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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 September 1863

JUL by s. j. now. CLEARFIELD, PA.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1863. VOL. 10.-NO. 3. THOMPSON A WATSON, Dealers in Timber, Saw Logs. Boards and Shingles, Marysville, Clearfield county, Penn'a August 11, 1863. s. w. . Thompson : : : : : jas. b. watsos. -itTM. ALBERT 4 BRO'S, Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenswar, Flour, Bacon, etc.. Woodland. Clearfield county. Penn'a. Also, extensive dealers in all kinds of sawed lum ber, ihingles, and square timber. Orders solici .ed. Woodland, Aug. 19th, 1863. CAUTION. AH persons are hereby caution ed against purchasing or in any way tned iiicg with the following; property, now in the possession of James Evans, of Graham tw'p. vis : ,ae bay mare, one iron gray horse, one two year old cult, and four cows, as the same was purchas ed by meat Sheriff ale. and have only been left with ibe s.iid Evans on loan, and are subject to bt order. JOS. C. BRENNER ilorrisdale, Aug. 18. 1863. SHERIFF'S SALES. -By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex...

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 September 1863

m TM MF?TI1M JOURNAL in J 21 Vt 1 5? -. M .V. v S. :1 urn I s 1 If ''4 I llaflsmans ountaL BT SAMCSL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA.. SEPT. 16. 1863. V,'; UNION , STATE TICKET. . .. FOR GOVERNOR, AXDREW G. CURTIN, of Centre County. - .. JUOGB OF SUPREME COURT, DANIEL AGN'EW, of Beaver County. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. FOR ASSEMBLY. JOHN MAH AFFEY, of Clearfield co. FRANK BELL, of M'Kean county. UNION COUNTY TICKET. TOR TTttASRER ROBERT MITCHELL, Clearfield Borough. FOR COMMISSIONER. JAMES GLENN, -of Ferguson township. P0R AUDITOR, JOHN RUSSELL, of Penn township. DECIDED AT LAST! It has boon a lavorite method of the Copper beads to, embarrass the Qovernraent by de nouncing the Conscription Act as unconstitu tional, and It will no doubt be remembered that Gov. Seymour, iu bis correspondence with President Lincoln, asked the latter to suspend the draft in New fork until (be con stitutionality o( the Act was determined by a competent judicial tribunal. A decision has jnst been made by Judge Calwal...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 September 1863

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT'R 15, 1863. UNION MASS MEETING. To be held at Clearfield, on Wednes day Evening, September 30th. The Republicans ot Clearfield county, and all who heartily sustain the National Adtnin jgtratioo In its efforts to put down rebellion, are invited to assemble in Mass Meeting at the Court House In Clearfield, on Wednes day evening of Court week, the 80tb of Sep tember, A. D. 1863. - Col. JoH! W. Foeset, and iioBtos M 'Mi chael, of Philadelphia, will be present to ad dress the people. J. B. McEXALLT, Chairman Rep. County Committee. Killed a copperhead snake,' by J. G. Schryver, at bis lather's stable, on Saturday September 1 2th- His snakestiip was quite a curiosity in that section, as but few his of spe cie have ever been found in this county. . Lcdwiq Sntder. In Victor lingo's great work, "Lea Miserable, " is described tbe out break of 1832. Tbe author depicts, in glow ing language, the commotion that prevailed ua the 5th of June in tbe streets of Pari...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 September 1863

m sis . if m m m n i II! 1i Ms Ml I? k Hi M 1 1 i: Hi. 5 ;1 . i I'll: 3 i 11 fit CLEARFIELD, SEPT. 16, 1863. NOT ALCOHOLIC. A Highly Concentrated VEGETABLE EXTRACT A PURE TONIC. DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, PREPARED BT Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philad'a, Pa. Will effectually eure Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Jaundice. Chronio or Nervous Debility, Dis cuei of the Kidneys, and all diseases ri sing from a disordered Liver or Stom ach, iuch m Constipation. Inward Piles, Fulness or blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach. Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing Flut tering at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sen sations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before the Sight.Ke rer and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellow ness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, Limbs, ic. Sudden Fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 September 1863

JUL - - s " ' " " ' " 1 BY S. J. now. CLEARFIELD, PA.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -23 186-3. VOL. 10 WO. 4. rpHOMPSUN. WATSON. Dealers in Timber I eaw Logs. Board and Shingles Marysville, -Garfield county, Penn'a Auguet 11, 1S63. "j w Thompson : : : : : Jas. e. watsos. AIT.M. ALBERT A BRO'S, Dealers in Dry Goods, V Groceries, Hardware. Qneensware, Flour, i-fn etc.. Woodlanl. Clearfield county, Penn'a. extensive dealer in all kinds of sawed lum ' It ihiniie' and square timber. Orders solici .j s Woodland, Aug. 19th, 1363. t i l"I ION All persons are hereby caution j el I'jsirit purchasing or in any way med--l ir,,w;t'h the following property, now in the - ,ies?!onof James Evans, of Graham tw'p. viz: rise nay mare- oce iron gray horse, one two year Vj cou. and four cows, as the Batne was purchas 'j b uip at S-beriJ Sale, and have only been left the said Evans on loan, and are subject to JOS. C. BRENNER Morri'dale, Aug. 19, 1863. -Hf.Rlr'F'S SALES. By virtue of sundry N Writs of Venditioni E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 September 1863

tor Mrrii li I il 5 -1 Baftsmanfs Journal. BY SAWCEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. SEPT. 23, 1863. UNION STATE TICKET. FOR OOVERXOR, ANDREW fi. CFRTIX.of Centre County. jrDG EOF SUPREME COURT, DAMEI. AtiN'EW, of Beaver County. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. FOR ASSEMBLY. JOHN- MAHAFFEV, of Clearfield co. FRANK BELL, of MKean county. UNION COUNTY TICKET. FOR TRF. VSTRER, ROBERT MITCHELL, Clearfield Borough. FOR COMMISSIONER. JAMES GLENN, of Ferguson township. FOR AUDITOR. JOHN RUSSELL, of Penn township. SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS. In another part of to-days Journal we pub lish President Lincoln's Proclamation suspen ding the writ of habeas corpus in cases where persor.s are held 'As prisoners of war, spies, or aiders or abet tors of tlie enemy, or officers, soldiers, or sea men enrolled, drafted, or mustered or enlist ed in, or belonging to land or naval forces of the United States, or as deserters therefiom or otherwise amenable to military law or the rules and articles of war, or for resis...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 September 1863

JUL THE- MFfTllMs :08&jlAI T t ATTT AT T i I editors met at Harrislmrg. twi insi re pa?sen I H i4 J U U ItlN Ajj. I er3 in "Concord," from your p!ar-e.w ho no -A-A.L-LJ .. I doubt had, noticed the indiH'erencw in our CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT'R 23, 18C3. UNION MASS MEETING. To be held at Clearfield, on Wednes day Evening, September 30th. The Republicans ot Clearfield county, and all who heartily sustain the National Admin istration in its efforts to put down rebellion, flre invited to assemble in Mass Meeting at ,he Court House in Clearfield, on Wednes ,i.iv evening of Court week, the 30th of Sep tember, A. D. 1863. Col. Jons W. Forxet, and Morton M'Mi r n a el, of Philadelphia, will be present to ad dress the people. J. B. McEsally, Chairman Rep. County Committee. Divise Service. Rev. W. II. Swaitz will l reach i the Bptist Church in this borough on S ihhi'h evening next Sept. 27th at 7 o' clock. All are invited to hear. A Correction. In publishing tho list of drifted men in this c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 September 1863

it); r't! - if m Si CTiTi A "R FIELD, SEPT. 23, 1863. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, for sale t Bartwick k Huston's, Clearfield, Pa. E STRAY. Came tresspassing on the premi ses of the subscriber, near J. Patchin's in Barnside township, about the 1st of April last a Brindle Cow with- left horn knocked off, and four or fire years old. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take her away or she will be sold as the law directs. Aug 26. 1663.-p. . DANIEL BUCKLEY. TOTIIE PUBLIC A. H. Pierce & Brother would respeefnlly inform the public that they continue to carry on the Lumbering and Milling business at the old stand in Chest township where they keep on hand and for sale all kinds of grain and feed at market prices, and will pay the cash for all grain delivered at the Mill. 'They also deal in Saw! lumber and square timber. Sept. 2, lSC3.-pd. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters Testa mentary on the Estate of Joseph H. Core, late of Guelich township, Clearfield county, Pen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 September 1863

it BY S. J. EOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1863. VOL. 10.-AT0. 5. DH. MTITI'S MEDICIN ES. A fresh snp jly of these invaluable Family Medicines are for sale by M. A. Frank, Clearfield, consisting i)l Pui'i direr ; Restorative, greatcure for cold j and cough ; and Anti-Bilious Physic. Tbey hare been thoroughly tested in" this community, and gre highly approved. Try thev. DISSOLUTION OF PAllTNEUSIIIP The partnerrdiip heretofore existing between A. II- l'ierce auJ John Pierce in the Lumbering and Milling biiHincss was dissolved on the 31st Aii-just by mutual consent. The business will be c ..iitinueJ by the undersigned ; and as a change u-.i hceii made in the firm, the old books must be ,.-itl..-l without delay. A. H. PIEKCE. ' ey.t. 2, lS33.-pd. PERRY PIEKCE. fpMK CONFESSIONS AM) EXPEKI- 1 KN'l'E f'F A -NERVOUS VOUSii MAN. Pub- liheil a." a warning and tor the espesisl boiiefit I fvni!ig men. and those who suffer with Nervous I I'sViiiiy. oi .Memory, fretnature JJecay. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 September 1863

a s.r 1 THE RAFT IKK i.'i I s-i l-jj,- ft BH2 1 .3j I 1 B Maftsman's Journal. Br SAitrtL j. bow. CLEARFIELD. PA., SEPT. 30. 1863. UNION STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERSOR, AJIDREW G. CURTIS, of Centre County. JUDGE OF SCPBBJiB COUET, DAMEL AGNEW, of Beaver County. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. TOR ASSEMBLY. JOflS M All AFFEY, of Clearfield co. FRANK BELL, of M'Kean county. UNION COUNTY TICKET. TOR TREASURER ROBERT MITCHELL, Clearfield Borough. FOR COMMISSIONER. JAMES GLENN, of Ferguson township. FOR ACDITOR, JOHN RUSSELL, of Penn township. THE BATTLES IS GEOEGIA. We presume we have now a substantially correct account of the two battles In Georgia. The upshot ot the whole is that, after General Rosecrans held his ground, having severely punished the enemy, but not being strong e uough to resume offensive operations in that vicinity ,he fell back to the better position of Chattaimooga. There is no doubt that on both Saturday and Sunday he was greatly out numbered by his assailants, although we have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 September 1863

JUL THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT'R 30, 1863. rrm . UNION MEETINGS. FREEMEN, rally AROUND YOUU COUNTRY'S FLAG. The friends of the Union, will as- semble in Mass Meetings at the follow- ing places and times designated : At Patchins, on Monday evening, October 5th. At Newburg, on Tuesday evening, October Cth. At Utahville, on "Wednesday eve ning, October 7th. At Janesville, on Thursday evening, October 8th. At Osceola, on Friday evening, Oc tober 9th. At Curwensville, on Saturday eve r.iiiij, October 10th. At Xylertown, on Monday evening, October 12th. All loyal Citizens, without regard to T,--fv. who are in favor of sustaining rr i" t -e Government in its efforts to crush on; the present wicked rebellion, and the preservation of the Union; .ill ;vho love their country ; All who hate Secession and Aristoc All who love Libertv. and are true to-La ,nmnl r . T ; v..--1 ?,, e,- ' i i;i iic. j inv vt v kii ,.rv. v.-i i. a vt. i 11 ' hires ; I All, whether native or adopted, who j I jr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 September 1863

t'1 it THE' a . ; i kit I -lit P'i- m m : 'i : ' 4.1, ft, M ! 111!; ; -1', ft : r '4 'i 4' . iUV J -. , CLEARFIELD, SEPT. 30, 1863. POOTOGKAPniC ALBUMS, for sale at Hartwick &, Huston's, Clearfield, Pa. CMUNSOX, hag Rye. Corn, and good Family Flour, for Sale at Philipsburg. Also. Rye and Corn, at I). Ayers" Mill. June 3, lSS3-3ui. THOMPSON, A WATSON. Dealer in Timber Saw Logs, Boards and Shingle, Marysville, Clearfield county, Penn'a August 11, 1663. 8. w. thompsox : : : : : jai. e. watsos. "VY7"ANTKD An active, intelligent boy. 14 or w 15 years old to learn the Storekeeping bu siness. Apply to JAS. E. WATSON, Williams Grove, August 12th. ISO'S. -St. r ' ' "TfT'M. ALBERT i BRO'S, Dealers iu Pry Goods, Y Groceries, Hardware. Queensware, Flour, Baeon. etc., Woodlan-1, Clearfield county. Penn'a. Also, ex ten-ire dealers in all kinds of sawed lum ber, shingles, and square timber. Orders solici ted. Woodland. Aug. lttli. 1363. CJTFAY COW. Strayed away from the sub- scriber. residing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 October 1863

1311 Willi 3 mm m I BY S. J. ROW. CLEAEFIELI), PA.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1863. VOL. 10.-WO. 6. v CTTETIJT AND FEEEDOM. Air -Bittt'e Cry of Freedom." t. we'll rally 'round tne Polls boys, rally once again, shouting for Curtin and for Freedom; 'We'll rally from the work shops and waving fiolds of grain Shouiiiig fur Curtin and for Freedom. Chokl's: The Cuion forever, hurrah ! boys, hurrah! run with all Traitors and up with the stars : While wa rally rouai the Pulls hoys, rally once .IgltB. dimming for Curtiu aud for Freedom. VF fire springing to the rail, as we did in Jays before. Shouting for Curtiu and for Freedom ; Aci we'll add to our voto full filty thousand dure, .Shouting for Curtin and for Freedom.. The Uiiion forever, fcc. will welcome to oar number the loyal brave mid true. Shouting for Curtin and for Freedom ; jnd we'll drive to their dens the foul Copper headed crew, Shouting lor Curtin and for Freedom. The Union forever. 4c. i-o we're rallying to the Polls from the East ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 October 1863

1 It la Raftsman s flutnal. V SAMUEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD. PA., OCT. 7. 1863. - UNION STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, ANDREW G. CURTIS, of Centre County. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, DASIEL AGSEW, of Beaver County. UNION DISTRICT TICKET. FOR ASSEMBLY. JOHN MAHAFFEY, of Clearfield co. FRANK BELL, of M'Kean county. UNION COUNTY TICKET. FOR TREASURER, HOBERT MITCHELL, Clearfield Borough. FOR COMMISSIONER. JAMES GLENN, of Ferguson township. FOR AUDITOR. ' JOHN RUSSELL, of Penn township. OUR COUNTY TICKET. We would urge upon our friends through out the county the importance of our county ticket. Don't neglect it. Give it your hear ty support. It is composed of good men. John Mahaffey, is one of the nominees of I the Union party for Assembly. He is widely and favorably known in this county as a man of no ordinary ability. His education, busi- I uess tact, honesty and uprightness are unex- ceptionable, and fully appreciated by those who know him best. Should he be elected, I he will give no cause of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 October 1863

the mm THE JOUENAL. CLSARFIELPPAmOCT'E 7, 1863. GRAND UNION MASS MEETING' AT CURWENSVILLE, cn Saturday evening, Oct. lOtk 1S63. The meeting will be addressed by HON. JAMES M. SCOVILL of New Jersey, one of ihe most elo quent and distinguished speakers in the Union. He has oeen a life-long Dem ocrat, and is now devoting all his ener gies to the cruse of the Union. IIox. Louis W. Hall, of Altoona, and other distinguished speakers will also be present. Let there be a grand outpouring of the loyal and true. Let t'verr lover of his country meet with bii countrymen, and testify his read iness to sustain the cause of Liberty and Union in this hour of e.xtremest v- UNION MASS MEETING, AT KYLF.RTOWN. The friends of the Union, without jjK-ct to Party? will assemble in Mass ,Vet'ir;i at Kylertoivn, on Monday eve luwji October 12t7i. Hon. J. M. Seovill, of N. Jersey, and ther distinguished speakers will be in attendance to address the meeting. Let the people turn out, and make this one of the la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 October 1863

if 1 5-1 1 ;i 1! :1 i V 1 WOODWARD S RECORD ON " - SLAVERY. AW ABOLITIONIST IN 1838. Whatever the sin of seizing the defence less African, of tearing him from bis home aud country, and carrying him into hopeless bon dage in i distant land, lies at the door oi En gland. Aud whatevar evil baa resulted, or is ' to result to the colored people or the whites of this country, from the institution ot domes tic slavery, and the presence among us of large masse of degraded and wretched bluetts, is also fairly chargeable to the inhuman poli cy ol Great Britain." j "If the colonies desired a participation in this nefarious traffic, they were excluded by . ' the monopolizing inhumanity ot the mother " country." " Vud this policy so disgraceful to England, and so injurious to the colonies so preserv tugly adhered to by her, aud so abundant in bitter fruits to us, was oue ot the causes which finally impelled the colonies to throw off their allegiance to Great Britain." "The Revolution ws uot yet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 October 1863

i-1 tsjt Hi- vr i r v. vsj cj cm ifi.tfi t?-i f?, isi as ?i -a w?r m - - - Ml, m BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1863. VOL 10. AT0. 7. ii i. i '7H ft i H li-i ra 11 11:11 8 1111 1. THS MAIDEN'S PKAY2U. She rose from her Jelioious sleep. And put away her soft brown hair. And in a tone as low aud deep As love's firnt whisper breathed a prayer ; Ber enow-wbite hands together pressed. Her blue eye sheltered in the iid, The folded linen on her breast Juat swelling with the charms it Lid. And from her long and flowing dress, Kgoaped a bare and snowy foot, Whose step upon the earth did rress tike a sweet snow-flake soft and mute ; And then from slumbers soft aud warm. L'tit voiiiig spirit fresh from Heaven. Fbe bowed that young and rn -itchlc form, And humbly prayed to be forgiven. Ob. Ood ! if soula as pure as these Need daiiy mercy from thy throne If he upon her bended knees, !'ur holiest and purest one ; jih with a lace so clear and bright. Wedem herome stray child...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 October 1863

THE MFTIMM jGtmRM l "1 1 I if 41 J laftsman's journal: JT SAMCEL J. BOW. CXEAKFIELO. PA.j OCT. 14. 1863. THS "WAR SEWS. Tbe newt from tbo army of the Potomac U exciting. For several days past a movement baa been going oa In the Rebel Army which can ed considerable anxiety. Early on Sat urday morning oce of Gen. Kilpat.-ick'a cav alry brigades attempted a re-connoistance on tbe aoutb side of Robertson's River, when they were met by a large body of Stuart'a Cavalry. After fighting an hour Killpatrick was obliged to fall back upon our Inf.intry re serves. Another severe contest ensued when the infantry was also obliged to give way losing a considerable number of prisoners. A detachment of our Cavalry then made a gal lant dasb at the enemy and recaptured all bat 15 or 20 of our lost men. The whole of our force, fiowever was pushed back towards Culpepper, contesting every foot of the ground. Heavy Bring was heard in the after noon, indicating that tbe contest had been re sumed. It is bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 October 1863

I4R TILE JOURNAL." CLEARFIELD, PA.,0CT'3 14. ISC3. Shot two Pelicans, by Mr. A. I. Boycton and Mr. Friend, one day last w eek. The measured 8 feet 6 inches from lip to lip of wings. . Tbev- were Urge and beautiful birds. Pelicans are seldom seea !u this moun tain region. Neablt blot; jid Oct we were on account of a, certain Doctor in this town stopping bis paper last w'-ek. But as we were fortunate enongb to add .the names of L. C. Ziinmer man, Tbo&aa E. Miller, and William Rishel, to our list, we h ive concluded to continue the publication of tbe Journal a little longtr. Kobbbbt. We are informed that on Friday nlgbt the 9th October, some unknown person, entered the store of Samuel liegarty, in Bee caria township, and took froi.i the change drawer about twenty. Ave dollars in postage currency and Leonaad, Finney & Co's scrip. A lot ol goods was also taken, but the value )n not known. The thief tried to force the iron safe, but did not succeed. CLEAHFIELD CO. AGRICULTURAL SOC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 October 1863

?m tlMTtll CLEARFIELD, OCT. 14 1S63. TERMS OF THE JOl'KXAL. The Raftsman's Journal is published on Wed nesday at $1,50 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, 52,00 will be charged. Advertisements will be Inserted at $1,00 per autre, for three or less insertions Twelve lines '. Tor less) counting a square. For every additional insertion 25 cents will be charged. A deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. No subscription taken for a shorter time than ix months, and no paper will be discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, except at the option of . the publisher. S. J. ROW. .Raftsman's Journal Almanac-1863. -ff!?25 3 5P? ? h ? 2 7 ? ... S.1 8 I.S a? ,,S. I 1883 a. a. a 3 ea a a. a. - .5 S.45 Bi - Jaj. 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 23 27 23 29 2 3 4 5 9 10 11 12 18 17 18 19 23 24 25 2d 2 3 JCLT 1 5 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 23 29 3 4 5 10 11 12 2 3 4 9 10 11 16 17 13 9 10 5 11 13 25 I'M. 1 8 15 22 Mas. 1 16 1 12 19 25 23 24 23 24 25 30 31 1 6 7 8 13 ...

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