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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 August 1855

ii o. I i r' i s! 1 i I 1 1 1 c SPEAK OF A MAX AS YOU FIMHHM. BT F. C. tKB, KS1. ' , If Ruin has scattered her. fatcn!enU untrue, ? Paying some friend, never ndnd him: Take "Truth" for your motto, whatever you i, Anil speak of a man as yoa find hiai. 'Of those who have large faaUa mcvcr utter loud . exios, So step in the proper direction '. Oft silence is welcome, l oft tidies she's wL?e, ..; "o woraan or man is perfection. If Poverty s frowned on a man well to do' With icy like mantle eiubouDd hiw, Beuieu.ber that fortune may deal thus with yen So speak of the man as you find him. There are who iroall point cct the wrccthed in scorn " Religion they say bidu them do it: 111 warrant , if ever they pass through life's morn Urcinorscd that in even they'll rue it. . Fo purveyors of slander who deeui themselves wi.-e, Of a snow-ball in winter remind them, .. Which being rolled onward incrcas-tb in size, Lid them speak of ail men as they find them. Fo, i? Rumor ssattereth his statements u...

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. — 5 September 1855

i! life Mf :S fciA w . -i-.ulU h 21. j BY Jl. BUCHEB S WOOTE. OLE AHFIELD, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1855: VOL. 2.-M- 6-TOTAL; M '.'Jii?TTtf"".n'!"' "T' .""TrTT"' ' ' i r " ' ' - .. ,, . ' - - r ., , , , m , , - - , , ".,'.- , ' , , 3.'" ?'';?':J f-:;- j',J '"" ;T'."r;;':- - . '' !:' ; :;- - ' ' FSEE AS THE WIXI: AND .AMERICAN TO THE CORE. -.. -: - ' ... ; STBIVE, WAIT,. AND PRAY. Striro; yefc I do oat preiuL-e . . ." ThVpnio you' dreani of to-day,. . Will not fad a when 7011 thick to. grasp it Anil inel6in'ytTjr hand away;- But another and "holier treasure . ' . You now pcrcLanice disdain, , -' . . i ' . - -Will coma when your toil is over, . - wWid pay you. for all your pain. . !! ? , J.!vm. :M . . . Wait; yet I do not tell you The hour you loag for now, 'Will not come with its radiance vanished, And a shadow upon its broW ; '. ' . Yet far thrfcugh the mity future,- ' . ' . .With a. crown of starry Iiht, ' ' ; .. .. An Lour of joy you know not .' '.' . Js.winginj ber tileiit flight, '. ...

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. — 5 September 1855

the mm tie EAfisiiAis mini Clearfield, Pa., Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1853. AMERICAN NOMINATIONS.. TOR SENATE. B. F. LUCAS, Ol Jefferson County, f S6c to the action of the other Courdiit. TOR ASSEMBLY. Da. C. R. ERLY, Of Elk County. . Subjtet to the action of Elk and M'Kean. for SHERIFF. R. F. WARD, Of Clearfield Borough. TREASURER. PHILIP ANTES, Of Lawrence Township. COMMISSIONER. ROBERT MICHAEL, Of Burnside Township. AUDITOR. VALENTINE HEVENER, - Of Huston Township. A Stabbing Scraps. A fracas occurred on Saturday last, a short distance from town, be tween Benjamin Carr, and Nathan Trude, in the course of which the latter was stabbed with a pitch-fork, which pierced the right arm and lung, causing a very dangerous wound, from' which, it was thought for a while, he would not recover. We understand hopes are now entertained of hi? recovery. 'Carr was bound over on Monday, for his appearance at Court, and we therefore forbear to give any statement of the facts, until after the trial. The R...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 September 1855

THE JOURNAL PENCIL NOTES. Lively oar Tillage. JSlimly attended court, this w-eek. Dead A rut, Ex-President of Mexico. Unabated the yellow fever at Norfolk. Unpleasant the weather and the mosquetoes. 'Blown, up Catholic Church in Sidney Ohio Cmtu be beat our ticket See it in another col umn. A fizzle the Locofoco meeting last night. They're lost in a bog. lit session the Special Court. Judge Wilson, f Lewistown, is presiding. Query. How many Know Nothings voted at the Locofoco primary election ? Great humbug keeping bachelors hall. We're down on it like a thousand of brick. Commence the Camp Meeting between this place and CurwenariUe, on Friday next. Behind-r-our paper this week. Cant help it too much to attend to. Do better next time. Commencing im earnest the fall campaign.' There's fun ahead, "keep your eye sklued." " Rich the primary election in Beccaria. Two Locos and five Know Nothings ! Crow ye roos ters! Boil J to be beat the Locofoco ticket nomina- ted on Saturday. They cant...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 September 1855

u u 1 i ! HI 4 3 3 'i 'I '-it. 4? '-, !5 ill .. . JUDGE ITOT.' ''-, : ; Judge not'; tbe workings of Lis brain ... And of bia heart thou eanst noiseo: , - .-t "What looks to thy dim eyes a sUinv I ,In God'a pur light may only ba '- A scr, brought from some well won field, ' "Where thou would:t only faint and yield. - ,'. ' Tho look, the air, that f rota thy sight, " May be a token, that below ' The soul ha3 closed in deadly light .j.f. "With some internal iirey foe, i. W'hos glanie would seorch thy smiling grace, ' , : ; And cast thee ehudering on thy face ! The fall thou dareat to despise " Slay be the slackened angel" hand . llaa suffered it, that he may rise "-. And take a firmer, surer stand; 'Or, trusting less to earthly thing, May henceforth, learu to use his wings. -,, And judge not lost, but wait, and see, With hopeful pity, not disdain, The depth of the nbyss may be ' ' The measure of the hight of pain, ' And lore and glory that may raiso . -. This soul to God in after days!...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1855

4f CX I - ,V - " Iff vu ir-- izi Hi fi Hi Kill P H: , W T w FiiEK A.S THE WIND. ANi -1 MEXICAN TO THE COIIK. BY H. BUCHER SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 185?: VOL. 2.-1X0. 7 TOTAL, -59. IV !i- T ill - J t J A .-XJ 1 Ik u .a ii i a m s 4kT MUr MUI AA TO LAURA. llie MVSTEHT OV UEM1NISCEXCE. This most exquisite iovc poena is founded or. the PUtonio nation that souls wero united in :t pre existent atate. that love is the yearning of ihs fpin't to reunite with the tqirit with which it formerly mado one and which it discovers on the earth Tho idoa has often been made subservient to poet Try, but novor with so earnest and elaborate a beau ty. livening Gazette. Who and what gave to mo the wish to woo thee' Still, lip to lip' to cling for aye unto thee? M ho made thv glances to my soul the link WUo Lade me burn thy very breath to drink? My life is thine to sink ? A from the conqueror's unresisted glaive. It'lies, without strife subdued, tho ready sinve So, when to life's unguarded ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1855

u he rides, with flashing eye and belting heart, to the National Palace of Mexico. But six months before, Wixviexd Scott had land ed on the Mexican coast; since then he had stormed the two strongest places in the coun try, won four battles in the field against ar mies double, treble, and quadruple bis own, and marched without reverse from Vera Cruz to the city of Mexico; losing fewer men, ma kins fewer mistakes, and creating less devas tation, in proportion to his victories, than any invading general of former times. Well might the Mexicans gaze upon bis face! TIE RAFTSMAN'S JfllRML. iwzM&dfrti mk J. Clearfield, Pa., Welnesiay, Sept. 12, 1853. AMERICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR SENATE. B. F. LUCAS, Ol Jefferson County. Subject to tht action of the other Counties. roa ASSEMBLY. Dr. C. R. ERLY, Of Elk County. Subject to tht action of Elk and il'Ktan. FOR SHERIFF. R. F. "WARD, Of Clearfield Borough. TREASURER. PHILIP ANTES, Of Lawrence Township. COMMISSIONER. ROBERT MICHAEL, Of Burnside Tow...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1855

THE JOURNAL Correspondence of the Journal. Philadelphia, September 8, 1355. We are at last assailed on all sided by the note of preparation for the contest nest month. Tbe Administration, or old Locofoeo partr -"have eoae out with their State Ticket for the "city and a, miserable farce they have made of it. Oa the whole ticket there is not one name that would add any lustre to our Legislative halls, or reflect the slightest credit on the in telligence of our citizens ia tbeir choice of re presentatives; and if there was any probability of their election, it would be a disgrace to let icir names stand in nomination. But, faith in the integrity of this Gibraltar of the Amer ican party, will not let our friends at a distance suppose we are sleeping here. Xo indeed. "Still water runs deep," and our unfortunate President will receive another grand rebuke for infairous proceedings, within the next fire "weeks. "Sam" is not dead, but has both his eyes wide open, and in silence is observing...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 September 1855

u u ,S y-?.-sMJr T2;- '-H a1i 3-- Hi 3 3 1$ 'IS Is ti i i s Japanese Peculiarities. It seems that tbe national exclusivoncsa of this peculiar people is also exhibited in their aoci&l babits. Tbo streets of their towns pre sent only a dead wall upon each side, the hou ses being situated in gardens behind them, and bidden as much as possible by trees and shrub bery. Being under constant surveillance, the people are much given to hiding themselves. Their dress consists of one loose robe with girdle about the middle. This is a very cool arrangement for summer weather, but in win ter is not quite so comfortable. However, they manage to keep warm by levying contri "butions upon each other, for whenever one member of a family goes out in cold weather, he borrows the garments of all who remain within and l uts them over the other ! The Japanese idea of a shoe is peculiar. The nrticle with them is simply a sole, and is worn not for the protection of the foot which in fact it does not cov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1855

s , . RJ mi n ii m mm e L. W M !Wi H M M ff FREE A3 TJ11T wm. AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE. BY II. BUCHER S WOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 185?: VOL. 2.-N0. S.-TOTAL, GO. From 'Maud.' a new poem, by Tennyson. A SONG. Come into the garden. Maud. For the black bat, Xitfht. has flown, Come i"o the garden, iland, I am ucre at the gate alone ; And the woodbine spices are wafted abroal, And the musk of the roses blown. For a t-eeze of morning moves. And tho planet of Love is on high. Beginning to faint in the light that she loves On a bed of the daffodil sky. To faint in thj light of the sun she loves. To faint in his light, and to die. All night have the roses heard The Date, violin, bassoon ; All night has the casement jessamine stirr'd To the dancers dancing in tune ; m Till a silence fell with tho waking biH, And a hvtsh wtth the setting moon. I said to the lily, 'There is but oue With whom she has heart to be gay. When will the dancers leave her ulone? She is weary of dance and ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1855

4 I I I 1 X S i a. 3 1 a- .1! t & 3" : 4 t I" si? ) ft W k a. r r , ?1i 5 J THE RAFTSMAH'S JOURNAL Clearfield, Pa?, "Walneilay. S pt. 19. 18S5. AMERICAN DOMINATIONS. roR SENATE. B. F. LUCAS, Ol Jefferson Countj. Iubj4d to the action of the other Countits. FOR ASSEMBLY. Da. C. R. ERLY, Of Elk County, fady'sc to the action of Elk and X'Kta.i. tOR SHERIFF. R. F. WARD, Of Clearfield Borough. TREASURER. PHILIP ANTES, Of Lawrence Township. COMMISSIONER. ROBERT MICHAEL, Of Burnside Township. AUDITOR. VALENTINE IIEVENER, Of Huston Township. Ths "Whig Candidate. The Whig State Convention which met in LTarrisburg last week, nominated Joseph Henderson, of Wash ington County, as the candidate for Canal Commissioner. He is a good man, and would make an honest and faithful officer. Back Again. After a much shorter absence than we expected, we have again returned to onr post, and this week take up the cndgels aj usual. We are glad to find the prospects for the success of the American party so ...

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. — 19 September 1855

3 t li,' -i UJCXl v O. THE JOURNAL. PENCIL. NOTES. Throng court, tbij week. Do fit forgtt it -the American Meeting this eve ning. ', .; Short oar Item eolamn. Cant help it Have'nt time. Wazing wjtrm the political fight. It's getting decidedly hot. Still unaiated the ravages of the Yellow Fever at Norfolk and Portsmouth. The accounts are ter rible. Rich the "Democratic- Anti-Enow Nothing Mass Meeting," last night. It proved most em phatically a grand title. - Scaly Bigler's speech last night. Wonder if that's the mode the Democrats generally adopt to convert the '-old line Whigs?" To Come off the American Harvest Ilome, at New Washington, next week. Let one and all at tend. It will be a grand affair. Id ignificent arrange m tut getting married. We advise all our bachelor friends to -try it on' imme diately. It's a great '-institution." hi session cccrt Judge Burnside is despatch lag business, and clearing the list, with the most commendable perseverance and industry. Among the mii9ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 September 1855

I il m film m ill 'a St f- r i1 SI 1 ; r ; . :r i-j 5. n JI2 k - 3 .3 5 ft! i " HI I. hi i WRITTEN AT 31 Y MOTHER'S GRAVE. BT CCOBGE D. PRESTICE. . The trembling dew-drops fall Upon the shuttng flowers ; like oals at rest 1 The stars shine glorieusly : and all ' Save me, arc blest. Mother, I love thy grave ! The violet, with its blossoms blue ami mild. Wares o'er thy head; when shall it wave Above thy child? Tis sweet flower, yet must V Its bright leaves to the coming tempest bow ; Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem ; dust is on thy brow. And I could iovo to die ; To leave untasted life's dark, bitter streams By thee, as erst in childhood. lj And share thy dreams. And I must linger here, To stain the plumnge of my sinless years. And mourn the hopes" to childhood dear With bitter tears. Ay, I must linger here. A lonely branch ujon a wither 'd tree. Whose last frail leaf, untimely sere. Went down with thec . Oft from life's wither'd bower, In still communion with the past. I turn, And mow...

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. — 26 September 1855

i; y:uiWiiLL III 1KEE A3 TiI3 AVD AMSIUC.VN TO THE CORE. BY II. BUCHEE . S WOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEMESMY, SEPT. 26, 1855: VOL. 2.-M). 9.-T0TAL, 61. D EVENING. ; . ; Br ATAILOK. Dr. 0. AV. Holmes has thus cleverly conjectured n hat a tailor, poetically given, might say of the beauties that cluster about the closing day. -Day hath put on his jacket, and around His burning bosom button'd it with star. ' Here will 1 lay me on the velvet grass. That is like pudding to earth's uieagr ribd, And bold communion with the things about inc. Ah luc! how lovely is (he golden braid 'that binds the skirt of night's descending robe! ' The thin leaves" (juivaring ou their silken threads Do make a music like to rustling sntin, As the light breezes smooth their downy nap. -Ha! what is this thHt rises to my touch, J-hi I'ie a cushion Can it be a cabbage .' It is! it i"5 that deeply injured flower wvs do flout us with; but yet J love thee, VVLicti - ""rapped in grcon urtout. Thou giant rose, .. . '" blu!i a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1855

'Sr kWt- mm .Hviimiiu TIE HAFTSMAB S IIBUBBAL: Clearfield, Pa., Wednesday. Sept. 23, 1835. AMERICAN NOMINATIONS. ''" CANAL COMMISSIONER, - PETEJt MARTIN, . : ' Of Lancaster County- ; . :.' : -ifon sheriff. ' --'Ri'lV.'WAKD,-: Of C!arfk-M Borough. ...... ..TJIE-ASUBEB.. .... . PHILIP ANTES. -Of .Lawrence Township. COMMISSIONER. : ROBERT MICH AEL,' f " Of Burnside Township. ' AUDITOR. .-A ... VALENTINE 11EVENER, Of Huston -Township. Setii A. Backcs. This is the name of the - Locofoco' candidate for Assembly. We believe he lives in M'Kean county, and all we know about him" is, that lie is the man who was 'used l ?st fall by the locofocos, as a secref tool to defeat Alexander Caldwell. They' were - not successful then, and if we are not very much mistaken, they will fin?! them selves in the same situation next October. Peter' Martin, Esq. We this week nail to our mast head, the name of Peter Martin, as the candidate of "the' American Party for Ca nal Commissioner. Mr. Martin resides in ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1855

.? aAt 9.- T mi 4i m& tjf&& i U 9 -U I TIIE JOUEIAL: PENCIL NOTES. Coming' the election.;. -' " - ' ' Left totcn. Ex-Goy., Bigler. ' Dull our scissors and exchanges., ' . Quiet our town since court is over. V:'r Commenced thQ State Fair, at Harrisburg, yes--i terday. i y;:i ." ' -.:.,.,', Comes off the Harvest Home at New Washing- ton, today. . -. v ,,v, .. -, ' ' Cool the nights. Fires are begining L to feci comfortable. , . .. . .', ; ., Out of dale white hats and linen eoats. Their glory has departed. - ; "--' ''''. " Interesting the court proceedings in another column. Head them. ' ' ' ' -. ' ' -".F; 1 .i Busy out fanners, seeding W are always a little late in Clearfield. Y Dotit forgrt it to be assessed in time. Let ev ery man see to.it at once S. .(Jen. A.L Hills is dangcromlyTill. It is feared he will not recover. ; : '.' Turned Mormon ono of the United States offi eers in Utah. lie has two wives. Scared the Locofocos.' ' They are almost read to give up the ship. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 September 1855

u r: 'f-i- ?! Hi 4 -Si V v if Jil i i 5 i.f- i lit t.1 I 'J ill J ji E :: ...UMlJEETHEJIOOir. tUn the moon M th twilight bww, Ripples th water ia pahsea of light- - And luttatbe roieea that come thro tne CBder iae.elm rew.m'uty and dart, Imght. Love aweet laughter rings from the bank Sprinkled with mny dim red lamp, Stretching away through the distant damp. Hark! .'mid the foliage blossomed witu wane, Tinkles a. serenade under the moon. Coder the moo in the viP-age street, Gossipping groups in the shadow meet, Seated at dusky doorways there, Red lipped maidens tast of the air; Whispering now of tietr lover' yea -Blue as the beautifctsuiomer ekies; Whispering now of the-r flatteries sweet, As autumn. fruitage dropped in the heat, Under the etdeuce, a trembling tune, t-oft as their pulse, under the moon. Under the ran by lueeool sea shore Tho wind walks over its spacious floor, CourtiBKheEnowjr-fcosotiicd sails Daintily dipping through azure vales ; Over the erUp foam bearing along Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1855

i .. 7 ' --;'"'''':! ityfo...If ', ,t "j. V, "d'i uBMa-Vl''; '. r -JiKSIi' AS TIIE WIXP, P -AilliniCJAN' TO THE CORE. ,;' ' ' ' ' - - - - - .. BY- E fBUGHER' SWOOPE. i.---i, j(I -xfl 1 , ' CLEARFIELD,. WEI)X.KSJ)AY,: OCT. 3,': 18-55: ; - 1.. . VOL. 2.-X0. 10 TOTAL, a -: ki'-i-. CREATION OF EV.E." bi SK8 K.'n. Evans. And the evening aoJ'lAe HiortHHsf were the six A" i.I VMYi rrUH.: :.- t r . ' c I lilt iiiorinnrSlMr ahouo i in tbc iear);iititt;tt tky; ' and dimlT.'T.-h' firir. 1 - Hi 'Twal da-.Tf ovrr KJeir. tnowet vtuicy sua strcaiuia tuc pur? c.tiiv CuwuoJLwii 1 jr. tljo. breath t the .ilc w r - jissii tej viaJ: !to stirlcss each ioaf wftbiu forest and jilaJe' V That itsevuied like a vision by fnAy 'displayed';. oh. ha J yijiI'VaxcJ in ea-.-h eovCrt orgreiiV eUUan5e was UieljUit.s... Jyvieg prU?f Enchanted tiie echoes rouud ui'ountaiii and height;' Why eah not the su. Yrrf,. bis p:. on b!-E from a bver jalU r.hadowy diauee.aWaj!A -. .h. well knew the aiitla that favored retreat." '...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1855

t !l! SiFISUiS'S MBMI. Clearfield, Fa., "Wednesday. Oct. S, 185S. AMERICAN NOMINATIONS. ' CANAL COMMISSIONER, PETER MARTIN, Of Lancaster County. : FOR SENATE, r '' HENRY SOUTHER, Or Elk County.' 1 .1 ,. tor sntRirr. . . R. F. WARD, Qf Clearfield Boroagb. TREASURER. !. 1 PHILIP ANTES, Of Lawrence Township. ; COMMISSIONER. - , BOBERT MICHAEL, Of Burnside Township. AUDITOR. VALENTINE HEVENER, . Of Huston Township. TO the Polls ! ! Let every American see that each friend of the cause who is entitled to a vote, is out at the election. Our enemies are making the most desperate efforts to ac complish our defeat. They are traveling the' county, slandering our candidates, and mis stating our principles LET EVERY AMER ICAN BE ON GUARD. 2 - Americans, os Gcark! Our friends should not fail, on next Tuesday, to challenge every maa who is not known to be a bona fide voter, whether bis name is on the Assessor's list or not. MAKE EVERY FOREIGNER EXHI BIT HIS NATURALIZATION PAPERS! ! Let firm and de...

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

i ; - . " THE JOURNAL. PENCIL NOTES. Taken, at last Sevastopol. Prevailing the Dysenterry.'' " ' Convalescent Gen. A. M. Hills. : .". Coming the election and an American victor J. Fgglt the mornings,' and. the .brain 'a of the "orgin" grinders. i ' '.' I. Shot at, but missed Louis Napoleon. Ita a great pity he was'nt hit. . s Rotten, very the potatoes in this region, and the Locofoco party . . Muddy the roads, and the ideas of some of the Locofoco loaders. : ' ' " Arraigned again Arrison, the Infernal Ma chine man, at Cincinnati. .--t : " 5 '. ; Traveling tho "monkey show." It is said their antios are decidedly laughable. Wanted fresh butter at this office. ' The highest ish price will bo paid. '" Fetch it along. Hot, very the campaign this week." Every body and all their friends appear to be excited. New post master Robert Rothrock .has been appointed Tost Master at Caledonia, Elk Co. In town the man with the bellows cap, and know nothing unmentionables. He's or.c of 'em. rittifnl ...

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