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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 27 January 1858

f f s '4 V- -1 1 THE' JOURNAL. ' CLEARFIELD, PA., JA2T. 27, 18-38. Toe Lumber Bcstsess. But little timber iiaa as yet been hauled to the river bank, in consequence of the scarcity.ofsnow, and un "Jess we 'should hare considerable' winfcr, be tween now and spring, oar eastern friends won't be bothered much with a . superabun dance of lumber this season, from Clearfield count. .. -r . J " . Proceedings or Cocrt. Court called on Monday, and remained in session until Friday night. Owing to the illness of his Honor, Judge Burnside, but little business was trans acted on Tuesday. In the Court of Common Pleas there were only two cause j tried, and they occupied near all the time the Court was la session, viz:"."';" James McMarrns vs." Frederick Fishel et al. This was an action of ejectment to recover 40 acres of land, which was part of land ptir- chased by FlfT. at Sheriff's sale as property of George Snyder. The defendants alleged that the land was embraced in a-purchase made by Uorabangh...

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. — 27 January 1858

uu J To Ae parent, of Eddie these lints are respectful Ij, dedicated, bt htbbha xatv - Little Eddio will not answer, lie hears not my anguished call, -v.- A dread silence hath, come o'er him, - A silence over all. - I hear no more his young foot-steps " Come lightly through the hall ; J His hat and feather hang unworn, Against the parlor wall. - " His little brothers quiet are, They miss him in their home ; And I, oh, how shall I stay here, I am so sad and lone . . . .1 I can aee him not nor hear him, ' Through all the long, lung day, , And when I lay me down at night, Ah, then too he's away. Away? O, tell me where that I - May find my much lov'd boy, lie's in that land where there is naught But life and peace and joy. There's another flashing crown put on .' Another cherub's brow, Another golden harp is struck There s another angel now. Curwensville, Pa. , (BbtiMltonal -pnrtment. Plus 170X1)3 the Best. The loss of sim ple English words in speech and writing is an- evil. Plain words...

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. — 3 February 1858

1' BI S. B.: EO. CLEARFIELD, PA.,- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, : 1858. VOL. 4.-ITO. 24. ta : 1 j c I'M TaiUKING OF THEE. When the wild winds are howling, .. How distant, how nigh, . And the storm king is growling,' ' " And clouds veil the sky ; , TThen the tempest is foaming : O'er ccean and lea, r My thoughts are not roaming ' ' ' I'm thinking of the ! When the mild gentle showers , . ' Distil from tho sky, . And tho bright blooming flowers - Delight the glad cyo r' :'- When the xepbyrs are playing 1 "!so blandly and free. - ; I ; My thoughts are not straying Im thitking of thee! Wben'tho beams of Aurora Are flooding the earth, - . . ,: With Morn's radiant glory, And day's jovial mirth ; "When the gay birds arc singing.. In innocent glco, As their clear tones are ringing, I'm thiaktng of thoo ! Wbea day's fading sky-light Wanes Blow from tho west, And the shadows of twilight Steal soft o'er, its breast ; When Luna is shimmering O'er land and o'er sea ' While tho bright stars are glimmer...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 February 1858

uu f i. hi I I! ft 3 it? 1 I 1 gaxmxnl 1 T j.- 1 asi - - :- a. - - - wv . B. ROW, KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 3, 1858. ."Wk are under renewed obligations to lion r J. L. Gillis, our member of Congress, and to Messrs. Souther. Wilcox and Brady of the Etate Legislature, for documents. !'- Uuaii Expedition .Advices from tho Utah Expedition to the 14th ult. Lave been received The troops were engaged making themselves comfortable for the winter, and were enjoying ' good health. Capt. Marcy, who had been sent to New Mexico for salt, had not yet returned : There was, however, a supply of salt on the "way from Fort Laramie. Grass and buflalo were plenty, and there was no snow to the east '. of Fort Laramie. , TnELECOiirTON Co:STiTUTio: reached Wash Ington on the SOth. It was to have been pre sented to Congress on Monday. The Presi dent has re-written his message, in a milder tone. lie is, however, determined to force . the Lecompton Constitution through Congress 'lie is sai...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 February 1858

(J 5 i if f ! THE 'JOURNAL T. CLEARFIELD, PA., TEB. 3, 1858." - GnocxD-IIoa Day. Yesterday was the no ted ."ground-bog day," on which, it ia said by those who are versed in the peculiar sci ence, if his lrce-soil porfcship comes forth from bis burrow and the sun shines so that, perchance, he should get a glimpse cf his shadow, he will retire again and refuse to show his swinish phiz for six wbjle weeks, during which time the weather is to continue very cold and, we suppose, mild, if he can't see bis shadow. We don't how it was elsewhere, but Old Sol persistently refused to send a sin gle ray into this "neck cf woods," and so. we expect the ground-hog tribe will be out fre quently, and bring us the best kind of weather. Scsqcehasxa Hotel. D. Johnston, former ly of tho Philipsbnrg Hotel, has taken the a bove named house, situate at the east end of Curwensville, and is now prepared to receive and accommodate customers. The house is entirely new, is large and commodions, end has welf fi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 February 1858

u u :'T ' ' .. J ..... ; A" . - " " mm mmwmmmmmmML, r n it - EDUCATION ITS F2IE2TD: THE BIBLE 'Ignorance Is a hideous monster. It casts a ; gloomy shadow over everything wherever it treads. It fosters the sickly plants of error, ; and casts down truth lifeless to the ground, i It withers every plant of genius upon which it " breathes ; but crouches low, or slinks away, at the approach of intelligence." Yet, strange to 'say7 there are many who embrace ignorance cs c though it were an angel of light. It is a no - torious truth, that there are many persons at 1 the present day who, notwithstanding the mul tiplicity of means afforded for the acquisition of knowledge, still content themselves tore main in woful ignorance ! deplorable, indeed t But this is not all. Besides being contented to remain in ignorance, they are almost inces santly busying themselves in trying to incul cate their warped opinions into the minds of ;thers. The field in which they generally la bor is one where a gre...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 February 1858

' u " ' "- ... i. ! . '. . i & '. , ; '"I T ; ; . 7 . ' TT7n i- T Tl ' . " ; ; ' - - - BY S. R ROW: ; rOLEARFlELD, PAViAyEDNESDAY; EEBItUAllY lO, 18-58. VOL. MO. 25. .' ft hr. 1 t i Yi Hi 'if . It $ 1 i 'I J'1 LOSS OTT THE DEATH 0? J. S. P. ' And art thou 50110, my darling toy,' . And left nic weeping here ? .. - -:. . 2fo 010219 in mine par is sweet, 5 Sinco no more thy voioo I hoar. Here so moro LI1 kus thy rosy chock, ' . a Nor see thy soft brown eyes, :' " Eat stilt I hopo Iyetmny meet 'oT; ' XI y iorcd one in the skies. ' ' ' ' : Look up, my soul, with eye of faith, And sec thy little ono,. .' With Him, who once so sweetly said, '" Znf little children come. "' ' ' ' '"Oh! thoso precious words are never felt, ' Fraught with so rich a worth, ; ' ' ' Cnttt some parent's cilled to lay ' ' ' A loved form in the earth. 1 CltarJUld,3na. 20,13i3. 1 - A TALE OF THE REVOLUTIOX. i . - . (Concluded from latl week.) . . r -'-t, ,- CUAPIERIV. . : ... ' For some tirao the British Captain ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 February 1858

uu f .. - Raftsman's $; 8. B. BOW, BDITOR ASP PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 10, 1858. IMPORTANT FROM WASHIKOTOff TH KARSAS COSTXST FlGHT BETWKK KeITT akd Grow Keitt kociid dows Eyekt- BOBT PITCHES IJf. The Kansas Battle was fairly commenced at Washington on last Friday. The struggle was opon the resolution of Mr. Harris, of Illinois, to refer the President's Message, with instruc tions, to a select committee of Thirteen. This the Speaker decided to be an amendment to a motion of Mr. Hughes, of Indiana, to refer the message to a committee without instruc tions. Mr. Harris accepted "the ruling and called for the previous question. Thereupon Mr. Clingman, of North Carolina, moved an adjournment. The Lecomptonites then com menced piling motion upon motion and called the Teas and Nays upon tbem, in order to rnnanme time and stave off action. The sin gular spectacle was presented of an Adminis tration warty in a Democratic House being forced to resort to every species of parliamen Pbf...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 February 1858

Tin; mwww&..timms&,, TIIE JOURNAL, CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 10, 1858. By diyino permission, the Rev. Mr. Stine, t the Central Pean'a Ev. Luth. Synod, will preach on Sunday, Feb. 14th, in the Lutheran Church in Clearfield, at 11 o'clock, a. m. ; and In the evening at early candle-lighting, in the Baptist Church, in Curwensville. On Thurs day erening, Feb. 18th, in Salem Church, at New Millport, and on Sunday, Feb. 2lat, in Luthersburg, at 11 o'clock, a. x., and in the erening. - February 10. Temper asce Mketixg. According to ad journment, tbe Washigtonian Temperance So ciety will hold a meeting on February 22d, at early candle lighting, in the Court House. Several addresses and good music may be ex pected on the occasion. The ladies and gen tlemen are invited to attend. - Feb. 10. G. Puilipp Gcelich, Pres't. Clearfield, Feb. 5th, 1858. Ma. Row: Dear Sir: Leaving-the discord ant elements of the County Town in the mid dle of Court-week, for the purer atmosphere of the country, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 February 1858

u u i - President's Megsage-wpnuu. - 1 .."Jit ' i,t the convention on the 21st Instant could not . be cot Juctcd without col lision and bloodshed." So intense was-the disloyal feeling among the enemies of the governraet established by. Congress, that an election whlth afforded them an opportunity, Jf in the majority, of making Kansas a free State, aecffding to their own profossed desire, could not be conducted without collision and bloodshed! . "f"r : '.' " ' Th rrnth in. that nn till the nresenl moment. tho enemies of the existing government still adhere to their Topeka revolutionary consti tution and government. The very first para graph ot the message of Governor Robinson? dated on the 7th December, to the Topeka Legislature now assembled at Lawrence, con tains an open defiance of the constitution and lawa f th United States. The Governor says: "The convention which framed the constitution at Topeka originated with the people of Kansas Territory. They have adop ted and ra.ith-d t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 February 1858

4 t : BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1858. VOL. 4 HO. 26. i (A HE'S COMING. , . The following, clipped from the Louisville Jour nal, is about aa sweet a little thing of the kind as we hare ever seeu : He's coming! the blushing rose Whispers it low to me, . And tho starlight hastens with It, Over the twilight sea. All trembling, the zephyrs tell me, On light winds hurrying past, And my own heart, quickly beating, Coming, coming at last. The soft-lipped waves of the ocean, Gathering at my feet, Breeze-borne from the coral islands, Murmur the secret sweet. There's not a dow-stoeped blossom, Or glistening orange tree, But furnish their leaves glee-laden, To breathe this joy to me. List! that is the sound of rowing Stealing along the air; I must gather round my temples The weight of this braided hair, And trust to the growing darkness, And evening shadows dim, . To hide with their wings the traces . Of tears I've shed for him. HE DID, AND THEN HE DIDN'T. James Smit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 February 1858

u u V I I i Raftsman's IfonnxaL S. B. ROW, EDITOR ASD PBUPWETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 17, 1853. . r'W'c were somewhat surprised, on read log the last number of the Clearfield Republi can, to find that the editors attempt to throw h l.iairiA of the recent "muss" in Congress DDon Mr. Grow. Political zeal may have in fluced tbem to make the statement tney did, and viewing it in that light, we may, perhaps, thank oor stars that Mr. Keitt is not convert -A p.i-;TTif info a martyr, for we know of Bone who are more commendably awake to the interests of their party, than our down-town neighbors. .Nearly all the accounts of the af fair alluded to, agree in thi owing the blame upon Mr. Kcilt,' except, perhaps, the one ori ginated by the X . T. Ilefald, a paper that is proverbial for its utter disregard of truth. It is no argument to say that Mr. Grow was out of his seat, tor it is a well-known fact that but few members were in their seats at the time some ware stretched out on sofas, some on...

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. — 17 February 1858

u a&rrs in THE 1 9 :- 5 i H .'(. THE JOUBML. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 17, 1858. Tzspehascz MrETiso. According to ad journment, the "Wttshigtoaun Temperance S eiety will lioli meeting on February 22d, at early candle lighting, in the Conrt llonse. Several addresses and good mo sic may be ex pecteifoa the occasion. Tho ladies and getj tlomen are invited to attend. Feb. 10. . G. Phelipp Gi ELien, Preset. ! Pise Corsrr. Application . is being made now to the Legislature for a new county to be called Pine, with the following boundaries: "To commence at the south-west corner of Huatgotacry township, Indiana county, thence north along the lines of Montgomery and Ca noe townships to the Jefferson county line j thence east alor.g said line to the north-east corner of Indiana county ; thence easterly in a straight line to the north-east corner of Chest township, ClearGeM coanty ; thence southerly to the north-east cotner of Chest township, in Cambria connty ; thence alorg the eastern and sou...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 February 1858

1 r 1- - - ' - -- (Bbntnfional Utpatimttrf. A Good Edtjcatios. There is much good Mnse in th articlo quoted below which we find without credit in one of our exchanges. Th. conrersationi of adults in the presence cf children has much influence upon the latter- ln school, sometimes exercising a most bane- j, :nflnen.. Wa olten near I iBiBuuucaiiuvii iuuuuiivv. adults boasting of certain iimart mischieTOUS acts of their school days, in the presence of Children, who are apt to take i for granted that it is something worthy to be boasted oi. For the most part these smart thiDgs are coin ed fabrication not a word of truth in them yet they may influence the child bearing them to a course of action which will do a life-iong Jnjury. Such follies should be corrected, and erery sensible person should rebuke them whenever opportunity offers. But read the following: ' "Parents generally are desirous of securing for' their children what they call a "good edu cation." This is a commendable manifes...

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. — 24 February 1858

BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAEY 24, 18-58. VOL..-T0. 27. 4 I UTTtE TniMGS. Po lamerLicg for each otaer ' Though small the help mar be; There's comfort oft in little things Far more than others see! ; It takes the sorrow from the eye, ' " It leaves the world less bare, If bat a friendly hand comet nigh, When friendly hand are rare ' Then cheer the heart which tolls each hoar, Yet "ads it hard to lire ; --And tboagh bat little's in oar power, " That little let us give. Te knew sot what the humblest hand, if earnest, may achieve , Cow disj a sod anxiety, A trifle may relieve : TFe reck not how the agd poor Drag on from day to day ; When e'en the little that they need Costs more than they can pay? Then cheer the heart that toils each hoar. Yet Sad it hard to live ! A ad thon;h bat little's in oar power That little let as give. niSTOUY OF MORMOMSH. We make the following extracts frem the speech of Mr. John Thompson of, this State, delivered ia the House ol Eepressctati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 February 1858

U U ait's lountal. 8. B. BOW, EDITOR ASP PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 21, 1858. , . rrAn unpreceaemeu ui 6"""; conduct, was pcrpetratea, in mo ". the Lecomptonites, last week, The uommit tee on Territories submitted three reports Tho majority, Messrs. Green, Jones, Sebastian and Fitzpatrick, had prepared a report m ia Tor of admitting Kansas under tho Lecomp ton constitution. Messrs. Collamer and Wade prepared a minority report, and Mr. Douglas a third, dissenting from the views enterxainea by the majority. Mr. Douglas had asked the majority to defer reporting until Monday, in- stead of Thursday, as previously agreed upon, etating as his reason for requesting tno post- ponement, that his wife was dangerously ill. They pledged themselves tuny ana aisuncuj iu - ... .1. .r . t i I the postponement, and as honorable gentlemen were bound to adhere to tne agreement, Tuesday evening, however, Mr. Douglas re- ceived a note trom Mr. Ureen, coony miorm- i Ing him that a majority of the c...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 February 1858

TJiE'JOTJRML CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 24, 1858. ' "Jf.OM.lB' received and will appear soon t "A. Y. M-On Monday the 22d inst., K. E. BFownTD, D. G. M., assisted , by a nnmLec of visiting brethren, organized Clearfield Lodge 'No.311 A. Y. M.t of which Tbos. Barnbart is W, SI., S. B. Row S. TV.,' John McGaoghey J . WirJonn Patton, Tr., and R. J . Wallace, Sec. A very pleasant incident' transpired in con nection with the visit of the members of the fraternity from abroad. On Tuesday, tho members of the lodge accompanied tho D. D G.'M. and" visiting brothers to Curwensville, where they partook of an excellent dinner, at the hotel of Isaac Bloom, which the liberality of Gcn.Patton had prepared. Just before di- i ning, the Curwensville Saxo-Ilorn Band, who :' made a very fine appearance presented tbem- selves, and relayed a number of spirited and elegant pieces, for which they were deserved ly pnmnlimKniid . lv D. D. G. M.Brown, in a lew neat and appropriate remarks. After din " ner the .ban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 February 1858

u u tlr i I - ; ' ( !. I,? if f- if iflf n ill it- l i I i !! I f 4 (Etoaiional Depnrlmtni : n7The Ancients, who were far advanced In til that appertains to mental culture, we are led to believe appreciated education properly. II wo bad no other evidence, their maxims a lone would clearly show that some of them, at least, .had a correct apprehension of the im portance and advantage of Education. . Plato said "It is better to be unborn than untaught; lor ignorance is the roof of misfortune." There is much truth embraced in these' few words, it they, mayhap, lack the attribute of poetry: ''Learning is an ornament in pros perity, a refuge hi adversity, and the best pro vision in old age," was a saying of Aristotle, and one tha: will doubtless gain the sanction of every intelligent individual who reads it or hears it. It ceitainly is learning that gives polish, and easo, and interest to man in the days of his prosperity ; we can look around ns and Gnd abundant examples of its incalcu la...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 March 1858

' VOL. 4 INTO. 28. BY S. B. ROW CLEARFIELD, PA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1858. - - I J 3! s i -4 It ; - WHISPER A BLESSING FOR ME. The shadows of twilight are creeping, ' ; Soft overlie brightness of day, . . v The flowers of the wild wood are weeping,- Farewell to the sun's parting ray r. : ; My spirit is wandering to thee, love, . In visions all gloriously bright ! ;Then whisper blessing for me, lore, ! o A blessing, a kiss and good night ? ' " 'Id heaven now the puro stars are smiling, --' Like angel eyes watching me here, . 'And music that lone heart beguiling, ' v Steels gently and low on my ear ! .. ily spirit is smiling on thee. love. -. And murmuring a song of delight!; Then whisper a blessing for me love, A blessing, a kiss ard good-night. . Young voices in earnest tones blending, .'. t -. Rise clear through tho still opening air, And angels their pinions are bending, . To catch the low breathing of prayer! My spirit 19 praying for thee Tore. lleareo clothes all thy pathway in li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 3 March 1858

t i 8 t if 1 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCIT. 3, 1858. As Important Btti.-Mr. I ill, tbe mem ber from Franklin, read ' in his place in the SUte Legislature, on last Thursday, a very important bill, entitled "An act relating to the online tinn of taxes in the several counties of the State." The first section provides that the Commissioners of every county shall cause their clerk to make out the tax duplicates nu mediately after the assessments are made, cer tify the same, and hand them over to the boun ty Treasurer. The second section makes it the duty of such County Treasurer, within thirty days after such receipt of duplicates, to give at least thirty days notice in one or more weeklv newspapers, stating that he will attend at least two days in each township and borough, previous to the first day of August in each year, for the purpose of receiving the taxes due bv each person residing in said town ship; if such person pay the taxes before the first dav of...

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