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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 November 1854

poplar long " JORDAN. NO. 2. Ob I cum to de city on a- pleasant artcrnoon, In de year, Fifty-three, I am sartin, '-- ? ' ' An whatever I did turn all de people sung a tune, An dey call it "On de odder side p' Jordan." CHORtrs : Wid a'pull off your ceal, an roll op your sleeve, Jordan's a lard road to travel, Pnll off jour coat, an roll np your sleeve, For to travel on de odder side o' Jordan. Just about a year ago, dere was a tunder gust ; When hung'ry old Cowshoot enm roarin, An he paid us a wisset for to raise a leetlo dust, An now spends it on tlo odder eide o' Jordan. Ah de gift-concerta dey am do greatest tings oblate, x speci oo aem you an naa neard on, Ti A X f T uiu you wauiyourgni, x m aieerdyou got to wait, vnaerauroaa, an steam boat, will take you mighty -v -. . --juunuunoerrymceransaDoardon, cheap, Then" SS' , - " ' Poor Mrs. Beacher Stow, she thinks herself so brave, Snfi Iff f hftr nwn tfAnnfw oiVArilin r.sl'ivna She went on too England Tor to seo dere White i.-v, For ...

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. — 15 November 1854

COME AND TAKE ME. Duvivier. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1854. NO. 20. YOL. 1. RAFTSMAS'S JOURNAL. Bex. Jones. Publishes. Per. tnnnm. (payable in advance.) 1 00 If paid within the year. 1 CO After the expiration of the year. 2 00 Xo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for. will be consider ed anew engagement. IT ISN'T ALL IN BRINGING TP. It isn't all in the ''bringing np," Let folks say what they will, To silver scour a pewter cup It will be pewter still. E'en he of old, wise Solomon, Who 6aid "train'up a child," If I mistake not, had a son Proved rattle-brained and wild. A man of mark, who fain would pass For lord of sea and land, May have the training of a son, And bring him up full grand : May give him 'all the wealth of love, Of college and of school, Yet, after all, may make no more Than just a decent fool. Another, raised by Penury Upon her bitter bread, Vhose road to knowledge ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 November 1854

1 121 D0!BIDMIiB '-It 53 THE RAFTSUAI'S JflffRIAL CLKARFIKLD, PA., Wednesday, November 15, 1854. TO OUR PATRONS. When the Journal was first established the subscription was fixed at the lowest possible sum for which the paper could be printed, and enable it to sustain itself, but the subsequent increase in the price of printing materials, la bor, and provisions, has rendered it absolute ly necessary to alter the terms from $1,00 to $150 per annum, in advance. This change has been made by the owners with regret, but, justice to the paper and to themselves required it. They never expected or desired to realize any profit from the mon ey they so freely and liberally invested, but only intended that the japcr should sustain itself. To do this, at the present high price of paper and every thing else used in the bu finess, would be impossible at the old rate of subscription. "We hope, therefore, our friends will see the necessity of the change, and co operate with ns to sustain the paper,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 November 1854

THE JOUENAL BUSINESS ITEMS. E7""Vho lias lust a cow? See advertisement t.f aa estray hy Mrs. Eliza Ikvis. DSIt is feared that the result of the Elec tion in New York lias proved unfavorable, but the result of an examination of J as. B. Ge a ham's solendid assortment of fall & winter goods at his store in Grahampton, will prove highly satisfactory. Call and try it. K7"Since the result of the election has secu red the satetvortnc country, our citizens can find time to devote their attention more exclu sively to business. To those desiring to pur chase goods, :virs. uliza irvin ec isoxs, oner desirable inducements at their new store in New Washington. U.lt win te seen that Uraham ana n at- sox have disolved partnership. The business will hereafter be carried on by James 15. Gra ham. K7"WTe presume most of our citizens reccol lect an estimable young man named J. B. Boone, formerly of this county, lie may now be found at the large and splendid Boot and Shoe House oCBokek, Brothers a ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 November 1854

! 9 ! .4 M m Si ' t ; -, i ' jj 11 u V 1 ) - ! 1 1 il jj; r i i -v-m I rr M. - I I !fl w l! .ij !'l lk f S 5 '1 i i '- r i-. it ; - 5' - ! All iH I 1 : : V. fi I v " " j V i s rJ if . i ; 11 n fj H l 'It- r 5optiInr long'. TIIE EDITOR'S SOJNG. , The Editor sita at his table, .Writing as well as he's able, Paragraph, leader, and puff ; His scissors beside him I ying, ........ While he in his agony trying, Of copy to furnish enough. Toil, toil, toil ! What a weary life is mine ! Wasting the precious midnight oil In leader., and column, and line ; j Working from morn till night, Working from night till morn. Oh ! why was the news-paper made, Or why was the editor born? Toil, toil, toil! And whose is the gain when done ? Whose are the trophies we achieve, . And for whom are the laurels won? To stand in the foremost rank Of every party fray: To share the toil, and only to get Abuse and neglect for pay ! Toil, toil, toil ! What a thankless task is ours ! To bake the bread and press the ch...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 November 1854

; i ft 4 i ! j . JS V0L.-1. OLEARFIELD, -.WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 22. 1854. i -. " NO. 21. ". '..'.'"'.."'l 'V : V ,"'.'tI," - '-' - - ' ' V,' " " " . ; COME AND TAKE ME. pcriTirn. ; '-'' . .? .: v.- : -.: ..- ;. . . . : 'i,- j!; . . :":.:r"' 5 " RAFTSMAN'S JOUR.VAL.' h .'.'. :s , Bas. JVwes, Pnbliaher : Per. annum. (payaM in advance.) -j t $1 60 . If paid within lh year, 2 00 . . No paper discontinued -until all arrearages are paii. . . - .-.; .'. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed anew engagement. '-"'"' ' ABSENCE. Lo! on the Susquehanna's gentle tide, - . , . The twilight linpjy-. on the billow's breast," It fondly hangs and fondly is caressed ; And weeps and blushes like a parting bride. Mark, how the gay and gladdened rirer glows ! . Now bank and ware and fondly bossemed idle Grow bright and beauteous in that glorious smile; And now 'tis past! The stream in darkness flows. to sets the smile of lore upon the tide ,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 November 1854

41 Vv if ,3 i s 2? n : i Vflfi BA?TSUAH S JODRDAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., Wednesday, November 22, 1854. ' ' : RAILROAD M EETINCJ.' ' " A meeting of the friends of the Tyrone and Clearfield Railroad, will be held in the Court Hons on Saturday evening next, to devise means for the promotion of the enterprise. : Bl ORbER Of THE BOARI. r ELECTION OF V. S. SENATOR. ' The time for the election : of United States Senator is fixed by law on the second Tuesday of February. It was formerly on the second Tuesday of January, but as that did not allow sufficient time for settling contested seats, and making other preliminary arrangements, the last Legislature ehanged the law, as above. TO "UPPER END" SUBSCRIBERS. "We were not aware, until a day or two since, that the Indiana Mail left Curwensville on Thursday, but were under the impression that it started out on Friday morning. Hence for sometime past we have been sending the packages for that route, on Thursday evening. We deem it proper to make this...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 November 1854

Uii Official Directory of Clearfield Connty. V:' ItSUENT JUDGE; " Hox Jaitxi Bcnjtn.' - - EellefofAe. - r-7-V;t associate judges-: ; ; .Hos. RiCai Shaw. , ' -' Clearfield. ., Hi. Joes P,Horr. , - - Lumber City. v.tKtOTHOXATORY: Ae.y 'WiLLIisr TliTEB.. - - - - Clearfield fli,' -' SHERIFF: . . ..WiluaVPowsll. - . - Clearfield. " ; .. . -r.JEPCTT SHERIFF : R. P. Wim, r Clearfield. i JAILOR: I HaRT &io-k, Clearfield. V y, COMMISSIONERS: ; , , Robert MtMArrxr. - - Bower. Samcci ScHorr. - - - --- Glen Hope , Paiur Havixxa. - - - - - - Pennfield. . , , . .: COMMISSIONER'S CLERK: : Oaonoa B. Gooolasoeb. - - Luthersburg ... . m ; i. TREASURER: : Jos McPRERSOit. ... Clearfield. ' T PROSECUTING ATTORNEY: L.' JacksoX Craws. Esq. - - Clearfield. ' COUNTY ,5 SURVEYOR: Thos. Ross, Esq.'-1 - Curwensville. AUDITORS: - Jeffries. . - - Clearfield. : ' - Luthersburg. - ' ' COUSTY Geo. W. Scnorr. -. C. Kramer. - -' J. II.. Sktler. - Arrival and Departure of the Mails at the " ' V1 Clearfield Pott-Of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 November 1854

i J . .'-t '4 I 'SI in ill m w w Ml IV- Mi .if; i I 1 1 : I-TMi'-l Y.UrZiinJ lV.'-I2f'iTKi ' t MOULY B RANI O AN , : ... 0ht Tnm dear, did ym niver hear of prettjy la troth, Bik'tm. shea.left me, and I'll nerer.be a ''i!,mn again; . -a f - i w . z y I Not a spot on my hide ' shall another summer tan v,;.:,' again. ; 4 r..-r--Since Molly has left me all alone for to die. " r ; - ' ! Och, ho leagh. : '1i''Ti,"'r;..5 '.? . : l . . . - . .? r Oh, the place where my heart was,' yon could eay . . , roll a turnip in, ' '. J '.' ., As big as any paving-tone from Duglin to the ' Peril's 'Olea, , --.i'. -,'- Och. if she wanted to take another, couldn't she " " give me mine back agah. v .. , . And not left me alone for to die. ?. . ' ' Och,' hoo leagh.' ' Oh, well do I remember, when" the winter time was past and gone, ' .,' . . " We wandered in the meadow, on a bright sunny -' " summer morn; ' ' "' ' I was the only man she ever loved, solemnly and truly sworn, But for all that she left me alo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 December 1854

-r v-. W Cta. w Li IxJf 3? ..... . . , . VOL: 1. CLEAR FIE LI), i WEDNESDAY,, DECEMBER: C. 11854 m. 22. ttiv rr-n ...i. .. 7Hl . : : , H Jri -k--- ' 'V- ,;.'"VrV -'I -7 i ' : 7 " 5 ' !,J ' -: COME AXD TAKE ME.-DCTiYtKR. - ; ;-:.: :L . ; -V;: - '" ' ' i S-!; 7 J Vv. ' ;rr"x-" . r .RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Bkn. Jokes. Publisher. . "Per. KuntLta, fprab!c in adrance,) ; , $1 50 If paid within th year, - 2 00 ' No paper dijaontinued until all arrearages arc paid. A failure to notify a diKor.tinnance at the. xpi- ratien of the term subscribed for, will be consider- od anew engagement. . . : I;' WAR. .. - . Thoa blood-eclipse of nations, darkHng o'er 1 Hopes that were lit by Heaven! Why comest thou j . When we are winning to the wan earth's brow The primal lmtre which its Eden wore? 'Tit not, that, wolf-like, thou wilt lap in blood; For man is Death's: but, from thy gory hand. ' Leashed Crime and Madness, 'gainst a shrieking Are loosod unto their revel. Not for good, laud, For virtue, nor for h...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 December 1854

A' ?I1J lAiTSHAS'S JBIEIAl. CLEARl'IELD, PA,,.. "Wednesday, December 6. 18f 4. . . RAIL, ROAD 3IEETING. "'" A meeting of the friends of the Tyrone and Clear CM Hi!roa4. will bo held at Tyrone City. Blair Coaoty, on Thursday the 11th of Jauary, 1855. The Books will be open to receive subscriptions of tock. - - ; - Br Order or the Board. , D3We do not desire to be .understood as endorsing the sentiments of the communica tion in. another column, entitled . "Fawning for Place." The mbtives'of the editor of the Telegraph, m&? ha as pure" sb those of our quondam Quaker friend himself, and we would recommend to him the . passage . "Judge not, that ye not judged.'! We do not doubt that he baa written his article with the best in tentions, yet we cannot coincide in all his strictures on friend Miller. Nevertheless the communication is well worthy a perusal, and contains some quaint ideas, that may prove beneficial to politicians generally. . ; BOOK TABLE. Hocsehold Wokds, for December, h...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 December 1854

u . - '-I' - V ' : W - , ' t '..,. , .:. .A . . i- . i i - ' m ' , ii :- j --...... tv : , -'.... i. ' I t j. t ' . - . . ,'5r3j3rcl)antg visiting ths city wilt Jo. well to call on Maetix, Mosp-kll & co., dualets in ndsl'TrfniiftiBg,. !CJmbs, Trashes and fancy goods, i'o 21. ixorth' Toiirtli', Street, where4'they will be OTdial!r received and Well treated. It is one f the best Hoascs in the city." - . 27?The; Know Xothing head quarters, in CarweiiariUcj are Open during the day to vis iters, ja.nl Jacob Derates, tha proprietor, is lwar -. rsady- to do every variety ol" Black mithtig in the best style and most durable manner. -Give hiiti a call. ... c The general complaint about hard times' shoul4 ic-tuce us to be cautious, and endeavor to purchase cheap and substantial goods. Thosj merchants who have this object in view, when laying in their sto'ck.tcill do well to cull at Pacl & T.tl6r"s Whole? ale-Boot, Shoe and Straw Goods "Thar ihoasj, Xc. 2 " Market St., Phii'a. - rX7"Th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 December 1854

hiiw i i i Tfrync a - t ; r MASSA'S IN TIIE COLD GROUND. I' Rocnd de mead ws am a ringing, ; ,. .. D darkies' mournful song. While da mocking-bird am singing, " " . Happy as de day am long ; . . ' Whar de ivy am a creeping, j J, ' O'er de grassy mound, "rar old mass am a sleeping, Sleeping in de cold, col J ground, r Chob.es Down inde cornfield, ' ' , , . . . Hear dat mournful sound, ,j All de darkies am a weeping,'" : " , Massa-'s in de cold,cold ground. , When de autumn leaves were falling, 1 When de days are cold, Twos hard to hear old massa calling, 'Case he was so weak and old ; 2tow de orange-tree am blooming ; On de sandy shore, - Now de summer days am coming, Massa neber calls no more. Down in de cornfield, Ac. Massa make de darkies love him, 'Case he was so kind. JJow dey sadly weep above him. Mourning as he leaves dem behind; I cannot work before to-morrow, . Bo many tear-drops flow, I try to drive away my sorrow, Picket ' on do old banjo. - . . Down in de cornfield, Ac - ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 December 1854

111 fiSiilii'M w JHf '.'v fcfl ', Lil? O . PI IS E O fen .-sisy t 1 in m in-.-' t i j l n if ;i ;n i ;. ' 'COME AND TAKfi ME. Dcvivier. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1-3, 1854. WO. 23- VOL. 1. 3 3 4 1 i4 J f !'. 1 3 RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. ,:- Has. Josks, Publisher. : . Jr. annum, (payab'e in advance,) 51 50 If paid within the year, ...... . 2 00. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. - , ' - . A failure to notify discontinuance at the expi Ta'ian of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed a new engaemnr. ' - ' ' " TI1E RAINY DAY. ,' SY tl. W.. LOS1FKLLOW. . , The da; in cold, and dark, and dreary, It rains, and the wind is never weary; The vine Hill clings to the niould'rin wall, And at ev'ry jcust the dosd leaves fall, And the day It dark and dreary. My life isecld. and dark, and dreary, It rains, and the wind is never weary ; My thoughts 3fill cjicg to the raould'ring past. And the hopes of my youth fall th isk on the blast. And the days are dark and dreary. Be ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 December 1854

f'.i-S -- 4 ,4 tt 5 J Til H A F T S M A BlSWMA L, -HjiSL. v ' fr r"ity "o are CQnstantiy meddling in -TSvferlfe '.otlreople'albusinessand ieglectbigihtir . f jgjf-r-ar J. ftS" 'OWfP Some ofjtheni tre lately taken under jKi""? ibelr special care tho?nciffls f""Ottr e'siab- ' whe,ver else fcey get together, in discussing 33 "'-- 2 " jf our affairs., calculating our expenses, estima- ----XT -1 ' . .ri .4. "WedTie!&-y, De?era)6-13. 18547 RAIL ROAD MEETIiN'G. ,:; icO A mi!ting of the friends of the Tyrone and Clear- retook.; i, 7 ,; ., rI :-w vORD 'TO 'OUR' FRIE'DS.!X ' '-exi wcclc fi (boifrf'ach wll afford an 6p- pbr 1 7t ar compcjkd to piircJ)ac".injwV"e hope ,there forc, that tUe.(;wiU call nait';v.eak, and render ua what assistance ,is, in their ;po;.ver. ,;This is not dHH-ffS: have, nothing to dun. for but a .simple re4iUSt,-wiich ye . boe ,vill ..be. com plied .vi;lijH.ri-' vi, T ,l'').':- i v: - DEPTTY SECRETARY' OF STATE. ; Est.; of Butler county Deputv Sectetarj" of the ".To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 December 1854

u u rTVTTTp VTATT-T JVTKpAvI D7ilerchants visiting t!w-:iTv4 .UrdMre-ll to call on Mart,, SroaKiojtn ; Hosiery, i rimiuug,' nonius, 'crajm-f- "' fancy ; eoois, 3flW2$ orCutVrfb'; wbertv. they will :be ! cordially .rcrceived ;and J well treated. It is one of the best Hons-. sin the city. -. .. , . -.- . . , ...... ''''TTlic'Kiiow .Soiling', head "quarters," ; in CunvewiUts, are tVdurins the day-to.."Yis-rtts.vMrii'; Jacob praics; the" prorri.?Tp"r;; is always ,re4y , to daeycry variety, of .EUck-smithiu"- in th Ivst style and most durable in;tiintvr. . Jirti.Liiaa caII-...,, .., 7The .general complaint aboot 'hard times' honM induce us to be cautious;'ahd endeavor to purchase cheap substantiaLgords,,A'os,s wvchatits who have tins object in view, when I.iying.in "their .stockwi1I do wtll !oc'airat"PAri & TavlkV "Wholesale Boot. Shoe, and Straw Goo-Ts Tji-irohnuo . Xo. 255.arke"t"t:,Piii,4 "'cyTlic best Toba'o estlihlishniexiti iuPhib? giklplM is that of Fkismlth &. BaoxasH.lUo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 13 December 1854

4Js in I! l , 1 1 1 ' f f! long. TOE DOWLD SOJER BOY- ; Oh, there's not a trade that's going, .., Worth showing or knowing, 1 Like that from glory grow inf. " For a bowld sojer boy ! ; " Where right or left we go;' '" Sure you know, friend or foe,' ' " Will have hand or toe, . ' ' Trom the bow Id sojer boy. . ... There's not a town we march thro' Bat ladies looking arch thro The window panes will sarch thro' The ranks to find their joy, . While op the street each girl yon meet, With look so sly, will cry. -My eye, Oh isn't he a darling, tha bowld sojer boy !" Bet when we get the rout, ' ' " ' How they pont and they shout, . While to the right about. Gees the bowld sojer bay. "T'is then that ladies fair, In despair tear their hair, But the divil a one I care. Says the bowld sojer boy : For the world is all before us, Where the landladies adore as, And ne'er refuse to sjore us, But chalk us up with joy. We taste her tap. we tear her aay, Oh, that's the chap for me." ssys she, "Oh, isn...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 December 1854

P1 IlJ liIilttl COMB AND TAKE ME Dovivier. - . YOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1854. NO. 24. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Br.s. Jones, Publisher, l'er. annum, (payable in advance,) SI 50 Jf paid withia the year, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are pai-i. A failure lo notify a discontinuance at the expi rees of the Urm subscribed for, will be consider ed ft new engagement. WHEN ARE WE HAPPY 1 "I i. not when gems diffuse their rays, When diamonds shed their light, When we on radiant beauty gaze, That sweetest joys uiiite'; TN not when regal pomp appears, With dignity replete, When all asar-like radience wears, lhat richest pleasures meet; Eal 'tis when friendship's brightest gleam Illumes life's dreary way, When deep affection warmest beam Dispels the wintry day; When kindred souls each other greet With undisguised delight, That all our dearest pleasures meet, Our fondest hopes grow bright. 'Tis not when philosophic lore With wonder chains the mind, When earth unloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 December 1854

IK w .5 Kl 111 Hi! mm n hp I) 2 ; 14 f''"U .l : . .. J , A- ".If' r-U 1 ts. ! HI mm I; pi Til 1A IT MII'S JOHSHAL. , CLE ARFIELD, PA . , Wednesday, December 20, 1854. JLITERAUY NOTICES. The School Jofkkal, for December has been received. It is a more than usually interesting number. This periodical -commends itself, not only to the teacher, but to the parent and guardian. Tho. II. Barrows, Editor, Lancas ter. - Terras, 1 per annum, in advance. "Graham's Saturday Mail," the first num ber of a new volume, comes to us very great ly improved. It is now one of the neatest and best of the city weeklies. We have received .he Address of the State Central Prohibatory Committee to the Legis lature, and regret our inability to lay it entire before our readers. It contains many valuable and interesting statistics, and is an able production. The 'Democratic Union,' has changed hands, Lauman & Co. having sold out to Jacob Zf.io iek, Esq., who will hereafter preside over its columns. 3Ir. Zeig...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 20 December 1854

J "fi 3 'J TJIE JOURNAL. DSMerchanta visiting the city, will Jo well to call on Martin, Mokrell & co., dealers in Hosiery, Trimmings, Combs, Brushes, and . fancy goods, No. 24 .North Fourth Street, where they will be cordially received and well treated. It is one of the best Houses in the city. KThe Know Nothing head quarters, in Curwensville, arc open during the day to vis iters, and Jacob Detiuck, the proprietor, is always ready to do every variety of Black suiitbinjr in the best style and most durable manner. Give Lima call. HThe general complaint about 'hard times' should induce us to be cautious, and endeavor to purchase cheap and substantial goods. Those merchants who have this object in vievr, when laying in their stock.willdowellto call at Pai l & Taylor's Wholesale Boot, Shoe and Straw Goods Wharcliouse, No. 2553Iarkct St., Phil'a. Cv"The best Tobacco establishment in Phil adelphia is that of Frismcth & Brotuer, 105 Third St., fire doors below Race. They keep ve...

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