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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 29 March 1860

' .»-v ,'; ' •'¦¦Cf O O^0Sl^0~ '••'.'.:.' .'" :.':- ¦'-".:at':;;-./,••.'.'¦•''..: :¦,'¦: TAYLOR'S KEGliLATOH. A:-N.-Taylor ^ Ttas.v' oio in Storb the . • " ¦' .'Largest 'Stock, of ' NEW '$l)'MMER'v:GOOI)S ; Everbrought into this Comity,'Preicntiifg¦• tiS'EQUALLED ATTRACTIONS IN '.".', EXTENT,. VARIET Y,:.ELEGANCE, .and. BEAUTV of design and coloring' . mmwi-mmm .'...- ARE-HERE.' '.-..".•" -ISTpw •iS".the':,| 3?iine".".' To-Select, from the Largest Stociand Purchase ' ¦ \ ' Goods ivliile ¦' ¦ ' PRICES ARE DOWN! -. The Goods' , are Goiiig .Off likd HpfCAKES^ a FROSTY MORNING,, And-those u'ho wish to ihaka,: ' ¦¦ ¦' _ ¦' _ ¦ ¦'. ': . . "r . • . ¦¦ ',. ,' .'CJhoiCe^Selegtions" •¦'. /".SHOULD CALL EARLY. :. FIRST COME, l-'lli-S'T SKRVKD. His Ijnmcksc fitocl: consists-of PRY GOODS, ,///¦ Endless .Variety. ¦" PARASOLS'AND UMBRELLAS; ".. ... READY-MADE CI0THING, ... "'"' ;¦ CLOTHS. & VESTINGS, ItHLLIXEHY GOODS,'- : LADIES' DRESS PRINTS, ' .;"¦'." ¦'"-"'¦ ,, '.''• ' "-GINGHAMS,...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

AN INDIAN LEGEND There is a quaint tradition existing omong the Indians of 'the Norlh-westy' in connection With the show,peaks of Mounts-.Baker, Huncr,: St.Helenynna HopJi.of the Cascade, range o1 the Rocky Mountains. The. tradition is as follows-:',' . .'¦.'•¦'¦'.. -." . ,.'¦ ' The lofty peaks, wore; supposed, when the world was young; to be Tyees—Kings—of the lesser mountains of their respective, districts. Here they ruled.in kingly grandeur, receiving from their subjects such homage as is. due to great chiefs, and in themselves acknowledging no superior except the Great Spirit: For ages their reign was an uninterrupted scene of peace and happiness. Seas, lakes, and mighty rivers bathed their feet, and their sides were clothedwith evergreen forests. Here the-'beasts and fishes roam in primeval bliss, fearing neither the hunter nor the fisherman;.for man was not yet here.. But.in time, like nations, discord arose among them.. Each, chief assumed ,;the quarrel of his objects...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

Cotton and American Slavery The importation of cotton, into this country has,,since the import duty was'abolished,'increased sixteen-fold. Haying been 83,000,000 lbs;, it Is now. 1,000,000,000 lbs.: This is one of those giant facts which stand head and shoulder?highbr than.-the crowd'^sp high and so broad that we can neither overlook it nor affect.not to.see it. It proves the existence of a thousand smaller facts that must stand under its shadow. It tells of sixteen times as many mills, sixteen,times as .many . English families living by woiking these mills", sixteen times as' much profit derivedfrpm sixteen times as much' capital engaged in this; manufacture.. It :carricsofter its sequences increased quantities of freights and insurances; and necessities for sixteen times the amount of customers to consume to .bur profit, the immense amount of produce .we are turning out. There are not many such facts as;these arising \a the quiet routine of. industrial history. It is so la...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

.. Tisehendorf's Great Discovery. . ¦ : i he bt. Petersburg correspondent of the London Daily Telegraph, who has seen in the Imperial.Library of. that city, where they are on exhibition, the interesting and valuable Biblical -manuscripts .discovered,by Prof. Tischcndorf, speaks of them thus : "The most interesting feature in the exhibition is 'the very oldest Greek manuscript of the Bible extant, a document of the. utmost moment, andbespeaking the gravest. attention of the whole Christian Church. -Besides the valuable arid important contents of. the Old Testament, of the same text as that used by the apostles^ in their quotations, the manuscript contains the whole, of the New Testament.— The various European libraries all possess many -manuscript.copies of.'the. BJbje, ;but not .a sin-' gle one of. the few written before the tenth century that contains all 'the [flew Testament..— The two hitherto regarded as the-oldest and most complete, ami held, is'the highest estimatibn ^ a...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

FIDELITY . . Never forsake a friend. When enemies gather thick and fast around'; when sickness fallshcavy on the. heart; when the World, is dark atd cheerless; this is the time to try true friendship. The heart that has been, touched with true gold, will redouble: its efforts, When a friend is/sad and in trouble. Adversity tries real friendship..; They; who turn from the scone of. distress, or offer reasons why they should be excused from extending aid and sympathy • betray their hypocrisy, and: prove that 'selfish motives only;'prompt and move them, .If you. Have a friend who loves you ; who has studied you^ interest, and happiness ; defended -you when you were persecuted arid troubled; be I >ure to sustain him in his adversity. Let him feel that his former kindness, is appreciatedand that-his friendship was not .'lavished upoir you for naught., Real fidelity'may bo rare, but it exists in .the heart. They. only, deny ' its worth and power; who .haVo never loved a fri...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

THE FATHERS Wonhlngton on the Undergroand Railroad'.' - The Republicans frequently quote the f«th: ers of the?cbuntry as-bppMed to the principle of the Fugitive Slave Law, notwithstanding that lawhad the; signature of .George Washing, ton J; They also declare, that Washington was opposed to the;surrender of;Fugitive slaves, and opposed to regarding slaves as property. The following letter is;, a .sufficient refutation to every one of this class of. accusations:— ; . ..- WAsiutiaTON TolnonKnTMORiits. ; -; -.-.'> Mount Vernon, April 12thrl780.'. Dear Sir:—I give you. the trouble of 'this letter at the.instanco.of Mr. Dalby of Alexandria, who is called to Philadelphia to attend to what he conceives to be a vexatious law-suit respecting a slave of his*, whom a society of Quakers in that city; formed for «uch purposes,: have attempted to liberate, ; The merits of the case will no dptibt appear on trial. . From Mi Dalby's statement of the; matter, tywbufd seem that this socie...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

THEHEAKT | Few people hold close commqnibn with their own hearts. It is« terrible thing to ^estiqd it continuously— sove,rely—and feel the truth of its replies, wrurigput fraction by• frsjctlon tm the questioner sees himself revealed arid hrAtfJ hied at the rbvelatioriV ; #here ,l»;-fa^'mors of profound and far-reaching knowleSga than most men are willing to rferceive, in the e^els matlon of the'Royai Psitlmist, ••Th'e¦ htart"it deceitful above, all. thirigsj and.aespeiwlerr wicked." And yet man heed not bivatatViiiaY It is bedause'they dare not learn the trutb--they fear to know themsetvei. We ill'•hairs)' this fear. On a lew occasions I Have, torn thai mask away, and looked oh the nakedness of Hi neart-but have shut my eyes, and ffiasl to" cheat myself into the belief that there was IW devil there/ It is not a very difflcuft matter to know more, of our neighbor than ourself/ fot wo do not fear to study him. Wo read hi* a« an open, book, and-althbiigh we cannot pry closely ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

.; wpnmy mwsw. .';¦'• PUBLigllED ETBItY- TUnitSDAT MOItNINO, ;'. ¦¦ ¦ ::¦ ¦ ¦ ^ ,;;.;:.-.BjX.B;:OVlATT,"; '' \ 'Y-"' - ! : SMETHPORT, M'KEAN CODNTY,, PA. OPFICIV 3. E. COltNKI.tOF. PUBLIC SQnAItB. -TEEMS: .:.'..-.-.;.-;$i fib in Advance. •- }¦ Kates of Advertising. ¦ 1 Column'oue'vbar.*.-'— — — •'--?—•*——vi-.—Sn.'J 00 ¦ ¦ ¦ %¦ '" "• " A„.:.-..; ;„„ 2000 X : " •¦ ''^u_i.;..i^-. ; . __i. . „ ..: aano • 1 " •' nix months.•«•-, .'..-.-.-.-...:.;'.' 2000' . y, .." '.< ."_-..'.......,-..'.;...: :..la.oo OnosfiuarpofllJlineaqrle'ss, 3 insertionfl, ; 150 ¦ Kdch.Hubaoquont ipfiertfbn,-*.. —.«;-.-«^. — .... ii!i' .. •' UnHinosHCft'rdBywith'pnpor,......;. >..;.-....,.....;.fi 00 -ltulo be;figure.work-wftl lm double tiio,above rates. -.- Ttrelvo linos, Jlrovier-.type,' or eight linos nonpareil','Is i • - rated n square; ¦ * . . • ¦ ' ' ... ID^'flioBo Terms will bo Btriolljrodhored to.'^J .' Sttsintes JUiMrto*!); . ' ¦ ''' " '' - , - ¦ • - -- - ¦ •»" : • — A. D.HAMLIIT, ' Snryeyb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

¦ ~Y~Z °vx ^^U^S0krr^-~^^T- ¦ • w°.«o't'oW—^eyory mS&tfift^^ four grand-parents, eight, ereat-grsnd-..parents,,'¦'• sixteon great great-graiiii Mteiiti, &e; jf; Wa ¦ reckon thirty years to a"-gwentioji, iail iWr^; on t.he above series to the time ol the Normart eonrjuest, It will be founil tjiat each one of W , mint have had at that period no less than 33,-uOO.OOOoi: ancqstors. NqWj malting illtjne »<- lowancesjfor crossing the genealogical Jin'esV ' and consequently for the same person/ beirtgirt i many or the intersections, still {tnia #ill re^ mainrf nuiribcr^^unlicient*iita\ p>;l*l.kfflmty the, whqjo Norriian aijq! Angl^aion ra'i' ofe; ' Vrhatoveri therefore, was then .noble/a^HloHi, •r prirre'ely, or everV^{ngly, stands, somewhere''.' m the Urie ,of, BiWestry.: Each man 6jf the \]fi^i^y a»y ^..*li^isatMt-\ot^l^-i had'noit only earfi but even"crowned' heade : arnorig nis progenitors. And alio'''fcijvwe be./; almost assured thai the higfcitft...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

^^^m^mm^m ma^mmm &^Mk&i^i^kmMrt,^ ^mSguS^^^^^^^' ^¦^^^i^W ^pwRiiSife^sP^^ ^S^^R*i!)fiP^.^V.^-j^ ':h#as ||gf^|||^ji^^ ^^3^f*»^^'i^^^#'^'^E^3^' ', i?¦?*«^?K*?!"*-^?a0ya*a>" prion |i|fj&)iM%«!$^ largo ex,: of ;J^r^c^i^d^hq^fioW:'^Ke;. yalua- fa'ctiye ^f^lii^^ :: !fficatiVdVj^fcstfiiJ^at^ri edriy diiy,"'arid..like C-q'm-/^^fis^&einHetffefe: Ve'ry 'county'; in^this W^M^fi ^ftirt^'^V'vjvy;.--;*--.- '¦ ¦ .'¦ /.:;, ;;'" fe^«4 ¦mti*iP$y-> * • ':'¦-:¦: ¦¦.'/•;" ;;ftS;|f^#:.;Wi/^^ f&iW&^i^^ '.'k#JrOTY6nTi^ Henry -¦"¦'•'¦ ASsM#e*i»™n^&' 'B^'t **''"^U1^m"^,<! *i V;;';;:'-^*®%,qaermani'Cliiir,les JV-'rCarriaan, --'•rjU.bWM%a*^ifl' ff«M"JP!.;Clery.,:H«gh .'Barf, '¦:'. ^'XJtb'^iMo^bW^cF'ad'dan, X C.Cef-. Y' tjS'ltWry%iinlap,^tephWt): Anderson, C, M> i/; ; i^BlvSK'l|««|Lwthf:F,' P/iyTageei ;Jo.hn.;. R, ':•-; .'.-CniaMicl^tfeo/1iiilkVE. ' C.: Mitchell, Pahisl •;\ .-jaio^^i'''^"-;;/:^..';."' -''v'/; ,;' ':¦':. ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

Mj,„^* m*mi.m*^"i^zZiJJFzmriZ!iz:J^SS. T ;' — ..;¦;>'¦/'v'':..;4yMUt^^ ''-..»'•;.'•".; ^.¦"¦ ./X|ie:..Philadelphia'. Press, of lost Tuesday,; ^ libli^hed;»Uynopsis. of- the.^Repoit Pf¦ Hon; S6tffAfH'jiSln'^Cb«irm'ittnf'i «li.:inye«ti8ttt'ing. r Commfttei|b ih.eJNKtininaV. House -ol;Repre-, 4nT»tlv^i)-i%^ CoVjriilfuSiWcndel^bcfpr'e Itbe *a,me Committee. We' hi|fe read these.; document'sycarefuHy^ana in-siifi^eil*tice.rnUstAa:y .thati so\far,as. th> ^r,esi'd'erit;iKc'o.nqefnedj;.t,heyshq,w'now committed1: or'coiintenince'd tiy, him..:' On the 1 contrary, it is.clear'ly'derrionstrate^ that, with 1 immense resources at his contrdl.'rind.with ev-!ery iriduccment held out to cause him'to .apply " these resources for purposes Calculated to ben fit the.'corrnor.a'nts' which surround this and all other'Admii>istr»tio'ns,.he has preserved a (Sin and hVnerableVecord—one that his friends need riot.;b]usti to.giyerto.the public, -' '- ¦ .. . ..V ': There are men.in W...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

. -, The Jtieelslntlye Record,. The State, legislature have-mucn trpuDie, with the printer.:oithe\t .'Legislative Record. for which they contract, to jiiy seven dollars per page;.b'ut,which is so.:managed:,ais to cost a much greater,:sum, The Committee appointed to investige the matter reported to the, Senate on Monday, that the cpntr'actor, Mr. George -BERpNEE,- of the HarfisbuVg T«f«^yop/t , haden-•tireiy disregarded his contract, filling the ••Record" witb,dead:hrid';unauthorized matter, for which hu.bad be'ert paid by the State'' four, six, eight; and eyqb'nine times, at the rate of seven dbllari per'p'age". .They say :— ; ; ."Frorn the beginning of th'e>present session to the'ti'tb of March, inclusive,.live by.iid.red ami thirty-six; pages were . published, while up ;to thesame date in; the; J ear.1859, bnlythr.ee hund'red.and ninety-six pages were'issued, making an excess in .the present year of one. hundred and forty pagea. A large number.of public and private ...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

«^»Ayiw™'^-,---^—— :-~:-=z—.y..,—. itl^icau €gtiittj) IJenvfttyat: ¦.>'.' V;/:; TMurBday; AjxU 5,1860,\ . •',.-; ,:S. M. PETXENGIIL &C0'S . /' ; ^A.DVEUTISIJla. ABENCY-,. '¦' . ...,:. ho.N/lsiaii Street, iVVu> l*brl-, anit 10.'Stats St.'Bolton Bi M. PBTTrttfUIiJ, '&. CO,,nri)i tlio Agents for the li'KBAS Dbmocba'I' and. the.innBt'lnRu'cnlUl ani larROst elrcutetliig Ncwsnapers in the! UnitiVd'SwteH anil the Caharlis; They are authorised- to eontraot. fur us at uur low'ont rated. .- . -. .-, '." ";'• , '¦ / - '~ ' ¦ : ¦ " ¦ ' "'-',' 'IT- .',./'Democratic Nomination- .v.; Fblt QOVEENOB, .'.--,' -'' : .; HElNHt:':i)-FQiSTERiv /.: '¦'•' OF WESTMORELAND CO. .' . ' .':'. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.: . ..- .AT LAUOK: •' .,, '; Gen. .George M> Kctm, IIoH..rticiiiird'.VquX, ¦1,.'-,,- ;: ';¦,' electors;' -'¦... ¦', ' ; ¦"•"• ¦ . ¦ .:"-•¦: i: Frederick Server. .:M J. Reckhbw,, .'> ,. 2 Win. C. Patterson',/I5,:.Beo'. Jackson. ,, 3 Jos. Crockett,, jr.- 1...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

:/.Sl?MBtiaY fc Eliftt"/,''1 ;; ;' :";:.'•'" /'I -, The'great and all-absorhing (topic ampngall J classes of cbnimunity is "whst'is"thje/prospect of the Sunb'ury and Erie Railrpa-di"/: .'»^iil.the Legislature grant the relief/tfeq,Company ask, forV thereby. eniVabling it-to--complete the irpad; oii which socially '(lepends .^be.lMeire'sts of a large porjtion of the State,.: When We'consider hbW Jong and patiently We have borne our per" tion of.the burthens'that oppressed, the. "Old Key«tonei'J: without'any. direct advantage from. the State Works, we-'have,, a-right at this'day, (when-Railroadsand Canals are no longer ari experimerit)to asksuch assistance for -.his great workf ls willcorriplete and equip the, road.— And the.aesistance asked for is-simply to give to the parties who are »nqw ready to furnish three rnillioris. aqd a-holf qC.money fpr .the compietibnqf; ,lho road,, thereby making the State.the second creditor.! -.'The company ;are not asking the State to give one c...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

' .CUBTIIV I-ECTUItE." , We have some individuals amongst us who are taxing their brain to-its utmost capacity for argumen.ts-to justify Mr. Cijrtin, and his friends, for the course they took to defeat"-the hill for the relief of the S...&.E.-Railroad.— They affect to see an.especial interposition 0' Divine Providence, in shape of. Mr. Curtiii who has saved the State from being moftgogod to a Foreigner, or a'Fqie'ghGovernirierit, they don't know which.' it. is indeed lamentable, to see men so bqund in party, harness that they will sustain rrieh who have been mainly instrumen tal in striking a death blow to the very enterprize they have grown gray in expectaiion pi seeing perfected) end now, when the S. &. E* Railroad is yvithin six or eight mpnlhs of completion, it is suddenly brought to a stand still for no better reason than to advance the pros, pedis of the Cap'ain of the Republican host, and some of his friends. And.yet we have men among 11s who imitate t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

Fuller Pbrticulcrs ot the .late' TroBsactibns:/.«i Vcr.n Crux. : ;riiE hews *-noM.NEtty.'CRU*i-r-Ti'ii.>*tii-*'.sxiSAi-,. ¦'•,'. ¦'.- EKS'AT TUB BAR,'.,''-..¦¦:•"-• The two steamers captured by fhe/lihited' States-sioop-ol-wof Saratogo.bn the Mexican cbast,:and brought hither as prizes, sailed from Havana on the 27th «lii; The Marquis-de.la. Hahaha is repor'ted'by the Diariode la Marina to have cleared a Spanish vessel ^ the General Mariamqn'as a Mexican. Theyboth cleared as merchantmeiii rior does it appear that at; the. time of the clearance that- they, hud ..materials, of war art board. .',and,,l,h'is'is- 'stated. Iq .us 'on good.authority, Irqm H.ayana to havebeen'tlie fact. ' The guris, ammunition',.storps Sec., were taken oh board afterwards; Of Ihe former, each steamer had'six, twelve and twenty-four p»undersyor twelve in all; stored below. As to-the amount of stores and amunition,-we'have- only the general.statement that.'bojh Vessels/were deeply laden: ¦ -•'....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

-' • ' ¦ 1-PEATH ! ! t ;, -. To ox-erj- foi-rri and dpeoiea of -: /.VEEMINi-•ifjostar's". ."••' "Cbstar's" ^ati Eoaoh, &c; Exterminator ''CortEr's** -¦' ¦ "Cdstar's" Beti-bug Exterminator. "Costar's" • "Costar's" Electric Powfler for Insebis. •¦ '. 'DESTHOyS INSTANTLY .'•/"'..--.-. Rats—Roaches—Mice—Moles—Ground Mice-Bed Bugs—Ants—Moths—MosqueloaS—Fleas —Injects bn , plants, .Insects on animals ^ &c, &ci—in short; every form nnd'species.of ,•-; VERMIN.. ..--•.-10 Years established in New York city—used by the City Post "office—the city Prisons and Station Houses—the,city Steamers, Ships, &c. The city Hotels' "Astor,","St Nicholas," &c, \ and more than 20,000 private famUiss X^~ Druggists and Retailers everywhere -sell ¦nern; . .' '. . CEr" Wholesale Agents in all the large-Cities. (fcResuiar sizes 25c. 40c and $1 Boxes—Bit tie's—Flasks. , .-".,"''...' ' ¦ /• • 03" !;! ! Beware 1 11 of spurious.init.atibns.-7 K*mino each Box, Bottle and Fla...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

V tIsT OF IETTES TK-mnliAi" iii the PostoHibe nt Smethportat the BSoTOe«»°rt« ™alD«B'nrch -??«* 1860> Allen SaW',/' Lansori H. Backus Sfci'nei. .'. Murphy Wm. Benedict miopstcr Martin Allen H'.. ' Conklin^Y p. / Nestler.H.. Croudb MrAM. A. Starkweather Mill L. Curtis DariiV ¦ • Stiidor Anthony Furgeson PaVick ;.. Stanton Mrs. Martha HowIandR.'A .Tome Mrs. Jennie ¦ / Howard E,'M\ ,' /Williamson Willoclc'/ Hildreth FranW ; Waiter's T." B, Persons enqiring Jbr, letters in. the above. list will say "aAertised. ' ' - \- S-SARTWELL, P. M, /

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

:v'//:-' plows. QIDE-HILL AND SHOVEL PLOWS, A SO O periornriicle/rnaniiraeturedatthn "¦•-,'¦'. ¦'.;. y.... SMETHPORT .FURNACE. ,:";:,.'1^0TrGE.-•:,.; .The Stockholders of the .'.'JlcICeah Railroad and/Navigation Company,?? .are requested (0 meet; at .the 'office of the Company, iri tlie Borough ofSmethport, on Saturday, the ..7lh day of April, nextj-at 3 o'clock P; M.',: of, said day, for the...purpos'e":,of electing a President and twelve Directors,: lor'the ensuing year! .', :•".. '. : SA.MUEL'C.HYDE/SeWarjr.' "Smethport, Murch-22, 1860/-,' ''¦ 3w - ¦ -'-' •-..". .NOTICE. - .'-.'¦¦¦ .:• Notice is hereby giyen'-tbat'.o'n the thrrddny of March, 1800, the firm of j: C.; Backus & Co. was dissolved by.'mufual consent,.arid, all debts due the firm,.are to be .paid 'to' J, :C.. Baokus, and said Backus is to payall-'derhana against said firm. .'•:- j;;c;. backus. .-.¦•'•. / G. W; SARTWELL. , Smethport, March 15th, I860. '..¦/, ASTOR HOUSE, BMETHFOET, M'KEAN COUNTY, PEN1TA-...

Publication Title: Mckean County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — McKean County Democrat — 5 April 1860

w*^w<nwJtln miiMIBWii'B—'iiwi m***mm*it*mmmliiMfMiww^wi CIEiDXriAT^ THE DOCUMENTS ' i num^0^0-. THfe^RElSTONE^ The proprietors and publishers of the'Philalleipbld Evening Arg'iis,.publish a weekly,paper; of "eight' pages, .the'.Keystone,, coritaing forty-eight columns of reading ¦ .rhatfer:"'., ;The'y propose to make the Keystone a Campaign pa»' per, the first number, of which, as such, \vill be issued on; the 10th day of May next,/and the'liist pn'the I'lth .day of Novernber j the .closing nurribe'r containing,the full, returns, of the Presidential.Election, thus, furnishing, sub, scribei-s with'2G'co|iies of the, paper containing each d8 columns, or a. grand, total for the .Campaign of-1218'c-plumns of reading'matter.: /We propose to.fnrnish the. paper' ior the six months.at'the rate of Onn.Dollar to single'sub-.s'crib'ers.j fp'r ctubs;'of -10 .to,"20 al 70 cents each';' for clubs of'ao'/'to 50 at-'.iOO' cents eech, and.' for" clubs. of 5.0 arid upward, .at SO'.cents esch...

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