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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 26 December 1855

1 j if IS" r 14 3 ;5 If t 15 I IK , i I 6:, p. TIE SAiTSMAB'S VJOBItHAL Clearfield,1 Pa. Wednesday,' Doc. 23, IS53. -To Cobbespo3iDE5T3. We will send tho paper to the man in Indiana, with pleasure, if G. W. D. will givo us bla name in more lcjible characters. For the soul of us we cannot make it out. AluHumi. Where the deuce is"Airydala?" We should like to know what part or our land is eo productive of ' flapdoodle," The Stuff thoy feed fools on. ' The fellow that sent U3 that article on "change," must bo an exceedingly verdant speci men. Ho ought to have a leather medal. "J" L'. D We cannot do it. It would make us as great a jockos as yourself. Jt. S. You give us good advice, bat we ean't help it. We 'must do it, and we -shrink from no responsibility." B.- Columbia. We have sold the establishment. Tou are too lata , unless the purchaser "backs wa ter," in which event wo will be happy to givo you a chance. .- -J. P. It. We thank you for your Christinas gift, but it's rather a useles...

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. — 26 December 1855

u u 9) jip the JPWII-T -$,gh everyUkhIso. Jnfrrrttn-the Qvuxi pVecealings, in another ,rrceable day. ta i.-tv.-!-! :' a; W Wt-ialne bortt cooking &tovevry cheap. " r.' t :-r v--.v Ptj.n5-fcjy-i-tliT.resiitjjear, a&d the cueeis cf1ce spree of the'hoyum Christina. :t !! j-jf tne new editor' next week,' lie's . onr.'l c""T,--"wide awake and full of Geas .' Exciting th dog-figb.1 in" front of our ' office on. ilonday. Ccmld'-iit tell jxjkU ywhiebr licked. Numerous complaints -C . 4paim ;.uader . the asron"on CKris6aas.Th effect of li ring too high. fwrit-tWroady Jotn' tmort week. The tiiits ofubssribwVh'opawl'spi'werfc'like angels' firkiJ taV Between'; r.! ' . rr?? V i - Di'Tni lile it ur'dcvil, to worif p'n Christmas? COTWnt be helped. People will get sick, and our revlers mustlttW Pf'RV TyiOjr- M.istcai ocij Bext juooneiauoor.-Bpcuiiiiijr sicca hjs lt eoupA 7jy which heastonished tbt hatires.-Orro ns Fibr'sibonpip, Ed, . iiioet the b'hoys that tried it were not loDg.ih liiiir....

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. — 26 December 1855

u u 4. MR a IT V I.GOD BLt SS iMERipA 1 i l v ';. 1 V'-'t, ':.-i'4 4od blessTne laud that gave ue birth! !W iyer buUhis know we, , 7 Goalless tn Iad of all the eaxth .-. , .j , The; happy arid the free! ' ' Aad where'fl.tka land like' oars canrayeP '," ' The spleadar of the day, . . C. And nnl ho sm:o her'e a slave t-.d -CFo4:bl:9B-.Amenca!T.;'': . -;.:w,'f(, Ged bless the land,. V . .'..' Yhiani"blaved forever and for aye ! ' ,.-ft (564 TWir Uie land that gaTe as birth ! jpirs -God hiesarAmorica! '..' 1 ess sa . -.k? t.; j'-; -. '. , Por liberty' wntgrandaircj trod -. , . ,,( V .'. , " The wide aid stormy saa ; . -; :: - ; They botight -tiitr treasure with their blood, -- keir children all are free ! - - : ' : And free- amid earth's servile hordes, CTpointthe patriofs way, - -I - r With ploughshare turned in war to swords. sod bios? America, ! ,. God bles the land i &o. The desert howled, the pilgrims came; , They Had baptfession's chain; The deserts Wooracd.tha brilliant flams...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1856

i if. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856 NO. 22. Clearfield, Pa. Welneslay, Jan.S, IS53. TOTICE. Tho undersigned bavicg retired JL 1 from the editorial chair of the Journal, re spectfully informs Li J friends and the public, that Lc inny be found in Lis old ouc, one door east of the Journal ofiiee, up stairs, in ''Graham's I'ow," where he -will always be ready to attend to their legal Lu3ioes; having determined to devote to his profession hU entire aud exclusive attention H. tLCllEK SVOUl. . CiearSelu, Jan. 9, lt5;3. v ' Explanatory. Ilavisg been disappointed in procuring pa per, and not having a sufficient quantity on hand for a full issuo, we are very reluctantly obliged" to put out but a half sheet this week. A Parting Word. The time has arrived, reader, when the con nexion that has existed between us for the last eighteen months is to be formally dissolved. With this number of the Journal we make our retiring bow. In the face of the.most bitter end determined hostility, and ...

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. — 9 January 1856

I -J i jmmmmm'p - ' -y -;- V A Will v AUV - ? rf r-- ' - ----i v, .11 I . I ! I I 771 1 -Tvi-n-i-- ' I '' Deer Sir- recently eipe- drcsSfd of lato Jf' fltlalirinn' I Of our T?:t 771 . h0 Ligbest state of dis- : L - rfiil cO-Opcr""" 1 aPresWsJaeBB-. . iDlin0....Vltu,tBo Mect that . . it tP .rPiieDlwv - , ajiuub uiearfifDe r.. . ' HHAV4ldUlH "Fu . wtY exyci.. ' - v:-v ii wi' I i- .ai' ri unoie . TB Biesssg""--- vt wh;cK only one tUe n.y Z ..... 5, , pw on Monay:S"Tt" was ,ar- the allied h,lf of Congrt.thuai mode of itfl wffl b of "I'xc YESSAGE. , 11... :''. . ftTOR OF TUB "RAFTS.Ve bee H'J Dear Sir:- AJ ,114 J CSacr? T f -I ' "fusion fl and to our 1 in a " r Ka 11 3 ear. I "ay been present cond )ir ch. of Vor tr.5-83 to call r,t of our of a royal TeCC, ii. . o foment i that rorNapoiou, ; . year v; .,r0TWence hai great- ,c" . allied morements in wC - 95l5 V" Wmoealth UoriS th-P ve, - ' v r to cenpso 1 w hlossea vi lr,f4,mai strife ftaTe h,lf of ConS-V in th. mode of .U wlU be Uona bith...

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. — 9 January 1856

HI - Ml HI si! 'I'j m ' 31 J 1 m m . in '$$ .': I -i "a i t and twenty cents, bearing interest at ths r.le of five percent. per annum, payable sarui-.an-naally, on tbe 1st d.iys of . February ij1 Au gust ia each year, au i redeemable on or after the 1st Jay of August 18-35, were issued. The minimum period fixed by law for the redemp tion of these certificates, expired on the 1st day of An gust last. Noprovis:on has been made for their renewal or redemption. Although by the terms of the act authori zing these certificates of State stock, as also by the conditions of the certificates issued in pursuance thereof, the time of payment, after tho expiration of the minimum period, is op tional with the debtor the Commonwealth yet a due regard to the credit of the State re quires that provisions should be made for their renewal xr redemption. To redeem these cer tificates a loan would become necessary, and as a loan cannot bo effected, in the present fi nancial condition of the country, on ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1856

If. --i " I ' - ' . - ' As-. t - : ' I t 0 2J r v . M .'-1 1 - nearins inter n- ceo-' -i.. i-fe i.Tjcat. per annum, payaui j -w in tne city or Philadelphia. 2fo offers were -. I mads and enistnifinfl.r thn wnrt rAmiln nn- 77 - . j r . . , 1 ..... . . on tno isi " v. jsuiu- oeaiea proposals 105 tne sale or lease ot as each yef and redecmablu on or after "(the niairi line,""w the X j,,rA.ugnat 1855, were issued. The dir.tri w th 17 . i j, r .4. . 1 . : - - liiiuiOfj, periu,uii:ii uy law ior me reuemp lion eijso ceruncates, expired on the: 1st day ofV-ouat; lad. J,o provisfon has been X11 redemption y. ne terms of the act authori u ?u "-"r'aiPs f State stock, as also ,by the con,iloas of the certificates iasned 5 "-uvC yereor, the time of payment, after r-.t-VrH1 -of tlo minim urn. period, is op uur;"fl dewor tht Commonwealth yet a aue reg. to tbe cre Jit of the gute re . r.,,lullj snonia Demaae lor tlieir "n or, relltion. To redeem these cer tificates a loan Vtyj bPCOaje BeCeisarv, an...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1856

V Li V. -v.- i Viae 1 mt 1. E i i . r- . . y II I 7 : -" y - - i i ; .. I ftAliBXTWi- Geo I - - " i w '-Mv I pfonireaU hf' If J J3" V'Vepb Tins- Tf7at Irl nnt? T? - VTUODtAITTlVD 41 r T - t , me new county Treastrrer, ntered last wCL-k upon tbe da tie. OThrt office, w.jlcff ie Mil dobtlessdischarge UV' jr-,,a. "afisracfioh.- The' retiring ore, Mr. McPherson, made one of the omci-rs the county ever had. -a. Hills; Dentist, of hi ti-. menus m the vicinity of ?. vr.l,i...,f.. that ki in .. i . . . """to"" m ue at that rtfae !.m,t ?,. f - - - vwms I J V UIOH V I xeorc CLIPPINGS AND SCRI BBLINGS. the chap that wears KT'Qiieer geniu 'kaliker' hat. CTSo slow a man can't catch bis breath, tip the river, . AlOW nary to spend a few dava nrofVssinnallr All orders left with Samuel Sebrinir will be promptly attended io. Jan. 11 tb EThe wind is the only creatur that gets high on water. v by let- Fact children's dresses wea'- - ting them reach to the ankle? .couldn't set By In a bad fix the b'hrja...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 January 1856

''-! , oa tbo each rri' 1 ,7 .. . . v. nthvt- ,11 SA:y. i w I! r' ' .. . r- - -: -.... trim ciar ; v, For the "Raftsman's Journal." THE 8LAUDEEE2. ' ' BT A MADMAN. Give me for ink, the vilest liquid mire, , A pen of Adder's tooth, a brain of fire; -Bay me with ball-dogs, chafe me with oppression. Rouse all my Datura with a world's transgression; Then, with your poiton'd falsehoods pierce me thro' And I'll describe the slanderer to yon. He is a monster, hideous, fell and dire ; begat in hell, Beelzebub his sire, Suckled by envy, where vile serpents crawl, . His meat is poison, and his drink is gall. Cajoled by each vile passion of the race, In black deceit he filUa demon's place. -The dark Tartarian caves are his abode, lie feasts upon the venom of the toad. At virtues self h hurls his poisoned darts ; His music is the groans of broken hearts. The sights he lores, the burning blush of shame And human mis'ry is his constant aim. fie loathes whatever may be pure and chaste. And what's ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

YOL. 2. OLIAItfltlLD, WEDXESUAY, JAMJAHY. 10, 18o0. : NO. 23. UKOTlIElt, TAKE jlY- AK3I.. '.'."' : : BTC TII03TAS AC K ELL Alt. ,.' Whbx grief is heavy pa t&ee,; Or dismal fear3 alarm, y , ; : -! . 'Then, brother, lean upon me .SI J" brother, take my arm. s"K Thero 's many a load of trouble , . That iakoih two to bear, '-'' '-'' . - "Where'ono would bend quite double , Eeneath Uie heavy care. ; - ? t If malice, in ita rancor, '. r . lias sought thy mortal harm, , , , . . I . ."Myi shoulder be thincanehor i My brother, tako my arm. - Though' all, in time of trial,' Slay turn their eyes away, Nay. brother, no denial, ' ' ' "'."'j '2Iy arm shall be thy stay. : ' . If grief were mine to morrow, ' ' A grief that naught could charm, .' I '! cry, in all my sorrow, " 1 O brother, giro thine arm'.' ' Aye! let me facl another "Will weep with me In woo; A brother, yea, a brother, May all who sorrow, know! From the "Knickerbocker." A DEER-I1UNT ON THE BOQUET. It was a glorious morniug in Oc...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

1 J': V - ill". :.v;.:, ;ff '.Tr "- -ir If -v'-- . Jf . " : ' - FT V " r.?V..SVl ; 1 There latere TBiccSore' . The X" MertV If. ' i I V Zv I -21 V -. - V- , - . .. r- . m . V-- n -TV - --- T ' 7 I " ..-:.;-' . ., I i .'7 'I V 'i- - .-- :. --IF . . . ? - ':..; ----rv-''-. "-- f - V- J I : V -J IFI V. S . F -v . WSS ' 1 i ' 9 - - - . T T . .'..WTfll - 1 I -J . Ill X- " - i-' 1 I - - .-I . ' . - - -- -r Vi Pl. Vu 1 1 ! : I III fJm I ' ! 1 ' ' ' r J ' iC of trouble f fere 0114 CLEARFIELD, WEDMSDiK .UWA11Y 1(5, qnito doallo 3 surper.' But what 8ay to a compromise?'!"" try -Koarlnjr-Brook ?" ? J-et fatigued by (he length of the chase, veaiw "orsclvc3 un(lel th try 'Koarlng-Brook 1 'Ajreed, Squire I agreed!' "iln3Dlore th air of surprise than fright, hi's This little brook, riging back of what is gen fnUCf3 Ia'J gen,,jr Urk UPon .eck, h:sl erally known as Cobble for Koble'sV bill ana"dark ra'3cd and H his colors flying, lo ) JJJt should Thcogb ? v. -iMay turn i L Uay, brother ;' . 1 ' My a...

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. — 16 January 1856

fit MFflliMf i ..i i 1 v m 4 4 J 1 3 1 T. J J Raftsman's f ounial n S. B. ROW, Ejitoe axd Teopbiztob. CLEARFIELD, PA., JANTJAEY 15. 183S. . ; A "WOED nr SEAS03T. "Effort, it is said, is the price of success in every department of human action. Nothing can be accomplished without the exercise of the physical or mental powers. Every a chieremcnt of art, science or literature are the result of labor constant, unremitting toil. JTo system of government has ever been framed in the haunts of indolence no nation has ever attained to any degree of eminence whatever by reclining in the lap of apathy and no great purpose can be consummated through inatten tion and carelessness. The truths whioh are thought to be contain ed in the above brief paragraph, we would have every member of the American party ponder, - study well. If there is any one thing which wo would impress upon those who belong to our party more strongly than another, it is that of constant, harmonious action. There never yet wa...

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. — 16 January 1856

(--.4 X Hot, J Period .', ircr. 71 "a or 2r "-. 4 t .- .3 I ' 5 v.- 2. 7 "hoa-i-e4- Prow,0" i7 tint e lre.8a&7aeDieI0r,Sa oW.Pnaic TV v--' .' :' . Vih : I : f- v.! "? . !, - 7..' ROW, EniToit avd PRorniETon. 2AEFIELD, PA., JANTJAXY 18. 1856. i a w 71 cr a cat Vnrt.said 'is tlic nrico of mcss ,n ...vcMPart'ncnt of human acti-' Nothing fccomuliaTio.T xuitht- uo exercise of & ! M . llJ jvsicnl or monf a lowers, ivery a- of art scs110 or literature arc tho laboiv -constant, unremitting toil m Qivernnient has ever been framed -its of indolence no nation has ever to any degree of eminence wliatcv mg in the lap of apathy and no srreat can oc consummated through inatten carelessness. nuis wjuoli arc thou-l.t to be cor.t-ln. auove brief paragraph, we would hv- iinucr of tho American Dartv nm,i. ""J "" luiujj WHICH I impress imnn lmi i . i . i vuvo 1 1 u otiiong to more strougly than another, it is thaf mt, harmonious action. There n.-vr party successful that failed to n- mis the grea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

tie mm iffiMre 4iim THE JOURNAL. GENERAL NEWS. TnB Last Kansas Troubles. The Park Tille Democrat of December 20th, furnifihes us with the following information: "Wo nnder atand that Gov. Shannon has determined to give up the Gubernatorial chair in Kansas Ter ritory. Ilis reasons for doing so we have not lea.ned." The St-Louis Democrat, Jan.Sd.says "We on yesterday had access to a reliable pri vate communication, dated ate Lavenworthon the morning of Dec. 28tb, from which we learn the exciting news that, on Saturday, tbo 22d, the office f the Territorial Register at Leaven worth City, was entered by a mob and the press and types taken out, conveyed to the river, and tLrown beneath the water. Mrt'Dellahoy; the editor j was absent at the time, .and hero was no resistance ' oticred to the progress of the ri' oters. After having drowned the press, they returned to the off.ee, and burned a lot of pa per which had been supplied for the printing of the Register. They then dispersed, and num...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

' Br,.y.'''rWiujw-n A -A c ; ' J' i &)m. J X . V'. 4. tii --;n.. r it of December21' mrm.nes us tvith thwinSinon:-Wc under, stand tr.Shawf'h determined to ci; VtUe Gubernfrialcha5riaKansa3Ter rito His reasp for doiaS 80 w ,,liye not je ed " Theou'semocrat,an--says! - T-nst3a7 uai access to a reliable pri 'te con-H"'5'011' dated ate Lavcnworth,oii Abe mor of Dc. 28tb, from which wo learu ' 'tho in3 news that, on Saturday, the 2!d, r tj.J"'Ce ef the Territorial Register at Lcaven- yurih City, was entered by a mob and the press nd typss taken out, conveyed to tlio river, and thrown beneath the water. Mr. Dellahoy, the editor, was absent tit the time, and thero was no resistance offered to the progress of the ri oter?. After having drowned the press, they returned to the office, and burned a lot of pa per which had been supplied for the printing of the Register. They then dispersed, and numbers were shortly afterwards engaged iu fighting and rowdying arouud the Empire House, and oth...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

fig : mmmmB 'mmrnm. . : SIR JOITI7 TKANBUN. , ' -The Montreal Hcralf; of Dec. :21th," eontains the following Lighlyduterestiag additional par- iicuiara of tho Tourney a?sd discoveries of Messrs. Stewart, .Anderson,; and ; others, who recently retufned' from Montreal Island, near the South of Back Iliveri in. the Arctic Ocean where, they obtained evidencs of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his comrade's.' The party reached the outlet or estuary of tae river on the 30th of July, and skirted along its eastern shore as far S3 Point Beaufort, but found no trace. to reward their search. From thence they crossed over to Montreal Island, twelve nwles distant, lying nearlhe, western shore of the estuary ; probably ,dn that cros sing, incurring as great' peril as ar.y in the gloomy record of Arctic travels, pushing their bark canoes boldly out into the Arctic Ocean, and forcing their w ay thro' drifting masses of ice seven and eight foot thick. But they were prepared to make any. effort to ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 January 1856

i.. -ft- "7S - e . IN. tivnai ith. Stains fee f - 1'tir- e"es or A' fa to"11?' "ear e "u nicies, 'Probata ... "USuO. ui wr. Journ,., a tar ,C . " . river. , tu coast , run tl,,,,-,., . Ml 00 M. beach te of cr Int in oia.-a,, craw ashnrn t ' , "L,r t "at is corf,; . " lu Uie. Ti..- ""'.an.- nii .. ma Fraev. e OUtJefc "'J CHI,,,)!,: rl . """"Off. 1,.4 . o-'i, OI Tn..- -"-"'I- was r,' COaiii(te2 some ' .-If- J r i. . . i ii i ' en- real r.i.,.. , . c.'ji, ."s tT W .oZu7?' ,u,tfn T -r Irtr i'nporter i . Also. ' UE lin astir.V,; cryf FrJ Shoo T cat Lthef Citable fr" acc"' IIo fX,';n' n,J Stock "Joiver i'U-h wc are u .r,Vrpm. f our own di r,Jflc-t fctrcef we fccl coni'- "n rfn.jTic'y puu prices or of .4. i . --'w UB(.. ;.,i. ue .-. - ""3 Sln,,ll -HISS II -"Jl- cnokirjo- i. Tiej Jj)?r i i-"i;Ari,!?f,,i,so in 1hn country ' l'"inS ; the Ct. V Vluludelnhia. id , tl" m.jrKFHX AVhoK-snlo Try UooJ.s j iG. Market fc'trcet. 1-hilA.V!- near it 'tarts ', d:.. '-""TIL "can . . .a- J ' . an, i uiv y ....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1856

- .... i : - . . ! O III ' y4sj ' jii mis y y y la y 'rirm m---1 a,.. -a fi i II i i m m I SO-'? iV y 4. BY S B. KO AY: OLEAEFEELD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2-3, THE BLIND COY'S LOVE. There is something raournfully beautiful and touching ia the following lines, by John II. Sew. which, we copy from the ' Knickerbocker" for l'ec. List ! oh list! she is drawing near ; . For her tiny step and brief Fall sofily on lay strained ear, As the rain on Ternal leaf ! " Why beats my heart so wildly tow, , A'nd starts my blood in fiercer flight, And crimson neok and check and brow. " . As skies, they say-kc-n megs the night ? . .Why, e'en my tongue forgets its art, And croacheth down, oppressed with fear, As lilac when the north winds part, " , Or beasts whose master conieth near. Ah me! she has passed me like the breeze ,' 'With odors from tha autumn plain, -Or like a ship o'er southern seas, Whaa scarce a ripplct scars ihe main. Eut, as a wrecked ona on the shore, '' W'ten Night has set her sectries....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1856

'J I I- 1 i J r VOL. 2 -NO. 21. icJ! BY S. B. KfW. CLEARFIELD, "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1856. I H&H f JP I N; 1 1 I I- Wm -tlB'feli li I- Sill 1 ;- 'W . r . . t ....... . . i ZT7 J - ii - , . 7. h- 11 - 1 T. ; . 'Ml V 1 iji IB A . V 1 1 It .If- JanJ. Jjut. .'. Justlfo!,' It, 0n"T n.- ' ' THE BLOD CO LOVE. There . i8 Br.motliins; wnnlly beautiful and touching in the following by John II. cw. which wo copy from tho Ickerbocker"for Dec. List I oh list! she is Ving near ; ', For her tiny step a p brief FaK soft ty on my sirOd ear, A tl10 rain on verrf Ief ! ' Why beat3 my bear'?, Hdly now, AcJ starts my LI Jin fiercer flight, And eritnson neekad cheok and brow, , As skies, they s.vvfccn wings tho night ? Wiy.o'en my to;u forgots its art, And cronchetUown, opproriad with fear, As liiass when tJ north winds part, - Or Leasts wh3 master cotuoth noar. Ah me! the h psel me like the breoxa With odors m h nntumn plain, Or like a rfiin'er southern seas, Whn scar, Jipplot scars tho main. Eut,...

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. — 23 January 1856

Slnffemau's Imtrmd S. 11. KOW, KniTua asd riforniETOH. CLEASriELD, PA., JANiTAEY 23. 1356. Judging froia recent political movements, there seems to be a growing disposition in the opponents of the Pierce aduinistratiou to adjust matters and concentrate their forces, in the free States at least. In his recent annual message, the Fre.sident lias taken high pro blavery ground, attempts to justify the repeal of the prohibitory clause of the Missouri com promise and the passage of the Kansas-Nebras-ba bill, declaring the measure to have been 'attacked rith violence, cn the false or delu tiva pretext, that it constituted a breach of faith," and is basely servile to the South and abusive of the North. TLii conduct on the part of the President has done mnch to facili tate a union against him, and it is to be hoped that every cflort will be made to cflect it fully, ia order that the Administration party may be successfully resisted in the approaching Pres idential contest. Tub Amkcicas State...

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