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V SENSIBLE JITDUt [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

V SENSIBLE JITDUt Hon. .1. Prmgle Jones, late Judge of the Courts of the Lehigh and Northampton district, recentl y charged a Jury, in the latter named county, as follows: " Gentlemen—If ' you believe the testimony of the prosecutor, convict. If you Ixdiove the evidence of Shirk, acquit. "I find there is no use in any extended remarks to jurors in this county."

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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

CONGRESS. On Wednesday of lant week, in the Senate, -Mr. Morton, of Indiana, made a long speech on the financial gnestiou, and the resumption of specie payments. He favored an early resumption, but our limits prevent even a synopsis of his remarks. Mr. Conness, of California, presented a bill, some days ago, providing that the eight hour spstem shall make no reduction of the pay of <iovcrnnient.employees, but the Senate refused to consider it. Current business was disposed of, and an adjournment was carried. The House received some bills, among others, one from the Committee of Ways and Means, to postpone the operation of the tobacco tax to the 1.1th of February next, which was passed. Mr. Jones, of Kentucky, offered a resolution, giving females in Government employ the same wages as males for similar services, which was adopted by a vote of 12K to L'7. Right. Other business was transacted of no special interest. On Thursday, in Senate, a copperhead presented resolution...

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§oml §tow. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

§oml §tow. ITEMS : YV. L. Gill has purchased one of •he new houses now being finished by Gen. Steinman, in South Prince street, this city, ' or S6,f)00 , and Gen Steinman has purchased from Mr. Gill the vacant lot, on the opposite side of the same street, from .Mr. Gill for *2,.W0. New houses are to be erected thereon. It. H. Iiruhaker and John Keller have purchased the lot on the corner of Chestnut and Shippen streets, for*J5.'l,."00. They intend to erect several dwellings thereon next summer. A number of gentlemen of this city have •uirchased a telescope for Franklin and Marshall College. The Columbia bridge is now crossed on foot, :.ut is not open for general travel. The ferry '.(¦at is prevented from running by the ice. A tire broke out in tho Heading railroad ¦ lepot on Thursday evening last, but was ex'inguished without much damage having been done. At the Lancaster County Teachers' Insti-•ute held last month tii'.y words were submit'ed to be spelled. Only fifteen were s...

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-- » -^ MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

-- » -^ MARRIED. IvAl'ti'MAN-KsiiLKMAK. Dec. 20th, at C. Shenk's hotel, by the'Kev. .1. J. Strine, Jacob II. Kautfman to Amanda K. Kshleman, both of Manor township. DEUHI.EII-— \VAW,KH. Dec. 20th, by the Ke.v. Dr. Greenwald, John F. Deichlerto Kate Waller, both of Lancaster. KUKIII.Y—HoMHEHOER. Dec. 20th, at Mr. Kberly's, by Rev. W. V. Gotwald, Ben.). F. Kberly to Lizzie A. Bombcrger, both of Kden, Lancaster county. KoiiKicic—HKKR. Dec. 17th., at Horting& Schlott's hotel, by Hev. J. J. Strine, Klias ](. Uohrer, of Manheim, to Lizzie G. Herr, of West llemplield. NitwcoMEK—HENRY. Dec. 15th, by Alderman C. K. Frailey, Joseph Newcomer, of York county, to Mary Henry, of Lancaster co. in ED. MAI.Iixi-:. At Mechanicsburg, Mil., John Malone. SHKNK. Dec. 11th, in West Hemptield township, John Shenk, aged 52 years, II months and l.'l days.

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

THE MARKETS. l-uncaster Household Markets. I.AM'ASTKn, Dec. 83. Butter, W ft 45 © 50 Lard, ¦ f B> 18 @ 20 Eggs, $) doz ©40 Itecf, by quarter, for front, <j« lb H'4& 10 do. <lo. do. hindquarters 11 ii 13 Small Pork, per quarter, for front 12 0) 14 do do. do. hindquarters IS @ 14 Walnuts , per \ pk 10 @ 13 W hole Whogs, per lb 12@12i," Turkeys, eiifh lM @ 300 lleeso, do 100 @ ISO Ducks, (dressed,) each tea tC 60 l hiekons, (live,) fp pair, 70 & 9n do. («lreused.) cacti S5@80 Potatoes, flbiis.... 100 @ 110 do. tMialfpk 14 a 15 Turnips, V half pk 6@ 8 Apples, f lialf pk 25 © 35 Corn in the ear , %l bus 100 t$ I lats, f) bun of 3 bus 145 ® 175 linbblts,each - 25 Onions, per Ki pk 25 Means, per qt 10® 12 Apple liutter, per pt 18 @ 20 . Heading- Markets (From the Dully Engle.) Dec. 22. Butter, f> ft 45© .'.5 Lard, * It. 24 Eggs, ft lioz 42 @ 45 Live chickens, V pair «0 # 100 Chickens, (tressed per lb 10 Turkies, each 176 @ 250 Potatoes, 'fi b...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Two hundred thousand dollars' worth of pork is pickled daily during the season in Cincinnati. The British Minister recently sent :i cable dispatch from "Washington to his Government, at a cost of SI,000. A v Alabama editor, in pulling u grocery kept bv it woman, says: " Her tomatoes are as " red as her own cheeks; her indigo as blue as her own eyes; and her pepper us hot us her own temper.'' .Wits. FANNY K KMHLK recently astonished a Massachusetts railroad conductor by purchasing four tickets for her party of three, because she wanted to occupy two scuts for the sake of comfort. AT the Lowell Institute lectures in Uoston. the door of the hull is closed precisel y ill the beginning of the entertainment, and is not opened until the. close. Late comers do not thus disturb those on time. TIIK New York Jkinorra.t says; "In a few weeks Andrew Johnson will resume tin? garb of simple citizenship." Nobody cans what 'garb" he, assumes, if he'll onl y keep the r in i...

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

Philadelphia (utile Market. MONDAY , Dee. 21.—The Cat tie market was inoilcralcly active this week, mill prices were higher; about 1,000 heart arrived and sold at 7'4@!0«c. for extra Penu'a and Western steers; 12@l5o. for choice show cuftte: S@0c. for fair to good do., and 5@7'-;c. per lb., gross, for common, as toqualltv. Tiie following arc the particulars of the. sales: 11.1 head, Owen Smith, Western 7 **1B 110 " A.Christv&llio., Western.... 8 «*9 45 " IH'iigler A McCleese, Chester. V.,f$ S'i 50 " I'. McFillen, Western 8 «» Wi 7S " IMIiillmwiiv, Western 7 «(> *>4 <<0 " J. S.Ktik, Chester co 7 ® S'•; loo ,' Jus. McFillen, Western 8 tj, :i 4" " K.S. McFillen. Chester co « fti » 116 " I'llman & Duchman, Wesiern. 7 #12 14.1 " Martin Fuller * Co , Western. 7 <e* 0 152 " Mooney ft Smith, Western 7 l-,«pl 80 " T. Mooney A Hro., Virginia... :<<4tP SU 00 » II. Chain,Western l'a » ii> BV, 130 " John Smith ft Bro., Ohi...

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

: Periodicals. rpilK DAILY I'VKXINii EXPRESS 1-THMSllES II- 1,'l.ADI.KS IiKi.1 L MII.V WITH Til K L AT EST X EW S II V M A I I AMI MAii.XE'JTC TELKtJRAPH. i Anil all Important Local ami (Jeliernl In • telli^eiiee. TKIIMS: f,.oii.\ Yl. Ui; «l.i'. FOR tlMONTHs. TIIK WKKKLV EXPRESS, ¦ ¦ A SATURDAY PAPER OF TIIE FIRST CLASS ' , Contains nil the news of the week up to Friday night, and gives more fresh reading than can hr ' ¦ had elsewhere for tlie same amount of money. THRMS: *2. i)il PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Address I'K ARSOL A GKIST.Publisliers, dcclS-Oin) Ijincastcr, Pa. Svwlnu Much lues. Tin: IIOWE SEWI\<; MACIIIXK. .i. nut THE II () I, I D A V S I \-n Holiday Gift to a Sister, Wife or Friend1 liny arc unsurpassed. The l.'l liner wmils it for his Family. | '1 lie Dress :i in I Cloak Maker prefers it. The SIM Distress wants it, because its work is sure to give satisfaction. The Tailor has loii^ afro decided it to be the be-t for his bu-iiiess. The Carriage Trimmer cannot do wit...

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

Jewelry. ¦ r^ 11 R 1 s TM A S . We oiler as suitable Mr If O LI 1) AY G I F TS A »!'l.i:M)Il> \ssoltf\||.M OK WATCHES. i : ; ( LOCKS. >PE( TACLES st.ii.ii) siLVEinvAin-:. ' FINE SILVER PLATED WARE, s.\i> l-'I X P. V A XT V A i.'TI ci.Ks . ( all early and select from a full -to.-k at ii. i.. .t i:. ¦). /Ainu-, I Cor. North imecn street an.l ' emr,. '-•;ii. .|ieJ liov'iT-rit Lancaster, l'a. y.VII.M .<; JACKSON. i»•-:Ai.i:ii~ IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, .1 EWE Lit V, s I L V i: 11 \NI) SILVER-PLATED WAltl.", ! SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS, I No. lo NORTH (jlKEX STREET. LANCASTER, I'A. •• -REPAIRING ATTENDED TO. -a» j no20-ly] | i Jiooks and Stationer)/. i ¦' j r^ IFTS FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS! i BIBLES, j PRAYER BOOKS, | \ 11Y.MX BOOKS, i .NEW ANNUALS LADIES' COMPANIONS. ! WORK BOXES. I1 FANCY COODs. j TOY BOOKS. < JAMES .Sir., A;c. Air. Persons in want of Presents, and who are unj able to determine what to select, will please I call and examine my large variety, ...

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

Hail roads. "PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Train- leave the Central Dejiot as follows: KASTWARD. WKSTWARn. Cinciii.Kx I2:l7,i. in. Erie Mail 1:30a.m. PhiliuExpressruli " Phila. E,\p... 2:10 « Fust Line 7:02 '• Mail 11:15 " Lane. Train.. !>:(„ r i '• Fast Line 2:M p. ni. Day Express. l:i'. p.in. Columbia Ac. 2:1.1 (; Ifnrrisb'ir Ac..'..-.".; •' /Inrrisb'g Ac. rr.M " ? Lane. Train.. 7:2! ) '¦ Cii/'in. Kx....10:43 '• I*K\I»l\i. AND COLUMBIA W.W. IV ON AND AFTER TlU'RsDAV , X'OV.vJ' - .. 1SHS, PA "•>ENGF.R TRAINS WILL UK RUN ON THIS ROAD, AS FOLLOWS: l.KAVK. AKK1VE. Lancaster.A. .SKW ii. m. Readme 10:20a.m. " 3:-.'.') p. in. •' .'i:tj p. iu. Columbia HKWa. in. " 10:20 a.m. " 3:20 p.m. '•, 9:40 p.m. RETURNINi.: 1 EAVK. AKR1VE. Reading 7:00a. in.' Lancnslir Sl.lSn. m. Mop. in. "• S:25 p. in. 7:iKiii.iu. Columbia !):20a.m. (i:l&p. in. '• 9:25 a.in. •' 8:3dp. in. ' Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia as above, make close connection at Reading with Trains North and Sou...

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ffrnMytvanfefU gcitoh. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

ffrnMytvanfefU gcitoh. BREEF FUM SCHWEFFLEBREXMnt. Si 111.11 TLKTOWN. 1 lK'ccmlicr 20, 1S6S. \ MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM—Deer Sir:—Now will ich tier tie balance shreiva fun nieim bodderation mil em dawdy, sellamohls we er mer ferbuttahut de Bevvy tsu heira, un we cr obsolut hawahut wella ich set ni gca for de Polly Hochbay. Noch tlem das ich seller brcef grickt hob fun der Bevvy das ich nimmy kumma set, well es so orrig geaya de ally lcit eara willa war, hab ich my mind ufgemacht das ich anyhow noch eamohl mit der Bevvy selwer shwetz der weayn, un doh mogs gea we's will. Donu bid ich amohl uf der weg. Es war noch free owats—un we ich dort ons "VVasserdomnia meel ferbei bin, hohls mich der bettle wan ich net grawd de Polly Hochbay awgetrufl'a hab, un sc hut aw g'shtuppt un awfonga tsu mer tsu shwctza. Sccht sc "Ich bin orrig froh das ich dich doh awtreff. for ich hob iraportanty bisness mit der." Denk ich tsu mer selwer, wann ich net ordlicb. goot acht geb donri gcbts om end noch...

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

OLLERLEA --Wo is miser krisht-kindle i —Leas de advertisments im FATHER AURAIIAM. —Es sin :i.">,000 factory nifcd in Lawrence, Massachusetts. —Es sin ivver 20,000 ileeb un pickpockets in Xew York. —Shooting matches un millings sin oil der go in Berks county. —Der Sultan fun Turkey hut 000 weiver. Seller monn is tsu bedauera. —In Paris sin olleweil 150 establishments wo se geils-tleash ferkawfa. —Der Brigham Young hut an neier crop fun ;S3 dechter des yohr—oil fit for heira. —Es nenimt yetz yusht 10 dog for goods shicka by Express, fun Chicago noch San Francisco. —Unscr kinner derhcam sin yusht about orrig uf brod-wsersht un buehweatsa kueha. —We konn mer an gaul cura fum shlobbera ? Mer gebt cam a shpitting-box un lust enu ni shpowa. —An ormer monn jn St. Louis will an divorce fun siner fraw weil se earn als de kleany kinner on der kop shnieist. —Kup doch selly hohr ous em kase—mer mus sich yo warhoftich shemma for denna fremmy leit wu doh om dish sin. —Wann an fremder ...

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$t i b. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

$t\ti\tb. THE ORPHAN'S CHRISTMAS-EVE. BY MARY A. DENISON. It had been snowing heavily all day, and toward night had cleared oft", and now a keen, bitter wind was blowing, ihat cut to the very bone. It was so cold, indeed, that but few persons were in the streets, although it was Christmas-eve, Usually, at this hour, on the night before the great holiday, tho pavements were crowded with, people: happy children going, handin-hand, with their parents, to buy toys; gay lookers-on; maskers in grotesque garments; and boys blowing horns; everything and everybody jubilant with joy and merriment. But now the etreets were almost deserted, for the snow lay a foot deep. In vain the shop-windows blazed with gas and exhibited their very choicest stores. Here and there a newsboy, stooping to face the blast, cried the evening papers, and now and then a solitary cab drove almost noiselessly through the white streets. The gale roared through the trees of the public square, and the icicles rattl...

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#ttv pule |0to [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

#ttv pule |0to —How to get the real complexion of some ladies—take a little soap and water. —r" To what sect or fraternity do you think I belong?" asked a contemptible fop of a lady. " To the in-seet fraternity," was the reply. —St. Paul, Minnesota, has had the "White Fawn," which the papers describe as performed by girls " barefooted up to the neck." —"I tell you what, sir," said a Y'aukee of his opponent, " that man don't amount to a sum in arithmetic; add him up, and there's nothing to carry." —A Yankee wishing for some sauce for his dumplings, forgot the name of it, and said: " Here, .waiter, fetch me some of that gravy that you swallow your dumplings in." —"Itemember who you arc talking to, sir," said an indignant parent to a fractious boy, "I am your father, sir." "Well, who's to blame for that ?" said the young impertinence; "taint me." —"I say, Pat," said a Yankee to an Irishman, who was digging in his garden , "are you digging out a hole in that onion bed?" "No," says...

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OIK CMJ.tlSTaJLA-S .VICTIJTf JK ! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

OIK CMJ.tlSTaJLA-S .VICTIJTf JK ! THE WHITE HOUSE SAJJTA t'LAUS. A RACE FOR THE "tJOOD THINGS I"

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BEECHER'S BOYHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 25 December 1868

BEECHER'S BOYHOOD. Henry Ward Beecher tells, in the Ledger, that when he was a youngster of nine winters, he had a long checked apron put on him, and was sent to do the housework—" to set the table, to wait on during meals, to clear off the things, shake and fold the table cloth, wash the dishes, scour the knives and forks, sweep up the carpet, dust the chairs and furniture," etc. " To these tasks," says he, "I soon added the hemming of towels and napkins, and of coarse fabrications—bags, ticks and such like. During this period I also continued my stable work." Mr. Beecher avers that the knowledge obtained in this way has been of incalculable value to him all his life; and he thinks that men should be made acquainted with such things in these days, when women are emerging from the household, and learning trades, professions and arts. Would it not be well for mothers generally to train up their boys much as Mr. Beecher's mother trained hers? A CLEROYMAN had just united in marri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 1 January 1869

Professional. O .T. DIC KEY, • ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: SOl'TH Ql'KKN ST., scconil house below Hie " Fountain Inn," Lancaster, l'u. J 15. LIVINGSTON, • ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: NO. 11 NORTH IiUKK ST., west aide, north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. CHARLES DENTES, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. UFFICE: Xo. 3 SOUTH DIKE STRKKT, Lancaster, l'a. JOHN IV (iOOI), ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: XO.50 LAST KING ST., Lancaster, l'a. JW. JOHNSON, . ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: XO 25 SOUTH Ql'KKN ST., Lancaster, l'a. DP. HOSENMILLEH. Jit., • ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: With A. HEER SMITH, Esq., South Queen St., Lancaster, l'a. AC. REINOEIIL, • ATTOKXKY AT LAW. WEFKE: Xo. 3 SOUTH 1>VKK ST., Lancaster. JO II X 1". It E A , ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: With Hon. O.J. DICKEY, Xo. 21 SOUTH e;l' KKX ST., Lancaster, l*a. MARTIN Itl'TT, ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE of the late Hon. THADDEUS STEVENS, No. 20 south Queen St., Lancaster, l'a. AMOS IF. MVLIN. ATTOKXKY AT LAW. OFFICE: XO. 8 SOUTH IJIKKX ST., Lancaster. T K . I...

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PtoUnnwu& [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 1 January 1869

PtoUnnwu& HARRYING A FORTUNE. t'.v GK;iiXVA :-',u:j'.E-. '" Yes, I'll ilo it. Ralph, even if she is n scraggy, worthless, hairless, dried up, yellow, vine^nr-iheed old maid. I'll marry her: or, rather, her fortune!" and so saying he leaned himself back in his chair , mid commenced pu/lillK away us coolly at his c:ij;ar ns though mumjitui were * the most commonplace, uninteresting all'air ever dreamed of. '• 1 'on sjieak qitil,' confidently, young man." returned his companion. '• perhaps the /<'(/ // in (incstion won't have you. Don't be too conceited, if you luire liecn called irresistible." "Fiddlesticks'. I guess my uncle's fortune was the most irresistible part to the New York belles, and I am certain now that my 'great expectations' have passed away, there isn't two of them ever remember associating with me. I tell you , Ralph, love is all moonshine! a mere creature of the fancy—for I never seen a pretty girl yet that could set my heart a palpitating. Money ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 1 January 1869

Dry Goods. FURS! FIKS! FURS! HAGKR * I1ROTIIKBS have just received nn elogtmt assortment of FANCY FIRS FOR LADIES AND MISSES. Mink, Sublc, Siberian Squirrel, Fitch, Ermine, W"liter Mink, &c. — IX—Muffs, Collars, Eugenias, circulars. Skating Mulls anil Rons, Swans' Down and Squirrel Ties, &c. SH A ~ WLS, in great variety a ( HAGER * BROTHERS. Open and Filled Centre Rrochc, Ristorl Long Shawls, Fancy Woolen Long Shawls, Children's Sliuwls. MOURNING SHAWLS. BLACK THIBET LONG AND SQUARE SHAWL?, At Lowed Prices. XpALL AND WINTER HE A D Y- MADE VL O THING, FOR MEN AND BOYS. II ACER & BROTH KRS offer for sale the largest stock, at lowest "prices, all of their own manufacture, Fine Dress Suits, Business Suits, Roys' Suits. Overcoats, From the FINEST ESQUIMAUX 15EAVEH to good ordinary grade. OVERCOATINGS—Black and Colors all grades, FRENCH COATINGS—lilack, llrown, Dahlia. SILK MIXED COATINGS—Foreign and Domestic. CASSIMERES—New Styles. BOYS' WEAR—In great variety....

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Jatlw 9tafutm'0 €>\p [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 1 January 1869

Jatlw 9tafutm'0 €>\\\p GENERAL GRANT travels free on all ricilroaels. GEM. GRANT spends New-Year's day in Philadelphia. " : THE Legislature of Pennsylvania will j commence its session on Tuesday next. IOWA expects to double her representation in Congress at the. next apportion- ' ment. j BOSTON will have a weekly mail to Eu- rope by the Cunard line, beginning January first. 1 Two men and a boy were drowned while skating, at Toronto, Canada, on j Saturday. A POLICEMAN was murdered in Boston, by a man whom he caught prowling about I a railroad depot. Two pickpockets were lynched at Car- roll Station, on the Mobile; and Ohio rail- 1 road, on Monday night. I GENERALS Bahcock and Porter, of Gen. j Grant's start', have gone to Arkansas, to inquire into the militia troubles. CARPENTER is painting a portrait o f i Horace Greeley, as be appears in tlieedi- ' torial room, for the Tribune Association. ! THE New York Hi ruhl predii'ts the es- , tabiishment speedily of amicable rela...

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