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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

. •: , r -¦ -.,- >.r* ¦' - .-.-.¦—~-V InterestingEevolutionary ReminisbeniBe '' . In the speech of Mr. Bottler, of the Bouse of Represeritaiives, on Wednesday last, he' nar?: rated and applied, in the following appropriate manner, ajveryinteresting reriiiniscenceof the; Revolutionary War: ¦-. ' - ¦ ' '¦ '"The district which I represent, and the county from which I coma—that county made famous by tha raid of Brown—was the first, the very first in all the South; to send succor to. Massachusetts. In one of the most -beautiful spots in that beautiful .county, within rifle shot.of-my residence,-at the base of aJ.ill, wheret a glorious spring leaps oui into sunlight from btheath trie giiarled root of the thiiriderriveri oak, there assembled on - the.10th'0f July, 1775, the very first band of Southern men who marched-to, the aid of Massachusetts. They met there, and the.ir rallying cry vyas; «a bee-1 line for Boston." ; "•¦:.V ; ."That beautifuland peaceful valley had never ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

A VOICE FROM THE GRAYS* , In the United States Senate, in Febroliyy, 1839, HENitY.Ci.Ay concluded a speech p^^ths slavery question in, the following "words of wlsdorn.1 ^ '^(Tiiey have been frequently ¦ rtablishod, but will bear republioation arid attentive perusal a thousand timei.);., ;.J^:../•;.:. ' ¦¦' "If one ilark sp'ot>xi«ts-ln.our political ^or,. izqri, is it not obscured by the, bright and efulr gent and cbeering light that beams aroundi hsT" Was. ever a, people: so blessed as we are, If tiue to ourselves?, ..¦¦ Did ever. any,, nut ion contain within its bosorri so many elements.of prosperity, of greatness.and/qf glory? Our only >esl danger lies a ahead, conspicuous, elayated arid visible. ,'';H was clearly .discerned at. the commencement, and distinctly seen through oUr whole carter. , Shall we wantonly run upoWft, and destroy all. the -glorious anticfnatio.nSl ojf the high tl.e8tlny:that, aWaits list' '','I beseicb' the abolitionists themselves, solemn...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

' ^i^i^i^i^B^^^H ^^^^E^^^KB&t^^ i^^^HH^H^^HIHr^iWtiiucli tifMHl Bp^pMKWBaWWw»iiW> of.th>Jo'p|j W^KSfiWSm^^^m^^^mmam ** Jt*lwWsSra*t^iu*i^^^^™ sw-^wftWflSPftK^^ ,'i 5^^(i^#4i»^»1iM6\i )!rtii Jjy ts« Compar; :': ¦:- :• ::iWi«^^iiri.l»ltiiw,>;»rf^rriirtgag.-bonJa on::the, -,:',(.'/;<'S« ¦ .-¦^•{$|Hpf&^^ 4';.>ygii(r*^^ ^:»«tt;jsii^ > ¦'*^l^^^Wm^^^:^^'! ^ ''. P°m--' ?\vV-\ '^J'M;'protrM^#ltb,'.-tbe:'#or.k with much ^V.-i/iSiiiriffan^^ ' stite^f ^¦¦'tiitmum^ |f.'-SttitW; fi^-ififlisbetli and.-jta Company, very ''^f-'<«»t^r#^ jtjV' k .'':.-.-T;»i^t^^^;W'!»^*»««.'* W. ""KbJM of-.ro • ¦• «l*Bi)ii$eid oW riofebas %] ''JS^.-f^^^H^i^^^^:^** 9^K^* ¦ ^W a*alfri«llions of bondsj,and, unless these ; -,<,{!ljft§ljyjj^ * ;¦.'.', JlraffiJiMlit^ the :V."> :'.^^mWft|mM|^urop V,f,:an'd': there,.satisfied $¦.:. ypis^Els^^^Brfewt^^wn^B8 ^ ,'^r«VATris6»«nt :of r^nJ^dcjIre.l.provida ¦^•l&iJtSwB* *^^ t'^mSSSmmm^F^ ^/^m^...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

Sunbury and Erlb itaHroad. ¦..,;,' T.his Railroad- when completed, will be one of thejnost Important improvements.of the kind; #tS|fUflltell States. It Will pass through a section of Pennsylvania that has lain, almost unnoticed, while -.millionsi have „ been spent in public works in other parts. .The direct effect of this has been to; develops.and, improve pne portion of theCommonwealth, and to keep,trie other portion' iii' comparative' obscurity. Although the Canal »ystem of our State was never a payingor, self-sustaining'matter, stilt it was benficialto the State in corinecting'the East and Vest, and in enhancing the value of real estate Blprig;the feadingline bf.canal. The increase of yaiue.musthavu been many millions of .db|larj:rnore than it could of-Would have , '{b|led.without: suchI an ..improvement. No oho can dispute this. The trade; by means of the canal from.Philadelphia, New' York and other ,eastern cities, with Pittsburg and: the West, uenerailyi was immense, and...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

The illcltmairBiid Edmiiii'il»oh Ullllculty. Tit tltt Editor of the (Jonslilutwn;- Genti.gme'ni in connection with the recent difficultybetween Mr. EdmUndson, of Virginia, and Mr. Hickman, of'Pennsylvania, some extraordinary misstatements have.appeared iri the public statements. The New York 2Yfi, une and other presses have deliberately charged that Ij in connection with pther gentlemen, was present on that ocaftion :.to.'assist Afr. Edmundseri in art assault, upon Mr. Hickman, arid that-being.'armed,. We stood '.ready to'.as^ sassi'nate the latter gentleman in case he should make the least resistance. I hav<» been very much surprised at -those a'ccusatipnsj'b.ut have;waited a reasoriuble.timf. in the hope that Mr^ Hickrrian would feel bound to correct them... -He ,has not done so; and, since^hey are persistently repeated, I think it proper to make the following statements: I Happened to witness the difficulty between those gentlemen.' It was not, a fight—it was only a....

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

^;« anpuixt!j JDci»<Vtat. .;. JTh^rstiay, Harch 1^ 1860/ ¦;:f'] ~~~? f. M. raTTENGIlI, & CO'S" .:',;, I .- :'Advertising agSncy,'',.;.- '¦¦'.. HDTVairi" St'retVA'Mo York, JnilO Slate St.Bostoa S. JiriSTTKNOIt.L ft. CO.. ore, tlia Agents for the M'KsJf DsVoakAT and the mo'st-lnlluentUl and largest circuiting Newsp»p,ora iu tha.Unltod States and the CanadasTJhey are authoriied' to;.contrset for.us at our l6<resfate».'" ¦'.."¦.'¦.' -'¦ ¦¦•'¦,'.-' ¦' ¦ "'"¦' ' -"" ' tip Hoiise.of Repreeeri'tatiye on Morirjay last elecid Thomas.H,Ford, of Ohio, Printer, by a. sntll; majority. . •;'•' ; ' ; ' fftverner Medary had vetoed the biliabol; ishiftg slavery in the territory of Kansas, but it wa/. believed the. Legislature would : pass it ovirhis veto..'. ¦• -, '. /Williams vs: SiCKt.Es.—This case is still ponding before the Committee on Elections, at Washington, Mr. Sickles haspossessiori of his seat, which is nine points of the law. Leotuiiks!—We; understand tha...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

. . . REPUJtICAN MEETING. . At Ihe Republan Club Meeting hold at the Court House bri Tuesday evening of this week we had speech's from Johnson, Curtis, and Wetmore -of'Wsy'reri.'. The speeches of the two former.consilted of high encomiums of the Democratic partj of yore, and the negro ques tiori. Some of jiose present who have heard Mr. Johnson's unqualified, abuse of the.D.emocratic . party ar$ their principles: at former times, might lliiri his last speech iriwfiich he bestowed so muefcpraise upon that same party a little iriconsisteit. : According to Mr.. Johnson.the Democratc party, has btun immaculate until just the presWt time. In comparing the present policy of jhe party.with its past, he uhcohcioifsly paid i a high compliment when he saidi'lho Democraic partynow intrenched itself iri the Constituion and behirid. legal descisr Ions;" he cTaimed!io such thing of the Repub-. jican party. Neiller himself or Mr. Curtis attempted to show lofty the Democratic, party was wrong...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

,—__—*-z ^..-?^.^—_-—ic__^—;. A Fitness of Things. Oh tbe 29th of July, 1850i a bill passed the United States House of Representatives, estabr lishing a joint government for Kansas and Nebraska. In that bill we find these two clauses: "Provided, HoWever, Tha,t .any person held to service.fn said Territories shall' not;be dis^, charged from such repeal arid revivanof such" eighth section, if such person shall not. be permanently removed frorn such Territory oKTerritories prior to the first day of January, eighteen huridred.and fifty-eight; and any child or children in either of said Territories before the expiration of that date, shall riot be by reason; of anything in this act, emancipated from any service it might have owed had this, act never been passed; • ¦ ; ¦ '' And provided, furthei, That any person law^ fully held to service iriany other State or Territory of the United States; arid escaping intb either the Territory of Kansas or Nebraska, may be reclaimed and remove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

']¦'¦['. ;i:-';':V;,il«';iSe«%s'tii;CBriBaa.'; - ;¦"'"'.'"•..'¦ " 'Th* '|B»ner» of,tba Fret Priu will remember •th^'^ee Srit negro outrages in Canada, and parrii«nnA^JIl^^« "ffAtjr'iibI 'ib«. to.wiitAiip'lof'i'A.nder.-^doliif S? i^W' rpllet; frdm" WiridsOT,;. where: an '«Wisirl^'tywXi¦wis violated,.«nd'ieVeraf'iriales ?wlii»'itfinffk''iM^^iiVi^ii^itaetifttf^l' '8n ari|Heft frir dead on tbe floor of the Hpiise., 'isSi^Be^uentl^tbB^^^pefpeMktoV of the outrage Wire? take'ri into'custody„'and, while being cpn-^XkiM:&'j^,'^ti^ii^' bj:n6i^:^<' ibiti '/*1|oW*. 50Tb"o Wip^su^ intUfpaper'br^^^ Cftioriiof the entire.negro worshipping press, riot o'riljr* dl'this'city.au^^^cMnttyiibu'tCdfiQsnai .d»V»uo2tt^tifieahthe 'v QtiWsje.byirisiptirigthat: 'Jlie^^male :^^^Vm^J^i,n^^f.'[''li:i» itrsiethat the woltnari whose home was assault • .•jl'i.'svai.of mi^ttlood-^Eferich. and iri^ian-^ ,^j,it,"; |jl,. ye^. 'tia ,bg;.]p^^^^ ,»»«ri an Iodi»n woman is not as much to bo reof f ¦ j...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

Bf»BBS»B MSa|»»JB»«»»««»«»»«M . »»——~~ B»S^Ei3i MS^Inqnlri*-i Evlilrnce - ol:'Coyeruor lia^l«?i' .»&iW•: KW'»«•on'• ¦'''.'•:. .:'-:-;:":---1 '• ¦ -."- '• K«TO^IwWrogeyt4«ri' i!e was given on the 11th BBS^^ BMBis'aytfypii'r'a Ferry <Corhmittee,,by I^^Bb^^itlti^Kansas , the. gentleman '.who ^^^BrfS^KVerriorib 'y; the: so-calle| ''Free ^B^Sity^hd ^ yvbo'has fors'lorig time been ^H|fe»mfef;jhV:diye'iop.emerit.s are"' startling ^B§|hg)^ deep laid corispiracyi of which ^BtRcMBpublicari.j leaden were .not igno-^B|^^fwKIl''s^.FEKnY'CCl.,ttilITTEij. .. ,'' .''!•,• BH|:^ '¦;.,''. , ...W.AsmauMjN,- Feb. 11'.'¦ ^PJPPmptnsrin.^pf Kansas, testified to-dn y ¦ JeforeithS^ that Browri did^fldt go'to Kaiisas'itd settle, bill" on. account * o'f,tha difficulties Which he expected' wbuld'ex-(tnd, until t/itr coiintry ginerdllyi thould: become ^iwolvtd,ami slavery be abolis'hed. ,,.¦'.. ¦ ! ;'Hi»;pbject was not peace, hut rvodlution, ^ and differed in this rrispcct-frorn the;,Free St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

. Tho Lost. Steiuuship' llunxariovii. No additional news of the lost steamship has reached us.\, She is said to havebeen orieof'the staunchest vessel of the line,, if so, the storm that wrecke\l (her must have been a very severayOne.. Sa^ was about 2;300 tons:bu.rthen; arid was protelled by double epgiries of 350 horse power: j She had. four decks; the prlop deck, the 'tfeen deck, the main and spar decks.., Her'.crew; all told, amounted to 110 men, including about fprty stewards who have charge of the Provisions and culinary departments. . In-adut.io'n.to tho.accommodations for 110 men of a ciew, she could find space jfor 150 cabin and threS hundred steerage passengers. How many wnre actually on board is not known. Thevreck of the: Hungarian makes the fourteenth steamer which has been lost since the cbmnpnCement of ssteam navigation between Eufoje and America,'a 'period of twenty years, .The names of these vessels are as follows: Prejident—r.eyer heard of; Columbia, all hand...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

i.:i'-¦ .''|'*Be Slr'lko',in »ftist«cliias.ell»' . ., V V ';- ;J:;V'. ;¦;.-; ' \.-y', j.. '-)EibsTot«,;Feb^27. ' : AloiiziP, Burrill, broker at 16' Stutri street, has gptiptotroublej being charged with dealing iri counterfeit ahdbroken bank bills..,; Several;bundtied dojiiri of the stuff yra's ;found:'in his possesiion, with which the police arrested him. :-:-V; -',,."::i:;.'..Vi;.';- -'u.;'i' ::.'!' ;¦'•'..-Six bundled -sboe-rhakerSj-bfiiaierhiil, aboUt two-thirds Ofthe number, employed there, organised to-,day. for a strike: The strikers at Lynn, Marblehead, Saugus, NatlckJ^arid other places remain-also quiet, but firm. At present the bosses manifest; no disposition Jo make the required concessions.' ,'¦' -.'-¦' '¦':-i}'''¦'¦;\ \i:'<"'.. R^' ptini.icA!|l..PuEiTy.V--The followinE facts are thpir own best commentary/ The Republican State Treasurer of Mttine,stol« 8100,009 of the people's money, and applied $36,000 of it to bribery' in the elections,'by tbatrniBans ele...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

THE TOxVOS AHD VICE. THE SUBSCRIBER would inform the citizens of Port Allegany, and the surrouhdirig- country, that he is prepared to,do all kinds of' ,'.-• ' :¦. ¦ :"'•.' •¦;•'¦' •¦ •'. ¦'. '- ¦'-.-'•;-.'¦'. '•.-'.- • ¦ ' '''. . BUAOKSMiTHING, In. all its differerit branches in a workmanlike rrianner, with promptriess.arid dispatch warraritedjip give: satisfaction- -J "-"."> WGON WORK & MILL IRONS, attended to in good;.style,, arid at reasonable rates., ;Particular;atteDtion paid'.to'...' --,'.' Hbf^" Shoeing,;.;.;¦ ..¦ . Frorn experiencein tbe.businessi entire satisfactionis guarariteedi .. .;".'J', D. OTTO. _ PortAllegany, March, 1,:1860. .NV'Bi All'persons;owing me, or having un- , settled accounts, are earnestly requested to'•-.''. call and settle the same without delay ; thereby saving cpst and trouble/ Ji.p.OTTO. ASTOR HOUSE. SMEXHPOBT, M'KEAS COVTSOY, YSSSL Wra. HASKELEi, V ;-: I'roprieto r qfjEGS leave; to "announce to the traveling JJcommunity and the pu...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

'¦¦ ¦¦¦'-' .':;:¦ ¦¦. -'Diei>; .;-.';.' .'¦¦ •¦' .¦.' : •In Smethport, 26th ult,i of inflamatipn on the lungs, Oba, infant; daughter of Miles Irons, agedlO months, and 19 days. ,''.;' In Smethport, 29th ult., of inflamation ofthe lungs, FnANKim Solqmoh, infant son of John C, and Alary Backus, aged about 4 months.

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

¦¦",i ¦^raSUE.ANCE J AGENCY.,, ,:,.';-; Kensington riisarance Company, Philadelphia . , ,.,0^,Capital~~~..". ~~;~.,-.,.. $100. 0.0 lFa»mer*s'-«iiI«» Insumiace Co., Alliens, Pa. '.. g»sh,Capital,-...,.-™-,-.:.~,-„„.,.„. jsoo.OCD Great Western Insurance Coi, Phlladelphln, Pa. « riSl*!1*? *m*,.v.'..'.v'.,;>;..'.;.,-.; ;.'. jijoou.ooo JWJs^Braittlijj (Mutual) took Haven Pa. ;; Insurances can be effected in the above responsible Stock'Companies by the subscriber. Any. communication addressed'to hiiri',;*at SmMbport,W., frill meet with promp attention. ' ..: . B. F; DAVIS, Agent. Smethport, Dec-i 9, 1858. '-'. '.'._;: [n40tf.j Ii%RK<fc ITLOTJR '.-''¦ WHITE PISH. AN^SkAD. , TALLOW ^T0ARINE ¦;: ;.;: '/ciA^iDM;89;:r ¦ /; viVAK&ANTED'TO STANDIN'HOT : '...; i .WEATHER, FORSALEAT ¦'/.'.'"'¦ ' ^>.;%RbWNELL'S. v''AUHIs.t.l8rl^.^;>. ¦¦' .;¦.: :' '>¦ JEFFREY'S, POHBLE-ACTING V sijCTiON & FORCE PUMP '."..'';'...-'..'.;„¦ 'with',.,'-. . ¦ .: '• '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

m- SPECLlt KOTICB TO 'AGENTS-' ' G. G. EVANS, having purchnsed.fhe stereotype plates, copyrights, etc. of the "Prince of the House of David," "Pillar of Fire," etc., would.-call the attention of agents to these truly valuable works. ¦" '„ ¦'. , , . 1 „' . The "PitiHOE of the House of David, is orie of the most popular arid best selling books ever published. :. OvSr 180,000 copies have been sold, and.it bidsfair to outrival the "Pll: grim's'progressi" or any other similar work. -The "Pillar of FiitE," by the. same author is new.m'eetirig with a rapid sale, over" 90,OOC

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

copies have,been ,spld.since, its. publication, and as a companion to the;«Prince'of the House 61 David," everyi'rea"der: of:that boot should purchase a.copy. '.',-,.-¦'. ¦','\',.:' '¦ .'•.-..! '.•ITUEREObBDS OP THE RKVOr,UTIONAJtI War" is a record of grriat ibterest and gives 'a-va'atl' amount.of information relative to the Soldiers of. the Revolution, and as an, invaluable.book bf reference, fpr thrdesceridants of its herpes, and all who are interested m Pension- CJaiitis,' Warrants, etc;?.'Atc. .,'...' ' '.'¦'.-''" : •-;-'¦ • .; The rnpst LIBERAL inducemeritsnrVOffered to'Agents, and.upbn' addressing ',the pubjfisKer; every information'ivijl be. given. '¦''"•'. ' SEND FOR A cATAtoottE. ' . Address r' fjEORGE G. EVAR'S.:" , • 42-(Jw 439 Chestnut-st;, Philadelphia. >

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

FOEES HOUSE w:Mmm00 John P. Euseell, - - - - Proprietor. : ¦ \':? - gi,^a^^n-..;y. ¦¦:; ¦ . f , WHOLESALE AMD ItETAIL DEALEtt IN '.; Oysters, Clams, Fresh Fish, Foroigri: an'1' Dp'-.. mes;tic Fruits. RLMIBA& MOFFAT'S ALE Kept constantly bri'hand arid for sale.by barrel or draught." '-.'!. -'. Oysters^-Stewed, Roasted, Fried, or Raw^ served at all hours. ,' ; X&~ Orders promptly attended to. '• j,' ' Jan. ,11, 1800;, ,'' '¦'¦¦¦' ¦*:'¦''¦¦ :';¦¦;. '.-' nau-'tf SMETHPORT WAGON AND SLEIGH SHOP. ON kEpHAKIC STEEET ISO.1, „ THE undersigned wo'qld respectfully' arinpunce to; the citizens of; M'Kean cpuhty, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of wood work in mylineof business, at ftort notice, in'a workmanlike" manrief, at reasonable prices. I feel satisfied that my work "will fully meet the requirement's of all'who will favor me with their patronage. '''•'¦'• .7 . 'Repairing prornplly attended to. on short notice. All kinds o( grain taken iri exchange lor work i als...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

i Mim, PBKEfftEGfltATOft 0^.j^d^ff^jfi$ ftioti tm- battery; of the idf the ;;"; <r^p. t'E:^:-!^-.;''.;.;; .;v EywY: GUN ^flUB^ ;S.,:: pR;YvCqap''$,.:\:': - boots, stiom $a,--4c, RETAILEP AT WHOLSALE -PftlCES.'-,. .:'c^E^piii:^ii!;T0Aix;:'';; AND NO DEVIATION. ''< ! rilHE , FaLOWING. LIST COMPRISES . J_: Some of^he bargains offered at the ' Orie Pried Regulatr—the JfammofA Score of Olean, which has becme so named for \henmtnes oj its Styles,' the bceMiicc and durability^ its Fabrics; tbe cx»eme: depression of-its- prices; the uniform cMjiyaf its 'talesmen; and Ihe unwavering intct{iy and untirihg'sneiyy of its proprietors..' .... ¦ ..'.¦.,, The Establishrapt which for five years has surpassed the DrfrGo0dsTrade;m every point of excellence; ari.p\0 this day stands unrivalled, unapproached. ad unapproachable .' : Read the List anijudgeWpr yourselves. ',- We wiil-Soit :|l \.\..7 '.'¦:.- '.' '• GOOD FAST COLLED PRINTS ...'•;. ,||; VFor-sIx pence jier Yard WeWil'l.Seli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 1 March 1860

STATElrfEST OF, fill! Wtitik. M'ICeari County Iok thf> y«Soo> 180& To di ters autstandlng ordinary Iss 16 l^^ag * 0| . .-l * on interest, * 14MT9 . 'Jutl^mtnt* Afainst tl a couotn ^-^— 3,18347 , Aa annt due late €omuk'r Jesbodjr, i i to OMsJiroWi, 4?St " Pavls, -«- S« Flertr Morse - IMifr i, ' ' Treuunr 1 arsoos IMffil 'ExceM 11 fwor of County r- ' 4i»»5 i 1 i *irs3i «i Cr. k Uj an ount J o Tram nlil Coll;ctnrs $ 430 AS ' froittC tl Ktors of 1MB, > 12S3SS" . Bu< fromtnseateilTaiiif jf) 4. 59 -»- 8 444 74 " < o ju inment n t •—„- 708 441 .'.' fru i Com tsstu mr Koyes -~~ fi50 $1I,!hI1 01 ltCUEIVTS Prom suited tax i r la 8 g 1)13 13 .From suntoil tin of \H>) ,»».- 2 412.!!) "¦' unseMoiltsx of 18.1H anil I960,',..—._. B530 ." -, latoC nmlssto er Store, W2I >*' Larat)ee s n to Wid -Excels of h\\ cuillturcs 3 g$6 3^ ; ' ^ l W 6JB 09 OHDEtt STATPSiFNT Amount outsUndloir J«n 11830 ~ S fi 1S122 " issue I lu l»oO, 0S1BO8 til 75iIo ...

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