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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 July 1858

THE MkWT THE JOURNAL. . CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 28, 1858. Committed. On .last Saturday, Thomas Ze litzski, a Folander, a resident, we believe, of St; Marys, Elk connty, was brought to our town by constable Hyatt of that county, charged with having robbed the store of Mr. Christopher Kratzer of this borough on the night of the 3d July. Zelitzski had been en gaged at shoe making for several weeks prior to the time the burglary was committed, but quit work the day previous, and it was sup posed bad left town. A couple individuals, as 'our readers will doubtless remember, were ar rested at that time on suspicion, but no evi dence of guilt was found. Matters then re mained quiet until last week, when it was as certained that Zelitzski had been unusually Hush and liberal with money at a celebration 'on the 5th at St. Marys, and alter inquiries as to the kind of money, &c, a warrant for bis -arrest was issued, he was apprehended, bro't bo fore M A. Frank, Esq., and after a hearing, commi...

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. — 28 July 1858

u u For the Raftsman's Journal. 1 OUR MAY. ' i,. BXI. J. STISZ. "Like an angel on the earth." Where is May? Where is May? I hear not her voice. As tbe voice of the lark ringing clear. And her song never bid now my weary heart rejoice ' Nor her step erer sound i on my ear. Eh was good she was pore ; she was ours our own; 1 ' - And her eyes beamed tbe love of her heart ; But. O, why do I sigh aa I'm sitting here alone? - Tell m.e, why, bitter tears, do-ye start T EtHl the birds sing their songs as they e'er have done. . " And we list to their evening lays ; And the choir in the church ah! we miss the voice of one, 'As the hymn of ear worship we raise. Where is May? Where ij May? Where is May, our own, ' While her eyes beam the lore of her heart? . Why.O, why do I sigh as I'm sitting here alone? lell me why, scalding tears, do ye start ? She is gone she is gone to her long, long home ; - And we made her a arave on the bill, Where the birds sweetly sing, and the wild low- - ers bloom, -...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 August 1858

V il i BY S. 13. ROW. OLEAREIELD, I5!., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1858. YOL. l-W. 49. GEXTLE WOBDS AUD LOVING SMILES. . The son may warm the grass to life, The dew, the drooping flower, And eyes grow dim and watch the flight. Of Autumn's opening hour; . 13 ut words that breathe of kindness, . And smiles we know are trne, Are wanner than Iho summer time, . .. And brighter than the dew. . It li not much the world can give, With all if subtile art, And gold and gems are not the things To satisfy the heart; But, oh, if those who cluster round . The altar of the heart, Have gentle words and loving smiles, ' liow beautiful is earth '. From the National Magazine. JttFERSON AND HIS TIMES. Conclusion. ' The political campaign preceding his first election to tiie Presidency, was one of the most acrimonious and excited that the country ever saw. Jeflerson was assailed with partisan malice, and many efforts were resorted to to blacken his reputation and destroy his influ ence. Lies pon red out their...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 August 1858

u u JRaftsraait's KuiirnnL S. . ROW, EDITOR A5D PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., ilG. 4, 1858. FOR JCDGE or SUPREME COCET, JOHN M. READ, of Philadelphia City. FOE CAS At COMMISSION E, WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. D02TT LIKE IT. Our neighbor of the Clearfield Republican doesn't seem to like the "People's Party," its candidates or platform, and emits a copious ehower of epithets, prominent among which appear "mongrel," "renegades," "political bandits and hungry desperadoes." We were not altogether prepared to hear the editor of that paper indulge in low abase and billings gate, for usually he is rather polite and affable ; still we hare no disposition to restrict him in the enjoyment cf anything that may be genial to his tastes and natural inclinations. The way our amiable neighbor pitches into the nominees of the "People's Party," is real Jy terrific, and we wouldn't be at all surprised to hear of something dreadful happening them, after such dire condemnation. And yet, we think, th...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 August 1858

u - ? I - i $ . THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 4, 1858. A meeting of the Bible Society of Clear field County will be held in the Court House on Wednesday evening of the ensuing Court week, or in case the court room cannot be bad, in tho Methodist meeting bouse. Addresses will be made by friends of the cause, who hare been engaged. Alex. McLeod, Prest. Temperance Meetmo. The Washington. Temperance Society will bold their quarterly meeting on Monday evening, Angust ICth, in the court house, at early candle-light. Music will be in attendance and addresses delivered. The public is kindly invited to attend. Aug. 4. G. Philips Gielich, Prest. Stabbixo Affair. A correspondent in forms us that on the 1st., at Cberry-Tree, In diana county, Mr. Joshua Davis had a difficul ty with his brother Benjamin whilst at dinner, nd finally struck him with a pen knife, the blade f which bit Benjamin between the sixth and seventh rib. Benjamin tried to take the knife from him when Joshua struck him on...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 August 1858

u u the mmmm 4QUH Ml For the Bailsman's Journal. OCR FAIRY. ST CLARK. Little Effie, darlisg one. Little spright, so fall of fan, Whither goest.with thy curls, Sporting in the wind's gay whirls J Dost thou seek the mountain'! side, Where the leaflets gently ride Down the bright, coquettish streams, Dancing in the son's warm beams J Or, pertsps, with eyes so blae, Thou dost seek their kindred hue 'Mong the violet, little one, Little epright so lull ot.fua ; Or, perhaps, where fairies bide, Thy young form were seen to glide : This be it, where fairies are Thon are fairest love Ly fir. Tie Administration authorized one of its agents to bay fonr males for three thousand collars, the avowed object beinz to improve the breed of males. The people might like to know how much it paid for the purchase of English, Foley, Cox and Jones, to improve the breed of traitors. Lou. J jilt. 4 NSONVILLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. ti. The property formerly occupied by James Smith. being 3 adjoining lot, having a ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 August 1858

BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1858. VOL. 4.-N0. 0. CATCH THE SCNSIlISE. thatch tb sunahino I though it flickers Through a dark and dismal cloud, Though it fulls so faint and feeble On a heart with sorrow bow'd ; Catch it quickly ! it is paseing, Parsing rapidly away, It ha only come to tell you Toero ia yet a brighter day. "Catch tho sunshine '. though 'tis only One palo, flickering beam of light, 'There is joy within its glinim'ring, : Whispering, 'tis not always night. Xon"t bo moping, sighing, weeping, Look up '. look up, like a man ! Thero's no time trf grope in darkness. Catch the sunshine when you cm. Catch the sunsliino ! though lifo'a tempest May unfurl its chilling blast. Catch the little hopeful straggler ! .Storms will not forever last. lkn"t give up. and say '-forsaken." llon'l begin to say "I'm sad !"' Look ! there comes a gleam of sunshine ! Catch it ! oh ! it seems so glad ! Catch the sunshine ! don't be grieving O'er that darksome billow there ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 August 1858

u u Raftsman's Jounml, 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 11, 1858. FOR JCDGE OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN M. READ, of Philadelphia City. FOR CA.NAL C0MMISSI05ER, WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. The laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable Las at length been successfully accomplished. Last week, at a time when no one expected such an announcement, the news of its suc cess flitted over the wires, with electric rapid ity, to all parts of the Union, and was every where received with marked demonstrations of joy by firing of cannon, ringing of bells, bonfires, illuminations, displays of fire-works, music and processions. The telegraph fleet, Mr. Cyrus TV". Field in forms tho public, separated in mid-ocean on the 29th July, the Agamemnon and Valorous bound for Valentia, Ireland, and the Niagara and Gorgon for Trinity Bay, on the American shore. It is 1C9S nautical, or 1900 statute miles from the telegraph house at the head of Talentia harbor to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 August 1858

9 . T1IE JOTJMAL, CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 11, 1853. Rev. Dr. Litch, of Philadelphia, will preach 1n tbe Methodist church in Clearfield borough, n next Friday and Saturday evenings, and continue over Sabbath. Aug. 11. A meeting of tbo Bible Society of Clear field County will bo held in the Court House on Wednesday evening of the ensuing Court week, or in case the court room cannot be had, in the Methodist meeting house. Addresses will bt made by friends of the cause, who have been engaged. Alex. McLeod, Prest. Tempera.nceMeeti.ng. The Washingtonian Temperance Society will hold their quarterly Meeting on Monday evening, August ICth, in the court house, at early candle-light. Music will be in attendance and addresses delivered. The public is kindly invited to attend. Aug. 4. G. Phiupp Glelicii, Prest. Accident. On 1 st Friday afternoon, a young roan, named George Young, whilst en gaged at felling a tree on the clearing of Ellis Irwin, Esq., in Goshen township, was severely injured by a d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 August 1858

Dreams. When a man dreams of fish in g, it is a sign some scat; fellow is quietly nibbling away his good character; ' . ' To dream of being in company with a chim ney sweep, denotes Hack looks from rising friends. ' ? For a yonng lady to dream of blowing a can dle out, signifies that she will be likely to take to snuff. For a yonng man to dream that ho is asleep hi church, is a sign thai he is- net waking to bis own good. For a yonng lady to dream of lemons, is a sign tha she ought to be squeezed. Nearly all, if not all, the drinking saloons In St. Louis, it is said, are furnished with straws for sncking juleps, by one- roan, who sells them for one and a half or two dollars a thousand. From about two acres of land, on which be grows rye annually, he sells about twenty-four hundred dollars' worth of straws, They are packed also in barrels, containing a- bout 12,000 straws, and shipped to 5ew Or leans, St. Paul, and the intermediate places, and the demand is increasing. The Kinderbook...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 August 1858

u BY S. B.BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1858. VOL. 4.-KO. 51. THINGS TO CHERISH. 'The eyes that look with love on thee, That brighten with thy smile, "Or mutely hid thes hope again If thou art sad a while ; The eyes that, when no words are breathed, Gaze fondly into thine X)h cherish them, ere they grow dim ; They may not always shine! 'The faithful hearts around thee. That glow with lore and youth. That time and care ne'er yet hare soared, Nor ravished of their truth ; The 'heart whose beatings we have heard 'When throbbing near our own Oh, cbcridh them ; those beatings hushed ; Earth's dearest tones are gone. 'The days when there are hearts and eyes That throb and beam for thee ; The few fleet hours when life doth seem .Bright as a summer sea; The thrilling moments when to speak The full heart's joy is rain X)b. chcri.su them ! once gone, alas ! They ne'er return again! TOUCHING INCIDENT. The following extract, taken from an ac count written by the Rev. James Miller,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 August 1858

-1 " jf Raftsman's IflitrmtL S. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR? CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 18, 1858. FOtt JVDGE Or SLPKEME COCET, JOHN SI. READ, of Philadelphia City. TOR CASAL COMMISSIONER, "WILLIAM E. FRAZEK, of Fayetto Co. "WEAK AT THE K2TEES." ' Everybody Is aware that daring the late ses sion of Congress-, Senator Bigler did all that lay in bis power fo force through the Lecomp ton swindle. The extraordinary efforts he made to accomplish that, and his bitter de nunciation of prominent Anti-Lecofnpton Dc niocrats, might lead some to suppose that he was always "sound on the goose." Here, however, it is well known that during the cam paign of 185G he created the impression that lie, as well as Sir. Buchanan, was in favor of "Free Kansas," and it was only by such assu rances that many honest-disposed Democrats were induced to vote for the candidates of that party. Recently there lias been somo talk. that Secretary Stanton had in his possession a letter from Mr. Bigler, written whilst Wal...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 August 1858

V. TttB-'fMUmNSAlTO THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUG. 18, 1858. Democratic PnivAnr Election. Last Saturday tb Democratic primary election, for nominating candidates, wii held in this county. Fredefick l. Miller, of Bell township, was nominated for Sheriff; Wm.M'Cracken.of Ferguson, for Commis sioner; Robt. J. Waliifce, Esq., of Clearfield, for District Attorney ; I. W. Grsham.Anditor, andGeo. Richards, Coroner. The vote stood as follows : TOlt ASSEMBLY, T. Jefferson Boyer had C95 vote. "WilHaru F. Johnston had 671 votes. - t'OR DI3TBICT ATTORNEY. Robert J. Wallace, had S12 votes! Israel Test, had 711 rotes. FOB SBKK1VF, Frederick G. Miller bad 302 votes. M. H. Luther had 272 votes. Edward Perks had 271 votes, farouel Clydo had 252 votes. James Bloom - had 209 votes. Jacob Wilhrlm had 153 votes. George W. Shoff, had 40 votes. "Will-am L. Ogden. had 15 votes. Gideon I. Goodfellow, had 19 votes. I OB COMMISSIONED. Wta McCraken. had 420 vote. 'William Merrell, had 37$ votes. Vincent B....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 August 1858

u Til Satajt Hakes a Mistake. Old Bobtail was 1 an uncommonly good man, but in his old age be became impatient of the world and anxious to be at rest. He was often tempted to drown himself. One morning about two o'clock, hia son was awakened by bis father calling out : "Abel r Abel ! Satan has been tempting me all night to go and drown myself in the horse pond." - "Well, then, father, Satan must be a great fool, for there hasn't been a drop of water in it for six weeks.' The old gentleman turned over, went to sleep, and never woke nntil the sun was two hours high. Self Respect. Keep np a good opinion of yourself not a vain one, but a good solid res pect, which shall stimulate you to higher and purer thoughts, words and actions. The man who relies on his own respect will never be mean, tor though nobody else ever knows of it, be himself will, and that should be enough to deter him from petty deeds. Tekbible Political Fight. At the elec tion on Thursday a-week, in Nash county, X C, a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 August 1858

BY S. B. ROW. CLEAEFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2-5," 1858. VOL 4.-NO. 62.. - PREACHING OF THE TREES. Pnou theJgerman op okden. At midnight hour, when silence reign Thro' all the woodland spaces, Begin tho bushes, and the trees. To wave and whisper in the breezo, All talking in their places. Tbo Rosebud flames with look of joy, And perfume breathes in glowing; 'A Rose's life is quickly past ! Then let me, while Time shall last, Ee richly, gaily blowing.'1 Tho Aspen whispers : "Sunny days ! Not lue thy glare deceireth ! Thy sunbeam is a deadly dart, That quivcreth in the Rose's hoart My shuddering soul it gricveth !" - The (lender Poplar speaks, and seems To stretch her groat hand.-, higher; 'Up yonder. Life's pure river flows, to sweetly murmurs, brightly glows, To that I still aspire !?' The Willow looks to earth, and speaks : "My arms to fold thee yearneth I'll let my bnir float down to thee ; Entwine therein thy flowers for mo, As mother hor child adorncth !" And next the wealth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 August 1858

u.u Raftsman's oittnal g. ' V': -v V- r 8. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., AEG. 25, 1858.- , ., FOR JUDGE OF SCPEEME COURT, , J0I1N M. READ,-of Philadelphia City. TOR CA5AL COMMISSIONER, V ''WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. "THAT LETTZ2." - It is really amusing to witness the twitching and wriggling of some of our Democratic co- temporaries since the publication of an extract from Senator Bigler's letter of August, 1857, to Secretary Stanton, in which the former says "the Administration is a little weak at the knees ami winces under tlte Southern thunder." Our amiable neighbor of the Clear field Republican take's it seriously to heart, in his last paper, and seems to be slightly "riled" because we published the extract. lie de clares most emphatically that it was "a base betrayal of confidence" on the part of some body Secretary Stanton, we presume to give' publicity to a private letter. 17011, it may be very naughty and wrong for Mr. Sec retary Stanton to do so, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 August 1858

. mmmmu mmmhh TIIE JOgMAL; CLEARFIELD, PA.', AUG. 23, 1858. '".T ' ' PEOCEELIKGS OF CGTJBT. Last week . the town was filled wltli persons Attending court, which remained in session Irom Monday morning until Saturday after noon. During that time a largo amoant'of business was transacted, and bis Honor, Judge nmside, has been highly commended for bis dispatch of business. Some of the causes were heavy and interesting. The Grand Jury w.ta in session until Thutsday. It acted on 17 bills, three of which were reported ignoramus. It also recommended the erection - of a new C6crt: House. The following causes on the trial list were disposed of: Leonard $ Moore rs. Alict Dale. This was art appeal from a Justice of the Peace, before whom, Ut 1843, suit was brought for the prico bf a plough. The defendant alleged that the article had been bonght by her son,B. Dale, on :: own credit. Verdict for Plaintiff", Sl-3,8'J. McCuIlongh and McEnally for Plfla. ; Cuttle uijd Larrimer & Test lor Deft. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 August 1858

TOE !IFTim!sS'4tt!M "Good morning Reuben.' . "Morning, Sqnire, flaa day for the crops." "Yes, but what's the matter with your face ? You've had a fight, I fancy." "Why, yes, 'Squire, me and Jim Ilockins, we had an old grudge, and last night we fit it out." "And which whipped ?" . "Well, 'Squire, we fit considerable." "Yes, but which whipped 7" "Yes, 'Squire, wo fit considerable, and ' "I suppose you ran 7" "Run! I'd rather die." "How did it result then 1" "You Bee, 'Squire, Jim he fit strong, and 1 was down,good mornin," 'Squire ; there's that cow agin." 'And what did you do 7 you unexplaining Joseph coat faced individual." " Well, I didn't run, 'Squire," said Reuben, Bulkily, "I jest kind o' went away." Juvenile Wrr. A cotemporary tells a story of a boy in one of the schools of a neighbor ing town, who is an inveterate rhymster, and who langhed one morning, during prayers, at the sight of a rat. Being asked why he laughed he replied : "I saw a rat upon the stairs. Coming up to hear...

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

' BI S. B. ROW. OLEAEFDGLD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1858. YOL. 5.-JJO. 1. OLD FRIENDS TOG KTTIER. Ob. tirao is sweet, when roses meet With Spring's sweet breath around them ; And sweet the cost, when hearts are lost, If those we love have found them ! And sweet the mind that still can find, A star in darkest weather ! But nought can be so sweet to see, As old friends met together! .Those days of old, when youth was born, And time ftolo winf-s to speed it, - And youth ne'er know how fast time flew , Or knowing, did not heed it I Xho' gray each brow that meets us now Forage brings wintry weather Yet nought can be so sweet to see, As thus old friend:) together ! The few long known, that years have shown, With hearts that friendship blesses ; A hand to cheer perchance, a tear To soothe a friend's distresses ! That helped and tried still side by aids A friend to face bard weather ; Oh. tLus may we yet joy to see. And meet old friends together! . Bl'llS n.NDEU THE SADDLE. A REVOLCTIO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 September 1858

rug' affsiwws journal. 1 - - - . EOT, EDlTOKAJiD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 1, 1853. FOR JUDGE OF 8CPREME COURT, JOHN 31. READ, of Philadelphia City. . FOR CA5AL COMMISSIONER, "WILLIAM E. FKAZER, of Fayette Co. THE C03TTE3T FOE COKGSESS. By the proceedings of the Conference held at BrookTille on the 2-jth alt., it will be seen that Chapis Hall, of Warren county, was pnt in nomination as the People's candidate for Congress in this District. Those who know Mr. llall speak of him in high terms of com mendation. He is a good, practical business man, is opposed to the Lecompton swindle, and in favor of protecting American Industiy. As such, he is worthy the support of every vo ter who is desirous of rebuking the Adminis tration for its outrageous course on the Kansas question, and who wishes to see our home la bor encouraged instead of the pauper labor of European countries. Hon. J. L. Gillis, the present member, has been re-nominated by the Lecompton Democ racy. His course in Co...

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