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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 February 1857

M 1 W itw-ww ww nrw Alt: YOL. 3.-lT0. 26. BY S. B. EOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1857. 3 1 4 i if -'i rr 4. CHOICE POETHY. For tho 'RafUman's Journal." The following Hpcs are not altogether origi nal, but are in a great measure so. More than one half the lines are entirely new matter, and the others amended from a poem handed me by an aged man. This aged friend was inter ested in the verses lie handed me, but they seemed defective in various ways, and greatly wanting. In attempting to amend them, I hare produced almost a new poem. A I1YMX Or PKAISE TO GOD, FOR HIS GOOOSE&S IN HATCRE. INSCRIBED TO WM. TAQGART. 0 earth ! how beautiful thou art ! A thousand thin -3 to cheer the heart Spontaneous from thy bos-iu start, And draw our gouM abovo ; By day or night, where'er wo roam, The thinking heart is ne'er alone, We hold communion with thy own .Mysterious works of love. Cnr Father : thou alone hnst given All thirds in earth, nnd nir, and heaven : " Tfco jjlorioc ran,...

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. — 11 February 1857

tflsman's $mtrpl. 3r S. B. UOW, EblTUK AD PuOf RIETOK. CLEARFIELD, PA., FED. 11, 1857. A FEW WORDS ABOUT PAETIE3. As the time is raj idly approaching when an other important political cotest will come oil in this State, it may not be inappropriate to glance briefly at the condition of parties as they now stand. The Democracy last full in dulged in their nsnal boast of union cud har mony ; but to any man of ordinarily acute per ceptions it mnst have been plainly manifest that it was all mere show and pretence. It was only by the most extraordinary and al most superhuman efforts that the leaders suc ceeded in rallying their forces, and even then they would have failed of snccess'had not a pack of trading politicians managed to cre ate a dirersion in their favor in the ranks of the Opposition. The seeds of discord that the Democrats then prevented from bursting forth, have since developed themselves in the election cf a U. S. Senator, and the animosity and jealousy that is displayed by...

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. — 11 February 1857

THE JOURNAL, CLEARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 11, 1857. A Minna of the Clearfield County Bible Society will be held on Wednesday, February 25th, at 2 o'clock p. m., in the Commission ers otQce, for electing officers for said Society for the ensuing year. n. Lobai.v, Feb. 9, 1857. Prest. m. Horse ax Sleigh Stolen. On last Thurs day night, bay horse, new sleigh, and har ness, the whole worth about $1S0, were stolen from John Shaw, Sr., of Lawrence township, this county. Suspicions rest upon two men who had stopped at Mr. S.'s oa Thursday at noon. TTe hare understood that the horse and thief hare been traced to the Sinnamahoning region, on the way northward. Thk Mansion House We direct attention to the advertisement of Capt. D. M. Weaver, who Las taken the above named hotel, in this borough. Dan. makes a gentlemanly and obli ging landlord, and will doubtless keep an ex cellent house. A few days since, he invited Us to dine with him, and if the meal of which we then partook is to be taken as a...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 February 1857

THE C&mffl&f.'S i I f i f I - f 1 4 if ill I " "V- 7 k 1 : it! If f! ft? i 'I TERMS. Tk Jofuii. la published every Wednesday t Ox Doini iro Fiftt Ckxt per idsihi in dratse. or Two Dollaki within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty cents persjnare. of twelve- linea, for tha first, and twenty-five cents for each add itiooal insertion. A 1 iberal ded action made to those wbo advertise by the year. Tha 'Terras' will be strictly adhered to. Jo paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option of the publisher. Catt your Brevet t-pon the Water, for after many dzy ye. thall fi.ul it. A Certain Cure fir all Ehraraatic Paina. jws'r coyneifs ErT nir it, it cact tau.. E. C. ALLEN'S CONCENTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, PA15 EXTSACTOB. FOB MAS ft HORSE. Copyright acnrtH according Io Late. S3IAL- JAR 50 CENTS, LARGE JAR !. THE Electric Paste acta upon the Muscles Ten dena, and upon the whole nervous system, re moving torpidity and producing a healihy action cf the blo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 February 1857

.-. - . m i ,- ' - -, .,. ' i , ' . ' i - i -1 - ' " ' ' -v" -i i mi- VOL. 3 NO. 27. BY S. B. BOW,. , CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, EEBEUAEI 18, 1857. i t i i i ft TRUE FRIENDSHIP. Oh ! what happiness, what brightness, In life's charmiag scenes appear, When we meet kind words and actiotl, And we feo! they are sincere ; TVhen the smiles of friendship greet us, And we know that they are truo, What greater charm hath this fair world - To offer me or you ' TTith the beaming sky above as, And the lovely earth beneath, Wit h the mosic of the ocean.. And the flower-enamel'd heath ; 'With these beauteous scenes of Nature, What more cheering would you ask, Than the glance that speaks affection, From the heart without a mask? For pure truth Id such a jewel, Oh ! so precious and so rare, That it seems a spark from heaven Seldom Jent to mortal care ; When we meet it in earth's friendships, Let us prize its ho'.y mijrht, For it comes unto our spirits. Like an angel winged with light. BETTER TO GIV...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 February 1857

"t. v- ' - S. B. ROW, EDITOR asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 18, 1857. WHITHEE ABE WE TE3TDIJTG 1 This is a question that protrudes itself upon a as we peruse the many accounts of all man ner cf villainies, vices and roi:rler3 that are Tbeicg dily committed in differert sections of th UDited States. Judging from the unpre cedented number of murders, to say nothing of the less heinous offences, that are of such frequent occurrence that it is almost impossi ble to keep a record of them, wo cannot re frain from thinking that there is a most deplo rable lack of morality and virtue in our coun try. - "The world of Xew York," as that city has been called, has during the past three weeks been in a high state of excitement about I tha murder of Dr. Burdell, anl the Gotham- ltes must needs keep up such a constant and unremitting agitation of every circumstance connected with it, that they lave succeeded in attracting the attention of the whole country to it. The result has been thai th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 February 1857

THE JOUBNiVl. C LB A2 FIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 18, 1S57. Rbt. Mb. Hertoes, of the VJ. B. ia Christ, will preach ia the Town Ball ia Clearfield, oa tit Sabbath evening, tbs 22A lost. " Sr. Aaoaw' Chdkcii. Public worship, xnomiDg and night, next Lord's day, 22d inst. Subjects ot discourse : The postU't Tear. 2 he Saviour Mechanic. Bkt. STk. Baud will preach ia the Presby terian church In Clearfleld, this (Wednesday) evening-." On Saturday, the 21st, at 11 o'clock a. m., a congregational meeting, lor the pur pole of selecting a pastor, will be held in said church. . A general attendance is requested. A Meetixo of the Clearfleld County Bible Society will be held on Wednesday, February oth,. at 2 o'clock p. m., in the Commission ers office, f.r electing officers for said Society lor the ensuing year. II. Lobai.n, Feb. 9, 1857. Prest. "Karma-isf." The business of "rafting in" timber, as it is called, was commenced in this region in the early part of this week, in order to have raits in readin...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 February 1857

rr THE ill ril 3 c-t ch h 3 V !'! j; if! 13 j ft S. M Tbt Jocl. la published every Wednesday t 0b DoiAAK atb Pjrtr Cesti per annuia in i4a&. cr Isr Bollabs within the year- f twelve Hum, for ire, and .wenty-five cent for acb additional icrtioB. . A liberal deduction Ex!4 to tiieo who ad vert is by tie year. Tka -IanEs' will be jietly dieted to. . Jf o pPr dweoEtiraad without payment of ar rearage, oniera t the option ot tha publisher. Cf ywr Brae ttpon tk Wttttrt, for after mMttf " tf my a ihall ft ad it. t A Certain Care tzr all Efcramatic Fa:ra.. o t cospraa in nr it, rr c"ot tail,. , . . ' . E- C. AILE'8 COXCEXTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, ; AJr uimi ai riTCTo. ro ma bobse. - Copyright secvrtd mceordiz to Lmw. SMAL-. JAP. 50 CENTS, LARGE JAR 1. T HE Electric Paste acts upon the Muscles. Ten 1 docs, acd upoa the whole nervous system, re morif g torpidity and J rc-lucicg a fceailby action cf the blcoi. Ibere Leir.g no volatile natter in it compos iiion- it remain in action until it ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 February 1857

Wm ill If l k. A: k-.Ji A A i .. fr-j -it . J3 aLJ;tM r W VOL. 3.-W. 28. BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1857. smw urn m IVE WOT. Lots not, love not, ye hapless eons of clay, Hope' gayest wreaths are made of earthy flowers, Things that are made to fade, and fall away, Ere they have blossomed for a few ehort hours. Love not, love not the one you love may die. May perish from the gay and gladsome earth ; The silent stars, the blue and smiling eky. Bloom on their grave, as once upon their birth. Lore not, love not the one you love may change, The rosy lips may cease to smile on you, The kindly-beaming eye grow cold and chill The heart still warmly beat, yet not be true. Love not, love not oh ! warning vainly said, In present hours, as in years gone by Love throws a halo round the dear oue"s head, faultless, immortal till they change or die ! From the Ran Francisco Golden Era. THE TAJIBOURISE GIKL, . . A TALE OF SAX FRANCISCO. The rain was falling in torrents, and...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 February 1857

uu a m 3 3 I Jlaftsman's Journal. S. B. ROW, Editor asd Pboprietor. CLEATIFIELD, FA., FEB. 25, 185T. TJ2TI0JI STATE COXVEIITIOK. The following call of a State Convention -we find In the Hairisburg Telegraph ot Saturday, which, that journal states, had already been signed at that time by nearly all the members of the Legislature opposed to the present Na tional Administration ; but as several members wtre absent who are also favorable toihe call, its official publication was to hare been with held until Tuesday, (yesterday,) when it would appear with all the names appended : The citizen. of Pennsylvania who are oppo sed to the extension of Slavery and to the oth er equally obnoxious principles of the incom ing National Administration, as announced in the Cincinnati platform ; who are opposed to tbe union of church and State, the exclusion of the Bible from our Common Schools, and in favor of protecting the ballot box from the corrupt influences by which the will of the people was def...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 February 1857

4mm -TILE JOURNAL. CLBARFIELD, PA., FEBRUARY 25, 1857. Rer: Mr. Sflttwrfleld will preach In the Meth odist church in Curwensville, on next Sabbath morning,' at 10 'clock, A. M., at Centre church at 2 o'clock, P. M., and iu the Metho dist church in Clearfield, in tbe evening of the same day. - Raftko. Dnring the last few days, a num "ber of raffs hare passed this place for "the Is land," from whence they will be taken as soon as the wcr will permit. Yesterday the water was.at too low a stage to admit of aafo ran king. Last night some rain fell ; but did not produce a rafting flood. Prospects good for iiicro rain. Borough Election. At the election held in Clearfield Borough on lust Friday, the follow ing officers were elected : Burgess, Geo. D. Lanlcb ; Town Council, Wm. A. Wallace, O. P. "orrill, YTil. F. Irwin, John Troutman, D. Etzweiler : Constable, R. F. Ward, Sr. ; As sessor, Geo.W. Sackett ; Judge, David Litz j Inspectors, Thomas A. Wrigley, Joshua S. Johnson ; School Directors...

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. — 25 February 1857

u U Til 4 :? SI i 11 TERMS. Ta JorBSAL r published yery Wadae-day at Om Dollar ad Firr Cests per annum in advance, or Two Dollars within tha year. Advertisement inserted atfiftyoenta per aqnara, of twelve lin, for the first, and twenty-fire eenta for each additional insertion. A liberal dednetion mad to those who advertise by the year. The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. Ko paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. ; Cart your Bread upon the Waters, for after many days ye shall find it. A Cert aia Cure "for all Kheumatio Paim. iost cosrursx rt kt rr, it caxxot tail. ' Z. . E. C. ALLEN'S COXCEXTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, ASP ARABIAN PAIX EXTRACTOR, FOR MAX A HORSB. Copyright sccitrel according to Law. SMAL- JAR 50 CENTS, LARGE JAR 51. TIIEElectrio Paste acta upon the Muscles.Ten deus, and upon the wholo nervous system, re moving torpidity and producing healthy action of the blood. There being no volatile matter in its cunipcaition.it re...

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. — 4 March 1857

1 : VV' m - m '' - i . i - . i i . ' . - . i. i i i i .... - ii i i 11 i i i - ' ' BY S. B. EOW. vol. s.-m 20: CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857. . ' TIIE LONELY FLOWER-. Tn the bnk of a. woodland stream it grew ld wi:h iight and with silver dew ; Yet waa it life, or more, or less, Sustained by ita own soft loveliness. And the stream flowed on through a lonely dell, vl here the softened sunlight loved to dwell.; Wrapped iu a robe of forest trees. And lulled by the moan of the autumn breeze. And to it grew from day to day, A bauty and a mystery: Till, at the last, in ita sorrowful pride. It sickened, and faded, and droopod, and died. Cut the fnnlight came and smiled in tho wood, Acd still by the stream the dark trees stood ; And the stream itwlf flowed peacefully on, Though tho beautiful fiowcr of love was gone. BEGINNING LIFE, OR, EoUins Over with a Piotty Girl in a Stream of "Water. I riJA l!je by running, away from liome. Boileau, we are told, was driven into bis career by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 March 1857

TBI Mr?iit4ii 4Eim, Raftsman's Ijoimral. I i m .i i HI is pnbl .: S. B. ROW, Editor asd Proprietor. . CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 4, 1857. EEPEALOF THE KATUBALIZATIOIT LAWS. From an article with this heading, copied from one of our Locofoco exchanges, we take the following : ' "In the House of Representatives at Wash ington, there is a bill pending for the repeal of the naturalization laws, and requiring foreign Lorn residents of the United States to remain in the United States twenty-one years before acquiring any political rights. That bill is be fore the committee of the whole, and it re quires two-thirds to force it before the House. J.astweek, Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, - the man who was elected by the. Know Noth ings, during the bloody riot at Louisville, in Angust, ISoo, moved to suspend the rules, for the purpose of bringing that bill before the House on its passage ; and his motion receiv ed the votes of the following members. We invite close attention to the names : Southe...

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 March 1857

Til tJTiBWS THE JOUKML. . CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 4, 1857. - Moke TTwtek. Laat Friday night several inches of snow fell in this region. On Satur day it melted some; Sunday, however, was cold and blastery, and the weather has contin ued winterlike up to this time. c Look Oct f Some thieving rognes have recently been leaving their inark' about our town on several occasions. Oa last Saturday night the establishment of Thos. Robins was entered at one of the back windows.Lut wheth ert was dona with a felonious intent, or mere ly to sample Tommy's ale, is not certainly known. On the me night, several pieces of beef were stolen from the landlord of the Man sion IIouso. Firs is CcnwE.9viLLE. On last Thursday night, about 11 o'clock, a house belonging to Wax. Irvin,Esq., occupied by Rev. L. L. Still, was destroyed by fire. It seems that the fire originated in a cabinet shop, occupied by Mr. Joshua Baker, and then communicated itself to the house. Mr. Still's books, the clothes of Lis family, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 March 1857

: si 0 . For the "Raftsman's Journal. CHRIST IN THE STORM. "It Is I, be not afraid." Jems. ..How much easier it is to trust in human probabilities, than in the Divine promises. A christian woman, in a storm. TTben the lowering storm draws near, When mine eyes its blackness ee, " Then I will not yield to fear, t For my Satiour aays, 'tis he. - 2tt ns in the threat'ning storm, ' Jesus in the thundeY's voice, Jesus in the lightning's form, I Even in danger I'll rejoice. ' Yes, I hear the Saviour say. When the raging billows roar, I appoint the storm at sea, I will gnide-tbee safely o'er. Jesus, thou art ever near j - Savionr, thou art always kind ; And I won't give way to fear ; Thou canst see, though I am blind ; Thou art'rnighty, though I'm weak ; Thou wilt perfect all for ine ; In thee aU my good I seek, In thee all my good I "See. God, who worketh allin all, Works for gvod to my poor sonl ; Give the wine, or give the gall, All is right, I'll drink the whole. Sinking, then I'll heaf...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 March 1857

; BY S. B ROW VOL 3.-NO. 30. CLEARFIELD, PA WEDNESDAY; 3LARCH 11, 1857. ;CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 11, 1857. - r i . , PUBLIC MEETING. - ; A meeting of the citizens of Clearfield coun ty was held at the Court House, on "Wednes day crcning, March 4tb, 1807. lion. Alex akdkr Iavis was elected President, Hon. J. T. Leonard, Hon. Richard Shaw, John Patch In' James B. Graham, Hon. Win. L: Moore, Michael A. Frank and Ellis Irwin chosen as Tire Presidents, and Capt. George Walters, George W.Rhcems and Thos. J. McCuIlough, appointed Secretaries. The object of the meeting having been stated, on motion, Mr. Khccms was requested to read the proceedings of the meeting at Lock Haven of Feb. 21st. On motion, a committee of 13 were appointed to draft resolutions, &c. The President ap pointed L. J. Crans, John McPherson, John M. Cl.ase, Jos. Shaw, Col. H. D. Fatton, C. Z. McCuIlough, Samuel F. Arnold, Jas. For rest, Jas. II. Larrimer, Win. F. Irwin, John Barmoy, John F. Weaver and Samuel Mitch ell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 March 1857

u U Raftsman's Ifliirttal. S. B. KOW, Editor and Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCII 11, 1857. The Ix axgcratios the Message. We take up a considerable portion of our paper to-day with an account of the inauguration of James Buchanan and Lis Inaugural Address. Every one must at puce be struck with the pomp and bhow displayed at the inauguration, reminding one more of the ostentation and parade accom panying the coronation of some titled mon arch than of the plainness and simplicity of ceremony which formerly characterized the accession of our Presidents to office. It shows that there is a tendency to degenerate from ancient American integrity, and that the dig nity of the office is lost in the worship of the man, and in base subserviency to the party he represents. The inaugural address has the good quality of being short, and Mr. Buchanan states, in the outstart, that he will not be a candidate lor re-election, from which he would have us conclude that he has no inducement to stray...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 March 1857

U U Raftsman's Journal. S. B. ROW, Editor akd Proprietor. CLE Alt FIELD, PA., MARCH 11, 1857. , The I ArocRATio.tTUE Message. We take up a considerable portion of our paper to-day with an account of the inauguration of James Buchanan and his Inaugural Address. Every one must at ouce he struck with the pomp and show displayed at the inauguration, reminding one more of the ostentation and parade accom panying the coronation of some titled mon arch than of the plainness and simplicity of ceremony which formerly characterized the accession of our Presidents to office. It shows that there is a tendency to degenerate from ancient American integrity, and that the dig nity of the office is lost in the worship of the man, and in base subserviency to the party he represents. The inaugural address has the good quality of being short, and Mr. Buchanan states, in the outstart, that he will not be a candidate lor re-election, from which he would have us conclude that he has no indncement to stray...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 March 1857

- . . . . . r - 4- 7 -T H i' ?. THE JOURML. .CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 11, 18u7. ; STATE COSVElfTKm. ' The citizen!! of Pennsylvania who are oppo sed to the extension of Slavery and to the oth er equally obnoxious principles of the iuccm ing National Administration, as announced in the Cincinnati platform ; who are opposed to the union of church and State, the exclusion of the Bible from our Common Schools, and in favor of protecting the ballot-box from the corrupt influences by which the will of the people -was defeated in the recent State and Presidential elections, are requested to elect delegates, equal in number to the present rep resentation in the Senate and House of Repre sentatives, to meet in the Hall of the ITonse of Representatives, at Harrisburg, on Tuesday the 25th day ol March next, at 12 o'clock M., to nominate candidates for Governor, Judge of the Supreme Court and Canal Commissioner.to be supported at the ensuing October election. David Taggart, Francis Jondan, John R...

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