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§m\ pta& [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

§m\\ pta& ITEMS: Tho citizens of Torre Hill, (Faivville) Kast Karl township, will take all persons from Epkrata Station to the Sundav School Convention, to be held on tho 28th anil 2!>th inst., and return them to that point after the Convention is over, free of charge. They will also entertain persons who attend. "Nasby's" lecture at tho Court House, in this city, on Friday evening last, was quite a success, lioth as to numbers in attendance, and the approbation expressed of the lecture. The evening was unfavorable, otherwise the attendance would have been very large. About 870 were realized over aud above all expenses. Cyrus Schwangcr, of Mount Joy township, has received a patent for improvement in plough cultivators. The two-story brick house in North Queen, between Walnut aud Lemon streets, of Herman Miller, has been seld to Francis Hawmans, for $5,800, and the latter has sold to the former his house in West King, for 92,600. House of Levi Coates, in Christia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

S. B. Heise, of Columbia, has been awarded by a jury, $(>,400 damages, against the Pennsylvania Railroad. A year ago a jury awarded 310,200, but the Court set it aside. Both juries were from York county. The Moravian congregation will hold a Fair at Fulton Hall, this city, next week. The taste of the ladies of tho congregation , gives assurance that it will he very attractive, and we hope they will meet with great success. A correspondent of the K.rprcss, signing himself "Grant Republican," talks plain about the " Swindlers at Harrisburg," and suggests that a public meeting he called to "give expression to tho opiniou of the constituents of our pretended Representatives upon the subject of legislative economy and honesty." That's a good move—now let the people take the matter in hand. E A German, named Smith, committed suicide on Wednesday morning, at the County Hospital, lie went to tins water closet iu his room very early, and drew a razor across his throat, inflicting a ...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

MARRIED. BENUEK—RtJEL. Jan. 14th, by Rev. W. T. Gerhard, David M. Bender to Elizabeth H. Ruel, both of West Earl. HrrNSBEKOEit—EBB. Same day by the same, Henry H. Hunsberger, of West Earl, to Lydia B. Erb, of Epbrata township. WECHTEU—FELLENBAUM. Sameday.by the Rev. D. P. Rosonmlller, Samuel Wechter, of West Earl, to Eliza Fellenbaum, of this city, KOHB—LANDIS. Doc. 24th, by Rev. J. E. , Kessler, Jacob D. Kohr, of Manheim twp., to ' Mary A. Landis, of Lancaster city. FERGUSON—WELSH. Jan. 14th, by Rev. E. J. Gray, Win. L. Furguson to Laura L. Welsh", both of Columbia, Pa. OVEKHOLSER—STTKK. Jan. 12th, by Rev. J. J. Strluc, Martin K. Overholser to Lizzie ' E. Stirk, both of Fairville, this county. PLEAM—TROOP. Jan. 14th, by Rev. E. J. ' Gray, David Pleam, of West Earl, to Caroline I Troop, of Intercourse. . ! . A«^ -

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

DIED. HABNISH. Jan, 14th, at New Danville, i Martin W. Harnish (saw miller) in the 32d year of his age. j NtxDORP. Jan. 14th, in this city, John S., son of Frederick and Anna E. Nixdorf, aged 9 years, G months and 25 days. STEWART. Jan. 17th, in this city, Andrew Stewart, sr., iu tho 7:Sd year of his age. GOKMLEY. Jan. 19th, in this city, Mrs. Anna Maria Gortnley, daughter of John Hatz, dee'd., aged 61 years, 3 months and 8 days. MILLER. Jan. 12lh, In Strasburg, Mrs. Catharine Miller, of this city, aged 6:1 years and 12 days. lll'SHONO. Jan. 12th, John Itushong, of Upper Leacock, aged 74 years, 11 mouths and . '! days.

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

THE MARKETS. Lancaster Household Markets. LANCASTER , Jan. 20. Ruttcr, tin 40 @15 Lard, Will, iu ©18 Eggs, $1 doz 28 @S» Dressed Chickens, 40 @60 Turkeys, 1.60 02.60 Whole Hogs, per lb 13)i@U Beef, by quarter, lor front, ft lb % X A4S 9'1 do. do. do. hindquarters.... II 013 Sausage, per lb 18 020 Potatoes, V bus 00 @110 do. fyhnlfpk 13 fel5 Turnips, ft half pk 8 ®10 Apples, ty halfpk 23 @20 Covnmcal 5 Beans, %) quart 10 ©12 Corn in the ear, W bus 1.00#1.10 Oats, V bag of 3 bus 1.2501.75 4».^ Beading Markets (From the Daily Eagle.) January 20. Butter,*! a 36@40 Lord, ®lh 22 Eggs,fl do* 88 Potatoes, « bus 75@100

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Philadelphia Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

Philadelphia Cattle Market. MOKDAY , Jan. 18.—The arrivals and sales of Beef Cattle at tho Avenue Drove Tard reached about 1,800 head this week. The market was moderately active, and prices were well maintained. Sales at 9<k@UA{c. for extra Penn'a and western steers, 80fc. for fair to good do., and S07o. ft s>. cross, for common, as to quality. The following are the particulars of the sales: 81 head, Owen Smith. Western 8 0 9U 88 " A.Christy*Bro_ Western.... 9 0 9K W " DengleriMoCleese, Virginia. 6 2 s\ 78 "- P. MoMllen, Western 8 Slug 88 •' P. Hathaway, Western 7^010 20 " B. MoFlllen, Chester oo. » ©10 80 " E. 8. McFlllen, Western 8 S »H 68 " Ullman * Bachman,Western. 7 ii» 75 " Martin Fuller A Co., Western. 7 < i V% 140 " Moonoy * Smith, Western 7^110 85 " T. MooneyABro., Western... 6 i!)U 00 " II. Chain, W. Penna 6W0 7tf 105 " John Smith, Western «HV »>i 55 " 8. H.Frank, Virginia 8^8 70 " Frank A Schomberg, Virginia 8^0 TJi 100 " Hope A Co., West...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

Xete Advertisements. rpilK 15KST AND THE CUKAI'K^T! sssssssssssssssssssH^^^^!^ flp: "THE TfcJFl'J.E ORGAN," Isaoknoirtedgertl'y nl] wlm i,:m. examined ii, tO tie the most perfect, liceil iintruiiieiit over lntroxluoed to the public. It combines . ALL JtECENT LMI'KOVKMENTS, and for rowan, FPLLSESS , ITH -n-OF msn, AMI QV ' lCIC kaSVONSS TO THB TOUCH, KltrpllsseH III! others raits close resemblance to tbe ripe < >rgun< Itseonslructlon is EN*PI»1LY NEW and DIF1- KUKXT fJMMtt all Other Beed Organs now in u<e. The editor Of the "TIMI'LK or Music" says: *»J|ajpe1»magni<lccntinstrument,imd lias maa^ AM qualities to recommend it-, among Others US Stop-, Imitating most successfully manyoflhemost u.si liil in the pipe organ. The flute, the piccolo, bassoon,clarionet anil various others, are such perfect linitationstlial 11 would be difficult to distinguish them from the senuirie at a little distance from the performer." We have for alone; time seen the n...

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Neir Advertise in en t,s. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

Neir Advertise in en t,s. R r. P O K T OF tbe Hoard of Directors of the Lancaster County .Mutual Iiistmmce Company, mute ut the i mice "f the Com puny at Williamstuwn , .Iiiiuiaiy I.th, I.MiH : Amount ol' ins'iraiiee on policies i.-siieil up 1 t .i.-iliua i;,- !'-I, Isii- ^I'. fJiti . sj i (!S Amount ol" insurance ' el ¦ Veele.l tm poHele-i --U' »1 (iwriii-.; i lie year t l,~-'i;,';v: .*:o Aiiiounl of in lualiee cancelled for tbe ,-:ime perio-l '-::i,HI 19 1 nereaseii aiiioun! ot ill- sin Mice ilir. ill" the ve'r .jlil .Wl "U Wide auioiinl .'I i 11 ¦ ¦ '. i . ranee in lore-- .JaMiarv 1-1 . Isc'- I S7,l!i:l,T52 SO Alll'I ol prel!IHII:l lloli> - . -- -—' jrlii I'<rce ,fauna! v 1,'-^. -5 L'lli' ¦ _'!!'; l-> A in t ..I pit ie luiii u ¦ ¦ ' s lIcpoMlcd Willi I l.eeol.lpany .luring I lie year... i. -, ii>") 7 ; Ain't "I " pit in ill in Doles cancelled for till- same pi nod "1,'j.i.i 71 [l.ei eased anion 111 ot pie- iiiiiini noli s ilui-iiii; y'r 2s',4T)l ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

Periodicals. rpiIE DAILY KVENIXt; EXPRESS FURNISHES IT> READERS EEtJFLARLY WITH T11 J 0 L A T E S T X E W S 15 Y MALI AM) MAGXETK TELEGKAl'II, And all Important I.ucal und (Jincnil Intelligence. TKR.MS: *"'.mi A YEAI.'J vl .••:, FOil :! MONTHS. TIIK WEEKI.V EXPWKSS , A SATURDAY I'Al'II! of THE 1-1 lisT LII. ASS. Contains all I lie news of tbe week up to Friday night, and Rives more fresh reading than can be hud elsewhere for the MUIII- amount of mom y, TKIIMS: *2.00PKi: YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Address l'E TliSI'L.t l J El ST, Publishers, dec 18-fini] Lancaster, l'u. Groceries. /. i .'KKJEIUES , FltlJITS, VT AND CONFECTION'S . FOlt Til E HOT. I I) AYS. LAYER,SEEDLESS A\n VALENCIA RAISINS NEW CURRANTS, NEW CITRON, TURKISH PRUNES, UREEN APPLES, DRIED APPLES, DK1ED PEACHES, HOMINY, SHAKER CORN, UKEEN l'E AS, SPLIT PEAS, CHOICE ( RANItKRRIKS, CHOICE GREEN TEA, CHOICE BLACK TEA. RIO, LACiUYRA AND JAVA COFFEES, SUGARS AND SYRUPS. A VAKIETY OF CONFECTIONS , GLASS AND QUEENS WARE. LAMP ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

Jewelry. yAIIM & .JACKSON, DEALERS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND FANCY' GOOD-, ' > X... ir. XORTH (>l'HEX STREET, . LANCASTER, PA. hi. -h'EI'AIRING ATTENDED 'i'O.'tw nojll-lyj WATCHBS! TV WATCHES! » WATCHES ! CLOCKS, CLOCKS , 'LOCKS. The undersigned keeps eonstanUy on hand a large and full assortment ot the GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES, ot'difTerent weight and finish, to soil all, which are sold ujion tho most reasonable terms, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Keeps also on hand a good assortment of CLOCKS. I all and examlnethe goods before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful lor past favors, I solicit a continuance of the same. HENRY F. ANDREWS, jan 1-flm*] strasburg, l-aneastcrdo , Pa. Insurance. rpIIE OLD PENX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. ACCUMULATED CAPITAL , .?2,000,000, After paying Losses to the amount of (1,120,000. CHARTER PERPETUAL. All the Surplus Dividend amongst the Policy Holders every ...

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The Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

The Produce Markets. PHILADELPHIA , Jan. 20.—The Flour market continues very dull, and for the medium and low grades prices are drooping, while choice lots are relatively scarce ana mainly at former quotations; small sales of superfine at «5@5.25 per bbl.. extra at *6©6 50, lowa and Wisconsin extra family at *7.26©7.75, Minnesota do. do. at *7.60©8. 300 bbls. fancy W isconsln do. at *8.*.@ 8 SO, some Penn's do. do. at t8.M@0 25, Ohio do. do. at M@10.60, and fancy lots at *ll©13. Rye flour sells In lots at fl.MieS. Prices of Corn meal are nominal. Wheat comes forward slowly, and the demand is extremely limited; small sales of red at S1.8XN91.90, and amber at fc!®«.0S. Bye is steady at *l 6061.62 for prime and western, and »1.80© 1.82 for Delaware. Corn Is quiet, with sales of 8,000 bus. new yellow at 880910. for damp and dry. Oats are steady at 7i@76c. for western, and 60 ©700. for Penn'a. Whisky is selling in lots at *1.02© 1.04. Cloverseed is in demand at the late advance; sa...

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$enttftjtoattterfc §&#& [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

$enttftjtoattterfc §&#& WE MSB SAM UXADRIYEB OUSGUCKT HUT FOR AN FBAW. (FUM PIT SCHWBFFLBBRENNKR.) Nochdem das khfbra tswetta mohl disappoint war—de ean'd war mer tsu shtin und de onner tsu will'd un ferbobbled, hob ich da notion in der kupkrickt mich amohl awmacha by eaner de so ivver ova goot slug* hut kenna, for ich bin orrig in favor fun guty music. Eara nawma war Fanny Leiderbach, un nochdem das ich mich awgemacht hob g'hot bin ich drei mohl mit eara beam fun der karrich , on iehnrussawya da* se an ferdulter guter impression gemacht hnt uf mich—so gu't las ich about my mind ufgemacht hab se tsu frohya for mich tsu heira , un kortzy eerwet derfu tsu macha, for ich war . ordlich sure das se mich nemma deat. De Fanny war eans fun de beshty singer im shteddle, un se hut aw an piano g'hot das drei hunnert dahler gekusht hut , un shpeela hut se kenna , un singa, about so gu't das ennich weibsmensh in der nochhershaft , for se huts gelamd in der hoarding shool. D...

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BRKEF FTJX STEVENS, LANCASTER CO [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

BRKEF FTJX STEVENS, LANCASTER CO STBVBNS , Jan. 4,1869. Om letshta Dinshdeg for ocht dog, owets, hen se den Wabash Miller un si olty amohl g'serenade weil si doohterg'heiert hut. Es wara in all about siwa-untswansich kleany buwa un grosse buwa wu weiver un aw kinner hen. Se sin kumma goot prepared mit shtore-boxa , pine riegel, rossam, blose-htarner, bittersbuttla un onnery inshtrumenta un yacht tsu macha. Des bitters wu in de buttla war hut si duty goot gedu, Awer an deal hens net shtanda kenna un sin ob un beam ebs ferbei war. Der General wu so orrig gooty bitters music gtnaeht but is aw tsuletsht entirely collapsed un se hen ean beam aemma missa tsu seiner fraw. PBTBB RBATAFASS.

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THB COLORED MEN'S CONTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

THB COLORED MEN'S CONTENTION Col. Forney in his " Occasional" letter to the Philadelphia Prett, on Friday, thus speaks of the National Colored Men's Convention, then in session In Washington. I hope I do not discredit Congress when I say that I think the Colored Men's Convention, now in session here, contains an average intelligence that makes 1t no ordinary competitor with the men who deliberate between the-marble walls of yonder Capitol. The white men in Congress aie the scions of civilization, and have generally been selected for their superior wit, wisdom, or worldly experience. The large majority are members of the bar, trained to talk, and cunning in the shrewd defence of the law; practiced politicians, diplomatists, scholars, and experts of all kinds. How different with the Colored Congress!—the representatives of a race traduced, taunted, and fettered for two centuries, many of them self-reared and self taught, and those from the South eight years ago, excluded not o...

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HONEST JOHN 8TB0HM, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

HONEST JOHN 8TB0HM, Of Laaeaster County. John Btrohm was born in Fulton township, Lancaster county, on the 18th day of October, 1793, and is now In the 76th year of his age. He resides ia PwrMence township, and enjoys excellent health and vigor. Bat few men of this county have taken a more presalaent and honorable part In public attain than Honest John Strohm. His first appearance on the political stage was his election to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives In 1831, and his re-election in '82 and '93. Being recognized on all sides as not only a conscientious mas, hot else, of more than ordinary ability—just the kind of a man calculated to enjoy the confidence of such a constituency as the people of Lancaster county—he was afterwards elected and reelected to the Senate, closing bis second term in 1842, and serving one term as Speaker with entire satisfaction to all. In 1844 he was elected to Congress, and re-elected in 1848—his term expiring in 1849, when Thaddens Stev...

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JrtlttUn. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

JrtlttUn. VIXNIE REAM, THE 8CULPTUBI8T. The young woman who is executing a bust of the late President Lincoln in the Capitol at Washington, under authority of Congress, has been subjected to a good deal of adverse criticism. All this, it seems, came from members of her own sex and was the result of jealousy. At least so it is alleged. Vinnie is not in favor of the woman's right movement, as appears from the following which we find in the Washington correspondent of the St. Louis Democrat : A gentleman who was conversant with the facts, or near by at the time, told me of this scene, which happened not long ago in the studio of little Vinnie Ream. Miss Vinnie, discovered in her artistic dress, elaborating her statue of Lincoln. To her enter Mrs. Cady Stanton, and the ceremony of an introduction is effected by a third party. Mrs. Stanton produces a long roll of petition, on the female question, of course, and says, in her large, benignant way : " Child, we wish your name here.'' ...

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STATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

STATE NEWS. BERKS COUNTY.—The Democrats of Reading have nominated Mayor Gernand and Treasurer Heidenreich for re-election. The Republican candidates are, for Mayor, Hon. J. Pringle Jones, and for Treasurer, Col. William R. Walter There were 320 interments in the Charles Evans' Cemetery, Reading, during the year 1868. . . A daring robbery was committed at Shocmakersville one night last week. Mr. David Michaels, an honest shoemaker was the victim—his shoemaker shop entered and $25 stolen therefrom. The robbery of this shoemaker's shop has created considerable excitement among the shoemakers of Shoemakersville. . . Ten new locomotives for the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad are contracted for. . . Geo. Wnitner, Esq., one of the best citizens of Berks county, died at Oley, last week, in the 59th year of his age. . . .Wm. R. Nelson, late of Clark & Nelson's Business College of Reading, diedatPoughkeepsie, N. YT . . A library at Blrdsboro is to be established. . . Work has...

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wax l^ttttf jtjto [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

wax l^ttttf jtjto —Popular hose company—society of women. —Ink has been called the black slave that waits on thought. —It is very common for men when cornered to have husky voices. —If you could look " spruce" in your old age don't " pine" your youth. —Money—The " root of all evil," to those who spend their life in rooting for it. —If " brevity is the soul of wit," what fancy thing a feshionble coat is, is 'nt it ? —If nature abhors vacuum , why does she permit many empty headed people to live? —A young lady's motto—"The lip that touches liquor shall never touch mine." —The question is raised whether the grief of a mulatto maybe considered yellow pine. —The music of the planing mill is supposed to be made by the bands that run the machinery. —An Irishman being asked to define hard drink said: it is sitting on a rock and sipping water. —How can it be proven that a horse has six legs ? Because he has fore legs in front and two behind. —A Bore.—A man who persists in talking about...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 22 January 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

jS^fti**' AT LAW. Onm: 96il«W<l©WBirlT.,»eeoi»dhon»ebelow the « KoantlP Mm," Umcaster, Fa. B. LIVIMG8TON, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. OVVIOB: No. 11 WORTH DUKE ST., we*t Side, north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. /CHARLES DENUESj ^ ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICB: HO. 3 SOUTH DUKE STBKKT, L»ncastor, 1*0. ____ _ JOHN B. GOOD. ATTORN KT AT LAW. OFVICB: XO. M EAPT KINO ST., Lancaster, Pa. J_ W. JOHNSON, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. •tnci: No 39 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. . DP. ROSENMILLER, JR., _ • ATTORNEY AT LAW. - OFVICB: With A. HBBB S MITH, Esq., South Queen St., opposite the office of ''Father Abraham," Lancaster, Pa. AC. REINOEHL, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. QsriCK: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster JOHN P. REA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0»»ICB: With Hon. O. J. DICKEY , No. Jl SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. MARTIN BUTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE of the late Hon. THADMDI STBVENS, No. 96 South Quoen St., Lancaster ^ Pa. AMOS II. MYLINr Jt\. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICII: NO. 8 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster. K. RUTTE...

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