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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 September 1856

i ( - . mii- "- -ILL! ' ." ' ' ' "' " ' YOL. 3.-NO. 5. :BY; S. B. EOV". CLEARFIELD, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1856. WHY COMEST THOU NOT ! BT JIYRSHA EGERTOS. Why comest thou not ? The flowers are springing In the mossy dells, where the Fairies sleep ; The low soft zephyr sweet music is bringing. The bright birds are roaming the "upper deep." It is joyous morn, all nature is blushing 'Neath the ardent gaze of a warm spring sun; The sombre clad earth, with beauty is flushing. As she feels his warm kiss ; my sad heart alone Pineth for joy : my lone offering, a tear, , Palls 'mid spring roses, for thou art not here. Why eon) est thou not? The light dew is falling On the wavy grass 'neath the old elm trees ; Up 'mid the scant leaves, the sad bird is calling Her absent loved one the musical breeze, Like a lute1 of the silver-lined clouds, is breathing, That floats round the throne of their shadowy king Of a southern sky, where beauty is wreathing Summer's rich brow, with the roses of spri...

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. — 17 September 1856

Til MP JlaftsmanslwtntnL S. B. ROW, Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 17, 1850. People's National Ticket. FOR PRBSIDS.NT, JOHN C. F It E M OST, op califorsia. foh vice president, Vf ILLIA M L. D A Y T O .V , OF" SEW JERSEY. Union State Ticket. CANAL COVVISSIOSEIt. THOMAS E. COCUKAX, of York Co. - AUDITOR GEXEftAL, DARWIN I'll E LPS, of Armstrong Co. fl RVETOR GEXERAI., BARTHOLOMEW LAP'JKTE, of Bradford Co. Union District Ticket- FOIt CONGKES9, JAMES S. MYERS, cf Venango County. Assembly, JOUX BROOKS, of Elk County. Union County Ticket. I'rothonotarv, T1I0MAS ROSS, cf Tike Township. Associate Judges, BEXJAMIX SPACKMAX. of Clearfield bor. ARTHUR BELL, of Bell Township. Register and Recorder. -J01IX ADAMS, of Bogs Township. Commissioner. "WILLIAM W. CAT1ICART, of Pike tp. Survevor. TETER LAMM, of Uirard Township. Auditor, "WILLIAM HOOVER, of Bradford Township. COL. FBEHONT'S BEEF SUPPLIES. The Democratic papers are vaporing consid erably in relation to ctrtaia contracts mad...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 September 1856

Tut a&nrstMErB TIIE JOURNAL. ' THE UHION AND THE CONSTITUTION. PEOPLE MASS MEETING, AT CUKWENSVILLE, ON SATURDAY, 27TH OP SEPT. T11HE friends t.f Free Speech. Free Press nnd A Free Kansas, who tire opposed to the election of Jnincs Buchannn, will meet iu MAXS CON VEXTroy,at CUR WEIL'S VTLLK. on SAT URDAY, the ZITIIday of SEPTEMBER. Amos Myers, of Clarion ; S. P. M'CuIuiont, of Venango; "W. W. Wic. of Brook ville ; S. Linn, of Bcllcfontc; Cyrus Jeffries and John M. Chaso, of Clearfield county, and other speakers are expected to be in attendance. - Coma one! Come all!! and hear the great ques tions uiscussei. All are invited to come ! A pole will be raised on the occasion, and a flag 19 by SU feet suspended. J1A.M. PEOPLE'S MASS MEETINGS. fTlUE friends of-Free Kansas and the success of A the principles of Freedom, who are opposerLtu the election of James nuchanan will meet at LUM BER CITY, on Saturday evening the 20th, at 6 o'clock. The friends of Fremont and Freedom, will meet t ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 September 1856

the mwfmmBMmmm,, "THB NEBRASKAITES miSK." AlK Jordan is a hard road to travel . TheXebraskaites think they'll come it mighty fine, 'While the Pope ia m treadin' np behind 'em ; But the freemen are so thick,they;ll give 'em such a lick, That the Pope nor the De'il cannot find era. CH0RC8. Then pull off your coa,boys,and roll np your sleeves For Jordan ia a hard road to travel, go take offyourcoat,boys, and roll up your sleeves, For Jordan ia a hard road to travel, I believe. Oh, they went to Cincinnati, for to find a big gnn, And they loaded np a "ten-cent" Boo-cannon; Cut they 11 find him at the polls either flash'd in the pan, Or busted to the other side of Jordan. We will send Fremont out, in search of the lost, Those principles of Jefferson accordin' ; And Kansas shall be free, and that cursed slavery, Shall be sent to the other side of Jordan. For John C. Fremont ia the man that we want, And Dayton, too, will work in the traces; Then cast in your votes, boys, put him in the chai...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 September 1856

I ii ' r ' 1 i ' : . .. . . . . " . - - ""-v ' " ----- - . . . ... . " 1 1 11 .ii.. M iA i. , . BY S. B. EOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2i, 1850, VOL. 3-m G. 1 - i . THE WOBLD WOULD BE THE BETTER If men cared less for wealth and fame, ' rt ,SS for batt,e-ficlds and glory ; ift writ in human hearts, a name - Seemed better than in song and story; ?en' insteai f nursing pride. Would learn to hate and abhor it; If more relied On lore to guide. " The world would be the better for it. If men dealt less in stocks and lands. YAn more n DOnds and deeds fraternal ; ' Jove " WOfk "ad more williug handj To link this world to the supernal ; If men stored up Lore's oil and wine. And on braised human hearts would pour it; If '-yours" and '-mino'' Would once combine, - ' ' Th world would bo the better for it. . A FUR TRADE ADVENTURE. BY WASHINGTON IRVING. Colter, with the hardihood of a regular tra iler, had cast himself loose from the party of Lewis and Clark, in the very heart of the wil d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 September 1856

V.UL C3 i! it 1 3 item's $mtrmil. S. B. ROW, Editob amd Pbopbietob. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 21, 1850. People's national Ticket. TOR PRESIDRXT, JOn.N C. FREMONT, Or CALIFORNIA. TOB TICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM L. DAYTO.V, or SEW JERSEY. Union State Ticket. CAXAL COMMISSIONER. THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of York Co. ATDITOR GENERAL, DARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCRVEVOR GENERAL. BARTHOLOMEW LAl'OKTE, of Bradford Co. Union District Ticket- TOR CONGRESS, JAMES S. MTERS, of Venango Countjr. semlily. JOHN BROOKS, of Elk County. Union County Ticket. Frothonotary, THOMAS ROSS, of Pike Township. Associate Judges, ARTHUR BELL, of Bell Township. Register and Recorder. JOHN AL-AMS, of Boefrs Township. Commissioner. WILLIAM W. CATIICART, of Pike tp. fcurvevor, PETER LAMM, of I'iirard Township. Auditor, WILLIAM HOOVER, of Bradford Township. THE SLAVERY QUESTION. It will not be denied that the generation of statesmen who made the Constitution knew bestniuit it meant. They understood ic be cause it was the wor...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 September 1856

THE JOURNAL. JHIUNIOK A KB THE CONSTITUTION. PEOPLE'S MASS MEETING, AT CURWEXSVILLE, . ON SATURDAY, 27TH OP SEPT. - (IN TIIE AFTERNOON.) r"MIE friends of Free Speech, Free Press and X Free Kansaswho are opposed to the election rf James Bucbannn. will meet in JWASS CON VENTION, at CURWEXSVri.l.E. on SAT URDAY, the 27TI1 day of SEPTEMBER. Anios Myers, of Clarion ; S. P. M'Calmont, of Venango; V. W. Wise, of Brook villo ; S. Linu, of Bcllofonte; Cyrus Jeffries and John M. Chase, of Clearfield county, and other speakers are expected to be in attendance. Come 'one! Come oil!! and hear the great ques tions discussed. All are invited to come ! A polo will be raised on the occasion, and a flag 18 by 30 feet suspended. MAX Y. A Mass Meeting of the friends of Fremont and Freedom will be held in the borough of C1IER H V-THEE, on Tuesday the JiOth Sept. Speakers will be in attendance to address the meetings. AH are invited to come. WO THE FREE AND INDEPENDENT X ELECTORS OF CLEARFIELD COUNTY. Tr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 September 1856

i I i i . i if TERMS. 1 - The Jocrxal Is published every Wednesday, at Ose Dollar aid Fiftt Ccsts per annum in advance, or Two Pollaes within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty cent per square, cf twelve line, for the first, and twenty-five cent for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. The 'Terma' will be etrictly adhered to. So paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. "POCTOR J. S. LOVE, bavins located at lr JkJ Irwin 4r Hymant Store, (Pine Swatup P. 0.) .Centre Co.. respectfully tenders bis professional aervioca to the public References. The Faculty of Jefferson Medical College, Phila. Ir. W. J. Wilson. Potter's Mills. Centre Co. Lr. J. P. Wilson, Centre Hall, Centre Co. Dr. Jas Irwin and Dr. M. Stewart. Pine .Swamp, Centre Co. Jnly9-3ro. ITOR SALE. The undersigned will sell at pri . vate sale, his farm, gitaate in Decatur town ship. Clearfield county. Pa., containing 10t ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 October 1856

."'' i.ii I'-fcMHi.r ' i iii i liini, rr mmam tm -- ' - - - ' ' - j .r-ir j: " : J i ... -1 f BY S. J. ROW. V CEEARFIELD;; WEDNESDAY, OGTOBER il i 1850 J : J; ! : " VOL; 3.-10.- 7: 1 . SPEECH OP JUDGE KELLEY: Delivered at Spring Garden Hall, Philadelphia, September 9A, 1856. ITavc you beard the news from Maine, boys ? (Great Applause). Such were the words with which I commenced an address to the friends of Polk, Dallas and Shunk, in 1844, -a bout this season of the year, in the district of Spring Garden; and the Democratic news that had come that day, the day succeeding a Gubernatorial and Congressional election was esteemed as the sure prestige of victory to the party, as we esteem the news to-dav. (Cheers.) . , , .- . - . " We live in curious times, politically, my friends. Why is it that the Democratic star of the East, and the young Democratic Giant of the West, have wheeled into line and put themselves on cither side of the Whig Gibral tar, Vermont 1 . Why stand Democratic Main...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 October 1856

VJL JUL .. . . ? I 'if - labor of fifty, oce hundred, fire hundred, or one thousand men and women, he can afford to educate his children and to lead a life of lavish expenditure. But I do mean to say, that a man in a slave State, who hopes hy his own labor to support himself and raise his fam ily, has no chance of seeing any of them taught to read and write, in any just sense of the ex pression. I do mean to say that there are no public schools for such ; I do mean to say there are no libraries for such ; and I do mean to say that the life of a laboring man a purely labor ing man in the slave States is a life of degra dation, shutting out every hope of advance ment to himself or bis children, applause and I mean to say, my fellow-citizens, that because the free laborers understand tbis,that beautiful region of country constituting the southern States, is so sparsely populated, while here at the JTortb, population is already becoming too dense. You know the efforts that are requir ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 October 1856

Hinted in a comprehensive irianer. Stif !t to say, that the speeches Wefe suprrla good, and were received with the grcat , or and enthusiasm.. 't 20P' tni connty are beginning to roused to the importance of the ques t are to be decided this (all, and wo "- n everywhere discern a detenu ina v . it in hurling from power a party ' 258 than four years, brought our - - universal peace, harmony and : r the verge of civil war and de- ..uon. ... THE CANDIDATES FOE CONGBESS. As the election is near at hand, it might be well enough for the people to inquire how the candidates for Congress in this District stand on the- question of admitting new States with tree or slave constitutions. So lar as our can didate, Col. James S. Myers, is concerned, we have personal knowledge that he is opposed to the extension of slavery into territory conse crated to freedom, and is consequently in favor of making Kansas a free State. He is per fectly sound on this, as well as every other question, and as he is ...

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. — 1 October 1856

y ij J, 1111 TBI 1IF?1!S i " TERMS. . 4 ' The Jocksai. is published every Wednesday, at Os Dollar A5fi Firry Cejcts per annum io advance, or Two Dollars within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty cents per square, of twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to thoee who adrertiga by the year. Tha 'Term' will be strictly adhered to. Xo paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. "PVOOTOK J. S. LOVE, having located at Dr MJ Irsoin d- Hyman't Score, (Pine Swamp P. O.) Centre Co., rejpeetfolly tender hia professional err tecs to the publio. " u v- Refkresces. The Faculty of Jeflcrson Medical College, Phila. Dr. W. J. Wilson, Potter Mills. Centre Co. Dr. J. P. Wilson, Centre Hall, Centre Co. Dr. Jaa. Irwia and Dr. At. Stewart, Pine Swamp, Centre Co. - Ju1t9-3m. ITOR SALE. The undersigned will sell at pri . : rate tale, his farm, situate in Decatur tewn fhip, Clearfield c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 October 1856

-t BT-.S. B. ROW. Tn E BLOODY LAWS OF KANSAS. Freedom of speech and freedom of the Press rc guaranteed by the Constitution. The Lo cofoco leaders claim that they wish to sustain the Constitution. Below we give one of the acts of "the bloody code of Kansas." It in fringes upon both the above constitutional rights. And yet Mr. Buchanan and the De mocracy are bound to uphold these laws, which tho Aahonal Intelligencer says "are a disgrace to the country and its free institntions, and a greater invasion of public liberty than were the acts which brought the head of Charles I. to the block." The Administration have or dered the entire disposable force of the Army there, to aid "the Border Ruffians and Slaverv propagandists to enforce these laws at the point of the bayonet, and never to cease nntil the Free State Settlers are exterminated by the employment at once of all the power and vigor of the military and the Southern marau ders in that region. The following law was passed by the Bor...

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. — 8 October 1856

Tin x Jlnftsiniuis f onrnal. v.-. S. B. ROW. Editor asi Pbopiiietop.. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 8, 1S56. - People's national Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, JOIIX C. F II E M O X T, OP CALIFORNIA. TOR VICE PBESIDE5T,. W I LL I A 31 L. D A Y T O N , OP SEW JERSEY. Union State Ticket. CAXAL COMVISSTOSKR. THOMAS E. COCHRAX of York Co. AmiTOR GENERAL, llARWIN PHELPS, of Armstrong Co. SCBVEVOR KC.VERAL. BARTHOLOMEW LA PORTE, of Bradford Co. Union District Ticket. FOR COVCRF.SS, : JAMES S. MYERS, of Venango County. Asserutilv. JOHN BROOKS, of "Elk Coirnty. Union County Ticket. Prothonotary, THOMAS ROSS, of Pike Township. Associate Judses, ARTHUR BELL, of Bell Township. , Register and Recorder. JOHN ADAMS, of Boggs Township. Commissioner. WILLIAM W. CATHCART, of Pifco tp. Surveyor. . PETEPi LAMM, of riirard Township. Auditor. WILLIAM HOOVER, of Bradford Township. AWOBD IN SEASON. Freemen of Clearfield county ! This is the List piper that will reach you from this office before the October election, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 October 1856

?r '5"S .?-. THE HAFT I1W M, THE JOTJEML FEQPLE'S MASS MIITIIfc I-N CLEARFIELD BOROUGH, ON MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1856, (IX THE AFTERNOON.) -c. " " -'jKrvu, rrcei-rcss unci J- tree Kansas, who arc opposed to the election. Vrr n,e""' MAX CUA- "'V'"' al "e Uonrt House iu CLEAR-V-bh11 MOXDAVthe 20, 'J "J the afternoon. HON. CASSIUSM. CLAY OF KENTUCKY. will POSITIVELY be present to address the peo ple On that occasion, iw lliii muuili. i ' pointed in accordance with Mr. Clay sown arrange- vuitr spcaKcrs irom a distance, whose .u-.-s m ue announced hcreattcr, are expected to be present to also discuss the great, questions involved in the Presidential election. All are in vited to attend. Come one, come all. Friends of .cu..,u. in me constitution and the I n ion all who arc anrmspd tn Iks olnoiimi .e t. . 1 . . ... -w ...v i valuta AJUCIimi- n, who is pledged to continue the baneful policy F -U. ...... . & i t - ... .. ' - -jii-scui imuccue national AUumnstration all who desire to restore p...

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

-HI! eSt ft US TKRMS. " JocjtSAl. is published every Wednesday, i 0 Dollar asd Firtr Cissits per annum in advance, or Two Dollars wtthiD the year. Adverujementa inserted at fifty cents per square, of twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. A -liberal deduction made to those wbo advertise by the year. The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. " So paper discontinued without payment of ar rearage, unless at the option ot the publisher. FOR SALE. The undersigned will sell at pri vate sate, his farm, situate in Decatur town ship, Clearfield county, Pa., containing 106 acres, about 80 acres cleared, in good cultivation, good SEMadow, with a good house, log barn and orchard thereon ALSO, a tract of 400 acre in said town ship, with, a small improvement on it well tim bered, good water power for grist or saw mill, aad every appearance for coal. For terms apply to . Aug27-2 1IEXKY KKPHAKT. Jr. HO! FOR IOWA!! The undersigned, de sirous of going West, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 October 1856

-"r,. , M ! ... V V v ' BY S. B. BOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1856: VOL. 3-AT0. 0. '.rx id it n: ir 1 - in - p i ir it ' i if ,i r ill IVxiM) IM,A J)k 1 "MASON AND DIXON'S LINE." From the National Intelligencer. These are words which, it may well be said without poetry, have been for years past more familiar in men's mouth's than even the most distinguished of the gallant band who shed their blood with Prince Ilal on the memorable 'feast of Cnspian ; but we doubt whether one In ten thousand of those who have been in the habit of repeating them ever took the trouble of inquiring how they originated or what they meant. This was a task for the curious seeker Into musty records and the forgotten annals of our colonial history ; and the knowledge of them which has been recently unveiled is one of the happy results of the many Historical Societies scattered over our Union. Their learned and laborious researches have already illustrated many obscure passages in our early history...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 October 1856

in llafisntan's $0imial. S. D. UOW, EniTOit and Pboprjetoh. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 15, 1830. People's National Ticket. . ' FOR PB.ES1DBXT, .JOHN C. FREMONT, CP CALIFORNIA. TOR TICE PBESIDEXT, WILLIAM L. DAYTON, . OF SEW JERSEY. A LITTL2 PLAIN TALK. For some weeks p-st, politicians uncompro misingly opposed to Fremont, have Leon en deavoring to creatj the impression that, if tho Union State Ticket is carried in Pcnnsylva ria, the South "ill drop Buchanan, and unite on Fillmore. The Locofoco leaders, well sat isfied that the St.ite was lost to then), at once took up the same cry, evidently thinking that something was to be made ly encouraging this Idea. Their design is very apparent. A man with a grain of political sagacity can sjc that the object is to stimulate the hopes of the Fill more men, and by thus inducing them to stick to their candidate, prevent a union between them and tho Fremont men. But in it at all possible, under any circumstances, that Bu chanan will 'no dropped We th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 October 1856

TIIE JOURNAL. ree Press, jjyyp PEOPLE'S MASS MEETING. .- IX CLEARFIELD BOROUGH, ON MONDAY, OCT. 20, 1856, (IN TIIE AFTERNOON.) fTIlE friends of Free Speech. Free Tress and -I. Free Karsis. who are opposed to the election of James Buchanan, will meet iu 31 ASS CON VENTION, at the Court Haute in CLEAR FIELD BOROUGH, on MONDAY the 20th day of OCTOBER, in the afternoon. HON.CASSIUS M.CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. . WILL POSITIVELY EE PRESENT TO ADDRESS THE PEOPLE. HON. A. BURLING AMI. W. W. WISE. ESQ., JUDGE II ALE, S. LINN. ESQ., C.JEFFRIES, and others have been invited, and some of them re expected to be present. Come one, come all. Friends of Trecdom, of the Constitution and the Union all who are apposed to the election of James Buehan n, who is pledged to continue the baneful policy of the pretent iinbecilo National Administration all ho desire to restore peace to our country, to see Kansas a free State, and to aid in advancing th principles of Freedom, are urged to attend . CpREMEMBER ! the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 October 1856

u ;tWT TERMS. . Tna JoniSAL Is published every Wednesday, t Osb Dollar and Firrr Cbsts per annum in advance, or Two I Collars within the year. Advertisement inserted atfiftycenta pcraquare, of twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-fire cents for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. The Terms' will be strictly adhered to. ' -' No paper discontinued without payment of ar rearajrcs, unless at the option ot the publisher. FOR SALE. The undersigned will sell at pri vate sale, his farm, situate in Decatur town ship, Clearfield county, Pa,, containing 106 acres, about 80 acres cleared, in good cultivation, good ran ado w, with a good house, log barn and orchard thereon ALSO, a tract of 400 acres in said town ship, with a small improvement on it well tim bered, good water power for grist or saw mill, asd very appearance for coal, l or terms apply to Aog2i-2m UKXKrKEl'lIAUT, Jr. HO! FOR IOWA!! The undersigned, de sirous of going West, offe...

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