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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 May 1856

THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME. TTiosx 8; CLSxariEtD Railroad. A meet jag of the stockholders of this company was held on the th instant, in Phillips&urg, at wfcich Un. James T. Hale was elected Presi dent, -John T. Mrathias, David J. Pmner, A. 0. Curtlo, C. Ii. roster, J . C. Williams, J. B. Graham, Jon. Boynton, G. L. Reed, John Pat ton, J. T. Leonard, L. J. Crans, aryl Edward Perks, Directors! Josiali W. Smith, Treasn rett Jamea Montgomery, Engineer; and William Eagahaw appointed Secretary of the Board. By a reference to an advertisement la to-day's Journal, it will Le seen that the engineer la to proceed to the immediate loca tioa of the road, and that fire dollars on each share is to le paid to the Treasurer within thirty data. This looks like going to wori with the right kind of spirit, and no doubt can wy longer cxi3t that this railroad will Le pushed forward to a speedy completion. Of this we are the more fally convinced when we take into consideration the tact that the in...

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. — 14 May 1856

For tLc "K aft -man's Journal.' LINES : , , ON THE DFATH OF A LITTLK EOY. BY THERE?.. ( Written in her thirteenth year.) Ckxl looked among his cherub band, And found one wanting there ; He sent his angel to this land ' For the fairest flower here. His angel came and took away From earth its dearest gem . The sweet bright boy we'd have to slay, He took to dwell with them. Even yet, methinks, I sec him, His sweet angelic brow ; Yet I know it cannot be him ; JTis but a vision now ! We wept wc could not help but weep He was so j-oung and fair ; But yet we know the grave can't keep His pure young spirit there. It away from earth has flown, Above the starry sky ; "Whom Jesus Christ hath called his own, We know can never die ; And there they never, never cease, Through long, unending years, To sing of life and joy and peace, But naught of pain and tears. And he is in that "cherub band,'' The brightest and the beht ; A harp of gold is in his hand. And peace within his breast. It was upon th...

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. — 14 May 1856

For t '-Eaftsik.u'( Jciir-al.' LINES: : : ON THE DFATH CF A LITTLE BOY. BY TH-R-SA. (Written in her thirteenth year.) God looked among bis cherub band, And found one wanting there ; lie sent his angel to this land For the fairest flower here. His angel came and took away - From earth its dearest gem . The sweet bright boy we'd have to stay, He took to dwell with them. Even yet, rnethinks, I sec liitu, His sweet angelic brow; Tct I know it cannot be him ; 'Tis but a vision now ! We wept we could not help but weep He was o young and fair ; But yet we know the grave can't keep ni8 pure j'oung spirit there. It away from earth lias flown, Above the starry sky ; "Whom Jesus Christ hath called lii3 own, , We know can never die ; 'And there they never, never cease. Through lonj;, unending years, To sing of life and joy and peace, But naught of pain and tears. And he is in that "cherub band," The brightest, and the best j A harp of gold is in his hand, And peace within his breast. ' It was u...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

Ji ?ff tttiniit sit ii !' P. VOL. 2.--N0. 40. BY S. B. BOW. CLEARFIELD WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 , 1856. I WHAT WOULD I BE BV W. C. IIOSHEU. AVhat would I bo ? Not rich in gold, And with a narrow heart ; Or misanthropic, stern and cold, Dwell from my kind apart ; i would not be a man of war, Af ho looks on death unmoved Give me a title dearer far 'Tho well beloved." I would not wear a laurel crown, Its leaves conceal a thorn ; Too oft the children of renown, Aro friendless and forlorn. Oh ! lot mo lead a blameless life, I5y young and old approved, Called, in the world of sin and strife, "The well beloved " God grant me power to guard the weak, And sorrow's moaning hush. And never feel upon my cheek Dark shame's betraying blush. And when at my Creator's call, From earth I am removed, Let friendship 'broidcr ou my pall, "The well beloved." THE LAUCJIUNt; HERO. AS INCIDENT OF THE MASSACRE AT GOLIAD. It was the morning of tho 17th March 1830 ; Aurora, mother of dews and mistress of golden cloud...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

BY S. B. ROW. VOL 2.--NO. 40. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1850. yi -3 m - f 3 WHAT WOFLD I BE 1 ar w.c. bosxer.' What would I be ? Not rich in gold, And with a narrow heart ; Or misanthropic, stern and cold, Dwell from my kind apart ; I would not be a man of war, - Who looks on death unmoved Give me a title dearer far "The well beloved." I would not wear a laurel crown, Iti leaves conceal a thorn ; Too oft the children of renown, - Are friendless and forlorn. Oh ! let me lead a blameless life, By young and old approved, Called, in the world of sin and strife, 'The well beloved " God grant me power to guard the weak, And sorrow's moaning hush, And never feel upon my cheek Dark shame's betraying blush. And when at my Creator's call, From earth I am removed, - Let friendahip'broider on my pall. -The well beloved." TITE LAUGHING HERO. AX INCIDENT OF THE MASSACRE AT OOLIAD. It was the morning of the 17th March 183G ; Aurora, mother of dews and mistress of golden clouds, came, as she 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. — 21 May 1856

t o Y rmnn C' 1 rtV -"-w jyV- S. B. HOW, Emtor Ar PnorniETon. CLEARFIELD, PA., 3IAV 21, 185G. Nominees cf the Philadelphia Convention. tor president. MILLARD FILLMOEE. VICE PRESIDENT, ANDKEW JACKSON DONNELSOJS. Union State Nominations. CANAL. COMMISSIONER, THOMAS K. COCHRAN, of York Co. AmlTOR GENERAL, DAHWIN HI ELI'S, of Armstrong Co srnvEVOR general, BARTHOLOMEW LAPOKTE, of Bradford Co PRESIDENT MAKING. Tho business of President-making has, fur jonie time, been carried on briskly in tliis country. As is usual, there is great internal commotion in the various parties, caused by efforts to bring the several candidates into such position as will have a tendency to secure their nomination. In the Democratic party, the contest is principally between Pierce and Bu chanan though there are many others whose patriotism w ill not permit them to hold "hack should the country require their services. The struggle for supremacy between the two individuals named, is daily growing more ani mated;...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

Jlitfismiut's $minml. , - S. B. ROW, Editor and Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA ., MAY 21, 1850. Komineei of the Philadelphia Convention.. TOR PRESIDEST, . . . . MILLARD FILLMORE. . TICK PRESIDENT, . , . ANDEEW JACKSON DON JIEL60 JT. , .. Union State Nominations. CANAL COMMISSIONER, THOMAS E. COCnUAN, of York Co. ACDITOR CEXER!.', DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. 8CRVET0R GBXERAI., BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, of Bradford Co. PRESIDENT MAKING. The business of Fresidont-making lias, for some time, been carried on briskly in this country. As is usual, there is great Internal commotion in the various parties, caused by efforts to bring the sevcralcandidatcs into such position as will have a tendency to secure their nomination. In the Democratic party, the contest is principally between Picrco and Bu chanan though there are many others whoso patriotism, will not permit them to bold back should tho country require their services The strugglo for supremacy between the two individuals named, is daily gr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

u XI1M1?S THE JOUEML. AFFAIRS AT HOME. Valuation op Real and Personal PaorER- tr i Clearfield Cocjjtt By a reference to a statement of the Commissioners, published in io-day's Journal, it will be seen that the to tal amount of real and personal property in thin county is valued at $1,508,470. Of this, 782,010 is seated property, and $490,433 un seated. The value of horses, cows, &c., is put down at 31I7,92G; carriages, buggies, &c, at $8,65G ; money at interest $23,228 ; watch es $2,793 ; and trades and occupations at $C0, 8tJ4. The total number of taxablcs in the county is 3,971. The tabic is an interesting and valuable oue, and undoubtedly required a groat deal of time and labor to prepare, and the clerk deserves praise for the manner in which It is got up. Mat Partt. Tho pupils of tho Clearfield Institute, under tho superintendance of Mr. nd Mrs. Campbell, went a May-ing on last Thursday. One of the young ladies, chosen by her companions, was crowned as queen and eated up...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

Mil. TJIE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME. Vaicatios of Reai, axd Personal Proper t iM Clearfield Cocxty. By a reference to statement of the Commissioners, published io to-day' journal, It will be seen that the to tal amount of real and personal property in thU county Is valued at $1,608,476. Of this, $782,G1G Is seated property, and $490,433 un seated. The value of horses, cows, &c, is put down at $147,926 ; carriages, bnggies, &c, at $8,639 ; money at interest $25,228 ; watch es 52,793 ; and trades and occupations at $G0, 804. The total number of taxables in the county fs 3,971- The table is an interesting and valuable one, and undoubtedly required a great deal of time and labor to prepare, and the clerk deserves praise for the manner in which ft Is got up. Mat PxRTT-The pupils of the Clearfield Institute, under tho superintendance of Sir. and Jlrs. Campbell, went a May-ing on last Thursday. One of the young ladies, chosen by ber companions, was crowned as queen and seated upon a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

5 . 111 Kit 2 V -k -h'4 ill'l-, 4 .r-,L h 3 4 !l 7 i4 ft moLstroi'.3 ivickcuQCss, even though you su2L-r like your brother for so doing. Do so new brother, for this is not an il!e fancy. "Were the Missouri Kansas laws to be enforce-!, then such must be our fate ; and those who framed them swear that they snail be enforced; and the President says they shall be enforced, and that the United .States mili tary and the Missouri militi-i will bo en-ployed to do it. But the President and the Mis.-Jotir't-ans are the powers that be, as yet, although they arc endeavoring to thrust themselves up on us. If a man were to come into your house with a pair ol -hackles and attempt to put them on you, would you sit still and let him do so ? You wuulJ Lo very apt to ask him what he meant. Theu it he should pull out a reTolvcr and tell you that ho would let you know what ho meant ; what would you do ? What should you do ? tha't the question. Nov such is our case, wo don't like the idea of boing hung a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 May 1856

the Mrrtaaws aoemtM.: 3 I . 4 monstrous wickedness, even though you suffer like your brother for so doing. Do so" now brother, for this is not an idle fancy. 'Were the Missouri Kausaa laws to be enforced, .then such must bo our fate; and those who framed them swear that they shall be enforced; and the President says they ihall be enforced, and that the United States mili tary and the Missouri militia will be employed to do it. But the President and the Missouri ans are the powers that be, as yet, although they are endeavoring to thrust themselves up on us. If a man were to come iuto your house with a pair of shackles and attempt to put them on you, would you sit still and let him do so 7 You would be very apt to ask him what he meant. Then if he should pull out a revolver and tell you that he would let you know what ho meant ; what would you do 1 What should you do T tha't the question. Now such is oar case, we don't like the idea of being hung and imprisoned by hundreds. We don't l...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

3e BY S. B. EOW. CLEABFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 18-56. VOL. 2.-N0. 41. EVERMORE. Tb streamlet miymured soft and low Meandering 'mid the shadowing trc, And a its gentle tone a roue. Uplifted by the slightest breeze, . I eat. upon a xnocs-grown stone, "That gerTcd the streamlet for a shore, And bent iny car to'cateh the tone, As low it whimpered, F.vcrinore.'' And 'mid the flowers and through tha glen, With earel59 haute it passed along, .Nor lurking back the rocky steep, Could stay the cadence of its song; -A rainbow sat upon the spray, The meesenger of harm no more ; 2 be water bounded on its way, And still repeated 'Evermore." The streamlet grew a mighty tide. Fed by a thousand mountain rills, And mirrored in its moving waves, 1 he forest of a thousand bills ; But as the boatman chants his song, Timed tc the plashing of the oar, Tuneful notes the waves prolong. And echo sweetly, 'Evermore.1' Bo. soft and low in early days; i?o, roughly tost in youthful strife ; o, broad and deep tn...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

Jfi l BY S. B. EOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1 856. VOL. 2.-NO. 41. - EVERMORE. Tho streamlet mimarcd soft and taw Meandering mid the shadowing trees, And as its gentle tone arose. Uplifted by the slightest breeie, I sat epon a tnost-crow a stone, That served the streamlet fur a shore, .ashI htmt my ear to catrh the tone. As lew it whispered, ''Knimiir." .And 'mid the flowers and through the glee, With careless haste it passed along, 5 or lurking back the rocky steep, Could stay the cadence of its sods; ; A rainbow sat upon the spray, Xhe messenger of harm do more ; Ihe water bounded on its way, Amd still repeated 'Evermore." The streamlet grew a mighty tid. Fed by a thousand mountain rills, And mirrored in its moving wares, The forest of a thousand hills ; f at aj the boatman chant his song, limed to the plashing of the oar, Tnnet'ul notes the waves prolong, And echo sweetly, "Evermore. :l Bo. soft and low in early Jays; Po, roughly tost in youthful strife ; So. broad and dee...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

cv s S. !3. HOW, Editor and Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 29, 1856. Nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. FOR PBE3IDEST, MILLABD FILLMOBE. VICE PRESIDENT, ANDKEW JACKSON D0NNEL80N. Union State Nomination!. CAXAL COMMISSION KR, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ACDITOR GENERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCRVETOR CKXr.RAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAroRTE, of Bradford Co. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. As we have of late been frequently urged to take campaign subscribers, we propose to send the Journal, from and after the 1st of July til! tho election in November, to clubs of not less than four at Fifty Cents a copy the cash invariably to accompany the order. We make this proposition to meet tho wants cf such as aro desirous of taking the paper during tho Presidential contest. We wish it to he understood that tho paper sent to campaign subscribers will be the same as our regular ist-ue. ROWDYISM IX C0NGSE3S. Immediately nfter the adjournment of Con gress, on the 221 hist., whilst Mr. Sumner was yet si...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

'- ; ' ' , X n if Af TUB EIFTIM 4UHML ( 1 1 Raftsman's $ffnnml. in t S. B. ROW, Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., MAY 58, 1850. 37minees of the Philadelphia Convention. . , FOR PRESIDENT, . MILLARD FILLMORE. VICE PRESIDENT, ANDKEW JACKSON DOUNELSON. - Union State Nominations. , - ;?' CA"?AL COMMISSIONER, , THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ACDITOB GENERAL, PARWIN THELPS, of Armstrong Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, of Bradford Co. CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. As wo have of lato been frequently urged to take campaign subscribers, we propose to send the Journal, from and after the 1st of July till the election in November, to clubs of not less than four at Fifty Cents a copy the cash invariably to accompany the order. We make this proposition to meet the wants of such as are desirous of taking the paper during the Presidential contest. We wish it to be understood that the paper sent to campaign subscribers will bo the same as our regular issue. ROWDYISM IN C0NGRE3S. Immediately aft...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

mm. 50 b THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME.'-' T3oct. Bat very little business -was tnns ac ted in Court last wet k. The Court a in cession only on Tnesday, Wednesday and Thursday. In the Common Fleas but to ca fes were tried, viz s Wallace vs. Logan. Ejectment, Verdict for Deft. Wallace for PlfT., Larimer for Deft. J. Ac G. II. Steiner vs. RoM. Graffins Ac tion of Debt. Judgment for PUT. for $410.41. "Wallace for I'lffl, Swoopc for Delt. ' ..'' QCARTtB. SESSION'S. Com. ts. Samuel VeMer. N'oL pros. Com. ts. AIto Holes. Fornication and bas tardy. Tried rcrdict of guilty. Com. rs. Geo. Tate. Indictment for cutting timber. Patrick Dolan, prosecutor. N ot guil ty, but Deft, to pay costs. Com. ts. James Curly. Malicious mischief. Jas. Gunsaulus, prosecutor. True blil. Com. ts. Thomas J. Stiles. Assault and battery. Jacob Conlas, prosecutor. Bill' ig nored and prosccuter to pay costs. Licenses Graxted. The fwllowing persona were granted licenses last week by the Court of Quarter Sessions t Wm....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

Til : lMJTSisi- TILE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT nOMi:. Cockt. But Tery little business was trans acted in Court last week. The Court was iu session only on Tuettlay, Wednesday and Tbtlfsday. In the Common Pleas but two ca ses were tried, viz : Wallace vs. Logan. Ejectment. Verdict tot Deft;. Wallace for PlfT., Larimer for Deft. J. & G. H. Steincr ra. Bolt. Graffius Ac tion f Debt. J ndgnicnt for PUT. for $410,41 . Wallace for riff., Swoope fur Dclt. - - : ' ' QUARTER SESSIONS. Com. vs. Sam nel Tedder. Nol. pros. Com. vs. Alvo Holes. Fornication and bas tardy,' ' Tried verdict of guilty. Coin. vs. Geo. Tate. Indictment for cutting timber. . Patrick Dolan, prosecutor. Not guil ty, bat Deft, to pay costs. , Com. vs. James Curly. Malicious mischief. Jas. Gunsaulns, prosecutor. True bill. Com. vs. Thomas J. Stiles. ' Assault and buttery. - Jacob Cordas, prosecutor. Bill ig nored and prosecutor to pay costs. ." I.ictxsts Qu.xytrtt.-The following persons were granted licenses last week by the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

? 11 mwtm TI1E HAUNTED MOOSE. A friend of ours, says the Albany Tribune, Bob II., daring the late cold terra, thought he would go into Hamilton and have a moose hunt. He left the city in company with six other gentlemen, on Wednesday of last week. After a ride of about twenty-four hours, they reached the borders of the great wilderness. Raving put up their horses and sleigh at the last Uvern, they started out for a week's sport in the woods, the second day in the wilder ness, our friend and party tiUi ted a moose of first class proportions. They sighted him a- bout noon, and kept on bis track till about 3 o'clock, P. M., when the party informed Bob that they were completely tired out, and they intended to take the back track for the shanty and have dinner. Our friend said : "Very well, go back if you Mease. As for me. I'll have that moose or perish in the attempt." The party went back and Bob went ahead. He kept up the chaso till nearly dusk, when he got sufficiently Dear the critte...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 May 1856

mm Ttt&t&Fins -. "TflE 11AU.MED MOOSE. A friend of ours, says the Albany Trilune, Bob 11., during the late cold terra, thought he would go into Hamilton and have a moose hunt. lie left the city in company with six other gentYemenron'Wodnesday of last week. After a ride of about twenty-lour hours, they reached the borders of the great wilderness. Having put np their horses and sleigh at tho last tavern, they started out for a week's sport in tho woods, tho second day in the wilder ness, our frieud and party started a meosc of first class proportions. They sighted him a boui noon, and kept on Lis track till about 3 o'clock, P. M., when the party informed Bob that they wero completely tired out, and they intended to take the back track for the shanty and have dinner. " . Our friend said : "Very well, go back if you please. As for me, I'll have that mooso or perish in the attempt.". .The parly went back and Bob went ahead. He kept up the chase till dearly duk, when he got suffic...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1856

M S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1850. VOL. 2.-NO. 42. A FEW SHORT YEARS AND THEN. A fw short ycara and then The dream or lifo trill bo Like rhadows of a morning cloul, lit its reality ! A few .hort years and then The iJol loved the beat Will pa. in all their pride away, As sinks the sun to rest ! A fw short years and then Our young hearts may be reft Of ev'ry hope, and find no gleam Of childhood's sunshine left ! A few short years and then Impatient of its bliss, The weary soul shall seek on high A Letter home than this ! AN ELOPEMENT FRUSTRATED. Ia the last Quarterly Democratic Review, a writer sketching social society at Baden-Baden, communicates the following interesting incident A noble Hungarian lord, Count Christian W., had come to pass the season at Baden, ac companied by his daughter Helen. Young, beautiful, charming, and heiress to an immense fortune left by her mother, the young Coun tess soon found herself surrounded by a host of admirers. Adorers of all kinds...

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