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

7c THE JOUBML. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH. 3, 1858. Letting Buii.ii3a Tax. The following let ters, in relation to a decision made recently In cur County court, in .which Judge Burnside held that School Directors had no authority under tho law to levy a special tax for build ing purposes, wUl be read witfi interest t . Bkllefonte, 12. Feb.. 1858. Chns. Cadwalader, Esq : Dear Sir : I had repeatedly instructed Boards of School Direc tors to collect a building ta, in addition to the school tax, and regarded that as the law, .while Superintendent of Common Schools. . 1 understand the present Superintendent pla ces the same construction on tho law, and I haj- enclosed him your letter. I never doubt ed that such was the reasonable construction f the school . law, and I do not Jthink yon thould acquiesce in the decision of the Court. - . Tours,- A. G. Ccrtis. Department oj Common Schools, ' Harrisburg, Feb. 15, 1858. J Dear Sir : Your letter of the 2nd inst. to Col. Curtin, has been forwarded b...

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. — 3 March 1858

u u I r THE MFTSi ! f- &1 (Ebntational Dtp ariratnt Pissstxtasla Comox Schools- The Sa perintendaai of the Cosmoa Schools of the State ia his annual report to the Legislature, shews that there axe 10,956 public schools ia tlse State, exclusive of the city of Pbitadel phsx, nhich is under x different superinten dence. They hav bee a opened, during the year oa an average v nonths and thirteen days. The popHs attending these schools j number 541,248 ; including Philadelphia, the ' number is .30,008. This mniiber is, howev r, believed to be considerably bfclow the act ual attendance. lathe State, there are 5,060 wailing for admission into schools, fir want of adequate school accommodations. In Phila delphia, LtaneroBs as o-r schools are, there are, besides, 4,SC3 applicants Trailing for ad mission. Some townships have neTer put public schools ia operation at alls and it is be lieved that there are now in the State 25,752 children not enjoying the pri vilege of common schools. Includ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 March 1858

u BY S. 15. ROW. SPEAK XO ILL. Kay speak no ill I a kindly word Can never leave a sting behind, And, oh, to breathe each tale we re heard, Is far beneath a noble mind, Full oft a better seed is sown By choosing thus the kinder plan, lor if but little good be known, . Still let as epeuk the good we can. Give me the heart that fain would hide, Would fain another's faults efface ; How can it pleasure human pride To prove humanity but base? No ! let us reach a "higher inodo, . A nobler estimate of man ; But earliest in the search of good, And speak of all the best we cAn. Then apeak no ill but lenient bo To all other's failings as your own; If you're the first a fault to see, Be not the first to make it known, For life is but a. passive day ; No lip may tell how brief its span; Then, oh,4he little time we stay, Let's speak of all the best we can. TnL POT OF COLD: OR TUE WIDOW'S STRATAGEM. Deacon Bancroft, though a very good man In the main, and looked up to with respect bv all tbe inhab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 March 1858

uu V . n if m Raftsman's loimral. .If 41 m fig S. B. BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCII 10, 1858. ' Democratic State Convestiox. The State Convention of tho Democracy of Pennsylva nia assembled at Harrisbnrg on last Thursday the 4th inst., and continued in session until Friday night. Thero was a good deal of blus tering and storming. The Bucliananites had, however, managed matters so as to have a de cisive majority of the "members of the Con vention, by the hydropathic process of "pack ing," and thus threw a damper over the pros ' pects of the Douglas or Anti-Lecomption fac tion. A committee on resolutions was ap pointed on the first day and reported a series endorsing Buchanan, Lccompton & Co., inclu ding "our own Bigler," as well as "soft-sod-dering" Gov. Packer. At the same time, W. A.Stokes, Esq., an able representative of the "Westmoreland Democracy, presented another set of resolutions, which were strongly A nti Lecompton, and which disapproved of the cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 10 March 1858

the mvtmmm mmmm THE JOUBML. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 10, 1858. tTSunday next, 14th inst., Rev. Dr. Mc Lr.od will supply the Pulpit of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Clearfield, morning and evening, Rer. Mr. Barnliart being absent. Fist Cocsti. We see published in the In diana papers the proceedings of a meeting of the friends of Pine county, held at the Cherry Tree on the 20th ult., at which John Mahaffey presided. A compromise, by which the boun daries were enlarged so as to take in Edmund Williams in Ferguson township, this county, and thence to the mouth cf Witmcr's run on Clearfield creek, and thence fc the north-east corner of Chest Tp. in Cambria county, was greecl upon. A report was also adopted, set ting forth the inconveniences the people of that region suffer, and the advantages to be gained by the formation of a new county. It does seem unjust that a portion of the citizens of our county should be compelled to travel nearly forty miles to reach the county scat. The count...

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

u u i s ; j 4f If! i' 1 m I I I! THE JOURNAL, i CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 10, 1858. C0HMC5ICATE0. ' RIDING OS TIIE SNOW. Ye gentlemen and ladies, who live in Southern climes, Dow little do yon think npon the joya of sleighing times. Tonr summer's hot as Tophet your winters ott, yon know ; , So you never taste the pleasures of riding on the snow. The bracing winds of winter, you're never made to feel, When they penetrate the iorests, and o'er the uicituuni ski But long and weary lassitude oppress you as For you're strangers to tho pleasures of riding on me suvn. Prom Summer's fiery ordeal, yon'ro glad to find retreat, While winter brings you nothing else than water, inn J or sleet : But here, in merry SlearSeld, 'tis not precise ly SOt . For we spend the live-long winr in riding on the snow. As soon as old king Boreas gets seated on his throne. Our lads begin to buckle up, and think of leav ing home ; But far from being selfish when they design to eo. They always take the ladies when th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 March 1858

: " ptiii! ' - " ' ' " ' - QJy BI S. B. KOV, TniSKOFME. When pleasure's cop is sparkling high, When friends around thee throng; Whan hearts are light with play of mirth, And lighter wakes the song ; When counting o'er thy many joys, Recalled by memory, If 'twill not dim the pleasure then, t)h, give one thought to me. At dawn, when first Aurora's light Reflects o'er hill and dale, And gilds the dew-washed lily's head, ,' That sleeps within the Tale; When first the lark shall plume his wing, -And soar from bondage free, To warble forth some merry notes, Then give one thought to me. And when the shades of evening are Fast falling info night An hour that seems well made for thought And quiet is delight; At midnight's deep and solemn hour, When on thy bended knee, Thy hands upraised to Heaven in prayjr, Oh, then, injx think of me ! If 1 could claim the richest gem, ' That now lies in the sea, I'd rather far than have that pearl, Have one kind thought from thee ; ' If all the joys of this...

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

Til liFrteMf ! 4t!i!M, 8. B. BOW, EDITOR ASI PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH IT, 1858. The Issue. The late Democratic State Con vention, in the resolutions adopted, have pre sented the issue upon which they are willing to stake their success. That convention has declared that the Democracy of Pennsylvania coincide with President Buchanan, in his en dorsement of the Lecompton Constitution, and his attempt to suppress the will of the major ity. For what proportion of the party that body speaks, we will not pretend to say ; but certainly such men as have expressed their disapprobation of the Lecompton swindle will not stultify themselves by endorsing, either by word or deed, the position assumed by the Ilamsburg Convention that is, if they are honest and sincere in their professions. The friends of Lecompton displayed considerable shrewdness in the management of the Conven tion. "When the Anti-Lecomptonites proposed to make the nominations first, the Buchanan- ites objected and cont...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 March 1858

u -c il r 1 r i 1 THE JOURNAL, CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCII 17, 1858. "We direct attention to the advertisement of George Shnlize, who has opened a new Boot and Shoe Shop on Main Street, opposite the jail, Clearfield Borough. Break Up. For some three or four rlav past the weather has been very moderate here ana nnaiiy, on yesterday, there was a general Dressing up oi tne ice on the river and creek -Kafting-in,"as the process of constrnctin-T rafts is termed, will doubtless commence im- - mediately, and if the water rises a little more, and keeps up, in the course of a few days we expect to see raits descending the river. Lumber Trade. It appears that an enor mous amount of lumber has been hauled out, and prepared for market, during the past few weeks; and, as the people in the lumber re- fc.u UiC ouucmig ironi a ugntness in the mon ey market, it is presumed that all the lumber on i. in jmi tutu iiiarnei at almost any price.. We copy the above item from the Middle town Journal, of the 11t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 17 March 1858

t AMUSKG POEM. , "It Is a good thing to laugh, at any rate; and if a atraw can tickle a man, it is an instru ment of happiness. : Beasts can weep when they. snSer, bnt they cannot laugh." Thus wrote Dryden, and , being fully of tho opinion that it is our peculiar privilege as intelligent beings, to laugh not simply with a hall-sup- I pressed titter, but with a hearty and startling ha ! ha! ha! we shall introduce the following, which we are certain but few of our readers have seen,while at the same time St is unrival IaA ftTur.imen of condensed humor. We regret that the author's name Is not on record. REFLECTIONS OS MCHVISO A COPT OF MY FIRST POEM IS FRIST An I here it is ! I'm famous now An author and a poet ; It really is in print ! ye gods ! How proud I'll be to show it. And gentle Anna ! What a thrill ; Wilt animate her breast, To read these ardent lines and know To whom they are addressed. :' Why, bless my soul '.here's something strange, What can the paper mean, ' By talking of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 24 March 1858

u VOL. 4.-JVO. 31. BT S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1858. ( ANGRY WORDS. Poison drops of care and sorrow, I5itter poison drops arejthey ; J Weaving for tho coming morrow, Sad memorials of to-day. Angry words ! O, luA them never . ' From the tongne forbidden slip; May the heart's best impulse ever . Check them ere they soil the lip. ADVENTURES OF A BASIIFUL ENG LISHMAN. A3 RELATED BT HI1ISELF. I labor under a species of distress which I fear will at length drive ine utterly from that society In which I am most ambitious to ap pear ; but I will givo you the history of my or igin and present situation, by which you will be enabled to judge of my difficulties. My father was a farmer of no great proper ty, and with no other learning but what he ac quired at a charity school ; but, my mother being dead, and I an only child, he determined to give me that advantage which he fancied would have made me happy, viz : a learned ed-1 tication. I was sent to a country grammar sch...

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

u u i if ii I '- f . i ii (i Raftsman's onrnaI. 8. B. ROW, EOITOB AND PBOPK1ETOS. CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 21, 1858. The Post OrricE Depahtmest. The report of the financial operations of bur postal sys tem for the year ending with last June, brought 'out by the 'enquiries at the Post Office De partment of the Committee" on Ways' and Means of the Douse of Representatives, at "Washington, is-a very interesting table of sta tistics. The following is a brief, though coin prehensivc, abstract of it -."The entire . re ceipts of the year from all the States and j.er ritories amounted to $8,070,367 81, of which $0,378,198 87 were from the free States and Territories, and only S1,C32,1C8 91 from the slave States. The gross expenditures amoun ted to $9,881,042 22, including transportation salaries, and the immediate expenses of the various offices. Of this amount S4,131,7G2 12 accrued in the slave States, and 55,733,180 10 in the free States and Territories. The total deficit for the year amoun...

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. — 24 March 1858

I i TEE JOURNAL CLEARFIELD, PA., MARCH 24, 1858. By Divine permission, the Rev. Mr. Stine will preach in the Lutheran Church in this place, on Sunday, April 4th, at 11 o'clock in the morning ; and in the evening at Curwena Ville, ia the Baptist Church. CLIPPINGS AND SCRIBSLINGS. XxTOS Parry's whiskers. Cyimproving the roads. 0Coming on moving time. J"j?"Low the rafting fever. IjfDitto our pile of 'shiners." liFOn hand a lot of Bacon, at Irvin's. T"StiIl sick Judge Douglas, in Washington. CSTExciting to see a man fighting by himself. tVEmpty the Treasury of the State of Texas. . t sKaging the equinoxial storm, for several -days past. -. . , . J!?Aequitted Cul. Sumner, by the Court-mar-. tiol at Carlisle. f'Contradicted the report that Gen. Cass in tends to retiro from the Cabinet. ttrArrivcd a delegation of Sioux Indians, 'from Minnesota, at Washington city. JTi?Quill a thing taken from the pinions of a goose to spread the o-pinions of another. ' ryDrammc:! out of the service a thiev...

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

u u the mmmmmmmmm,, I. if ii .n I ! ) J j 'r - 1 H , TERMS. ; The Jouesai. is published every Wednesday at Ose Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum in advance, or Tiro Dollars within the year. Advertisements inserted at fifty cents per squares of twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year.- The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. 2o paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Pres't Judge Hon. James Burnside,Bellcfonte.Pa. As"te. Judges Hon.Wm. L.Moore, Clearfield. llon.Benfn. Bonsall, Luthersburg. Sheriff. ... Josiab R. Reed, . . Clearfield . Frothonotary, George Walters,' . . - Reg. A Rec- . James Wrigley, ' . u Treasurer. . , John MoPherson, . . - . " Co. Surveyor, John L. Cuttle, . . " ,Commias1n"rs, Jacob Wilhelm, '. . Grahamton. i ' John Irwin. Sr. . ' . Clearfield. George Earhard,- . . NewMillport. Auditors. . . Franci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 April 1858

r f VOL. l-m 32. BI S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1858. C ' For the Raftsman's Journal. HAST T II O IT EVERT BT UCSTICV 3. HasMhou ever sat and listened. In'the evening hast thou ever To the murmuring of the waters Of a pebble-bedded river? Wast thou on its green bank seated, Yielding to the magic powers Of the softly-breathing zephyrs And the dew-dis:bling flowers? Was it close beneath a broad. oak, By the waters firmly planted ? And didst hear tho evening carols Of the birds in sweetness. chanted ? iTere the gathering evening shadow t kinping in fantas'.ic danue3 O'er the waters, at the flowers Casting silent furtive glances? Did the pretty evening Cowers Hang their heads in modest blushes, Aa tho icpbyrs. lingering, kissed them, And sighed off among the bushes? Came the strains of evening tnusio lowu along tbo murmuring water, Like the music of the daisies. Or their laughter-loving daughter? Hast thou ever thus been seated Fy a pebble-bedded river. With a. nymph ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 April 1858

U U Raftsman's 'JfonnraL 8. B. ROW, EDITOtt AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 7, 1858. . Lecomptox is Congress. Last Thursdry, the 1st of April, the bill for the admission of Kansas under the Lecompton Constitution was disnosed of in the House of R pnrfspnt.it ives. at Washington. After the w first reading of the bill, Mr. Giddings, of O hio, objected to a second reading, and, under the rule, the question recurred, Shall tho bill be rejected f The yeas and nays were demand ed by Mr. Stephens, and the vote stood, yeas 00, nars 137. The bill was then read a second time, when Mr. Montgomery, cf Pennsylvania, offered the Crittenden substitute, and said he had no remarks to make. Mr. Quitman, (D.). Miss., moved as a substitute, a bill offered in the Senate, being the same as the Senate bill, with the clause allowing the people of Kansas to alter and amend the constitution at any time. Mr. Stephens, of Ga., refused to yield thA flnor and called the veas and nays. The yeas and nays we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 April 1858

mm THE JOURNAL. - CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 7, 1858." , - , Ebbatfx. In the poetry on first page, 6th Terse, the word daisies should read fairies. We direct attention to the advertisement of Frank Short, boot and shoe maker, who has opened oat on Second Street, in the room oc cupied by R. R. Welch, dee'd, as a watchma king establishment. PiASTEKisa. By a rciereoce to our adver tising columns, it will be seen that Mr. Edwin Cooper has located himself in Clearfield bor ough, and that he is prepared to do all kinds vt fancy and common plastering. - Tha schate at Irwin's dam, which was dam aged by the ice freshet, is in a fair way of be ing repaired. Mr. Irwin has had a number of bands actively at work on it for a week past, and expects to have it so far repaired in a few days that rafts can pass through safely, in the event of a rise in the river. Atpoijited. George Richards has been ap pointed jailor by Sheriff Reed. We have no doubt our friend Richards will make a prompt and efficient o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 April 1858

77 r 1 i GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. VUTTEN TOR TBI "RArTSJCAS'S JODajfAt." I am composed of 26 letters. My 1, 15. 2, 3, 8, 6, 18 is a city in Persia. My 2, 9, 10; 10, 3 is a large town in Prussia. My 8, 24, 15, 10, 26, 4, 14 is a country in Eu rope ' My 4, 23, 22, S, 8 is a river In Africa. My 6, 24, 4 is a cape on the eastern shore of the United States. My 6, 2, 20, 11,16, 1 is a country in Asia. My 7, 10, 3, 5 is a lake in Russia. My 8, 2, 13, 18, 16 is a river in Europe. My 9, 24, 6, 25, 22, 7, 26 is one ot the Ca ribbean isla ids. M 10, 7, 3, 15, 16 is a city in Belgium. My 11, 16, 12, 4, 3 is a city in Switzerland. My 12, 2, 16 is an island west ot France. My 13, 24, 14, 25, 5, 4, 9 is one of the Uni ted States. ' ' . m i Mv 14. 3. 10. 2. 17 is a city in Hindoostan. .M 15. 21. 26. 18. 9. 14. 5 is a town in Cen- J - i r ' tral America. Mir 1R. fi- 1R. 2fi is a volcanic mountain My 17, 8, 3, 10, 5, 24, 14 is a country in Eu rope. " , My 18, 7, 11, 13, 26 is a country in Africa. My 19, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 April 1858

"' : -. BY- S. B EOW. CLEAEFIELD, PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, ' 1858.; VOL. 4.-JTO. 33. -1 .1 3 FADELESS IS A LOVING HEAET. Sunny lines may Jose their brightness, Nimble feet forge their lightness,- Pearly teeth may know decay, Raven tresses turn to gray. Cheeks be pale, and eyes be dim. Faint the voice, and weak the limb. Eut, though youth and strength depart, ; Fadeless is a loving heart. .Like tuo little mountain flower, -r. Peeping forth in wintry hour, . i .When the summer's breath ia fled. And the gaudier flow'rets dead ; So, when outward charms are gone, '. Brighter still doth Mossoin on, Despite Time's destroying dart, Tho gentle, kindly, loving heart.- Wealth and talents will avail, When in Life's rough sea we sail, ' Yet the wealth may melt like mow, -Andrwith wit no longer glow ; Uut more smooth we'll find thesea, - And our course the fairer be, If our pilot, when we start, He a kindly, loving heart. . Ye in worldly wisdom old. Ye who bow the knee to gold, Does this earth as...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 April 1858

u THE mufti Raftsman's $mtnutl. 8. B. ROW, EDITOR ASB PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., APRIL 14, 1858. As UhlccktPbesidext. Mr. Buchanan has been peculiarly unfortunate since his entrance upon thi duties of the office of President Notwithstanding there is a working majority of his own party in both Houses of Congress, he has failed in carrvinz through several-of his most important measures. Leconipton was, however, the one which ho set the most store by. He made it a test of party fidelity and only by favoring his Kansas policy could a bite of the "loaves and fishes" be procured To cany it through Congress, he used every means at his command. The personal and po litical influence of himself and his friends was exerted public patronage was dispenscd'free y to sustain the faint-hearted and threats and menaces were used to reclaim the erring After all this, he failed ! The House not on! adopted the Crittenden-Montgomery substi tute, which is a virtual defeat ol the Admin istration measure,...

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