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A CLINCHER [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

A CLINCHER During tho long and excited debate in the U. S. Senate on the Constitutional amendment on Monday and Tuesday last, the cops spoke long and loudly about " State Sovereignty," &e. Mr. f relinghuysen took the wind out of them, in this wise: u No State is sovereign!" cries New ¦ Jersey's son. "Has a State a right to declare war? No! Has a State a ri ght to make or ratify treities with foreign powers? No! Has a State the right, or does she provide for the transportation of mails through her boundaries or beyond? No! Then why is she sovereign?" There was logic in these three queries that astounded the "Democratic side," and demoralized them completely.

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(JEN. GRANT'S " POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

(JEN. GRANT'S "POSITION. A special Washington despatch to the Philadelphia Hulktin , sajs that in a conversation with a prominent Senator on Tuesday, General Grant said he hoped there would be no delay on the part of the Senate in passing tho suffrage amendment to the Constitution which was passed by the House on Saturday 'week,and he expressed fears that if the Senate made any modification whatever of the House amendment, that .the Bubject would be thrown over into tho next Congress, and this he would regard as being almost fatal to the proposition. General Grant urged therefore that the amendment, as passed by the Houser should be passed b y the Senate at as early a day as possible.

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THE CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

THE CABINET The Cabinet mystery is becoming decidedly interesting, says an exchange. We are within one month of the inauguration of the new President, but nobodyknows a word about the new Cabinet except Gen. GH 'AXT , and he is the last man to tell. That is, nothing is known of the particular persons who will go into the Cabinet, but everybody feels absolutely certain what will be their character and purpose. WTe can safely assume that tlio new Cabinet will convey to the country the assurance that extravagance and dishonesty will cease, that ths laws will be enforeed, and that to this end the offices will be filled with men only of established character for inflexible integrity, high order of capacity, and in full sympathy with Gen. CHANT'S avowed purpose to reform abuses, ' iig hten the burthen of taxation, stimulate enterprise, and place tho national credit in the highest position before the world. With this assurance the country is content to wait a while for the names. S...

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WASHINGTON NEWS AND 6IOHSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

WASHINGTON NEWS AND 6IOHSIP. fCl'i.r.KD 1HOM VAniOL'S SOURCES.] It will lie remembered that during the debate in the Senate last year relative to the ease of Fitz Jolin Porter, a letter was produced from General Franklin giving Gen. George II. Thomas as his authority for the statement that he would not believe Generals Pope or Robertson their oaths. In reply to:i letter from General .Roberts, General Thomas writes that he never authorized any such statement. The committee of ways and means, at a recent meeting, agreed to report Mr. 8cheii(;k"s bill providing for the payment of United States bonds in gold , unless where otherwise provided b y law , and also for legalizing gold contracts. The sub-reconstruction eommittec have reported a liht of one hundred and fifty persons in various-purls of the South for removal of political disability, but no Virginia .judges or district attorneys are included. The marriage of General Cyrus B. Coinstock, engineer officer on General Grant's s...

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STATE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

STATE NEWS i UNION COVNTV .—Hon. Wm. 11. A'rm-1 strong, will lecture on the ni ght of the | Kith at Lqwisburg. Subject—" Italy "... j David Kahl of Buffalo township, attempt-I ed to blow out a kerosene lamp, which | caused an explosion of the lamp, but for-I tunately Mr. K. escaped serious injury.... Prices at Lewisburg—Kest Flour, $10; Butter, 35c; Eggs, 25; Apples, 1.00 to 1.23; Potatoes, 80c to £1 A religious i revival is going on at Wintield: ei ghty-! nine persons were couvertcd, and on tiie 1 17th tilt., twenty-three were baptized Rev. Joshua Evans, pastor of the Lutheran Church at Lcwisbury, died on tho 25th ult Union county is free from debt, with 94 ,195.43 in the Treasury. HKICKS COUNTY .— The Eagle says indications are for plenty of work of all kinds iu Reading during the ensuing season Michael Flaherty was bound over by Al-4erma» Shoeuer, for severely beating his wife while under the influence of fighting | whiskey The Schuylkill Navigation ;. Compan v have nearly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

New Advertisements. j JACOB HABNISH, M. S. HABX1SH, JOHN I.. JI.LLKB. HARNISH&CO'S;CHEAP STORE, : ! No.27 WKSTKING-ST.; LANCASTER, PA., j Healers In Foreign aud Domestic I DRY GOODS, GLASS AND QUEKNSWAKK, \ Cloths, Cosslmeres, Sattinetts, Joans, Tweeds, j Lindseys, Flannels, Tickings, checks, ITalds, ; Alpaccas, Dross Goods, Ginghams, t aliooes, ; Muslins und Drills, ° White Goods, Notions, &Xo. I Feathers, MKX AND BUV.V IVJJA1I, Made up at astonishing Low 1'rices SW-Call nnd examine our stock Vfore pur.I chasing elsewhere. [febi2'<S9-iy ' ^AUTIOX. All persons aro hereby cunttonerl against no- ' gotuitliig a certain note due April 1, lWifi. given i OYjneln favor of UAVII) KU:llL,t' oi- taSauui i ?/ $J8«. without Interest, as I will not pay I the 8anio,"havlng given it without valuable con- I Biderutlon. PETER FKANKHAUSKK. j WB8T EABL Twr., lane. co , tub. 3, '89—3t» 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

l'eriodicals. rpilK DAILY KVKN INC { " EXPRESS, V'tRMSHMlTs UKADLKS KEG I LAKLT WITH TIN; LATEST NJilV.s jjy MAIL A*[D / MAC TN ET let BLEGRA MI , And all Inip«i l.uit [>.,-aI and ' Ovnerai Intelligence.. ¦ * •Tcini-: *' ¦MI A YL.VH; *1.2S FOlt 3 BIONTHR. T.IK VVKJ-:KLY EXPRESS , A sATLKI) VYK«WB»01 THE FIRSTCLAffiL Contains nil t he»ew»of thc-week up to Frfcbrv nignt , and gives rmSrftoesh reading Ur£»\S3ne had elsewhere for the snnie nmountjtrfmmaey TKMMS fg.oo PER YK A it, I .v \ UVANCE. Address dec lS-Oru} ;45wicaster,/a. Hooks and Stationery. OKi'.IJXC AT COST. . The undersigned wishing (,> HKIit'CK His LARGE STOC K OF BOOKS and STATIONERY, WILL SKI.I. A'i' l O.-T, I ON ACCOUNT OF REAIOVAL. ¦i . ii. >III;AHJ-;I !, No. :;: North Queen street , Jan2li-tf] Lancaster, Pa. T.TOLIDAV LOOKS ~"~ ; «li FANCY G<Jr)lH» FOR CHRISTMAS 111 !V I. IS— ENGLISH AND GEUMAX. I'ltAYKIt IJiMil, - WOIIK HOXK-. W KITING liK-US. POUT FOLIOS TOY BOOKS , . - TEKKOSCOPES ...

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foal §kutf [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

foal §kutf ITKMB : E-ancaster was visited by a thunder storm on Wednesday evening of last week. It lasted for about an hour, aud wasaccomlianied by rain and ball. We have tobaoco thieves in Lancaster. They visited Jeremiah Campbell, in West King street, one night last week, and carfi^l off a quantity of leaf tobacco. Mr. H. L. Kaurlnmii, proprietor of tho Oreville hotel, Manbeini townsliip, hail four hunting dogs poisoned on Tuesday of last week by some scoundrel. Mr. K. valued his dogs at $80. No doubt it was done by some thieves, who are roaming about the country. The fi no Newfoundland-<ioe bf Mr* Th»mas J. Wentz, of this city, was also poisoned last week. Tbe managers of the Children's Home, of this city, annouoee nubseriptions towards their new building' now being erected, to the amount of S115,38».2T. Messrs. Barnes & Kleffer, of this city, are progressing ripely with their directory of Lancaster county. In addition to a, detail of the religions, education...

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M A It It I K I) [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

M A It It I K I) innr.Ki:—t AMi'iii-.i.r,. 1)11 the 4th mst., by the Uev. A. II. Kremer, James S. Miller, of Slrasburg, to Mary J. Campbell, «fMa*Mc townsliip. MCAI-'KK—WiLHEUt. On the 4th test., by th:- Uev. Dr. Gresnwald, DavidMeAtifce to Mary K. Wilhelm, both of Dromore-twp. '•'^*. Mriti-n v—FKBOUSON. On the 4th inst:,' in Straslmrg, by Uev. H. B. 8payd, William T. Murphy to Mary E. Ferguson, both of Coleraille. ItKMiiKit-Ki:.\Mru..On tho 2d inst., by the. Uev. \Y. II. lieuade . of Pittsburir, Charles F. Ilengier, jr., to Annie K. Krawpli, both of Lancaster. Sr.xsKNii;—MASSKV. On the 2d inst. at the Htyer House, in New Holland, . by KeV. W. Gerhard, Jacob Seusenig to T.iywe Massey, both of Salisbury. NICOM.S—Mi-m.KMiKiti;. Oil (lie l-'«Ui tilt., at Reading, Pa., by tin; Uev. Jacob Fry, G. A. Nieolls to Annie H. Muhlenberg! daughter of the Into Dr. V. A. Muhlenberg, of Lancaster, I'A. BAKNIIAROT—METZGEI;. Ouflie .'list ult., by the ltev. Dr. Greenwald, Jacob B.unl-aidi to Mr...

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D fill) [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

D fill) WAHK. OU the 4th inst., at F.li/.abcthtnwii, Charles (guulins Wai'.e, aged ^months ai.-' ."¦ days. TKOVF.H. On the 4th inst., in Ibis city, John, infant son of John and Louisa Trover, aged 1 year, ii months and 11 days. liuv, liiiTHAM. Oh the ."..I inst., very suddenly, I'.uima llowhnthain, wife of George S. Rowbotham, formerly of Philadelphia, aged o'.l years. WKIM.KH. In this city, John Weldler, aged 01 years and K days.

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I'HE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

I'HE MARKETS Lancaster Household Markets. LAM-ASTIR , leb. 10. nutter, 1-111. -H «i :>» l.ni'd .^ ft 1* « ^i) Kggs,'-Jt rtoz 22 (a) tin Pressed Chickens, -15 @ 7.'. lieef, by quarter, tor front, f! lb ti («, In do. do. do. Hindquarters. 11 (rt'< lo Whole Hogs, per lb II "" 141 Potatoes, t' bus '¦ "> f/l.lo do. f'Mialfpk 13 (e» 1-i Turnips, ";! half pk (i s Onions ft) -J.! Apples, :ri half pk ?'> (n) :!•>Wulnuts, ".i half pees In 0) i:i Honey in ihe comb £2 :,7 Coinme:il ¦'•Cul.bajre* -'. <n> In Corn in ihe ear, v'bu.i t/r'\M Oats, '-J I>:i;; of ;; bu.- - l.ij (fi'l.tl.i ? .«- Kcatliiig Markets. (I'ltini the Paily Kasjl.-.) February li. Hut I er, fl 1, aitt'i I.ar.l, V If- -Jl Kjr«?s, ^1 doz * -'i lleefsteaks to B -2-> Hams 'it 1'otatoi s, %) bus inn , ?•?- The Produce Markets. 1'HILADKI.PHIA , Feb. 10.—There is more activity in the flour market, with an increased de - mand both for export and home consmnpt ion-Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

Xete Ad'rerti.semeats. M'ltiNt;, is*.*. * . GLAKS8WAIiE.Fl!i:X('H , CHINA AND F.N'M.ISII (.ltAMI'l-: WAUK, .Now opening at ' HAl.KU tt BKOTIIKKS. , ni>T (jr.M.n v j IlOSTOX & I'lTTSIU'lMi GI.ASSWAKK, [ i purchased direct from the Manufacturers. I SM 9 9 ,1 > *'"' U"d Pressed Tnlile Tumblers, ' ''OHHh Chanipagne and Wine (.lasses, Fruit ; I ManSi .Rauceis,i ream l-ilelu is, ~ii'.'ars,C.del v fctanrls, 4-c., in great variety of styles. I Gold liainl ii;i(| I'iititi J-'rcm-li ("hinn , I "JO 1 ItATK-i . : I WHITE KM.l.lsii i.ii.-iMii; \x w,i: [-.. WW Stylos—I'luin mid F.iul.nsseil. of our own !'W»JJ*tatlon, a-nl will be sold at very I.11W i IfAGKl! \ lih'OTHKKS . j XINEKS & COTTONS. - . JlAGERABllWrHEBS have now in store a f n 11 assortment of i:.\M*L«¥ UlJBjr ' SIXEET1N(I> AMI PILLOW C4HSQH , DAMASK. SNOW ],I!OI\ AXI) BIICB PATTKBNS TAIII.i: LI.NHN.S AND NAPIUNS , UKAVY LOOM TAH1.K LINENS , DAMASK ANH )lt(K TmVKI.i AND TO\V£LIN<i>,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

Prison Inspectors' He-port. -1QT1I ANNl'Ar. KKl'OltT f)F TIIK XO BOARD OF IN.SPKCTOKS OF THE LANC 1STK.R COUNTY PRISON, for the year A. 11. 1WR: T'i the Honorable, the Judges of the Oourt 0/ Quarlet- iSv.vxion.? of tjtmcontvr ('ounfl/: The undersigned, Inspectors of the I^aneuster (bounty Prison, in pursuance of law, submit to the Court tlie following Report of the Prison for tlie year ending November 30, 18W: On Ihe :i()lh of November, 1S(J7, there were in eoudueuient (to prisoners; durinvc the yeai there were received 1,111; making 1111 ugKretrateoflhe Inmates of the Prison in lws. lite Of these the following were discharged during the year, viz : lly expiration of sentence and by Inspectors '!'.( Hv Mnyislrutes, Court, Ilab's Corpus, &e.is_> HUli llemainiim in Pri.-oii November ;:.| , WIS i':i ortli.se (u:j) 3s. are convicts, 11 awaiting tiial, un.l t.! vagrants. Of tlie 1,1 •-t received during 1 be \car, V.-2 were convicted—beluga decrease of 12 as conijiared wi...

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£*nttSjjtoamMU §t tt\ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

£*nttSjjtoamMU §t\ttt\\ BKEEF FUX flCIIWEFFLEBRENKER. SCIILIKKLETOWN , Feb. 8, lrH'9. MISTER F ODDER ABRAHAM : Om Istshta Dunue ' rshdog war ich in Hrtrrislx>rrick, un ich bin net exactly g'satisficd mit eich. TJf course i«-h hob nix grickt , na se behawpta das wan es net gwestwter for der FODDER ABRAHAM, donn kennt ich an first-rates cmtl y doh haw.i. Ich Ittkb g'shwetzt mil earn titer gu't deitsh konn—er woont dort net weit fum Kcshta liarrick ommanot in Trempfleld, wann cr dcrhenm is, un for hut iner selwer g'sawt das der FODDER ABRAHAM bet ollcs ferdorwa. Un now, dc wohrat tsu sawya. ich bin net gons g'sittiidied mit eich, for der wcg we seller member fum Kcshta torrick niers ous geleagt hut is es tier ahuld das des lnhn Iseaya for nix du nimtny gedu konn wsierra. Eans fun dopna kterls hut nier awer doch an oiTcr gesaacht; for a hunncrl un drcisich dahler hut er awgebutta, mcr si chance ferkawfa wu Rex hunnert dahler wtert is, provided •e gevva eam's geld. Awer de...

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BBEEF FUN KODORUS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

BBEEF FUN KODORUS KODORUS , Feb. 1st, 18li!». FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER: Ich hab g'sena das so an krerl im Fodder Abraham als so deitshe shtickcr g'sbrivva hut. Er is an sbmartcr kaerl, un hut so ordlich hinnich de ohra. Doh war enncr i'n ' unserm shteddle deer huts aw prowcert , Jtwer's hut net gea wella, for es nemmt a monn drcr aw de shproch fershteat; caner dier recht bushdaweera konn, un aw dc science fun grammarology fershteat—so wc aeller monn im F ODDER ABRAHAM. Now, ich will mer net unnernemma «mich ebbas fun weaya politics tsu •hreiwa, awer yusht a paar wart we's dfh in unserm shteddle huer geat olleweU «n we es als for olters war. Es hut sich gpeislich feel ferennert sidder ich an bu war. Sellamohls hut mer de lelt sheer all ggkennt, un se hen aw all dc shea Penn uylvanish deitsh shproch g'shwetzt, un wann als ebber inde shtadt kumma is dtcr net deitsh hut shwetza kenna , un or rig gpot ufgedres'd war, so hen de lcit can f<rwgeguckt, un noch g'froked wu er hue...

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dftttrrtai [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

dftttrrtai EARLY HISTORY OF FENNSTLVAMA. The annual report of Colonel Campbell, Surveyor General of the State, contains soins interesting and curious facts, not generally known at the present day. The report is accompanied by a map, showing the various purchases made from the Indians. From this map it appears that the first purchase was made as early as 1082, being a small tract at the eastern extremity of the State, immediately north of Philadelphia county. In 1736 the territory now constituting the counties ol Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Lancaster, York, Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, Montgomery, Bucks, Berks, Lebanon and Lehigh was purchased. In 1749, the territory now included in Dauphin, Schuylkill, Carbon, Monroe and Pike was bought, and in 1758 the territory of Huntingdon, Blair, Bedford, Juniata and other counties was added. Iu 17GB a large purchase was made, including tbe now counties of Allegheny, Washington, Webtmorelaad, Greene, Fayette, Somerset, Cambria, Ind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

HON. JOHN CLAEK, Of Philadelphia, Speaker of tlie House of Representatives of Pennsylvania

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THE FOOLISHNESS OF IXTEMPEKAXt F. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

THE FOOLISHNESS OF IXTEMPEKAXt F. That scoundrel. Brick Pomcroy. is evidently being pricked in conscience for his crimes. His first attempt at atonement is an assault upon the bulwark of tlie Democratic party. Hear the half-penitent wretch: ^The habi t of liquor drinking is, to our mind, tlie most foolish, inexcusable piece of destructive nonsense in the world. Tho money poured down the throats of men each year is gruater than tbe amount expended for improvements. If a man is tired, he drinks. If he is at work, be must drink. If doing nothing, he must have a nip each hour. 1 f too warm, he takes a mint julep. If too cold, a .hot whiskey. If he is by himself, out comes a tlask or bottle. If in company, he stands treat till his money is gone; then, like a dead beat, sits around till some one asks him up. A man on a moderate salary steps into a saloon, invites a half dozen friends to drink, pays half a dollar or more, and walks out. Three or four times a day be repeats this, an...

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&ix kittle fofewi. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

&\ix kittle fofewi. A young lady who was rebuked by her mother for kissing her intended, justified the act by quoting the. passage: " Whatever ye would that men should do tiyoti , do you even so tithcin.'' "Wh y don't you limit yourself?" s:iid a physician to tin intemperate person. '•.Set down a stake that you will go so far and no farther.'' "I do," replied the other; "but I set it so far off that I always get drunk before Iget to it." —A -'Girl of the period" comment* thus upon Mormonism: "How absurd—four or five wives for one man , when tbe fact is , cadi woman in these times ought to have four or live husbands . It would take about that number to support her decently." —A Bridgeport Sunday School teacher questioned his class last week in regard to tbe origin of Christinas with the following result: " Where was Christ born?" '-At Bethlehem." ''Where is Bethlehem?" "In Judea." "Who first knew that Christ was born?" " His mother." —For the benefit of lady readers who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 February 1869

j Professional. O ' J. DICKEY, . ATTORXKY AT T,AW. 1 OrrtCK! SOUTH QUKKN* ST.,scconrl housel>c-I low the "Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa. B. LIVlNlJoSTONY . ATTOKMOY AT LAW. i OrriCK: Xo. 11 NOUTII UL'KK ST., west side, : j north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. j CHARLK S DENUES. . j ATTOltXKY AT LAW. OPFfCKi No. 1 siM TH I1UKK STKEET, l*ncaster, Pa. JOHN B. GOOD. \TTOKNEY AT LAW. OFKICK: XO. "ill E AST K1XU ST., Lancaster, Pa. JW. JOHNSON, •ATTORXKY AT LAW. OPI-U-K: No i5 .SOUTH yUEEN ST., Lancas-, ter, Pa. DP. ROSENMILLER. J R ., •ATTORNEY AT LAW. I OFFICE: With A. HKBR SMITH, Esq., South Queen St., opposite the offloe of -'Father Abra-I ham," Lancaster, 1'a. AC. REINOEHL, •ATTORNEY AT LAW. OKFICK: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster. "VTARSIIALL & SON'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE, CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA. A N'OTHER FRESH ARRIVAL—GIVB U.'IA CALL. The only plaoc for goo'lan.i substantial work s nt MARSHALL'S, Where can bo soon tho largest unil best nss-ort- i men I of...

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