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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 May 1855

HMB? ;ii)lllMl:a i i -r mil i 5 : m c - t I 1 beta .7 KNOW-TfOTHIIf G SONG; -j . ' Ait "NidNid Nodding." ' .' Ttr. how is it, good people, that wherever I may tr T iLsk a. friend a auestion, ho replies,' "J" do not - - .. inatt.'' . - . : For they're all nothingB know, knew-noth- : jdcr; - They're all know-nothings at our house at home.: .j,. . . .- Tn a brother thaCaa nrinter. and another in a store. I've a cousin who's a lawyer, and of beanz at least a score But they're all nothings, Ac. 80 I asked my eldest brother "why he wore that golden star : '. - ; fie was smoking, very quietly, an odious old cl gar. . Tor they're all nothings, Ac . Jnst think! he puffed the smoke at me as hard as could blow! And s.-id, ".My little sissy, I'm sure I do not know For they're all nothings, Ac. . Then I asked tnv learned cousin oh! he made tm v heart to lean. 1. "Now. little beauty, can yon a secret keep?" For they're all nothings, Ao. Of course I answered that "I could, if he would nl try" lie ...

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. — 9 May 1855

;.- COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivier. YOL. 1. OLEAEFIELD,: WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1855. NO. 40. 0 UAFTSMAJTS JOURNAL. Bns. Joxes, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable in advance.) $1 30 If pail within tho year, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance atlhc expi ration of the term subscribe : fur, will be consider- j a a new enjrasrement. THE SPRING THE WAKING. We CnJ the following beautiful and seasonable poem in au exehanrfl. Its personification of Spring Is pretty and cer readers will read it with pleasure. A LAftv came to a snow-white bier, Where a youth lay pale and dead. And sho took the veil from her widowed head, And bending low, in his ear she said Awakrjn! for I ain hero. She pa.-'sod, with a smile, to a wild-wood near, Where the boughs were barren and bare; And she tapped on the baik vith her fingers fair, Andshecalled to the leaves that wero buried there Awaken! for I am here. The birds beheld her without fear, As sho walked through ...

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 May 1855

trr-if i 0" J) ,! Li Slf 5 TSI SAJTSMAI'S JUMBAL. CLEARFIELD, PA Wednesday, Hsy 9, 1533. STATISTICS. The following incontrovertable factsought to be sufficient to convince any man of the ne cessity of checking, in soma m anner, the pro miscuous emigration pouring upon our shores. The Guardians of the Poor in Philadelphia report, for the month ending 30th of April, 1355, the inmates of the Alms house to be 1, 655. Of these 252 are Americana, and 1,303 are Foreigners ! Since January the 1st, there were lodged in the Bethlehani Station House, Northampton county, two hundred and ten paupers, ell for eigners but two ! In the Kings county Alms house, (New York) the whole number is 4 9, all foreigners tut 41! In the Hospital, at the same place, the whole number is 475, of which 134 are na tives, and S41 foreigners! In the nursery there are 311 children of foreign birth, to 7 natives .' - In Portland, Maine, the whole number of arrests for the year, are 883. Americans 234. Fort igneis 649 !...

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. — 9 May 1855

u u THE JOTJMAL Cy Oar eitireas tod - merchants ko de sire to purchase jewelry and j-Ilver war--, should sot fill to emlrecs ihe earliest oppor tunity to visit Aviso's cheap watcl ani Jw eby store" opposite the Mount Vernon II'.u.'U-, Philadelphia. Tbry will fed h: a g-jr.tls-ruan in very particular, and so have tbeir wal supplied it a lower pri than at any ether fesiablishtueu'. IVs cir-conSJently rec ommend Lira u our renders. JU" "VTe call the attention of our readers to the card of J. B. IVi.vjEsj. In another column, Mr. Wins, lia3 had a great deal of experience la t;u.ber una, and is possessed ol much re liable isibrraaticn in regard to oar own coun ty. Those having bmi.css ira his line, c2.11 mt entrust it to letter hands. CvClearSeid curat y v.iihout a Drag Stori;. or iiiral as v.ell Lo, and our country merchants who wish to purchase such articles, are compelled to g or send to Philadelphia. We call the attention of our readers to ihe ad vertisement in another column of Mr. S...

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. — 9 May 1855

f 11 HilSillEl ) If !!: 3 L - II: t il 1. Mi v; 1 I; .1 i P r.t It! 4 Fi r 1 p . j i I il 3 1 T ! 5 ,( If I 1 I. mi nnb 'Jiuraor. Ahecoote or Mr- JErrEasoic. Mr. Jeffer cra's great height and slender figure exposed . him to much ridicule from his opponents ; his ' sobriquet with them was "Long Tom and '. when his famous project of a Xavy was adopt ' ed by Congress, and the attempt made to put -it into practice, the cannon, disproportionably large, with which each of the ill-constructed Craft was burdened, obtained, in contempt, the name of a "Long Tom." Nothing could present a more singular contrast than the fig ures of Mr. Jefferson and Gen. Knox; the one Tery short, and as thics as he was long the other, lank and lean, and unusually tall. They happened to meet one morning on the steps at Gen. "Washington's lodgings, in Philadelphia. The two gentlemen approached from opposite directions, and arriving at the same moment, a contest in ettiquette took place between them. The General a...

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 May 1855

1 .1 ..If r, ,.,. t,. : -P ., .... . ..--Mi v ill ill - su. i .'-' f . .-. . If l-fii t.. '.v; ( !. i -;' oil ij-, .-. v,'.. ; 1 i ; ')it.i-.; !. COM 15 ANI TAKE MB. DlvivikrI 1. i OLE A!! FIELD, - WEDNESDAY; .MAY 10, 1855.: WMl ; it- E- 1 Jr : ' J'v r b it ic mi -rc3i xv wr if 11 . mw u m ..... y y 11 i 1 ji f- irtai ij.-7 if jr v .5 i; it wss i !'c3 -2 0 Jia jr- Ui.3iiu;iJ tin'.il nil Errsarayejj : 1 t tew eiia.v.'iue&f . -7; ' 1 !f tlVrn '' ' ' '! '!' ;' '''-l; . 3 , '' i,; . - "rrt- --'r r-- ' tjie t Fifis of: looks. f . -r.t &CV.. JviiX M.WLAiO HAFl'lTT. . '. pea may ri; t,te teiiucr tlioulit, j . , Ad icute cut ouya lnf j ii'in wlsb. ,' " V ' That iu'th Itos'ou rjz.J!v playtfj.'-'"' , . Le vfcij3. sweci inftrup.ca'k H'jund, - , ", . Ttc se.'rc-ts of iLo sent may t.!l; ' , ';,'That h?art, so delicately strutg,-' - ! ' To breathe 1L0 loii'I or la-tjceil ?;!!. "A jfltitonins tcrr 5s eloqnen ' ' ' It h .th-a tvmch of sr.ystery , ; TFhile BparKiia J'.i3 a'jfwt-iet. .. In so...

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. — 16 May 1855

7 ''- la .1 i J, - . - f 1' 8r ; -it. Hi , at i' .r - ft! V : 1 v f'j t m V-i pS ; - ,2 115 iAl I ?! Hi .1; If! Mi! ? : 1 iff TIE RAFTSMAM'S I8IB8AL. siit iSS.' ?rs "C I.EARFIEL D , . P A Wednesday, Kay 1C, 18E3, '-. 'CSOwinglto the absence of the editor when the outside was -'V.orked off",' and carelessness fa the proof reader,' a large number of typo graphical and oilier errors will be observed. We hope the reader will excuse them, and we will endeavor in future to preyent.such'an'Vc-currer.ee.- . - - ...... .... ... x LAST WORD. ' Some two weeks since we replied to a' low, eVurfiteus rofs0na attack in a" contemptible she'e published at Jersey Shore, hot with, the design of writing the mediocre affair into lioti ricty, but-simply to correct once for all a misrepresented occurrcnc'.', in the community in which' V.e reside.' Eut that sheet, having discovered that it was in U.c w'rong, and Tvan tinglhe manliness to acknowledge ' its mis take", now seeks to crawl out of the" controver...

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 May 1855

1it ft 2 1 1 OVTs call tl;e attention of oar readers to the card of Koo8 . Ukiimajj Si Co , u 107 North Third Street, in anjlh-;roinnn. They arc clever and accommodating gcsllt-iiisn, ami those who buy from ttv.m raay rsly apon Iv.dng well trertcd. "We advise bnr merchants when they TUit the city to givo them a cull. '.' t!"The attcntiou of our citizens is called lo the card of Thomas Ro33ix3. coiutna, Vn bas on ban ds . a larg new ajii iaterestiug books. in another i stock of :,i rjsT'uoso indebted, to Jacob DETtticK, of Cunv'ensvillc-, are .'respectfully." requested to call tad Wttfe. their .accounts.:-, Jacob" bound to hir the money, or bust his suspenders. - . C Our ciliteu.-i aai liiarehards who de tira Ut parchaso ievrilry and. silver v.are should tot fril t3 cmbraca fis earliest oppor tunity to. visit A vise's I'lioap w;cli and J."A"-; lry store5-' pp.osite the Mount Vernon llous-e, Philadelphia. They will Cnd him a gentle man in every partieul.tr, aral so have their wants su...

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. — 16 May 1855

r J 5 -' J i !! i i i.hiiii,h ii mi. pojr'j-ri !. i-w.'V'm'.-aiMiOT-'. frifjfiwu -V .- - -- . - ..-' - . - r - -. . -a -? f '. - ''-'"r'.''"L,r'"""," lis hi f f il mi. -t Hi 3i' tv; ft t- r.' i " - 1 i. ISI 1 It'.: P .3. - : r i i 1! ttv '. ti V I 4 ' i-;:;. inp!ar long:., ' . - NELLY V.' AS A LADY. , I"" T--n do MiSeWMppi Coatin', ; , . , ' tag time I trilbied ou de way, ! ' ' ju night 1 cotton wood a totin, V -..-'-' ' Eingiri for my true lub all de way. - - "? e'Jy it;1! "lady, la;? n:rt she died, ' bride. Toll da bell for lubly Se'.!,' ray la:k Yirginny's Sew I'm unhappy an' I'm wearyv ," ";, i t- Can't tolo'de cotton wool fco more, . East night while Ne'.Iy was a idcepia', ' ;. ti,, Death camo a fcaoekia' at de door. .. v n : - , ; Selly was a, lady, is.,' , . . I . "When I eaw ray NcJly ia do mora'w',' . blie smtlo. ti!l s'ae opened up iiur eye?,. . An' fSMued liko da lisrlit ob day adoraia', 55 ' '" ' Jn fu ? pn lagta.ti i-id. . . Ti) ; - . ; X-Hy vtat a la iyv Ac.. K I?Tn r4...

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 May 1855

is 4 ii - rrt- vr. COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvitikh. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MAY. 23, 1855. NO. 42 RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. ' "Be:.-. Jjses, Publisher. Per. annura, (payable in advar.ca.) SI 50 If pail withia the yoar, 2 00 No paper Mia vnlinuid until a!! arrearages are .paid. ;;. A filur3 to notify a disroii'inuanse at tho cxri f!oa of tho terra iubscribod fr, will be csnsider- fed a now en$st;nncr.t. xwfrn A GEM 1T20I TATeTT YOSIlTSIt. V extract from the projf-rhjot of 'A! derbrook." now in pross. by T-5-krir h. Co.. th? folln.rinjr tcMflitne 8t?n!s by Mrs. Ju s-)n to her mother, prsvion3 ta har voyr.jo irom this port a fcv.' years . go. li-jUo:i A'lis. r Giv ras my old seat, mother, Wbh my Levi npor. kece ; IVe through many a chnngin;; siene .. biuja thus I sal by thee. Oh ! let in? J'K-k !nt: thire eyea Their iiif.k, ):;, lrrin liht Falis lifcs n ir??a:a of holinos:), I pon r.y Lor-.rr to-nigh. . . I've not Loci i'ji;;; .way. mithor ; Fssw suns Lave ia? an ! ut sSinee !rtt a t?"r 'I...

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. — 23 May 1855

(5- i 5 ?! i TEE SAFTSMAS'S JQURSAL. C L b AK 1 I ITd , l'A., " WeineiJIay, Key 23, 1255. V. B Paly En's Anuerican Cetrspuper Aseency is removed from N. V.'. Corner of Third and Chcst ' nut S'rcHs: t Crown8 New Iron ISuilding, X. E. corner if Fifth ctiJ .hi-snut. Philadelphia. ' If vc hail stolen some of them, we hold tlierc ia nothing very wrong in stealing from a person who slculs trora a7. Centre Democrat. V'ti do, do we ? . Now, if you can point to a single sentence, that we have ever published, without credit, that has erainated from your cbJtt2 bead, wo will make you a present of the best hat at Oakford's. Do it if you dare ? And further, if we cannot point to ona of your papers,'' which, contains half a column of our items, then we'll plead guilty to your charge, and treat all the hands in your rSice to ice cream and regalias. Come up to the traugb. GOV. GABDINEli A"tfD JUDGE LOBING. The refusal cf Gov. Gi-nnixEr., cf Massachu setts, to sign the Li 11 passed by the Legislatur...

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 May 1855

u u ; THE jOURML. - .:-. . i-: " ; - - - "SVe call the attention f our resl-Tsto the carl of.Kooxs 1Ililian & Co , no 107 Sforth Third. Streetin another column. They are clever an'l iccoimuuiitig genlicicc, and tho9 Tfho bit j. from theai may rly upon t:c'.""S well treated. We advise our Aierchants when they visit the city ti give them a call. ' C7"TLe attention of wir citizens is called to the card of Tuoma Ro3Bi:.-s, ia another cc!nmn, who has on bands a large stock of o:nr and inicTttsting books. E"?"Thos .indebted ty Jacob Detp.ics, of Cnr.vensviile, arc respectfully requested to call and settle their acnmitj. Jacob's bound to btrj the Jjoney, or bust his supehdr3. Oiir citizens and-merchants who d tlrie to parch.iie jewelry and silver ware, should not l?-il to cr: brace ths earliest 01 por t.inity to visit A vice's che.ip "watch am! Jew elry store" cppo:te lhcMt?t Vernon House, Philadelphia'.. They v ill Cud him a gc.lle nsan in every particular, raid so have their v.nls su...

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 May 1855

r 3 i i- '! n -.1; Via 1 Pi w 4 Mi Ml m : -1 : -- HI THE FEAST OF ROSES. Now sunlight dies, and over The valley reigns delight, And happy ia the lover That wanders there.icIglit. , For CTery heart encloses, And old and young arise, ' To hail a feast cf Rosea. ; And bless it as it flies. Ko so-nd is heard bnt pleasure, .' No echo on tha gale, But music's varied mcasuro Along the happy vale. "For all that sense ean c:ve Each joy th.il earth can shew. Is lavished here to trove it, -The brighest spot below. - Tis said the world above c Is one Continued Sow, Cf joy w;th those that love us, IVrraj it r!57 bo o. But if this earth disrloaos He'igh s u -known elsewhere, 'Tis at the feast of K0303, W;'.Lin thy vale. Cashmere. Sgrinilfiirnl, - What Vejetablco are best for Stask. Dr. Djwov is a careful farmer. lie watches carefully the effect of his own methods of cul tivation, and the value of h crops, and tries to improve every roar by his own experience. JTa cannot fail to be emulous of impr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 May 1855

Hi 2 IV El a -,3T,5n ... it : , fT?i-nnTr?inV fW-i a c? a hi w J l ? vii w vU- O' V.- JLJ, li j tjj, .St-:-. .: - - - m - - -Xafct'R ,- v,.h fj p :-. . F . -.feS-iS w 1 I I W .5- ' ti.ii; ;:7 . ,t i-v ;: COilS A XI) TAKE MK. Duvivisa. 3- , 1. OLEARFiELD; WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1855. JW). 43 tv Lm I I - n lil; , -fif Jf.i 4ILu t i -r - II,! ! l II Jl .If 1 J U tf- 11 II 3 H ! 'Dtf-11 l I ft. J' fl 'If. II 11 EI 13 V -) ' , ... . v -, .-. '; .-. . RArTSntN'SJOUIlXAL. 'T'er.'anr.mn. ('pn yi'j5 in arij.e;.) 1 ' "If -p iM w'thin H. y!ir, 1 2 00 "I- papsr ttljjrjiitiiu!? 1 nnil ail arraaracs are paid,;-- - , , , ,. " . A f iHsre to not:fy i!i3inntinur.?c t the fxpi r'on of the !inn .iiil.?cri;e i fcr, will ic conaiit-r-lftisTen;'!.;itie.H. . f . ' i ; SO.'.IE PASSAGES IN" TIIK LIFE Si v-fc ? -rrvV ,i rT-V I.a!ii not gi'i - ?i re her 3 aa account of thought . of rny.forin.T pass iges with his. ous w.iru:e clileftl xns who lorded if, by turps, my- raifii.-.ji servKH;' t'lfv v.iH rj-p.-ar in my ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 May 1855

X S m nmmtv num. CLE A-R. FIE L D, 1 A. , "WevlnsslayIay 33, 1333. V. B Palm Er's .4 turn raw ifnmptrjxr Asr'ency Is removed from X. W. Corner of Third and Chest nut wtreets; to Crown's New Iron Building, N.'E. r !"-1 i Tl : 1.. .1 .-1-I. : LETTEH. FROM DR. EKECKLNRIDGE. In another column will be found an able and eloquent justification of the American Part-, Loth as to its organization and its object, from the pen of that eminent Presbyterian Divine, ReV. Da. Bp.rckcsEiDGE of Kentucky. We bespeak, for it a careful and attciitivo pe rusal. . .. i.-i' : ' Qy Geaham's Magazine, lor June has been received. nd is one of the very best numbers ever issued. ' We earnestly advise those of our readers who are not possessed of this ex cellent periodical,to subscribe at once. Price, S3.U0 per annum. Published by A. II. See, 100 cWsnrtt S. Philadelphia. We will furn ish it and the Journal, for one year, at $3,53. THE VIRGINIA ELECTION. : Tli election in Virginia occurred on Thurs day last, but ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 May 1855

call the attention of our readers to tbe card of Kooss IIzixxax it Co , io 107 North Third Street, in another cclnmc. Thev ars clever arid accommodating gentleman, arid those who buy from them may rely rpon being well treated. We advise onr merchants when they visit lb.2 city to give them a cull. ,XTThe attention of our citizens is called to the card of Thomas K033IX3, In another eolumn, who ha3 on hands a large stock of LCWkn i interesting book. ' feV"Tho3 indebted to J.AC03 Detrick; of Curvrcnsviile, ara respectfully requested .to call aud settla their accounts. Jacob's bound to hive the ruoiny, cr buat his suspenders. . Our citizens and merchants who de airs to parch ise jev.-vlry and silver ware, sLouid not fail to embrace the earliest oppor tunity lo visit Avisr's cheap "watch and Jew elry store'' opposite the Mount Vernon House, Philadelphia. They wii! find hint' a ger.tle raan ia every particular, and so have their wai.ts so-ppiied at a lower price than at any other establish...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 May 1855

u 11 If "1 If I ,Y.hen lovers ire wooing and eooing, - -. .. j -Pursuing jFuine woman for wife, . . .'Is . : Sought is idlatight 'jt the storm that is brewing, Vo biicj cloaly wea'ber for lifel --. . ; . . tat those who have gathered ll.e uswera Vrom the foolf-ll of Cupi-J that spring, .. Kaoir there grow in Hymeueal bowers, 1 barns. iicuJcs and briars that sling. lie wears ucver wooer wS truer : ' .'' Sho co7s allows t.ot a beau ... To be near, or p pear a ought to her. Save, on that she slightly m y know; Sat those rrho are by wheu they sigh, - Ar.l uracil lit lo perjuries m;ke, : " ' -'"'."' Can't coneeire Lot these lovers can lio Under suck heavy inists of mistake Their style cf exclusive devotion ' " ' " la all very well in its way Bet til. very unsociable notion They find." after Biarringc, "don't pay.' My- drUg"x will last for a while ' Fr a whiie be at intervals kissed ; -JJrii though parted by many a mil. It w rarely that Mi-lam is Missed. Tliis -paying atMrews' possesses A...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 June 1855

1 m J0L:::1 j:0.vl-i :io$i".:w ;:-. ' '-r: - '- ' - '-'- i -'' h ' ...-'. ,. --'.;',' ' '"' , .'. '.',' .. -'J. . .V' - - Y.".' .VVY- '-';"':' ; .,.'- -?L V V'-- -""f . :j: - ; : COIE: ACT TAIIH ME. DrviviKs. Tj' -'-:' ' ' ll-:Y'"'. ' '" - -- ""' '''-V"' ' ' -,.; f .-7--?-- :i .: 2 c-- - :-i - ' ,KAPTS3IAN'.S JOURJt'Al.. .1 ,.?:'' J-liijjm. Publisher. '-" j Perr anntjrn, nnable in advenes.) ' SI ?0 . '-ff paid srithln-lWyVir-.-i "-f- "- 2 00"; ! No-paper dissoctinvel tntili all attciik.g',-3 aid paid.iT. 1 :'' -.::..!;." i;.'-. ' --'-7 ; ; t:A failure lo notify a disj-TOtiuuanr at ihr expi-i ration, cf the. term subscribed for, will-bo cuaiider Vd a new engagsa:ut, ; ...;., -;. . . - , .. a on 11 -.-.it : QXJC.BV ONE. ; ..:,0nc by oat! tUe sa.Dda are flowing, . One tr oris the :nouiotiia fall; ? i: ..Some art coming, somo are gvlc, . .. do not. strive to grasp them all. - .- One by one thy duties wait the'e, . . f iJ.-.--iLct thy wbolo strcnjjtb go to eu-jU, .; ( Let no futuro drc.n...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 June 1855

'i 3 ) I f : 1 i 'A u a i i I I ,-f f 2 i il it. jr i; i I 4 h 1 '1 s . .'a IV? 1 'I 1 HI 1 1 I- If! if ! n K i I -1 : H'-f 6 i i !I! lAffSIIAO JOMUAL CLEARFIELD, PA., Wedneilay, Jnno 6, 1S53. V. B Palvkk .4 -- r -im. rtri paper Ageeuey Is removed freia X. W. Corner of Third and Chest nut Streets. t Brawn New Iroa Building, X. E. corner of Fifth and Chesnut, Philadelphia. The Fourth, of July. Various towns are already racking preparations for celebrating this day. Can not the editors in the Juniata vallev do some thing in that tine. Suppose we all suspend opera- iioni that week, meet at Tyrone or some other suit able place, strike for the woods in Clearfield or Elk, and camp out three or four days, each doing, as he lists fish, hunt, kill snakes, Ae.? We're ready. Lewistown Gazette. Decidedly good idea. Come on, and we'll give you a glorious reception. You can catch, "as many trout, kill as many snakes, and cap ture as much jame in a three days' hunt in this "neck of woods," as will...

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. — 6 June 1855

13a EHE: JOURNAL t0 EF We call the attention of our readers to the card of Kooi-s - Heixmax & Co , no 107 2forth Third Street, in another column. They re clever and accommodating gentlemen, and those Trho bay f roru them may rely upon being well treated. TTe advise our nierehants when tkey riit the. city to giro them a call. ." 'G'The attention of onr citizens is called to the. ccd of Thomas Bobbins, in another , " olunsn,' who has on Lands a large stock of aew and . Interesting booJcsV , s"':i ETfcose indeUted to Jacob Detbick, of Ourwensville, are respectfully requested to call acd settlo their accounts. Jacob's bound in bare the money, or bust his suspenders. rXF"" Our citizens and merchants who de sire to purchase jewelry and silver ware, should not fail to embrace the earliest oppor tunity ft) visit Avise's cheap "watch and Jew ly store" opposite the Mount Vernon llouse, Philadelphia. They will find him a gentle man in every particular, and sd have their Wants supplied at a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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