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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1862

filial, THE' JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH, 26, 18C2. Tims of Car leaving Tyroae Station. GOINO EAST. Jasi Lino, 9.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. aoisa west. Express. 6.40 A. M. 1 Mail train, 5.40 T. M Crowded oct the letter of our correspon dent 'Lcrol." Will appear next week. Acknowledgment Our thanks are due to lion. John Patton, for (several valuble public documents. Also, to Messrs. Hall sad Early, fur several public favors. Rafting, ETC.-Kafting as brought to a stand about the middle of last week on ac count of low water, the weather having set in cold enough to prevent the snow from melting ufheieut to keep up streams. Several la chesoi mow tell on Friday, which melted a great deal, but there is still enough lying in tho woods to make a good rafting flood the weather being favorable. On Tuesday nicrn jr.g tho ground was froze hard, and continued quite cold during the day. A Fight at Winchester. Uy tho following il it-patch to Hon. G. K.Barrett, wo learn that the fifth Reg...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 March 1862

CLEARFIELD, MARCH 26, 1862. Gem. Popk'i Adtakce. The march of Geo. Fops from Commerce to New Madrid was one of the moat difficult moremeota ot the present war. For a fortnight paat hear? slege-gnna bar been abipped from Mound City by boat to Commerce, which bare been dragged over land from tbat point to Gen. Pope's position In the rear of and near New Madrid. The ronda are, just now, as all roada are in Spring, deep and heavy In this part or the country be yond eonoeption. From six to twelre horses bare been required tor each piece, and with thia force tbe progresi has been alow, tho sticking In mud-boles and sloughs innumera ble. Added to these difficulties, was tbe bos tiliry of tbe half-barbarous butternut natlres, indigenous to the swamps of Southeastern Mis souri. The entire march of Gen. Fepe from Commerce to bis present position, is one un paralleled for its difficulties and hardships. Many days, when marching from daylight nntii late at night, tbe column . would not adrance ...

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. — 2 April 1862

II I 1 IB; iiimi 7 1 by s. j. now. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1862. VOL 8.-AT0. 31. 4jI ItWI i! nil i It) UJ J-W I .1 LEAD L07E We are face to face, acd between us hero Is the love we. thought woulU neer die , Why has it oiilv liveU y:,r ho has tuurdereJ it-) " l No matter who-the was done, l',y one or both. lt 1)03 Ihe smile from ti-.e I:p M forever gono, Ati.i darken iJ ov?r the beautitul ejes, Our Iovb is &!&, aud cur hope is wrecked ; j-o what doa it profit to tit Ik and rare, VhefhT it perished by my uegleet, Vr through you it t"oui;ci a grave. A SECESHrrJARTSH-Iu OUTWITTED, or now jack niiLLirs ktcovehed a mclc. II the stories of" incidents and adventures current in any of the tiiinie rous camps, in the neighborhood of Seceslidom could be collected in book form, the' wmld make a very read able work. I may send you a string of such as are afloat in our lei.jn, at some future time; at the present, 1 will relate one which came to my knowledge a few djys since. S...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1862

the mmtu Raftsman's Journal. m$Jh b1 tlx Br SAUCEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD. PA.. APRIL 2, 1862. Rich to hear a petty ore an ol the old cor rupt Buchanan and Floyd dynasty charging others with heiug "disunionists" and a '-rob her band." Nothing like keeping np appear auce. Thanks to Capt. Eaicssov. A resolution of thank to Mr. Ericsson was adopted by the House of Rep eaentutivea of the United States, on the 2 th f March, for his skill and energy bhoun In nuking lite Monitor. CjI. Wyndhiiui. icli two battalions of the lot New Jersey C ivalry, made a recotmois en nee beyond Dran.-sville, where he discover ed three Rebel camps upon which he charged, driving the occup intt Into the woods, and cap turing tun men and two horses. One ot them is said to be a Colonel, although he denies thd fict, and all are Texatis. Postmaster General Bhiir.has issm-d a notice to his d-puties in the different States, in structing t!im to notify the publishers of ni'wsp.ipera not t' publish any fact hlch has been ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1862

JTJIE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, FA., APRIL, 2, 1862. lixaa of Cars 1 aiaj Tyrone inoa. ajis'u last. . Fast Line, fx press. 9.17 1. M. Mail Train, 11-55 A. M GOINO WEST. 6.40 A. M. Mail train, 5 40 T. M la jail B. Stuniph. NodouU "Jake" will mako an excellent j ii!or. Tub 'weatber waa quite wiJiterish on o urdar and Sunday. Several indies "I "u" and sleet fell, but it has all disappeared. Moved toMorrisdaU uur frienu Geo. Klc1" nr-J. Head hi. advertisement in another col un)ii. Wo would adv.se- our friends lo call with George when they got i-w il "neck of the wojd." . ' the Bitot Uue-ieJ Lmds, winch are to be sold lr tu i" " "10 21 '",-y - 5 cuoaequeafV - ,jCli of uur "M,jl v'r"-0' ' reading matter. We wrl endeavor to tuaiie amends ntit wet-It. IltCss Ucknt. Wo learn l at tho house of Jul) a GearBait of Bradford lot iioiiip, was bum to ihe ground, w itli ueai ly all its contents, ou Friday tliu ill .March. The tiro originated iu the rcu), by sparks tailing on it innn the cLiaim-y, iu wlno...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 April 1862

s Til IITOIIW X ..'! X4 1 if. S'l TEK3IS OF THE JOURNAL. The Raftsman's Journal is published on Wed nesday at 51,50 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, 52,00 will be charged. Advertisements will be inserted at 51,00 per square of 12 lines for three or less insertions. For every additional insertion 25 cents will bocharg d. A deduction will ba made to yearly adver tisers. . 5o subscription taken for n shorter time than six months, and no paper will bo discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of tie publisher. S. J. HOW. COU.NTY DIRECTORY. TIME OF HOLDING COURT. 2d Monday in January, 3d Monday in June. 3d ' ia March, 1 4th " in Sept'm'r, Cf each year, and continue two weeks if necessary. COUNTY AND DISTUCT OFFICERS. Frej't Judge Hon. Samuel Linn, Bellefonto. As'te Judges Hon. J. I). Thompson, Curwensvillo Hon. James Rlooui, Forrest Sheriff. . . . Edward Perks, ClearfioM Frotb.notary,'John L. Cuttle, Reg. fc Reo. . James Wriglcy. Iii...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1862

J it ! cjy BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1862. .VOL. 8AT0. ,. Ij n""To"DS. AUornev . L.w. 1-ndW - . Pr..f.SMon.il huein rii "-- H o cuorcli p,iv.iA?''Carweu!ri'ir!e C1,ear D I J CF.ASS. Attorney at Law and Tlcnl Estate V A-renf-Viai field. a. 02U-0 adjoining hi xaiJenct. on Second street. May IB. tt' 31 M'CULLOl'GII. Aft.iTmjj at Lsw Clear V. field. Pa. O&ce, with L. .1. Cracs. Esq., on Second Street. July 3, 1851. -IX7ILLIAM A. WALLACE. Attorney at Law. Clearfielii. Pa. OSct, adjoining his reel det.se on t-'econi street Sept. I. I) OBEUTJ. WALLACL. Attorney at Law. Clear V; field. Pa Office n Shaw's hew row. Market street, o?'''9 Naugle's .-ewtdry store. May 'in. HF. XAUHLE. WctcL and Clock Maker, and dealer in Watches. Jewelry. Ac. Koum in sirah.-.ta s rirv, Market street. Xov. 10 ALT! SALT 1! S LT !!! A prime arti do c f ground alutn salt, put up in f atent saiKs. atSj -'' peracK, at the cheap cash ftorenf yor-mWr 'J7. 11. M 'SS'.'l. Hit:Uh. O'Jl'i.. Atio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1862

Tan wrsEMtro MtraRAL ffiaftsimm's limtnal. 1 SSgSSsaf- VfiB BY SAMCEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA., APRIL 0, W62. Tbc DEMocaiCT and Pasktk iBrownlow. The Democrats in the Ohio X,egklaturaf 'last 'week, refused to sllow'theoso of the 'Legisla- 'tire Hall of that State to "Parson tBrowrilow of "Tennessoe,kfor'ttie.purpofle of delivering a lec tare oe thesubject-ofthe rebellion. TheDcm 'mucratic leaders everywhere aeeni determined 'to choke off all-speakera, of force and courage who propose' (o discuss the present rebellion, (the amej,.aof.partizana having refused the Hall of the House ofRepriwentativesof Penn'a 'to Wendell Philips), nd7t,lbut a few brief months since, the watchword wf'thep;political leaders was, "Free Speech and a Free iPres," 'for the reason, as the said, that "Error may be "preached with impunity, if truth is left free - to combat It," however, when Brownlow wishes to "preach" Union " truth" in opposi tion to Secession "error," these sympathisers, by their votes, manlies...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1862

m&mw THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., APKIL 9, 1862. Time of Can l?avin? Tyrone Station. 80ISO BAST. Past Lint, 8.17 P. M. Mail Train, 11.55 A. M. GOINO WCST. ipress, g.40 A. M. I Mail train. 5.40 P. M Watches ahb jWEtKT.-LachIin & Tloles hare opened a new watch and jewelry itoto in. thla place. See their advertisement. Xtw Goods By reference to oar advertis ing columns it will be seen that J: P: KralJr ia Just opening a fresh suppVy of Spring toed, which be will sell at prtceso suit the times. CL0THI50.-Under the broad of "X" tcrtisemcnts , we this week- PbHh Reizen stein Bro's &Co's adve.tlsement. Give them . call and examine tbeir Block of clothing. Bcriid atIjIhTis11 learn from Sorgeon-Genexal Jf.II. Smith's-report, that among the corpsea he brought from Winches ter Is that of Ilamertdaugh, of Philrpsburg. which, with the others that he brought from Virginia, was buried at Harrisbarg. Rxttixg, etc A large numbertf rafts pas sed down the river the latter part of Inst wee...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 April 1862

the CLEARFIELD, APRIL 9, 1862. Prtnticiaxa. It affords Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, peculiar delight to get oft' witticism at the expense of the rebels. Here are a few ot his latest : When Slidell was arrested on the Trent he- made what seemed a des perate attempt t' throw himself into the sea through a hole not half o large as his body. But,' aaya Pren tice, prrtfaps he felt small enough to crawl through any hole. The roods compare the Monitorto an enormous cheese box on a plank. We don't think they will-care to nib ble much more around it. We think thafthe Mourtor hn a fair claim to the title -so long and so proudly worn by the "'frigale'Consti tution "Old Ironsides." The re Ik; I have tr..ide nrpaPmany infernal machines that won't explode. Their rebellion, however, 'U an infer nal machine that will. It Brt-nii singular that the fierce fliin, in the bosoms of some ot our charming Tehel wuiuou does not set the lr-c Mtoti' on Ere. Curtis has driven PHco Out of Mis souri 'and...

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 April 1862

BY S. J. KOW. CLEAmELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APEIL 16, 1862. VOL. 8.-NO. 33. PEOrESSPNAL 4 BTSHfEgf CABM. . .. Tow. Indiana, l'a II 'CH. Ph vsrrus , Curwonsville, Clcar unty, i'enn'a. May 14. D o. CROI field coun Lj cRAys, Attorney at inw ana iveni estate jient. Cioarfield, Pa. Office adjoining his residence, on Second street. May 1ft. WM. M'CULLOUGIl, Attorney at Law, Clear . field. Pa. Office, with L. J. Crans, Esq., on Second Street. ... ' July 3, ISM. LM A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law. Clearfield, Pa. Office, adjoining bis rest 'dence on Socond street. Sept. 1. ROBERT .I.WALLACE, Attorney at Law. Clear field, Pa " Office in Shaw's new row. Market street, ppe-sito Naugle's jewelry store. May 28. HF. NAL'tfLK. Watfh and Clock Maker, and . dealer in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in Graham's row, Market street. Nov. 10. HBUCIIEU SWOOI'E. Attorney at Law.ClcaT . field, Pa. Offict in Graham's Row, fourdoo s wt-st of Graham A Boyrton's store. Nov. 10. J P. KUATZElt Merchant, and dealer in . Board...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1862

THE RIAL "t!.3WJJ$s BY SAMCKL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. APRIL 1, 1802. THE ALLEGED CLOTHING FBAUDS. The report of the Legislative -committee to investigate alleged frauds, perpetrated by offi cers of onr State Government, upon the sol diers who were furnished with clothing at the public expense, on the breaking out of the war, has at length made its appearance. From .the girings out of the Democratic members, who fcad tbo whole business in charge, the people were led to expect a series ol develop ments of fraud and corruption, unparalleled in the history of onr Commonwealth, much as she has suffered from peculation, in times past, when the so-called Democracy wera in power. The report which is signed by every member of the Committee, and is, therefore, of course, unanimous, not only clears the State officers of ail -censure, but gives them the credit of "saving the capital of the country from cap ture by tho traitors, and the whole country from disgrace." A more complete vindica tion...

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 April 1862

THE ..WET SMM imOAL THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 1G, JS62. Os.a Visit. Capt. J. L. Curby, sjith Pnn'a reiriment, has been on of C. I a visit to his friends at Lumber-city, for two or three days. The Captain looks well and is in good health. . He passed through this place yester day morning, on his way back to Virginia. The LcMBba Trade. Square pine timber, o learri.has been selling at from 8 to 11 cents, and oak at 16 to 20. Wonder il the high price of timber is attributable to the Lincoln Ad. ministration, which is charged by some or the Breckinridge with causing an advance in. tho price of coffee ! ' Ovr War MArs.-tvTpTblish'this week two more r n.a, s. One, of Eastern Virginia, Siring York town mnd its surroundings, the present field ol General Median's, ora tions. It also show the localities of Fortress Monroe, .Norfolk, Richmond, and other impor tant strategic points. The other, map presents the locality 6t the recent great battle at Pitts burg La iding, Tennessee, and e...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 April 1862

the CLEARFIELD, APRIL 16, 1862. Th Dream of the Great Hullifier. It is related that, ome thirty yeara g, John C. Calhoun, a Senator of the United States, from the State of South Carolina, and at that time em ployed in perfecting the great Nulli fication scheme of which he was the author, was one night, at a late hour, eated in bis room, and engaged in writing, when, falling asleep, he bad a dream, the incidents of which are here woren into rerse : THE STIGMA. IT FRA5CI3 DC HAS J A.TVtlR. Between the acting of a dreadful thing And the first motion, all the interim is Like a phantasma, or a hideous dream. SHAKESPEARE. In a chamber grand and gloomy, in the shadow of the night, Two wax tapers flaming faintly ,bura- d with a sepulchral light, Xja an oral oaken table, from their silver stands they shone, Where.about them, in disorder.books and manuscripts were struwn ; "Where, before them sat a statesman, silent, thoughtful and alone f Suddenly, a stranger entered enter ed with a serious ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 April 1862

BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1862, VOL. S.--AT0. 31 I' i PROFESSIONAL & BUSIES CARDS. HJ1. WOODS. Attorney at Law Indiana. Pa . Professional business promptly sttendei to. D O' CKOnClf, J'wvsicias, Curwensville, Clcar , field county, Penn'a. May 14.. J j CRASS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate j, Atfoftt. Clearfield, Pa. Office adjoining his rm-iJence, en Second 6tr6et. May 16. Uf M M'CTJLLOTKlll, Attorney at Law, Clear f V field. Pa. Office, with L. J. Crana, Esq., n ?Pcon4 Street. July 3, 1861. WILLIAM aTwaLLACE, Attorney at Law. Ctcarfieii, Pa. Office, adjoining li is reel donco on .Second street. Sept. 1. ROHT.RT .1. WALLACE. Attorney at Law. Clear fts'ld. Pa Office in Shaw's new row, Murket Btreet, -opposite Nauglo's oowtdry store May 20. F. NAUOLE. Watch and Clock Maker, and dealer in Watches, Jewelry, io. Itooni in 'lirabatn 'a row, Market street. Nor. 10. HBUClIEliTsWOOPE. Attorney at Law. Clear , field. Pa. OfF.ci in llraham'a Uow, fonrdoo s west o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 April 1862

jfoftsmarns Journal BY BAMCEti . ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 23, 1862. T&T7E TO THEIK MASTEBS. ' In speaking of tbe bill for the emancipation of slaves in the District of Columbia, the Clearfield Republican of April 16th says : "Should it become a law it will then lie fair notice to all slavebolding States that Wash iogton cannot be the capitol of their country ; for surely no one would expect the rcpresen tatirea of alaveboiding constituents to come to the seat of their government, to attend to tbelr national affairs deprived of those privil eges and rights which they hold sacred at homo. Tbe only condition upon which they could do so would be tho liberation of tbe alavea in the States which they assume to rep resent. What a mockery upon Republican Government 1" These Breckinridge editors are truly a tr&nge'sot of fellows ! Congress may legis late s much as it pleases for slavery and slaveholders, and it meets their full approba tion i but should the National Legislature do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 April 1862

JmTm"a'mm'mBms--- ' Ll.l-UJ.UI , , . THE JOUKML. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 23, 186S Time of Cars l-javin? Tyrone Station. 00150 K AST. r.r :n. o IT P. M. I Mail Train, 11.53 A. M. A PDI A . w , v - - ' I COINO WEST. 'Expres, 6.40 A. M. Mail train, L 540 P.M Died. Wc learn that Thomas Ravenhill, -member of the 84th Pcnn'a regiment, died in itio Hospital In Philadelphia, one day 11 week, from the effects of a wound in the thigh which he received in the battle at Winchester. The Weather, etc. Kain commenced fal 'Jing In this region on Sunday night, and did .not cease until Monday evening, and ' conse 'quencethu river was unusually high on Tue day. . Ho rafts are running now, and we pre sume there are but few on our sireatns which Are likely to be run the present season. 'Tat Lxdx's Boo- Godey for May is to band. It contains a beautiful double colored fashion plate, a steel plate illustrating the 'Merry month of May," a design tor a cottage, etc. in all, 74 engravings lo this number. Godey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 April 1862

s 'r 'I 1:i ti s a -a v 2 'j - 1. 1. ,'.'5 'I it i CLEARFIELD, APRIL 23, 1862. The mind of children is the tender est, holiest thing this side of Heaven. And is it not to be approached with gentleness, with love, yea, with a heart-worship of the great God from whom, in almost angel innocence, it has proceeded T A creatnre nndefileil by the taint of the world, unvexed by its injustice, unwearied by its hol low pleasures. A being fresh from the source of light, with something of universal lustre in it. If child hood be this, how holy the duty to see that, in its onward growth, it shall be no other ! To stand as a watcher at the temple, lest any un clean thing should enter it. Meredith P. Gentry told Parson Brownlow "that he only accepted a seat in the rebel Congress to show that he was not afraid of McClellan -capturing Richmond. It was a point of honor with him." "lea. Gent ry," replied Brownlow, "and there is another point of honor, which yon have failed to mention. Bnell and his ar...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 April 1862

BI S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1862. VOL. a-NO. 35- PBOFESSiONAL 4 BUSINESS CARDS. II B. WOODS, Attorney tt Law, Indiana,, P . Professional business promptly attended to. Dd. CROTCH, rnvsrcuw, Curwensville, Clear , county, Penn1- Ma? 14- J j CRANS, Attorney at Law and Real Estate 1 jveent, Cl'oarBeld, Pa. Office adjoining his r.iiienor, on Second street. May 16. ITT M. M'CI'LLOUQH, Attorney at Law, Clear W. '. P- Office, with L. J. Crana, Esq., on Second Street. July 3, 1861. WILLI A M A. WALLACE, Attorney at Law. Clearfield, Pa. Office, adjoining his resi denco on Second street. Sept. 1. ROBERT J. WALLACE. Attorney at Law. Clear field, Pa Office in Shaw's new row, Market street, opposite Nsugle's jewtlry store. May 26. F. NAL'ULE, Wkh and Clock Maker, and . daler in Watches, Jewelry, Ac. Room in Urabam's row, Market street. Nor. 10. BUCIIER BWOOPE, Attorney at Law, Clear . field, Pa. Offio in Graham's Row, four doo s wast of Grab am 4 Boy n ton's store. Nov. 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 April 1862

mkwr Raftsman's $0tttiral. wmmm "IS BT SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. APRIL 30, 1862. Fiox Mexico. Interesting accounts bare been received from Mexico. After an unaatis factory conference between the Allied Com manders, the French General bad decided to march his Division agarnst Mexico City, tak ing open himself all the responsibility of the act. The English anal Spanish Plenipoten tiaries Thereupon decided to withdraw their troope. The reactionary party bad made pre parations to make a final campaign against the Juarez Government. The ministers of Jus tice and Agriculture had arrived by special express from Mexico City at Vera Cruz to con fer with the French commander. They were also received with all due honor by Gen. Prim. Gen. Miranda and ex-President Almonte are with the French General, and have published proclamation te the peeple adverse te the Juarez Administration. Seeor Doblado bad tissued counter-proclamation, branding Al monte and bis adherents as traitors. The plan f ...

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