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n were taken prisoners, and thirty-two rail cars were destroyed. The Albany Argus, in an editorial on Governor Fenton's message, sets out with the following assertion: "With the expiration of Governor Seymour's term, the office of Governor of the sovereign State of New York ceased. A proconsul of the Administration at Washington henceforth fills the executive chair of the State." Lincoln, at the instance of George D. Prentice and W. R. Gist, has acceded to the request of Lieutenant-Governor Jacobs, of Kentucky, to return from his exile in the South. John Steel, the wealthiest man in Pennsylvania, made so by oil transactions (his receipts were three thousand dollars per day), died a few days ago, in Philadelphia, from injuries received from the kick of a horse. The friends of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, at Peekskill and vicinity, who were recently edified by that gentleman's enthusiastic eulogy on the apple, as a fruit, made him a New Year's present of a huge apple pie