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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 12 January 1860

' NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. „ . ' -TO ALL WANTING FARMS, .' A RARE OPPORTUNITY IN A DELIGHT.-' • :' FLTL AND HEALTHY CLIMATES5 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PHILA-¦: . DELPHI'A, ON THK CAMDEN AND ATLANTiCRAILROAD . NEW JERSEY. ,: -, , . An old estate consisting of several thousands pf .acres of productive soil hns'bee'jvdivided'jntp,' . Farms of various sizes to suit the purchasers. A porjalation of. some .Fifteen hundred, from' various parts of, the" middle States and'New England have setlled there the past year," "irnr proved their places,' and raised excellent crops. Trie price o'f .the land is atthe lb\»sum o,f -frprh $15 to S20. per-acrc,.. the soil is. of,,the best, qu.ilitv for-lhn produc'tiqn of Wheat' , Clover, Coni, Pcoclies, Grapes' and Vtt*ft' ab!rs. IT IS." CONSIDERED THE.BEST.. FRUIT.SOIL.1N •THE UNION., The place is perfectly secure from frosts—the destructive, enemyof the far- , mer. . Crops ol. grain, grass and fruit are- now growing and can be; seen.. By. examining the p...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 12 January 1860

jJJRDW^RE: : ^^^tiufacture^: rrriceu,. TTAVING ENLARGED.:MY ^FACILITIES jtl;:at.the OldStand, '.,; ^^M^-A EkcEL^iOR BLOCK, ¦¦¦ ¦¦, ¦''''' ¦ '¦ ¦ ¦¦" :;yOLE^N^'v '=... ;.•"' For.keeping constantly on hand a much larger; .supply »hd assortment of .the heavy, arti- y ' :.': clei of Hardware generally kept by .'•.;•'. the Jobbing Houses, and having secured the AGENCY of y many Manufacturers including th>:-••'¦-.'celebrated' ¦ 'y;FALL' RIVER -NAILS,:.'; WHEELER, MADDEN & BAKEWELL'S ''''-' .¦'¦'?'*¦'••'¦' •.'.' •-: •'.'.••"','-.''• " ".'•'.'•."¦••' .-' - ;.:¦.,¦"' v" 8 "'; ^..-w::: Si-. ¦,'.:/ "¦k\wo those of WELCH St GRIFFITHS a'iid ¦•. .other makers, pBANO^ SCALED;'..;'';,;-,. . ¦¦ •'". BUBBEB jiiiil LEATHER BELTING, : .STEWART'S (iiDndW)MOLAf ¦ COOKING STOVES, ^BLASS. of aU Sizes, Sorts and 'Descriptions., I Propose to Sell all v THE ABOVE ARTICLES AT Manxliaeferers'Frioes. Also I propose to sell at a small Commission, from mv. LARGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK'of ¦ : ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 12 January 1860

y:v;'"l'';'a'0'6:GL^'Sv':'';'--y:' ^EE:: %I|ElP "'":¦. ' r -'""'•'¦ •- '¦¦:'•'¦:' "at.-."""; ',-;;': ¦¦¦ .:¦;' ,-; TAYLOR^ REGULATGIl y . il.:'JV»". Taylor-has.noiv'Hn Store the: , .'.Largest Slocl' of ¦ ¦ :mw.. .;.s^JViMER;;Gd6DS! ' Ever brought into this County,'Presenting .. . UryEmJ.VLLED ATTRACTIONS.IX ;. EXTENT, VARIETY, ELEGANCE, and . BEAUTY of design and coloring. ¦;' : ¦ . .ARE.-HERE,,'. . ]SJ"o\v is tlie Time To' Select from'the 1,' ai.gest Stock and purchase .'. Goods.-while • * PRICES ARE DOWN! - '.The. Goods are Going Off like ' , • . „' HOT CAKES on a FROSTY MORNING, .'.''And--.those who wish to viaie ,:'; Choice "'SelegtiOns ;'. SHOULD CALL EARLY. .-.. FIRST G.QMEi:FIKST SI; 2KV;Kr>'. ¦His Immense.Slock coneiit.i of p-'Rir;i: ::! ^6o.:D's', ¦ ¦'".'. ¦' In- Endless Variety..' .PARASOLS AND. UMBRELLAS, KEAijy-MADE ClOTHlSTCr, y ..''.,'' CLOTHS ¦& VESTINGS, ¦ ' MH.L1SJ3RY GOODS,' LADIES' DRESS PRINTS, ' '• y .' .' '. .'.'. ¦',-.'. '. . .', '.; GlKSH...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 12 January 1860

GB;":G;:«|;:K; :^*o^; •'".,-.; "GiifERAI.nBALKKiN . FINE GOLD AND SILVER * -'Z-':W;AWsGR ;ES;,V ;.;;¦;. FANCY.G00BS, CLOCKS AND. Mt^IOAL-vINSTRUMENTS,, . -.-"" ••'di.EANv'.N.i Y.-.y'.'".'..'-". ?^"Repairing of Watches and Clocks d°iie in good styleand ^ warranted; - '. ;-i

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 12 January 1860

PATENT POCKET C50IN D^TECTOIt. .1-011 TESTiNd'-MIlE' VAIUOUS KINDS. OF-' ¦' GOLD AND SILVEU COINS. It is admitted by all to be the most perfect thing ¦ of the kind ever offered to the pnblio. -.,-:.• IT IS SO SMAtL THAT ITCAN.BE CARRIED.IN.THE POCKET WITHOUT. .ANY INCONVENIENCE, . : Every Merchant should have it! • Every Storekeeper should have it! -. '•' Every. Mechanic should have, it! Every Man in Business should have it! ,.'¦ . It detects at the same morrierit, both size, thickness.and weighti from a half dime to a Dollar in silver, and from Si in Gold up to $20 besides foreign Gold arid silver, and sells'as quietly as seen, without .the assistance of a word, It.is.simple,. eminently, useful,, durable, economical and perfect. .... ' [t^" A Warrantee goes with every 'one..soldi PRICE ONE DOLLAR.; Post-paid to anypart of the United States; SEE WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS SAY! 'The possession of it is a perfect, guarantee against being imposed upon withspurio.us'coin. —News. ,'• ¦., .•...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

itt'ltean Couittn Jttemfft^t. : ' PUBLISHED. EVERT TIItTRSDAT MORNING, r.-":.'^^: ¦ By j; B^ OYIATT; :.¦¦¦ . /SMEtriPORT,' . M'KEA'N: COONTY, pA. OFFICB, S. E. COltNMl OF PUBLIC SQUAIIE TERMS: -'¦ - •-, - ;S1'$0 inAdvance:' Sates of Advertising1. '-. 1 Column one year...;~.' ..-.:.. ............. $33 00 #• • " ,.."'.'•*':..'.'...'.;•• * ¦ ..'.... SOO'H ¦ .. X " '"..•" ...,.-.;..: i.nO .X.- "' 'six monihv....;. .....^ ,.,'.,;-....;-.,.; l'OOu -. j> -.. " .". .¦¦."........ '..'.......;..'.;. ¦ . i-jI'O '. On* square efl2.1'nes or less. 3'Insertions.' ¦:... -.151 J. • Each -mbscquent insertion;.'..>..;..... ..-....•...,¦' ' 2? I BusinessCards, with pa;.*1!-,..,. .... ,,. .;.,.. .V"... .5:00 . ' Rule or' IgiKo work will bo '.lotitlo, the .above rales. TwoKo lines tlro.vier.fypo,.'or eight Hues' nonpareil, Is rated a square. . . . ..-¦;-.¦ ,E""r~ Theie Terms wilMw strictly adhered to..JTt ' ' •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

Business Hircctorw -. , - A:D. HAMLINY' ¦ _- fiurVeyor, ¦l)raft?mah' Horn-¦?')*«•¦ cei\ nni'Iteal. Estate . Agsnt.; Smetlijiort, M/Kedfi county,.'pa. \B. F.-WRIGHT,/ WholflnalffantiBrtfall Dl'nler'ipFrtinny Orfteerie»,-P'irrr, .^JFIour.. Salt,"' Fpe<l.*Mno(s ntyl j?lin''(tv Acj&c: Store .In \ht Astm-Hous-? B'ock. Sm^tlipiurt Pa. ;."- D.B. .MATHER, .,';.;¦ Wholcsilft nn'd.netailDcftlPr i» Provision* flrdj Familv -Oroc<?ri,'«r: Flour. IMYrt], Veed, Vork\ Fnl*, FiVh. '&-*•- Store lit Eaton's old Btaud. Terms, Cash. Smeth" port,.Pa. A.N. TAYLOR, Dealer in Dry Gno<l«, Groceries. Pork; Flour, Salt, Finh ., Beady-Mado Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Sraethport, ' Pa. .-' ¦¦¦- '-,-¦.- WltLIAMWILKIN, Practical Mechanic. Millwright,.''Bridge-'bailder, &<!.', .Pqrt Allegheny, M*Keati counts, Pa... ' . J.J..- BROWN, SURVEYOR, DRAFTSMAN; CONVKYANCKItand Real Estate Agont; Office, WHli.iinsvMeV Elk 06., Penn'a ''-'." " —nEFBRBKCGS— * . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

ASWK HOUSE, V. SMETHPORT, M'KEAN Co., pa.' ' WK, HAJilKBEli • •:;; \,; : Proprietor *£'*'?ro iitlA'0 .F' h",, !°l!'it?cen f, 2 pnrchasbd and. tlior. oughlrrelltMd the Aator House, Baiters himself thathe «»n furolib as good aecoiocicxUtlons as anr boteHn We«. *rn FeunsjlTinla. • •• . , ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

HORE CANVASS • - ¦ , «TI. A. O. . "More' canvass!" he shouted,, while visions of joy ' Tlere.throojiiijt the brnln of the' Muie-lottog boyj ; "Alex. pder knew nsught of this frenzy of soui, . •. Expnuilipn with every rembro: of the goal—¦ To inBi.i'te truth, toat is Icadirigme rnj '¦' ¦More cnnvaBs, lhon'"givenie. while gluing linn;: In«k not for honor,.! care not forw lalth, ;..' ' .To trace my dear source-is far better/than health' Then giro nje, oh, giro me. I .isk 'nothlugiiibrp.'.' ¦ ' The moans toportray the bright realms I explore. •'Morecanvass!" he shrieked, when ln'dangor and plan, To cLlnibrforhread wlwro his darlm? ones falnj (J'Je cai e not lor vi»i.,ni of boaiily and. lore,. Ami! ideal themes still a weariness proVo. ¦Then let tner:oh,wiiiye not, oven, to stay ' /\ Tile cravlng'of.wnnt,. your loved features' portrliy; '• [ I'll strive to anhoint ye with lieaveniy grace— .' •' I Mo 10.canvass Men'give mis. tha'tso Imay trace, In actual presence{ the essence I lo...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

.,'.Night and S.I.EEr'.T-BlesseJ be sleep! How many thousiintls, heiirt.-weary and -body-weary', say this to the stars every night, as they, closii their eyes upon their, brightness. Blessed be sreepr We often say so, as we' iook- up.ori the care-worn faces threading their way through the streets at twilight, jostling each other at corners,—^ach perhaps with their own heavy burthen »o bear,, with which no stranger can intermeddle. Another day may :cqme indeed 10 each, (Go.d knows); but meanwhile-there is a'blessed season of ibrgetfulness when npthin^ has-power, to .pain; Thek. 'Angih..vdiiiittr' .—' Soft, unseen fingers are laid gently on aching brows and drooping'lids. L'ongyearsUgo they crumbled to dust.,—we folded them over the still breast ourselves—and oh,..how yearningly in our waking hours have we longed foi:' their kindly pressure, but—only in sleep—tp feel it. Blessed.be sleep! for then they "have changed to keep us..''' Else why do we sometimes wake, if hot happy, yet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

MESSAGB OF aOV. PACKEE. The .Governor, of Pennsylvania present!. • grajrfyl'nP.yiewr of the. condition of the- Commonweath, Th.e.receipt into the State Treasury, .were ^3,826,350; the expenditures; $3',-879,051. The'available balance ii now $830,-323.. Part of.the-Expenditures was the payment of .$816,2Sa:0f the public debt. The . funded and unfu.rided.debt of. the- State is $38,-' •178,001. Deductirig the bonds received for the sale ol.the public works, and/the debt of the Commonwealth is $?7,397,0C1, on which interest is paid from the ordinary oburcet 'of revenue. The public debt is decreasing at the rate of a million of dollars a year, and the Governor looits forward t» the time when the. State Government can be provided for without a lax on real personalestate. To do this, however, economy in Ihii ndminis,tratipn and the main-' teriance of the present sources of revenue: are necessary. The Sunbury ,and Brie Riilroad have complied With the conditions of. the law, has had.tw...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

BRECKINpDGrE'S SPEECH; ,.We give an extract from the speechof Vice President JinEokiNRiDOE^at Frankfort, on the 2S(h ult. It is a.lengthy iiiid very able speech treating of-the present-:iispcct..of the country arid the ..political questions of the day. Our space will not ps'rmit presenting his address in lull. In .alluding to the danger; which .threatened the Union.he "spoke'eloquently arid-feel. ingly."Il(! attribut'vd all tills danger'.and difficulty to the "character aiid p'lrriose and ttim of ,»n prgahizntion in the country 'ciilled"the: Republican party." The Objects rind designs; of tlie leaders of that party were fully cornmentedupori, arid the'language .of Senator Seward was quoted; as;its" lepresolitative' man, toprpvp its-hostility to the South, and its warit of good faith to the compromises of. the Con-' stitutiori. 'After quoting the sentiments.of the Republican Senator, at length, he said: . "Could that .language have been uttered with impunity or been; sustained ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

¦ I ¦¦' •-f.2QO.:ilVI?#i^STt' -:'.,,' Hortfl)Ip CalaM^ at la Mass .'. • V-V --,"-. ^v . -'-;*,i.-* '¦- ¦:-..-., -v-.i- ¦>;.¦; ;?:• -;";;J •' .',>\f,:','^;*bAWtt*NO«,.Jan4'iPi;J§00; ' .;,':j ¦'¦': Atiabort.itcnj'mhitttea'j'after fl": o'clock. Jhii evening, .pur.'citizefjs.'wert Warned ,by 'itha' "cry of fire, .which,; pfbceeiledifrbm the, Pembertori Wilt;;'abouV'foiii;-frfths;of,wjliich had ifaflen-iii ahapciesrs.mass', WithottJ: tho Isliihtest ^Warning to.the near 800 human.beings.who^We.re the,n arSvofki-.'-'".'' :-'-' ' ' " ';''" ' '. 1.'':'•'' ¦¦ '-.: The buiidingwas iieyer considered ,tq ba^.'as staunch as it.ought tb be. 'It Was built" flb'ouf seven .years -; since, and .was then thought ;a sham'.;'--." , - ; : '•...,',, '.'. ' ", .-;:--,'' ; ¦ Ihdeed before the machinery was pat in the walls spread'to such: an .extent,';: that, som* twentyrtwb toria pf"vifon slats were jfUtpri to save it fromrf»jliins by its pWii weight;:>¦ ¦ Fronvthebcst.ihformati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

itl'Kcdn €ouitfM#ttnoxrat r-jV Thursday, January 19, I860 !;; S, M. PETlENGIlIf & CO'S : ¦ ".;.. ¦;.'ADVKttTiat.Na'.'AiJitNcy,; ;,' :.'"v.-". iw-irissau Street, New York, oWlp Slats Sl.,iiis(i)/i . SI. M.PETl'KfiaiUIi &. OO.I'.liev.tuJll' Agents for the M'K'iii.<i.: DsnociiAT/and the nmst inilneutial and largest circulating Newspaperaiir the United States and the-Canr adiis..' They' ftVe authorised, to. Contract, fox ua a.t.our lowest rates.,- .- ; *: '-:': ¦ '. ' --.-:.,r - .7.. .. ft -,<-...¦. ¦ '.i ¦.-.-.V'-e -.- ¦ ¦ . Wa.-are under obligations to Messrs; HAtri, M.C., and A,.*!. BeNIonj df the State iegis; lqture,'.fbr documents. ¦•""•'•',".' The weather for the past. weejc has.been changeable, raining and snowing;at intervals, With an occasional sunshine; At the time of our going to press, the prospects are fair for another fall bf show. ...-, .'. The Lyceum, meetings are held at the Academy, pit Monday, evenings. The question for discus...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

GOVERNOR PACKER'S MESSAGE . We present our readers with, an abstract of the Gov. Packeb's Message.' The message, so far as it relates to the affairs of bur own Commonwealth is ail an able; State paper and deaerving.of high.commendation;- but Gov.' Packer, seem still laboring under, the illusion that his sphere of supervision is. National, instead of apartainin? tp the State of Pennsylvania,' and the affairs of Eartsss are again dragged in. In this the Governor stands alone. .The Kansas' difficulty has long since ceased to bo di.cussed and is almost.forgotten except by those who use it in the attempt tb;distrac.t and defeat the Democratic party. The friends oMlle Governor cannpthelp but feel mortified that he has again wandered so far from bis legitimate 'duties, as to introduce, a subject, in a State paper With which the Legislature has no, legitimate business; Upon all otherpoints we think the message an admirable.one.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

INTERROGATORIES . The Citizen puts a series.of questions,) five ih number, which he .wishes answered by the Democrat,:' in .order to rnark put the course whi.ch will'be pursued during the coming campaign.. Wiihbjit knowing or attempting to define the positibn.of theDemocratic party in 1860, we have no objection to"'aiiswerins the quest! ms propounded, If.anything that we can say will have a tendency to enlighten bur cotemporary, or rescue him from his -rtnri surroundings, our duty to humanity would prompt us to make the effort; • , -.'... • "1st.—Do you coincide with the views expressed in Charles O'Connor's speech made at the Union Meeting in N- V. city?"' Some parts of Mr. O'Conrier'a speech we concur in, while some portions had better been left unsaid.,; . "2d.—Do you coincide with Mr, Bec'kinridge in hi's'.'9'peech recently made at Frankfort Kentucky;" ¦',.'¦' ¦ We have.not had the pleasure of reading;the entire speech. The concluding portion, which we publish, is the tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

... . : « e».. m- , , Pcnnsylvauia Legislature. The organization of both branches of the State Legislature was effected without.delay.or difficulty last week, but as yet but little public business has been transacted. The Governor sent in over .twenty messages vetoing bills passed near the close of the last session, of all which were sustained by nearly" unanimous votes. OnFriiiay of last week, both branches adjourned over-rthe Senate until Monday and the House until. Tuesday.¦• On- Monday the Speaker of the Senate,. Mr. Fkanois, announced the Standing Committees as follows: . Finance—Messrs. Finney; Gregg, Shaeffer, Turney! Welsh. ¦Judiciary—Messrs. Penney, Palmer, Yardly, Bell, Miller. ' . Aceoiiuts—Messrs; Cornell, Baldwin, Thompson, Crawford, Nunemacher, ., Estate* and' E.tc/ieatt—^Messrs, Palmer,.HalI, Irish, Schell, Ketcham. Pensions and ..Graltrities-rMessrs. Ketcham, Benson, Meredith, Turney, Miller, Library—Messrs. Hall, Smith, Craig. - • '. _ Corporations-—Messrs. Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

—^ m , ^' ,. , ..-,. '.Washington Correspondence. .'. Washington, Jan. 12, i860. Mr, Editor:—It is current that all the nominations, pending before the Senate were ratified on Tuesday,' except.that-pf Mr. Grund as counsel to Havre. Judge Breese becomes Marshal for.the.Northern District of Illinois, and\Mr. Faulkner, of Virginia, Ivfinister'to France. . A debate on territorial powers is now in progress in the Senate,,"distinguished for the ability.of the Speakers and the thoroughness of the exposition being given to the whole subject. Mr. Green, closed a, clear, logical and powerful speech yesterday, which began early on the morning of the previous day. • Mr. Pugh is expected to reply to him, and the Universal desire to see the "giants wrestle" is crowding the naileries with spectators. There is,a reasonable, hope among Dsrriocrats that this searching discussion; with'those;-which must follow it at various periods of the session, will settle' the principles of the Democratic cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

From Kansas'. -. '. Leavenworth, Jan. : 16.—The Territorial L'e'g'is'a'ure, is still in statu quo, and it- '« probable that no business will be transacted by eirher wjng till the opinion, of the Attorney General, which has been called for by: Gov; Medary,.can he had on the subject of adjournment. The alleged reason of the majority-for quitting Lecomptbn is the insufficiency of accommodition,but a settled antipathy to that place exists on; the part of' the ..Republican members on account of former associations. Bubglart in Warren.—The Clothing Storer 6f Ed. Graser, in' Johnson's Exchange, was broken irito last Tuesday. The entrance appeared to be made by br-aking'a large pane of glass in the front door. Goods to the amount of some $250 were taken. . They consisted pf fine broad cloths, vestings, .and some readymade clothing of the finer qualities. The back door was found open, tbrough-which it is supposed the burglar or burglars escaped with.the plunder. No cine to the guilty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 19 January 1860

~""- " : NEWS ITEMS. The Missouri tegislatnrc, on a vote pi »^ *r, 22, refused a charter for the Sputh-Western, University, at Jefferson City; on the ground that N' orthefu Methodists.were abolitipnists. Mr. Lpngworth, the 'millionaire, of Cincinnati has sent, to Mr. Sherrnan, the Repub|,ean candidate fbr Speaker, a present of 200-bottle*, of his famous Catawba wine. It is stated that there'-arc no.w in Canada, forty-five'thousand runaWay slaves from the South. '.Valuing these.slaves at an average of five hundred dollars/each, they amount to over twenty-two million of dollars., \ '•' The solidifying of sweet cider has been ac'r complished in Connecticut. *By the vacuum process, the cl/er, takeri sweet frotn^the press, is reduced five gallons to pile, without boiling, and a beautiful jelly is the result, whic* will keep for any lerfgth of tim,o. without mould, souring or fermentation of any; Wnd"< ^,By tha addition of. water it is imimdiitely'restored to its former condi...

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