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WM. AUH. ATLEE, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
WM. AUH. ATLEE, Esq. Th e t e rm o f thi s g entl e man , a.s District Attorney of this county, expired on Monday last. Mr. Atlee has discharged the r es p o n s ible duti es o f the o f li c e with marked ability, and a.s lie will now be actively eng a g ed in his professional duties, \ ve wi s h him abundant success.
CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
CHEAP. The Xew York Tribune says that the cheapest articles in the political market today are the AVashington politicians—and the cheapest of the lot are the inemlx.'1's of the House of Mair. If Grant fhink.s they are worth purchasing, there can lie no objection to his making the trade. We only t r u s t h e will tak e warning fr om President Johnson, and, instead o f b u y in g dearl y, take the gang at the lowest figure. This , after due dickering, he will find to lie extremel y small.
FHAID. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
FHAID. There are solid grounds for the charge that of the 70 electoral votes received b y Gov. Seymour, those of Xew Y'ork and Xew J e r se y, num b ering 40, w e re obtain e d by fraud nnd f o rgery; th os e o f Georgia and Louisiana, amounting to lo, were secured by terrorism and violence; and those o f Mary land aud Kentucky, numbering 18, were got through the aid of ex-rebels.
mm ¦ wm* CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
mm ¦ wm* CONGRESS. In accordance with the resolution of adjournment, both Houses of Congress were called to order at noon on Tuesday of last week, by Vice President AVade and Speaker Colfax. Hut few members were present in either, and both houses were, adjourned . tine dk by their respective presiding ollicers. The nextsessionbeginson .Monday, December 7.
KANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
KANSAS. Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, says that so far as heard from, no Democrat is elected to the lower House of the Kansas Legis lature , and only one to the Senate, and he by five maj o rity, with the aid of a number of fraudul e nt v o te s. The indications are that Senator Ross, who voted for Johnson's a c quittal, will be impeached, if the Legislature has the power to do so. Mr. Ross wa.s not allowed to take any part in the canva s s , and the Republican speakers e v e rywher e den o un ce d him a s a trait o r, i\:c. Served him right. Aw.ay with him
i» ¦ m HOPE FOR MARYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
i» ¦ m HOPE FOR MARYLAND. The late election shows that notwithstanding the Copperheads were aided b y the whole power of the Administration and the votes of thousands of returned rebels who were absent when the State voted for Lincoln, there is a health y gr o wth of Re - publicanism in Maryland. This growth is best shown by a comparison of the late election with that of 1SG7 for Governor: 1KG7. 1H0S. Democratic ti.l . O' .U (;'. ',437 Republican ' . '2,050 :i0,.V.)0 Dem. majority 41,044 ;S1,H47 This shows that in one year the Democratic vote has fallen oil" 1.-257. while the Republican vote has increased K,r>4l). If anything like this ratio of progress can be kept up, Ma r y land will, in a few years, stand side by side with her sister State, Pennsylvania.
THE SUFFRAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
THE SUFFRAGE QUESTION. (•eiieral Grant says that he will favor a constitutional amendment making the. 'sull'rage question to be regulated throughout all the States b y Congressional enactments, and making it universal- —North as well as South. He believes it practicable to carry such an amendment. It will be accordingly set in motion tis soon as Congress meets, that the Legislatures which meet in January can at once ratify it. and that b y a special session of Congress next summer the law can be passed in time for colored men throughout th e N o rth t o v o t e ' . at Ihe next fall elections.
OLD WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
OLD WARWICK. As far as we know, Warwick township is slill ahead of any oilier district in the Slate, having on the .'Id instant increased the Republican vote thirty-six over the vote in October , and decreased the Democratic vote twayity-one, makingan increase of lifty-seven on the Republican majority -from ±20 to 277. Whether this very large and gratif ying gain will or will not entitle the Republicans of Warwick totheState BannerolVorod b y the General Committee of the Hoys in l'.lue, they certainly have good cause to feel proud of their victory. Another vigorous effort on the part of the Old Warwick Brigade—the Dattallions of Litiz, of Lexington, of Brunnerville, of Rome, of .Millport, of Seminole, of Rabbit Hill, Kissel Hill. Gravel Hill and Thunder 11 illwill run up a Republican majority of at least :!l)0.
BEN*. BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
BEN*. BUTLER. The return of this noble Representative to Congress from Massachusetts, is most. gratifying to Radical Republicans all over (he country. The Copperheads hale him because he gives no quarter to reliefs and their allies. It's a pity lie is not now in command at Xew Orleans, lie would show the. vile traitors of that locality a thing or two. However, he is in Congress for two years more, and here is the vote that sent him there: Butler 13,000 Dana (Republican bolter) 1,500 Lord (Copperhead) 4,000
COVODE'S DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
COVODE'S DISTRICT. The Governor's Proclamation announcing the result of the election for Congress in Octolicr has been issued. In Covode's District the Governor has thrown the responsibility of saying who is elected upon Congress, because two returns have been made, and he has no means of deciding which is correct. '•Honest.John Covode" will no doubt retain the seal he has so long and ably filled.
PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION-OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION-OFFICIAL. Grant's Majority. 28,8i>8. j ADD, oim. |\VlioleVole ri ! OOUNTIB8. a O I u P - \ A O s s = a a a | a & Adams 2-821 3174' 29171 3170 Allegheny * jsw' H^i 264S7 H«7I Armstrong 39«7; »*«•, 41)82 31h lleuver ... »M »«75 »84S 2624 Bedford . 2825 S01U 2687 28SH lierks . ' 7413 13921 7917 13973 liltti,.'' ... 3S41 3183 3980 30G« Bradford. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' .; 7612 3863 7768, 3S3S Bncka «**1 7838 7083, 7613 Butler 37- »3 3292 3803 SJSU Cumbria 2849 3587 29s5 3558 Cameron 537 411 60S; 394 Carbon M2B 'J772 2188: 2745 Centre 3388 3765 34i9| 3(M(i Chester 8850, 6658 1)178, 6490 Clarion WON 298" 1998: 21)28 Clem-Held 1895; 3037 1974 3090 Clinton 1992 2705 205«! 258J Columbia 2077, 4058 2143! 402-J Crawford •. 7026 , W.K) 7322 5155 Cumberland 380l| 4433 4171 4594 Duupliin «190 4535 65071 4397 Delaware <01« , 27(14 41(16 201(1 Elk 50S 1054 808, HIS Krlo 7702 ! 4531 8007 4555 Fayette 3745' 4773 3792J 4608 Forest 35.' S4H 355, 094 Pranl...
datlwr ^toabam'$ €hp. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
datlwr ^toabam'$ €h\p. TIIK (Jovernmeiit bus .supplied 5.f)til artificial limbs to soldiers. BOSTON 7 is happy. A ship load of peanuts lias just arrived there. INDIANAPOLIS expects tnslniuihler 70.-(liiti lilies this year. The work will be . uiu next week probably. Sriii'YLF.it COLFAX, the Vice l'roideni elect, was married to Miss Nellie Wade, at Amiover. Ohio, on Wednesday last. CLF.YF.I.AND, Ohio, is tohave a hospital for "wiinii'ii who have become dNeiistcil with their husbands." Kruoi'ioAN physicians, it is s-.iid. have successfull y nsed ' electricity to restore persons who have taken an overdose of laudanum or opium. IT is estimated that the wheal crop of Oregon this year will amount to ."i .ODll .Olilf bushels. One f inner in Yamhill county raised J..1U0 bushels on lifty acres. .IOIIN JJKASK was killed by dobn (.rove, near l'ittsliurj; on lasl Saturday n ' mht. Dease was intoxicated, and was shot wiiiKL attempting to enter ('rove's house. The latter surrendered himself ...
MARRIK1) [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
MARRIK1) STAUFFBR—HOUSTON. NOV. 10th, hy Itev. Elisha A. Hoffman, Henry Stauft'er, of Churchtown, to Miss Margie Houston, of Marietta. TROUT—Mi.NNiCH. Nov. 12th, by llev. A. H. Kremer, Benjamin S. Trout to Fannio Minnich, both of East Hemplield, thiscounty. FRANTZ—HERR. On the same by tho same, Samuel M. Frantz. to Kate H. Herr, both of East Lampeter, this county. SHAUVLEY—NEVIN 7 . On the same, at St. Paul's German Reformed Church, in this city, by. Itev. Edwin H. Nevin, E. Cooper Sharpley, Esq., of Philadelphia, to Florence ltoselli Nevin, daughter of tho oiliciating clergyman. WEITMVEK—PRICE. On the same, by the same, Jacob Weitmyer to Julia L. Price, both of this city. BENNETT—MYERS. On the same, James Bennett, of Canton, Ohi», to Lizzie Myers, of the sanm place and formerly of East Donegal, this county. RUMPLE—BUENEMAN. NOV. 10th, by Kev. J. M. Wheeler, of Philadelphia, Geo. H. Ilumple, of Columbia, to Minnie Urenenian, of Baiuliriilge. • KELLER —VONDEBSMITH. NOV. llth, i...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
PROSPECTl'S! "FATHER ABRAHAM" ( ONTIM EI) AM) ENLARGED ! Letters of -Pit Seliwelm'bmincr." "FF1CK OK " l-'ATIIKIl AllItAIIAM ," ) NollTH-KAsT ANU1.K OK CKXTUK -QrAUi:, ' l.ANCASTiat , I'A. J Encouraged by a large number of our Republican friends in various parts of the country, wc have concluded to continue the publication of FATHER AIIRAIIAM as a permanent institution. It lias bci II considerably enlarged and otherwise improved ; it will continue to be an illustrated newspaper : the very popular ami amusing productions of "PIT Si'iiwi:i'ii.i:iii:i-- .NNi:n" will ats mtiiuie , and wc feel safe iu assuring the public that his forthcoming scries of letters will be quite as interest ing as those of the past. The price of subscription will not be increased — DMA7 ONE DOLLAR AND I'lf'TV CTS. A YEAR, IN ADVANCE , for a single subscriber. We deem it unnecessary to say anything as to the political character of FATHER AURAHAM. The enthusiasm with which it was received everywhere during the...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
Hats, Caps, Fars, «IV. 1SGS. 186S. SIIULTZ & BROTHER, II A 'IT E I! - , No. 'JO NORTH. (M'EEN STREET , I.ANCA-.TEI!, PENN A. I.at-st stylo lull ami Winter IIAT> and c.\l\- in all onalilii'-i unit colors. l.ADI I'.S' FANCY I'lKS. Wc are now npruing tin- largest and most complete assorimi-iit of Ladies' and ( liildivn's 1'ANCY II "R-. ever otlered iii tins market, at very low prices. RoRES! RoliES' .! ItoilESH! I'.uHalo Itoties, lined and uuliued; Hudson P.ay Wolf, I'l-airie \1 oil', I-ox, ( mm, Ac. I!LA.\ . KETS AND LAP lil'CS (if nil qualities, to which we would particularly invite ( lie ullculion ot" all persons in want ill articles in that line. t.LOYKS. (iAl'NTLETS and MITTS. (iTTK!! , BE VYK!i. NUTRIA, .-HAL, 111" I K-K1N, 1 l.l->|ll-.K, KID,Se.,&c. Ladies' line I'm- Trimmed i.loves Gauntlets, Mitts ami Hoods. 1TL S E WARMERS and EAR MITTS. \\ilnl.l>ALE AND RETAIL. nojn-tl' J TLi S M I T II. .MAXUI-'ACTUI.'KI,' AM) DEALER IN HATS AND CAPS. ...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
THE MARKETS. Lancaster Household Markets. nutter, ill 48 (ii 50 I .ard, f I It, 18 @ 'JO Eggs, >l doz 3.1 ji> 10 Chickens, (live,) %1 pair, 75*!) 100 do. (Pressed.) fjil pair, 100 Sj) 12.'> Potatoes, fy bus... J 100 (e 115 do. 41 half pk 18 # '. '5 Apples, ft half pk 1 j jj 50 Cabbage, fp! head G @ 10 Onions, ft half pk IS Apple Bui tor, %l pi 20 @ 25 do. $1 crock 125 @ 150 Turnips, t-1 bus 30 Reading Household Markets (From the Daily Eagle.) Huttcr, ft ft 48 0 50 Lard, W It. 24 Eggs, ?! doz 10 LIvo chickens, 'ft pair, 00 0 100 Potatoes, *! bus 75© 100
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
DIED. HAKTMAX. Nov. 10th , in this city, Anne E., wile of John I. Hartmaii , in the 3. - th year of her age. \VITMER. Nov. l'-'th, in Mountville, Anna, wife of D. YV. Winner , aged o'J years, 10 months ami 12 days. SHENK. Nov. l.'Stu, at Oregon, Elizabeth, wife of Henry H. Shenk, and daughter of Elias Ilakor, of Warwick, aged about twentyone years. JACOIIS. On the samoday, at Philadelphia, Samuel ¥. Jacobs, late of this 'county, aged 3'J years. KOHR. Nov. 17th, in Manheim twp., Jacob Kohr, sr., in the 80th year of his age. DEMUTH. Nov. 18th, iu this city, Andrew E. Demuth, aged 33 years and 11 mouths.
The Domestic Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
The Domestic Produce Markets. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19.—There is very little ( loverseed coming forward, and it ranges from $0.50 to $7.25 for common and prime Quality. Timothy is nominal und cannot be iiuotod over t2.U0@2.G5. Flaxseed is less activo; all sales at $!.firstname.lastname@example.orgO. There is nothing doing in Quercitron Bark; we quote No. 1 at (12.50 per ton. There is lews doing in Flour, bul the stock of the better grade Is reduced to a low figure , and holders arc tlrm in their views; sales of 400 bbls. northwest extra family at $email@example.com per Ubl.; 200 bbls. Pennu. and Ohio do. do. at *9.50@ 10.75,part Lancaster and Cumberland county; fancy lots at firstname.lastname@example.org, and extras at email@example.com. No change in Rye flour; 1,000 bbls. sold at $7.50tf?8, the latter figure for choice St. Louis. Prices of ( ornmeal arc steady: 300 bbls. Caloric sold at (5.50, ana 600 bbls. Brandy wine at $5.00. The oll'erings of prime Wheat are small, and other kinds are not wanted ; sales of 1,000 bus. red at $2.05@...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
liaili'oads. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL-R. R. " Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: FAST W Ani>. WKSTWAItl). Phila. Express 4:17 a.m. l'.'rie Mnil 2;0H a. m. Fast Line i;::;5 " Phila. E.\p,.. 2:47 " I.aue. Train.... y-,05 " Mail ,11:15 " Day Express.. 2:11p.m. l'a-t Line 2:20p.m. ilarrisb'g Ac. tiil'i " Columbia Ac. 2:25 " ( . iiicin. Ex. 10:17 " Ilarri.sli'g Ac. .1:53 " I.aiic. Train.. 7:29 -' Cilicin.Ex 10:38 " I>I':AI>IN<; AND < OI.UMRIA H. it. ON AND AFTER U'i:i) .\KSl>A V. NLTT. ;_>:!. l,s;s . PAS^ENCEIl TRAINS WILL UK RlrN ON THIS HOAD, AS FOLLOWS: Leave Lancaster and Columbia ut M,o a. in. " " " " .... .'1:00p. in. Arrive at Rending 10:20 a. m. " 5:30p. in. RETURNING: Leave If catling at r 7:00 a. m. " " (i:15p. in. Arrive at Ltincaslci-ut : H.-20 a. m. u Columbia '.1:25 -* " Lancaster and Columbia, 8:30p. IIL Trains Nos. 2 and !! make elo«e connection at Heading wilh Trains North anil South, on Philadelphia anil Reading Rai...
gfim$gtvam$cU gcitech. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868
gfim$gtvam$cU gcitech. BREEF 11M S< HWEFFI.EBRENNER. Si'IlLIFFLETOWX. 1 Nuf'ciiiliir der Rita, 1SCS. \ MISTER FODDER AIJRAHAM: hi a- Si,-: Our ncgshta Dunnorshdng ivvei- acht dog is widdcriiiiiuli! was IINT Danksgiving dog beast. According tsiini Gufernoer seiner Brocklaniaslum snlla oily lcit ini jjonsa Shtiitc sicli iliniUliar kuiisidcrii l'un woaga tier lcekslmn, lKv Danksgiving dog. so feel das ich wen* , wicrd alsg'feiert llf tltiiicr-sliccdliclii' wvaya. In dc Slitcdt duna Av nienshlv yusht knrta sli]iccla tin Lager Beer saiilii. un was MI do rnlev shtrickly ku'i'riclia hit sin, dc duna glawh ich so meetings halta wasse (tottcs-ilccnsht hetisa. Ini lmid rum duna dc lcit fur common ills hussla for wclsli-liinklc. gens, shanghae's, cnd.-i un sci. Dull in Schliflletowti ilunii sc als dt-r dug shpendu mit b.Tisti pitch;!, knrta sphcelu un nineslitrikc sattfa. Awcr oily lcit. ini bind, so wohl this hi do Slitcdt. gchna ni for bully gootv middogcssaoii ilcin gvnssa fcie...