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TYPOGRAPHICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

TYPOGRAPHICAL. THE P HILADELPHIA Mouxixd POST came to us on New Year's day enlarged and typographically improved. It is one of the best papers in the State—independent of all cliques. We hail the evidence of its prosperity with great satisfaction. With its enlargement the price of the paper has been raised from one to t wo cents per copy, and it is well worth the money. THE Beaver Itmlical. published by M. S. Quay, ex-memlier of the Legislature, at Reaver, Pa., is a capital paper. Its contents are original and interesting. THE Miner's Journal, of Pottsville, Pa., comes to us enlarged to m.imoth size. It is one of tbs largest papers in the State, as it has always been one of the best.

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REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN COLUMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

REPUBLICAN VICTORY IN COLUMBIA. Columbia has iired the first political gun of 1W59. The borough election withheld on Monday last, and notwithstanding the most perfect organization and desperate efforts of the democrats, the Republicans elected their entire ticket b y 7"> maioritv, Well done ! f$" Among the Ife'publkim papers squarely on the side of legislative reform—open and outspoken- is the Columbia Spy, which facl we have heretofore neglected to notice, simply lieeause in this community everybody knows where (? find our neighbor, all the time, on question* of this kind.

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STATE SEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

STATE SEWS. UEKKS CorNTY.—The Reading Library Company have made arrangements for a free lecture every Thursday evening during the season A number of members of one of the Rending fire companies entered into a mutual agreement on Xew Year's day. not to drink any intoxicating drink during the vear IKttO Messr.- Ilushong & liros. bankers, on New Year's day made each person employed by them a present of one month's salary The Ringgold Hand of Reading are lieiug clothed in beautiful new uniforms, made by Messrs. Buch & Hro.. .">4l! IViiii Street. Mr. Daniel Miller, of Lebanon, is about to take charge of the ItipuWkaner von Berks Samuel ltulinger, whilst under the influence of intoxicating drink, was lying ou the E. Penn'a R. R. track at Mertzlown when a train passed over him, cAiising death in a few hours. A drunken Irishman on Christinas day took a defiant stand on the railroad, shaking his list at the locomotive. The latter, however, came up on time, and Pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

Jfatjjrr |ibral)am. INDEPENDENT AND I'ltOtlKKSSIVK. LANCASTER CITY, PA. -*^*- FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, I860.

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§oml <&tw [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

§oml <&tw ITKMS : l>r. A. H. Hrisbane has purchased the two-story brick dwelling of Mrs. ShertK, in Kast King, above Lime , f o r$4,H00. The MnmitJoy people arc becoming excited about the location of the Postoffiee in that boroug h. " High up, low down or middleways," is tho question Most people, elsewhere, fire excited about who's to he P. M. The Espre** savs t hat all the memb e rs of our City police resolved on Christmas Day that they would hereafter abstain from the use of intoxicating liquor. A good resolution. Did they decide whether "lag e r" would intoxicate ? The Sisters' Home , at Kplirata, took Are on Wednesday hist. It was extinguished before much damage was done. It was caused by a stove p ipe where it went through the floor to an upper room. The handsome gothic chapel erected by St. Jame s' Hpiscopal parish, of this city, on the corner of Locust street and stony alley, was dedica te d o n Monday last by- Bishop Morris, who is acting for Bish...

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?*••> DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

?*••> DIED. PANCOAST. Jan. 4th, in this city, Kli/.a Panooa st, in the 7J«r year of her age. SMVIIKK. Dec. .'list, is thin city, Mary Snyd e r, aged 74 years aud 20 days. ZAHM. Deo. 31st, in t hi s city, Emily Bi g ler, infant daughter of A. M. aud Maria L. Zahm, aged 8 months. Gt'KMAX. Jan. 1st, in this city, Klixabeth. daug hter of Jacob and Margaret Kckman, ag e d 3 y ears, S months and H days. HA vs. Dec. 39th, in this city. John Haus, ag e d 62 years, 8 months and 7 days.

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THE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

THE MARKETS Lancaster Household Markets. LAXCASTKB , Jan. 8. Butter, ft» , **§ R Lard . tAk "f Jf Kgg»,$doc -i*4 Beef, by quarter, lor front , fl lb » 0 10 do do. do. hindquarters 11 B U Small Pork, per quarter, for front IS w 14 do do. do. hindquarters « Whole Hon, per lb W« IS do. (tressed,) each M«80 Potatoes, * mu.... wiuo do. Whalf pk j 14616 Turnips, ft half ok «# 8 ApplasTVhairpk. »•» C orn i n the ear, «. bus 1»# Oaf, * bag of (bus 1M«1W ---?.? Beaalac markets (Prom the Daily Kagle.) _ .. January a. Batter, * a. 4se*> I jard,f> >>.,. "M JT*™ »"! aaa...^.,..,..., 40A4I J^ chickens, v »air aaieo f£*atpaa»f has vSie steal; la sate ;,.,.U | M Oo-pwaoarter ,gu ffa.... rl . *»•» 8aat|a»C!r:.\\"™

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

Jewelry. ^TAIIM & JACKSON, DEALERS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ML V E 1! \M> MI.VKR-l'I. VTF.II H'AHi: , >I'KI Til IKS \N1> KAM'V ti (Kills , Xn. I:. NOI1TII (jrKK.V STHKKT. I.ANCASTKl! , i'A. «» -ltKI" \ I U ! N (. AT'l'K.\l)i:i> I'll.),* no-:0-ly] Yir.\TCM KS! > > W AT( HIS! IVATl'ltK-! ( LOCKS. CLOCKS , CLOCKS. ' i'hc undersigned keeps (•onstnutly 011 lirimi 11 lurge and full iissorlment ot the (iKM'l.NK AMKHKJAN WATCH ICS, of different weight and ilnlsh, to suit all. which are sold upon the most rettsotuildc terms, ami guaranteed to give satisfaction. Keeps ul*o on hum! a good assortment of CUHJKs. ( all and examine the goods before purchasing; elsewhere. Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a continuance of the same. IIKMiY K. ANDKKWS, .inn lJim*] strnsburg, l^iiicasler eo , in. Insurance. -TMIK OLD 1'KNX Ml'TI'AL /. IFE INS I 11A XCE CO MP A N Y Ot' I'llll.AKKI.l'lll V. Act iMtLAi KD CAPITAL, *: > ,n<»0.&l...

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MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

MARRIED HlMMBSOKKKBU—LANOIS. Jan. 5th , at Ynndt's hotel; by the Kev. W. T. Gerhard, Samuel M. Bimmesderfer 11 Lizzie M. l.audis, both of East HempHeld township. WAKRI-KKPLINOKH. Dec. 'JUth, by Kev. J. J. Strlne, at his residence, Adam H. Warf e l, of Manor, to.Mary Keplinger, of Mouatville. BnccKAKT—HKKSHBY. Dec. .'list, at (T. Shenk's hotel, by the same, C. W. Krnckart, of West Hempileld, to Kate Hershey, of Kapho. W KIOHT— K AUFPMAV . Jan. 3d, at S. Fag e u's hotel, by the same, Abraham M. Wright to BarlHura A . Kanff i nan, bo t h of Manor. BENDBR—MtLMtH. Jan. .1th, iq this city, by Kev. J. G. Pritchey, Jacob H. Bender to Anna M. Miller, both of Manor.

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The Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

The Produce Markets. I'iiiLADKLPniA,.Tan.6.—Tlie Hour market continues vreatly depressed, and prices Kre droopinfftts the inquiry is confined exclusively to a small lot for tho supply of the home trade; sales of superfine at *ft@SS0 per bbl.; extra, at »tKe 6 M); (M0 bbls. Iowa and Wisconsin extra family at ?7.50@7.75; Minnesota do. do. at tfl.MH * ; !'» do. do , at *8.5i>@9.50; Ohio and Indiana do. do. at *0@10, and fancy lots at *11@I3, as to quality. Kye Flour Is scarce and commands *7 7.5@S. In Cornmcal nothing doinji. 1 The Wheat market isverv ilullat yesterday's i figures; sales of 2,000 bus. red at *I.SS@i.03; 7"U bus. So. 1 spring, at *l.wi. ! The receipts of Corn, by water, has censed, and by railroad they lire trilling. The demanit ' is good, and prices are higher; sales of 1.0m) bus. new yellow at 91c.QII.oo. 1,000 bus. new mixed Western at SWc. The current demand for Oats continues limited, and only 2,000 bus. western sold at 73@7(ie , and 1,000 bus. light l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

New Adrertisetnents. VAs " nYir MB. D. R. I.OCKK, better known as PK'I ito-I.KUJI V. N.VSUY, Postmaster at Confederate X llouds, will lecture In the COURT HOrSE. OX F11II.IAV EV'N(T , JAN. 1.1. ISf.ii. SfBJECT—" Cl.'SSKD HE CANAAX." Proceeds tor the benefit of st. John's Lutheran Church. Doors open at 7. Lecture to commence al 1\4 o'clock. TICKKTS . ROCKNTS—To be had at tho Hook and Jewclrv stores, and at the Lancaster Post onice. tJnn8-lt /"|OA L\ V, A // M G A R V X E R ' S COAL YAM). M'T ( .'(>AL, 4A.50; ijfl.00 , Delivered. KGG ANDST(IVECl)AL,*6.r>U;t7.00 Delivered. NICE NO. (! , Oil PEA COAL, At **:!. ~Kj and ^'1.7.1. jau8-21] AUG. KKI\OKHL. ./AC. l.'Ll.NOKHL, .III. 4 <& J. UEINOEHL. MANI.'FACTUUEIW AND DEALERS IX COPAL, WHITE, COFFIN , BLACK AND JAPAN 1'^t R N I S H K S , L1XSKKD OIL, TCUl'KNTIXi;, &c , Ac. NO. 100 NORTH <iUEEN STREET, (Iu the Keystone Ruildiu <r ,) I.AXCASTKK. PA. Also , Mahogany Boards, Veneers and Mould...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

Periodicals. ' rpiIE DAILY EVENING EXPRESS. FURNISHES ITS READERS REGULARLY WTII THE LATEST NEWS BV MA I L AND MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. And all Important Local and General Intelligence. TKIISIS: ijw.ooA YEAR; +1.23 FOR .'(MONTHS. THE WEEKLY EXIMtESS , A SATURDAY PAPER OF THK FIRST CLASS, Contain-, all the news of the week up to Friduy nigbt, and ^ives more fresh rendiufrlnan can he hail elsc'H here for the same amount of money. TI:P.MS: +4.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Address PHARSOL * (JK1ST, Publishers, dec 18.0m J Lancaster, PH. j Groceries. GROCERIES, FRl'ITS, AND j CONFECTIONS, ' FOB THE HOLI 1) A VS. LAYEK,SKBPLKSS ASDVALENCIA RAISINS D RIED APPLES, * mBFiA** SHAKER CORN, GREEN PEAS, SPLIT PEAS, CHOICE CRAXUEUU1KS, CHOICE GREEN TEA, CHOICE I1LACK TEA. BIO, LAGOYRA AND JAVA COFFEES, SUGARS AND SYKUPS. • A VARIETY OF CONFECTIONS, GLASS AND Ql'EEXSWARE. LAMP GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, i All the above of the best quality aud cheaper > than the cheapest. At D. S. ft J. S. KURSK'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

Jtallroads. T>ENNSVLVAMA CENTRAL R. R. Trains have the Central Depot as follows: . KASTWAUO. WKSTWAaO. Cincin.Ex....12:17 a.m. Erie Mail 1:50 a.m. Phlln.Express5:1* " Phlla. Exp... 2:W « Fast Line 7<T2 " Mail Hrl5 « Lunc. Train.. »:US " Fast Line....-. 2:tt> p.Stt. Dav Express. IM p.m. Columbia Ac.'MS " Harrisb'-s AC.V5I " Harrlsb'g Ac. .r i:54 " Xono. Tiain.. 7:29 " Tincin. Kx,...10:M " "I > I) A I >1 N <. .Will OLUirlBI A R. R. ON AND AFTER TIIL'RSDAY, NOV. ' 26, 1S»>«, » PAssENGER TRAINS WILL BE RUN ON TRV I to A D, A S FOLLOW 8: * l.EAVK ARR1TK. Li m-aster SKW a. in. Keading l«:2ua.«. " :l:26p.m. " .'>:4'ip.m. coin robin 8s»a.ra. " lu:2Ua. m. " :i:2Up.m. '• :40 p.m. RETURNING: I.BAVK. ' A»R1V«. iteiiiling T.-OOn.m. Lancaster U:iAa.m. " (ins p. m " >- ':26p.aa. " 7:00a.m. ( olumbla .0:211a.m. '• (!:)."> p.m. '¦ '• • i .1:2.' ' a. m. " ' K:3i)p.m. Triiins leaving Lancaster and Columbia am nbove. make close con...

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%t ittgiMmMft i'ritsch. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

%t ittgiMmMft i'ritsch. - • . FPM WTHWEfTLEBREMNEB. ,«H WttWjf fhn der Widfraw Wohler. SCHLrFFLETOWX, 1 Jan. 5, 184M>. } Jk||tTElt FOBJUKK ABRAHAM: •eh wens net we's is, awer es denkt inieh darned sella "continued" unna draw du •Vletsht woeTl weichg'mentionedhob das iejtste {***> • fan dor Widfraw Wohler fmitlch macha wet de woch, for sell, eecht ate Bevvja, is-der weg das de leit wissa ebs ahtickly ficrtlch is odder net. Anyhow tans fun mciiwtiuochber's weiver is grawct eto negsht dog rivver kumma un htnf a>'iftwt de# es besht deal {under shtory het sen yo ivvcr hupt, un donn hob ich cara eiptnlfted etas" left's im sin net in my negsh-•arbreef ni t*u du, well de gons g'shicht •ft). Jang fe jfer eamohl. Un now, doll gents for de balance dcrfu: . Def fremd monn is donn tif un huckt •ipt onna for si nacht earn, un de widfraw sVkt 9MU g'sawt er set sich selwer helfh. Soon secht er: "Yah well awer, uf •worse, du neiumsht der aw an site on der 4 BH un esht in...

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^[$Ufiti& . [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

\^[$Ufiti& . UtlSktUiW Wlltl GEJTl GRAFT-HE SPEAKS HIS MESD. The Bt Loois Ihnmrai of Dec. 30, says: AflfgttngttutHett UWM»"»f 1 Honls, a professional gentleman* ef. wliable judgment, has just returned from Washington, arkere he had an InttadaClkm to MM nrsideat eleeU and very pleasantly relates aaamcieristics'oi the interview fiat Mmr^a^khfHi the clear thought and the fndramsnft judgment of the man whom the peoplehaaor. We hone to bear from pur friend often, and present his sketch this moraine uader bis own title of— . . , - A-ftaJJ HOPa WWII OBMBBtl WUliT. It was my good fortune thhv morning to spend a short time With the man lo whom, more than any other, the eyes of the nation are at present turned. The headquarters of the armies of the United States Is an unassuming two-story building, formerly a private residence, directly Opposite the Navy Department. In company With a friend your correspondent presented himsettv raqairrag of an orderly in the hall if the General ...

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miXSMOBC BUTTER.. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

miXSMOBC BUTTER.. Butter la very htgh, and It is desirable to mcreaaethe suifrpTy ofaantticlcInsUch general use. There is but.oue way of doing this. We caanot increase tho number of cows so as to meat the demand this fall aad win* ter, bat we can, by liberal feeding, enable the cows that we have to give more milk, or at least we can get milk containing from one-third to one-half more batter. That liberal feeding will do this there «an be no question. Wlmt extra foofl to give depends on circumstances. The quality of the grass at this season is apt to deteriorate, and even when there is abundance of it, a little richer food can be given to the cows with great advantage. When grass is short, there is still greater necessity for, and advantage in, providing extra. In many sections there is milch com imperfectly eared, and there caft.be no better- wajf of disposing of it than to feed it out, stalks and all, to milch cows. This will save iroskiag. If well cured and Eut In snmH sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

#EN. DAVID V, I'CBBABf, Atfamat Oeswal ef INiaejlranla, ,

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®ut fittlr gofeerj [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

®ut fittlr gofeerj —To dream you are a pig, behooves you to guard.well your tongue, lest you turn out a bore. «—An old bachelor is a traveler on life's railroad, who lias entirely failed to make tlie proper connections. —AcmstyoM bachelor says ho thinks it is woman, and not her wrongs, that ought to be redressed. —A country youth says a lady with a Grecian bernf looks like a crook-necked squash struck by lightning. —This is the greatest sugar consuming country in the world, and that is why one—jrfrls are such sweet creatures. —A bachelor ixkuul says he dislikes voting married couples, " because they are so apt to givptl^ilil^rejulle^s:" —Wh y are a fashionable youny lady : s brains like a speckled trout ? Because they love to sport under a waterfall. —An unpoetical Yankee has described ladies' lips as the "ghrwtag gateways of bdahs, pork, sourcrout and potatoes." —Why are the tsees at present like Black Crook ba«e» girls? Because they present on extensive array of bore limbs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 8 January 1869

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