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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 November 1855

P :r,fi "I 111 HfiSUU'S JilHIl. Clearfield, Pa.' Wednesday, Nor 21, 1855. (Crowded Oct. -We hav e been compelled to omit our Pencil Notes this week- Sorry for it, but it can't be helped. They'll be all the racier in our next. A. Rafting Fksh. There ii a good flood in the river, and a number of rafts have passed down. "We don't suppose there will be a very large quantity, after last spring's experience. 'Glka flops. We learn that the old Tavern Stand at Glen Hope has been taken by Mr. Benjamin F. Alexander, who is prepared to accommodate all who may five him a call. We-hare bo doubt he will keep a good - house. ,Qcibt. What's become of the "Clearfield Library Association V Who has the funds ? Where are the books, &c J It's about time r ome account was given to the subscribers who paid in their money, and have not yet re ceived any consideration for .it. 'Wanted a smart, active boy, to learn the printing business. A lad about thirteen years of age, from the country," would be pref...

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. — 21 November 1855

THE JOTJEML. Rbooc Iilaxd Licekss Law. A new act tuts been Introduced into tho Rhode Inland Xaseably, to sopersede tho existing liquor It provides, fin substance, 'that cities and towaj may grant licenses for tLe"ale of liqu.ora.in quantities sot less tlf&nr'oiiu ftuart . the party licensed joying bolid ' that- be will not allow any such liquors to be drank on the premises yhere the same .la sold that, he will not sell to' any person Uud6r the influence of intoxicating drink nor upon Sunday, or upon any week day- alter ten o'clock in the evening iiior aell any liquors not pronounced pure by a commissioner appointed for that purpose nor give credit for. any liquor sold, 'Hotels not to be limited in the quantity sold. ?: a ' ' The Stake. Senator Atchison has written a letterto-nome friends of his, in which,, after complaining that he and his border ruffians are not properly backed" up by; the South in their attempts to mate- Kansas a slave State, he adds, in a concluding paragraph...

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. — 21 November 1855

u u CM STAND FIR3L :, BT. flASCOI. A6E. . . -., : "l Tfcereare moments when life'e slutdowi : ; ; J - Fall all darkly on the soul, . . , , mding (tors of bops bojond Oim' i'-.-i " . In black, impervious scroll ; , When we walk with, trembling footstep, ' Boarocly knowing how or where .. . - ; . ?The dim paths we tread are leading, ' . 7 la oar midnight Of despair. -' ...'."V. Not a ray to oheer ns onward - ' -7. Not a gleam from oot the past .,! . While the roar of clashing waters : Comes to as upon each blastl '-:.''.' 4 . ' Aye! another step may plunge us In the dread abyss below; Oranother step may save ua t .From the very depths of woe. ' - Stand we firm in that dread moment Stand we firm,' nor shrink away, Locking boldly through the darkness, - "Wait the coming of the day; . ' . (lathering strength, while we're waiting ... Forthe conflict yet to come; , Fear not, fail not, light will lead us, .Yet in safety to the home. - . Jirmly itand though sirons lure thee; Firmly stand tho...

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. — 28 November 1855

""" '"" " - W r ' ' ' ' "" - - ' " .''' ' , - s- I ' - - T i t a ; ' ; Zi":.-.-- ' f-7 r r ' -. ' - '" - - "- vBy. n."JnGIIEIl:SWOOPE. : Y:; ; . . ' ; ; 4For the Raftsman's Journal. Br- KtUTH. ' r 1 J . - I saw theo In beaut y, radiantly fair i w:' . ? Brilliantly gleamed thy sparkling eye .i ; ' : Q lossy the fold of thy lkn Jlr-, v-i . - In their clustering richness, and obon dye.. vdr i ----- " " ' . fc, . ight waithy step." and thy inula all glad, ' ; - Gleesotae thy voice as 'it gaily sung, -. ' ' - . 1 knew that thy heart had ne'er been sad. i ' Mai ne'er by.aorrow and pain been wrung:' No furrowi weVe'madeoii thy forohead fair y " By Time as ho blessed thee wUh happy hours, . Ver hadst thou known either sorrow or earo !" Thy life-path had been bat a pathway or nowers. Alas ' how' the' 'care-cloudi have darkened th ' . . . - ! t, . v I i ', V v u --- J - ' w Thy.furnr ha wasted thy eunken ey-' . i.IiJjpi witl the tears of broken heart, A JJIeep traces of care on thy forehead l...

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. — 28 November 1855

- a, ( . HE EAFTSMAI'S JQBR5AL. Vlearfleld, Pa. Wednesday, Fn 28, 1853. - To Correspondents. We bave on our table three or four communications, which we hare been unable to examino. They will bo atten ded to next week. " A. L. K. xour rhymes miscalled poetry, eapnot appear iu our paper. . We suggest that you attend a certain "Institute" we wot 'of, and, enter the "Preparatory Department" where they study "Spelling and Defining, Reading and Writing," thennterthe "Higher Department," and take lessons in . "Orthogra phy, Reading and Penmanship!" ' Perhaps after this course, you may be able to writs an article fit to appear in print.' : ' 1 J. K. Your article is entirely too personal. In addition to that, the subjects are unworthy f notice. ; ' " ' " 4. 3. i4o Market M. xour name was stricken off our list, because your paper was returned by the Post Vaster, marked "re fused." ' - Boggs" no name, no sense, and no read- ing it.' Better attend to your own aflairs, and set a good example to...

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. — 28 November 1855

TOE' IP! IIMMWMM THE JOURNAL.. BY THE LAST MAUL-. American Rational Convention. CivciaxATi, Not. 23. The National Ameri can Convention yeterday afternoon and even ing waa occupied in discussing the majority report, which, after a long debate, was adopt ed on a vote by States, which stood 93 to 11. The majority report declares the repeal of the Missouri Compromise was an infraction of the plighted faith of the nation, and that it should be restored. If the efforts to that end fail, then Congress should refuse to admit any State into the Union tolerating slavery, form ed out of Territory from which that institution was excluded by the Compromise. The report also protests against coalescing with any party that demands the abandonment of American principles or the disorganization of the Amer ican party.. A meeting of the delegates at Philadelphia on the 19th of February next, is also recommended. ' ' " " The minority report was mainly sustained by the Ohio and Michigan delegations. It d...

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. — 28 November 1855

u u r it 1 I M 3. i 1 1 - (Fro ib lb Home Journal. if tir WILLIE AND ms BRIDE. BTj.JJ.jnTT ILlBtB. . I Ioook upon the branny path " " "Whtre two walk ride Tby ridarr r" ' -. They lova each other, true and, well , , T ,, JBat, oh, the fata re who c&n.tell? le.- .k:. jjBkina neuen Keep . .. -.,;?:.;: ;. ; cr ,r-. - Out Willie and hit brid! - - - L f -M '.- - - .-: If V i - . i ( 'O i i Ko clouds are frowning o'er their headey i - Ne thorns are 'neath their feet; "Z They think the-wide world glad they Pear Saviour, grant they. ever may; And let -no woe betide' -Our IVlUie and his bridej. uOu t r.i ' i i-'i J k i - -s Their years are few, and may their locks Y . -Grow white beor" jtheypart; tVj Vr . Bat never let a snow-flake fait . To bUght their bloom f heart.-; -t l.We love them much, and ,to thy care "We leave them and confide T-i-; -! ''''-.ihatangel wini will fold around ;'.;'., Our Willie and his bride! " ; Black-handed Blarney. ; An Irishman, on Barney Brady, was brought up ...

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 December 1855

u ' ' " " H FREE AS Til!-: WIND. AXO AMERICAN TO THE CORE. BY II. BUCHER SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 185-5: VOL. 2.-X0. 18. TOTAL,. 70. I EXTRACT THE 2? JEW POL3I OF "III VWATnA." KT LOSGFELLOW. " When Hiawatha approaches manhood, he learr.a faetoryof hi mother' wrongs and his heart burns tarccly against bis father, and he resolves to aeek and punish him. Putting on his enchant ed nioccasons. by which ho goes a mile at astride, and taking with him his magic mivtens, which crush rotks at a stroke, he journeys to tho domin lons of Mudjekecwia. The description of that po tentate of tho West Wind is singularly grand; an I the Mil-control of Hiawatha, as ho ioa Is his father gradually to converse about Lis niotbcr: and re strain all external manifestations of the wrath that glows like a coal of fire in bh heart, is thoroughly-Indian in its conception. At last the hoarded rage breaks forth in a storm of accnaa ..tion. find h Msuila Mudjekeewis with all the telght of his pasaion...

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 December 1855

if a ?' li V flE IHISBAI'S HUM. .0'eare"fl?a...jed-'frduy, Io-& 1835. . "To CaEpJiDiSiS.--We are orry our friend lt Brookville, didn't tell us of . the where ibou s of f Pr. I. B. Ki rsE. whom be say's Las left the county ' "as he has departed in our debt to the tune of a- bout 53.' He must' ha a --scay' individual, for a f :' inan that witP cheat the printer will steal, as well "; 'as gamble. ' ' ' ';; . Le Ermfn & Duff.on New Yoik, ore indebted I to us in the .in of .$12.00 oa'adrrtis'ng. ' If they r .will paj it on receiving this notice we ll say no ... .thing wore about it but if . bey,lon't look out ' for squa'ls. V.'c sajpect wi have been slightly bamboozled" in this affair, and if it turns out sj. ' we'll be revenged, depend upon it.. M. J. W. Try again. The iJea it a ool one badly executed. You don't understand versifoa- I lion.- 'If we can get your article into ' '-measure' we'll publish it. '"''; -; Vlt.O.L. Publish your article ! TTk would "us . .coon think of run...

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

--,-f- ' , .TUE .JOUMAI: PENCIL KOTES. 0i-f-ru to wn." ' ' v. - Jllisstng-bxir scissors. Br-ganin-tarn'tt old winter. . . , ' 'AssemlledCor.grtst on Monday. . ; , i, - A trrotg-eroxLT Shanghai rooster. He's 'some 'cnacir;;:;. ft'-, . v.; a poor -;,,fiaiid ' warrants. They are below' par -orfuiJy.'. ."T'TII Arrived the sour krout ssason.' Wo'nt we be in our element?'; . - . ' i- " i.- - , . . - JntertxlingvaT outside, and the" "situation' of ..tithe French Empress.' ." " '. J)arriageJiht pair of unmentionables found on fcunday morning. . ) demand overcoats, blankets, and every thing that ''isuketh warm." CliangeiMt the weather, and the politics of the man in the high heelo J boots. ' AcceptaM ikat load ef wood, Joseph; send us Mice more as soon as possible. Important several of the Commonwealth cases to be tried at the coming Court. GrHira' the complaints of '-hard , times V They'll be harder yet before spring. Refunded the subscriptions to the Library. Sorry it's 'busted.' Should La...

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

8 Ml mi I! 'Hi - 5 - m its 1 If THE DYING YXLVIL- xr vcavUM rcu.0 Earisr. t;i. ; Now doth the Lurry icg sun Tardier to riso, and earlier to his rest. : -Uort gorgeous gild with gleaming gvila the weet, ' . Whene'er his raoe is ran. - r 'jr -' . i.f y j,v J f ' J . The iany colored leaves j .- - s Ara weeping o'er the heath with railing aoand. -- Xad swallow's empty and deserted nests are found ' " Beneath the eaves. The frequent blast - Groans thro' the night, and moans in lashing seas. " Scads the dead limbs, and leaves the rifled trees Skeletons cf the past. The winds that moaa, Tte leaf that withers and the limbs that fall, The flight of birds, but dying years recall, YiU many a groan. These, life do typify; leaves Misfortune is the blast, and treasured joys the And friends, the birds that dy th wintry eaves, ,When comes adversity.' ' ' , "By and By." There" music enough in these three words for the burden of a song. There's hope wrap ped up fa them, aa articulate beat of the bu ...

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. — 12 December 1855

fi - JSI lei FitES A4 TUB WIND. AND AMERICAN TO TIIS COR ! . " ' -T I, BY-EiBUOHEB SWOOPE. CLEARFIELD, .VEMESDAY, DEC. 12, 1855: VOL 2.-iT0. 19 -TOTAL, 71. tea ; -o-a-jjm' "m : - 1 ' A. "' J A A. ' . ' ' " . ! ' . ' I t II I : II-II I fel i r r ; Www W . ife Ma-is-- : m;m m . m . TIIEHE AliE NO TEARS IN HEAVEN. J r BY JCn!C T. SCCWARTZ " ' I met a ebibl, his feet were bare; - ': weak frame shivered witli the cold ; Ilia youthful Urow was ki't with oare, -. flash icz eves Lis sorrow tuld. ' -SaiJ I. " Poor boy. why weepeft Uou ?" My parents hvth rsre dead." he saM ; Lave net wlsrre to lay uiy head ; '-' : O. I.p.m lore nml friendless no w Not frieiilcsa. child, a Friend on hih i'ur you Lis vrt:,;'',u given; CLscr up atd Lid cath tear he dry ,. i "I'L-er ere uo tears 5u Jlcuven." 1 d-v.' . taaa in ili'e's ?:y noon, r -':i!i-a weeiu J J "er fi is youn. wife ' ier ', . . rTn.i:it r epiirt." he'crivJ, -ej'scoh!" J(. wr. Lis cl.evk their rolled a tear. -II44t-jlriken One," sfiM '. . "Weep...

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. — 12 December 1855

1 'T. Til MITSMil'S JDIHAL. ' ':ear':-i. Fa. WeJ.-.e-saav, Ice 12, 1353. . a i r.i.ii.n.-., To OonrK-PONji;:TS. Vic have received a com .Jauni!:;tioa fron 'a-use where, the Lord only "knows wfce-re) and if tbe author v. Ill come and read it for us. we v. ill tall him whether or not it can le 'published'. Our pet Shanghai, could make a better looting scrawl by travel ling over a piece of paper after his Act had been dipped in the ink. . L. S. Letter received and amount credited. J X. L. Can t do it wont pay and would'nt if it did. . J. P. IYilinpa we'll publish. See about it. , It. O. Made a contract to take e2ect in about . three weeks. Your'o too late. A Good Oppohtcxitt. We call the atten tion of onr mechanics and builders to the ad vertisement in another column, soliciting pro posals for the erection of a School House, at Curwensville. Read it. Read Them. We publish in another column a most excellent article on "Convents," from the '-Christian Advocate ami Journal," which we lir....

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. — 12 December 1855

i ! 'THE iOUJiiN'AL. Great PtxSjtJiVAxx-v Cw Cacis- A cor respondent; Toifca to ihkltibune from V7; ynes borough, that tbcrcorn crops of Franklin aud adjoining counties are greater in-tlii aggregate than beforp -in fii"tecayif$.:T From seventy to TWnAiyhasbeb. per acre is Aceninioa jTs'u, atid ono field, owned by Dr. Wa. Rago.v, of Wadi- rtHgtou coilnty, Md., made one hundred and twentytvo' bushel per acre.' The writer adds:. jiOHf still-houses are in full blaze, converting, as fast aa possible, food into poison, to swell the, list of criminals ad paupers. - The grain nfcat'as uowed this. ttUL'Jobks line, and the weather ii remarkabiyfiue for this season of 0 tbo, year'" t; "... t .. . . -. - -.o-i As an evidence of the sport to be had iu Texas, we give the ,1'qll.owing paragraph from the Austin State Gazette i " " "'" V (,We frefinently Jiear of fine sport in bear hunting in our-u'pper valley. Some panthers, too, and leopards are occasionally killed. Bnt tha last specimen M 8 'rela...

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. — 12 December 1855

u -. ra T3-. rs ir'5. s. v. (3-. ,sv Arsx fvi f? f5 Ifi'SrW H1 j' idV 'iVrr a'J jj: - nothing IS LOST ,. Nothing Is lost; the drop of dew ; , ; i T - Which trembles on tbe leaf or flower ' Is but exhaled to fall anew In summer's thunder shower, vfercbaace to shine within the Low T That fronts the sun at fall of day Perchance to sparkle in the flew Of mountains faraway. 1 . ' ... r ' . Nothing is lost; the tiniest seed By wilil birds borne, or breezes blown, . Finds something suited to its need. Wherein ?tia sown and grown; -The language of some household song, The perfume of some cherished Cower, Though gone fi-oiu outward sense, belong To memory 's after hour. So with our words, or harsh or kind, - Uttered-they are not all forgot; They leave their influence on the win J, - Pass on but perish not!- - So with onr deeds; for good or ill, They have their power scarce understood; Then let us see our better will To make them rife with good ! . Patent Alarm Eeds. Those who have visited th...

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. — 19 December 1855

u A. - 1 i U e:J J tifettlcv. m m vi T'riil lnV.J vis Uij)': ieV.?srn. -a . two; Mt!Mt:I'. "J.-. ' fjt't"t 0 1-- I?' -, rest '-. ' A. j&.'J&s Jh 1 WE : - -MiM art fl-.l hi - i i i i - i - j5 j v- j: - a r - a r - - i j ? tt.T -i..-t :ti .M:iLi,c:i . : fc "t.4 P- I" mrWiJH'-i v- "UtfM s.il Wl-r-J ft -..".. a - ' ft " fat " 53 111 i ' i-tf i T . 't FJlEiJ AS THE AX1 AMEKICAN TO THE COSE. BfciSpW qWcliitf S 'i Vi: nt.day'Aiiie;r0iiit six, a;ltlloit tjicin v. itu j: -TiiO.se times are dlHeret j" Ailic goes on .cL.i:: K JiT CStlLD i-"-- t- 1::..!J -j a griaU Coto couched in polite .terms pxliin- J:sl'rnuily "tliere ar0 r.o unch fina as:mllk'S -Aghtjs fwrni biiVhduholl sobV;;: ;5; ; jlintft.at'ie'co;;M not procnrmoiv.'tJn ; i.xt at t:u! great; hoirsj-now as thore were when I :'E oi .".e iafstii.ieJ: "j'tit t!u Mc'wiiicii sle atiji'ovoJ slioiiul sliort-;j .was.a Lis-. I reraeiuber. one night I lived ?ifewli cjyr; caBUed r.b '''.'lvtwi!ver'; aohr nils iflvtf i'rsntv'd to rap h 1 ' ....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 December 1855

iff i 3 i m mmmmmi " V - -- i,r. CTciriieia; Pa. Wel-'eslty, re3.1V 1855. - X . - . . .. . . : . - - To Ccup.esimxdkxts. We Lave a number' of communicators cn osr iaMe, that wc cau't get tima t!.l3 rrctk tj uf.-the'. C.II, L, V,'c Lire got a boy. You should have writtsu bo'j.ier. . . Q. X. 7ho d I'jou gay? Well, Maze pway, weeau stand it. Although it ii ia violation of oar rule, wc can not refrain rein r-ufclisbhig bore, the following publimo effusion: It teats Longfellow's "Hiawa tha." alt hollo:. ' ' . : Till: 11 ML KOA5. f t iiY i tAL KAL ItL'ji v LUD-liOiTttl. Tit:t Yar.kesdooile. Cheer up Uearfnoiids be not dismayed, The ri!ru:iJii a eomiLg, Tb paddies soon will u&s xhe spade --. To tix the iwad for running. , , V."i;li carta a;i J ,whsti!-larrows they'll bcia To Iffel iloiiu tlie mountains; .- I-Jagjury vtiil .likewise riay, , ,Jn culjrti:; the fount Coiifr.istors tli(-y vill onward pro.i. To have thtir work diminished; -i.ul ia two yearn, or uvfcii lesi. The railroad r. i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 December 1855

iaA 2: if' &r3'.ivi ii-L'trt t J1A The -Kane KpDnft.fr!ioY'ii;ulVxf 1 !ie laic Artrtie epftdU'id:Tiff -ttiarfcH ftrSir Jolur rrtiafc'-H I;a bhov a large? raJije or. fljscr.veiy nam nau I jcu auticipal.itipii tliO pTalimlaary report. Many iiavo bteaiLibited to tho Secretary of the Xavy,andsaLjectod to the .XaUoitt-o:jr-vatory aad Cpa&ticv'Tjy;; L'rdCano" Ins c i dcaiiattsrlsrtfa tessrve. VJhe area 'of the open sea, by a carefid revision Cl lbs work, has hvoal ;it( ad t ciceed four thotaxnd ' n ilesor more tiian ot(i'ihoasrKlfirf cxevii of 'Woi ig iiiArvstrMftte;" TTvis large body was absolutely and ciitircly.-frco, from. led.'. 4The( 'scientific' maUTtalf-'ScTciiUtfoh-'. will -bcrublished undvr'rhfc 'direct fjurga. of Dr ICano, who" lias tec a detailed' fo? that duty Ly. ther Nayy De- I,?Wa T&- -Sui.itluonirto Institution and Co.;.st ;tirvvy 'tare both . vf'aiuiet'rad.thcic aid iii furtherance of this object. Wash. Ur.iox, ' Loxo 17' r.Aar' The Xibliviild Gazelle as:;:- t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 December 1855

f km if. Mil-;- . TIIERO?E-V.'ALR. BT HE5RT W.'LOXGFELtOW. . In that long buildiag and low, With its windows all n-row,. ? . . i ; Like the portholes of ahu'k, llttman spiders spin and spin, Backward, down their threads so thin, Dropping, each, a human balk, . ; ; - r-. .' ; . At the end a a open door; Squares of sunshine on the floor Light the long -and dusky lane; And the whirling of a wheels . : , . - . Dull and drowsy, makes ma fool . ' All its spokes are In my brain. As the skinners to the end ' Downward go and reaseend, .' Gleam the long threads in the sun; While within this brain of mine Cobwebs brighter and wore fino ' - . .By the .busy wheel aro spun Two fajr. maidens in a swing, . Like white doves upon the wins,-; -Eirst before my vision pass; ' Laughing, as their gentle hands . Ctosely clasp the twisted strands, ; 'At their seadow on the grass. Jhca a booth of mountebanks , Wuh, its smell cf'tan and planks, And a g'u I poised high in air On acord.in spat3'ied dress, . '"W...

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 December 1855

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Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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