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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 15 March 1860

^draaiTiistratbi''s Salfe. TVTOTICE ii ,h«teby;glven that* tb» t|nder-, 1>| signed; Administrators of the /Estate, ofj 0. R, Bennett, deceased, late, of Smethportj Borongh.in pursuance of anprderfromthe 0r| phan's Court bf: M'Kean county.; to-them direc| ted, will expose to sale or ;public vendue, at; the Court House, in Smethport, M'Kean county-, Pa., .'oh Tuesday,: the •t.wenty.eighth..doy/of-Februaryneit, at.'pne o.'clbck, P, ,M-,;of said day, the following real estate, tb wit;, ;'•¦¦ ..•£ ,-' All that piece or parcel of land'sit)»te.i.n the Borough of Smethport, M'Kean county and State of Pennsylvania, bounded an! described as follows, to Wit: That part of Sjuare numbered seventy-nine (7?)'in the gereral plan ol said tbwn,;within -.,the followingboundaries, . vizi; begihningat thehorth-west 6rner of. said square! thence east one hundred.and n'nety-. two (193) feet to the building no*, occupied by Levi Wells, (now occupied by/-.C. Backus & Co.,)-being.:seventy-tw...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 15 March 1860

! /PAPER HAHOIMGS DEPOT.'-. (No. lb. 'Cou.rtliiTid St. NeV'York; ''•" Directly opposite tht Western Hotel.. "i.< .' THE CHOTOKiJANOTAOTtrBIHO^^ COKPANT, ^Organized in 'isifi under the.^eneralManu, - facturing Law: ofithe State of New York.) . t-- Offers at wholesale; i.n quantities to suit pu^- thaserj, at Manufacturer's lowest prices, for Cash or.approv'ed credit:-^-; ' ' ' •¦•. f PaperHangiDgs, of every variety of style and ^Borders to ^atclii Fire-Board Piints. .-. . Transparent Window Shades'. 1 Oil PointeJ Window.Sbades;; •"'.. . Wide WiniloW Curtain Papers, and Window rJhadeEixtu'fes., '¦•¦'¦' " • ''.'T:;;',, .^ ;.'•„'' . Store Shades made to order and Lettered, Ofthe latest styles and superior finish; allot theil-own rbanufacture\and!importation. ,As their stock is large and entirely new, they invite Merchants, Booksellers, and Dealers ;in these-articles, to call ond examine.thcir styles and prices, whenever they visit the city..: PATENT POCKET 0(MN DETECTOR. ; JOR...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 15 March 1860

aooDs - '.' .". •'.'.'¦'¦•Af .;'¦; ',."..'''-,'.'' .•'•"'¦ •.'¦ ^YtOlVS REGULATOR. ¦4. ']y, Taylorhas ndtoia Store the largest Stock of NfeW-'stJ^MEtt'' :Gr<K)DS' ' Ever brought info this County, Presenting UNEQUALLED ATXRAOIIONS IN EXTENT, VARIETY* ELEGANCE, arid . BEAUTY °f design aiid coloring. ' mi|.f|i,:if;,fllfli4 ; "..' ..ARE HERE. ' iN"ow is the Time to Select, from'the Largest Stock and Purchase ... Goods while PRICES ARE PPWNI '•''"'¦ The Goods are Going Off lite HOT CAKES on a FROSTY M0RNIN8, And those who wish to make Choice Selections • SHOULD CALL; EARLY. '.'"'. FIRST COME, FIRST SiEiKYED His Immense Stock consists of :- DRY GOODS, '- • - - :¦'¦ ,<• ¦'¦ .In Endless Variety' , PARASOLS:AND UMBRELLAS,. READY-MADE CLOTHING, '';' ...'.'.'¦ '".;-¦..' :CLOTHS & TESTINGS, MILLINERY ..GOOBS, LADIES' DRESS PRINTS, :."'* ;.- : ' "GINGHAMS, LAWNS^- '.'..•; .;;'•• .. '. •¦'.LADIES! CHALLI 8c LAWN ROBES, Flounced, at $1....' .:¦.:' / '¦ .'•¦' DEBAIZES, a...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 15 March 1860

Somclhinff mVeic IN"''-' SM¦^.T.fi[FOIl,i,"! ':' , ' J. B. TAYLOR'S OLD FURNACE' iy-:Fy^;.JM^^.!; THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY; ANNOUNCE, TO THE CITliZENS OF:;'-.\-.; .: -;'/.. '-.-/¦ ¦ ;¦,- MKean .CoT-inty,:-' ¦• That they have located themselves at ¦ -:¦. '-. s'M-ET.BP.Oty.'J','..', . For the'purpose of Manufacturing ., 'PLOW^; SCRAPERS, SLEIGH-SHOES,# And in fact eveify thing; usually ^niade >t a >coii]vri^;.-rt^^-;.' Thorough exrier'iehce in thebusiness, warrants us in saying that we can furnish as ,. GOOD WORK, andatasHMSONABIE PBICES As'can be found elsewhere. Particular aliention will at all times be paid to ""¦ :'. ';::;''. : -jy O'BiiN':d's'.'v''; The celebrated/ FRANKLINVILLE and DUCHESS COUNTY IMPROVED PLQWS constantly on hand. • Farmers and others, give us a call. :'.-.-. .>¦'.. E. VAN DYKE & S. A. WING. .August. 9',, 1859. •;- HEW AGBICULTTrBAl 8ETXLEKEHT. ... TO ALL WANTING FARMS; A Rare opportunity in a delightful AND HEALTHY CLI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 15 March 1860

"HARDWARE: %#IWSi^^''»v?'>iV^'"^;J .V';Y';";'>'" ^{«ii^*lt^^«^r»''1 :?rK*&\ ^aving^;enlArg,ed MT^AciLmEs. Jlvit.tW'pidvSUndr;;¦;.;:.- ,/.:*.¦ ,";i' ^(H^M^8^9" :^^^^^^MS^!^?^: ^?5: y ^ W&:Mi^&?^.i&C For'keeping *or)stant1y bn hand a much larger * suprily *nd ¦ssortrhant of the hea.*y arti''elei of HardWJire, generally; kept by - :' the Jobbing Houses, and having ,: secured tha AGENCY of .';, many Mannfacturers;[ ' ¦' .' v-.: i" ¦''¦' includiris; the . - ,;-.' : celebrated . ;;:piffi^RlVJErR ;'NAIL^ WHEELER, MADDEN &, BAKfiWELL'S p::0^:J^^; ^^ Als^triose of WfetCH fc eRIFFiTHS and '¦'*.-,;1":.. .,' "other makers,- "... ' WIRBANKi SCALES,;,. - !;/ ECBBEEMiLMTHmpTIM ¦ -. STEWABrS (uneiwiW) POPULAR . ' GLASS. °ra^ ®'^» ^°r** an* Descriptions. I PiipppsE to Sell ALt \.:' THE ABOVE ARTICLES AT . Manufacturers' Prices. Also 1 propose, to sell at a small Commission, from my LARGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK.of-;¦:'; spiP^ In the selection...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

IBuainess JBivcctorji. ' . .... ¦•¦„,.&! Di.HAMXIH, •.:; Surveyor, Praftiman -Conveyancer,-'.and rflcal Estate ¦ Agent.'. Smethport, M'Kean'cmiatjr, T». ¦¦- -¦ - .'.'. ' b; F. WEIGHT,: Wholesale and nctail Dealer in Family'Groceries, Pork, Flour,' Salt, Feed, Hoots and Shoos, *«•, &"• storo In the A8tornouso.nl.oOl<,gmetl]p.ortPa.. .. .-¦ . ." •• -.-. a;n.taS&pb^ Dealer in Dry Good,,Groceries, Pork *>^""Vort -Keady-Mado Clothing; Boots ani Shoos. Smetlrport, 'Pa. •:• .•- ¦ WILLIAM WILKIN,: Practical1 Mechanic," Millwright. liridgo-'buiUer, &c, • Port Allegheny, M'Kean county. Pa. . • ¦ , - . J. L. BROWW, . SURVEYOR. DRAFTSMAN1. CONVEYANCER and Real-UBtate Agent: (Mice, Wllliamsville, Elk Co..,,Venn>a. Ohapin& Boyle,'-Esq's..,..,..;.. JW, £»• . Hon. Thomas Strutters,,.;. ••¦••••• Warren, .la. ' w: 8. 'Dromel!,' Esq., ....::~— Smpthoort, Pa. ¦ . Hon. A..I: Wilcox, .,;.,.~,^.~ ;Bnona.\)8ta. la. CAEVEK HOTTSB, v Jons n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

SOMEBODY'S SON. BY TW1MGHT..'... '. Somebody's son was vut last night, ¦¦"'¦'.• '; j Cruisingabout the town j. •:-•'. And.'if I^ mistakenot, ho was light, . "Tight as. a Derby clown." ' . I know he's consiilcreil a moral youth, ; .; Abovo suspicion,; bntthat ; .:• • ¦¦ > .-' Is no reason why, to tell the truth, .*. - '.*• He hacft't "a brick in his hat." Daylight morality often takes Strange fancies into its head, And "plays the'devil;" or "jumps up" snakes,? " When the public eye Is in bed. "My son can't dance," Somebody said, . "For never a lesson took he"— • But he.danced last night while you were .in bed, And "Twilight" was there tosee. ' ., you may call 'hdaming',,or hot, as you feel, Though for half an hour or more, He danced; or "jigged"? a "tangle-foot-reel,?' •". In front of. my office door. "¦'."•¦ ¦>: "My son can't: sing," Somebodyswears, ". . ¦ .. Titit he sung last nightj I. know, As hellish a song,^s.a demon dares • To sing in the regions below! "My...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

GOING SOME WITH THE GIRLS. The entrance into society may be said to take place immediately after boyhood has passed away, yet a.rhultitude take an initiative before their beardj are presentable. It is a great trial, eithcr.at a tender or.a tough, age. ,-For an.overgrown-hoy to go to a door, knowing there is a dozen girls inside, and to know or ring with absolute certainty thalnn two minutes all their eyes will be Upon him, is a severe test of courage. To gp'before these girls and make a satisfactory';tour of the room without stepping on their toesi and sit down and dispose of one's hands without PJjAJiiE them; in one's pocket, is an achievemeffr^vhich few boys can boast. If a boy can go so far as to measure off ten'yards of tape with oneof the girls,'and cut it short at each end, he may sfan'd a chance tb.pass a pleasant evening; but let him ndt Mat. tqr himself that nil the trials of the evening are ever. There comes, at last; the breaking up. The dear girls don their hoods...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

A SPECIMEN Ot Ati AFEICAiST '"..•• ¦ ¦;.. BtrLEB. '"¦ _•;'"'.,,.,'.. A correspondent of the Boston Post? writing from Badagry.'West Africa, under they date of September 27th, gives the following character-, istics'of an influential gentleman of^jAfrica: "Dahomey is governed probably by the most tyrannical monarch in the .whole world.; .His word is law, and whoever thwarts him loseiihis head without the le«s|-ceremony, btil I must.say that it is the laasfjgoVorned country that I have seen in Africa. He inking o( the most powerful and warlike people.^^o'q.; thisV^Wnft tinent, anoVis^continually engaged in hostilities against! the smaller and .weaker tribes, to ob. tain prisoners^ maityW'WhiomraTesolrl asaliveir and large, numhers are offered as sacrifices upon the death of any; favorite of his majesty.-r-While I was ai Wbydah Vie offered up 300 victims nt the funeral cerembirtes of one of hischiefs.. At the death of King iQuzo, who died last .November; 800 captives', were .kille...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

A FAIR BUSINESS TRANSACTION. ' We print, in another column an extract from a Natchez'paper, describing the circumstances attending, the sale of jifty-six slaves, which were disposed of at auction in -Mississippi, on account of the Rev. Dr. Potts; pastor of the University place Presbyterian ehurch in this city. It seems that the reye'rentl Doctor held fifty-six slaves as security for the principal and interest 'of a .mortgage, and that they/were sold at auction to satisfy his claim. This is a fair husiijess transaction, and probably. Dr. Potts was so horrified at the idea' of'having anything to do with slaves that he, like many other Northern- theoretical abolitionists who come into possession of that kind of property in some unexpected way; sold his niggers Jit the earliest possible opportunity. Our Southern cotemporary blames Dr. Potts for selling negroes in 1854, and preacping an abolition sermon iu 1859 ; but it must be remembered that, like most anti-slavery people, he. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

THE SHOEMAKERS, STKIKE AND THE MA^IIFACTUBiaS' STBIKE. ' The. shoe' manufacturers!'.of Massachusetts,' have held a meeting at HaverbiH, and resolved to "strike?'—in other words,, not to listen to the. complaints of the labor "strikers'? or yield to1 their demands,...So that capital can strike as, well as labor. :.. ;]' •^his movement is now assuming formidable dimehsions, and there is no saying what will 6e*its extent hereafter,. or where it. will stop. A mass meeting.isto.be. held here fo-rnorrdw evening to sympathize with the strikers, and raise subscriptions to enable them to hold out against the capitalists who refuse to pay them Waacaby'which;,the»fca7i keep body and soul together. Meetings pn..tnis.fre$ labofquestion havebcen held in Philadelphia,' and eyenTin Indiana, and the movement will extend to every Northern State, and: to, other trades besides shoe'making. It will also affect commerce an,] every -..description', of business. Nor does it make any difference what t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

itt'licau Olbxmtia JUicmcrcrat. '•'• VUB^ISHED EVER"* THUBSdAY.MORNING, "-\_ By J. B.;OYIATT, 'SMETHPORT, .M'KEAN' CODNTY, PA. OFFICE, 8. E.COBNER OF PUBLIC SftUARE. . ,, - 'xEBMS: - - - - '-W 6" in Advance. . .-. ..Bates Of Advertising. . ;iOolnn.n oneyearU..---.—.-:'•.•-«r.-•.--»««» % ",!. ¦ ' iiIIM""..-.' •;.„„_„:,..-1200 1 * ' i<:'"' six,jrionthB....:»:::.-.- ..'••• ¦¦]¦ '^00 1 it ... i* a,.„w/ -;v., ;•....1300 . •oio Square of 12 lines or less, 3 Insertions,'.,....'.;. ¦ 150 ¦ "Kaoli »ul)Se.quent,i Insertion,.* .„„..„„.-.... £> Business Cards, with paper, _..;.... ••'¦ •.-'-• •- • • •-• •' ° "u "ilale or agure work will be .double the .above rales. Twolve lines .Uroyier type, or eight, linos nonparoil, u> . rated a square. " ... ;'. ': '^. - .' irr-lheje Terms will bo strictly adhered to..i^i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

Thii'i'al' cii:'ii«i<li."Bifo'iue;'V ''"'¦ fto read the, bpiibsitipn pan'ers.'i.hov>Mi;days, o'ri^wp'uiil .sujjp^se the^c faijnfii!? prganikatiot'orgahiEatibnjas the knb~w> noittn^parfy.^l'-AreaVwho took..soljnin'oath'8..fo prbscriife foh'ign-borii^cit.izerisiand .Catholics', arelrioiv.'proliite in.their laudations of them, •afi<l,>diligent,iri their efforts • to^brebti the , imiprpfsipri that the.Dembcrais were i never, 'their friends ! This was predicted, it is. Jrue, yet,-it required considerable credulity' to* bSlIeVe.that it Would be atteTiptediere the bloody,footsteps bf k'npwhathingism hid been effaced. Thous ands of good-men, who once-belonged , to that orjjariiihtirjrj, now opeijy repudiate it, and are faithful and prpir^inaht/member'ii of the ¦pemocratipjparty. iBut.there'areimfny others who ostensibly have rio'cohn'oetioii with kriow'nolhtrigism, yet.'areythe .chp'seri champioiis of its leaders", and;, therefore dare riot .condem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

-• The Railroad; Toll Bill.passed .the N. Y. Assembly, nn the 9th,by a' vote of 81 tp-33.'• V v " ~~ -',. > :^m i;. t^r' ' ¦¦ , ' —~—-—r- • •' . Bpats commenced. ma)ti.ng regular' trips oh the Hudson, on.the.Sth inst.'... '. -' '; /Attention.is.calledtp the card of Dr. B.. S. Goulti, of. Pdrt Allegany... . ^-i~7 . . i' , m^-^, * ¦ =. 1 — r ' .'The election in New.Hampshire has rpsii!ted in a. Repnblicaii.triumph, by a majority of •1,000. The vote does pot vary much from last year. ¦' ¦'¦ ., 'I ..'. '• .. ' ¦ ;.. Mrs'; S.vRAii KiNft, "who suffered, beastly outrage'at Jamestown','- riot long- sine'e'r it is.r sn.id die,d, recently at .the residence ¦ of ' her. father, in Franklin, Pa.:, ; ¦ . •-''¦ '.Maiu CbNTnAOTOns.,, Those-who wish^'tp propose:bids-for Mai|;.service cannot.delay longer, ss their pSpers are required to be in. Wash, ingt'on thelast of next week- -,.' „ ...' The Cilisai editor last week;,,-pnhIishei. an article from .the Warren Lrdger, which was intended ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

a«^m,aW*|f«»»W«,Bli—WlllWMIM»III^IWIW »ll«llllMil IWHWI ---r^r '¦ -:;'¦-'/•'!,";,-. .:,L -—T-^-r—' r ;.'.<™e bav baivss bhioutly. ..'flie,i'ising.,s'un pf.the campaign of 186(1 is jtist lighting.up/th'e-Eosternhpriitun,' .and shedding its; -.invigorating rays bv^r.-the;"whole. terigfh and hreadth,ofa great and«:prosperous; nation. The political contest, no vy'about'commencing, is one of unprecedented importance—.Involving riot.only: tbapreservation, perpetuati.on.antl frare'rnity bf^lijs Coiilederatipii, in a great measurej'biit'tlio'-questibn a's to WHeath.c'r' the fun-Alame'ntal. lavy v"f |he.laijH-7-'th,e"'Cpristiiution . of the'. United States,—with ull its.yui'icd bbliga. -lions and guaroiiteii;?,.shall :be handed'.down to posterity ¦ perfect arid -unshorn/is oiir ¦ "Father? gave it to up; or whether blind fanaticism shalj be permitted to -construe its. .provisions • just. exactly, to suit'its.owh fancy,- eyeii 'though..:;it be.tbthe total exclusion of. every'ratio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

'¦'<¦¦ illo'Rcnubiitniia Perplexed. • The Republicans are, confonrided at the result of the'Aeadlng; Cc%e'htibn." They confident! yiantiefpated;that the Convention, could not harmonize the elements of the Derripc'ratic p"ar(yi arid that the same causes which contributed tothe success.ofthe Republican ticket in the elections of :1858.;and .]839 would again assist- them to a victpify in- 1800. They believed, the.Dernocracy to be-hopelessly divided and distracted bcyoriif the possibility of.'recorii cilidtion.'. The more sanguine expectediiri explosion-at-Reading'.'.wh'ile cooler heads .at tfie lrer'y. least expected such a riomiiiation or such a plaaform as Would ilieyitalily produce disaffection or coldness ariiong a large division, ol the .Democratic party. ¦ The sceiie.s which transpired at Readinif.were"furthest frqm their thoughts. ' They, had soipng'Tegarded'the'diviijon of 'fhe.Democratic .party as '.past healing, that the news of the unanimous, hearty, and enthu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

¦ The Curtin has Fallen. \ The Curt.ih stock has g6rie..do*A-h. at least five hundred per cent since the nbmi.nation'.Of Gen. Henry <D~, .Foster.. There is.not a Democrat—not'eveirooe,. who occasionally votes the'ljeinocr'atictichet, that-we'know of. who is oppos. ed to Gen.'Foster; -Not a'press in.the State that', reflects Democratic . sentiments- in any s-hade that is not for,Foster—not an • Old -Line Whig, whofeels the weight of: the "irrepressible conflict" party, led out by old John Brown, who i0"not supporting the General. All wings of the- Democratic party wore made one at Reading^-the party was then and there brganizedT^the lines'.formed, encircling the. State, ivitKout one broken iink.' ¦¦ ' Andrew Gregg Curtin, who led 'off in his party in IS-li in.support,of the Know Nothings ^~ promulgated -.abolition doctrines throughout the State by'letters and speeches and feathered his nest in the Gubernatorial- term of Pollock from the sale of the public works to the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

ucpuulican Papers Dying Ont I It is announced that the National JJr-a'that staunch anti-slavery organ at the federal capi; tol, whose founder was -the real father of-'Republicanism in this country, Is, about' to die.-f-Two numbers more.completes its orbit; It was really a very'respectable and excelleht'literary journal. The widow of Dr. BaileyJis left without atiy, means in the woild, and w; ith a large family of small children tosupport. The print, jng will, it seems, riot have enough in it;to make any kind of a dividend,] and so the Era must die. Surely the Republicans aregrateful! The Washington Republic, which was trum'pt-•edto.'t.he' world.some months-ai/icei.'8*. tye great central organ of Sewardism.is also dead.! It died from ?hoer, want. The party woiild'ht " support it, and its' publisher arid editor announces'tbat, with the loss of $25,q00 in money, rind all hjs patience, pluck and patriotism, he reiires a wiser'if not a. better man. Republicanism w.e:f«nr will' not ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

Ddmodratio Nomination; .'.-:' '':'¦¦;'- Fpn Governor,.' V ' . ' -']•;, >'HENl^:;^:''F6STfiK^ .!¦• '; ;o;F'WESTMORELAND CO;.;' ¦" ' ' PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS; . .''.¦.;-'.'',,•...•.. AT LA.1IOK : '..-,;..-¦ Ocri; Gcorje, BI.' Kelin, JIpii. Richard Voui. EtEGTOUS,' '¦ ,; ¦ •',.'. .'.1 ,Freiierick,Server.. 1-1 J. Reekhow.' - ..: Jj'Wm.Cl Patterson', 15 Geo. Jackson, f3 Josi. Crockett; jr. 18 J.H. Ahl, ... 4. j; G.. Brenner.-.": i.l' t J. B, Danner. "'•"'. a J. VV. Jacoby.: 18i'Ji'"R. Crawford. . 0 ehafles/kc'lley.. 19 H. N;.Lee. '-'.-'--,7 0. P. James. '20 J; B.'Howell. ' ;.:.8.',Pa'vid'Scholl'. .'--. ., 2t"N'::P.'' Fett'efirinh'. ?9"J. L. Lightner. ' 22"'Sn'mtiel"Marshall; 10 S. S. Barber. - . 23 William-Boolj. il'T.-H; Walker. , "; 24 B.p.'Hamlin. '.' " 12.-S. S;-Winchester., -25";.GayIprd Church.-.- :. 13 JdsephLnubach. .'; , -

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 22 March 1860

¦: Stirring New* from Mexico ! New-York, Marck 21. ', The news frotn Mexico, via. New Orleans, shows that ;t.he - intervention »f." the.'.United States.in'the civil wars, in,Mexico, is no longer a-possibility but,'.a fixed. (a,ct! The .drift, of things,has been powerfully;in thft' direction'for S.long while past, and the act, row, it is presumed, will '..create' but little, surprise-in. the mind of, the. intelligent-..observer of passing events, . The authenticated facts, arethat General Miramoncomriiericed active, operations on the; city of Vera Cruz, on the 5th-;. that on the evening of the. 7th, an .attack, y.-as.made, in force ; that "this attack was . "repulsed by the Liberal's ; thatr/ee steamers General Miramom and Marque? iii the service of, the .Church' Party, were captured-by the United Slates naval for-, ces, cu\4hdve arrived at JY/to Oilr.ansi as A' meri-. can prizes, in charge of'Lieiit. Minoi i These are a)l. the particular's at- han'', but meagre, as.they are;.t...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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