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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 July 1861

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 24, 1861. Mb. Everett's Oration. Several pamph let copies for sale at the Post-office. The Bucs:rAU,s.-k)a last Saturday, Ser geant Wins low of one of the companies of Kano's Riflo Regiment, passed through this place with thirty-two recruits from Elk coun ty. They were hearty aad hale, and no doubt will bo quite au .acquisition to the regiment. We wish them success; and may they never -dishonor the flay they have gone to defend. Injured. We regret to lern, that Mrs. Connelly, wife of Michael Connelly of Law rence township, received a very serious in jury one day last week. It appears that, whilst the old lady was in the act of crossing ; a fence, the board ou which she was standing gave way, and ia fag. struck her side on "the top boaid with such force as.to break sey--eral of her ribs. She is in rather a critical condition. . - Robbed. We have . been informed that on "Sunday night last, the Spring house of Mr. Samuel II. Johnson, of Morris townshi...

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. — 24 July 1861

llABl' CLEABFIELD, JULY 17, 186U A great deal of love lost women kissing each other. " In toe new Territory of tfevada a snow storm in May, killed all the grasshoppers just as tney were yetting troublesome. f r What the Southern Confederacy askek three months ago "Let. ns alone." What the Southern Confederacy asks now Give ns a loan. t )trL Gls or Weight. At a party recently riven in Bucks county, fire young ladies were weighed, and the aggiegate weight was seven hundred and seventy-two pounds average, one hundred and fifty-two pounds each. They raise heavy crops in old Bucks. A Hmoise's Sacrifice. A young lady has been beard to declare that she couldn't go to fight for the country, but she was willing to allow the young men to go, and die an old maid, which sne.thougbt was as great a sacri fice as anybody could be called upon to make. The general belief at Washington is that Scott's huge army is about to get in motion and take its winding way through Virginia. The papers call it "t...

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. — 31 July 1861

; Mi Vit arrrrt. BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY, 31, 1861. VOL. 7.-NO. 48. THE WAR FOR THEUNION. IHI GREAT BATTLE NEAR MANASSAS. DETAILS Or TH1 E-VOAflEMEXT. TVe have gathered the following particulars of the battle of the 21st July, near Manassas Junction. It seems that oar loss is compara tively small; first reports Having exaggerated ihe number of killed and wounded. The Reb 'l loss can only be conjectured. SCENE OF THE UATTLE. Ccntrerille is a small village about four miles from Bull's Run, and within seven or cigbt miles of Manassas Gap Junction, the centre of General Beauregard's position as commander-in-chief of the rebel forces. It commands a magnificent view one seldom een in the eastern part of Virginia. The ap proach lrom rairlax Court House is through a succession ol mils, covered in many parts with .dense forests of timber, and occasionally show ing evidences of civilization in large wheat fields, small, aristocratic mansions, and un gathered crops of ne...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 July 1861

' "rt ! C if; 1 ' i IP ' .1 : m a J! fi ' $affsman:'s goittiiaL BY 8AMCKL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 31, 1861. ALONE IN ITS GLOEY. ..''it seems as if the Clearfield Republican was to be left Hlonc in its condemnation of Presi dent Lincoln for suspending the writ of habeas corpus in the Merriman case, and for assuming other responsibilities, which alone saved our Government from instant destruction and the National Capital from being seized by the Rebels under Jeff. Davig. The New York Herald, which has heretofore been regarded as very good authority by the editors of the Republican, in its issue of July 25th, in dis cussing tho question whether Mr. Lincoln has the courage and capacity for tbe present e- mcrgency, speaks of the acts referred to above in the following plain terms : "All who know Mr. Lincoln concur in pro nouncing him an honest, intelligent, humane, patriotic and exceedingly amiable man. We know, too, from his proclamations calling out a great army, and 'Strengtheni...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 July 1861

Ill 1 V , TILE JOURNAL. ' CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 81, 186L. Time of Cars leaving Tyrone Statiorr- GOtXQ EAST. Fst Line, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. . GOING WEST. Express, 6.40 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P. M. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican County Committee hereby calls a County Convention, to meet in the Borough of Clearfield on Friday the 16th day of August, 1861, for tho purpose f nominating candidates and transacting other business. All persons in favor of sustaining'the National Administration in its efforts to put down the present rebellion, and to preserve the Union, who will pledge themselves to support the nominees of the Convention, are invited to ' attend. A. C. FipEr, Chairman of County Committee. ' Tall Timotht. Mr. Jacob Hoover of Law rence township, left at our office several dtiya since, one of the tallest stalks of timothy we have seen this season. It measures 6 feet 3 inches ; and, we presume, will bo bard to beat. Snake Bittkn. We have been informed ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 July 1861

11 Hi I ! hi MB. HOLT'S SPEECH. CONCLUSION. . I will upend neither blood nor treasure, but 1 will shrink away while the battle rages, and after it has been fought and won, I will return to the camp, well assured that if I cannot claim the laurels, I will at least enjoy the blessings of the victory V . Is this all that re mains oi her chivalry 1 of the chivalry of the land of the Shelbys, the Johnsons, the Aliens, the Clays, the Adairs, and the Davises 1 Is there a Kentuckian within the sound of my voice to-night, who can hear the anguished cry of bis country, as she wrestles and writhes in the folds of this gigantic treason, and then lay himself down upon his pillow with this thought of neutrality, without feeling that be has something in his bosom that stings him worse than would an adder? Have we, with in the brief period of eighty years, descended o far from the mountain bights on which onr lathers stood, that already, in our degeneracy, we proclaim our blood too precious, our tr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 August 1861

JLU BY S. J. KJW. CLEARFIELD, PA, AVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1861: VOL. 7.-NO. 49. ;1 THE HAND UPON THE LATCH. My cottage hrstne is filled with light, , The long, long jammer day ; But, ah I dearer Jove the night, . And hail the singing my ; 'For Ve restores me one whose smile t)oth more than morning's match And life afresh seems dawning while His hand is on the latch ! When auturu fields are thick with sheaves, And shadows early fall, And grapes grow purple 'neath the eaves Along our trellia'd wall I dreaming sit the sleepy bird - Faint twittering in the thatch To wake to joy when soft is heard His hand upon the latch ! In the short winter afternoon, I threw my work aside, And through the lattice, while the moon Chines mistily and wide, 'On the dim upland paths I peer In vain his form to catch I startle with delight, and hear Ilis hand upon the latch. IDLE HANDS. Mr. Thornton came home at bin usual mid day hour, and as ho went by the parlor door lie saw his daughter, a young lady ot nin...

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 August 1861

totem's. Iflitrual BY SAMCEL 4. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUO. 7, 1861. THE VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS. - The returning home of the three months men, is a matter of some conjecture among the peop!. They cannot see the propriety of permitting the withdrawal of th!s efficient corps, at this time ; thereby endangering the safety of the capital. But when the cause and effect of this f reedom of the volunteers for the defence of the Union are considered, the sacrifice, temporarily, of so many efficient sol diers, will not be considered of doubtful pro priety. They volunteered to protect the Union II was a Ireo offering for a noble cause : not one man in the whole loyal army having been forced to take up arms, nor would his life been imperiled had he refused lo fight for his country. On the other hand, if Jeff. Davis or Beauregard had charge of these three months men, the probability is, that not one of them would have been permitted to go Dome in such an emergency ; at least, if they had oth er sold...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 August 1861

Jll 1 ? if I -1 J 1 : -a THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUGUST 7, 18G1. Time of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. - "GOING EAST. Fast Line, 917 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. GQTNQ "WEST- 1 Express, 6.49 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P. M. BEPT72LICAN. C0TJ5TY CONVENTION. The Republican County' Committee hereby 'calls a County Convention, to meet in tho - Borough, of Clearfield on Friday the 16th day of August, 1861, for tho purpose of nominating candidates and transacting other business. AH persons in favor of sustaining the Natioual Administration in its efforts to put dowa tho present rebellion, and to preserve the Union, who will pledge themselves to support the nominees of the Convention, are invited to 'attend. A C'- Chairman of County Committee. The Fair. W"e this week publish the pre mium list and rules and regulations of the 'Clearfield County Agricultural Society. 'fali Session. By relerence to onr adver tising columns, it will be seen that Mr. Sand ford commences bis fall session on Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 August 1861

MI 11 I 3 : m :i , if CLEARFIELD, AUGUST 7, 1801. REPUBLICAN TOWNSHIP COMMITTEES. " The following Vigilance Committees hare been appointed by the county Executive Committee : Clearfield Boro' J. Shunkweiler, L. K. JMer rell, B. K. Fhope. , , Curwensville Boro' Jas. Brown, E. A. Hippie, Thoa. Hemming. ' ' Pikt townshii.Wm. Caldwell, Porter McCIure, Benjamin Hartshorn. . . Penn township John Russell, Elisha tenton, Samuel Weidemire. Bloom township II C. Leech, Charles Cleaver, A. Holden. Brady township A. Shea, William Reed, Jo ;eph Baish. Bell township John F. Lee, II. L. Henderson, David Bell. Burnside township John Mahaffey, E. B. Mc Master, Jackson Patch in. 'Chest township Jonathan Westover, Aaron Pierce, L. J. liurd. Jordan township John Swan, Thomas Strong, Joseph McNiel. Knox township John L. Rex, Abraham Walk er, Thomas McK.ee. Ferguson township Samuel Richards, James Olen, George Davis. Beccaria township James II- Green. Lyonel Weld, Samuel Hegarty.- Guelich township David H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 August 1861

1 1 BY S. J. EOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1861. VOL. 7.-N0. 50. THE SUNBEAM IN THE CHURCH. Jt sweetly stole through tinted pane With mild and mellow light. And stayed within the sacred fane, As though it loved the sight. It played on childhood's cloudless brow, In warm and rosy rays, And gave the mother s pahd cheek The bloom of other days. it touched the old man's silver head With amber's softest hue, And followed o'er the hallowed font A peaceful rainbow threw. It lit the sculptor's classio group. On monumental stone, And lingered long with faith and hope, And round the mourner 6hone. It o'er the blessed alter hung And crowned the priest with gold ; A royal robe the surplice seemed, And fell in purple fold. More bright than Aaron's breastplate glowed The holy book of Uod, And gems bestrewed the very floor Whereupon the people trod. E'en thus tha Spirit's living light With all our lives surrounded. And wo that heavenly gift may seek Within the Chucrh's bound. Then co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 August 1861

BT SAMFEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. AVii. 11, 1861. THE CLEARFIELD REPUBLICAN 017 FACTS; : Tbe editors of the Breckinridge organ in this place, in their last issue, pitch into us with nearly acoluma of billingsgate. They try to create the impression that we are responsi ble lortheyirif move in party organization, because we published the names of the Repub lican County Committee on tbe 8th of May last. Did not these same editors publish the names of tbe "Democratic County Committee on the 20th of February last ? It the publish ing of the- names of such committee is the first more in party organization, did not they make that move? But, again, the editors of the Republican admit, that tbe first call tor the "Democratic" committee, was published on May 22d. On the other hand, the first call for tbe Republican committee was published on July 17th. From the ?2d of May till the 17th of July is nearly two months. Then, which call was published first? Did these truth telling editors stick t...

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 August 1861

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUGUST 14, 1861. lime of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. GOING EAST. Fast Lino, 9.17 T. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. 51. ' GOING WEST. Express, 6.40 A. M. 1 Mail train, 5.40 V, 3L To Correspondents. Bradford, has reach ed us, but cannot appear this week. A Reader, &c, is crowded out. Wo will trj to And room for it next week. Attkstios ! West Bhancii Greys !! The members of this company, and all others wish ing to enlist, will rendevouz at Clearfield, on Monday next, prepared to march on Wednes day, to the seat of War. L.K.3IMBE1. Bible Societt Meeting. The union con cert In aid of the Bible Society, will be held in the Methodist Church on Sunday evening, August 18tb, at 8 o'clock. The usual collec tion will be taken. By order of the President. Geo. W. Kheem, Sec. JSxthact or Coffee. Several days since, Messrs. II. W. Smith &Co., presented us with a package of extract of Cofleo. It is rich in flavor, pleasant to the taste, and decidedly the best article ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 August 1861

0 ti TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. The Raftsmah's Jours al is published on Wed nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, $2,00 will oe ChAiERTi8EMi5TS will be inserted at $1,00 per square of 12 lines for three or leas ineertiona. 1 i or every additional insertion 25 cents w"e!If" ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver- " No subscription taken for a shorter time than six monthTPnd no paper will be d.aconUnued un- ff M X"" "e paid' P s J Row- the publisher. COUNT V DIRECTORY. TIME OF HOLDING COURT. 2d Monday in January, 3d Monday in June, M in March, 1 4th " in iSepfm'r, Of each year, and continue two week if necessary. COUNTY AND DI3TRCT OFFICERS. Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bollefonte. As'te. Judges Hon. Wm. L. Moore, Clearfield. Hon.Senj'n. Bonsall, Luthersburg. Sheriff. . . . Fred'k O. Miller, . Clearfield Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, . . Reg. A Rec. . James Wrigley, . . " District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . " Treasurer. . . Geo. B. Goodlan...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 August 1861

JUL BI S. J. ROAV. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21,1861. VOL. 7.-N0. 51. 1 s A PSALM Or HF2. Tell me not in nournful numbers, 'Life in but an empty dieam 7 For the eoul is dead thatslumbers, And things are not what they seem. Life is real ! Life is earnest ! And the grave is not its goal. -Pust thou art, to dust return'st," Was not spoken, of the soul. JS'ot enjoyment, and not sorrow, la our destined end or way ; But to act. that each to-morrow, finds us farther than to-day. Art is long, and time is fleeting. And our hearts, though stout and brave, Still, like muffled drums are beating Funeral marches to the grave. Jn the world's broad field of battle In the bivouac of Life, Be not like the dumb, driven cattle ! Be a hero In the strife! Trust no future, howe'er pleasant ! Let the dead past bury its dead ! -Act act in the living present ! Heart within, and God o'erhoad. Lives pf great men all remind us Ve'can make our live's sublime ;' And, departing leave behind us ; Footsteps...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 August 1861

TH6 MDRNAIL. V-;-- Raftsman's journal 2 -TCctSJMJaE!2r BY SAMUEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 21, 1861. REPUBLICAN UNION TICKET. - . FOR ASSJ5VBLT, JOSEPH B. M'ENALLY, of Clearfield Borough. Subject to the action of the Conferees. FOB SHKRIFF, DANIEL LIVINGSTON, of Curwensville. FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGES, SAMUEL SEBRING, of New Washington. DAVID ADAMS, Sr., of Boggs. FOR TRBA8CBEB, G. HUDSON LYTLE, of Lumber-Oity. FOR COMMISSIONER, JOHN SPACKMAN, of Girard. FOR AUDITOR, JACOB MOCK, of Kylertown. THE DAY-BOOK "WHAT IS IT . Let us give somo testimony and extracts that we have at hand. In the Clearfield Re publican of August Hth, (a sheet, full of the spirit of treason and secession,) we find the prospectus of the Day-Booh. What does that Prospectus ask f Hark ! All friends of the cause will do much to advance true principles, by sending us the names of all good Democrats." The Huntingdon Globe, the Democratic or gan of that county, (but a true Union paper,) says that a Democrat thcro "Pro...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 August 1861

THE JOTJBML. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUGUST 21, 18G1. Time of Cari laving Tyrone Station. GOIO KAST. Fast Lino, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. GOING WEST. Express, 6.40A.M. Mail train, 5 40 P. M, Naw PosTorncB. A new postofluce has been established in Burnside township, Clear field county, called "Patchinville," and Jack Patchin appointed Postmaster. Camp MsEtiso A Camp Meeting will bo held at Toby creek, Elk county, on the farm of Elias Meyers, commencing on Wednesday, September 11th, and continue over Sabbath. Bro's J.Litch, J. T. Lannin,?, M. L. Jackson, D. Elwcir and T. Hallen, are expected to be present. Committee of arrangement Elias Moyer, R. M. Punk and J. S. Bluckman. "Worth Lookixo I.nto." We have been requested to state that the assertion in the last Clearfield Republican, that the Postmaster at Morrisdale sard 'hc had authority to refuse to deliver secession papers, that the Day-Book was a paper of this character, and he would de liver no more of them," is false in every pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 August 1861

,: T3 TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. Th TLxrrauix's JorB5Ai. is published on Wed 4mTt $1,50 per annum in advance. If Hot J3K tki . beginning of the year, 2,00 will be vert.smbk will be inserted at $1,00 par square of 12 lines for threeor less insertions, t or -very additional insertion 25 cents will be charg ed A deduction will be made to yearly adrer- No subscription tskeo for a shorter time than six months, and no paper will be discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, exoept at the option of the publisher. a. J. ROW. COUNTY DIRECTORY, TIME OF HOLDING COURT. 2d Monday in January, I 3d Monday in June, 3d - in March, 1 4th " in Sept'm'r, Of each year, and continue two week if necessary. COUNTY AND DISTRCT OFFICERS. Pres't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonte. As'te-Judres Hon. Wm. L. Moore, Clearfield. Hon.Benj'n. Bonsai I, Luthersburg. Fheriff. . . . Fred'k G. Miller, . Clearfield Prothonotary, John L. Cuttle, . . ' Reg. A Res. . James Wrigley, . " District Att'y, Robert J. Wallace, . Trea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 August 1861

JUL, 1 It- .;-. BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1861. VOL. 7.-NO. 52, THE LITTLE OWE. MATT. XIX 13, 15. And is true what I am told, That there are Jamba within the fold Of Ood'a beloved fon. That Jesus Christ with tender care, 4ViII in his anna most gently bear The helpless "little one?" ' 4) yea? I've heard my mother say, JJe never sent a child away, That scarce could walk or run ; For when the parent's love besought, Jht he would touch the child she brought, il blessod tho 4 little one." And I, a little straying lamb, May come to Jesus as I am, Though goodness I-have none, May now bo folded to his breast, As birds within the parent's nest. ; And be his "little one." And he can do all this for me, Because in sorrow on the tree lie once for sinners hung ; And having washed their sins away .lie now rejoices, day by day, ...... : To cleanse the "little one." Others there are who love mo too ; But who with all thoir love can do What Jesu3 Christ has done ? Then if h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 August 1861

Raftsman's $0imml. BT SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 28, 1861. REPUBLICAN UNION TICKET. FOR A8SBMBLT, JOSEPH B. M'EN ALLY, of Clearfield Borough. Subject to the action of the Conferees. TOR SHERIFF", DANIEL LIVINGSTON, of Curwensville. FOR ASSOCIATE JUD&ES, SAMUEL SEBRING, of New Washington. DAVID ADAMS, Sr., of Boggs. FOR TREASURER, G. HUDSON LYTLE, of Lumber-City. FOR COMMISSIONER, JOHN SPACEMAN, of Girard. FOR AUDITOR, JACOB MOCK, of Kylertown. DRAW TEE LINES. There are some citizens of the free States, truthfully remarks tho Philadelphia U. S. Gazette, who imagine that they can be for and against the government ; in favor of the war, and yet give moral aid and countenance to the foe ; who demand vigorous action, and vehe mently oppose its details ; who vaguely profess willingness to do some undefined act of loyal ty, or favor some impossible and inconceivable measure, and stigmatize at every step of our progress each act of the national administra tion as tyrannical, d...

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