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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 February 1856

I. 7 I . t 1 ! - to mo i Co. I; " RECEIPTS.! I. 1 RE.'S' CLEARFIELD GOES- TOHN McPlIER? J said County, fro January. A. D. 1356. DR. To Balance due Cou To am't received fro; To am't received on U D. County, in account -with 1855, to the Mb day of C'R. 5 By amount paid Jurors, " Election -es. nent, rus years," o5, - -.-.$ia7 42 r 7!H 15 1038 s: 4719 H l'J7 DO S5353 3'J Constables,-.. . . w 1Tf'- For Wolf and Foi-fc-HT 2'.?wi Assessors, ' jaX,. " 2i7 9f 273 .i7 322 75 For CoiiiinoutP3ltIT?cs, . County -Coiuniis.-ioners, For repairs of .Pu'olie Buildings. Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions, . " " Moore A AViUon, for Printing, " ' " jjl. li. Swoopc, " ' - " Fur Jail Fees, ' ' 41 Court crier and care of C. II. t ... m . . district Attorney, . " ' For Refunds. . ' ' " " 4i Coroner and Inquisition, " For Justice Fee.', - Clerk to Commissioners, " ' County Auditors, ' - ' For Road Views, , .' '. Exonerations, m ' - . For Fuel for County, . " ' " Commissioners" couuscl, . 1 " " For books mid stati...

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. — 13 February 1856

M S: J$. liOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18-50. VOL. 2.-M). 27. ii fi :trip ligiitly over trouble. Trip lightly 'over trouble ' ' " . - Trip lightly over wrong;- : . '-' ' "We only make grief double . ,, ' '- By dwelling on it long, ' ' ' ' t a tt ny ciasp woe s nana so iigoiiy : , AVhy sigh o'er blossoms dead? ; "Why cling to forms unsightly ? Why not seek joy instead?.' i: c Trip lightly over sorrow; Though this day may be dark, ' ;The sun may shine to-morrow, ' And gaily sing, the lark; Fair hope3 have not departed. ! ' Though roses may have fled; ' Then never be down hearted, But look for joy instead. : Trip lightly over sadness, . '! Stand not to rail at doom; " "We've pearls to string of gladness, ? On this side of the tomb; "Whilst stars are nightly shining, , And Heaven is overhead, Encourage not repining, 'list look for joy instead. - From the Scalpel. SKETCHES OF VILLAGE PRACTICE ,, " . ''It is not all of life to live, : Nor all of death to die." 1 Sabbath in the...

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. — 13 February 1856

VOL. 2.-UO. 27. BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18-50. TRIP LIGHTLY OVER TROUBLE. Trip lightly over trouble Trip lightly over wrong; We only make grief douhlo By dwelling on it long, Why clasp woe's hand so tightly ? Why sigh o'er blossoms dead ( Why cling to forms unsightly ? Why not eeck joy instead '. Trip liphUy over sorrow; Though this day m; y bo dark, Tho gun may shino to-morrow, And gaily sing the lark; Fair hopes havo not departed. Though roses may have fled; Then never bo down hearted, But look for joy instead. Triplightly over sadness. tand not to rail at doom; We've pearls to string of gladness, On this side of tho tomb; Whilst stars are nightly t-hining. And Heaven is overhead, Encourage not repining. But look for joy instead. From tho Scalpel. SKETCHES OF VILLAGE PRACTICE. 'It is not all of life t live, 2sor all of death to die." Sabbath in the conntry! The serene, peace ful Sabbath ; the time of rest, God-given to man, for purification and prayer! In...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

u u THE MFf iffi s kill HI H . 1 1 in i 1 - I J 1! I J II il it 1 1 llnftsntim's Ifliintal. S. B. ROW, Editor axd Pbopbietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 13, 1856. American Banquet. Oa last Wednesday evening, a large number of Americans met at the house of W. W. Flcmming, in Curwens yille, for the purpose of partaking of a sump tuous repast, which had been prepared express ly for the occasion, and for aa interchange of sentiments. At about 8 o'clock, the compa ny proceeded to tho dining room, and after so lecting M. A. Frank, Esq as presiding officer, proceeded to dispose of the enticing fare be fore them, which was highly relished by all present, after which the following toasts were drank and met with a most hearty response : 1. The American Party the sheet anchor of our political safety may its efforts ever be crowned with success, and may tho patriotic aspirations of its members be fullv realized. 2. The Usios of the States One Life for the Nation : one Heart for the People. - 3. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

T ) 1 I Imki""1 ZT7 i 14 v:, Y i" ----- Klnffsnwnl 'Jnjpit J ' L v. IJ. ROW, Editor asi I'uopnysroR. . CLE AKFLELD, PA., FEBRUARY 13, 1S5G. p Americas Banquet. On last Wedncsday evening, a large number of Americans met at the honsa of AA. W. Flcmming, in Curwens ville, for the purposo of partaking of a sump tuous repast, which had been prepared express ly for tho occasion, and for an interchange of sentiments. At about S o'clock, tho compa ny proceeded to tho dining room, and after se lecting M. A. Frank, Esq. as presiding officer, proceeded to dispose of the enticing fare be foro them, which was highly relished by all present, after which the following toasts were drank and met with a most hearty response : 1. The American Papiy the sheet anchor of our political safety may it3 efforts ever bo crowned with success, and may tho patriotic aspirations of its members bo fully realized. 2. The Union op the States One Life for the Nation : one Heart for the People. 3. James Pollock Pennsy...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

u 4 J 1 1 1 1 Thk Isdias IThocbles "is FLOirna.. Since the attack upon Lieut. HartsutTs party, that portion "tf Florida a'onjr. the Indian Eiver and in the vicinity of Fort Myers has become very -unsafe For whites. -Stragglers from tlis Fort, -cr adventurers in pursuit of game in those wild but hitherto peaceful hunting districts, are fired upon by yellow miscreants concealed be hind trees ; and ; in the chapparal. W have just received authentic information of another .attack equal in atrocity to that committed upon Lieut. HartsufTs squad. It is a letter from an officer dated, Fort Myers, January 19, 18-56. It says, "An express has jast arrived from Tort Deynaud with another Indian outbreak. A party of woodcutters, consisting of a corpo ral and fire men, were Crcd at by 20 Indians, 4 miles from the pot. One man otily . escaped (lie slightly wounded ; the rest were massa cred, and twelve mules killed. Lieut. Lam ed, 2d Artillery, directlyVwent in search of the savages but though he. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

a: steamer lock, e Je bricga o etcaaj S t so,, f tho Lo crtions was kept here sho icr hold, it. Tlia LiUdof. k at su Iat. 61. 'erpool. ospect o Jaye ies caa an on all glroo lal r- istica J The Jxdiajt Trocbles ix Florida. Since 'the attack upon Lieut. ITartsnflTs party, that portion of Florida along the Indian Kivcr and ia the vicinity of Fort llycr3 lias become very unsafe for whites. Stragglers from tho Fori, cr adventurers hi pursnit of game in those wild but hitherto peaceful hunting districts, are f.red upon by yellow miscreants concealed be hind trees and in the chnpparal. Vfe have just received authentic information cf another attack equal in atrocity to that committed upon Lieut. IlarlsufFs squad. It is a Jotter from an officer dated, Fort Myers, January 19, 1S:.0 It says, An express has just arrived from Tort Deynaud with another Indian outbreak. A party of woodcutters, consisting cf a corpo ral and five men, were fired at by Indians, 4 miles from the post. One man only esc...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

5 f'1 i i i n i i n i - I 1 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUN TY, FOR 1853. JOHN McPHERSON, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with said County, from the 3d day of January, A. D. 1855, to the 8th day of . -January, A. D. 1856 . -r - nit; - To Balance due County by Treasurer at last settlement, To am't receired from Collectorsfor 1S55, and previous years, To am't receired on Unseated Lands for 1351 and 1855, $1038 85 4719 64 1S7 90 $5956 39 OR. By amount paid Jurors, w ' M It K f ; CI c l tl t Election Expenses, 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, for Printing, II. B. Swoope, " " For Jail Fees, Court crier and care of C. H. District Attorney, For Refunds, Coroner and Inquisitions, For Justice Fees, Clerk to Commissioners, County Auditors, For Koad Views, Exonerations, For Fuel for County, Commissioners' counsel, For b...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 February 1856

7 r, 4 Z - - THE MFfll ilEML- Y i f RECEIPTS A??i? EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COILX- . TV, FOR 1853. TO TIN McPHERSON. Eso.. Treasurer of Clearfield Countv. in account with 9 said County, frorathc 1 day of January, A. D. 1S55, to tho 8th day of mi. a jr Jo Jialance duo County ttf To ain't received frouVv To ani't received on nfi"fat settlement, .1 previous and 1305, 3.1rfjid previous years, gior.8 S5 4719 64 197 i'O CIS. Py amount paid Jnror?,"" , ' Election 55905 39 it '4 For Wolf and Fox Scalps, Assessors, " For Commonwealth costs, " M " County Commissioners, " ' For repairs of Public Buildings. " " Proth'y nnd Clerk of Sessions, " " Moore A Wilson, for Printing, " " II. 15. Mvoope, " - " " " J'or Jail Fees " " CourtcrierondcaroofC.il. " District Attorney, " For Refunds, " " Coroner and Inquisitions, " w " For Justico Fees, " " " Clerk to Commissioners, ' County Auditors, ' For lload Views, " " Exoneration?. " For Fuel for County, ' " Commissioners" counsel, " " " For books und st...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 February 1856

u ' "" ' " " I .. , ' . - - I I t m "' ' ' ' " " " 1 ' I ., ', , I V- 9 1 . . i BX S. B. EOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, EEBETJARY 20, 1850. ." ' . .-..IS IT COME! Th fallowing is the poetu that attracted the at to&tion of tho Marquis of Lansdowne, nndln.luccd him to inako a present of 100 to tho authoress, 3life Frances Brown EJinburi Lcudex1 Own. Jt it cone? they said on tha banks of tho Nile, Who looked for tho world long promised day, And saw' hut Uic strife of. Egypt's toil, With tho desert's ennd and the granite grey. From tho pyramid, temple and trcasurod dead, Wa vainly ask for her wisdom's plan ; They tell of tho Iavo and tho tyrant's dread Yet thoro was hopo when that day began. Tha Chaldee eatne with his starry lore. That built op Babylon's crowu and creed ; And bricks wore stamped on tho Tigris shore With sign which our sages scarce can real. From Jfinus' Temple and Xim'rod's Tower The rale of the old East's empire spread Unreasoning faith aad unquestioned power But stil...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 February 1856

1 .... MKZSma t TW II W . 7417 li .A. III . . & l ill It - . . . - - " Av A, AaeWUiW , . ' ' : . ' M S. B. E0. IS IT COME 1 The following u the poem that attracted the at tention of the Marquis of Lanjdowne, and induced him to make a present of .100 to the authoress, Miss Frances Brown Edinbiirg Ladies'1 Own. Is it come? they said on the banks of the Nile, Who looked for the world's long promised day, 4 w but the strife of Egypt's toil, With the desert's sand and the granite grey. From tho pyramid, temple and treasured dead, We vainly ask for her wisdom's plan : They tell of the slave and the tyrant's dread . ' Yet there was hope when that day began. The Cbaldee earn with his starry lore, That built up Babylon's crown and creed ; And bricks were stamped on tho Tigris shore -With signs which our sages scarce oan read. From Xinus' Temple and Nimrod's Tower The rule of the old East's empire spread Unreasoning faith ad unquestioned power But still, Is it come ? the watcher said. The...

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. — 20 February 1856

It . 11 p-f 4 .'V f i 14 JP f S. B. UOV, Editor asd rnoritiEToB. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY, 1850. - TJJTION OF THE OPPOSITION. For some months past an effort has been ma king to unito all opposed to tho present Na tional Administration on one common plat form. The necessity of this is obvious to ev cry intelligent observer of political affairs. If the opposition is distracted split np into two, three or more factions the Tierce Dem ocracy must and will undoubtedly be the vie tors in the ensuing Presidential contest. But if all those who are opposed to the Administration- combine, success will inevitably at tend their efforts. The most of the American, n hig, and Republican members of the Legis lature, fully cognizant of this state of affairs, and urged by many of their friends in differ ent .sections of the State, have issued a call, inviting all who an favorable to such a move went to meet in county conventions on the 19th of- 3farch, and elect delegates to a State Con vention to b...

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. — 20 February 1856

- . 7 "ess t --1 - - 1' r I, gaffera's fflimwl ai3 i :ta za i i-la S. B. ROW, Editor axd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBK VARY 3, 1S56. UNION OF THE OPPOSITION. . For some months past an effort has been ma king to unite all opposed to the present Na tional Administration on one common plat form. Tfee necessity of this is obvious to ev ery intelligent observer of political affairs. If the opposition is distracted split up into two, three or more factions the Tierce Dem ocracy must and will undoubtedly be the vic tors iu the ensuing Presidential contest. But if all those who are opposed to the Adminis tration combine, success will inevitably at tend their efforts. The most of the American, Whig, and Republican members ol the Legis lature, fully cognizant of this state of affairs, and urged by many of their friends in differ ent sections of the State, have issued a call, iaviting all who arc favorable to such a move ment to meet in county conventions on the 19th of March, and elect de...

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. — 20 February 1856

i.ivfli TIIE' JOURNAL: ' - . home r acts'-and .fancies . Tu2 Election. On last Friday, the election for Borough oflicers came off in this place. political issues entered into the contest the principal matter at variance being the "hog question." One party, upon whoso ban ner, very appropriately fastened to a rfog-wood fctaff, was painted with brilliant lampblack, an exquisite picture cf a '-juvenile l'ig'.'tied vith a log-chain, were favorable to ah ordinance re quiring the impounding or ''a! I quadrupeds of tli species swine; the other, whose motto was 'Root hog or die' held that in this land of lib.erfyV rorkc. T: full right to run at large and do as he ple.:d. Theday was a fine one the sun shining brightly high up in the azure vaultj above clouds abont four fathoms thick, which were showering down upon the 'devoted ltcads of the combatants a goodly supply of.' snow tbo -gentle .'zephyrs were swaying the trees, till out of sheer respect they bowed their heads to the earth and the ...

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. — 20 February 1856

.... ,f;'Vj i jfijAfcUig.i THE JOURNAL. 110312 T.-iCTS AND fANClES. .... Ths Election. On last Friday, the election for Borough officers canic oil in this place. "o political jssnes entered into the contest the principal matter at variance being the "hog question." One party, upon whose ban ner, teO' appropriately fastened to a dog-wood staff, "was painted with brilliant lampblack, an exquisite picture cf a "juvenile pig' tied with a log-chain, were favorable to an ordinance re quiring the impounding of all quadrupeds of the species swine; the other, whose motto was Root hog or Iie," held that in this land of liberty, I'orkey had full right to run at large and do as lie pleased.' 1 The day was a fine one the sun shining. brightly high-tip in the Rzure vault, above clouds about four fathoms thick, which were showering down upon the devoted heads of the combatants a goodly upply of - snow the gentle" zephyrs were r.vaying the trees, till oat of sheer respect they bowed their heads to ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 February 1856

is Tit mrraiiws 4toeim il. I ft' 1 t rv J -1 : 5 -r, It - "i z i RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUN TY, FOIl 1855. JOHN McPHERSON, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with aid County, from the 3d day of January, A. 1). 1855, to tho 8th day of Januarv. A. D. 135G. DR. To Balance due County by Treasurer at last settlement, S103S 85 To am't received from Collectors for 1855, and previous years, 4719 64 To am't received oa Unseated. Lands for 1354 and 1855, l'J7 90 CI It It CR. By amount paid Jurors, " ' Election Expenses, Constables, For YVo!f and Fox Scalps, Assessors, . " For Commonwealth costs, ' " County Commissioners, " - For repairs of Public Buildings. " " Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions, " " Moore fc Wilson, for Printing, " "If. B. Swoopo, " " " ' ' For Jail Fees, " ' CourtcricrandcareofC.il. ' " " District Attorney, j'or Refunds, . . Coroner and Inquisitions, " " For Justice Fees, Clerk to Commissioners, " County Auditors, m i y0I Hoad Views, c - Exonerati...

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. — 20 February 1856

TUB MPTSSMS i088.t- 1 I s -:-f ' i' ill a, 2! : i s. r RECEIPTS AXD EXPENDITURES OF CLEARFIELD COUX- - , A I'll JOHN McPHERSOX, Esq., Treasurer of Clearfield County, in account with said County, from the d day of January. A. 1. 1855. to the 8th l3y of DR. To Balance duo County ty Treasurer at last settlement To am't received from Collectors for, 1S05. and previous year, To am't received on Unseated Land&ior 1851 and 1805, SI 038 85 4719 61 197 90 v CR. By amount paid Jurors, S16S7 42 " ' Election Expenses, 794 15 7 " " " Constables, 158 59 " " For Wolf and Fox Scalps, 201 72 " " " Assessors, 2o7 91 " . " " For Commonwealth costs, 273 57 " " " County Commissioners, 322 75 " " ' For repairs of Public Buildings. 8rt 98 " " ' Proth'y and Clerk of Sessions, 142 98 " " " Moore & Wilson, for Printing, J 50 00 ' " " " H. B. Swone, " 50 00 " " " For Jail l ees, 277 87 " " " CourtcrierondeareofC.il. 74 40 " . " " District Attorney, 34 50 " " For Refunds, 31 74 " " Coroner and Inquisit...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 February 1856

u rv-i ft-ii ri u. u lj u m u m 1 VOL. 2.-NO. 29. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18-50. BY S. B. BOW. ': WWTEItTHE POOR. ... , AS OLD BALLAD. Bleak o'er the plain the winds tremendous blow, Of purest white the fleecy shower descends; The tyrant frost forbids the streams to flow, And ay its horror rig'rous winter spends. Ji'ow ye, who fortune's various gifts enjoy, Whoba-k in sunshine of her warmest rays ; Ye. whom nor tempest, cold, nor want annoy, Whose days glide on in affluence and ease ; Think of the Poor, tho destitute forlorn Extend your bonnty to tho wretch distressed ; Pluck from the tortur'd breast the cank'ring thoru, By misery pointed and by care impressed. Let not yonr hearts, by gaiety misled,. Be rendered callous to the tale of woe; But clothe the naked, give the hungry bread; Forbid the tears of wretchedness to flow. For, oh ! the rigors of the year require Some fostering hand tho lingering wretch to save. Leave for a while your mirth, your social fire, To rescue...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 February 1856

3 ' 1 " " i .,. , - . f BY S. B. ROW. WINTER THE POOR. ' AX OLD BALLAD. . Blenk o'er the plain the winds tremendous blow, 0 purest white the fleecy shower descends; The tyrant frost forbids the streams to flow, And ay its horror rig'rous winter spends. Now yo, who fortune s various gifts enjoy, Who bask in sunshine of her warmest rays ; Ye. whom nor tempest, cold, nor want annoy, H'hose days glide on in afiiuence and case ; . - .5: of the Poor, the destitute forlorn Extend your bounty to the wretch distressed ; IUuok from the tortnr'd breast the cank'ring thorn, By misery pointed and by care impressed- Let not your hearts, by gaiety misled. Be rendered callous to the tale of woe; Bnt clothe the naked, give the hungry bread ; Forbid the tears of wretchedness to. flow. Tor. oh ! the rigors of the year require Some fostering hand the lingering wretch to save. Leave for a while your mirth, your social fire, , To rescue suffering mortals from the grave. For know your fortune is the gift ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 February 1856

til MFTii?is mmmm. MM ft i! i! l! 1 i i i Raftsman's Jmmral. S. B. ROW, Editor asd Pboprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 27, 1856. THE BAFTING BUSINESS. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Daily JVmu, writing from Williainsport under date of February 15th, says: 'An additional boom has very recently been completed on the river opposite this place, at an expense of several thousand dollars. I am fearful that the raftsmen, whose property may be destined for tho lower markets, will be much annoyed the coming season. There is another boom about completed at Northumberland. Jt is said that a bill is now before the Legisla te authorizing another boom at Jersey Shore. Should all the contemplated booms be con etructed, the owners of lands of timber in the counties above us must suffer a great inconve nience to get their lumber or timber to market the fact is the navigation of our beautiful river will be entirely obstructed." The erection of these booms is a matter in which the tizens of thi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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