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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 October 1855

1 i 9.M : 11 ikil 4 4:: S 1 ! A3 1 " in I i M" f -ft., s m ill? ' 'i i .5 3 I? PI h ) i t I 'V! 'U ill i? i -U ill j i it 1 i i4 ? rATTT tTTT Nr. - '- - 8wet fcabbatb. of the year . 1 ' L -' 1 Whtte evening stps-deeaV-i-Thy parting stpmetninkT-lla 'Irteal from the world awayl us ia thy silent flpwefs "'; "Tr8 ad.L but sweet, to dwell, ' ' ' '"Where falling leaves and dooping flower -Ji- Around me breathe farewell. ' -ir'.u.1 . t. : av r: j L Along thy sunset ikies - ; . ; . . - i i -j-iTheir glorie laeU-ia shade,--r ; . t.And, like th things we fondly prize, : . . : .-' Seem lovelier as .they- fade.- , .' .. A deep anl eriffison streak ; ' "'.'Thy dying leaved disclose ; ;..'-' f"l " At on Consu'njption's waning cheek, . ! . p-Iid rain, blootns the rose. :' Thy scene each vision faring tf beauty iadeer;" ' -t -Of fair and arly faded things, ' ' -:'t Too eqnisita to stayj- - I fjbya that come no more ; . . ' Of flowers whose bloom la fled; ,jOf farewells wept upon the shore; . .Of fr...

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. — 8 October 1855

u u BY H. , li L'CHEIl. S WOOPE. CLEARFIELD, MONDAY, OCT. S, 185c: 'VOL. 2.-M 11.-T0TAL, G3. ma--' ' ! c i a i -"niM-qir ,rir1)..i.i u-i..j.ii i, -- -n. . ii i j i ji i n ,., , n ,, iVrniu. m m i "' ' '.:oi-r.y,-. -.: -.- . - - .v,:. . . . . - .-.-:-;.., ...i: . , . --..i; .. a t !: FREE. AS TIIE WIND. AND AMEKICAN TO THE COKE. - ,;" ' ,. .'."." '.' ' . " .' , "' v- !.-,; r. f' . t -,- j ..i i , ; j ; ' " : .-. - - ' '"." '.''-'' "' ' ' ' ; 1 ' "' . . ;,- TIE BAHSMAl'S JSlEIit. ClcaficH. Pa., M-tay, "ct. 8. 13S AMERICAN NOMINATIONS. ' , ; . -CANAL COMMISSIONER, . . THOMAS MCHOLSOJf: Of Beaver , County. U'.'AI. FOR SENATE, HENRI' SOUTUEn, V: r Of Elk County.'; , ASSEMBtT. WILLIAM W. WILLIAMS.' Of McKen County. 1 . f oa' iUBRir i .j. i .-- F.' WAUD,- S ir . Or Crearflold BurougH '- .! -!" T&KASUREK. f. r Jj-fHILIP ANTE5,., ( OfLavrence Township. .. GOMMISSIO.f EE. - ;.; . bobert; michaelvI Of Burnkide Townabip. talentine' iievener, ' Of Huston Township. : jmm!: WPP! i. Let every A...

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. — 8 October 1855

'. 4J m. .U At.'- r ft 5-: It r"ii i fat Ml 3i i Mi 9 I! A i. it J- i ' I" I "tfiV.i f1,i i i ; f i ' ' 1 - 3 f 1 i5 ..I 'Pi 5 I i If ; . T1IE J0URNAL.1EfTf i-s M i, fc. 4 ".u i a Thk News. The steamer Pacific scribing th assault and capture of the Mala- Vrlr 1.rinr a. wpfk'ii Liter AxXoi havin aail. euroa-ii Vrep ared toffoct iasaraiieea in 'aey- .wo f.-imi. and finished ott in compete ' ' . p r x no . &id 'adluuiu ' ( X'iuTifies.rotfte run as liberal C i :i Vm.i eivrtutve siaoie in ex ed from Liverpool kept. Despatches l'tis.-4 oa ctjhiincAtVitb the saxVy of fHio ,omi-;ty.e;l 'Uinctu I o.hor necessary out-buildm r:in. Simnson. from the stint oT war. liaiibetiQ lL T V k ? . JNO.vMoD3WJ-L ; r.. i-X.. .j-.u;Vi'tf the s uu -iiots. one frame . . ' - ..; . .tii 'Vt: && V: xsr-'Trv. V-.wi-bui1,h4-ittacb84v now renting kofl.. FIe-ay "AJ. Li oxlockuJJiuuuvXitJjfie,! to li!tV y u-u u-xco Ing of the 8th of September the French" col- , r l.,i1Iitl ,,, 1 uuins, under iyeiiew AWtmmO...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 October 1855

i) i III i Hi FREE AS THE WIND. AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE. BY E BUCHER SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17, 1855: VOL. 2.-N0. 12.-T0TAL, 64. I WOULD NOT LIVE ALWAYS. Br WILLIS C. CLARKE. When with a calm, observant eye We gaze on all this earth can give. And mark iU sweetest blossoms die, And feel its rapture fugitive; Oh. who can long desire to stay Where all is change from joy.to grief Where lore, and woalth, and power decay Like Autumn's melancholy leaf t Who, When the gorgeous spell is gone. That made his young existence dear When Hope's beguiling wing hath flown, And darkness blots the atmosphere Who then would journey dimly on Amidst a dull and plodding throng. Which like a stream from tempest grown. Rolls thick and turbidly along? What recks it upon vanish M years That sweeps like eagle's pinions by. With changeful round of vmiles and tears, To cant pale memory's mournful eye ? Oh. can it bring again the bloom To youth's res(ilendant coronal, Or can it rend the clouded tomb...

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. — 17 October 1855

0 SI "Til Tf if iT4B t :ht .it J., ii w. ? ,. Mr s m 3 1 il ir I Si : i 'if III EMfSW'S8?SML A v- A . ' iT'ii"? r " ClearfiSli, Pa., Wedntsduy, Oct. 17, 135-3. The DiSTKiCTf We have no definite news from the other counties in this district , but it would seem that Mr. Souther is elected by a small majority. We hope so. Backus is probably elected to the Legislature. The Election.-Any attempt to conceal our chagrin at our recent defeat would at the same tinio le silly r.ad false, and we therefore admit, "at once, that -we are both grieved and astonished-: 'We had c?rtainly: expected an American victory, and that we have been most thoroughly whipped by the combined forces of Rum and Locofocoism, is enough to grieve any lover of lus country. "With the aid of the Liquor League, and their hundred and eighty thousand dollars, the Locofoco party has carried the day. TTe wish them much joy of their victory. ; A "Word to our Readers. For sometime past we have been compelled to devote our colu...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 October 1855

Hell THE JOURNAL PENCIL -VOTES. Ended the political excitement." Slightly lid -Suva" last Tuesday, Siei the Hon. Lynn Boyd, of Kent-sky. Chilly the weather and the election returns. In a fix the man that broke the "staff of life." Still prevailing the yellow fever in Leuisiana. Abating the fever in Norfolk and Portsmouth. Pleasant the election returns to the Demo crats. ' i'Vocou Brown'i kicking inula . It performs admirably. Qirfei the election in this place. The effect of the "Jug Law." Extensive the potato rot in Wisconsin. It cant beat Clearfield. Winterish the weather last week. Enowcd on 1'riday and Saturday. propitious the weather on Saturday evenirg, for the Catholic Jubilee. Awful'. The mortality, in Norfolk alone, has now reached two thousand ! Ntatty executed job work, of every variety, at thisofiee. Give us a trial. j Delightful the sensation produced by thcnew3 thatyou're liok'd like blazes. Comfortable buffalo robes,, over coats, coal fires, and hot whiskey punch. Hipp...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 October 1855

TOE MFTIf 1 ' f !. fc; -I, will I) a II u 1 It y. i "J Si . (From the San Francisco Golden Era A STJNNIT TO THE BIG OX. Kompoztd whilst standing within 1 fel of him, and a tutctun of him now and then. All hale? thou mity annimill all hale ! Yu are 4 thowsand pound, and am purty wel Perporshund, thou tremenjus boveen nuggit ! I wunder how big yu wos wen yu Wot little, and if yure mather wud no yu no.7 That yu hare grone so long, and thick, aud phat; Tare father wadrekognize in yu his offspring or if And hi k&ff, thou elefanteen quodruped ! I wunder if it hurta yu much to be so big. And if yu grode it in a month or so, I spoie wen yu wosyungtha didn't gir Tb skim-milk, but all the kreme yu kud stuff Into yure little sUmmick, jest to see fed yu How Dig ynde gro; aod afterwards tha no doubt On otes, and ha, and suchlike, with perhaps, An ockashunal punkin er a squosh, In all probability yu don't no vure enny Bigger than a small kaff; for If yu did, Yude brake doun fensss. aud switch...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1855

u u M - "..'"' '"' ' ' " "" ""' " -"Tt ' ' IMI MMII I'll II II " I .gwMM I -- - - " ? - -- 1 ''gSMjjaMMMiaMM .. "-"j , '. , .'. ," . ,l.X: , .'f,5;.':,:..; ."V-: A' ., :T" V. r'X ;'.'.;. ; : '' ;''.'.' ; fues wixd,-as; AMimc am to the coke; : "- -""'' : ' ;;y ; ; .'"', i - . . . "..,' ".. - .r--3 ' '. 1 JJ i n i ' '. ' ' .' . " ' ' , ' ' 1 ' 1 ' " - ' - . , n. ; . , '. ii i ! ' 'V - . ii ' ' " -i ' " ' " ' ' ' ' " i '" - ' ' i ' 3 1 h -1 BY II". UUCIffill: SVOOPE, GEE AHFIELD; WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 185:: VOL. 2.A'0. 13.-TOTAL;.'65: .v t. . - A DOLLAR OR TWO. ' J '. TTIili cautions steps n we tread our way thrcuh This Intricate world as o'her folks do. t May we atiH oa our journey, be able to Tiew - Tlse benevolent face of a dollar or two; ' ' ' For an exeelleat tuiEj ' ' : ' r i Is a dollar or twe; ' ' ' ' t " ' 1 - friend iotrn ' ' - i- .: Asa doilar orUo;. . ' : ' Through country or town . ., . . j t As we paas up or down -;;;; ..: ' , Xo passport so good ., . - , . As a dollar or t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 October 1855

u u 1 ! ft iiFttmiur. JBiitii Clearfield, Pa., Weinesiay, Oct. 24, 1853. Apologetic. A we have been moving this week, and necessaarily compelled to be out of the office, we have been unable to ire the pa per the usual amount of attention. We hope our friends will look over all deficiencies, and hereafter we will endeavcr to make amends. . HrLuro'a Hotel Bcrht. The Hotel of J . H. Hclimg, at Lock Havn, so well known to pur citizens,- together with five or six buildings adjacent, was destroyed by Are on Friday morning", at one o'clock. Ex-Gov. Reedeb. Mcrdered. A despatch to 'tw York states that the Lexington (Mo.,) Express publishes a rumor that Ex-Got. Ree iB,of Kansas, had been murdered at St. Jo sephs. The rumor is not credited. As eric am Victory in Nashville. The mu nicipal election took place in Nashville, on Saturday, and resulted in the triumph of the American ticket with a single exception, that of an Alderman. R. B. Castlem an, American -candidate for Mayor, has 877 msjorit...

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. — 24 October 1855

7V ? 14 ...... w . M T1IE : JOUENAL. PENCIL NOTES. Gloomy the weather . Lirgt Chase" majority in Ohio v It is over i 20,000. S- I ' : T : Light the money market, and the man rith the Viwenej." . . " YoiMgth Govenor elect of California. He if ealy 30 years of age. Hard teorl rafting up stream. We don't like it would rather go down. ' Sagacious every body since the election. They all knew exactly how it would be! LieJLed John Bigler, by the Know Nothings, in California.' 'Served him right.; -. JkTad 'Sorrel-top', and 'Scratchy.' Can't help it. They must 'keep shady' after' this. - : 11 Just arrived a splendid lot of fresh Oyster at Charley Greaffa. Call and try them. Going tip the bridge over the river at this plaee . It will soon be ready for travel. Dilapidated some of . oar side-walks. They wbould receive the attention of the Boro Fathers. Wtustid a house-maid. . A good girl, capable of doing all kinds of honse-work, will hear of a good situation by applying at this office. . r Del...

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. — 24 October 1855

u u 55P2 Trr-T-r-rr-s: ; -7 9i 1 V I 'WTOi,ofth Hw. Journ oapf Ms letters ran , Idle did, jrives us the following before unpublished poem from the gifted aui univer sally beloved ? Fanny Forrester,' .Mrs. Jndson. It Is all about her noble busbaud that atngle hearted wbtsionury to ''India's coral strand." tha story of whose trials and sufferings, and success in converting the heathen from his blindness. Is known thro'out Christendom . jjl gazed down life's green labyrinth, - . A wildering mare to see, " r : ' ? Crossed o cr by many a tangled da?, ' And wild as wild could be;1 ' " '." '' 'r And as I gazed iu doubt and dread, : -' V , An angel come to me. " ; , v I knew him for a heavenly guide, : " -.V ' I knew him even then, - . : "'Tho meekly as a chiKl he-stood " " ., Among the sons of men, .'.'; t. By bis deep spirit-loveliness, I knew bim even then, - . .-' -J , And as I leaned.my weary liead , Upon his proffered breast, . - And scanned the peril-haunted wild !. From -ut my place...

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. — 31 October 1855

FREE AS THE WIND. AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE. . p. BY HV BUCHER SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESD AY, OCT. 31, 1855: YOL. 2.-K0. 11-TOTAL, 66. , BEAUTIFUL STANZAS. ' Ift my bower so bright, as I lay last night. The moon through the fresh leave streaming. There were sounds iu the air, bat I could not tell yor if I was thinking or dreaming. where. ?Twaa the sound of a lute, to a voice half mule. That sank when I thought it was swelling. And it came to my ears, a if drowned in the tears Of the being whose woes it was telling. The tones were so sweet, I thought it most meet They should not be tones of gladens; There are notes so fine. that, were melody mine, They should only belong to sadness. And the air-ereature sang, and the wild lute rang j Like a bell, when a cherub is dying I can tell no more, but the tale wa3 of woe, For the souads were all lost in the sighing! And still it rang on, till the stars were gone. And the sun through the dew was peeping; When I woke in my bower, every leaf eve...

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. — 31 October 1855

r f I i; r , 1 r i 1? ML, ' V, Xi Hi 1 Ft IN - Hi i- f. t. m 'i i 5 k.!- ' Mf! ,I;V r-fi, .111 It i .if I M 'i 0 .'m .Q , ,..S ,.,J.L..Jjnl -eiiTflld,Pa r Weijiay, Oet. SI, -1&55. Possible That we may not issue a paper next week. We are unable to say yet, but if our readers should get none, they need not be disappointed. . . , " Rink of Court. We call-attention to the Kale of Court in another column, fixing the day for applications for License under the new law." ; Those who intend to apply can read it. 7 Local Items. We will .always' be glad to receive from our friends in any part of . the county, items of occurrences in their neighbor hood, and we hope . when anything happens ""worthy of note, they will send it to ns for pub Jication. . . i . . . ' ? Thanksgiving Day. Gov. Pollock has ap pointed Thursday, the 22d of November as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer, throughout the Commcnwealtlu We regret that we have not room for the Proclamation. ' Wo hope and believe. -that the d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1855

,;TIEE JOURNAL:";! PENCIL NOTES. Ended the white hat season. Delightful the weather andjthe roads over the left - '. To he married Hon Jas. Buchanan, and Mud. Polk, widow of the late President. . . Unusual. A terrific thunder storm passed over this place oa Tuesday morning ah out 1 o'clock. Left town 'Scratch j.y It's said that on his ar rival in. Philadelphia, there was an 'orful' rise in th cassinett market. 'Startlin wfr'--the redoubtable 'Eob, of brick nd mortar notoriety, ha got to work! That's right Roberta put 'em through. -'-.' . All right. Some of the papers are describing a new counterfeit bank note as having for its vig nette female, with a rale In her lap." Indignant, very the Lumber City 'counter fcopper' at soma remarks in our last paper. Ile'd b.-tterholdhis wind..It wen'tpay to spend itonus. Enterprising Jlrm Merrell A Carter. They hare one of the most citcusive Copper, Tin, and Sheet-iron waro establishments in this section of the state. Tall the trees in Wisconsin ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 31 October 1855

THE HI mm Mi1' ;t .1 THE BABY SHOW. BT BENEDICT BACH, ESQ. Does your heart with joy o'erflow, Qod hath mado your child so fair ! . Send it to the Baby Show, I And at time of household prayer Lift your hearts and voices up. . Pray that it may win "the cap," Either by its bc&utioas eyes, Or its super-baby siie, Or its glorious golden tresses, " Or the smile its mother blesses, . Or some other charm or feature, Of the darling little creature ! '- Has yonr dansrhter won the prize? Hang it up before her eyes; Sure 'twill teach her iufaet mind To be humble, modest, kind ; Make her gentle, womanly ' Everything a girl should be; As a prize-boy-baby's medal-wife, Or has your noble little son . The meed ot fat or beauty won? . When old enough to go to schocl, ." If becomes back a drivelling fool, Made so by cruel gibe and jest Rankling within his manly breast, .... Then amuse his idiot eyes. With the hard won glittering "prize" Mere hopeful far from stranded wreck. With heaviest millstone...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 November 1855

u FREE A3 THE WIND. AND AMERICAN TO THE CORE, BY BY BUCKER SWOQPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOV. .14, 185-5: VOL. 2.-N0. 15.-T0TAL, 67. 1 it THE WIFE OF THE INEBRIATE. BY ROBERT T. COSRAD. A lovely thing is the light that joy O'er the young and gentle throw, When the budding heart love fluttercth, As tho humming-bird tho rose : But the grace of grief, o'er beauty thrown, Is a lovelier thing, I ween ; It is the pale moon's holy light, When it silvercth a summery scene. I am thinking of her I saw last night, Of her dark and pci.sive oye, Which molted into angel thoughts, And shone like a star-lit sky ; dreams, Her voice 'twas the voice that we hear in Or the rivulet tones of May ; Eye, voice, and all aro with me now, And never can pass away ! He once her young heart's joy drew near, And he sat him by her side : What was it wrung her gentlo brow? What flushed her timid pride ? His soul issealod to the poison-fiend ; Ilia breath is a breath of flame ; And gibbering heavily there he sat An...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 November 1855

UU THil n '51 i t ft f5 j 'V:' (.. .A t , 55 . . 3? V! i- II' 4 . t . i i u LI 5 : i I f 111 HAfTSMAI'S JOURNAL Clearfield, Pa. "Welicalay, Nov. 14, 1353. Tde Hard Times. It is not much wonder that we hear so frequent complaints of "hard times," when, under the Democratic Tariff of '40," there has been imported into oiircoun try during the last year, nearly $400,000,000 worth of foreign manufacture, which our ex perts have failed to meet by $26,000,000, in gold I Thus the whole amoupt to bo paid in coin is over sixty-four million of dollirs ! Is it any won fer money is scarce ? Pay day has arrived, and the specie must all be drained out of the country, instead of being paid to Ame i can mechanics and manufacturers, to be again circulated. How long are we to be governed with such suicidal policy ? United States Senator. From present in dications, we should not- be surprised if the Locofocos in the next Legislature would ex perience as much difficulty in determining who shall wear the...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 November 1855

T ' ths mrrsn m$ mm TILE JOURNAL. PENCIL NOTES. Pltnty mud and wild pigeons. In statu quo affair at the teat of war. To get blaguarded print what you think. Being agitated h Dr. Beale ease, again 1 till in priion. Wanted a load of good "corn-fodder." He In- qnire at this office. Scare provisions, money, items, and ugly girls ia this neighborhood. Nearly up the bridge. It will soon be com pleted, and ready for travel. . No douLt of it that you can get anything you want by advertising. Just try it At tporl. Josiah R.Reed Esq., the Sheriff elect has assumed the duties of his office. Query What's become of the Clearfield Agri cultural society? Will somebody tell us? Looks teell Merrell A Carter new building. It's a deeided improvement to the street. Wanted a house-maid, to whom good wages will be given. See notice in another column. . Light the money market. There is every in dication of "hard times" between this and next spring. Out of season the gallant Major's white hat. Lay it away ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 November 1855

u u II" IT ri BHILLIANT3. APTCMX SKETCH. 'There was not on that day, a speck to stain The azure heaven ; the blessed sun alone, In nnaproachable divinity Career'd, rejoicing in the fields of light. How beautiful, beneath the bright blue sky, The billows heave ! one glowing green expanse, Save where, along the line of bending shore, Such hue is thjown, as when the peacock's neck Assumes its proudest tint of amethyst, Embathed in emerald glory ; all the Hocks Of ocean are abroad; like floating foam The sea-pills rise and fall upon the waves; With long protrnded'neck the cormorants "Wing their fair flight aloft, and round and round Ihe plovers wheel and give their note of joy. It was a day that sent into the heart A rummer feeling; even the insect swarms From the dark nooksand corners issued forth, Ta sport through one day of existence more. The solitary primrose on the bank Seem'd now as if it had no cause to mourn lis bleak autumnal birth ; the rocks and shores, The forests, and the ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 November 1855

u 1 ;-"-,--S ?'; 1 ,V '' . "; Jl .::'. '--i ! r-:". ; r ' -;FREEAS THE WIXD.' AND'AMERIC.VN TO THE' CORE. ,' - - ' -m .-. . i s,')':- ; ; r ' :.---. J:, -.1. " - -.x. .--:- - . i ' i i - , - i i it " - . - - . ' . -. i ' ' . ' j ... . i .''..' ' - r . ' -" ' ' " "' BY K. BUCIIEJt SAYOOPE. CLEAltF IEL1), ; WEJ)iS"ES DAY, XO Y. 2 i , 1 85 VOL.- 2.-X0. iO.-TOTAL, 68. KOON. . BT BBTAXT. 'Tit noon. At noon toe Hebrew bowed the knee And worshiped, while the husdandman withdrew From the scorched field, and the wayfaring man Grew fan it. and tamed aside by bubbling fount, Or rested in the ibado'w of the palm. I, too. amid the orerflow of daj, -f . . ; Behold the power which wields and cherishes The frame of Nature. From this brow of rock That overlooks tho Hudson's westers marge. . X gaze': upon the long army of groves, .--The piles and gulfs of verd ure drinking in The grateful heats- They love th e fircy sun; sprays Their broadening leaves grow glossier, and their Minb as be looks upon th...

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