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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, " nv RATJCH & COCHRAN, Northeast Ansrle Centre Square, Lancaster. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 copn, one year, $ I. .TO 5 copies, (each name addressed,) 7.00 10 copiei '• «' is.oo I "> copies " " is.00 20 copies " " 22.00 And $1.10 for each additional subscriber. FOR CLUns, IN rACKAGES. ii copies, (to one address,) $ 6.SO \t ) copies " " 12.00 V. copies '• " 1H.50 •20 copies " " '.0.00 Ami $1.00 for each additional subscriber. JHT-AH subscriptions must iiivarinbly be paid in advance. .TOM PRINTI^VO Of every description, neatly nnd promptly executed, at short notice, and on the most reasonable terms:

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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THE LOVE SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

THE LOVE SECRET. 11V KATK SUTHKHLAND. •' KnwAiii) is to IK: in London next week," said Mrs. Havensworth ; "audi trust, Edith, that you will moot him with the frankness lie is entitled to re-<¦«¦ •; ve." Kdith Hamilton, who stood hehind the chair of her aunt, did not make any answer. Mrs. Havensworth continued—'' Edward's father was your father's own brother. A man of nobler spirit never moved on English soil; and 1 hear that Edward is the worthy son of a worth y sire.>' "If he were as pure and perfect as an angel , aunt," replied Edith, "it would be all the same to me. I have never seen hini, and cannot, therefore, meet him as one who has a right to claim my hand.*' " Your father gave you away when you were a child, Edith ; and Edward comes now to claim vou by virtue of this be trothal." " While I love the memory of my lather, and honor him as.a child should honor a parent,"' said Edith, with much seriousness,U I do not admit his right to give me away in marria...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

( ASH KATES OF ADVERTISING IX FATHER AliRAHAM. i Ten lines of Nonpareil constitute a Square. •'' ¦/ "5 c — • TI.MI:. .=¦ -: >- ~ ¦ -> p J. J J. _ ^J 1 week .... •> 7"i * 1 l'> * 1! In * :• • ,r «i if fi 00 » 11 SO 1 2 weeks... i 'J i | s.i " 7,1 j Bo 8 00 14 00 . 'IWI'iks... 1 ;,, ; •>., ;;;;., „ 00' 10 00 17 00 1 month... 1 7.i 2 mi :: !M 7 00 12 00 20 00 2 inoaihs.. 2 7") 1 0'i c. (10 id 00 -20 (10 :::( 150 ! :i months.. I i.e 1; ei JKH) 1. -, no ;,o 00 r.r. 00 ^months, "en it mi 1; :a :r, 00 -io 00 7000 I l\ear Ii Hi -"I ''.I :,0 vu 40 00 i0 00 320 00 I-'.xi-.-I!tors' NII.H-.' *2 ,7 i0 Ailiiiiiiisli'!ilot"<° .Notice i SO As-aitm-i-N' .Notice '. ,... 2 50 Auditors' Notice 1 jo SPK( IAL NOTICICs-Teiieeiitsn line for tho firs! insertion, iiml Scve:i cents a line lor each ' subsequent insertion. UI.'AL KSTATB advertisements. Ten cents a line tor tin; llrsl Insertion,nnd live ccntsa line for each additional insertion. e« ALL KINDS op JOB PiM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

Heading Advertisements. H MALTZlVEUtiEH, . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. No. 40 XOUTH SIXTH ST., Heading, Pa. I T GEORGE SELTZER. fj • ATTOUNKY AM) (OUN'SLLLKR j AT LAW. No. 004 COUliT STlfKKT, (opposite the Court ; House,) Heading, Pa. j H ORACE A. Yl'NDT, ATTOUNKY AT LAW. \ No. 28 NORTH SIXTH ST., Heading, Pa. RAXCIS ~ >! r«A\Ks, ; ATTOUNKY AT LAW AND XOT Am PUBLIC. No. 27 NOUTH SIXTH ST., Heading, I'enna. Insiuftnre. rpiIE OLD PEXX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK PHILADKLPHIA. ACCUMULATED C APITAL, .*->,000,000, After paying Losses to tho amount of »1,120,000. CHAHTKK PKUPKTUAL. Ail the Surplus dividend amongst the roliey Holders every year. Till: ONLY THULY MUTUAL COMPANY IX T1IK CITY (IU STATK. For further information apply to .IOIIN J. COCflKA.N, Agent, no20-tf] 1'. o., Lancaster, Pa. Jewelry. y AIIM " & JACKSOX, : DKALKHS IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, S I L V E R AND SILVKH-PLATKD WA1JK, sPECTACI.KS AND KANCY GOODS,! Xo. 15 XORTII Ql'EEX STREET. LAXCASTKlt, PA....

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fflftrtj. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

fflftrtj. "WOD (SAVE Ollt PRESIDEXT." HY I-HANCIS DE IIAES JANVIER. All hail .' Unfurl the stripes ami stars ! The banner of tho free ! Ten times ten thousand patriots greet Tho shrine of Liberty ! Come, with ono heart, one hope, one aim, An undivided band, To elevate, with solemn rites, The ruler of o\ir land ! Not to invest a potentato With robes of majesty : Not to confer a kingly crown, Xor bend a subject knee ; We bow beneath no sceptred sway, ()hey no royal nod ; Columbia's sons, erect and free, Kneel only to their God ! Our ruler boasts no kingly rank ; No ancient, princely lino ; No legal right to sovereignty, Ancestral and divine ; A patriot, at his country's call, Kespoiuling to her voice ; One of the people—he becomes A sovereign by our choice ! And now, before the mighty pile We've reared to Liberty, He swears to cherish and defend Tho charter of the free ! God of our country ! seal his oath With thy supreme assent, God save the Union of the States ! Vod save our P...

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PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Written for FATHER ABRAHAM. PART II. About forty years ago my mot her needed a new carpet " f'orlhc parlor. Acoordiiiftto tinie-lionorod custom, she invited her lady friends of the village; , t<> a carpet rag sewing. Old eoats, pants, jackets, vests, petticoats, et cetera, had been carefully saved for a year or more to meet such au emergency. (Jn the day before the sewing, mothermadeample preparations, b y baking and cooking, to treat herlad y friends with an abundance of good things. At the appointed hour they came, and a glorious time they had during the afternoon. The huge quantity and great variety of old clothes was soon converted into cut and sewed carpet rags, ready for the. weaver, and in a few weeks more the famil y rejoiced over a beautiful new carpet, with rich stripes of red, green and yellow, giving our parlor a splendid appearance. The furniture consisted of the said new carpet, a dining table, settee, half a dozen chairs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

Professional. O .T. DICKEY. . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: sol'Tlt ( ,>l'i;i:N ST., second house helow tho " Fountain Inn," I •ancaster, Pa. J « ' . LIVIXUSTOX. •J . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: Xo. 11 NOUTH DfKK ST., west side, north of tho Court House, Lancaster, Pa. /^HAllLES DEXl'ES, \_/ ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: No.3 Sol'Tlt lil'KK STKLLT, Lancaster, Pa. JOIIX «. GOOD. ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: Xo.60 K AST KINU ST., Ijineuster, Pa. JW. JOIIXSOX. ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICII: No 'J5 SOCTII IJUKKN ST., Lancaster, Pa. DP. KOSEXMILLEH. Tu.. . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: With A. HKBR SsiiTn, Ksq., South ijueen St., Lancaster, Pa. AC. KEIXOETIL, . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OEFICE: Xo. 3 SOUTH lil'KK ST., Lancaster. J O II X P . It E A . ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICE: With Hon.() ..I. DICKEY, No.21 SOUTH ijI'KKX ST., Lancaster, Pa. MA II TIN" 111'TT, ATTOUNKY AT LAW. OFFICB of the late Hon. THADDEVS STKVESS, 1 \'o. 20 south Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. 1 A MOS II. MY LIN, J.\_ ATTOUNKY AT LAW. j OFFICE: Xo. 8 ...

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1 AIMER AURA HAM—Vol. II, Xo. * I. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

1 AIMER AURA HAM—Vol. II, Xo. * I. "1" - la\ \\e apivay. for the lirst time, under '.'. ¦ popular and V(-i'y successful title of FATiii;u Ar.UAHAM.as a pertuanenll y eslabi:-!i",l weekly iicwspuper. Its appearilltec. ',\e llal lef lUU'selvcs. is -.ci-ond to t ll:it of ii i other j.".p. r in the couniry. being piv.i! '! onlii'st-i'.ile. pure while paper, and with an entire n w Mo.-kof the neatest and mo-i fashionable type. We co to pre-- t'uis week with tliv most llall' -ring pnisp-.-ei si if success in I his enterprise. I 'lubs. as well as.single subseribers. lire pouring in upon lis even more rapidly than at any tint" during the late campaign, wluii our circulation reached almost ELL. i:x THOUSAND. That we will considerably " exceed this ligiuv before the close (if the present volume, we firml y believe. " fVDF.PLXDI'Xl' AND PllOfl IIKSSI VK'' is our Motto, and we mean to lie consistent therewith. Whatever course on our part may be in'ir^ni'v to promote fhe public welihiv. th...

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HACK NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

HACK NUMBERS. Wc do not intend to make it a practice io furnish back nuinlicrs of FATIIKU .VUKAHAM. but. will print, from time to time, onl y as many copies as may be needed i '.ii'nur regular subscribers. Hut, knowing '.hat a considerable number of clubs are being raised in this and other counties, which have not yd. come tohand. we have provided ourselvi s with it considerable number of extra copies of this lirst number of Vol. II. The number, however, is limited, and to secure the full file persons should send on their subscriptions without delay. 1! ir.ii tallies of moneys should be jiiade to us Iiv check or P. O. order.

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¦ IPI GET HEADY FOR BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

¦ IPI GET HEADY FOR BUSINESS. N 'W is the lime to advertise. Hotisekccp'. r- will lie providing forf'amily wants. and merchants laying in slocks of fresh e -<.oils to inei'l all demands of the season. Th columns-p, ;i. limited extent—-of F.Vi'llKK Al'.it.UIAM are open for business, and all are invited to become acquainted with our many thousands of ¦intelligent read' is.

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. The electors chosen in each State meet M the Capita! of their respective States on the f,vst Wednesday in December. They vote by distinct ballots for President and Vice President, and send ihe result, carefully sealed, b y a special messenger, who will deliver it to Hon . lieiij. F. Wade, 'Prisideiit of the Senate. The Senate and House, having fixed a day for a . joint convention, will assemble together in the House. Air. Wade will open the certificate s, count the votes , and announce that Ul ysses S. Grant is elected President , and S chuy ler Colfax Vice President of the United S tat es.

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THE REPUBLICANS OF THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

THE REPUBLICANS OF THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTIES. The infamous system ot local legislation at Ilarrisburg. adopted by the Rings. Brokers and Jobbers during the last three or four sessions, is about to be ventilated b y the independent Republican Press of the State. We are glad lo find lhat the Philadelphia I'viss has already called attention to this subject iii a manner that cannot l>: misunderstood. Thai abl y cond'.ieied and hi'J.h tolled paper ¦the Mi,lii's ./'1,'i'K'i'- has also taken its stand in ileieiice of the patriotic and lire-tried Ih-publii an- of tin minoris v counties, v, ho have not onl y hi' ' u virlutdiy deprived of ah local U ¦ji-.'alio - .i for years, lull were frequentl y cotup.'llei' even to .submit to (he most coniemptihli sneers and insults from licpiiblican Senators and Representatives for simpl y a skim:, now and then, for the passage of a bill intended to "five them some lhtlc local ciicoura::emenl. or to protect them against Copperhead tyranny aud o...

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FRAUDS IN PHILADELPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

FRAUDS IN PHILADELPHIA. The frauds of the Democrats in Philadelphia, though not so great in the aggregate as those of their brethren in Xew York, were yet even more gross and palpable in many instances, than in that city. To show that such was the ease, nothing more is necessary than a comparison of the returns of the voles in certain districts at the October election, wilh those in Xovember , as follows : Ovinia; 1SI1S . Tyndale, (in Pox. ::til .Yd -. ,„'», • . lsiis . Grant :!:! Seymour Kll.'i KIuUTII DIVISION-- lorilTII WAWD. O lull i'. 1SC.S . Tvudalc i:,:i Fox :.ss A* ".', mla: IsTiS. Grant lob Seymour 52(11 in two divisions of a single ward the I leinoeratic vote is returned as upwards of I.:>'Ml greater than it was three weeks before. In the different precincts of the fourth ward 1.10(1, more voles were returned than there were names on the tax list ! In the first named division above, the Republican inspector and clerk \WYC forced from the room b y violence ea...

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THE PRESIDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

THE PRESIDENCY. For (.rant aud Colfax. (•tales. Elector*. ropular Maj. Maine 7 27,7'Jl New Hampshire 5 7,000 Massachusetts 12 70,442 Rhode Island 4 0,4."i."> Connecticut Ii :t, ()41 Vermont 5 »2,">00 Pennsylvania 2(> 28,8!W West Virgina a 8,000 Ohio 21 tij . OOO Tinlianii 1.", 10,000 Illinois Hi .111,000 Michigan 8 '11,000 Wisconsin 8 1, - >, ,- >()0 Iowa 8 n.'l.OOO Nebraska :! -1,000 Tennessee Ill .",('(100 California 5 500 Nevada •'! 1,000 Missouri 11 21,.'528 Kansas .'! ."i . OOO North Carolina 0 8,000 Minnesota 4 a,000 Smith Carolina (i - '.1,11110 Florida :t (Hy Leg. Arkansas .1 1,000 Alabama s 4,000 2(i Slates 211 For Seymour and llluir. states. Electors. Popular Maj. New York :;:{ (by fraud) 0,224 New Jersey 7 Jo 2, ('>:!.'! Delaware.! ;i 2.500 Maryland 7 :il,400 Kentucky 11 70, 00(1 Georgia II....(terrorism)....40,000 Louisiana 7 do 55 , 100 Oregon .'! 200 8 States 80

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jpott §m. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

jpott §m. THE COURT. -The regular term of the Quarter Sessions of this county, commenced on Monday morning last, Judge Long presiding. George Brubaker, Esq., the new District Attorney, was sworn in, on motion of his predecessor, Win. Aug. Atlee, Esq. The Court paid a high and deserved compliment to Mr. Atlee, for the manner in which he had discharged his duties during his oflicial term. John R. DilFcnbaeh, Esq., was appointed Foreman of the Grand Jury, which was addressed by Judge Long, defining their duties, and expressed his regret that the number of new cases on the calendar, for trial, is larger than at any previous November term of the court. The Court fixed the number of names to be placed in the wheel, from which to select jurors for the Courts to be held in this couut}7 during the next year, at one thousand. The constables of the different townships made their usual returns nnd were sworn to them by the Clerk. The Court announced Hint nil defaulting jurors were fined...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

Jatjjcr 3Untjjam. !\i)Ki'i:M)i:NT AND IM!0(;I;I >SI\ K. I.AM'ASTKll CITY, I'A. FEIDA.Y, NOVEMBER 20, 18C8,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

Of R I 'EitMS—IN ADVANCE. ();;; ¦ I' ri'-nds will hear in mind that our v. vy ! iw pri'-c "f ¦ •uh-enption r.-quires us io ii'ih'-i'i smelly lo lh'1 system ofaih.'iiiee pay 'J nt in till ea---. We keep no hooks oi'a -nit- ! ' turiil stibsei iher.s and niirs. lv. ¦ -. ot hi i' 1'iati tiie mere ciitiw of dale •wh''.' .ho papirwiil -lop. U- .I'I ¦— the -ubf-cri'.''. ' . >it i- then renewed. We e itdd mil t'lT-.-ii ilti\. ;heo liil'e. seiel tile paper to nil! o.i.'- not .\vn lo the hesl and most vi -. - -'!-!:¦ ma:; hi the Sa!". unless paid f>r he advance. If we were lo depart from Mir :'!• ' ¦ in a --iii :!" ea-e. we would soon he colli;., iied l" di so wh, never a-ked. and i'.na ' :iv fall i::e> ihe aboininabV ere.hi system .'. Inch ii a • eritipli'd and broken down man;. puLli-dii : • - '>elbrc u-. Therefore. "lie .-.<. . no pa_' i " is the main business plan!:; o l\vn;i:i; AIUJAHAM'S 1'latform.

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ALREADY TWO THOUSAND. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

ALREADY TWO THOUSAND. We have ah'eaoy within a fraction of two thousand subseribers. and to meet the demand during the coining week we print three thousand copies of this number of FATIIKU AV.UAII.VM. Two thousand subscribers before th.'first numlioi' is printed. we 'hater ourselves, is doing well enough.

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'i'KK rOKTY.FiUST CONGKCSS. The Semite. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

'i'KK rOKTY.FiUST CONGKCSS. The Semite. 'fhe follow ' :!!'.; table id'.es (he r.ani"s i" ihe I'nileil S;at' s Senators who- ,• term- c otlie ' i xpir-. on March 1. with ihe name: of their successors so far as chosen : Stall s, 1!< liriirl S-,i:lh,v.'. \ i ir Svilttt.oS Cal bilin fniiness /'.' »'/'/)'• i'tistiini f i'iiu. ..../mii'-s IHJ-OII .. W.A.Hiiekingl'am Del laim-s A. ltn'itird..A Ih-mnwal ' Indiana T. A. Ilriulrirl;*. . . . \ Iti-publican .Maine...1.nt M. Morrill \ Itepul/dean Mass Charles Sunnier...A Republican .Mi! W.l'iut-iny Whirl" r/i"s. A. llmailton Mich Zaeli. f handier....A Republican Mimic...Alex. Kamsev \ Republican Misso'....I. H. Henderson...A Republican Neb Thos. W. Tipton...A Republican Nevada.Wm. M. Stewart.. A Republican N. ,1 I". Frcliiicjliuvscii. .1 J)vuioi-va' N. Y l'.il. 1>. Morgan \ Republican bin Heiij. V. Wade Mini Ii. Tlr'Viuon IViiiiii...(.7ifM. /,'. lliiikiili »'A Republican R. 1 'Win. Spra^ue William Spnifiue Tenn J). T. Pallirs...

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HON. 0. J. DICKEY IN WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 20 November 1868

HON. 0. J. DICKEY IN WASHINGTON. The Washington correspondence of the Baltimore ,Sim, in a report of the meeting and adjournment of Congress on the 10th instant, has the following notice of our new mem her of Congress. We have no doubt that Col. Dickey will lie an object of . great attention, as the successor of the lamented Old Commoner, and feel sure that he will do no discredit to his illustrious predecessor and friend: " Among the gentlemen on the floor to-day was Hon. Oliver J. Dickey, who jit once became an object of interest and curiosity by reason of his being the successor of Thaddeus Stevens. He does not resemble the old leader of the House in any paiticular physically, nor in many mentally, so much as in his bitter and uncompromising radicalism. In this respect Mr. Stevens's mantle has fallen upon the proper object. He is a native of Heaver county, l'a., and a son of Hon. John Dickey, who many years ago represented the Heaver district in Congress. When young lie rem...

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