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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 March 1857

the iwtiTC wmmk 4 r h a m 1 i y r 1 5 -li 1 3 THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 11, 18o7. ' - STATE C05YE5T10N. The citizen of Pennsylvania who are opdo sed to tbe extension of Slavery and to the oth er eqilally obnoxious principles of the iucoin- Jng National Administration, as announced in the Cincinnati platform ; who are opposed to the union of church and State, the exclusion of the Bible from oar Common Schools, and io lavor oi protecting the ballot-box from the corrupt influences by which the will of the people -was def eated in the recent State and Presidential eleciioas, are requested to elect aeiegaies, equal in number to the present rep--resentation in the Senate and House of ReDre sentatives, to meet in the Hall of the House of .Representatives, at Harrisburg, on Tuesday the 25th day of March next, at 12 o'clock M.. to nominate candidates for Governor, Judge of uc supponeu at me ensuing October election David Taggart, Francis Jondan, S. P. M'Calniont, E. V. Dickey, C. E...

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 March 1857

i ii Ay EXCHAlV(iE proposed ITAsriD. To exchange good Brandy for a neat Cottage and Lot, in a desirable part of tbe city, auitabla for a amall family. -Tb abore appaard in a morning paper and fnrnishet a text for extensive comment and much reflection. Tbeae changes are going on daily, and not only are cottages and lots being exchanged for brandy, bnt farms, ranches, mi ning claims, fortunes, constitutions, reputa tions, and lives, are all daily being exchanged for brandy. We leave the reader to follow the Object in his own imagination and ask him to reflect." Pacific, San Francisco. -- Exchanges of the kind spoken of by our Cal ifornia cotemporary, are almost as common hereabouts as in the Golden State. There are hundreds of establishments along our streets, which are opened for and sustained by this bu siness. They are called CoflTee Houses, Sa loons, Restaurants, etc., but these names, like tho curtains and blinds which they keep over the windows and before the doors, are used to ...

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 March 1857

-;: - J v . VOL 3.-NO. 31. BY S; B. ROW. OLEABFIELD, PA.', WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1851 v i t CJCSHINE OF THE HEART. Oh ! don't ct sighing through the world, Thr'i sunshine all the way: . " IftomH bat do the acts that e'er Refleot tho blessad ray. It jlUtena In the grateful taar, That flowi for kindly deed, And quivers in the voice that aoba Iu thank, for help, in need. - It sparkles oft in radiant smiles, At to dm, tuned in the heart. . And guided over the page of life, With beams that ne'er depart. It dwelleth in the loving look - That answers to our own. And swelleth op a spring of joy, To selfish tasto unknown. It smooths the rugged ways of life, ' With carpet soft and light, ' Woven of conscience free from frowns, .. And impulse acted right. It cheers the darkest hour on earth Steclyunder sorrows deep ; ' " And even smiles above the path, . ' - That leads to dreamless steep. ' From the Boston True Flag. ITOAXING THE DOCTOR. Dr. Tallman was six feet two inches high, and proportiona...

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

u u THE flFf li IT X 3 X S i raftsman's mflmal. . S.B. BOW, Editor asd Proprietor.. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCII 18, 1857. Th "Vexed Qcestios." Since the deci sion of the U. S. Supreme Court in tbe Dred Scott ease," declaring the Missouri Compro mise unconstitutional, Sec, it Is a common re mark among Locofocos that as it is the law of the" land, it will haTe the effect of putting an end to the agitation of the slavery question. The intention may hare been to quiet it by a decision that not only upsets all the decisions of the State Courts, North and South, hut which Tirtually sets down as worthless the o pinions of the great and revered men of the nation who framed, passed "and supported the Compromise for over a quarter of a century after its enactment ; but, we are disposed to think, tbe"s:gns of the times" indicate the reverse that instead of allaying, tbe decision will revive agitation, and will have the effect of establishing a permanent party opposed to the extension of slavery. N...

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

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 18, F857. . STATE COHVEKTIOir. .The citizen of Pennsylvania who are oppo sed to tha 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 the union of church and State, the exclusion of the Bible from our Common Schools, and in fa?ot f protecting the ballot box from the corrupt influences by which the will of the peoplo was defeated in the recent State and I'rrkidcntial 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 House of Representatives, at rjarrisburg, on Wednesday th 25th day of 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. Harris, S. P. M Calmont, James J...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 March 1857

u u i'f - ADTImEJtI5T. BTATZ3SZ9T of Long Baa School, Borga Tp- 9 ? 5r 0 B g" 3 3 -5 B 1 5 ? 5J & r 2 1 1 1 12 2 11 8 12,2 1 8 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 8 2 2 1 8 1 a i 8 1 . 2 6 1 8 1 4 1 4 1 6 3 2 18 1 4 2 8 1 2 2 2 1 4 8 3 1 8 2 3 1 2 1111 3 1 3 2 1 2 12 11 2 3 8 3 1 3 3 13 1 -321 1 4 5 6 2 4 3 4 1 1 1 3 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 4 2 2 1 3 I 3 : 1 2 1 2 ' 1 Ximnof Pnptlv Josephine Thomas, M.' TV. Cross, Henrietta Shaw, ; " v II. E. Loop, ' Q.R.A. Odell, . . J. Henney, i - ; : -Louisa Shaw, k Jana Benny hoof, C'F. Shaw, Margaret Kephart,'; Catharine Kepbart, Mary Tnrner, Lavina Bennyhoof, ' M. T. Dixon, R. E. Dixon. '" Maics. Silas Tnrner, Edmund RoLison, James Heoney, TT. W. Robison, Zonas Tomer, J. D. Thomas, , T. B. VToodaide, J.L.Shaw, Levi Henney, Austin Heoney, G. S. Turner, "W. E. Dixon, J. G. RcHson, P. R. Cross, D. P. VTisor, Edward Lnraaflue, J. VT. Waple, Jared TTaple, , T. S. Cross, Simeon Cross, James Bash, Jacob Kepfcart, John Kephart, Lewis Tcrner, Levi Bennyhoof. Explasatios j In pr...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 March 1857

.TrBY-S.B.EOW. V0L,3.-"0. 32- CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, MAECH 25, 1857. i ,i -i glaffsmans f oitru-al CLEARFIELDPA ,MARCn 25, 1857. : Resickatiox of Got. Geaet. It is now a matter of undoubted fact that Gov. Geary, of Kansas, has threatened to resign unless de . cisive steps are immediately taken to sus tain him. He complains that President Pierce d;3 not sustain him as he had been led to be lieve he would, asserts that at least flity men were under oath, to assassinate him if bisofS : cial career did not please them, says that not one-half b.za Leen told about the outrages com mitted by the pro-slavery men. and thinks the adoption of a slavery constitution inevitable. Geary Is a Democrat, was appointed by Pierce, and his statements cannot therefore be pro nounced "Abolition lies." lie is the third Governor of-Kansas, and when this tact, his "political views, bis statements and those of his .predecessors about the condition 61 n flairs in the Territory, &c, are all considered...

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

I : BY 8. B. ROW. VOL. B.-W. 32. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1857. 1 i if 4 gaftsnmu-'s Journal. JCLEARFIELD,PA., MARCII 25, 1857. Resionatio.v of Got. Geart. It Is now a matter of undoubted fact that Gov. Geary, of Kansas, has threatened to resign unless de cisive steps are immediately taken to sus tain him. He complains that President Pierce did not sustain him as he had been led to be lle vo he would, asserts that at least fifty men trere under oath to assassinate him if li is offi cial career did not pleas them, says that not one-half has been told about the outrages com mitted by the pro-slavery men. and thinks the adoption of a Blavery constitution inevitable. Geary is a Democrat, was appointed by Pierce, and bis statements cannot therefore be pro nounced "Abolition lies." lie is the third Governor of Kansas, and when this fact, his political views, his statements and those of his predecessors about the condition of affairs in the Territory, &c.,are all consider...

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

U U i ! 9! f: i Si 1 ill! .SI III 11 i 1; . 3 iil SI"- TERNS." Tha JcnurAt it published errry Wednesday f 0x Dollax AifD FirtT Cswrt par ananas 1b drmaM, or Tiro Dox&Asa with !a tia year. AdymisemtBta Inserted at fifty oentsperaqaara, rf twaly. Hnaa, for tha first, aad twanty-fiye eenta tor mca addition! insertion- A libaraJ dedaeUon sad to thcsa wbo advertisa by tie year. " Thm 'Terms' will be striotly adhered to. So paper discontinued without payment of ar saarajfea, unless at tha option ot the publisher. P23r3STLVA3TIA ZAI1S0AD. Ob and after Monday. Feb. 23d. 1357. passenger trains will laara Tyrone statioa as follow : -: - : --Wert. . Eait Tart LJaa, 1.57 A. 31. 8.55 P. 31 Express, 8 23 A.M. S A. XL Mail, 6.21 P. M- 2 P. M. Cart your Bread upon, tht VTalert, for after many days ye shall find it. A Certain Cure for all Bieamatla Fain.' 0't COVEIUX BCI TUT IT, IT CA555T Fall,. E. C. ALLEY'S COVENTRATED , ELECTRIC PASTE, "ji-Tarash Pant EiTBaciOB. for as a boese. V1 Copyrignt s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 March 1857

u.u i i H 1 if- ? ii HI t j 3 TERMS. . Th Jttrsal it published every Wednesday Ojre Dollar AD I ii-tt Cssf b per annum in drench,' or Two Doll ah I within the year. Adv ertiiemente Inserted at fifty cents per square, f Iwelve lines, for the first, ,011 twenty-fire eenta for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to those who advertises by the year. - The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. No paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option of the publisher. , PEirasTLVAJTIA BAILBOAD. On and after Monday, Feb. 23d. 1357, passenger X trains will leave Tyrone station as follows : rr West. East- - Fat Xlne, 1.57 A. M. 8.55 P. M. rxoreas, . 8.23 A. Hf. 3 A.M. Mail, . . 6.21 P. M. "2 P. M. Cajt your 3rad npon the Water, for after many - days shull find it A Certain Care far all Kteamatio Pains. rox'l COXDEJIJf BCT TET IT, IT CASSOT FAIL. .. ,w E.C.ALLEN'S CONCENTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, AXS ARABIA PA1X EXTRACTOR. FOR MAX HOESB. Copyright stcurttt accordi...

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

M it. :JlV- tea lis m - m P 1.1 sifTffl'i flTl ft ; fir re re. re re t,i re . .1 v X BY S. B. ROW. VOL. &-?0. 33. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1857. If $1 u a ,ru unm urn erw- rm BY BEQOtBT. iur rmira souo or the last ekdman. The following poem a written by Rev. Wm. Hamilton, of the Otoe and Omaha Mis won. It la based upon the supposition that the aborigines of this country are t:.e rem nants of the lost ten tribes of Israel. Mr. Hamilton having been employed in the Indian mission service in Nebraska during the last fifteen years is as intimately acquainted with the interesting snbfict presented, as he is w ith the harmonious numbers in w hich it is exhibi ted to the reader. I heard, or seemed to Lear, a plaintive strain, As once I sat retired in some lone spot And list'.jng,thought I heard a voice complain, But much of what it said is now forgot, It seemed to be one mourning; hard his lot, And from all lov'd on earth was fur away Oppressed at heart.w ith feeble steps li...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 April 1857

u u the vwnmms 4mmn&i, a i, a hi J est y cvaiisman s 8. B. ROM', Editor asd Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA , APRIL 1, 1857. UNION STATS CONVENTION. Wo take up a largo portion of our paper to day with the proceedings of the American Republican State Convention which met at Harrisburg last week, and placed in nomina tion the following ticket : For Govornor Datid Wilmot, of Bradford county. For Supremo Judges James Veech, of Fa yette Co., and Josepu J. Lewis, of Chester. - For Caral Commissioner William Mill ward, of Philadelphia. We have only room to 83 that this Convcn tlon was ono of the largest ever held in Penn sylvania, nnd its deliberations attracted an un rtsnal degree of attention. The members of the Convention, both Americans and Re publicans, manifested a conciliatory disposi tion and a determination to harcioni3o and unite in battling ngsiust Locofocoism and its Roman Catholic allies. Three of the can didates placed in nomination have, we believe, heretofore been actively i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 April 1857

u THE JOURNAL CLBARFTELD, PA., APRIL 1, 1857. Ker. Mr. Ilarnden will preach in the Town Hall, In Clearfield, next Sabbath evening at candle lighting. C3"The communication read before the Cur uenaville and PiJ? township Teachers' Asso ciation by Jesso Broom all, is crowded out by the lengthy proceedings ot the Stnto Conven tion, but shall appear in our next. "Myrrha May" will receive attention as soon ss possible. - We must ask the indulgence of some other kind friends, whosn favors are before us. CosrEBEScE Appoixte3T3 Among the appointments of the Baltimore annual confer nce of the Methodist church for the ensuing year for " this district, we observe the follow ing: Presiding Elder, C. B. Tippett. New "Washington, Charles Clearer. Clearfield and Curwensville, Thomas Barnhart. Clearfield Circuit, E. W. Kirby. Sinnemaboning, B. P. King. Ridgway, to be supplied. Tnt River, Weatuer, &c. The Susque hanna bag for several days past been too low to run rafts with any degree of safety. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 April 1857

1 : TERMS. The JorKNIX Is published every Wednesday i Ore Loli.au ii Futt Cet per anauru in advance, or Two Dollars -within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty oents per square, f twelve lines, for tho first, and twenty-five oents for each additional lnrtion. A liberal deduction niada to those who advertise by the year. The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. Ku paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. PENW3TfLVANIA BAILROA.D. On and after Monday, Feb. 23d. 1807, passenger trains will lesvt Tyrone station as follows : West. East. Fast Lino, 1.57 A. M. 8.5 P. M Express, 8.23 A. M. 3 A.M. Mall, 6.21 P. M. 2 P. M. Cast your Br tad trpon the Waters, far alsr many days ye. shall find it. A Certain Cure for all Bheumatlo rains. 0'T COSDBMV BtT THT IT, IT CA5KOT TAIL E. C. ALLEN'S CONCENTRATED ELECTRIC PASTE, ASD AHA.BIA'S PAIS EXTRACTOR. FOR MAN A I10KSS. ' Copyright securc-l according to Law. SMAL-j JAR 50 CENTS, LARGE JAR SI. A11E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 April 1857

BY S. B. BOW." VOL. 3.-NO. 34. CLEAIMELD, PA., AVEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1857. Fr the "Journal." TO THE W.I N D S. ' BT HTRRH KAT. 1" roil us winds, but can y tell , WA4r u-f cam or xchtrt we dwell ? I) wild, wild winds, your awful toned careering Calces all the grandeur of this goul unfeariug ; Kouees a tempest of sublime emotion. Restless and heaving as the far-off ocean. Long have you slept but gloriously ye waken, Strong as the bill whose Brm bnso yo have shaken, 1'rouii as this soul, (but what is that to others.) Keck less and wild as the waves, thy brothers. Come ye ret nearer ! for your tread of thunder Wakens in mo no feelings of poor wonder. JIowl ye and shriek ! yourcrionof phrenxied mad Fill Die with joy, intoxicate wiih gladness, ness Tjko me, I prny yo t as a leaf, or blossom, Lift me and bear me on your heaving bosuni ; Lending tho impulse of your grandest passion, Mould ye my thoughts to a diviner fashion. fcage, forye're roused me from my silent slumbers ; In a now rythm ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 April 1857

1 TUB BkWTx Raftsman's Jfmtnial. S. B. ROW, Editor asd Pkopkietor. CI.EARFIEJLD, PA., APRIL 8. 1857. THE GUBEBNATOBIAL CONTEST. There can bo little doubt but that the politi cal canvass io Pennsylvania the present year will be warmly contested. Two setts of can didates for State offices are now in the field, and their several friends arc busily engaged advancing the claims of their favorites. Al though it was to hare been hoped that honora ble means alone would bo employed in the campaign, yet there is room to suspect that the same game of duplicity that was practiced Inst fall, will again be attempted this year in ltehalf of the Locofoco nominees. It has been plainly manifest for some time past that a few factious spirits, in a few localities, pretending to bo opponents of Locolocoism, would en deavor to create trouble, by playing into the hands of tho Democracy. Whilst pretending, however, as formerly, that they were anxious for a concentration of all the Opposition for ces upon o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 April 1857

THE JOURNAL. CLEAR F I ELDT PA APRIL S, 1S--.7. ToCoaEo.iDKSTi. A Raftsman,' Mose, and others Kill receive Attention a soon as possible.' ' Acctdsnt. On the 31st March, a small boy, on of the w idow Spachman, of Boggs town ship, was thrown off what it called a "flying T:orse," and had the bnse of his skull fractured. Be Med profusely at the ears and mouth. The professional services of Pr. Crouch, of Cur wensville, were called into requisition, but the lad's recovery Is considered doubtful. A Sxow Storm. On last Monday, tho Cth April, we had a regular old-fashioned snow storai. It "blow, snew and frit," and by noon th ground was covered with snow, the atmos phere was cold and chilly, and everything looked and felt like winter. Testcrday the snow nearly all disappeared, but the air was raw and disagreeable. CLIPPINGS AND SCRIBBLING?. QWe hare no rafting freshet here yet. The water is low in the river. C5Read the new advertisements in to-day's Journal. There are quite a number of them....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 April 1857

MU . ...-' ..Tits Mkwt mm& 8&tiiu .18 1 3 i i TERMS. Tba Jttbrai. Ii poblithed every Wednesday t Cn XoM.it avi Fifrr Ckmts per cnnntu in draoe, or Two PotLARS within the year. Advertisements Insetted atfiftyeents per square, rf twelve lines, for the llret, and twenty-live cents fur each additional Insertion. A liberal deduction made to tboM who advertise by the year. . The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. So paper discontinued without paynieot of ar reersgea, artless at the option ot the publisher. PENNSYLVANIA BAILROAD. On and after Monday, Feb. 23d, 1557, pasnngar trains will leave Tyroae station aa follows : West. East Fast Line, 1.57 A. M. fl 53 1. M. Express, 8.23 A. M. A.M. . Mall, 6.21 T. M. 2 P. M. PW.BAR K E T T, JUSTICE OF THE e PEACE, Luthorsburg, Clearfield county, Pa., trill attend promptly to all business entrusted to him. niar25-tf WEST BRANCH FIRE INSURANCE O OI PANY, LOCK H AVEN. CLINTON CO., PA. CAPITAL, S300,yno. Itlures Detached Buildings. Stores, Mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 April 1857

if BY S. B. ROW. VOL. 3HT0. 3d. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1857. on, cherish me. On i. efcerurit im, my loved one dear, The world it rtAi-n and oold : It freese np affection's faur, And smiles alone on gold. I've felt its rod, ebill, withering blast, its heartless, haughty frown They've o'er my soul a shadow cast, And woighad my spirit down. woman's heart was never mad To buffet lifo alone ; And woman true will seek the aid Of man to guide ber on. There's something in the world's cold scorn Which binds my heart to thee ; As some poor, lone, frail, trembling Tine, Clings to its sheltering tree. Then cherish me, my lorcd one dear, And do not deem me old ; The volumes in a woman's tear ' Were never wrote or told ! A PROFESSIONAL SCAR. BT AX OLD LAWYER. Tour kind letter, Harry, came duly to hand ; and you will bo surprised to learn that a care less question of yours will draw forth enough la answer to cover a sheet j "What caused thst scar on my temple 7" ft is a professional ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 April 1857

U U t IhI - ' . i i Si 1 5 1 : f N . V Baftan's mirn;u. sraan s S. B. ROW. EtToll AND TBOrBIETOK. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 15, 1857. AHE2ICAW BEPUBLICAX MEETING. "Te have been requested to state that an A mencan Republican meeting will be held in the Court House in Clearfield, on Wfosesdat Etbsiso op Mat Covet, (20th day.) More f peciflc notico will be given hereafter. .Should we fail to receive in due time a lot of paper which we have ordered but has been detained on the way, we will not issue a pa per next week. If our subscribers fail to re reive the Journal the coining week, they will know the reason for its non-appearance. A New Movemfxt. The "side-door" lead ers a set cf political gamblers who last fall, whilst pretending to oppose Buchanan, played into the hands of tho Locofocos sue now en gaged at a new game, by which they undoubt edly eipect to antagonize the Americans and iiopnblicaus and prevent a concentration of all the forces of the latter upon one set of candi dates. " ...

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