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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 July 1855

mm 13a Til RAITSHAI'-S JMI1ML. BY H. EUCHES SWOOPE. Clearfield, Pa., Wednesday, July 18, 1E53. In order to arrange our books, give subscribers an opportunity of discontinuing and make necessary arrangements previous to commencing the econd volume, no paper will be issued from this office next week. ILLINOIS STATE COUNCIL. , ..The American State Council of Illinois, closed its session at Springfield, on the 13th inst. The Anti-Slavery Platform was adopted. Considerable difficulty arose upon the ques tion of the restoration of tha Missouri Com promise, and the vote being finally taken, the platform was adopted by a vote of 71 to 88. LYNCH LAW AMONG THE RAFTSMEN. The trial of a man named Maybury, at Jancs ville, Wisconsin, for the murder of a raftsman having been brought to a speedy close from a defect in the indictment, a crowd of raftsmen who were in attendance from the place where the murder was committed, become greatly exasperated, and taking the prisoner from the Sheriff, hung hi...

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. — 18 July 1855

u u if THE JOURNAL. PENCIL NOTES. High the mercury, and the pricoof old batter. How to male money advertise in the Journal. Rich that slipper suit. "By gum," it was no 'go. . - Early. They are lururaflng on ripe peaches in Tirginia.. . Low the river, and the atato of our finances just now. How to be happy subscribe for the Journal, and pay for it in advance. Just received a lot of new novels at the Clear field Book Store in Shaw's Row. Call and see them. Slightly dilapidated Black Sam'8 unmentiona bles, and our potato 'patch,' since the hogs were in It. Where are Xhcy ? the men who were going to make the Tyrone and Erie Railroad a year ago ? 'Echo answers, where? 'Strong a hog's appetite for potatoes, and the batter we got the other day at sixteen cents a . pound. -Ax wort our farmers, getting in their hay. The 'grain will soon be ready to cat, and promises an abundant harvest. Grand humbug the 'hog law,' or the officers whose duty it is to enforce it, and we don't know exactly whic...

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. — 18 July 1855

mm mmmMFB 5 ' 3! J it ft 4i 'V- t tl 19 y.i ft 1 f 4 1 h.' 1 j 1 ii - Jfl .A 'a .! popular long. ALL II AIL TO THE BRAVE AND FREE. AJ1 hail to the brave and free, On land or rolling eea, Whose hosts advance with sword and lanoe, In the cause of liberty. And whether in triumph's car, They follow vic'trys star, Orpatriots fall 'neath glory's pall. They still are the pride of the war. Then hail th the brave and free, On land or on rolling sea, Whose hosts advance with sword and lance, In the cause of liberty. Oh, who on the rolls of fame, . Shall boast the highest name t -Or who shall bear, from woman fair. Those smiles which tho world would claim ? For whom shall the song arise. Which a people send to the skies? For whom shall bloom, on the battle tomb The laurel which never dies ? Oh. none but the brave and free. On land, Ac. Tbn raise our Sag on high, A meteor 'gainst the sky ; With rolling drum, we'll proudly come, To guard it, or to die. Finn place the lance in rest, Against a fai...

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

u u FREE AS THE WIND, AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE BY E BUCHEK SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1855: VOL. 2.-U0. 1.-T0TAL, 53. WIAT SIIALL BE TOE END OF THESE TI1INGS1 When another life is added To the heaving turbid mass; When another breath of being Stains creation's tarnished glass ; "When the first cry, weak and piteous, Heralds long enduring pain, "And a soul from non-existence Springs, that never dies again; When the mothers passionate welcome Sorrow-like bursts forth i tears, -And the sire's self gratulation Prophecies of future years It is well we cannot see What the end shall be. WHeU across the infant features - Trembles the taint uawn ot mind ; When the heart looks from the windows Of the eyes that were so blind ; When the incoherent murmers Syllable each swaddled thought; To the fond ear of affection With a boundless promise fraught, Kindles great hope for to-morrow' ' From that dull uncertain ray, As by glimmering of the twilight Is foreshown the perfect day It is ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 August 1855

TOE m 111: I? if 3 n t if 'ii i Jr P' Ii v . i 4 i " in t 7- St i ? i j ; ' i - i i r r i vr 1 ; i i m II AYE YOU SEEN SAM. I floated down the river. On the schooner Polly Ann; I landed at York Island, A very verdant man ; I ratherd up my baggage, In a shocking crowd and ran ; When a felhjw jump'd before tne, Saying, " have yon seen Sam?" I don't know Sam, t don't know Sam ; Confound this noise and bother, I don't know Sam. I thought the fellow crazy, And-fled before the wind ' The Astor rose before me, My coat tail stream'd behind; Soon up the steps I scrambled, And shouted, "here I am Another fellow tapp'd me, And ask'd, 44 have you seen Sam V I don't know Sam, Ac. I then went straight to Barnnm's, To see the mighty show ; The Shanghais and the Babies, How loudly they did crow ! I stood and gaz'd about me, To see if 'twas a sham ; I emooth'd the bearded lady's cheek. She aigh'd, "have you seen Sam?' I don't know Sam, Ac. I hunted through each corner, Till nearly out of breath ; I ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 August 1855

u it FREE AS THE WIND. AND AMERICAN TO TIIE CORE. BY 11. BUCHEE SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST "8, 18-5-5: VOL. 2.-N0. 2.-T0TAL, 54. THE LAST LEAF." Br OLIVER Wt.tDF.LL BODIES. I saw him once before, As ho passed by the door, And again The pavement stones re.soand, As he totters o'er the ground, With his cane. They say that in his prime, Krc the pruning knife of Time Cut him down, Not a better man was found, By the crier on hid round Through the town. "But now he walks the streets, And he looks on all he meets ad and wan ; And he shakes his feeble head, That he seems a3 if he said They are gone. 'The mossy marble rests Ou the lips that he has prest In their bloom, And the names he loved to hear Hare been carrcd for many a year, On the tomb. 'My grandmamma has said ' Poor Jady she is dead Long ago. -That he hod a Roman nose, ' And his cheek was like a rose In the snow. "Rut now his nose is thin, And it rests upon his chin Like a staff: 'And a crook in his back, And a melanchol...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 August 1855

U r s" d f it l 11 V.J ' S!! i 4 4' v l'-4V" ;...; m ' , - f M 1-1 V Hi 3' Til EAITSMAH'Sr 'v V' "-"r-. ' :-;: - vv,; 'Clearfield, Pa., "WedtiKJiay, AuF.ct 3. lc-55. cail attention to the very spicy" articlo nn nnr n:il.l.ll Trnm tlie i'ltr-bur? TirllCi. Cnti- Mii Qw:..i'n44 rUii'iii Hp ("afhe-lral Pedi- cation. It is exceedingly racy. .TUZ rNSSTtVAViA School JoritNJi- for .August lcorue to hand, and U a very interesting rum- v' t--- ?v;ti.1 of the cause . of education CnI.l''Tatroiiii the " School Journal," which l- now the official organ of the Pepirtini-iit. -Tim News. There fire.no. news of y iaipAr tnvo by tlo last arrival fr.nu Enrone., A'Ti'trs at the. Cr'uuc.iti'i .remain in ft it-t qvo. I'o.th tlic allies and the RuVian-'continu to strengthen their ..-l-' -r,.1 i,rV.t:ire fur niiother fittack. We tliiuk il KI k. - - - I " 1 , it wiri Vc a long time leforc Scb:istopol ia tuken, and if it ever should bc.it r-on"t amount toi fnuch. ; - -"! ' : i ' : ..As I.NVJTATI05. The, lmoc...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 August 1855

res V TJLE JOUMAL, PENCIL NOTES. I!xrteJ did ball alley.' " Clone the election in Tennessee." Scarce items and good eigars, 'li&cttlt to hold. money, and a hedgehog. To lti a ico m:ui dress her ia.gingbara. , rrev'iituighiQ kite"' taanlBnV.w' W?-. . Pr,yueuiubeWand pains under the apron... Ditto 11 tobies''"1 and Locofocos who want to run tfor office. -,, ' .-, , . .. The Spri Tiero-are- about two thousand visiters at Bedford-' ".; '..'' !..,, A If S7i unsettled ths weather and a large nauibcr of lust years subscriptions,. ,.f f fo Jonathan ;Cutfirger!3 "communica shun." Ho must seed, us lusreil-.namc. Out yet a large quantity of grain, and the b'hoy who'is so anxious to join the ly,."S'3. iHcrTau 'inWii Vist of T!ocofoco office seek ers. They are a' sclf-sacriflcing set of fellows. Scientific the boxing' ;donp: next door to our office! Wonder if the nigger's gloves won't soon bewornout? ;i ?.:i o;. r 1 jr FlectioMcerin the candidates for sheriff. The Crawford Systciu,!" is grea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 August 1855

U I I' i- 1U ii i 1 i t K if 4 .1! i, -I! ji if f : ji i - V A PETITION -TO TI3IE. Touch us gently. Time ! Let us glide adown thy stream Gently, as we sometimes glide Through a quiet dream ! Hoinele voyagers aro we, ... Husband, wife, and children three . . (One is lost, an angel, fled To the axure overhead!) Touch us gently, Time! We've not proud nor soaring wings : Our ambition, our content, Lies in simple things. Humble royagers are we, O'er Life's dim, unsounded sea; Seeking only some calm clime ; Touch us gently, gentle Time ! From Household Words. WHAT MY LANDLORD BELIEVED. My Bohemian landlord in Vienna told me a story of an English nob!eman,as showing what my landlord, quite in good faith and earnest believed. It may be worth relating. You know, Lieber Herr, said Vater Bohm, there is nothing in the whole Kaiserstadt so astonishing to strangers as our sign-boards Those beautiful paintings that you see Am Graben and Hohe Markt, real works of art, with which the sign-boards of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 August 1855

H . " " - irr: - , 1 : , . . : 1 r. 1 1 - . .. . i-;u ; ;:V " . : ; : ... ... . ' TREE AS THE WIND. AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE. , . -- . .n fi? i.il, ,- , n; -". .- . .' i.i ' I ' ' ; ' J ; ; . .. . . i - , 1 1 i BY I-BTJCBER SWOOPE. " 7 r CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15f 1855: ' VOL. 2 -NO. 3.-T0TAL, 55. . . . .' '" '' ' - J ..."-.'" - ,,THE BBIDE,i , , ;,; ; :; A KXTRACT FROJt MACB--TEnVtSON's SEW 1'OEM. I havk led her home, my love? uiy only friend. There is none like her, none, - " And nerer yet bo warmly ran my blood, ; And sweetly, on and oo Valniingitself to the long-wish'd-for end. Full to the banks, close on the promised good.- -? Jfone like her, none. - Just now the dry tongued laurels' pattering talk, ticcm'd her light foot along the garden walk,' And shook my heart to think she conies once more; ,3iat even then I heard her close the door, ." 'i'lic gates of Heaven arc closed, and the is gone.:. , ?.. . There is none like her, none. ' Aor wilTbe when onr cummers have decea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 August 1855

TBI iilTSHAfl'S HUME. Clearfield, Pa., Wednesday, August 15, 1859. Acknowledgement. Received of the Rev. J. JC. at Cherry Tree, one dollar on adverts. .ApotOGCTic The loss of a hand compels us to rive less than our usual qnantity of mat ter this week. "We regret it, but can't help it. It trill soon be made right again. ; rilnoMt. iIhivoe. The Democratic Union and Peinsiifrawa Patriot, at Ilarrisburg, have been consolidated, Mr. Hopkins of the Patriot assuming the editorial control of the joint es- tablisment. . " "" ' - The Sesats. "We Lave heard it aid that it is the intention of the Democratic party to re-nominate Hahlin, for the Senate from this District- . James T. Leonard, of this place wo see, is a candidate. .We suspect that the Judge is a leetlt behind time. i I Election News. Contrary to our announce ment last week, Tennessee appears to have gone for the Democrats. The election was very close. The Americans have carried Kentucky by a large majority. In Alabama, Shortbridge,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 August 1855

mmwrn-mmmm; THE jOUMAL. HARVEST HOME. There will be an American Harvest Home held near New "VTasnington, ou .... WEDNESDAY,' SEPT.? 12 Til. "Speakers from a distance will be in attend." ence. Extensire preparations are making for the accommodation of Delegetions from all .parts of the Connty.., ;r !p ' , , ' r ,' r'.'Br 6rkr"of' the Committee. COUNUTY TREASURER. TlIE under signed tegs leave to announce to his friends that he will run as an Isvepespest Caspibati! for the office of County Treasurer, at the coming election. . . r. - - HENRY STONE. Clearfield August 15, 1854. HYDRAULIC RAM. The subscribers beg leave to inform the public that they have purchased the patent right of W. AB. Douglass' improved Premium .for forcing water up hill, for the Counties of Jef ferson, Cloarfield.Clarion, Crawford and Venarlgo. They warrant the aetion of the Machine one year, (when there i sufficient water to carry it.lif ordinary attention is paid to it. The "Rain" is a simple and effective machine...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 August 1855

u u m i M 4 I 4 f 1 it 1 t. 5 I si i-; SONG OF THE SU JLMEK fJLOWERS. ' f '""'"""' BT exkiisk a. smniu "We come with snileaof gladness, : The1 we're followed by decay ; t , And we claim a kindly welcome, For we bare not long to stay. . ., . Crant as gleam of sunshine, ' A kiss from summers breere, A few of heaven's dew drops W e ask no more than these. ... Then in jour daily pathways, So cheerfully we'll bloom. And 'round your pleasant dwellings We'll lavish rich perfume ; Tour hours of toil we'll sweeten, . We'll smile away your care ; And we'll even bid yonr sorrows A holy aspest wear. - ' There are many human blossoms With natures like our own, Whose bloom, from earth's fair bowers. May be as quickly gone, i Such, pure pale buds of beauty, . Are the angels of life's way. " Oh, cherish them with kindness, : i While in your homos they stay ! . . Give them plenty of Love's sunshine, ' With pity's gentle dew ; . . : And let the breath of tenderness , Their every step pursue. . Then, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 August 1855

1 Mi MJ ( 1 MJiil, 1 v y y zs BY II. BUGHER SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1855: VOL." t-m 4.-T0TAL, 56. .... . .. iss ; cy. Hi . ?i . tuirv?. i s m .m ra.fw. m?m-. w Ha . trt :ii ca ' (a . . . . -.Tf-j i . sa ., m m :ta ?-i "wr m m m m m tu-- j's-h m- tt -tar tf? 1 -hs'' sa a ? f . ;i - ; ' ' ; ; . """ - " '' ; ."-- : .--.. r . y: ... ..- - " . ; . - . '..-- .;'",.-- - ' ' . '. ' J'. ' . ,:, ; ! - ;.y ?..;' -r: ' .' ' .."'-: : . . . 1'KKi; AS THIS WIND. AS I AM-ZIiR'AX TO ,TU!2 CItii. ... . . ; . - THE . PRESS. ' vr v.. v: "When oTcr tKe moral world, the pall That told KeFigion JciiJ, was flunij AnI superstition's chilling thrall,--. , ; On Gpd'd.doierted altera hungi; . , -.Then in tha full ncd of the tins o. ' - :' .-.1'htre flamed abovo the arth- .' ' . : That gloriots star, wlioso light sublime Proclaimed the promised Suviour"S. birth. tkoasand year3 had waned away, ' ' The T.orld in mental midnight rolled Tho age of daikned and ilecay ' From memory crushed the age o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 August 1855

P I A & 1 43 a. m mwm imm. Clearfield, Pa., "Wednesday, August 22, 1855. Produce. We have frequently been asked whether we would take Produce in exchange for subscription and job work. Our subscri bers are informed, that we will be glad to get 11 k'nda of Brain, provisions, &c., at the mar ket price. The Harvest Hose. Our friends at New Washington will observe that the time of hold ing their Harvest Home is fixed on the 2Gth of September, instead of the ISth, which day comes right in the middle of the regular term of our Court. The 26th is the week after. It this is wrong, there is still time to change it. A More Fitting Occasion-. Our friends in the upper end will, perhaps, be disappointed at not finding an article in this week's paper on the subject of "Religious Persecution." We have concluded to await a more fitting oc casion, which, we think, will be afforded about the 26th of September. We will have it "cut and dry,' don't fear. Household Words, for September, has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 August 1855

1 1 MFTlitjy THE JOURNAL. PENCIL NOTES. Over the whortleberry season. Cool the mornings and evenings. About burglars in HoIliJaysburg. Coming Jack Frost, and the Adjourned Court. An excellent paptr the 'Scientific American,' see advertisement. Decided the "goose question." So . says the Standard. How? Good Periodical 'Household Words,' edited by Dickens. See notice. Increasing onr subscription list, and the num ber of Americans in this region. Short lesson. Punch teaches "book-keeping"' in three words "never lend them." Extensive the preparations for the American Harvest Home. It promises to be a large affair. Dead. The mother of Horace Greely, died at Wayne, Erie Co.. Pa., on the 27, ult. His father is still living. . Good D. S. Plotners cigars. They area prime article. Our friends at New Washington, who 'smoke' had better try them. Close trori. The Americans carried the elec tion in Georgetown D. C. by one vote. Ameri cans 241. Anti-Americans 240. Getting irarm the contest between...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 August 1855

u u 1 I tfSrtfevfcte1 $bW:mh v&U&iim- ft: II EOTOIE KITTIE. BT W." W. rOSDlCK- , . When the sunlight kissed the mountain, Bonnie Kittie came to bring Silver water from the fountain, Where the water-cresses rpring, Shrinking from lny love's caresses, " Loose her rayen ringlet drooped. And the streamlet cau'hther tresses, - As she blushed, but smiling stooped 'Kittie !". cried I, ' hear thy lover !" ' " But the laughing mai len fled To the cottage, through the clover With its noddirg blossoms red "Wanton Willie, cease to tarry,"' Said she, as her black eyes nailed, 'Bonnie Kittie uiay not marry, Mother iiecds her darling child."' Kittic's eyes are drowned in sorrow, From her cheek the rose haj fled ; For that mother oa tha morrow. ', Iu the valley found a bed ! : Hound her greoa couch friends ore weepihg. Oh, 'lu&s sad to cj ihem part! . Through the. band that I ain keeping I can feel her bating heart ! Like the night that leaves the mountain. When the gloom is turned to g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 August 1855

- ff - -.- . - .-. - - Hfifi .- - ' - riS i a- x k . . . i 2n; i-t . i 1 i li ..-iv - v ' . -I i - V BY H. BUCHER S TCGOPE. 7 cleaiieield;:- Wednesday august 20, iso-i- : ; ; YOL. 2. KO. .5.-TOTAL;"57. mm ;:.f-. I-c.." . : ' i . - -;: ..V . .':- ' - - ' TREE A5'TnEXl?TT:-llKc'A .TdVTjil-i''tiilk'' '. ' THE MENAGEniE. . ri4 yon cvcr! 1a. I Ecrcr!. -. Merey on og. whata frae!l ! ' Ion"t be frightene'l. Johnnv. floar ; ;': '. Grcion! how the jaekaMs ycU ! ' Motbcr tc!! mc, wTi;it's tljat man .' . Do'ir.g with tlial pole of Lis ? Icss your precioao jlitlc. licart . , . IIes stirring up iLo Lea.slcs3e.H! . . Children. Tant.yoa'go o Rear ; . : '. Jlcavcr.s ! there tbo Afric cowscs'., ... Wbat's tle matter with tie child? .- . Wnr, the monkey's tore his tror.ses 1 1 Here's the mrnstron? elephant. '' ' I'm all a-trcnili'.o t-.t the sight . : . ' Foo hi3 mighty toothpick, boy.s, ' ; "tyondc? if he's fi.rici.cd tight?.. . . Tlicrc's the lien co liis ! . IIow ho dras it on the floor ! 'rtkes a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 August 1855

tie nmnii mmi Clearfield, Pa, Wednesday, August 89, 1853. "A Nomination fit to be kids." Hon. Erastus Brooks, the present State Senator from the Upper District of N. York city, has been unanimously re-nominated, notwithstanding lis controrersy with Archbishop Hngb.es! Iowa Electioh. -An election for county of ficers came off in Iowa last week. In Davis county the American ticket was elected by 800 majority. In Walpello county, which u aually gives 60 Locofoco majority, the Ameri cans elected their whole ticket by 3000 majori ty. Sam" has evidently made a clean sweep in Iowa. Kentucky Election. Full returns of the State election show the election of six Know Nothings and four anti's to Congress. The State Senate consists of thirteen Know Noth ings and seven opposition, and the House of Representatives of Gl Know Nothings to 39 opposition. Morehead's (K. N.) majority for Governor is about 4000. Statement op Poor Tax in the Borough of Clearfield, for 1854 : Whole amount collected, $119...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 August 1855

THE JOURNAL. PENCIL NOTES. Dont forget the Railroad meeting. Getting worse the yellow Fever at Norfolk. Still untaltn Scbastopol, and likely to rctnai n Commences th 'Adjourned Court,' next Mon day. Opens the Clearfield Institute on next Monday, the 3d of Sept. Rickthe serenade at Clearfield Bridge, on Monday night. New counterfeit fire dollar note on the Bank tf Montgomery County. Going up the political ferer, and Oscar Mer rell's new Stove and Tin Store. Recovering the Rev. Mr. Cooper, who has been dangerously ill for some time past. Caucusing tne Locofoeo leaders yesterday. The thing dont work to please them, no how. Puzzled the Locofoeo wire-workers. They're like the fellow that '-wanted to, and eould'nt." For tale the "Elk Advocate." We are sorry Powell is going to leave it. lie is a spicy editor. Interesting the meeting of our Conncil at the Town Hall, on Friday night last, I. P. L. D. X. 126. Refuted the new trial asked for by Dr. Beale. by the Supreme Court. Jndge Black was ...

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