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THE HUDflB CONTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

THE HUDflB CONTRACTS EDITOBS EXPBBSS : The feliewiag ex-par te statements by a Mr. Jesse Lata and MA Jaoob Hagey, appeared on the' 19th of Feptoary last in Father Abraham, published in tMioi-ty and it was not until a day or two ago Visa my attention was called to them. I should have passed them by as I did various other Statements which have lately, been published Of the same vile and slanderous character, bit that they seem to have been made at the time under tbe solemn obligations of an afpisiation, and by men too who might be consnUMMl very respectable at a distance. "January 13th 1860, Jesse Lutz being duty affirmed by Samuel Shooh, one of the Auditors, did deolare and say that the Bridge at Lutz's mill, built by E. McMellen, for the Commissioners, could be built for 81,000, and less, say from 8800 to $900. No roof on it; between 60 and 60 feet long, 12 feet wide outside. Wagons cannot pass each other on it, too high in the centre, the ascent and descent being too great. L...

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OUR HARKISBURU LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

OUR HARKISBURU LETTER HARRISBUKO , March' '!*,-tees;"* Dear Father Abraham:—As intimated in my last, a session of the Senate was held on Wednesday evening to consider the resolution ratifying the suffrage amendment. Mr. Burnett, (Democrat) lead off in a speech of some length, but it was a mere rehash of the old and stale arguments of his party, and full of "nigger," "nigger," "nigger." He was followed by his brother democrats, Messrs. Searight, Davis, McOandlessand Wallace, pretty much iu the same strain. The Republicans hod decided in caucus, in order to pass the resolution to third reading that evening, to call tlio previous question at 11 o'clock and to refrain from taking part in the discussion until the resolution caulo up on final passage the next day. So the opposition had the entire evening to themselves—except what little time was taken up by Senator Lowry, of Erie, who, by taunts and iinprecatious they finally induced to "get off" one of his characteristic speeches. ...

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CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

CANDIDATES. t3T We are authorized to annouuee ISAAC MISHLER, of Lancaster city, (late of East Cocallco township,) as a candidate for the office of SHERIFF, subject to the rules of the Bepublican party. \SS" We are authorized to announce GEO. W. COMPTON, of Carnarvon township, as a candidate for REGISTER, subject to the rules of the Republican party.

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MINORITY COUNTIES SNUBBED! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

MINORITY COUNTIES SNUBBED! We learn that at a caucus of the Pennsylvania Senators and Representatives at Washington, it was unanimously agreed that each member should confine himself to his own district,BO far as matters local to that district were concerned, and where there were no Republicans, that those districts should be administered HJMMI by the Senators; that where there were appointments at large, or covering more than one district, that they ' should meet in caucus and unite upon a reconimondation. The proposition that the Senators should control the minority districtSj is simply outrageous. It completely ignores the active men in those districts, and especially the Republican candidates for Congress, who nobly led the forlorn hope, at great personal sacrifice of comfort and means, against the overwhelming cohorts of the copperheads. If this scheme is carried out, we predict that next fall will show such a defeat of the Republicans in this State as was never heard o...

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--^JJAgHINUTON NEWS AND tJOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

--^JJAgHINUTON NEWS AND tJOSSIP [CULLED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.] President Grant has more than intimated that while the Civil Tenure act stands, he will vigorously enforce it, although such a course would materially r etard the proposed and desired changes in the offices-. Under the law , no officer can be removed lor political reasons—only those who can be removed on charges of incompetency or unfaithfulness. It is possible, therefore, that the Senate will have to act first, and it may be well for the noble army of office seekers to turn their batteries in that direction. Mr. George II. Stuart came here, at the instance of the President, with Mr. Uorie, Secretary of the Navy. He had a long interview with the President. He is regarded as a mail of influence with President Grant, and swarms of office-seekers have bveu after him since his arrival, to get letters to the President. He positively declined, however , to write any letters, or affix his name to any recommendations. A de...

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STATE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

STATE NEWS XORTIIAMPMON" COUNTY.—Efforts are being made to form a Presbyterian Congregation at Bethlehem An employee of the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad, week before last, lost a leg by being run over by cars near Bethlehem The Good Templars of the County held a Convention at Bethlehem this week, and Hon. S. B. Chase, G. W. C. T., of Pennsylvania, was announced to deliver an address John Fehnell, residing near Bath, left his home on horseback on Friday ni ght week before last, for Bethlehem. He was afterwards found lying at the side of the road, shot through the head and a pistol near by, and the inference is that he committed suicide, though no cause is assigned for the act Eastonian recently went to Philadelphia, went into a gambling hell and came home minus all his cash, a' mounting to #400 South Bethlehem is rapidly improving, and the price of real testate going up. You K C OUNTY.—The Wrightsville Star toniplains of bad mail arrangements between that town and Philadelph...

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jXorot »tu'6. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

jXorot »tu'6. ITEMS: A new Fire Insurance Company has been established at Columbia. The directors are E. K. Smith, John B. Bachuoan, Kobert Crane, Abtu. Bruner, sr., S. Truscott, M. M. Strickler, J. G. Hess, Geo. Bogle, J. J. McTague, W. McConkey, James Myers, John Mann and Jacob B. Garber. The report of the committee of City Councils on (lie alleged defalcation of Alderman Frailey in the matter of Water Rents, made a report to Councils on Friday evening, which goes far to sustain the allegation. Tliey say that tbey "made every effort possible to get an explanation from Alderman Frailey. Ho has been appealed to personally and asked lo meet with us, and has had written notice served upon him of the time and place of meeting; but, though promising to do so, he has failed to appear." They also state that tbe books of 1864 and 18G6 can not be found. The Intelligencer still keeps up its reticence about tbe matter, because Frailey is a "democrat." A correspondent of the Express says...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

I TAX COLLECTORS : The following are the j persons appointed by the Commissioners of I this county to collect the State, County and ! School taxes for 1809 : Adainstown, Williat* j Slote ; Bart, James It.'Campbell; Brecknock, j Benjamin Seifrit ; Carnarvon, Jos. Weaver ; | Cocalico East, Peter Sweigart; Cocalico j West, William H. Hershey ; Oulerain, Lovett; Columbia, Klingbell; Conoy, i Adam Smith ; Clay, Peter Miser ; Oonest.-ga, : J. W. Urban ; Donegal East, David Grove ; | Donegal West, John Prescotl ; Drumore, Jos. : Groil, Jr. ; Ephrata, Martin Mellingefcj Earl, i Christian Johns ; Earl E.ist, Solomon o. Marj tin; Earl West, Henry Weidler; Eden, John Bryson ; Elizabeth, John Busaer ; Elizabethtown, Sam'l. Balmer; Fulton, Edwin Btubbs; Hempfleld Kant, George H. Gish ; Hempiield , West, John S. Dellinger; Lampeter East, | William Hoar; Lampeter West, A.J.Kockafleld ; Lancaster-twp., S. Horst; Leacock, M. Ruth; Leacock U., D. Bitzer ; Little Britain, i William G. Pat ton; Manhe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

Books and Stationery. ; ' CELLING AT COST. j The undersigned wishing to !; REDUCE HIS J LARGE STOCK OF" ' j BOOKS and STATIONERY, I ! WILL SELL AT COST , | ON ACCOUNT <*F REMOVAL. I l i J. II. MIKA1TKII, j I No. 32 .North Queen street, j jan20-tf] I-ancoster, Pa. j ! rpiIE CHEAPEST j BOOKS AM) STATIONERY AT THK COKNKK OK WEST KINU & PRINCK-STS. Knglish and Ocrinan IMblcs, Testaments, School Hooks, j I Miscellaneous Hooks, Blank Hooks, Diaries. Special attention plven to Sl'NDAY SCHOOL : BOOKS, and Teachers Helps of all kinds. Ob I jeet Lessons on I -urge Charts. The latest MUSIC BOOKS. *»-SHEKT MUSIC for live cents u piece I ! STATIONERY AND FANCY ARTICLES of all kinds. WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL. BIBLES for 35 ets. TESTAMENTS for lO cts feWO-tf | D. S. BARK. Fruit Tree Ftivigorator. IT! A 11 ME US, LOOK TO YOUR 1 r'ltl.'IT TBEEs I THK GRKATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE -ls_ BEST'S FKU1T THEE INVIGORATOB AND INSECT DESTROYER. It la the most useful combination ot ingredient...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

! j Dry Goods. ; TH08. J. WENTZ, i Having purchased of Charles K. Wenti and I Henry 0. Wenti. their interest In the firm Of i WENT/. GROWERS, now offers the Immense I stock of QRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL OLOTHS, NOTIONS, GLASS AND O . UEENSWARE, Attho Lowest Possible Prices, In order la redu&s his slock. Having a large stock of DOMESTIC GOOD ,on hand, purchased before the late ad , vance. he offers them at tho *»ld Prices. Calicoes, Muslins, sheetings, Shirtings, Ticking*, Checks and all Housekeeping Goods. * sold at Inducbig Low Prices. He calls special attention to tbe Glass and Queens ware Department.' TH»R. J. WENTZ, Sucoenor to Wentz Brothers, sign of tho llec Hive, Xo. 5 East King street, Jtancaster, Pa. [lebS-W-ly SPRING, 1K09. GLASSWARE. FRENCH, CHINA. AND F.NGClSH GRANITE WARE, Now opening at IIAGER & HROTHERS. REST QUALITY BOSTON & PrTTSBUlta GLASSWARE, purchased direct from tho Manufacturers. Engraved, < 'ut and Pressed Table Tumblers, Goble...

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^ ¦ ^ MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

^ ¦ ^ MARRIED. DoMMOYEn— ENCK. On the 4th inst., hy Rev. W. T. Uerbard, Retijatniu Dommoyerto Sallie 0. Encl^gf Clay twp. KATTKKMAWBBROKF. On the 11th inst., hy the same, Henry L>. Kautfman to Lizzie 11. Grotf, both of Rapho twp. COOPER—BROWNSBEMOEK. On the same day by the same, Abraham Cooper, of Rapho, to Lizzie U. Brownsberger, of Peun twp. BOOSE—DICKENSON. On the 14th inst., by Rev. G. T. Hurlock, Charles Boose to Mary M. Dickenson, all of Lancaster. LANDIS—WENNEKHOLT. Ou the 14th inst., by Rev. J. N. Metzgar, William Laudis, of York co., to Christiana Wenuerholt , of Millereville. MCELUOV—CUNNINGHAM. On the 14th inst., by Rev. Dr.'tireenwald, Hiram MeElroy to Annie Cunningham, all of this city. LAMBORN—CARTER. On the 23d tilt., at Smyrna, by Rev. William Ea«ton, William H. Lamborn to Mary E. Carter , both of Sadttbury, Lancaster co, LEAMAN—MORTON. On tho 9th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Greenwald, Abraham Leaman of East Lampeter, and Evanna Morton, . of Drumore. ARMSTRON...

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-?•? — DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

-?•? — DIED. CAINES. On the 13th inst., in Philadelphia, O. C. M. Caines, formerly of this city. DIEHL. On the 12th inst., in this city, John Diehl, in the 74th year of his age. HEINITSH. On the 12th inst., in this eity, John C. Heinitsh. FISHER. Ou tho 8tU inst., in this city, Jacob Fisher, in the 70th year of his age. FREY. On the 10th inst., Jacob Frey, sr., in the 76th year of his age. POOL. On tho 0th instant , in this city, Charity Pool, in the U2d year of her age. WITHER. On the 9th inst., in this city, Ann C. Witmer, in the 86th year of her age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

^$$^^^^^iS To Tit* WORKING CLASS : I am now prepared to furnish all cla-scs with constant employment at their homes, the whole of the time, or for tho spare moments. Business new, light and profllable. Fifty cents lo *5 per evening, is easily earned hy persons of either sex, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much us men Great inducements are uttered those who will devote i heir wbolo time to the business; and, that every person who sees this nolioe, may send me their address and 1 est the business for themselves, I make the following unparaU-lied oner: To all who are not well satisfied with the business. I will send *l to pay for the lioublo of w "yM to mo. Full particulars , d ireet ions, 4c, sent free. Samples sent by mall for 10 ets. Address K. C. ALLEN, Augusta, M«. [rahlS-Hm

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i THK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

i THK MARKETS. | Lancaster Household Markets. ^*W ~" LAKCASTEB , March 17. |Buttor,»lt 45 @ so I Lard . Wft '¦» (i « Eggs.Vdoz M & Pressed Chickens, £0 & 70 Veal, by quarter, for trout %t ft 10 g} i do. do. do. hindquarters. 12 ^) 13 ' BeWT-by quarter, lor front, I* lb 9 a \» \ do. do. do. Hindquarters. 12 Q 13 ' Potatoes, » bus SO s*l.oo do. Whalfpk 13 in 15 do. tor planting, V bus &> @ do. do. IHiulfpk... K ti i Turnips. f» half pk ^ ! Apples,'# half pk ns & is, iJlrtod-Tipplesif «1 * 12 (<* '1 Mo Peaches <p qt 15 a 20 I Cornirfeal» qt s & l llcans, flqt tj Corn in the ear, V bus 9.1 1.00 ; Oitts, v">a«of 8bus 1.40 @1.M>

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1 Philadelphia Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

1 Philadelphia Produce Market. P HILADELPHIA , March 17.—There is more activity In Cloverseed, and considerable sale was j effected at fir, and from second handn at tlo.25. timothy ranges from 48.85 to t3.0J. 4he receipts of Flaxseed are trilling, and it imands l.BS V bos el. , he Flour market continues as dull as ever, and only400®-W bbls. changed hands within j t range of yesterdav' g figures, viz: 45«5)5.So If) rel for superfine; *6@6.S0 for extras: *it.HC<ff>7 northwestern extra family; *7 «i@s.25 tor ' n'a do. do. j *f>69 for Ohio a 'nd Illinois win- j Mr wheat do. do., and *!)..M)@12 tor fancy lots, "aBoardlng to quality.. s^HIQpnr and Cornmeal remain ns last (inotcd j J^HRnall sales of t|fr former at *7.'2rin7.7. 'i VRe iriieat market continues very quiet, i with further sales of good Pen 11'a and western, ' red at *1 60, ami l,0u0 bus. choice Indiana amber ; at*U»@1.07. I "Rye ci.mcs In slow; 1.000 bus. western, lo nr- , rive, sold at *1 S3 and 700...

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Philadelphia Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

Philadelphia Cattle Market. : j I j I | : , j I , 1 „MOKI>AV, March 15.—The market for Beef Cati tie wns dull this week, and prices were lower. , Sales of 1200 head at 9<<:@(%c. for prima, fair to I good at f@9e. nnd common at «@7e. ip ft., gross. I The following are tbe particulars of the sales: ] 60 head, Owen Smith, Lanc'r co V^& 0 I 80 " A.Cliristy 1* Uro., Lan. CO.... 8 @9 I "35 " DciiKler ft McCleesc, Lane. co. i @ S% 1 7S " P. McFlllcn, Chester co 8 t«» ' w " P. Hathaway, Lanc'r co 8 tV 9*4 02 " James 8. Kirk, Chester co.... 8 @ 'JU, 1 23 " 11. F. McFlllcn, Chester CO.... 8 & 9)1 i Jti " .lames McFlllcn, Lanc'r co 8 @9 M " Martin Fuller & Co., Western. 8 @ 9*i 100 " Mooncy ft Smith, Lan'r co «H@ 9^ ; 60 " T. Moonev, Uro., Vlrffinia « @9'j Li " II. Chain. Western 8 «? 9% I 68 " Frank Sclinmborg, Western.. 8 ti 9'/5 L » l« " J. ft L. Frank, Lanc'r co 8 ti 9\Z SJ " Hope ft Co., Lanc'r co 8 © 0 L £ V0 " 1). Branson, Chester co 8V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

New Advertisements. ^EEl ) OATS. PRINCE EDWARD ISLE BLACK OATS. MINNESOTA BLACK OATS. ' ILLINOIS WII1TK OATS. IOWA WIIITK OATS of very fine quality. For sule at tho Seed Storo C. It. ROGERS, p —mMO-St] No. MS Mnrket street. FARM FOR SALE, IN CL'LPEPPEK COUNTY, V A., two miles southwest of tho \ Court House, on the Orange and Alexandria It. LJt.. and sixty-flvo miles from Washington, D. MgaLttskACItHS, natnrally•dry Bolrjand no ^miriiraB^liealthy. ' * rlec, 41:7 per acrj If apappUed for soon. n>rfull partlculareapply l>v letter to JAMES BAXTER, Matnaroneck, Westchester co.. N. Y., or to the editor of this paper. [mhl9-5t rfillE 1. A NX* AST EH Sitsji Support and Lock. IIus neither Springs, Weights, Ropes or Pulleys. Ctti. be put into any window. HOLDS THIS SASH AT AM HKlOHTII, AND is SELF-LOCKING; is very simple, chcup und durable. Rights for sale on liberal terms. Far further particulars, call on or address SASH LOCK, at the Lancaster, Pa., Post Office. mU12-lru Lu...

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^cunsyhmntecii gcifeclu [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

^cunsyhmntecii gcifeclu BKEEF FUM 8CHWEFFLEBRENNER. SUIILIFFLKTOWN , Mtertz der 15ta, ISt'.SI. Ml ST Kit FODDKR A l»U AHA M: Oin Somshdog iiiiminitlog we iuh draw war om shtoll ous mishta, donn is wiildcr amohl der Kee-ducktcr awkumnia un lawft so longsom in der shtoll nei, lmckt sich in der Kee-troag un froked cb ich hi say bin, " So a wennieh" hob ieh g'sawt. u Du kricksht nn ordlich guter inisht howfa dort drous," secht cr. "Yah.1 ' hob ich g'sawt," awcr es nemnit aw ord-•ich, for ich hob im sin selly hit gons foil krumbeera blonsa im frec-yohr , un dort konn mer der misht aw wierra." " Vali, f or an guter crop krumbeti-H licmmls mislit,- ' secht er. Donn hen mcr aw a .veil g'shwetzt fun weaya ollerlea socha , un mer sin widdcr amohl uf politics kuintua, un weaya denna .Senily leit, Posht-Oftice un ich weas net was olles. Tsuletsht hut cr g'sawt cr het an proposition for mich, un der wake wc cr's explained hut. tie- Demokrata secht er, sin oil my freind, un hen nix dcrgcaya...

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niDVEIi DEKHKAM-DER SAME 01/1 ANDY. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

niDVEIi DEKHKAM-DER SAME 01/1 ANDY. Doh biu ich widder im Greenville shtcddle, Im olta Slit ate fun Tennessee; My nochbera oil, se duhn lieim tx'ttle Mich dreeta yusht we * n shtick rinds-fee! Ich feel koryose—es kumnit mer fore Se lietta mich now oil ferlussa—De very kierls. denna ich dc yohr Ols kleadcr g'macht hob—reck un bussa! Ich war dech hy chucks President — Der feddersht inonn im gonsa lond, Un doch, an yeader.dier mich kent. Gebt net amohl a noehber's hond! Doh huts aw plenty rebels leit—De setta doch now b\r mcr shtea; Awer kens fun eana beet dc tseit Se wella inich sheints nimmy sea. Es is mer bong ich kons net kumma. For widder so an omt tsu kreeya— \ Se droha gor mich nous tsu drumma, I Fdr weil i«^h deat nix du dos leeya. ] Un denk yusht draw, de meeny neayer. I Se loclia mich yctz aw yusht ous—! An yeader shwartzer shornshtea feayer Singt songs fum GRANT im weisa House! S'is ebbas lotz—nemond dut micheara—; Es macht michfolsh wann ich draw denk; ' My Policy -fu...

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THE DOCTOR AND THE QUACK [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

THE DOCTOR AND THE QUACK Doctor Yttustletten, a celebrated Dutch physician, who had long been established iu London, in passing through Grosvenor Square, had his attention drawn to a quack, who, rfi a suberb coach and four, and several magnilicently dressed servants, was drawing an immense crowd and making enormous sales of his high drugs. He ascertained the place of his residence and sent him an invitation to come and see him at his house the next morning. Tbe next morning the quack came. '¦Sir.'' said tbe doctor to him, "I heard vou announce publicly yesterday that you had excellent remedies for alt sorts of diseases. . i'ou excite my curiosity. And now in noticing you attentively, 1 think I recognize you, yet I cannot recollect where w c have before ' met each other. "Sir,"' replied the quack, "1 can satisfy you easily on that point. I served several years with my lady Waller, when you tame so faithfully. I was her former footman. Hut I loil her service three years ago for ...

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