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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1856

-'M- mm 1M -- Ml 'M - M - - M H ;H M - fl 1 I x. BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUKE -J, 18a6. VOL. 2.-JT0. 42. A TEW SHORT YEAE3 AND THE If. A few short years and then The dream of life will bo Like shadows of a morning cloud, In its reality A few short years and then The idols loved the best .Will pass in all their pride away, As ai&ks tho sun to rest ! A few short years and then Our young hearts may be reft Of ey'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 better home than this ! AX ELOPEMENT FRUSTRATED. In the last Quarterly Democratic Review, a writer sketching social society at Baden-Baden, communicates the following interesting incident : "A noble ITungarian lord, Count Christian IV., had come to pass the season at Baden, ac companied by his daughter Ilelen. Young, beautiful, charming, and heiress to an immense fortune left by her mother, the young Coun tess soon fou...

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. — 4 June 1856

i 3 .V; t Raftsman's fminml S. C HOW, EniToit as Fuoi'BIetor CJ.KAUFiKLD, PA., JUNK I, 150. Nominees of tiie Philadelphia Convention. FOH TRESIDK.VT, MILLAED FILLMOEE. -tick PRESIDSN'T, : ; . , i j7 ANDEEW JACKSON DONNELSON. "' Union. Sta'.o rjouucanons. " CAV 1. CWMlfSSI.-VXH!?. THOMAS E.'CnCHKAN, of York Co. rniTOfl GEKEKAL, DARWIN FI1F.LPS, cf Armstrong Co. PfTRTETOK r.KNRRAt,' BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. L0C0F0C0 CONSISTENCY. Hamlt t. Do you seo yonder clond that's almost in shaDe of a camel f . - Poloniiis. By the mass, and 'tis liko a camel indeed : . - - Ham. Melhinks it is like a weasel. Fol. It is backed liki a weasel! Ham. Or like a whale? ' - Pol. Very like whale ! Shakes peaac r It is notbinc nncommon to hear Locofoco papers charging those opposed to the Pierce Democracy with acting inconsistently, and claiming- that the Democratic is the only up right nd straightforward party ia the country. These are, however, mere asseverations, nn hecocapanied by substantia...

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

ULU I ' : :.. :-,J : fit w Raftsman s f ommlV S. B. ROW, Editor asd PnoPKiF..rra. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 4, 1S5G. Koaiiiieea of tie Philadelphia Convention. - ; ; FOB PRESIDENT, . - - . HILIAPD FILLMORE. , VICE FRE2I5Tt ANrBEWJACKSOa BOIfJIELBON. Union State Nominations. canal commissioner. i THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co . ACDITOR GENERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. ' SmTITO SESr.RAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, of Bradford Co: Locoroco consistency. Hamlet. Do yon see yonder cloud that's almost in chape of a eamel? Polonius. By the mass, and 'tis like a camel, indeed !--:. Ham. Methinks it is like a weasel. Pol. It is backed liki a weasel ! Ham.. Or like a whale? Pel. Very like a whale ! SaAKEsrrARr. It ia nothing uncommon to hear Locofoco papers charging those oppo&ed to the Pierce Democracy with acting inconsistently, and claiming that the Democratic is the only up right and straightforward party in the country. These are, however, mere asseverations, un accompanied by substanti...

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. — 4 June 1856

Will i. mm THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME. Heavy Loss. Mr. Christian PottaifJ, of this place, lost last ween $2,200 in the following manner: On Tuesday he drew from the Mid dletown Bank the amount named, in currency, among which were $G50 on the Harrisburg Jj.ink. On the same day he came to Harris burg and got gold for the $650 at the bank. The next, Wednesday, morning at 3 o'clock, be took the cars coming west. Before he left the hotel, finding his money a little bulky, he wrapped the whole of it together, put it in the side-pocket of his overcoat, rolled the coat up sml placed it, wrapped up in acouple of shirts, in his carpet sack. This he did in Ins room,' w here no one could see Lira. . lie went to the station when the cars came in, at the time des ignated above, and whilst putting a band-box and another package in the baggage car and fretting checks for the same, he set bis carpot s ick down. At the moment when ho was do ing this, the whistle blew, and hastily picking :p what he...

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. — 4 June 1856

Tit ? I 1 1 I I 1 I I ! - ' r i i THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME. Hkavt Loss. Mr. Christian Fottarff, of this place, lost last weeK $2,200 in the lollowing taanner s On Tuesday he drew from the Mid dletown Bank the amount named, in currency, among which were $050 on tho Harrisburg Bank. On the same day he came to Harris burg and got gold for the SCoO at the bank. The next, Wednesday, morning at 3 o'clock, he took the cars coming west. Befo're he left the hotel, finding his money a little bulky, he wrapped the whole of it together, put It in tbe aide-pocket of his overcoat, rolled the coat up aad placed it, wrapped up In a couple of shirts, In bis carpet sack. This he did in his room, where no one could see hira. He went to the Station when the cars came in, at tbe time des ignated above, and whilst putting a band-box and another package in the baggage car and getting checks for the same, he set his carpet sack down. At the moment when ho was do ing this, the whistle blew, and hastily ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1856

Mil HI- 4E14L, i i v 4 V. : iii J! NATHANIEL P. BANKS. . Mr. Banks, the present Speaker of the House of Representatives, was born on the 13th of January, 1816, in the town of Waltham, near Boston, which is still his residence. The pov erty of his family deprived him of any but the most ordinary advantages of education, and these were necessarily narrowly limited, or ut terly withheld, from bis twelfth year, when he betook himself to a factory in his native town, therein to cam a livelihood. At a later period of his youth, he worked as a black smith. He was nearly thirty years old, when, throwing aside his blacksmith's apron, he commenced in Boston the study of the law, in the Bce of Hon. ItobertjRantoul, Jr., then IT. S. District Attorney for Massachusetts, and he was more than thirty two years old when, in 1818, he was admitted to practice, and opened an office for himself in Boston, still residing with his family at Waltham. Mr. Rantoul was probably the ablest man in the Democrati...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1856

T-f? MM mm NATnASIEL P. BANKS. ' Mr. Banks, the present Speaker of the House Cf Representatives, was born on the 13th of January, 1816, in the town of Waltharo, near Boston, which is still his residence. The pov erty of his family deprived him of any but the most ordinary advantages of education, and these were necessarily narrowly limited, or ut terly withheld, from Lis twelfth year, when he betook himself to a factory in his native town, therein to earn a livelihood. At a later period of his youth, he worked as a black smith, lie was nearly thirty years old, when, throwing aside his blacksmith's apron, he commenced in Boston the study of the law, in the office of lion. Robcrtjllantoul, Jr., then TJ. S. District Attorney for Massachusetts, and ho was more than thirty two years old when, in 1813, he was admitted to practice, and opened an office for hinxself in Boston, still residing with his family at Waltham. Mr. Rantoul was probably the ablest man in the Democratic ranks in New E...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1856

J 4 tiiicx ni BY S. B. ROW. THE SONG Ofc THE SUMMER WIKD. I come from the Southern shores of balm, Front the gpico-fields far away ; I come with the breath of orangc-blo?soms, And the light of the snmnier day; I kias the cheek of the fevered child, And play with hersunny hair, I soothe the woes of the sorrowing ones. And release their hearts of care. I bear aloft, to the white, white clouds, The wandering school boy's kite. And he gazes up till his eye3 grow dim, With a lok of fond delight; While o'er the brow of the laughing one, I toss the auburn curl, &y the throng, in the lingering eve, Iy pathless way I whirl. I open the cups of the dainty flowers, Uy wild wood, field and dell. Ani I rock the fairies fast asleep Who hide in the lily's bell. The tall grass nods as" I wander by, And the brook up-murinurs with gleo. And joy and gladness spring up in my path, Wherever my pathway be. Oh. what could the warrior's banner bo, Were it not fur my gentle power Aye, dark would be the p...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1856

r 1 p WIE 11 BY S. B. EOW. CLEARHELD, .WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1856. VOL. 2.-NO. 4-3. 1 THE SOUa OF THE SUMMER WIND. I come from the Southern shores of balm, From the spice-fields far away ; I com with the breath of orange-blossoms, - r u fl ,ight of the summer day; I kiss tho cheek of the fevered child, . And play with her sunny hair, . I soothe the woes of the sorrowing ones, And release their hearts of care. . I bear aloft, to tho white, white clouds, . . , The wandering school boy's kite, And he gazes up till bis eyes grow dim, With a look of fond delight; v hile or the brow of the laughing one, ' I toss the auburn curl, As by the throng, in the lingering eve, My pathless way I whirl. I open the enps of the dainty flowers, By wild wood, field and dell. And I rock the fairies fast asleep . Who hide in the lily's bell. - The tall grass nod3 as I wander by, And the brock up-ninrmurs with glee. And joy and gladness spring up in my path, herever my pathway be. Gb, what could the warrior'...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1856

B i; i U 5: f ! ;i it Mi I ; - p X Raftsman's iournnL ' S. li. ROW, Editor aso PfiorjuETon. CLEARFIELD, PA , JUNE 11, 1830. Nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. FOB PRESIDENT, ' ;" ; JIILLAED FILLMOEE. , VICE PRESIDENT, AWDBEW JACKSON DONffELSOff. Union State Kominationi. ' ' caxal coxirissrosER. THOMAS E. COCHKA.X, of York Co. ACDITOR GENERAL, ' DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCRTETOR r,ESER.a, : BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. THE EFFECT. It is but a little over three years since Frank lin Pierce, elevated by the suffrages of the cit izens of the United States to the Chief Magis tracy of the Nation, assumed the control of our governmental affairs. At that time, our I COtinfrv iv at tiMz-mriili TI t, t 1 I a" i" owu uoui-i ing to disturb the quiet of the people, or en danger the permanency of the Union living logemer as one great family, harmonious, well disposed and cherishing the kindliest feeliii iuarus eacu otner, -North and South. But what is. our condition now? Whe...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1856

I -1 6 a I r. iS -it f ST I? M it Haftsman's Imtrnal. 8. B. ROW, Editor axd PRor-niF.Ton. CLEARFIELD, PA , JUNE 11, 156. J?eramc tf the rhiladelphia Convention. for pnt5iii:sr, TJILLATID FILLMORE. vice rntsirENT, ASrilEW JACKSON DONNELSON. Union State Nomina'iona. CA5AI, OOH VISSWNr.B. IHOMA.S B. COCHKA.N", of York Co ATDITOB GENERAL, DAKWIX rifELPS, of Armstrong Co srRvrvun clnft.ai., BARTHOLOMEW LAPOUTK, of Bradford Co. THE EFFECT. It is but a little over three years since Frank lin Fierce, elevated by the suffrages of the cit izens of the United States to the Chief Magis tracy of the Nation, assumed the control of cur governmental affairs. At that time, our country was at peace with all the world noth ing to disturb the quiet of the people, or en danger the permanency of the Union living together as one great family, harmonious, well disposed and cherishing the kindliest feelings towards each other. North and South. But what is our condition now? When we at tempt to answer this q...

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. — 11 June 1856

the 4tifiiai THE JOUMAI, AFFAIRS AT I10.ME. Clearfield Boroioh. Strolling about town a lew days since, we incidentally commenced counting the number of stores, shops. &.c, and found that there were eight dry goods stores, one drug store, two book and stition-, ery stores, five tailoring establishments, five boot and shoe shops, three saddle and harness shops, three cabinet and chair-making estab lishments, one foundry, four wagon-makers' shops, two printing offices, one crockery, one tin-ware manufactory and stove depot, four blacksmith's shops, one clock and watch-maker, one Hvcry stable, and three hotels. There may be some inoTe establishments which we tailed to observe. We have residing in the town two preachers, though there are five chur ches here, four physicians, one dentist, and nine lawyers in active practice. We know of no way in which these several branches of industry can be made to extend their business operations more readily than by informing the public at large o...

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. — 11 June 1856

THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT no.ME. CleaeField Borocch. Strolling about town a few day since, we incidentally commenced counting the number of stores, shops. &c., and found that there were eight dry goods Stores, one drag store, two book and stition ery stores, fire tailoring establishments, fire boot and shoe shops, three saddle and harness shops, three cabinet and chair-making estab lishments, one foundry, four wagon-makers' shops, two printing offices, one .crockery, one tin-ware manufactory and store depot, four blacksmith's shops, one clock , and watch-maker, one lirery stable, and three hotels. There may be some more establishments which we jailed to obserre. We hare residing in the town two preachers, though there are five chur ches here, four physicians, one dentist, and nine lawyers in active practice. We know of no way in which these several branches of industry can be made to extend their business operations more readily than by informing the public at large of what is don...

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. — 11 June 1856

4 V I AGEICTJXTUEAJj. Manures. Farm-yard manure is generally made up of the solid and liquid excrements of animals, some in a state of decomposition, and the re mainder fresh and unchanged. There exists a great difference of opinion as to whether it is most advantageous to use long or fresh ma nures, rafhor thn htt ; m.i.,i,. "-'" w..c.j "I ff fff Feet of good BOARDS wanted by rotted. The difficulty is capable of adjust- 1UU,UUU A.M.IIILLS, at hisstore in Clear ment. If the intention be onlv to benefit the nc,J' for which tho highest market price will be immediately succeeding crop, the manure should be completely rotted ; but long-manure, if ploughed in and covered, is more benefi cial to future crops ; it is much preferred for potatoes, for rotten manures make them wa tery and worm-eaten. If the object be to furnish the greatest amount of organic Mat ter to the soil the soouer the application is made the better. On compact clays the mix ture of straw and course manure is beneficia...

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. — 11 June 1856

I ' ' .. .. " ' ' - ' - " .1 id AGEICTJITURAJL. Manures. I arm -yard manure is generally made cp of th solid and liquid excrements of animals, Km is a stat of decomposition, aid th rs daialer fresh aa-d nnchasg edL There exists great d;eri&c of opinion aa to whether it is most adraataseonj to ae long or fresh ma nures, rather than that which is coi2pleie!j rotted. The diScuIty is capable of adjat-rnent- If the intention be on! to L-eat the immediately sacceedin? crop, the ruaccre shoald be completely rotted ; boi long raaaure, if plotighed ia and covered, is wore beneS cial to fstore crops ? it is ranch r referred for potatoes, for rottea manures make them wa tery and worca -eaten. If the cljeci bo to furalsh the greatest arjicctit of organic Flit ter to the soil the sooner the application is made the better. On compact clays the mix tare of straw and coarse manure i beneficial, rendering them loose and light, while the pro ducts cf decomposition are more completely retained tha...

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. — 18 June 1856

U u j j- . f BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1856. VOL. 2.-NO. 44. m - - THE WAY OF THE WORLD. In the season of darknesj and sorrow, When hope has fled far away, When we know of no joy for to-morrow, . And feel cf the despair of to-day- When our friends of the past hare desorted, And at you their hatred is hurled, Jnit because you hare fallen in station . .Never care 'Us the way of the world . When death at the last would be welcome, And yon think with a heart-broken sigh, "Ah ! soon will life's battles be o'er." How sweet it will then be to die ! VThen the flowers of love have all withered, . And the shaft of black malice is hurled, , When your heart is all sad and forsaken Never mind 'tis the way of the world. When fortune again smiles upon yeu, And the frowns of your friends disappear, And the put asites flock around you With words of false welcome and cheer 'Tis best to receive them as ever, And not with the lip of scorn curled, For they have merely followed their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1856

4k ill 1 if H BY S. B. ROW. CLEABFIELD, WEMESDAY, JUKE 18, 1856. VOL. 2.-M it Ua Xli n . iTJ n 1 THE WAY OF THE WORLD. Ia tbe teasoa of darkaesj and sorrow, hp has rd far hit. know of bo Jot for tomorrow. And feet if Ik despair of to-dar TUiea oox fri&ds of the past bare dmf.ed, And at job their hatred ia curied. Jaat bw yom ha-re- fallea ia atatioo rt eaxe "til the war of tte worlJ . TTkB death a: the Ian wcti be welcome - And to taiak with a keart-brcken sigh, -Aa ! raw will life, battles be o'er." Haw fwt it will then b to die ! When tie Sewers of lore hare, all wither! Aed tie ahaft f black maiiee U hurled. . TV tea yoar fcrart U all ui ani fortc Serer atiad "til the way of tie or!d TShea fertane again apes yaa. And tie frowns ef roar frit cdj disarr-ear And tie p jiajtie? Sack art.au to With vtri; of faie we'eozae'aai cher rsia be to receire tieja a ever, Aad aot with tbe lip f seora rarlei. Foe they tare BtWj fallows i thir Instincts, Asd acted tie wayf tbe world. ETHAN AL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1856

U jl ti r-si? ! 12 i :H1 4 i t 1 i Raftsman's Journal.. Try-. .-? S. B. ROW, Editor asi Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 18, 1856. Nominees of the Philadelphia Convention. FOR PRESIDENT, HILL ABO FILLMOEE. VICE PRESIDENT, - . ANDREW JACKSON DONNELSON. Union State Nominations. CAXAL COMMISSIONER, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ArpiTOR GENERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPOKTE, of Bradford Co. THE ASPECTS OF THE CANVAS. As parties take position in the field,the aspects of thePrcsidential canvass become more settled and distinct,andwe arc enabled by the landmarks thus afforded to judge somewhat of the future. The Democratic Party has deliberately chosen its ground and taken its position, with a can didate selected in a manner, and on a platform that leave no doubt as to its principles and purposes. Mr. Buchanan's nomination is, and is designed to be, nothing more or less than a perpetuation of the policy inaugurated with Pierce and that has marked ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1856

pi 1-4 a Hi IS j i h, i$ t 8. B. ROW, Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 18, 1856. Nominee! of the Philadelphia Convention. - 'v "; FOR PRESIPEXT, . ' : MILLABD FILLMORE. ' VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW JACKSON DONIIELSON. fnion State Nomination!. CANAL COMMISSIONER. THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. AITDITOR GENERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SURVEYOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, of Bradford Co. THE ASPECTS OF THE CANVAS. As parties take position in the field,the aspects of theEresidential canvass become more settled anddistinct,andve are enabled by the landmarks thus afforded to judge somewhat oi the future. The Democratic Party has deliberately chosen its ground and taken its position, with a can didate selected in a manner and on a platform that leave no doubt as to its principles and purposes. Mr. Buchanan's nomination is, and is designed to be, nothing more or less than a perpetuation of tho policy inaugurated with Pierce aud that has marked his administration The same ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1856

THE JOURNAL. - AFFAIRS AT HOME. f Mo Caxb. We are lucky ! A few day since a bright little face appeared at our door and delivered us a package, which, upon being Opened, proved to be another excellent cake ent us by some unknown fair one. . We ten det the donor our hearty thanks, and exp rcss the hope that she may succeed in doing nil other things as well as she succeeded in mak ing the aforesaid cake ! Is IT Dzj 1 Everybody says it is, and so it ust be true.' The earth has bnt little mois tore.' notwithstanding- a number of showers hav fallen within the past few weeks. H we do not soon get some copious rains, vegeta Iron of all kinds must be materially injured The heat for several days during the past week was intense, and well calculated to test one's powers of endurance. Tax Yearly County Association of the Keg nlar Baptists, was held in this place, during tie past week. There was preaching on Fri day, Saturday and Sunday, and considerable interest manifested, among the ministers...

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