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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1856

. .S ' Si 10 tt - VOL '2.-50.' 17. BT S. B. EOW. CLEARPIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 18-50. T ta EarSsmaa's JaaraaX X.CTESI BY 7. K. CAZIER. r cwrrcii. crrr, aajsaj TrAi-T.it. Tara it a caarst ia -I w dc Tae wis. I th r.jj pia ; -lad ti atac liTtn imit - ami soil Im Sragraat nictait as taj iad naatr el-rsis come " th ta t. .lad mxrsixr wits tie ffifjat tisy aexr : wky shoo Id sckaasa enm ti ai.ir Ike of a Same so fair Ew f we tr!rr a ud atutm Tiitt jost be far at laes Ota- irauJ wiera Btn will art ns ta aiiaaj Xaca ku-? uj f tit cni r. Str a tneriah! time i; teait. w harrm ruit. aad qoic joy , A iwt a&w.aia luv to 6 latas ir imta of Iu wiiiuac alloy Aid f ml same talisman to ftrra Each, aaia to wty. wail borae aloof TT nrm; f Ltf"f m:iry ?tai. Ita "jorpoae lliifh. aad flint sctot ' Aad aa mux cLwpa aa2? Br Dtp, Ear trtasares ia tune aca-r Atria. Lika iiuiwrs aa taaadr-eiod. W m ta baw. but la Kara Ch. wiy. alaa? tttonld vr thaa 5iia pouaaad air, smn br-wwi-atf CZy. WJ w go. ta all 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. — 9 July 1856

. t KfHlllfij lite tt : : ;1 BY S. Ii. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1856. NO. 47. :. VOL, 2.- For th Raftsman's Journal. MNKSt KY J.U. CAZIER, ut council mr, kins tewutort. Tbe j eharm 1b all ws tuutl : Tha eotling wtn.i lh waving (riu ; And the ( dowers look u and smile Id fragrant welooino as they paaa. Aod suntaor rloul coma o'er th sky, An4 mnrmur with the freight tby bear : vb ! why should skknM com to lunr Th pleasure of a boint so fair T ,Iow oft wo struggle on and deem . Tbat juat before v lit the goal. Where orrow wl'l not eotno to blight Kacii tioye ouch ufo of the tool Wkere, fr a chrrUbad time at leaet, We nay have rest, and quint joj ; Atnl swt, antwinluc luTt to blew )ur droam of lifo without alloy And Cod aoma talisman to turn Each pain to ioy, while borne along The currtnl of Life's mighty stream, With "purpose high, aud spirit strong.'' And a our changing faucy bring liar treasures !u some othar form, Lika eolor on a thunder-cloud, Wo tba bow, but feci tbv tt...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1856

1 :1 A' 1 Hi ;rfl II! . v ii S. B. ROM', Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 9, 1856. Union State Nominations. CAXAt. COMMISSIOSER, THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. AcnrroR general, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SURVEYOR CF.XERAL, BARTJIOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. FREMONT'S VOTES. We are met with the assertion, nearly eve ry hoar in the day, that Col. Fremont, when in the Senate.voted universally with the South, and that the record proves him to be anything else than a Republican. Attcr a careful ex amination of the Congressional Globe, we find, that these assertions vanish into "thin air." Among other things it is charged that ho vo ted against a proposition to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia. An examination of the official Journal of the Senate shows that but five Senators voted in its favor, and that it was evidently not a test vote. The circum stances arc as follows : Ob the 12th of Sep tember, the bill to suppress the Slave-trade in tho District of Col...

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. — 9 July 1856

I 71. i) Raftsman's intmaL. S. B. ROW, Editor ad Propkiktob. -CLEARJIFJLD. PA., JTLY 0, 1856. - Bnion State Hominattoaa. CAXAL CONMISSIOSEB. THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. . irtTO 6E5ERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCBTETOR GI'tBIL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPUKTE, of Bradford Co. FEEM0ST3 VOTES. We are met with the assertion, nearly eve ry boar ia the day, that Co!. Fremont, when in the Senate,voted universally with the South, and that the record proves him to be anything eke than a Bepnblican. Atter a careful ex amination of the Congressional Globe, we find, that these assertions vanish into "thin air." Among other things it is charged that he vo ted against a proposition to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia. An examination ol the official Journal of the Senate shows that but fire Senators voted in its favor, and that it was evidently not a test vote. The circum stances are as follows : On the 12th of Sep tember, the bill to suppress the Slave-trade in the District of Columbia...

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. — 9 July 1856

THE JOURNAL, AFFAIRS AT HOME. C. J. We have received your communica tion, but it is unavoidably crowded out. It shall appear in our next. - Wb direct attention to the card of Doctor J. S. Love, of Pine Swamp, Centre county, in to-day's Journal. Amendments to the Constitution. The proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State of Pennsylvania, published by au thority, will be found in our advertising columns. A Vioiext Stobm of Rain and ITail passed over our borough on last Sunday afternoon, which did considerable damage to the gardens, and must have Injured the corn and wheat crops, more or less, wherever it extended. Itcx-orr. As Mr. John McClelland, of this borough, was driving in a buggy up-street, on his return from the celebration in Bradford on the 4th, his horse took fright and ran off. Mr.M'C. had with him his wife and child. When opposite the jail, the affrighted animal turned quickly to the right, and after crossing the plank side-walk, Mr. McClelland succeed ed in r...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1856

TUB- mm. wmNm, the journal: AFFAIRS AT nOME. j ' C. J. We hare received your communica tion, bat' it is unavoidably crowded out. It shall appear in our next. . , v - "We direct attention to the card of Doctor J. S. Lore, of Pine Swamp, Centre county, in to-day's Journal. .. V: Am EWDMEifTs to the CosBTrrrTio. The proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State of Pennsylvania, published by au thority, will bo found in our advertising col umns. ' ' - A ViotEXT Storm of Rain and Ilail passed over our borough on last Sunday afternoon, which did considerable damage to the gardens, and must have - injured the corn and wheat crops, more or less, wherever it extended. ! KrH-OFF. As Mr. John McClelland, of this borough, was driving in a buggy np-street, on bis return from the celebration in Bradford on the 4th, his horse took fright and ran off. Mr. M'C. had with him his wife and child. inien opposite the jail, the aff righted anifual turned quickly to the right,' and after crossing th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1856

APfllM sis i I fl- 1 2 'i. if pure, would be as valuable as any other fer tilizer, and much more permanent than guano. It is said that large quantities of the natural DhosDhate of lime exists in the interior of K Spain ; it is also said to hare been found in tha State of New York, and New Jersy ; and as Pennsylvania is now moving onward in the science of farminjr, the talents and energy of her schools may, from the creat variety of limestone rock in our State, discover the nat ural nhosnhate of lime, which would to of great value. In Clearfield county wo have a kind of limestone which when burned and slacked, shows every shade of color, from white to indigo blue and black. It has been moderately used on the land by a few farmers, and appears to add greatly to the fertility of rhc soil. Bone dust is another form by which the farmer can add phosphorus to the soil. We will row notice some organic elements of plants. Ol all the organic elements of plants nitrogen is most important. It i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1856

If pure, would be as valuable as any other fer tilizer, and much more permanent than gnano. It is said that large quantities of the natural phosphate of lime exists in the interior of Spain ; it is also said to have been found in the State of New York, and New Jcrsy ; and as Pennsylvania is now moving onward in the science of farming, the talents and energy of her schools may, from the great variety of limestone rock in onr State, discover the nat ural phosphate of lime, which wonld bo of great value. In Clearfield county we have a kind of limestone which when burned and slacked, shows every shade of color, from white to indigo blue and black. It has been moderately used on the land by s few farmers, and appears to add greatly to the fertility of the soil. Bone dust is another form by which the farmer can add phosphorus to the soil. . We will now notice some organic elements cf plants. Of all the organic elements of plants nitrogen is most important. It is found laige lyin gluten, t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1856

BY S. B. BOW. 1 WISH SO.HEBODY'D COME. The flowers are blooming on the lawn, The birds are singing free, And everything is full of life And happiness but me; The flowers look strangely dull to-day, They are shadowy as my dreams, And very lonely seem to me The sunlight's golden gleams. As for the birds, I heed them not, They had as well be dumb ; They cannot charm my heart to-day I wish somebody'd come! I've tried my books my music, too, I've tried it oer and o'er J3ut. pshaw ! I cannot see my notes, My eyes keep wandering so. Unanswered notes before me lie, I'll count them one, two, three; And here are letters waiting, too, And what are they to me '. My books arc staler my music Discordant as a drum, My voice is very bad to-day . I wish soxedody'd come'. The sun is setting in the west, And twilight deepens now. And night ccmes forth, an ebon queen, With jewels on her brow ; The cat is sleeping on the hearth, The bell has rung for tea, And not one living soul has oome What can the ma...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1856

f : J : 3 - ; i i .'j . u : ." BY S. B ROW. CLEAEFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1850. VOL. 2. NO: 48. 1 1 WISH SOJIEUODY'D COME. ' Th flower re blocming on the lawn, The birds are singing free, - And everything is Fall of life And happiness but me; The flowers look strangely dull to-day, - 'jey ro shadowy as uiy dreams, And very lonely seem to mo The sunlight's golden gleams. " A8nfor the birls, I heed thorn not, . . They had as well bo dumb ; They cannot charm my heart to-day I wiah somebodt'd come ! I've triud my books my music, too, I've tried it o'er and o'er But. pshaw ! I cannot see my notes, My eyes keep wandering so. Unanswered notes before me lie, I'll count them one, two, throe ; And here are letters waiting, too, And what aro they to mo '. My books arc stale my inusio Discordant as a drum, My voicj is very bad to-day I wisb auMEBJor'acome! ' The sun is setting in the west, And twilight deepens now. And night comes forth, an ebon qucon, With jewels on her brow ; The cat is sle...

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. — 16 July 1856

THE ans S. B. 110W, Editor axd Proprietor. ; CLEAR FIKLD, PA., JULY 101850 Union State Koininationi. can-ai, cowinssioxEn. THOMAS K. COCHRAN, of York Co. ai-ditor'gen'eral, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SrRVBYOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW L-APORTE, of Bradford Co. HON. I AVID BARCLAY. The Clearfield Republican, of last wcok, is down, "like a thousand of brick," on Hon. D. Barclay, the member of Congress from this district, for doing an act, than which there is not one in his whole official career more in ac cordance with the wishes of a majority of his constituents namely, for moving a reconside ration of a vote which resulted in the House adopting the bill to admit Kansas under the Topeka or Free Constitution. The contortions of the Republican are as amusing, as its wail iogs are plaintive and vengeful in turn, and the Honorable gentleman had better look to his own safety lest, under the scathing and withering fire of our neighbor, he sink into his political grave, '-without benefit of...

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. — 16 July 1856

JUL - -r- TBI a&FTiiwa I) i; 1 4 I 8 t V J Raftsman's ff.nntal. "gij 8. B. ROW, Editor akd Proprietor. (CLEARFIELD, PA , JULY 10, 1836 Union State Nominations. " casx cowwtsTirn, THOMAS . COCHRAN, of York Co ArDITOII E.T.IIAL, LARWIS PHELPS, of Armatrocg Co. BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Eradford Co. HON. DAVID BAECLAY. The Clearfield Republican, of last week, it down, "like a thousand of brick," on lion. D. Barclay, the member of Congress from this district, for doing an act, than which there is cot one in his whole official career more in ac cordance with the wishes of a majority of his constituents namely, for moving a reconside ration of a vote which resulted in the House adopting tbe bill to admit Kansas under the Topeka or Free Constitution. Tho contortions of the Republican aro as amusing, as its wait ings are plaintive and Tengeful in turn, and the Honorable gentleman had better lock to his own safety lest, under tbe scathing and withering flro of our neighbor, he sink into b...

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. — 16 July 1856

" - in .-I'M II ! mtut I lit III II III li - - ? 11 WTSMWi mm THE JOURNAL. AFFAIRS AT HOME. Committed. On last "Wednesday, two young tnen, named Iiawkenberry and Stigert, were committed to the county jail, charged with breaking into the store of Ben. Hartshorn, at Lumber City, on the 4th, and taking there from some $25 or SCO in money. Drowsed. We understand that a young boy living with Samuel Tate, of Lawrenco town ship, was drowned on Monday evening, by fal ling into a newly dug well, which was covered with loose boards. lie had been in several hours before he was discovered. Accident. On last Sabbath, the second daughter of Lewis Cardon, "of Lawrence town ship, had a severe gash cut in her head by the filling of an axe, which had been stuck up in a shed through which she was passing at the time. Some difficulty was experienced in checking the flow of blood. A New Line of Hacks has been started by Gen. A. M. Hills, between this place and RCdgcway, Elk county, to make two trips a w...

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. — 16 July 1856

THE JOURNAL. ; ; v AFFAIRS AT IIO.ME. Committed. On last Wednesday, two young men, named Hawkenberry and Stigert, were committed to the county jail, charged with breaking Into the store of Ben. Hartshorn, at Lumber City, on the 4th, and taking there fr6m some $25 or $30 in money. Drowned. We understand that a young boy living with Samuel Tate, of Lawrence town bip, was drowned on Monday evening, by fal ling into ft newly dug well, which was covered Tvith loose boards. ' lie had been in several hours before he was discovered. Accident. On last Sabbath, the second daughter of Lewis Cardon, of Lawrence town ship, had a severe gash cut in her head by the falling of an axe, which had been stuck up In a shed through which she was passing at the time. Some difficulty was experienced in checking the flow of blood. A New Line or Hacks has been started by Gen. A. M. Hills, between this place and Eidgeway, Elk county, to make two trips & week. This will be a great accommodation, and we tru...

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. — 16 July 1856

TOE 1 BUCHANAN AND LOW WAGES. On the 22nd January 1840, Mr. Buchanan made a speech in the United States Senate, (Tide Congressional Globe, for Jan. 1840, pp. 135-6, or Niles' Register vols. C7 and 08,) in which the following passages occnr : "In Germany, where the currency is purely metalic, and the cost of everything is reduc ed to a hard money standard, a piece of broad cloth can be manufactured for fifty dollars,the manulacture of which, in our country from the expansion of paper currency would cost one hundred dollars. What is the consequence ? The foreign French and German manufacturer imports this cloth into our country and sells it for a hundred. Does not every person per ceive that the redundancy of our currency is equal to a premium of one hundred per cent, in favor of the manufacturer. "No tarifl of protection, unless it amounted to prohibition, could counteract these advan tages in favor of foreign manufactures. 1 would to heaven that I could arouse the atten tion of ever...

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. — 16 July 1856

' B17CHATTAK AND LOW WAGES. On the 22nd January 1840, Mr. Buchanan made a speech in the United States Senate, (Tide Congressional Globe, for Jan. 1840, pp. 135-6, or Nilcs' Register vols. C7 and 08,) ia which the following passages occur : JIn Germany, where the currency is purely roetalic, and the cost of everything is keuco ed to a hard money standard, a piece of broad cloth can be manufactured for fifty dollars, the manufacture of which, in our country from the expansion of paper currency would cost one hundred dollars. What is the consequence 1 The foreign French and German manufacturer imports this cloth into our country and sella it for a hundred. Does not every person per ceive that the redundancy of our currency is equal to a premium of one hundred per cent, iu favor of the manufacturer. ".No tarifl of protection, unless it amounted to prohibition, could counteract these advan tages in favor of foreign manufactures. 1 would to heaven that I could arouse the atten tion of eve...

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. — 23 July 1856

-. -. i. a iijL:r,ii-H..:...v .f; 'i'" ;"".;" 7 .i- 7 -:"!. ,--.r! : ----- .., H. - V.I;'' rV-i .-V-..i '.-- v: : r : ; '.? i s ... -....,.-:.... ;r : 1 t --.'...-;' J',-v: .- J .''-i -C"- V-V' - ' YOL: 2.-N0. 10. 1856. TO 3IY 3IOTHEK'';i i 'very diflerent from that '.in which her father : no impression was made on it ; and thus it now The following lines.written by a convict in tho I viewed him... She would not for the world of- Ohio Penitentiary, are iouchingly beautiful.; jWe haveseen nothing of,, late that, has so moved our sympathy. The man who can write sooh ; poetry, who has .such thoughts, cannot bd utterly deprav-. ed. Tho curse of intemperance, with iU attending downward influence, has here done its work, and a spirit noble and generous, thntmight and should he the pride and ornament of " the social circle, is now the degraded convict in the walls of a IVni- fend or disobey her fathcr, but.still John Ad-' auis.saw, something, in her. eye, and. manner that seemed to say per...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1856

tt: BY S. B. ROW . CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1856. VOL. 2.-AT0. 49. . TO MV .mother: The following lines, written by a convict in the Ohio Penitentiary, are touching beautiful. We have seen nothing of lato that has bo moved our sympamy. i&e man who can write such poetry, who has such thoughts, cannot be utterly deprav ed. The enrseof intemperance, with iu attending downward influenco, has hero done "its work, and a spirit noble and gcnerous,tbat might and should be the pride and ornament of the social eirclo, is Bow the degraded convict in the walla of a Peni tentiary. , Jlow-will that fond mother's haart bleed if she shall hear of her darling boy, the in mate of a prison in a foreign land ! Ohio State Journal. I've wandered far from thee, mother, For from my happy home: I've left the land that gave me birth, In other climes to roam : , And time since then, has roll'd its yaars 1" ;And marked them on my brow; 'J Yet I have often thought of thee I'm thinking of thee now : '...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1856

the mmmk '"'Raftsman's Imtntai S. B. ROW, Editor asd Proprietor. (CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 23, 1856. Union Stat nomination. CANAL COWWISSIOJCER. THOMAS E. COCiiKAX, of York Co. APDITOR GESERAL, DARWIX PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. gCTtVETOR CKXERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LAPOKTE, of Bradford Co. WHO ARE TOT FORI This question has been asked us frequently of late, in regard to the several candidates for the Presidency. A short time since we re marked that we should give the matter ample thought before, deciding. We hare done so, and now present the result of our delibera tions. James Bucbasan, the nominee of the Dem ocratic party, stands upon a platform which we regard as anti-republican and dangerous to onr institutions, and destructive to the peace and perpetuity of the nation. It regards hos tility to the principles of the American party as a cardinal virtue recognizes and adopts the principles of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, thus sanctioning the repeal of the Missouri com promise and all the outrages...

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. — 23 July 1856

Q i9 - .-.-.-..V. I f 'St 1 3 a Raftsman's Iffimtal. "1 S. B. ROW, Emtor asd Proprietor. j CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 23, 1850. Union State ITominations. CiJiL COYlflSSIOSER. TIIOMAS E. COCHRAX, of York Co. ArDITOR CtXEBiL, DARWIX PUELP5V of Armstrong Co. friTETOR GENERAL, BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. WHO ARE TOTT FORI This question bas been asked os frequently of late, in regard to the several candidates for tb Presidency. A short time since we re marked that we should give the matter ample thought before deciding. We hare done so, and now present the result of our delibera tions. James Bcchasaw, the nominee of the Dem ocratic party, (stands upon a platform which we regard as anti-republican and dangerous to our institutions, and destructive to the peace and perpetuity of the nation. It regards hos tility to the principles of the American party as a cardinal rirtue recognizes and adopts the principles of the Kansas-Xehraska bill, thus J sanctioning the repeal of the Missouri co...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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