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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 June 1855

u 0 1 ! I i IIS - k k irk iff hit ,1! 3 Si i. .' 5 5- ,-ti ...-.-i . ... ir)TVA'S.WEDDLG. Hnrrafa-iliurrak! the day is comt : ilisi I:oti'S to be niafricd; t ' i " vChid ar tfp, and dat e a iae'; -..' . i-v Fcr,inrry..Ieng she's tarried -. -.- firiair eUt de wired? hoe-cake, too : I- - o Da srurnno and de cream. : , ; .: . : ,.An.' don't tercet d wedding-cake, ' -' v On wbk-h ds darkies dream..- -- ' ; : 1 Solo! Per we v. ill dance "and exr.z away j?:dl Cuontx. Hurrah rhurrfh I hurrah? hurrah ! '',$3.'9.-rArJ on the baa? play S3 giiy " ,Ik-V C crv.' !;-.. Le.'ba ! ha, ha, ha. La ! . 'u?.k-t-7l?!I Casceun'd iicj like every thin- : Full C.;j.II urraht.huii'ali ! h'asrail !. ". ....' - --.crroRrs. ."" " .; Hurra.! ! hunkh ?'de Jar in cornel A?"..'" Oh ! d'sna's dc finest gal dat eboryoa did see. And dr vt is i tiuic she frotrcl shecps' eyes at me; But dataa pV2.ar..l gor. 'ftr.d. dispoor dark's for ' " : .ik9u. " ' . ". "'. '?".. Alas! t.via-.k-a-i.'y- '"''.' ' ' . .-'i9.?v.' mi'ilhtr ...

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. — 13 June 1855

u u COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivieb VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1855. NO. 45, THE RAFTSMAN'S JOllllL. CLEARFIELD, PA., Weineiay, Jane 13, 1853. V. B Palmer's ytrrea;t Newspaper Agcency it removed from N. W. Corner of Third and Chest nut Street, to Urown's New Iron Building, N. E. or nor of fifth and Chcsnut, Philadelphia. C"A11 persons having business with tho Raftsman's Journal, -will direct their letters to II. B. Swoope, Clearfield, Pa. EFIf J. R. A. will send us his name, he can have his enigmas published. We never depart from this rule. A HALF SHEET. Owing to an unforseen difficulty in the affairs of our office, and the consequent discharge of the foreman, we are unable to do more than is sue a half sheet this week. It Trill be all right by the time of our nest Issue, which our rea ders will receive as usual. AOTICE EXTRAORDINARY. Wejjlesire every body "and the rest of man kind to know that hereafter the doors of our Printing Office are closed against loafers of every va...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 June 1855

u t 1 1 i !l ml. As u? I f m 4 Vi.-r . r - ' J' . ir it I- i r V, k A Keen Retort. Uncle Bill Todd was a drover from Worcester county.. Being ex posed to all weathers, his complexion suffered fiorao ; but at the best he was none of the whitest. Stopping at ' a ! public house near Brighton, a man, rich in this world's goods,' but of notoriously bad character, thought, as Undo Bill came in, he Would make him the butt of a joke. ..As , the black face of the weather-beaten'man appeared in the door-way, he exclaimed: - - Mercy on us, how dark it grows !" 2. - Uncle Bill, surveying him from head to foot, coolly replied : "Yes, sir; your character and my complex ion" are enough to darken any room !" ("CoiXkqe Edification'." "Sal," exclaim "ed Ebenezer to his dearly beloved, when he "arrived in Gotham with his ; bride; on a wedding-tour ; "Sal, get on your Sunday go-to-r meetin' dressings and things, and let's take a i parpendicular promenade round the prejuncts i of the principality.' .......

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 June 1855

CLEAEFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1855. NO. 40. ith gwootost sloop; : ' IMI GROWLVfi OLI) ... rrjOHXG SAXE. ' My'dtyspftsi'gcntly away. '." "''My nights are blessed wit "ut I eel no ttymlom of -decay. -ii. !. I hivvb ho cauee to niourn or troop.. 5" Mv foes hro impotent and shy, ,.', ii-.i My friend re neither false nor cold, l-j And yot,of late, I often sih .i.-Kl.V-jwJ f ii V.13. growing old !" ' - Ny growing talk of olden tiincE, ::. ; r: -'.'! My growing thirst for early news,. -" .i.y growing apathy U rhymes, Ti'o growing love to easy shoes, ,.n .'Jf growing nato of crowds and noieo, My. growing fear of taking cold, All tell mo, in tho plainest voice,- " : ' 1 r- 'Tin growing old! m growing fonder of my staff.' ,,.! .I'm growing dimmer in tho eyes, . fI'in growing fainter in my laugh,'- ; ! '"""I'mgrowing deeper in iny sighs, r I'm growing caroleu in my drcsa . v: ii.Tj i I'm growing frugal of my gold..-, I'm growing wise, I'm growing yov- . :! jii.-..?;; j-,-, , .J'sa growing ol...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 June 1855

1 u n ! 1 f i 1. I u r5f :?r "5- ;V4 ---- if w ' ? IN ! i w. -?1 !!:.? i " it I iX I - I . ; pf TIE RAITSHAS'S HIIIAL. 3T H. LTTCHEE SWOOPE. Clearfield, Pa., "Wednesday, June 20,1853. IU" The Enigmas, of J. R. A. who Las com plied with our rule, shall appear next week. Wc don't usually publish Enigmas, but in this instance depart irom our rule, to accommodate our triend. NEW HAMPSHIRE. ' The Legislature .of New Hampshire hare el ected James Bell lor the full term of six years, and John ' P. Hale for the short term, to the United States Senate. " This result has been brought about by -the infamous Nebraska Bill It is the1 President's own State, imd is another severe rebnke to bis Administration. - -CHERRY TREE BOKOUGII. In the new borough-of "Cherry Tree," which' was incorparated at the late session of the Le gislature, an election was held for borough of ficers, which resulted In the success of twenty Americans, oat of the twenty-seven officers elected' ; - '"Sam"- is evidently 'at ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 June 1855

ft 1 .Hi it A THE JOTJBML, PENCIL NOTES. Lively onr town on Saturday. Some pumiiut-iho new barber. 4 Wanted gome potatoes si this office.- ": I sessioK tie . National Know-Something, or, Anu-Marery convention, in Cleavcland. It is largely attended. , t. i ' ; ! .Query. It the boy that got flogged for telling a do, u fame .trembling lyre" hat poets apeak of? Reruty for distribution- The Pamphlet Laws of it session. . ado volume contain 790 pages and oa acta and resolatioas. : ... . , ' ew.f Chnr'ley. G reaff has jnft received a urvJ 01 ?tVac8 spiced oysters, and other re fretdinint Poll i : j Vai nun fcj lik.ui... . i , ' . : . D'cLlU? f-;tht fight at Grahamton, on Thursday, growing out of the question It iijsaid; that somebody got badly licked.. jiasuy txriMiKxi risibilities of 'Bojiwnx, Fr., when he' visits' the"baU-alley.' It is said the 'con tortions or the ontter" are orful to behold. JLH9tHsr JtoaxTh.e New. YnrV P is no truth in the story of Tom Thumb's marriage.' tTonucTW&...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 June 1855

MlDIOMJira . .. . " m v rw V m Ull w t -1 f T T i f r V- Ik 1!Kiri'llKUT i. i' s j, J ij .:iV.- f 111 rf i 4 W j; r popular long. m mil JSiiinor. T OCK HAVEN KHLESTATE AGE!. JLi CY, CLINTON COUNT?, ?A. The under pinned continues to give mi pcrsonui uueunuu ,i3. of Pino Timber, Farm and Coal Lands, re-surveying, examining and estima- II AS TS: wnEN I SAW SWEET NELLY nOJIE. ;;; ; ; ' by mart feascis kvle. In the sky tho bright stars glittered, On the grassethe moonlight fell, -Hushed the sound of daylight's bustle, Closed tho '-pink-eyed phnpornell," As down the moss-grown wood-path Where tho cattle love to roam . From aunt Pattie's quilting party ; . I was seeing Kelly home. "Jetty ringlets softly fluttered O'er a brow as white as Enow, 'And her cheek ! the crimson sunset Scarcely has a warmer glow; Mid her parted lips' verinillion, "White teeth flashed like ocean fonm'; All I marked, with pulses throbbing, "Whilo I saw sweet Ncjjy home. - -- When the Autumn tinged the greenwood, Tur...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1855

4 11 -I I! COME AXD TAKE -ME. Dcvivjer. vol. i: CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 185-5. m. 47. Jhi- ll - v . . A - a. . . I 11 - ?TIJE SLAVE'S DKEAX, BT THOFESSORH. V, I.OXGFF.LTW. ' , Beside the ungathercd rice ho lay, Ilia sickle in his hand; i JIU breast was baro. his matted hair Was buried in the sand r -Again, in the mist ami shadow of sleep He saw. his i native land,. While through the landscape of hts dream, ; Tho lordly Niger flowed; Beneath the palm trees on the plain, 'i-- Once more a king be strode; And heard the tinkling caravans l)cscend the mountain road. lie saw once more his dark eyed queen Among her children stand; They chvped his neck, they ki??crl his chock?, They held him by the hand ::; ' " ' " A tear burst from the sleeper's lids. And fell npon the sand. And then at furious speed he rode . Along the .Niger's bank; ; . JI is bridle-reins were golden chain, And with a martial clank. At each leap, hceould feel hisscaLbard ofsteel Smiting his stallion's flank. . r. ...

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. — 27 June 1855

J rf . , ri n 1 1 i i!;r-' lit' M i; r ' ; y. U1 5j ft ! i j j Jj .if 4 ui mmm num. ,f - r-T- BT H. BT7CHES. SWOOPE. Clearfield, Pai, "Wednesday, June 27, 1853." THAT PREMIUM. The lists of subscribers having at length come in, we have been able to decide who is entitled to the "red shirt," and it falls to the lot of New Washington, where we send the largest package of papers in or out of the County. Our active friend D. S. Plotxer, gets the 'Shirt,' buttons and all. Its ready, David, call and get it, in time for the next flood. Your exertions on our behalf, both at home and abroad, entitle you not only to "the pre mium," but to our warmest thanks. TO PRINTERS. The Journal Office', together with all the ac counts, books and everything else, will be sold or leased, on reasonable terras, to a good prac tical printer, capable of editing and conduct ing a paper. To a married man, with a small family, no better oport unity can be alforded, and thore is no country paper in the State with a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 June 1855

u u t 1 j ', , X THE JOURNAL. PENCIL. NOTES. heft town tho medicine man ii Soda fountain a.1 Charley Watsons. Deeidcd- It good arrangement. Y Arrived come 'of the Shanghais' from Mari etta. They'll soon bo all home. Erroneous the impression tnat we have not material to do Job W ork ai this office.' ; Call and try us. Xumeron j locusts down about Karthaus. It is said the hogs in that neighborhood arc get ting fat upon them. ; : , ' ; 1 : Abundant the supply of cattle in Xew York The batchers have reduced the price of beef three cents per pound Dead Jim Myers, the clown. He was kiUod while performing on the slack rope, laat week, at Oeneva, New York. SensMi and Patriotic: At a recent meeting of the citizens of Oswego, it was resolved that tho Fourth of Joly aist go on." : Plentv 4 ' pinch-beck' jewelry, and caugh loz enges, since the Jew'a sale on Saturday ll tfchva are hxving a tall time.' Thc lit- Broke ont in a new place. Thomas Robbing has jait opened a large stock of books and eo...

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. — 27 June 1855

r M 4 I: 1 L3 i i v r. 1! 1! f r ,i J rs 1 8 popular long. ROCKAWAY. On old Long Island's sea-girt shore, Many an hour I've whiled away, In listning to the brcakers'roar, That washed the beach at Rockaway, Transfixed I've stood while nature's lyre In one harinenious concert broke, Till catching its promethean fire, My inmost soul to rapture woke, Oh ! On old Long Island's. 4c. Oh ! how delightful 't is to stroll, Where murmering wind and waters meet, Marking the billows as they roll, And break resistless at your feet; To watch young Iris as she dips ' v Her mantle in the sparkling dew, Till chased by Sol, away she trips, O'er the horrizon's quivering blue. Oh ! On old Long Island's, Ac To hear the startling night winds sigh, As dreamy twilight lulls to sleep, "While the pale moon reflects from high, Her image in the mighty deep; Majestic scene where naturo dwells, Profound with everlasting love, While her unmeasured music swells, The vaulted firmament above. Oh ! On old Long Island ...

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. — 4 July 1855

u u t C COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivikh. VOL. 1; THE LAXI) OF DREAMS. Br.WI.C. BYRAST. . . . -A Mighty realm is the land of dreams, With itecps that hang in the twilight sky, And weltering oceans and trailing streams, That gleam where the dusky vallcyslie, "But over its shadowy border flow Sweet rays from the world of endless mo n, And the nearer mountains catch the glow. And flowers in the nearer fields are born. The souls of tho happy dead repair From the bowers of light to that bordering And walk in the fainter glory there, laud. With tho souls of the living, hand to hand. -One calm, sweet smile in that shadowy sph ere from eyes ma. open on eana no more . One warning word from a voice once dear How they rise in the memory'o"er! Far off from those bill that shine with day, And' fields that bloom in the heavenly gale?, The land of dreams goes streehing away To dimmer mountain and darker vales. ' There tie the chambers of guilty delight, There walk the spectres of guilty fear, And soft, ...

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. — 4 July 1855

r 101 imf 8imGP8 la A i A ii $ n i p ;tv S i v if; III K 1 f IS : ' A vi i f - A : 0 5 J- ,-1 i i TIE IMSHM'S JOURNAL. ???$. jf" fi?..- ' .,'' 4;. ;2;..-.:- . -V'C'trr,; BY H. ETJCHER SWOOPE. Claarfield, Pa., Weineaiay, July 4, 1853. Pctxam, for July, commences the sixth volume of tho monthly. As usual, its pages are well filled with interesting original matter, by some of onr roast celebrated American au thors. , It is one of the very best monthlies in our country. -Price S3 per annum in advance. Dix & Edwards, No. 10, Park Place, N.Y. More Removals. George Wilson has been removed from tho Washington .Navy Yard, and Michael E. Bright, a Roman Catholic, ap pointed in his place. Jno. Carroll, P. M., at Somerset, Perry Co., Ohio, a Pennsylvania Democrat, has been removed, and Charles Elder, a Koman Catho lic appointed in his place. Are we not going over to Papacy fast ? EEx-Gov. Johnston, of our State, writes to the Tribune, warmly denying that at the Know-XothingGrand Council he ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1855

3 aura mmp -ommm. I? TIIE. JOURNAL: PENCIL .OT!S. Jltre the glorious Fourth. Exciting ihe hog quetsion. - Jsiid loie our potatoes by the storm on Sunday Coiling down the price of Gutter, and the coil fish aristocracy. .. Snail affa ir the Iocofoco delegate election on Saturday. "Looked scaly. '" Poor buisttess writing ancnyinous letters to frighten people. It wont ray. . - - . Interesting the matter on our fourth page, ap propriate to the day. Head it. ' ' RicJir the i idea that -hard times' don't effect printers. If you think so come and try it. Still sound on the goose question Ex-Governor Johnston. He wont go the Slavery Platform. High the mercury, and the fellow that cracked his head and his bottle by falling on the board walk last week. " " r '- Goo't and cheap the new lot of looks and stationary just rccicrcd by our friend Tommy Bobbins, over tho way. . . , ' Out the Regulars this morning celebrating tho Fourth. The Band also, has been discoursing sweet and appropriate music. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 July 1855

u - .J -J3 it : s - I ! -I K r I 1 f t ?! 1 1 '-Ml i is ; - - I i r ill Sj -- j.: ; !i! t j I: 1 if h ? 1 1-1 ' ourtlj of Snhj. ODE FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY Come ! a health to oar sires who so nobly defended The soil where their ashes in peaceful ness He; And ne'er mav their memories, till time shall be ended, . Be lost by their sons on the Fourth of July. Not for self were we born; like our fathers for others. For our homes and our country, to live or to die, In peace, to unite, like a band of true brothers, , In war, to hold fast by the Fourth of July. Forever like them, let harmony bind us. And, rulers! act wise lest you sever the tie, And traitors succeed, and our enemies find us, To rob us of miith on the Fourth of July. Should foes then invade ns, like lads of true metle, If Usios be ours, swift to battle we.ll hie, Like a whirlwind the storm of our vengeance shall settle, And we'll 'trample their graves on the Fourth of July. For Columbia, my friends, till the end of time's sto...

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. — 11 July 1855

u u - . I .. " COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivicu. YOLrl. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11,1855. T0. 49. "THE OLD MOUNTAIN TREE." i- ' BT JAXE9 G. CLARK- Oh, the home we loved by the bounding deep Where the hills in glory stood; , ..And the moas-grogu graves where oar fathers sleep, -! Neath the boughs of the waving wood; : . We remember yet, with fond regret ." The rock and the flowery lea, j Where we once naed to play through the long, --.j. lng day, In the shade of the old mohntain tree ! We are pilgrims now in a stranger land, . Aad the joys of youth are past; . ivand friends are gone, hat the old trees stand, ; Ltaaanned by the warring blast; H. the larks may sig in the lands of eprinjr V-. he swans on the eilvery sea, Butwemoat'Tf0rth,8haJ,5wheroti hltd made - "n t Her nest in the old monn. ' a'8'. Oh the time went by like a tale that's toid, , In the land of song and mirth. And many a form, in the ehnrehyard cold, Finds rest from the enres of earth ; And many a day we will wander away,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1855

mm MwmWwWmMmz : i i ! s V T . ft i O - 1 I., I. us r i -- - I 11! MffSMill JMRIAU 'VT.- f i : BY E. IUCHEB, SWOOPS. Cleirfiell, Pa, T7eitis2ay, July 11, If 55. IT?- We are sorry Mr. Swii?e lias determined to leave t!ie editorial field. He will be missed. V'e regard Li in n among the spiciest editors in ihe country. JZ.'Z Advocate. Thank you, Powell, but since our Locofoco friends l ave thought our proposed retirement to private lif-3 so exceedingly "ominous," wc have determined to occupy the editorial chair a little while longer, aud it afbrds i;s great pleasure, while in it, to be able to return tho high compliment of om friend of the Jt'vocate, "fleas" and" 'bed-bugs-"' to the" contrary not withstanding. TO OUR HEADERS. Those of our subscribers who dasire to dis continue their papers at tho close of the pres ent volume, which will be next week, can do so by informing their Post Master of that fact, whose duty it is to notify us free of postage. We expect to loose, at the close of ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1855

JU 1. I? i Sit-; H 5 n 2 THE JOURNAL . PENCIL XOTLS. Dead Ex-Got. Collier, of Alabama. Still plenty showers ' and complaints of hai 1 times. . ' Plenty fire-crackers and bricks in the liar, e n the Fourth. . Still about tho hogs, not withstanding the bor ough ordinance. ..Pretty the Lunibcrvillc girls. Clearfield county against the world. RltusitaL Jenny Lind is about to give a series of concerts iu Paris. Kerfl ii m mixed b I ac k S a m , wh e n th e m ax e c a v c d his ribs in, the other day. , Hir A that fight on Monday evening. The Eei crald Isle versu3 Ethiopia! ; Out-ourstock of cigars. Who wants their rc .galias puffed? Fotch 'cm along. Scarce iteni3 this week. Our town's as solemn as the face of a Presbyterian deacon. , ' Comtt-off the Exhibition of the pupiis of tho Clearfield Institute, tomorrow evening. . ,; Murder. During the past year, there have been ix hundred and eighty-two murders in tho Uni 4ed States. Query. Who is to be the next candidate for Senator in thisDist...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 July 1855

popular gong SCHOOL SONG. Am Nelly Bly. Morning coines with golden beams, Night has fled away; -Up, my brothers, leav e your dreams, ilie for school to day. Sisters come. Join our song, A Bong of merry glee, And as we ply our daily toil, We'll sing right merrily. CHORUS. Ilie ! for school, Ho ! for school, Come along with me, "You'll rarely fin-l go where yju will, A happier band than we." ""When the beams of light shall fade In the distant west, Then with joy we'll hie for home, . And those who love us best! Fathers dear, mothers true' With loving words we'll greet; O ! how pleasant after school. Around the board to meet. Ilie ! for school, 4c... Once again join the shout, All our merry band Blessings on our common schools, The glory of our land. Then around the fireside hearth, When the day is sped, Bless the teacher in our prayejs, Then we'll hie to bed. Ilie ! for school, Ac. EASTERN HOUSES. Most European horses like to teaze their ri ders: the Eastern horses would a soon think ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1855

I i! 'A pTi j tic wiwv ! w.M vi ty tj rj tayniiz t ri ii i ri rv r ci rss a r i i . .. . . . . . -y ., . i .- - - n r i ' i . COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivieii. VOL. 1 - CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1855. NO. 50. U if ir i ;:. !; , i 1' FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS. ET UEXHY W. LOXGFELLOW. When the hours of day are number'!, When the voices of the night Wake the better soul that slumber'd To a holy, calm delight; ' Bre the evening lainps are lighted. And, like phantoms grim and tall Shadows from the fitful fire-light Banco upon the parlor-wall ; Thon the forms of tho departed Enter at the open door; Then beloved onefc, the trne-hearted, Ucme to visit me once More ; Ile, the young and strong, who chcrish'd Noble longings for the strifo, By the road side fell and perish'd, 1 Weary with the march of life; hey, the holy ones and weakly, Who the cross of suffering bore, Folded their pale hands so meekly' Spake with us on earth no more ! And they with them the Being Beauteous, Who unto my youth was g...

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