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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

THE MARKETS Lancaster Honsehold Markets. LAXCASTHR , Dec. IB. Butter, «B 4. -, a so Lard, * * * 18 §20 EBB?. * dos 88 6 40 Beef, by quarter, lor front, |Hb S\m 9 do. do. (to. hindquarters tl@12 Small Pork, per quarter, for front 12 g do do. do. hindquarters 13 & 14 Walnuts,per .',' pk 12 0 14 Whole WhogSjper lb MU,au\: Turkeys, each loo * S 200 Geese, do 100 © U0 Ducks, (dressed.) each 45 til 60 Chickens, (live,) W pair, OOSMD do. (dressed.) each IfflMMT* Potatoes, w bus..„ IOWBMI do. *l halfpk ' . ' . ' . ' .. " . ' . ' . ' . ' . 14»l5 Turnips, »1 half pk a<$ 8 Apples, y half pk 22 S 30 Corn in the ear, y bus 100 fi 110 Oats, V bag of A bus itW&lTS ?•^ Reading Markets (From the Daily Kngle.) _ Dec. 16. Butter, »i 55 ©58 Lard, «B -H Eggs.Vdo. ettteT Live chickens, y pair „ «0$M Chickens, dressed per lb Jjk.+IS Turkic*, each .....tAAaW Potatoes, * bus „.„ ffffM PHILADSLFHIA , Pj|SH9HiiM^W*dcman41 for Flour, except UtgSUg^^gUHKmcrayrjtb purchase prlnolpaaR...

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MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

MARRIED Hti BER—GBOFP. On Dec. loth, at Yundt's Hotel, by Bev. W. T. Gerhard, Jacob B. Hnber, nrfBait Hempftetd, to Amanda B. 6H« OI East Lampeter. GKHMAK—OKABILL. On Dec. lath , ut Jonathan Spreeher's Hotel, by the same, Martin M. Gehman, of Upper Leacock, to Susan B. Grabill , of West Earl. SIMPSON—EEMKK. On Dec. 3d, by Bev. Dr. Greenwald, James Simpson to Kate Krmer, both of Paradise twp. DKNLINGKE—WEAVES. On Dec. 10th, by the same, Ellas Denllnger, of Paradise, to Lizzie Weaver, of Leacock twp. PrcKEii—IRONSIDE. On Dec. 2d, by the Bev. F. B. Hodge, C. S. Picket, of Lancaster county, to K. A. Ironside, of Chester county, Pa. ENOLEBT—MOELLINQEB. On Dec. 6th, at St. Michael's " Lutheran Church, Strasburg oor., by Bev. H. H. Bruning, Michael Englert to Clara Moellinger, both of this county. HERSHEY—BEAR. On Dec. 8th, at Cooper's Hotel, by the Bev. J. J. Strine, Adam 8. Hershey to Annie B. Bear, both of East Hempfleld. r BABNITZ —SMYSBR. On Dec. 9th, at the Moravian Church, in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

yew Advertisements. PUBLIC SALE. On FRIDAY. JANUARY 1st , 1869, \\ 111 he sold at public sale, in I he village of Ilrunersville, Warwick townmiip, Lancaster co., at tho public house of A. It. l.eil), 49 HODS OF U HOUND, fronting on the road loading to MHz, adjoining lauds of John II. Kisser and Isaac Roth. The improvements consist of a new Two-Story Frame DWKLI.INt; IinU8K,32by28 feet, with a.1'4 story Kitchen attached, 14 by 24 feet, lluWo House and Oven, a well of neverfailing water with pump therein, Frame Stable, and Hog Stable. ' The buildings are all new, substantially made and built in modern style. For further particulars call on the undersigned. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. in., when terms will be made known bv decl8-2t*] DAVID II. SHIRK. rpTiE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFOBD, CONN. Organized in 1810-^-Charter Perpetual. THE LARGEST MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., Numbering Over 00,000 Members. ASSETS—$23,000, 000. Acquired by prudent and economical man...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

New Advertisements. I npHE DAILY EVENING EXPRESS, KUKNIBHES IT- HEADERS RElll'LAKl.Y ! WiTD [ THE LATEST NEWS 15Y MAIL ! AND , MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH, \ And ail Important Local and General In- ' telligence. TSSHS: 8J.00A YE All; *1.2f. FOR 3 MONTHS. THE WEEKLY EXPRESS, A SATURDAY PA l'EK < )F THE FIRST CLASS , Contains aU the news of the week np to Friday night, andrtVi'H more fresh reading than can be bad clsewWru for the same amount of money. TSHMS! tj.00 PER YEAlt, IN ADVANCE. ! Address i MCARSOL i (iEIST. Publishers, ¦ dec ISSmt Lancaster, Pa. Tgjtt^lim WHEN KM AN & CO. , " . ^ WifrLXSALB AND RETAIL j SIAXMS IK { C04L- OF$BE MBST QUALITY, j nij^Cfa, #AfIB It, sSD PA. B. R. mhm> KO. a «AjW OBANG E M\, &&KCAMfaR, PA. [dec-18-ly JACOB BOTH A R M E L , •t PREMIUM i BRUSH MANUFACTURER. DKALEIt IN COMBS AND FANCY ARTICLES, j NO. 9.1J NORTH QUEEN STREET, i LANCASTER, PA. dec 18 3ut i Periodicals. j /~1 R E A T I N D U C E M E N T S j TO KUUPCRIBE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

Sewing Machines. LI ST EICH NET OBSHRECKA—An ndferdisement is eiv-hiena in cans fun ; de daily Tseitunga doll for a paar dog, fun ma g'wissa noa-maaheen agent , for de loll tsu wnrna geuya IMPOSITION ; er dut insiunata das ebber lm sin bet uf de leit tsu iranosa, mlt de "A II. Howe" nea-masheena, nn bebawptdas de A. II. Howe mushcenu bogus, Oder ferfelshty Howe mashcena sin. Mow, ioh, als agent, ban yusht tsu sawya das . lob's nut my bisness mach se particularly tsu : lohwu, doch sog ich als an goot bokonnty wohl-at, das do A. B. Howe nea-mashcena yusht so foot sin das de wu manufactured sin lielm Ellas lowc, Jr. Der cantsloh unuershted la, das uier net gons so feel fuss macha dcrweaya we se duhna. Der A. H. Howe is an brudertsum Ellas Howe, Jr., un an feel besser mechanic—sell is about all der difference. Un er bnt yusht so | feel recht nea-masheena tsu manufactura das j del- Ellas Howe, Jr., Oder ennicher onnerer inonn. Wann cr net hut, we kummts das se ehn net shtoppa, by lawl ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

¦ Jewelry. /"I II R I S T MAS. Wc offer as suitable for HOLIDAY GIFTS, A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP WATCHES, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES. SOLID SILVERWARE. | !| | FINE SILVER PLATED WARE, ASD FINE FANCY ARTICLES. Call early and select from a full stock at II. L. ft £. J. ZAHM'S, Cor. North Queen street and Centre Square, nov 27-5t Lancaster, l'a. y AHM & JACKSON, DEALERS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE , S P E C T A C L E S AND FANCY GOO D P , No. LI NORTH QUEEN STREET. LANCASTER, PA. . O-REPAIRING ATTENDED TO.-CS no-O-lvl Musical Instruments, Jtc. J B. KEVIN8KI, ' DEALER IN SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS, And Musical Instruments Generally. Solo Agent for STEIN WAY A SONS' WORLD RENOWNED PIANOS. Also, Agent for . PRINCE A CO.'S ORGANS and MELODEONS. JVMusle sent by Mali Free of Postage. No. S NORTH PRINCE STREET , Lancaster, Pa. GOOK "AMOHL DOH! Rooft aw lm J. B. KEVIN8KI SEIM MUSIC SHTOEE. KLOWSKBA , OBTKLLA , MaLODsoxs, un alio sorta music Insht...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

Railroads* PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R.R. Trains leave tbe Central Depot as follows: KASTWASD. I WSBTWARD. Cincin. Ex....Uil7 a. ra.Wrie Mail.'.... 1:50 a. in. Phlla.ExpiessSttt " 'fblla. Exp... 2:40 " FastLlne 7:02 " Mall 11:15 " Lunc.Train.. Ma " FastLlne «:35p.ni. Day Express. 1:4B p.m. Cplambla Ac. 2:15 " Harrlsb'g Ao...'.:51 '• Horrlsb' g Ac. 5:M " l4tne. Train.. 7«B '¦ Cincin. Ex.... 10:43 " TREADING AND COLUMBIA It. R. ON AKD ATTERr THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1808, PASSENGERTRAINBATOLLItERUNON THIS ROAD, A3 fOLLOWS: I.EAVB. 1 ABBIVn. Laneaster SrfXl a. m. Sending 16:20 a. m. " 3:i5p. m. " 6:40 p.m. Columbia 8*0 a.m. '- ' lOrlOa. m. " S:20p.m. '• _ ... '.. 6:40p.m. HKTTRNING: UtAVZ. . ABB1VS. Reading 7M>a.m. Lancaattfr »:i5a.m. " C:15p.m. " S:2r>p.ui. " 7:00a.m. Columlila .....9^6a.m. " (I .-IS p. m. '¦ 9:2. ' >a.m. " S:30p.m. Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia as above, make close connection at Reading with Trains North and Soutlr, on Philadelphia and Reading Rai...

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f enn^kauwtb grttafe. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

f enn^kauwtb grttafe. BBEEr FCM MCHWEFFLEBBENNER, SCHLIFFI.ETOWN, ) Decemljer 15, 1868. J MUSTER FODDER ABRAHAM: De Bevvy will's awer doch now net recht shtanda das ich der allcs shreib fun weaya we mer olsg'shparrickthen in unser yungy dawya, for se meant sell wser doch sheer tsn orrig. •Sc sogt se gebt nix drum wann ich all de particulars geb we's als hser gonga is on dc lodwarvick frolics, on de quilting partics, om shlitta fawra un on de baddolya's, uu awer wann's amohl ons regular korriseera geat, sell, secht sc, set mer doch net in de Tscitung du, anyhow net in der FODDER ABRAHAM. Doch will ich sawya, uu sell kon ic-li du olme 'in de particulars tsu gea, dus es ordlich feel korrisseeras rj'numma hut eb ich de Bevvy g'heiert hob. Ivver twsea yohr is es gonga bis ich sc krickt hob, un mea das eaiuohl het ich se ufgevva wann des korrisseera net so iver ous awgencam g'west wser. Ich konu der sawya, so long das mer a chanceshteat hi ma sheana \m ivver ons shmarta yunga mcad...

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OLLEKLEA [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

OLLEKLEA —Olleweil wrer's weddcr about goot for Elbetritchti tonga. —Es sin alleweil 130 prisoners in der Allegheny County Jail. —Mommy, was tseit is es? Ei cs is tscit das tluins bet geasht. —Der State Michigan hut olleweil ea million dahler in der Treasury. —An boot-black in New York hut 80,000 uf interest in der Savings Bank. —Wann d«-r kea meal im house hend for brod tsu bocka, donn bock'd kucha. —Dc Elizabeth Fisher is arrest warm in Allentown for eara kind doat macha. —Der Brick Pomeroy sawya se, is an orrig goot guckicher monn mit longy ohra. —Eaner George W. Cook, an mail rol>- 1K-I-, is g'scutcnccd in dc Richmond Penitentiary for tsean yohr. —-De Judges un Commissioners fun Berks county hen decide noch an shtick on eara Court House tsu baua. —Sour-krout un shpeck, sell maeht de alty wciver left. Sell reinid net yusht so orrig shea, awer cs is doch wohr. —Se sawya es si a monn in Reading titer sich noch druf b'sinna konn we an silverner holwer dahler guckt. —Der...

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HON. WILIER WORTHINCJTON, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

HON. WILIER WORTHINCJTON, Speaker of the Senate ef Peaasrlvaaia

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Jptfottfp* [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

Jptfottfp* NA8BY. Mr. Nash? feat ¦ Dream which ices not Comfort Ms BfehtecHU goal , tat which on the other haad, gives him great nn. essiaess. CONFEDBTT-X ROADS , 1 Nov. 23,1868. f Last evenin I happened to p ick up the northern noospaper uf the Dinukratic persuasion wich comes to this offls to Deckln Pogram, into wich wus an article onto "The Fucher ov Dcniocrisy." The able and dignified writer took the posishen that the only hope uf the Demoeresy was in lettin the dead past bury its dead—in sinkin all ttte ishoos uv the past ten years—in acknowledgin the sitoomshen , and acceptin the results ur tho war; in sinkin out uv site the old leaden, and puttin such men ez <3HASE , SBWARD , JOHN QIINCY ADAMS, JR.,EvARTS , ROSKCRANTS , etc., to the front, and thus hevin infoosed new life and new blood into the organizashen it mite go on conkerin and to conker. The article waz a column and a half in length, and its. a weakuis uv mine, that I can't read more than a column without ...

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LYNCH LAW Ef INDIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

LYNCH LAW Ef INDIANA. LorisviLLE, Dec 12,1868: A vigilance committee, said to hail from Seymour, Indiana, arrived at New Albany at eleven o'clock last night, and at three o'clock this morning proceeded to the Floyd county jail and demanded admission, which was refused by the jailer, who was, however, soon overpowered and bound. The watch man was then compelled to open the ceils of the notorious express robbers—John, Frank and Simon Reno, and Charles Anderson— who were immediately seized upon and all four of them hung. Frank Reno fought desperately for his life. The committee then returned on the . seven o'clock train this morning. Two of the robbers—Frank Reno and Charles Reno —had but recently arrived from Canada, where they had been tried under the extradition laws. How TO MAKE MONEY.—DO something. There is rarely a necessity for a well man to bo out of work. "Nothing to do "is a "pitiable" word. Referring to certain persons who were in want, and could find nothing to do ,...

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A HUGE SELL ? #ver fm Htmdre* ftefHeal Mnieats Taken [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

A HUGE SELL ? #ver fm Htmdre* ftefHeal Mnieats Taken Medical students, as well as every other sort of students, are proverbial for practical joking; but about the best joking we ever heard of them in this line, occurred in this city day before yesterday. The first thing noticeable out of the usual routine at the University on that morning, was a large, handsome placard, posted in the vestibule, and having at the bottom the names of the well-known firm of J. P. Morton & Co. , the Main-st. book publishing house. Tne placard announced that, in consideration of the fact that the students of the University had been liberal in their purchases of said firm, it had decided to present to each and every one of the students, a copy of the "Physician's Guide," a medical work of great merit. The placard further announced that the students would be expected to call during the day and receive their presents. Of course the praise of John P. Morton A Co. was sounded all over the Univer...

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WHAT A OOLOBEB MAN THINKM OF GENERAL (HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

WHAT A OOLOBEB MAN THINKM OF GENERAL (HUNT. Rev. James Lynch, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, made a speech at a large Republican meeting assembled at Yazoo city, Miss,, November 14, to celebrate the election of General Grant, and expressed, among other things, the following opinion: "The joy manifested hy the colored people of our State, in view of the election of General Grant, is indescriable. It breaks forth in singing and praying, as well as in constant conversation. The effect on the whites, who were almost unanimous in their support of Seymour , is marvellous. Indeed, so far as they are concerned , the election of Grant, was like the voice of the Saviour saying, "Peace be still," changing a raging, destructive storm to a gentle calm. The hand of Divine Providence is seen in the election of General Grant , which is nothing more or less than that a majority in this nation flings to the breeze a sacred banner on which is inscribed , "Equal rights for all men." Whether G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

[BY OIR SPECIAL ARTIST.] TfllJUVPlKV *«»TH ACHE.

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atty fitfofofctt. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 December 1868

atty fitfofofctt. —Why is a dishonest ba n krupt Hke an honest poor man ? Because Vth fati to get rich. —Why is oak the worst wo,a0f which to make a wooden leg? Beca me it produces a—corn. o,rThe ? cntu«ky giantess, w'l0 weighed 812 pounds, was engaged to a Mr Wayless when she died. —The rights of a woman: If Bhe cannot be captain of a ship, she n%v always command a smack. —Goldsmith is supposed to jb^ye referred to the Grecian bend, when v« wrote " She stoops to conquer." "Lottie," said a little visitor, "what makes your kitty so cross?" "Oh, caus she is cutting teeth, I 'spect." —Diggory snys he always respects old age. except when some one cheats him with a pair of tough chickens. —" Why did Adam bite the apple I" said a schoolmaster .to a country lad. " Because he had no knife!" said the urchin. —Why is it important for a physician to " keep his temper?" Because if he did not he would be apt to " lose his patience." —A colored girl, having a desire to be in the fashion , r...

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,ptittt' ^kuhnini (Etoiws. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

,ptittt' ^kuhnini (Etoiws. GRANT makes, sei;ar-Iigl iters out of olliee-lx'-ijiing letters. IOWA has one thousand six hundred and eighty miles of railway. WITHOUT eounting Alaska, the United States lias 1,.OW,000,000 acres of land. TIIK girls who make Manilla cigars, in Manilla, reeeive seven- cents a day wages. THE Boston Pout says morphine is again in fashion in suicidal circles in New York. YOUNG men anxious to get rid of their wild oats would do well to get a sewingmachine. THREE dry goods clerks employed by one firm in New York are paid if 10,000 a year each. MR. J. P. ALEXANDER , called the "cattle king" of Illinois, owns 75,000 head of cattle. IN Nevada mahogany is so abundant that it only costs #5.50 per cord, and is used for firewood. ONE hundred and thirty of the clergymen of the Church of England are said to be converted Jews. THE water was drawn from the Tidewater canal last Friday. This emls navigation for the winter. SUNBCRY , Northumberland county, talks of havi...

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PtettUittte0it& [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

PtettUittte0it& THE LATE THADDEUS STEVENS. Eulogy of Hon. 0. J. Dickey, in the House of Representatives, on Thursday, December 17, 1868. At the opening of the United States House of Representatives on 17th inst. an unusually large crowd was in attendance in expectation of the eulogies to be delivered upon the career of the late Thaddeus Stevens, representative from this district. The galleries were closely packed, and the floor of the hall fully occupied, many having been drawn to the spot to listen to the maiden effort of the successor to Mr. Stevens. After the reading of the journal, Hon. O. J. Dickey arose and said: Sir. Speaker: The painful duty lias devolved upon me of announcing to tho House the death of my predecessor, Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania. The distinguished statesman was not merely my predecessor in THIS llOfly, IMII l.i my auiuuuua tUJ A%.iat . taught me to admire and lovo him who was the instructor and guide of my youth and the friend of m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BV RAUCH & COCHRAN, Northeast Angle Centre Square, Lancaster. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 copy, one year, $1.50 5 copies, {each name addmtetl.) 7.00 10 copie* " " 13.00 li copies " " 18.00 • lOcopie* " " 24.00 And $1.10 for each additional subscriber, KOU CLUBS, IS PACKAOKS. h copies, (to one address,) t 0.50 lOoopie* " » 12.00 Vicopics '• " 10.50 • Xcopies " " SO.00 i And t-lM for each additional subscriber. I #»-AU subscriptions must invariably be paid in advance. .J O 13 PHINTINO Of every description, neatly and promptly executed, at short notice, and on the most n>nartn>il>ln li'rms.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

( ASH RATES OF ADVERTISING IX FATHER ABRAHAM. Trii liiii'.s oi .Nonpareil con-litutr a Sri mire. . T x O © -2 TI.Mi-:. =- / =• y ^ i 5 - *¦ :: S -I . ~ 1 week .... $ 75 I 1 f'J t 2 l ' » * '1 50 * (i 00 t 11 M 2 weeks... 120 t SO 2 71) 4 50 8 00 14 00 .i weeks... 1 rn) 2 2» :; M r, 00 10 OOi 17.db 1 month... 175 2 00 :i 90 7 00 12 00 20 00 2 months.. 2 75 i 00 A 00 10 00 20 00 3.1 SO :! months.. 4iio 6 00 9 00 15 00 :t> 00 55 00 i; months.. 7 00 11 OOy.18 50 £6 60 40 00 70 00 1 year 12 00 20 00 :X) 00 40 00 10 00 J20 00 K.TceiltoiV .Vol Ice ft 60 Ad minis! rut oiv Not lee \ 2 60 Assignees' Notice 2 50 Auditors' Notice , ....: 1 60 sl'KCIAI. NOTIC'KS—Ten cents a line for the first insertion, ami Seven cents a line for each subsequent insertion. ltKAL KSTATK advertisements, Tun cents n line for the first insertion, :uul Kive cents a lin* lor each additional insertion. SS-AI.I- KINDS ov JOB J'KINTINtJ executed ' with neatness and despatch.

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