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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

THE MARKETS. *-*«¦ Lancaster Household Markets. LANCASTER, March 31. Hutter, $1 It 48 @ 50 I.ard.^l fl. a) @ Kggs,1&doz '" § M Dressed Chickens, 4a ffl 7i Veal, by the quarter, y Ik 1-2 a 13 do '»i front, do 10 © Potatoes, W bus SO 01.0) do. ft half pk Ii 0 1* do. for planting, f bus 45 @ 6) Turnips, fl half pk « @ 8 Onions, w half pock > 25 # Apples, fi half pk 40 @ 4'. Small Onions, for seed V It 20 @ SB C'ornmcal W r]t » (<t Dried Apples |) r|t Ii 0 Oranges, 3 and 4 tor 10 & Apple ttutter.fl pint 18 @ 40 Corn, In the year, f)bu — 100 @ Outs, ^ bagof 3 bus 1.40 @1.00 Philadelphia Cattle Market. MONDAY , March 49.—Tlie inclement condition of the weather to-day tended to restrict operalions somewhat, and the demand for tho better descriptions of boef cattle was only moderate, while inferior lots were extremely slow of sale. About 1439 head wore offered within the ranee of from 10c. to 10'Xc for choice; Dc. to SJ$o. for prime; 8 to 8%c. for fair to g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

^¦^^$$q8}J To THS WORKIHO CI.ASS : 1 am now prepar** to furnish all classes with constant employment at their homes, the whole of the time, or for the spare moments. Business new,light and profitable. Fifty cents to S6 per evening, is easily earned by persons of either sex, sua the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men Great inducement* are ottered those who will devote their whole time to tho business; and, that every person who sees this notice, may send in e the I r add ress and test the business for themselves, I make the following unparalelled oiler: To all who are not Veil satisfied with the business, I will seni* *1 to pay for the trouble of writing to me. Full particulars.directions, &c, sent free. Samples sent by mail for 10 els. Address K C. ALLEN, Augusta, Me. [mhl2-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

¦ ¦ | New Advertisements. SPRING, 1800. SPRING7T86ir MAGER & BROS. Have now open a full stock of Goods for Spring sales, which will be found complete In every department, and will be sold at POPULAR PRICES! A choice selection of DRESS GOODS, FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN, In new styles of Silk, Poplinelts , Poplin*, Mohairs, Delaines, Pcrcals an* Chlntzce. *" "¦" HXGLISH & GERMAN HOSIERY, JUGLA A EMPRESS KID GLOVES, THOMPSON'S CORSETS * SKIRTS. H0UBNINO GOODS. Black Bombazine, Tamiese, Poplins, Delaines, Alpacas, in all qualities, of LUPIN'S Manufacture. Black Thibet, Long and Square Shawl*. English and French Crapes and Crape veils. HOUSE FURNISHING LINEK3 A COTTONS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, English Brussels, Crossley's Tapestry Brussels, Lowell A Hartford Throe-Ply and Venetian, Wool Dutch, Hemp and List Carpets. Floor Oil Cloths-all widths. COCOA AND CHINA MATTINGS. -iS PACKAGES, PLAIN AND EMBOSSED | ENGLISH GRANITE WARE, Of Superior Quality. I'tTTSBUKQ AMD 7I08TON OLA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

™itwm mm xmmn&ry. ' ?JELLING AT <70ST. Tho undersigned wishing to I RF.DUCK HIS LARGE STOCK OF ,i BO«KS and STATIONERY,! WILL SELL AT COST, ! OX ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL. I J. H. SIIKAKFKK, ^ Xo. 32 North Queen street, jan29-tf] Lancaster, I'a. rpHE CHEAPEST BOOKS AM) STATIONERY , AT THS CORKKR OP ' WEST KING &. rUINCE-*T<. j English and German Bibles, ; Testaments, School nooks, I Miscellaneous Hooks, j Blank Books, Diaries, j Special attention given to SUNDAY SCHOOL i BOOKS, and Teachers Helps of all kinds. Ob < jeot Lessons o«t#rge Charts. The latest IfWCTBOOKS . J»- SHEET MUSIC for five cents a piece ! 8TATIONEBY AND FANCY ARTICLES Of all kinds. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BIBLES for 35 cts TESTAMENTS for lO CM rebaufi D. S. BABE. JFruit Tre-e fnvifforator. FARMERS , LOOK TO YOUR 1 FRUIT TREES! : THE GREATEST DISCOVERT OF THE ACE ' REST'S F1IUIT TREE INVIUORATUR AND INSECT DESTROYER. It Is the most useful combination ol ingredients ever known for F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

Dry Good*. A i THOS. J. WENTZ. Having purchased of Charles E. Wentz and i Henry C. Wentz. their interest In the firm of WENTZ BRO'BIIERS, now offers the immense slock of BUY GOODS, ! CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, NOTION-*. GLASS AND QUEENS W A IS El, | At the Lowest Possible Prices, In order to redueo bis stock. Having a large stock ot DOMESTIC \ GOODS, on hand, purchased before the latead- | vance, he Offers them at the Old Priees. Calicoes, Muslins, Sheetings, Shirtines, Tickings, ' Checks, and all Housekeeping Uoods. Sold at Inducing Low Prices. He calls special attention to tho Glas-< and Quccnswurc Department. THOS. J. WENTZ, Sfuccessor to Wentz Brothers. Sifrn of the ISee Hive, Tin. 0 East King street, ' /Aucaster, Pa. [febWi9-Iy JACOB HABN13H, M. S. 11 ABNI8H , J"HS I.. HILL2R. HARNISH & GO'S CHEAP STORE, No. 27 W EST K INO - ST ., LANCASTER . P A ., j Dealers In Foreign and Domestic j DRY GOODS, ' GLASS AND QUEENSWARK, . I'letbs, ( assimercs, Snttinetts, Joans, Tweod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

Jyvittlstiff".' LANCASTEB , JuneSESlh, 1868. KDITOBS EXPBESS: Dr. Wm. M. Whiteside, ths enterprising Dentist, has purchased from nV* & large stock of teeth and all the fixtures, the Instruments formerly belonging to me, and also those used by my father, Br. Parry, In his praXjh lice. In the purchase, the doctor has provides himself with some of the most valuable and expensive Instruments used In dental practice, and has beyond doubt oue of the best and largest collections of te«tb and Instruments in the state. 1'eneas visiting the commodious offices of Dr. Whiteside,eapnotfuil'to be fully accommodated. The Pooler lows no opportunity of furnishing himself with every late sclentlflc improvement iu his line.of business. H. B. PABfW. Tlf M. WHITESIDE, DENTIST. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, EAST KING STREET, Next door to the Court House, over Fabnestock's Dry Goods Store, LANCASTER, P K N N A . Tttth Extra' tol without puin by Vie us« of (Nitron* Oxide) (ias. uoiO-tl] Jewelry. yAHM &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

Second-We assert td the poslttre sale of the ' LARGEST NUMBER OF SEWING MACHINES , for Fomily Use of any Manufacturing Company in the country (all combined). THE WHEELER fc WILSON IS EXCLUSIVE- ' LY A FAMILY SEWINO MACHINE, and as such, It has, In defiance of all competition, whether it be manly and honorable, or ungentlemanly and ignorantly diseourteous, made its way, held its own ; and established the wellmerited reputation so universally extended to j the Wheeler fc Wilson Sewing Machine. Nor Is It necessary in introducing tho Wheeler A Wilson to tbo citizens of Lancaster, that wo should speak in any way disparagingly of others. We claim to have A FIRST CLASS SEWING MACHINE, complete, (with no single extra attachmeuts to buy after purchasing.) the beet in use for family work. In taking Into consideration the nneqnnilcd popularity of this wonderful machine and Its immense sale, it should be remembered that we , have derived no benefit whatever from the sale j of manufacturing ma...

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f enn^tttan^dt §t ui [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

f enn^tttan^dt §t\tu\i BBEEF FUM SCHWEFFLEBRESXER. SCHLIFFLETOWN , Miertz der .'I0t , 1800. MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM: De .(Englender kenna's net kiiniraa, tin de Frontzosa un de (Eshtreicher nn de Mexikawner aw net! Amerika'is frei, independent un reconshtruckt! De Kocnicha un Reiser un Pofla un Kluxakluxcrs un Ficktoria Cjueens sin ousg'shpeelt! Der gross Adler—net der Keadinger—awer der leawendieh fogle fun sivva foos iwer de Higgle, mil em olta tlag in de clowa, Meegt in der luft ruru un singt Yankee Doodle un Hail Columby mit cm olta John Brown si body uf em march un sc-i sole lies a moulding deef im grawb! Sidder dos der Andy Johnson ous Washingtownnous ismit seina walking papers un der Grant sei sitz g'numma hut im grossa shtool wu der old Fodder AbrahaRi Linken ols g'huekt hut mit em reehta bea iwer 'em linka k'nee; sidder dos de politiele lnft ^'ejniriried is mit Repubitkanisher Foss-fet fun lime, un sidder dos de kupperkep sieh fershluppt hen we krutta in cara lecher, bl...

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UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE. Speech of Hon. Morrow B. Lowry* hi the Senate of Pennsylvania, ou the ('onstitu-Uonnl Amendment, Wednesday Evcniusr, March 10, I860. Mr. Speaker, had I followed the inclinations of my own feelings and been admonished by my want of strength, 1 would not reply to Senators; but, Mr. Speaker, I have a duty to perform and I will perform it to the best of my ability, with what little strength I have remaining. This scene to-night.reminds me of one that occurred in this Senate Chamber in 1860. Tlie matter then under discussion was the question of suffrage in the District of Columbia; and that humane measure was opposed then, as all advances in civilization have been for the Last quarter ef a century, by gentlemen from the other side of the house. The then Senator from Ikrks [Mr. Clymer] made an able speech in opposition to the measure. That speech was intended to carry him into the executive chair. 1 think it was the ablest effort of his life. I desired that abler...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

¦ ' ¦ J . - -. . . . . . II- . -IU Hanking. DAVID UA1R. K. fV. yllKNK TXAIR & S11KNK, i; A N K E R S, a KotTHEAST ANCLE c-F CB.NTUB SC ^ CAKE, l.ANCASTKll. 1'LNK/.. noiO-ly ] iyt ECIIANICS' BANK, -NO. HH NORTH QULEN STREKT, lINQI IKKR BUIl.niNCC Deals in l'NlTJKD STATES RdNliS, bT<XKfc, <K)i.I>, SILVKK, A-KD ( OtPONS. I>> lifts Kivcn on ull the principal Clue*. C ollectioun muilc promptly. interest paid on I>epc*its. JOHN U. STOIIIAJ , (JEOBOJI BBDBAKtn, JoSkPU I'LABBSON. SAMDKL SiLOBOW, Rankers as STfcllMAN. t'LAllKSON \ CO. mtitH-om l>rtigs and Chemicals. T^VIi. WEAVER'S DRUG STORE! The subscriber having purchased and taken possession of the Drug- store of Dr. (Munncl Keneagy, Northeast Corner of Centre Square, SU-asbnrg, Pa., respectfully solicits the patronage of Ihe people of strasburg and vicinity, tea large and carefully selected stock of DRVCiP, CHKJ1ICALS, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, VABKLSHUS, KANCV JKTU1LKS, WALL ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

Professional. OJ. iut'KEY. ~ • ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: SOCTII QUKKN ST.,second bouse below the "Fountain Inn," Lancaster, Pa. B7LIV7M ;STOX. • ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: No. 11 NORTH IU'KK ST., west side, north of the Court lloui>e, Lancaster, Pa. CHARLE8 DENUES. A'BTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: XO. S S4HJTH DUKE STREET, Lancaster, Pa. JOHN BfotOD. ATTORNEY AT LAW. I OFFICE: No. 50 EAST KING ST., Lancaster, Pa. W. JOHNSON. ~ ft ATTORNEY AT LAW. ! OB#ICE: No 'iS SOUTH QVEEN ST., Lancas-| ter/Ta. DP. ROSENMILLER, JR., • ATTORNEY AT LAW. i -OFFICE: With A. HERB SMITH, Esq., South Queen St., opposite tbe office of ''Father Abrai ham," Lancaster, PH. AC. REINOEHL,, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. OEFICE: No. 3 SolTH DUKE ST., Lancaster. JOHN P. RE A. " ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: With Hon. O..I. DICKEY , No. 21 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. MARTIN RUTT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE of the bite Hon. THADDEUS STEVEBS , ! No. 28 South Queen St., Lancaster ^ Pa. AMOS II. MYLIN, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: NO. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 April 1869

HON. MORROW B. LOWRY, State Senator from Erie County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

Railroads. PENNSYLVANIA CENTEAL R. R. Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: EASTWARD. I WtBTWAKD. Cincta. Ex... .12:17 a. ni. Erie Mail liSO a. m. FhU«.KxnrcB»ft.l2 " i Phila. Exp... 2M " FastLtne 7*2 " Mail 11:15 " Lane. Train.. »*5 •¦ Fast Line t:35p.m. Day Express. IsM p.m.'Columbia Ao. 3M " Harrlsb'g Ao..6:M " Harrisb'g Ac. 8:54 " . iLane. Train.. 739 « ICincln. Ex....10:48 " J3EADING ~ AND COLUMBIA R.l£ OW AND AFTER THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1868, PASSENGER TRAINS WILL BE RUN ON THIS ROAD, AS FOLLOWS: UATI. ABB1TB. Lancaster 8:00 a. ra. Reading 10:20 a. m. " 8r.fSp.ni. " 6:40 p.m. Columbia HO) a. in. " 1000 a.m. " 8rWp.ni. " 4:40 p. m. RETURNING: I.KAVK. ARB1V«. Reading 7:00a.m. Lancaster 9:15a.m. " 0:15p.m. " M»p.m. " 7*0a.m. Coinmbls—.024a.m. " fcltp.m. '- .9:25 a. in. " &30p.m. Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia as above, make close connection at Reading with Trains North and South: on Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, and west on Lebanon Valley Road. Tram leavin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

Claim. Agency. TAMES BLACK, ATTORNEY" AT LAW, AUD MILITARY AND NAVAL CLAIM AGENT, No. 56 East King-st., Lancaster, Pa. Being duly licensed as a Claim Agent, and having a large experience, prompt attention will be given to the following classes of claims: BOUNTY and PAY due discharged Soldiers and Sailors. • BOUNTY (additional) to Soldiers who enlisted for not less than 2 or 3 years, or were honorably discharged for wounds received. BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or Parents of Soldiers who died from wounds received or disease contracted in said service. PENSIONS for Invalid Soldiers and Sailors, or to their widows or children. PENSIONS for fathers and mothers, brothers or Bisters of deceased soldiers, upon whom they were dependent. PENSIONS and GRATUITIES for Soldiers or their Widows from Pennsylvania, in the War of 1813. PAY due Teamsters, Artificers and Civil employees of the Government. PAY due for horses lost in the United States service. CHARGES.—Fees fair and modera...

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IWITED AT LAST [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

IWITED AT LAST The following most ror^autk•, yet well authenticated storj- , comes from Ohio. After ruailint! it. we can almost believe that sweetest of all stories, Evangaline, to lie a truth, and not a poetic tiction : In 1840, Ileury Letting well, a young mechanic, living near London, was accused of larceny, tried, convicted, and sentenced ti» ten years of hard labor in the penal cotany of Australia. Jlis wife, believing him to be innocent, prepared to follow him, to remain near him during his confinement, and to be the first comfort and cheer him when his time expired. Uut the ship on which Mrs. Leftingwell embarked encountered si tearful storm and sunk; the passengers and crew barely escaped upon a raft. They were picked up by an American ship bound from New York to China, where the wife found herself farther than ever from her destination. Through the kindness of friends she obtained a passage to Cuba , and thence to Australia. A year and a half had elasjx'd meanwhile, a...

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A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW piiMeltaneottft I'll keep a light in the-window, Sandy, till ye come back." "Never mind, mother," said the boy, standing at the door in an uncertain slouching kind of a way, '•!—I might be late." "It's dark along the lane," said the mother, "and a bit of candle light would be ill-spared, if you got a tumble by it. I'll keep the candle Uurning till you come back." She was a very liard It atured Scotch woman, healthy and active, though no longer young, and, as she talked, she worked on, ironing the linen she liad washed and starched, and heaping it like a snow drift, in a great basket beside her. Four other children were in the room, girls arid boys, too young to do much for themselves, yet Sandy wsis eighteen, a tall, handsome fellow, with ripe lips and cheeks and dancing eyes. "If Sandy only would have been a little steadier," the mother often sighed; but to lie "steady," was not Sandy's forte. On, ever and always , to the river side, where the other lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

CASH RATES OF ADVERTLSlNfl IN FATHER ABRAHAM. Ten lines of Nonpareil constitute u Square. TIMK. g ; | ! f " 3' 5 g . | ~ j 0. | w • - « j X ^ lweck.... * 78 * 1 40 $ 2 10 * 3 50 * 6 00 * 11 BB 2 weeks... 120' 180 2 70 4 SO S00 14 ta 3 weeks... 160 2 30 3 30. 8 00 10 00 • ITM 1 month... 173 2 60 3 DO1 '7 00 12 00 !•• 2 months..; 2 75 4 06 0 00 10 00j 20 00 M an 8 months.. 4 00 « 00 9 00 »00 80 0* «• GratrathD..1 7 00 U 001 M 60 M 00 40 00 ?•• 1 year ' 12 00, 20 00 SOW 40 00 60 00 131 ¦) Executors'Notice /. tt m Administrators' Notice - ..; 2 aa Assitrnees' Notice i at Auditors' Notice ¦ I aj SPECIAL NOTICES—Ten cents n line for tfea first insertion, and Seven eeatsaline foreaak subsequent insertion. * REAL ESTATE advertisements, Ten cents* line for the arst insertion, and Fire centaa tmm for each additional insertion. •WALL KINDS o» JOB PRINTING exeewtatt with neatness and despatch.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

PUBLISHID EVERY FRIDAY, f BY ! EAUCH is COCHRAN, No. 18, South Queen Street, Lancaster. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 espy, one near, 11.50 , Peoples,(eachnameaddrested.) 7.00 i lOomfej >• « U.00 I 16«opf« " « 18.00 j Mcxmie* " " ., 22.00' And (1.14 for each additional subscriber. , FOB CLCBS, IV FAGKAeM. Cteopiet , (to one addicts,) » 8.40 lOeopfe* » » 12.00 H«»fM '• " 18.50 ¦ JO ceptet " " ....: »•«> And 11.00 for each additional snbscrlber. 4V-A11 subscriptions must invariably be paid • in advance. j JOB PRINTING | Of every description, neatly and promptly exe- i cuted, at short notice, and on the most reasonable terms. ;

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HOWARD AT ATLANTA, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

HOWARD AT ATLANTA, Ifoftnj BY JOHN II. WHITTIER. Bight in the track where Sherman Ploughed his red furrow, Out of the narrow cabin, Up from the cellar's burrow, Gathered the little black people, Where, beside their Northern teacher, Stood the soldier, Howard. He listened and heard the children Of the poor and long enslaved, Reading the words of Jesus, Singing the songs of David. Behold ! the dumb lips speaking, The blind eyes seeing ! Bones of the Prophet's vision Warmed into being. Transformed he saw them passing Their new life's portal ; Almost it seemed the mortal Put on the immortal. No more with the beasts of burden, No more with stone and clod, But crowned with glory and honor In the image of God. There was the human chattel In manhood taking ; There, in each dark brop.ze statue, A soul was waking ! The roan of many battles, With tears his eyelids pressing, Stretched over those dusky foreheads His one-armed blessing. And he said : " Who hears can never Fear for or doub...

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father gttaraltara'si €%«* [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 April 1869

father gttaraltara'si €%«* (JREEN PEAS have made their appear 1 ance in Savannah. % THERE are said to be over 10,000 Floemasons in Georgia. AT the Xew York Metropolitan IlnUs guests are carred up and down by a vertical railway. WALL street is one of the smallest streets in .New York, yet its influence m felt all over the world. THE Newark Courier thinks the whale velocipede subject is being rapidly propeBed into the ground. So it ought to be. MINNESOTA does not allow any of the school fund to go to schools from which colored children are excluded. THE newspapers say that the prospect for a fine peach crop in Delaware, Majrfland, and New Jersey is excellent. THK members of the Legislature baa badged Postmaster Knipe, HarrisbuiK for doing his duty. Pity the same canaet be done to them. A NEW YORK thief did a kind business for a Brooklyn congregation by stealing a bag of manuscript sermons from itm pastor the other day. GKX. Sherman announces a good resolution in his purpose to s...

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