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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1856

A iff! .7 1 i -I : 1 I . ---tz -rrrrn- II -- s , - - . m - MsIf . - ' - - f Zjs -'-it .1 " r -T rirf, - !?. IJ. KOV,', Editjs Asn PnorrMETon. j till rt'C(.i oi:ttiti liiu i-urjius, jtl", , ' Y boa growing d:t.iositioa in i t,ie iercc administration to a, Vi concentrate their forces, in 2 least. In his recent annual Vsident has taken high jro--Jenipts to justify the repeal loons of Lcare- clause of the Missouri com of a most unla-assage of the Kansas-Ncbras- It is stated tblUS the measure to hare been pally of virtu violence, on the false or delu riotous f-Tt, that it constituted a breach of mails himself oely servile to the South and and denoKVorth. This conduct on the in tbc, oi'iuiit lias u'iiv- i4t.ii iv laiii- Arrt will mulp tr ifTnof it fnllv. 11 v- resisted in the approaching Prcs- contest- k -T-n in ?t trr PnrvrTT. ni? flnrft rlr. x l , ii Kori its st;ss;on at Oolumbns on tne lin. ai- ' ! fntthor rlprlarntinn of its vidWS Ul) LLl'll--. 1 11 inline - i : 'v on the subject of s...

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. — 23 January 1856

u u 1 a a wii m s$ j-a m m& i : TIDE JOUBInAL GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ISCRS.V3B.07 2CET5PAPEIS. POSTAGE I'ECC'l v.vsitRD. We sec br the Postmaster General's ! Kcport that the ; expenditures of the Pcpnrt r.ciAt excoud the rovenao $2,625,200 1G the oaiUya having reached $9,003,812 23, during tle last fiscal year, whilst the receipts amount ed to no more than $7,342,136 13. Mr. Camp bull suggest scvcr.il ways of supplying the do- ; ficiency, the most prominent among them bo- j inj the restriction of the franking privilege to j.ublic documents and letters relating merely to public business, and charging ful! rates of postage) on newspapers in all cases, instead of half rates, a.i now, when paid quarterly in ad vance. The latter suggestion is certainly an unhappy one, and will meet with little favor in any quarter of the Union. A total aboli tion of tho- franking privilege would at onco meet tho .demand for it lias been estimated that the full amount of franked matter reaches yearly $...

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. — 23 January 1856

JW I -:.'-' : ..... , ...... ........ --.--. -r ....g., 1 ' 'j II . Tl " i v - - X. 3. I ; n ..o. nn T"T-W ' j 7X0"- T INa'U t.KAnil JIKUKS 1UK i-li' I 8 , . , .n.-rf-ra with Certain 8t of TfflJOIJRNAL. ESEO, INTELLIGENCE. fctcaEA e? nvsPAPEa Postage Recom- esdep.- " 1 15 Ha postmaster General's L-port that -expenditures of the Depart - :nt cxccct rever.uo $2,628,200 1G the 'outlays li ivM i-acLcJ $9,908,312 29, during the last Cs'J'ir.TfliiUi the receipts amount ed to no wore :9 $7,312,1.06 13. .Mr. Camp bell snS5cst srtfril ways of snpplyin? the de- cii;2cy, tie tt prominent among them be ing the rt-stricoa 0f tlie frM1tins privilege to public docuni:3;s ami letters rclal ins merely to public busaess, and charging full rates of j eit 'S- ca n;!Pipcrs in all cases, instead of ball" rates, as sow, when paid quarterly la ad vance. X;'e'-tter sugge.itiou is certainly an nshapt:5 c-' an1 W'M nieet with little favor in a:-- quarts of the Union. A total aboli lii.-.i of 1"? i 'ranking pr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1856

u u f. 4 lZ ' lit m I i (i 3i ft I n i ? ' -i M n. i ii lit 1 f THE MEHIIV SLEIGH. BT LIEUT. rATTEX, U.S. X. Jingle, jingle, clear the way, , 'Tis tiie merry, merry sleigh, As it swiftly scuds along, Hesr tLe burst of happy song ; See the gleam of glances bright, Flashing o'er tbe pathway white ; Jingle, jingle how it whirls, Crowded full cf laughing girls. Jingle, jingle fast it Cies, Shooting shafts from roguish eyes ; Careless archera I'll be bound, Little heeding whom they wound ; See them with capricious pranks, Ploughing now the drifted banks, Jingle, jingle mid the glee. Who among them cares fur me ? Jingls. jingle on they flow, Caps and bonnets white with snow, And the faces swimming past Nodding through tho fleecy blast ; Not a single robo they fold To protect thorn from the cold. Jingle, jingle 'mid tbo storm, Fan and frvlic keeps tbcia wariu. - Jingle, jinglo down the bill, O'er tho meadow., past the mill, Now 'tis slow, now 'tis fait, Winter will not always last; Every p...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 January 1856

..'Vein . . tthiurw. i mum immu mmmm ' - If k ' lie mm mm ' vention, elected a Convcnti likewise, t !M Ter' I., i;, Deu .thef.A eiv v! Lon A new mm ?: j 3 -TSv- I m a V i-' f .V - . x - - ilERUY SLEIGn. lKt I. TATTEy, u. s. x. ingle, clear tho way, aoerry, merry sleigh, illly scuds along, ho bnjst cf happy song ; a gleam of glances bright, ing o'er the pathway whito; mmmf jingle-r-how it whirls, fkll Of laughing girls. fjinMe fast it flics, g skafts from roguish eyes ; 3 an&crs i n bo bound, Voting whom they wound: V p them with capricious pranks, jughing now tho drifted banks, rBglo,inglo mid the glee, Vho among them cares for mo ? -- inglo, jingle on they flow, Caps and bonnets whito with snow, And tfie faces swimming past '-Nod&trijj through tho fleecy blast ; Not a single robe they fold , To protect them from tho cold. : Jingle, jingle 'mid the storm, Fan and frvlis keeps them warm. .; i c-. si? i' i- Jingloyjlnglo down tho hill, - O'cf tho meadows, past tho mill, Kow 't...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

BI S. P. ROW. CLEAREIELD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARYS, 18-50. YOL. 2.-KO. 2d. 61 1 (J n . -I '. : LINES. . - : .. : i ' tr A. rfcOVD FRAZER. : i I I. ' 'XTas mo T said an artloss child,' . Touins her sunny curls aside, r' , And clasping then, with dimpled arms, . A youthful mother'a nock with pride : 'Klsi me!' hp said, 'my mother, now,' - As though ungen electric chord -Were charged with eloquence of lore,' . . Which might not hreatho or speak in wordg. ' . , ' it. . ' ' , ., 'Kiss me !' eaid a maiden fair, . . As she twinod, with a graceful hand, Her parting lovers raven locki, .. . Ere he sped to & far-off land : Ki.s me !' sho said, in sweotost tone, -; And leave thy truest love with me ! Jly heart shall blend its own with thine, And bring them both unchanged to the. . - . . in. 'JClst me '.' said a dying boy, As a tear strayed down his pallid cheek, And nearer drew his sister's ear, ' TO catch that voice, so soft and weak : Kiss mo !' ho said. 'I'm dying now. As f ado the eun-sct L...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

I V '' - " - - ,, hum ii 1 Mj.j'mnaii mi wi hijm.m 2- i f easbW ; ii J -daw o.T.v. a T?T?TTi!T."n w7?.TYivn?.sn a Y J A ivtt A P.Y 30 1 R5( VOL. 2. If p m i -i i I -ft ml.;.. If. r ' -" 1 ?!-- J ( 4 t i " " -1 1 f . - - . .... !: i J ' A el I . " "" it l M' ' 1 ' i ; " , . ? . I i ' t.--tn i 1 - ... . . . S ki- Vfcrr tJ tess child, 1 Juris aside, y'tbilth dimple J arras, h neck with pride : ly mother, now,' i lectrie chorda oqncnctof 1ot, ' calhs or peak la word. it. . IJcn fair. ... a graceful hand, Jen lock i, Iff land : . (sweetest tone, lore with me ! own with thine, unchanged to thee.' - to his pallid cheek, Iter a ear, o soft and weak : dying now, ; es of even ; for thee gates of heaven!' UL STORY. rful story appeared scv- ic ien of an unknown ii the breakfast tabie, lhn C. Calhoun, seem- d and out of spirits. her a venerable man, ch-Irish face, softened (id the month by a sort , t n ilia u ji, and a' wins the hearts of all is bair is snow angular. lie ro- f Old Ilickory. That...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

Til EirTilS'ill i mi 4 ; 5 : r? '4 T 'is m 1 til if? Ill M M iff III ; f.. ' " K . Ml t V r- . J 'ft. '1 f" r 3 4 I f V r t - -: m IN i ilaftsmmi's Journal S. B.'RO , , Editob axd Peopiuktoe. CLSARFiriJO, PA., JAJITJABY SO. 1836. "V7HAT 13 TO BE DOJTE ! ''Shall we Live a united opposition to Loco I ocoism in ennsyivama at the - next Gover nor'a Election ? Or are we to have that oppo sition divided and split up into two, three or lour distinct organizations I If so, Were niignt as well bo no contest, because Loco i ocoism must, of course, triumph under such circum stances, though against a united opposition it would find itself in a large minority. "What is to be done to avoid throwing away the State into the power o the Loco Foco party ? Plain, unsophisticated, common sense would, if permitted, soon answer the inquiry and settle all doubts. Let there be a union for the sake of the Union. Let each faction or fragment agree to drop, for the time being, so much of its peculiar creed aa...

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. — 30 January 1856

i As.K - w''.5 '- , , , i 1 1 . - 7 - t. I'M; v. , : . i - j 1 - 1 , (v - . V - J win 4 - pre "bly kn r.fcr! "in-'" W . and ia . ' r of tins ijustice The Democrat r.t TTcshiugtoq first SLontef y oati. V! .s'y f .During i . naturartz&ilf " T5i(r intention! L'leCt-Ark'a Lives. r. 'ij . . . - 'V :: Jr c u I". Editor asd Proprietor. ( ."T- J v7 CLEABD PA JASITABY 30. 1353. AT IS TO BE D02TET t,ch-U f"6 a ""lieu opposition 10 l.ocv Focoism 1JY ? 1 .-i FiccT Or are wo to have that oppo j: ..land split up into two, three o DILivi. - 1 r - i . f onr distif 8n,zai.,ons so mere iuij in I IllUIUUil UUilCr SUV1I Vlililll self in a laree minority WW uc uuuc llJ uvuiu uuuniuj aav cllu lnc power oi Jjoco l oco and : uuuuu. jul l inure uv a uuimu lor f tho Union. Let each faction or the j agree to drop, for tho time bein?, so frac its peculiar creed as is objectionable to ' anu ""lie aa ucst mey can in one opposition to tne Loco x ocos. L.ct done, and success Mil be certain. we not hope fr some...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

tmm mm i GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Later mow EcaojpE. The Collins Steamer R-iltic, from Liverpool the 12th instant, arriv ed at New York, with tin ee days later news than received by the Africa on Wednesday. Tha news of the Baltic is briefly summed rp. Expectation was ok tiptoe to learn the is sue of the poace propositions made to Russia. Jlnmors of all sorts were flying thick, hut no- thins could be known for at least a week, the term having been extended for Russia's deci sion to the 18th inst. Nevertheless, Berlin and Vienna despatches do not hesitate to as- gcrt that advices are already in those capitaU indicating that the Czar will make no further concessions. " . ' ' ' Oa the other hand, It is certain that formal conferences on the propositions are actualty in session in St. Petersburg, and are attended by Count Ncsmer.. The Independence Beige publishes' what pnrports to be-the text of the propositions: laid before Austria, and if the document be authentic, the demands are so stri...

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. — 30 January 1856

rher nis. - rui j no; v-,-. . .... .-r ,.? mf oaed" to sing f ind suffered. ,,3. '':! Tfr f one 4 5. I tendcJ Hop. t,; Jphi if A. 1 ; For one f iprfrhos To call Xlas! i Alas! ose'seai Totl eepmna r r T,y bis ruin 17 7" injtnr I i ll wo i & r ;i 1 VBftntlp . h .lean.imcI m M ' ' t . I thckS JERAL INTELLIGENCE. ria from Ecrope. The Collins Steamer e, from Liverpool the 12tli instant, arriv fifew York withtlnee flays later news received by the Africa on Wedncsdaj-. e news of the Baltic is briefly summed Expectation was on tiptoe to learn the is 'tna peace propositions mado to Russia. ) of all sorts were flying thick, but no ould be known for at least a week, the King been extended for Russians deci- the 18th inst. Nevertheless, Berlin ienna despatches do not hesitate to as .hat advices are already in those capitals ating that the Czar Vill make no further jssions. i the other hand, it is certain that formal 'srences on the propositions aro actually ssion in St. Petersburg, and are ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

u u 1 f I TOSS L r i'VA C '5 r- J 3 ij 5 I'M I ! I" t 3 mi I VI 1 A m .AH if ill I m i V 'J- : 1 7V. V i RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF TY.FOlt irss JOHN McPHERSON, Esq.. Treasurer of Clearfield County, i said County, from the 3d day of January. A. D. 1855f to January. A.D. 1S56. , - . . DR. . . . -".,.. To Balance due County by Treasurer at last settlement. To am t received from Collectors for 1S55, and previous rears ; To am't received oa Unseated Lands for 1854 and 1855, ' By amount paid Jurors, - Election Expenses, . . 794 15 Constables, . . 1 58 59 Tor Wolf and Fox Scalps, 2D1 72 Assessors,. ..... ' 257 91 For Commonwealth cost3, 273 57 County Commissioners, ' 322 75 For repairs of Public Buildings. "' 86 93 Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions, 142 9 Moore A Wilson, for Printing, ,-; 150 00 II. B. Swoopc, " " 50 00 ' For Jail Fees, '- ' 277 87 Court crier and care of C. II. ; 74 40 Iistrict Attorney. - - 34 50 u tc CI i( ct " .-... For Refunds, 31 74 ' " " Coroner aid Inquisitions, 101...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 January 1856

3 f is.'. -uilj . m tJL- I W-iju' . 5 21 i jpITl RES OF CLEARFIELD tU N gr, FOR 1855. fcasurer of Clearfield County, in account wuh Jnary, a. D. 1355, to the 8th day of mm ' MmmummwTn. aa ttfnftw en er .it l.ixt untti. n.ro ifor J v n I r . -..lie vp-ir-. for 1851 and iS, 51C-7 12 7at is ' AsjS 5!1 H J 5- i ' SG 9S 1 12 93 150 00 50 00 277 87 74 40 34 50 n 7i 101 40 6 73 211 23 2 00 f2 u.l 214 05 78 00 SO 00 toti 75 4'3S 00 73 75 M Ca 1033 f5 4719 CI l'J7 00 55950 33 Fox .Scalps, monwaalth costs. County Commissioners. For repairs of Public Iluildings. oid J ana Clerk r,t Sr-jo. 3 Wilson, lor Printing! -WOopc. ai! r.. crier a-j nnrn of r ir ct Attorncv . refunds, roncr and Inauisition. tor Justice Fees. lerlc to Commissioners. vwiuiij' .minors, For lload Views, Exoneration?. For Fuel for County. Commissioners' counsel. For books and stationery, Oil Chest firiti rr,. no n r 1--.7. r atage on rceeh ing'i 1917 ;, 1 , 'per ct iMgO on paying !).! 43 a J; j or ct. Fox. Goshen, Houston. Jor...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

fmS , J JBL K M. " S VOL. 2.-NO. 2G. CLEAEriELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1856. BY S. B. ROW. : THE DUMB CHILD. She is my only girl, . I aked for her as some most precious thing; Tor all unfinished was love's jeweled ring, Till set with this soft pearl ! The stales that time brt forth I could not see ilow pure, how perfect, scemc 1 the gift to me! 1 ' Oh ! many a ?oft old tuno I used to sing nnto that deadened ear, And suffered not theslightcst footsteps near, ' ' Lest she might wake too souu ; ; And hushed her brothers laughter while she lay. -Ah I nccdloss care V I wight have let them play. , ' Tws long ero I beliovcd That this one daughter might not speak to me ; Waited and watched Ood knows how patiently How willingly deceived. : 'Vain Love was long the untiring nurse of Faith, -And tended llopo until it starred to death. Oh! if ehe could but hear For oiie short hour, till I her tongue might teach To call mo mother, in the broken speecn That thrill's the mother's ear ! Alas! those...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

i '" THE DUMB CHILD. i.' '.She.is my only girl, ,- kcd for her as soiue most precious thing; rail unfinished was lore's jewelel ring, Till set with this soft pearl ! ic shades that time brit forth I could not see .6"sr pure, how perfect, scenic J the gift to n;e '. 'i '. Oh ! raany a soft oil tuno I used to sing onto that deaicnod car, - And suffered not thoslijhUvt footsteps near, " 7- ' - Lest sho might wake too soon ; And hashed her brother's laughter while sho lay. Ah ! needless care ! 1 might have let them play. ,- - - t 'Tws long ero I believed Xhat this one daughter might not speak to me ; Waited nn l watched God knows how patiently Vain Lovo was long the untiring nnrse of Fahh, ' adu ii'iiuca licj'e uuiii u siarvvu to ucarn. Oh ! if she could but hear For one short hour, till I her tongue might teach lo call me mother, in the broken speech - - . That thrill's tho mother's car ! Alas! Hioeo sealed Hps never mav te stirred. To the deep music of that holy word ! Mv heart it sor...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

(- ' " ; - n' T""' - m 1 " " J U 5' ill it ';. 'V n iStl "IE I it is; it Ml i ill 'I?' : ' i ft it 1 5 I 115 is iiaftsiww's Y 3 (3 S. It. KOW, E&itor asi 1'koprietoh. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 6, 18-30. C0IIPLIIIENIA2.T EISIiEE. On the evening of the COth nit., a compli mentary, dinner was given, at Hemphill's Ho tel, by a large, number of the citizens of oar borough, to the Hon. Geo. li. Barrett, on the eve of his departure to the 221 Judicial Dis trier, on the Bench of which lie has recently been called to preside. The assemblage was largo and respectable, and the entire affair passed oil" in a manner highly creditable to all parties concerned. After partaking of a boun tiful collation, which reflected great credit on the host and hostess, and to which all did am ple justice, Wa. AlexaxiE3,Esq., was called upon to preside over the '-feast of reason and the flow of soul." L. J. Crans, Esq., in a few appropriate remarks,then proposed ''the Health of Hon. George II. Barrett, the ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

t 3 V M S. B. ROW, Editor asd Fnor-niF.TQR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEK1A1146, 185G. COMPLIMEHTAEY DIK2JES. On the evening of the 30th ult., a compli mentary dinner was given, at Hemphill's Ho tel, by a largo number of the citizens of our borough, to tho Hon. Geo. R. Barrett, on the cvo of his departure to the 22d Judicial Dis trict, on tho Bench of which he has recently been called to preside. The assemblage was larcc and respectable, and tho entire affair passed off in a manner highly creditable to all parties concerned. After partaking of a boun tiful collation, which reflected great credit on the host and hostess, and to which all did am. pie justice, Wx. Alexander, Esq., was called upon to preside over the "feast of reason and the flow of soul." L. J. Crans. Esq., in a few- appropriate remarkSjthcn proposed "the Health of Hon. George R. Barrett, tho distinguished guest of the evening' which toast was drank with much enthusiasm by all present. Jud; Barrett responded in a feeling and el...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

tm mm mm THE ESIE EAILE.OAD CASE. Tus E. & N. E. Raileoad Co. vs. Joseph Caset. Iih Supreme Court. The Erie and .North East Railroad was chartered on the 12th of April, 1812. The charter contained this clause, "that if the said Company shall misuse or abuse any of the privileges hereby granted, the Legislature may resume , the rights and privileges granted to said Company." In September, 1851, on a bill filed at the suit of the Attorney General, the Snprenic Court de cided that the company had made an unauthor ized and illegal location ot their road in the city of Eric, and at llarbor Creek. The Le gislature, at the ciose of the last session, pass ed a bill repealing the charter, and authorizing the Governor to appoint a Commissioner to take the charge and custody of the road, and ' the proceeds to be deposited, and the road and U the property to be at the further disposi tion of the Legislature. 1 The Governor approved this act on the 6th of October, and appointed Mr. Casey Com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

-V i Z3 ..I - I THE ERIE RAILROAD CASE TnE E. &N. E. IUueoid Co. vs. Joseph "Casey. In tht Supreme Court. The Eric and 2sTorth East Railroad was chartered on ttie 12th tff April, 1842. The charter contained this clause, "thai if the said Company shall misuse or abuse any of the privileges hereby granted, the Legislature may resume the rights and privileges granted to said Company." In September, 18GJ, on a. bill filed at the suit of tine Attorney Uencral, the buprcme Court de ided that the company had made an unaulhor ized nd illegal location of their road in the ciy of Eric, and at Harbor Creek. The Le gislature, at the ciose of the last sessioa, pass cd a bill repealing tbo charter, and authorizing the Governor to appoint a Commissioner to take the cliarge and custody of the road, and the proceeds to be deposited, and the road and all the property t- ic at the further disposi tion f the Legislature. The Govenwr approved this act on the Clh f October, and appointed Mr. Casey Co...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUN TY, FOR 1855. JOHN McPHERSON, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with said County, from the 3d day of January, A. 1. 1355. to the 8th day of January. A. D. 1S56. DR. To Balance duo County by Treasurer at last settlement, $1033 85 To amt received from Collectors for 1S55. and previous years, 4719 64 To am't received on Unseated Lands for 1S54 and 1855, 197 90 CR. . By amount paid Juror. - : . 4 Election Expenses, it u Constables, " For Wolf and Fox Scalps, " " Assessors, .-- For Commonwealth costs, . " County Commissioners. For repairs of Public Buildings. " Proth"y and Clerk of Sessions, " " " Moore A Wilson, lor Printing. " 11. B. Swoope, " " " " For Jail Fees, u Court crier and care of C. II. " district Attorney, " - For Refunds, " Coroner and Inquisitions, " For Justice Fees, u Clerk to Commissioners, ' County Auditors, " For Road Views, k 't Exonerations, . . For Fuel for County, . m Commissioners" counsel, it For bo...

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