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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 August 1854

U 0 R- 1 IU I J I- If I! TIE RAFTSMAH'S JII1IAL WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS : FOR COVERXOR. Hoa. James Pollock, of Northumberland County - FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, Hon.. George Darsie, of Allegheny County. . . FOR SUPREME JITKJE, Hon. Daniel II. SmyBer, of Adams County CLEARFIELD, PA., WeIneJay, Auguit 30, 1854. Interesting Tale. In our next piper, wc will present to our reader the first number of an interesting his torical and religions tale, by a gentleman of this place, entitled the "Maktyr Family." We will publish it until the whole is complete, which will give this volume of the Journal a new and valuable attraction. "We bespeak for rt an attentive perusal. The copywright is secured, and when finished it will be publish ed in book form. Clearfield Academy. The trustees of the Academy, have secured fiie services of AW A.' Campbell, and Lady, and the institution will be regularly opened on Monday next. Air. Campbell comes well re commended as a teacher of experience and ability, and hi...

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. — 30 August 1854

mm mmmm&QMwmmmu THE JOUBNAL. ; .BUSINESS ITE3IS. . 15" Mr. John W. Rider, cautions tlio pub lic against trusting his wife Maria, and da ligh ter Susan. .. , . ., ; D"A horsej buggy, and harness, can be bought cheap of, TV. M. Rxedt, at Curwens ville. . ' - . .. -" A splendid and valuable lot of furni ture, will be offered at public sale by F. P. IIcrxthal, at hid residence in this place on the Tuesday of the Court. See card. 7Our hdy readers who desire to send to Philadelphia for Millinery, &c. &c, will find the establishment of Jaxe Miller at No. 8 South Sixth St., upper side, where all orders w ill be punctually attended to. 27" It will be seen in another column, that Blair & Barrett have opened the MOUNT VERXOX for the reception of visiters. TYe wish them abundant success, and have no doubt our Clearfield friends visiting the City, will call where they will always meet a warm aud welcome reception. CP" The Administrator's accounts, passed by tho Register, will be ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 August 1854

r -i si 4 11 'I II 4 t:-: I r- r ' popular, long- lAMETfT OF THE IRISH EMIGBAWT. I'm sitfin' en the stilo. Mary, ' 'Where we sat side by side, On a. bright May ajornin'. long ago, - When first you were my bride; Then corn was springin' fresh and green, And the lark :ang loud and high, And the red "was on thy lip, Mary, And the love-light in your eye. The place is little changed, Mary, The day as bright as then ; The lark's load song is in my ear, And the corn is green again ! But I miss the soft . clasp of your hand, And your breath warm on my cheek, And I still keep listnin' for the words You novcr more may speak. 'Tis but a step down yonder lane, And the little church stands near Th church where we were wed, Mary, I see the spire from here ; But the graveyard lies between, Mary, And my eU-p might break your rest. Tor I've laid you, darlin', down to sleep, With your baby on your breast. , Im very lonely now, Mary For the poor make no new friends ; But oh, they lore thee better far,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 September 1854

Vt-iL-JtC , -dsn-wet in v 1:9 - :- : ! ' hirf--- ! ifw'f Hi 3fc-k::4 ! -V 5,-5 -s '(MAM iEU); 'WKDKESB1T; SEPTEMBER 'G-185;- ClA' nri 'U ' i -ri o-'JTJ :?.... ? -! oJ ro-Jii I vIIiJO ..t-?;I .fiii.-i"I - A .Y. bus Ti TJO f "Vr-Tr':!: Jt.v.i ;:it ntevb o -ri.'Jl.l ' ..jv.- :.'.--j.jj':it.i.-Ar.-.: v;.: v--;- : ill . , - ty;.RAFTSjA'ibf,:',, i j f'iueVsuriiVUc-ri i pear in their 1 r?alJ-liat;wTS'.! i,trtip-H'.ur L - Bf& Jr-s:'i:t.tUsh-V.;, r, ,'';'-. j ; ind projectuisVoriica'a'. the'spoiv-tUloGks; Erhi?irnVds, oitly'thr&'wii Iflfhi-S-disgtii?. j J -t ;rf 'irUl.in l1?yi-ar:;- ;' '"f; !: "H-j ndjtliojjoig viijg ;Aard, ..toHJi half What is trac, lvrta;nor f(-r 11m fxpintioivof't?w!ycnr-'--r j:4 1 t " way down tliechcst', gave -to ' frythci a li.avcl Jiithj-rto eRtertaiiied a suspicion.;' 'bill So pai i.iAit iir oinitifj'ri,iJ,iiauiic; at tbe.-rxpi- , , . KATrs or ADvrjttisi:.vi:'. Fr lines or Ics... , f ? ' ' '' ' 3 it.OaM4rna lfiMffcK ' J'U V '-75'- 1 !)0 Six linca or less, one...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 September 1854

''i ? ' Hi LA . 1 I! T;--f I Ml 1 5 V !.j iyi if H f r ? I; V HE RilTSUAB'S JOMSAL WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS : , - FOR GOVERNOR, Hon. Jams Pollock, of Northumberland County it f. i -. - , - - . - ;. - . ; :r TOE CANAL COMMISSIONER, : ": Hon. George Dariie, of Allegheny County. t.:r, , .' roa supreme judge, . ; . : - Eon. Daniel M. Smyser, of Adams County CLEARFIELD, PA., Wednesday, September 6, 1854. WHIG MEETING. A Whig meeting will be held in the Court "House, on the Wednesday evening of the . Court. , Able and eloquent speakers, from a distance, are expected to be present. MANY WHIGS. Free Democratic Ticket. .awe &ics.eb. e r rom urnsi e, ' We have received a B,gneu -.aujr x rc ,CHuI1& xls to publish the ticket of their party, as they . have no organ in the County. We would have done so with pleasure, but their State Conven tion, held at Harrisburg on Wednesday last, , withdrew Mr. Potts' name, and passed resolu . tions in favo- of the Hon. James Pollock, I declaring his pos...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 September 1854

13 THE JOURNAL. BUSINESS ITEMS. Qr The shoemaking business is prospering, C. S. BtACK advertises for six journey men. Who wants a good berth? IET Get your life insured, and thns insure to youi family a sufficient competence in the event of your death. ; The Susquehanna Com pany at Harrisburg , offers every inducement. Dr. R. V. "Wttsos of this place is the examin in physician, and Dr. A. T. Schktver, is the agent for Clearfield county. 7-Mr-John W. Rider, cautions the pub lic against trusting his wife Maria, and daugh ter Susan. . ... ....... 02" A. horse, buggy, and harness, can be bonjht cheap of W. M. Rkfm, at curwens ville. . '' ' : K7.A splendid and valuable lot of furni tcre, will be offered at public sale by F. P. HmxTnAt, at his residence in this place on the Tuesday of the Court. See card. gj-Our lady readers who desire to send to Philadelphia for Millinery, &c. &c, will find the establishment of Jass Miller at No. 8 South Sixth St., upper aide, where all orders wil...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 September 1854

L MBBBMHOHIff. t 5 -V, N 5 L f"!- rJ f f -: 4 i4 v. .. " 5 1! in 1 r if !2i! ,tJiiiea IrieUiuiite with i;ricfif..aj. p' . ;; eOt; my.poun hostility Dalei a- -.t.: t .. I'Vl aJ at 1 3-'! '-!- ".: ,:r Vi sm! vt-: ,T'it':Tow1heUtl-fd'scTTo3!rtns .NeatTa tlic iicen iaAUii flowfjfr .vVJo-'3.?.. -cJlcf cheks tbat'OB.urgliAr.e.d J .tritiu t,'-With thv'rasoi-tintof-bealtb: v ; an Br 1 hehir4 JrTijease- had tiirn'dd jpaltf j And the ftrofftAlAiro tas Svl i.'i?-.- I go,' she said ..;--.j-s K , tu .iui:rtK "-To the land 'of tlie hlevU I-''i7 i'- " And 'ere strength1 shiill fail ! 87 iYou must lay poor. LiJIy-iJe n,. f-i ?. fri-:.Oii Ltllvj jsvreet Lilly u) -.vJ.-.ii-i j & oj TheTeilav-pocTXiUly Dale .--. .. i-.t ! nOlj.rlH'lv; ,wtetLilIvildaiLillv.lalet s t,,;'i Xow "the -wild-rose blossoms .-":!-;'. V" i-'-ToVr hev little 'Erecri gitve V;';1 ,.t .;.Tfe!a.ta! thejivees in tlie goyr-'Vale ;' .n-.r:' ANVv Ituiupslilreledi letting lour,' indulging id- .liort napJ Ms aire't'hbsfractet fforrf p...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 September 1854

" " . " . ... , . , , - - . - - 1 ' V 11 i - . . . 1 " " " ' " " ' ' - COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivier. CLEARFIELD. WEDNESDAY, "SEPTEMBER 13, 1854.; NO, 11. VOL. 1. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Br. Jones, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable in advance.) SI 00 1 so 2 00 it paid wiunn meyear, After the expiration of the year . No paper discontinued until al all arraaras-es are A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed a new engagement. 3 MY MOTHER'S BIBLE. This book is all that's left me now ! Tears will unbidden start, With falt'ring lip and throbbing brow, I press it to my heart ; For many generations past "" Here is our family tree ; My mother's hand thi. I'.ible clasp'd ; She dying gave it me. . Ah ! well do I remember those .- Whose names these records bear Who round the hearth-stone used to close After the evening prayer, And speak of what these pages said. Tn tones my heart would thrill! Though they are with the silent dead, Here are ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 September 1854

UTT.l a-s. mwmm '. 4 "fe: V-' .'-- to j , .tjn ,n , . lot .5 I Hi V? ill rl , u 1 T8I SAnSMAB-SiJfllLBHAL.t, WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS t r - . , FOR" GOVERNOR, , Hon. James Pollock, of North umbel land County y&. .': j roa CCNL, COMMISSIONER, . a HonGeorgO Darsie, of Allegheny County. --'Ti-;' -1 roAytPttEiE JUDGK, ; -Hoa. DanieFM. $:myser,:of Adams County C L E A RFIE LD, P A., i...-:.7 Welncilay, September 13, 1854. ... ; WHIG MEETING., ... - A "Whig -meeting will bo-held in the Court House, on the Wednesday evening of, thfc Court. Able and eloquent speakers, .from a distance, are expected to be present. . MANY WIIIGS. AOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. .. . Ihe Stockholders of this paper. are requested to meet for busiuc?3, on the,Thursday of the Court.iU 1 "clock.l'. M., at the office of II.' B. SwoopE."Esq. "-'-'."-' " "TheNswg." -- By the arrival of the steamer Africa at N York we have three days later news from Europe. ' The latest intelligence received ty telegraph ' from the Baltic i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 September 1854

- BUSINESS ITEMS; . 33" It i.-&:iijU that iaoey , oxciviUiiSlv- t'-'lit, btft licrerthelfss.M.- A.- x'baxk; luwjnsfc pnrcliifsett a large j' irowfariil sdciteiir;K?rf went of -Gtrntleraen's dress goods rw.v made clothing.-' - As FraViljis-a b?'?l fellow, .he dsery& to-;bttj.ouca,i5iwre two drstfast oTJovrnal "tffit. ' '' 'i?: f-jj'fr,'!?. Att-thts'sls a c:reiiTat'e for CoV grcsa in thisf.dismei. ; fsoe .csiryrf ,v -f jv Tlie sbo'eniakiB hiasiness is prospe.rjH, and C. S. Black advertises for-six jmirney-; man.: . Who wants ix good berth f ....'.v.r 'r $ i ' .BTGet yonr. life insured .anil HWijhtsurc" to yum- fiou.lv.a fuJhcient,&rnpetcnce -lathe event of Voiir death-;- - The Susqne'hanna Goh-' piny at Harrisburg, offers every inducement Dr. II. 'V. "VTiLspx of this place is the exanrin- iag lby'slei;ui,'and Dr. A. Tl Scurtte'k, W the ngent for Clearfield county. ... C"7A" horse, buggy, and harness, -cau le bought cheaj of "W. M. IiEEns, at Ciinvens ville. - , , .V . ' . ...

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. — 13 September 1854

fJofininrlong. THE ROVER. I'm afloat, I'm afloat, on the fierce rolling tide, The Ocean's my hone, my barque ia my bride ; Up, up, with my flag, let it wtve o'er the sea, I'm afloat. I'm afloat, and the rorer is free. I fear not the monarch, I heed not the law, -While I've a compass to steer by, and a dagger to draw And ne'er aa a coward, or slave will I kneel,' Whilst my gun carries shot, or my belt bears a steel. . . Quick, quick, trim her sails, let her sheets kiss the :. wind, And 111 warrant, we'll soon leave the sea gnlla be hind ; Up, up, with my flag, let it wave o'er the sea, ' -I'm afloat, I'm afloat, and the rover is free. .. The night gathers o'er us, the thunder is heard, What matters, our vessel ekims on like a bird ; "What to her is a dash of the storm ridden main, Ehe has bravod it before, and can brave it again. With the lightning above us, and darkness below,. Through the wide waste of waters, right onward we go; Up. np, with my flag, let it wave oer the sea, I'm a...

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. — 20 September 1854

7 I -i i -ft If 1 i f i COME ANI TAKE ME. Dcvivir.n. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1854. NO.; 12. (i as .:;iuj..-fuw;u -nivtui KAFTSHAS'S JOUR.VAL. Uev. Jones, Publisher. ... P-r. annum, payable in advance.) : SI 00 If paid within the year, -.- . 1 50 After the expiration of the year. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paU. ' ' ' , A faiJare to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term fuberihed for, will be consider-c-d a nw en-jajfement. FLOWERSA DIRGE. From a poem called -Time and tho Ages,'' in the Shekinah.'" for October, by Fanny Green a poren in all respects remarkable. Sleep my children ! Soft and fair '"""iiams the morn and breathes the air, . Gentle rain and pearly dew, Shed their freshness over you ! Children of the early morn, !;; .Ye are gone all gone. i. One Ly one I gave yon rest, In our loving mother's breast. --' ;Where the chirping swallows play, r" And the tinging waters stray, J ' ''And the liirlit is soft as dawn ., Y...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 September 1854

II lift illEP lS V I is is m IH i'iS i a ,t( 8. '3 if! . i 1 i - ii .V t - ! I- Mi in mi- M tie nnmm num. WniG STATE NOMIXATIOXS : FOE OOVEBKOR, , Hoal James Pollock, of Northumberland County. . FOR CAXAL COMMISSIONER, Hon. George IJarsie, of Allegheny County. : -. -r FOR SUPREME JUDGE,' : . ' Son. Daniel M. Bmyger, of Adams County CLEARflELD, PA., Welnesday, September 20, 1854. WHIG MEETING. The Whig Meeting, this evening, in the Court Ilonse, will be addressed by Col 'A. G Curtais. Judge Hale, Samuel Lyxx, Esq. and others. " We hope our friends will one and all attend. - : NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. ' The Stockholders of this paper are requested to meet for business; on the Thursday of the Court. at 1 o'elock.P. M., at the office of II. B. Swoope. Esq The Grand Democratic Tizzle.' . ' . The great Democratic rally for which hand bills had been posted, and recruits drummed np, for the last two weeks, came off in the Court House last night, and notwithstanding Gov. Bigler was expected t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 September 1854

7" THE JOURNAL. BUSINESS ITEMS. IT7"A large arrortment of all kinds of lum ber, plastering lath, &c may always be found it the "Pioneer Mills," of Capt. Henry Groe, on the Hoshannon. Those who desire bills sawed, will find.the Capt. a prompt bussiness man, and true to bis promises. . IT'Grahani .& Moyer caution Ihc public against lifting any due bills or notes in the hands of their. former Agent, Saml. Foster. E-?"Two heifers, have come to the residence of Mr. James Forrest, which he advertises as estrays. -. ' .. CP Six School Teachers arc wanted in the Jordan District. Apply to John Thompson, or D. J. Cathcart. John Brubaker cautions all persons against purchasing, or in any way meddling with a two horse wagon and a pair of bob sleds in possession of P. II. Booz. XT' It is said that. money u exceedingly tight, bat nevertheless M. A. Frank, has just purchased a large, new, and splendid assort ment of Gentlemen's dress goods and ready made clothing.' As Frank is a pretty cle...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 September 1854

! i - J M Hi i - . ?v , v - ''1 !J I 1 ! Vi 'i r ' i j i e i - ' 1 ' l "I il in (II t- r s it ' 'i.l c. " T 11- '- IV, m tr ' : is 1 . . f a e-" M -.l r- pkx long. THE FB.OGS, CONCERT. ", Kung de wing kung, tang, M ;' ' Koo te kong. tee koo ; ': .Titteri, titteri knng Titteri, titteri koo. it.. .. '.' y -Full Chorus. feting de kung kick ku ! ' Te te we noun de koo - . ' ' ' ' Solo Soprano. ' Tiddery po de we de kucg, ' ; Pe do weet ! pee de weet! - ; . Chorus of Bass Voices- , Kung, knng, trata kong, . ' Diggory kum, te kam te Voe. ' Tree-toad Solo. "- Tr a ataweet! , . Weeterry dee ! . . .. 1! -IS ' . 1i - "A IIahd Road to Tbatel." It seems to be generally admitted that "Jordan is a hard road." Jim Sherwood tells of one that, if not the. Veritable "Jordan" itself, must certainly be its "next best friend." But let Sher speat for himself : .' . ' . ' ' .. .Time, towards evening Place, Forks of the Road, somewhere in North Carolina Log cabin close by Redheaded boy sitting on the fence...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 September 1854

i ' COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. i I 1 VOL. 1. ,RAFTS.MA'S JOURXAL. ' - Be. Josxs, publisher. Per. anncm. (payable in advance.) 1 00 If paid within the year, . 150 Aftor th expiration of th year. 2 00 o paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi- A 4 ..-.. A4 At. - 1 T . r ... . . - twuu w m. suuscnoea lor. wm De considcr- h1 a new engagement. Irlrrf orfnj. SATURDAY NIGHT. How sweet the evening shadowi fall, Advancing from the west, As endi the weary week of toil, And comes tho day of rest. Bright o'er the earth the star of eve ' Her radiant beauty sheds ; And myriad sisters calmly weave ' Their light around their heads. Itest, man, from labor, rest from sin : Tho world' hard contest close ; The holy hours with God bogin Yield thep to sweet repose. Uright o'er the earth the morning ray ! IU sacred Hght will cast, Fair emblem of the glorious day That evermore shall rest. (Original Mornl nlr. WRITTEN roil TUE JOURNAL.) TIIK COrVKI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 September 1854

. .... . -ww-mr n iti. " u 1 ' t-W- - - 1 ' ' - 1 L ' 1 1 ' '-' "" 11 ' ' IJ" ' iirnr r " ' - ., , ,. .. r - i nrwi ., , ir i V--A rri rr- rr i i in If THE BAFTSMAH'S JOffBHAL; ?7T ' r,,r ttt WniG STATE DOMINATIONS: rORCOVEESOB, Hon. Jamei PoUock. of Northumberland County. FOR CAS All COMMISSION EH, Hon. George Darsie, of Allegheny County. - - I v. ; j. v roa SUPREME jrDGE, : i . .'-.Hon.-Daniel-H. Sfciysexv of Adams County CLEARFIELD, PA.; Wednesday.' September , 27, 1854. ' Get Assessed. Those persons who have not attended to this duty should do so immediately. Remember it must be done ten days before the election. " TICKETS, i . . Thc Whig Tickets are ready for distribution at this office.'" Wc hope our friends in the dif ferent townships will see that' they are furn ished. -. '. . - ... , . . ... . , , . . THE WHOLE TICKET. On the morning of the Election, let every Whig look well to his ticket, and see that he has the right ticket, the whole ticket, 'and nothing but the ticket,'...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 September 1854

: THE JOURNAL. - - r - r .7 , j - r - -t . n , . '; '.r,;; business items.';. y-.v;'- D""""The attention of Lumbermen and others is invited to the sale of a lot of splendid tim ber lands on Clearfield Creek. Apply to Eiw. Shoemaker, Ebensbiirg,' Cambria CoV, Pa. , OTAlthougb, a good deal of business was dne daring Court week, the new, splendid and cheap, assortment of goods" just received by W. F.-Ibwls, was by no means exhausted.. He offers-for sale, emphatically the best and cheapest goods in the county." Call and see. C5?An extensive purchase was lately effec ted by GeckD. MoaGAS & cb jeofail the lands, in Centre and Clearfield counties belonging to Qardxak Philips. , They aire now offered for sale on easy terms, in lots, or otherwise- to suit purchasers.'' See advertisement' "c. .' 'C7"It will be seen that our young friend Jos 1 Showers has disposed of his interest in the firm of Pattox & Siiowers, to E. A. Hip pie. The business will be hereafter conducted under the' sty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 September 1854

4. j 1 t 7 v I i, i 1 (1 .: . ? mi: Iff! (it ill m mi -.'' ? . '.LAND OF LIBERTY. To Liberty's enraptured sight,: ri When firt fcolumbi,8 region shone, ,. She hailed it from her starry height, -,- And, smiling, claim'd it as her own. " -"Pair land," the goddess cried, hbefree.. 6oil of my choice! to fame arise!" ; -She spoke, and heaven's minstrelsy Swelled the loud chorus thjongh the skies All hail, forever great and fret, Columbia land or libertt. Columbia's genina heard the strain, And proudly raised his drooping crest, , His sons impatient fill'd the plain, While painted high each patriot's breast; Their fetters they indignant spurt'd, They waved their falchions in the air, -And where the Goddess' altar bnrn'd, ' Prom kneeling warriors rose the prayer, - ; . , To die be ours, if thou art free, , Colombia LAND OF LIBERTY, v. War blew tho clarion long and loud : Oppression led his legions on ; To battle rush'd tha patriot throng, And soon the glorious day was won Eaeh bleeding fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 October 1854

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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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