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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 February 1862

X THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 19, 1862. Time of Can leaving Tyrone Station. GOISQ EAST. Fast Line, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. OOINO WEST. Express, 6.40 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P. M Court. The March session of our Courts will commence on Monday the 17 th day of the month. " Lost by' a lady on Saturday a-weefe, half yard of black cotton velvet." The finder will confer a favor by leaving the same at this office. - New Postoffice. A postoffice has been established at Ncwburg, Chest township fn this county, called IIurd," and G. Tozer, Jr., appointed Postmaster. EooM3.'-We have been informed that peti tions are circulating in this county for the e ; rect inc- of a boom at Jersey Shore. Persons interested will please note the fact. Godet's Lady's Book. We have received the March number of this much admired Book Godey furnishes more and better engravings than any other Magazine published. No ladv should be without it. Notice. All persons desirous of obtaining Tavern Licenses ...

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. — 19 February 1862

the mwt 1! pi I Svf W I- m a .1 : 1. i.- CLEARFIELD, FEB. 19, 1862. We bate delay ; yet it makes us wise. A man may "get along" without advertizing so can a wagon-wheel without greasing, but it goes hard. Spare that you may speed ; fast that you may fast ; labor that you may lire ; and run that you may rest. England gave refuge to Benedict Arnold ; wby should she not welcome to ber shores liessrs. Mason and Slidell ? "Artemua Ward, la bis humorous lecture, speaks of the peace party of the North as a 'pitiful set of white-livered wretches, fit for nothing but to carry peppermint drops to Gen. Price." A writer in an English paper is very indig nant that "the ladies are always drunk last" at convivial gatherings. What would the writer expect 1 They are certainly the last we should like to see drunk. Ad Irishman remarked to his companion on aeeing a lady pass ; "Pat, did you ever see a woman so thin as that before 1" "Thin," re plied the other, "botberashion, I seen a woman aa thin as t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 February 1862

V i- t. " IHi MBC flit it I 1C rl y m M M um . p r p .'II h . M I H H M h t W W t BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1802, YOL. 8.---N0. 20. ! II li "GOD BLESS YOU." How sweetly ound those holy worj3,, Those happy words "Ood bl& you . With joyous thrill they ever fill The hours that distress you. You sadly press the hands of tho?e Who loringly caress you ; And soul response boat) i to soul, In breatMnsout HJod bless you !" ronrmofher, in tho days that were, Would earnestly address you, With many an admonition kind, And breathe aloud, '"Ood bless you !'' "(Jo forth into the world, my boy, And should its cares distress you, .Remember that thy mother's prayer Is ever this "12 od bless you !:' "And when the sands of life are run, And leath's cold hand doth press you Remember, through his risen Son, God evermore will bless you." 4 NEW STORY OF REBEL RASCALITY. THE SUFFERINGS OF A MAN OF 8IXTT. tthe New York Tribune says : Wo havo re ceived a icngthy, elaborately-w...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 February 1862

I M-1 t Y i! $1 ; 11 -til it '1 I it l" 3 : M v,t -ft? BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., FED. 26, 1862. Telegraph around the Globe. Senator Lane's proposition to the Senate is one to make a man take his breath and stare. It has tbe sanction of the Military Committee, and is nothing less than a telegraph from Paris to San Francisco, passing through St. Petersburg and Moscow, across the European boundary into tho cold countries of Siberia, running in to Tartarr, and passing tbe northern boundary of tbe great Chinese empire, joins tbe Amoor river, and keeps along the shores of the Ok hotsk sea, and through the wild province of Tckutcb, until it passes from Asia into the narrow waters of Behring's Strait, embraces tbe Western Continent, on the bleak shores of .Northern Russian America, crosses, the penin sular territory abore Prince William's Sound, pauses in Sitka, tbe capital of the Russian province, runs along tbe coast to Vancouver's Island, from thence to Oregon, and over, the gol...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 February 1862

(i tare, 1 sm Auris THE JOUEML. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 26, 1862. Time of Carl lea7ins Tyrone Station. ooiko east. Fast Lino, 9.17 P- M. Mail Train, 11.55 A M. ooiva WEST. 5.40 P. M Express, C 40 A. M. Mail train. Leboi," your communication haaunavoid ably been crowded out. AHr-CTATtD. We have been informed that Jamel Glenn, uo was wounded In the battle at Dranesvllle, had hia leg amputated several daya since. He was a member ot Captain E. A. IrTln'a company. BoRoroa Elcctiox The follows narncd persons were elected on Friday the 21st Inst : Justice of the Peace, John Shugart j Consta ble, JohnGuelicb; Assessor, Frank Short School Directors, Geo. Thorn, Michael Kittle barger. Wm.Biglcr; Overseers of Poor, A. M. Hills, A. C.FJn'an ' Judge of Elections, JZenrr Stono; Inspectors, John Troutman, R. ' Wallace, Kr- High Constable, David Johns -ton; Burgess, G. L. Reed Town Council, .John M'Pherson, J. C. Whitehill; Auditor, William V. Wright. . How to go to Sleep. .No doubt theru are . many ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 February 1862

CLEARFIELD, FEB. 26, 1862. COERESPONDENCE OF THE "JOURNAL." Camp Campbell, Washington, D. C. . February 15th, 1862. f Editor Journal : Dear Sir : Although you hare bad communications from many of the camps of the Pennsylvania volunteers now in the U. S. Service, I have not been any from this camp, and will therefore intrude upon your columns to let your readers know what we are doing down here and what wc expect to do. This regiment (the 4th Pa Cavalry) is com posed of two companies from Pittsburg ; two irom - Westmoreland co ; four from Vanango (in one of which are a few from Clearfield); one from Lebanon and one from Luzerne ; be sides a squadron which has been for some time detached from the regiment. Our camp is on "Meridian Ilill," about two miles to tho north of the city, on the seventh street road. There is a very fine view of the city from the camp, and of the river below as far as Alexandria. The regiment has been here since October .the last company belonging to it, having...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 March 1862

BY S. J. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 18B2. '' VOL. 8.-TO. 27. A UNION SONG Now "Abe" has got his tools to work, Good wedges, nxe. and maul. He'll make the rebels, like the trees, Before his axe to fall . A wedge, or two, already in, He'll drive both hard and well. And er'rr blow that Lincoln strikes A loyal tale will tell The tools ho uses are the men Gone forth to battle bold ; To cbase Rebellion from the land. And still their birthright hold ! Yhich birth right from their Fathers came, When struggling to repel The tyrant's power, that once was sway'd In vain, their hearts to quell ! TLosa Patriots fired with noble zeal, Presa'd on through fire and blood ! And as the Victors of the field At length they proudly stood ! 'Twas Liberty they fought for then. The eait.se is now the same ; Then strike! bold freemen of the North, Be worthy of your fame ! For you are like the forest trees, You've lived amonj so long ; The hardy pine, tha spreading oak. The "hick'ry" tough and s...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 March 1862

YfflM UhWT xttsmm's feral BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 5, 1862. THE U. S. NOTE LAW. The following condensed transcript of this important law, as it passed both Houses of Congress and- received the signature of the President, will doubtless give a better idea of what it contains than a publication of its for mal prorisions hence we prefer it. The law authorizes the issue of $150,000,000 of United States notes, of not less than fire dollars each, payable to bearer at the Treasury, without interest, and said notes may be rc-is-sued as the public interests require. Fifty millions of . the notes are to be in lieu of the demand notes now in circulation, which latter are to be taken up as rapidly as possible, and the aggregate of both kinds in not to exceed $150,000,000. The new notes are made lawful money and a legal tender ia payment of all debts, public and private, within the United States, except for duties on imports, and for interest on bonds and notes payable by the Uni...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 March 1862

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH, o, 1862. lime of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. OOINO KA8T. Fast Line, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. O0INQ WEST. Express, 6.40 A. M. I Mail train. 5.40 P. M The Weather. During the past week the weather ha,s been quite changeable. On Mon day last it rained nearly all day, whilst on Tuesday it was cold and freezing and snowing a little most of the day. Hocse BcRNT.-tYe learn that the house of Robert Neeper of Tike township, con aumed by fire on Friday night.February 23th. We have not heard the full particulars but we believe that Mr. X. also lost most of his household effects. The America Awic-Hr.-Tbe March number ot this vauabte agricultural journal has been received, and contains many good aoggcutions. We recommend it to the favorable consideration of our farmer friends. Price, $1 a year. Address, O. Judd, 41 Park Row, New York. 1 'Severely Injured. We have been informed that Samuel Edmondson of Covington town ship, had both his arms broken, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 March 1862

A Hi I ' : 3 4 1 A Map of J C01UMBUS 1 DV- SrLKTOlft A 5 W k 0 ff- 1 aXAyiijAsMjrto " .HW,"s , . S S JfTR.Y a cAtEDoN.AlJr "j&s LXI 5 fkr-Os. X -c" A A0vrvW TT l 1 1 f . r, 6 johnsTlle ( vTx alsnv- ' :---5i!j V le&anok t W 5,;oT ' Lik 7. L-i THOMfsoN ; i CO M r- RIPLEY I j Vf'aSUaJt. r ' "VHTSVMiA 4f MISSI SSI PPI if A TA Jp0U m ! vS J ,0p wwil , . SCALE OF MILES J7 f j go zo ao HO BO 75 300 j CLEARFIELD, MARCH 5, 1862 COREESPOJTDEJTCE OF THE "JOURNAL." FiiiLirsECKO, Centre connty.Pa., ) February 2ith,18C2. Mr. Kow : As it is seldom that anything appears in your columns of the sayings and doings of this "Alpine village" of the cloud capped peaks of the Allegheny's, I conclud ed I would inform you that the town stjll ex ists, and is fast throwing off that ancient look it has so long worn. Some tine brick build ings Lave been built recently ; and we can toast of a hotel, built last summer, that is the 'Continental" of this "neck of timber." A nother one, J understand, is in co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 March 1862

Mu ... -n "if BY S. J. BOW. CLEARFIELD. PA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 18G2. VOL. 8.--NO: 28. WHY CAN'T I HAVE A BEAU ! 0 dear ! 0 dear ! there's just one thing I'd truly love to know-- . Why can t I have like other girls, A young and handsome beau ? There's SalKe Jones, and Nattie Smith And frecH Susie Grow, A trio like the Ciorgon Maids, Yet each one has a beau ! f?ut here's poor me, a.s fair a flower As ever chanced to blow My winning voice and sweet beguiles All fail to catch a beau ! I dress as neat and smile as sweet . As any girl I know. Yet. as I live, I do believe , I'll never get a beau ! I'm always found in best attire, Wherever gents may go. Yet not one chap in all the lot Asks we to be my beau ! Confound such men. such silly dolfs How very dull and low. To stand and look, to grin and squint Afraid to be a beau ! Just list to me, ye gawky clowns. , Now don't you fully know. That you should be. each one of you, Some fair young lady's beau ? Then brush your teeth, and oil your...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 March 1862

A s 3 ft ! Ml 1ST f si si !1: i!i .1 ' if gafismait's f flitrnal. r Y 3i vJ -'if.ft. .. ; .t: '"A.;-ii BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 12. 1862. Make a Note of it. The Pro-Slavery De mocracy at tho last election supported for President John C. Breckinridge, who is now a rebel General, and for Vice President Joe Lane, whose preferences arc for the rebels. Tho more moderate portion of the Democ racy, (or Douglas wing), supported tor Vice President ITershel V. Johnson, who is now Attorney General of Jeff Davis' rebel Cabinet. The "Union" party, whose platform was the "Constitution," supported (or President John Bell, now a rank Tennessee Secessionist. Thus, it would appear, that Abraham Lin coln and Hannibal Hamlin constituted the only entire loyal ticket for President and Vice President, and that the Republicans were the only party who did not vote for a Secessionist at the late Presidential election. Some of the men who supported Secession ists and whose hearts are still wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 March 1862

i THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH, VI, 1862. Time of Can leaving Tyrone Station. GOING EAST. Fast Line, 9.17 P. M. Mai! Train, 11.55 A. M. GO! NO WEST. Express, 6.40 A. M. Mail train, 5.40 P. M f! z Killed. Oa the 27th Feb., Wm. Ralston of Boggs tp., was so badly hurt by a falling tree as to cause his death in a few hours. His age was nearly 18. lie is a son of T. Ralston. Rrx Off. One day last week, Frank Bar rett, son of Judge Barrett of this place, was severely Injured by being thrown oat of a sleigh, the horso which he was driving having run away. Frank had his hip knocked out of place, besides receiving sowe other severe in juries. The sleigh was so ranch broken as to be worthless. . Fay Up. I'1'0 ,ute County Treasurer, G.B. CJoodJander, would respectfully call the atten tion of twenty-two Merchants in Clearfield county, to the fact that they have thus far failed to pay him their License for 1861, and that he was compelled last November to pay the full amount of such Licens...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 March 1862

the iifi bumm mmwm I '1 if 1 f,. It If CLEARFIELD, MARCH 12, 1862. Coitof Transportation for the TJ. 8. Army. The following ia a statement of all the bills presented by railroad companies, lor transpor tation of the United States Army, from April 1, 1861, to Erbruary 1, 1862 : Allegheny Valley Railrcad Co. $1,302 28 Androscoggin and Kennebec 7,084 80 Annapolis and Elk Ridgo 5,780 00 Baltimore and Ohio 567,922 55 Boston and Worcester 10,01163 Boston and Western 24 00 Buflalo, New York and Erio 3,584 00 Buffalo and State Lino 43 88 Boston and New York Express Co. 14 16 Boston and Providence 18,169 60 Cleveland and Pittsburg 105,852 00 Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 1,138 00 Camden and Am boy 48,110 70 Cincinnati and Chicago Air Line 10,103 00 Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati 77 00 Cleveland and Toledo 9,232 43 Central Ohio - 3f bi Cleveland and Mahoning 5 96 i Cumberland Valley 62,661 00 Connecticut River 25,611 30 Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton 1 40 Columbus, Piqiia & Indi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1862

1 BY S. J. EOV. CLEARFIELD, PA, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1862. VOL. 8.AT0. 20. THE MOTHER'S CONSOLATION. My babe ii dead, but memory brings That happy moment now, . When first with fond parental pride, 1 gazed upon its brow. A rratofDl heart was in my breast ; A new born feeling there ; And from that welling fount of love, There flowed a mother's prayer. 'That i'i my babe, our God in love, To me had kindly given, Might be a star to light my path. When all soouiei false but heaven. But. oh! alas! my hopes were crushed, And gunless grew life's sky Diaease had plucked tho rose of health, And doomed my babe to die. Again a prayer was on my lips : My heart was in tho prayer : Thou, God, who little children blessed, O, spare my babe ! 0, spare !" A "still email voice'' in whispers said , 'Lct not your heart be riven : lie calls your babe, who eaid, 'Of such, The kindotnjis of heaven.' " " Thy will bo done.' 0 God,"' I cried, "In tbee my trust shall be ! Make thou my babo a holy tie, To bind ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1862

THE Raftsman's $mmtaL Via BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA., MARCH 19. 1862. THE SAME OLD GROWL. The editors of the Clearfield Republican poor fellows are again in trouble. They aro greatly exercised in mind at the coarse of Hon. John Fatton, Member of Congress from this District, on the War question. Gen. Pat ton cot only persists in doing all in his power to crush oat tho wicked rebellion at the South, but he refuses, it seems, to reiterate the old thread-bare promises of the Breckinridge De mocracy not to injure, in anyway, either the feeMngs, consciences or property of the Iat ter's dear brethren awav down in Dixie. He oven went so far as to vote aye on the motion to lay the so-called Ilolman resolution on the table, on the 3d inst. This is a source of par ticular anxiety to onr neighbors over the way, for it seems in this Gen. Fatton refused to repeat" a "declaration" almost "identical with the resolutions f Mr. Crittenden at the extra session," which they say were adop "ted by...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1862

the THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH, 19, 1862. Time of Car leaving Tyrone Station. GOING EAST. T..)t:.. o 17 P. M. I Mail Train, 11.55 A M. GOING WEST. ' Eipress, 8.40 A. M. 1 Mail train, 5-40 P. M Arbf-STED. We learn that a man Darned Ad am Keith was arrested at Cberry-Tree, several waekg since, on a charge of lifting and break ing open letters belonging to other persons. He i3 cow In Pittsburg jiil awaiting trial. We hit received the "Bulletin of the 8Uh Regiment Pa. Vol.," which was issued by the printers of the regiment, whilst in Martins burg. Persons wishing to write to the soldiers are requested to direct, S4tb Penn'a ol., care of Col.TVra. G. .Murray, Afartinsburg, ir ginia, Via Hagjtojvn Promoted. Lieut. W. Ross Hartshorn, of company K, ha been promoted to the position of Adjutant of the 1st Rifle regiment. Lieut. Hartshorn ha for some time past been attach ed totbe "Signal Corps of Observation," and will bo gladly welcomed back to the '.'Bucktall Regiment," by his nume...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 March 1862

MkWT mm CLEARFIELD, MARCH 19, 1862. AND IT3PECULIAE1TIE3. From the New Yoric Tribune No one ttbo knows the American people can fail to be convinced that tht main reason why eo many of our loyal and patriot!. citi zens are avers to sanction acy measures for getting rid of Slavery is that the true charac ter of tbe institution is very imperfectly un derstood by those who are personally strangers to its practice and effect. Could tbe thing it self be once clearly seen in its naked deformi ty, there is Dot an honest or even a moderate ly decent man in the Republic, outside of the vast pecuniary interests and influence which sustain Slavery where it exists, who would not unhesitatingly raise bis voice or give his vote to hurry it to swilt destruction, as a curse, a stigma, and a sLatne to Christian civilization. Ent tbe public mind of tbe Free States has been so artfully mystified by phrases, and de nials, and protestations, and all manner of special pleadings and sophistical cant, that ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1862

AfJitf ill BY S. J. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1862. VOL. 8.--iST0. 30. :1 1 THE MAN OF BTEZL. In days when old Democracy Ruled in place of powers that Bo, Tbere lived a Minuter ot War Vhose fame dm been recorded far , A man f W, f , A fox at tome, a knave In Stats, With ready hand to Operate, And much from Httlft to Create, And canning to canctal. A man with weighty cares annoyd V that great sohemer, John B. Floyd, He fingered light at the public puree And then went on from bad to worse : Stole U. S. arms and many a keel : Robbed the mints ofthe Commonweal ; Robbed all with whom he had to deal, And when ho had no more to steal, lie stole himself awwy ! Then straight to Dixie's Land he went. With wrathful mood and soul intent, To bear Fecessia's battle brunt Th' invader's onset to confront. Itut war he found to be no sport When death around him held iU court, And cannon belched tbeir loud report That Donrlson was not his forte, And so he stole away. Whither has fld t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1862

THE Raftsman's Journal. BT SAMUEL J. HOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 20, J8G2. What Does it Mean T The .editor of the Clearfield Republican in their issue ol list week assert that "Lincoln and Hamlin were the can " didatea of a purely sectional party" section al in "location," "principles" and "platform" a party, who "could vot find" a "Southern" man "u fid would accept the nomination" and then they proclaim, with apparent boastiag, that if "Breckinridge" (or either of the other candidates) had been elected, the "result ' would have saved the Union"! What does this cry ot "Sectional party" who couldnft get a "Southern" man for a candidate mean 1 And what are wo to understand by the procla mation, that if "Breckinridge" had been elec ted the "result would hare saved the Union" ? The only inierence we can draw is that the editors of the Republican still lure their pet, IJreckinridge, and "thank their God" that in Iiiru they bad a "Southern" man tor a candi date, whom they still admire" an...

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