VAL. 2ns-. Jones. Publisher. Per. sntBin, (payable in aiva&ce.) SI 50 If paid within the year, 2 03 No paper tliJJor.tinaed until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for. will be consider ed a new enjcaymeiit. A SU.II.'JCR .MOMMMJ. mov t:ie Ni:-v tastokai. or t. ecciiaxas bead. ' ''Diiy dawns, .uJ wiili it rc!! the sounds, afar and r.ear, f lowing cattle and yf cro'ving coc-ks. Prw farai to fcirui tLo wakeiirg t-i.nals ran, , , And tuc ijiniJ amoku ascou.is. 'Hie shec-n. released. Leap the low bar ord, following their tell, Go bleating t- the pasture. And. auon, The plougliiiiau drives his Icf.m. into the field, r.d treads the furrovr, t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 April 1855

wm mmwmm mi Laia it r .:!" . ji. - 1 J I 4i 3- 1 ; T ,1! r 1 ;W1 it is l i t si hi .if' iM t ' ' : :! i I n L-M in iimur: mmv CLEARFIELD, PA., Wednesday, April 25, 1853. CC7 Will seme of our friends bring us a load or two of good wood in exchange for sub acrintion ? While at Marietta, we had the pleasure of stopping with that prince of landlords Lewis Hoi-seal, formerly of the Railroad Ho tel, lut now proprietor ol the "Old Eagle," on Market Square. He keeps a first rate house and sets a table that cannot be surpassed. We advise our friends, who are fond of good living and comfortable quarters, to make the 'Old Eagle" their home while inMarietta. APPOINTMENT. U. A. I'iinsos, Esq., of Ridgway, Las been appointed by the Gov., an Aid with the rank of Colonel. We have no doubt he will bjar his;L!ushing houors'with all the dignity of a soldier, and that, when CiUed upon, he will "die, bravely,' in the last ditch." Long life to the gallant Col. BACK AGAIN. Our whole crew, from editor to d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 April 1855

in 1 THE JOTJMAL: ZjT Our citizens and merchants who de sire to purchase jewelry and silver ware, should iiot fail to embrace the earliest oppor tunity to visit Avise'3 cheap "watch and Jew elry store" opposite the Mount Vernon House, Philadelphia. They will find him a gentle man ia every particular, and so have their wants supplied at a lower price than at any other establishment. We can confidently rec ommend him to our readers. We call the attention of our readers to the card of J. B. Wiso Esq, in another column, Mr. Wing, has had a great deal of experience in timber land, and is possessed ol much re liablo information in regard to cur own coun ty. Those Laving business in his line, can not entrust it to better hands. C-Clearfield county is without a Drug Store, or might as well be, and our country merchants who wish to purchase such articles, are compelled to go or send to Philadelphia. "We call the attention of our readers to the ad vertisement ia another column of Mr. Sa3iul B...

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 1855

,1 f1 t r - . - 3! ,1 :1 .M npnlnr long. THE AMERICAN GIRL. Our hearts are with our native land, Our song is with her glory, - Her warriors' wreath is in our hand, Our lips breath out her story. Iler lofty hills aad valleys green, Are shining bright before us, . . And like a rainbow sign is seen - . , Her prouJ flag waving o'er us. And there aro smiles upon oar lips ; For those who meet her focmen ; - For glory's star knows no eclipse, When smiled upon by woman. .i '. For those who brave the mighty deep, And ser.m the throat of danger, Wc'v smiles to cheer, and tears to weep, For every ocean ranger. Onr sighs are with oar native land? Our songs are for oar freedom ; Onr prayers arc for the gallant band Who strike where honor lead them. We love the taintlesa air we breathe, 'l is freedom's endless power, We'll twine for him an endless wreath Who scorns a tyrant's power. They tell of France's beauteous fair; Of Italy's proud daughters. Of Scotland'!! lasses England's rare, Ar.J nymphs...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1855

i I.! i s . if COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivikk. i VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, YEDNESDAY, ' MAI; 2, ; 185.5. W. 39. tl : RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. - Br..". Jones. Publisher. - Per. annum, (payable in advance.) SI 50 If paid within the year, 2 00 No paper discontinue! -until all arrearages are Taid. A failure io notify a discontinuance atlbo expi ration of tbo term subscribed for, wilt oe consider- .ed ftceir engaemcut. Till: TOOR MAN'S DAY. BY EBESEZEB ELLIOT- . Sabbrfth holy I To the lowly Still tbjou art a welcome day, vThe'v thnu domeat, earth arM ocean, Shade and brightness, rest und motion, -Help the poor man's heart to pray. Fun waked forest! Eird that fcoarest O'er the mute unpurplcd moor! Throstle's song that stream like XI o west ! Wind,' that over dew-drop goest! Vi'elcouio now the woe worn poor! Little river, Young forever ! Cloud, gold bright with thankful glee ! Happy woodbine gladly weeping! Gnat within the wild rose keeping ! Oh, that they were blctsed, aj ye! Sabbath holy! for the lowly...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1855

0 J . J 9i "a - -. n ; f ' f r J; $ US i 1 in if M i it -4 Hi T3 vt Mi. . 5 . HI si ?l ) ir '1' I 4I - 13 r Hi 6i-! t-1 it ' I, , 2. f ?. -'f I f i 1 1 V 2 ! lis ihishm's imim-; feri '" ' --s.2KVo v&fc CLEARFIELD, PA. "Wednesday, Kay 2, 18S3. We have been very busy this week ma king arrangements to "keep house," and are indebted to a friend lor the very excellent arti xjn "Kansas," in another column. We shall be pleased to receive favors from him in future. CUBAN AFFAIRS. The Washington Ciuon of Saturday, slates that the President regards the recent exami ' nation, of American vessels as violations rf international law, as indignities to our flag, and aggressions upon our rights fhat will not be tolerated. It says further, that the Spanish Government have the iasce of war or peace in their own hand3, that if they persist in the aggressions war is inevitable. REPEAL OF THE TONNAGE TAX. The bill to repeal the Tonnage Tax on coal and lumber passing over the Pennsylvania Railroad, c...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1855

U 1 ,i -'Tt 'V'i THE JOTJRML. jvy Oer citizens aod ' laerc'.iar.t. ,wno "iSc jjjc to purchase jewelry. ni fii'v-r wire, Vf.tiTd r.ot fiH to cwfcrace the earliest oppor- S-vu - . ... i T...- to visit AriSE7 cieap "WiU.cu Jiajc :rTe;' opposite theount 7emw K "' lt.hla. The v will Una nun a - . . - - ;. rbilaicJi.au. They will una mm a itm'--la every' particular, and so Lave their lower pnee tnan ". We can cordcai!y rec- aat ftrpplied at other establishment. i-cmend uiru to our readers. readers to rTT" Wc cali tlie attention o. oa ,1a card of J. B. WD.uEs.i.ir.anotherco.umn, Xr. Wiag, has had a great deal of experience in timber land, and is possessed of much re lisUe inforuialk-ii in regard to our e-vn cocn tv. Iho3J having lai-leesa in Lis line, can not entrust it to letter Lands. --Clearfield cousty is v.ithout a Dreg Store, or r.iight s well be, tind our country merchants who v.isli to purchase sacli articles. re ecmrcEtiJ ca cr send to Philadelphia. r. - ill t'.. retention of our ...

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