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

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Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

' *. WUh malice toward* none, with charity/or Ott, with jtrmnett in therlffhtji* God giiH* m to tee the right, let ut strive oik td JNttsh "the tear we are in : to bind up the nation* wound* i to , emtio for htm who shall hare borne the battle, and for hit widow and hie orphan, to do alt whieh may achieve and cherish a just and a tatting peace dmong ourselves and with all nation*. "-A. £,

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

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Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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' '¦JbM'Wmm^ . •^BPf^r^^e^^w^^^F f^j^'^^^e^w^T^^'a^ ^aw^^^v^aw^ar -w^ i * *XL-^—LL-L—^..1, !—1> " tt> /.'ii""—>^A„£i.rl— [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BT BAUCH & COCHRAN, No. 18, South Queen Street, Laneaster. TERMS OP StTBSGBIPTlON. 1 topu . otteptart......................... j* 1.80 5 copies, {each name addrttiexL) , 7.00 WtXipiC " ¦ ' « 18.00 Mewiet. « « ,......; M.OO And 01.10 for «aeh adOitlenal ¦ubsorther. VOB CLUBS, ia rA«KAOBS. fS^ gfr' <».f»*- ¦d** *^' •,2-2 lOeontu " " H.OB n«o|»i«* <•: «. '..t....i...i.......l0.S» lndtl.00 itor each additional oubieriber. A^All inbMripttons must Invariably h* paid taidvaase. < • JOB PHINTINO **™ Z$&^^ ;, reatonabUtarnM. ¦ ,_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

- ¦^ ¦ i'l; h'- ¦ ¦!!:'¦/ . -i' ¦;i1'1 : —r- ^^—' ' ¦ '' ¦ ¦ GW^A WW V* ¦¦ ¦ ,:¦ TAMBS BLACK:,' ATTOB^BY AT LAW, BtlUTABY ANtt WAVAt CLAtU AQBWT, Ho. MS East king-»ti, Lancaster, Fa. Being duly'lkieneed as a Gudm Agenf,' and w^^Tot^^^Sg^x^vra BOVNTT«MPAYdae«toehaiwed «olaleMaad BOTlr^Y (addltkmSl) tO SOlalers Who etilktM - Mn^for^oUdl' ree?! 13? •WBWBmTMTY (addlttcmati to Wldewa> ChlMMaror fareats of.8oldier» who died from woonda »e-«HNI *» daaaa«e*aiM*tM & e4taa»tv6s. ^ta^wlS^^e1ll %WS^^ ***" e ^&Wzf^^zT^£n£; *SWS^s^j&mk TKYVtot TeamstcfatjArtrtloers and ClrU em- > P^AT doe for hone* lost to the Vnlted Sfaiee , ssnrtaa. . T, ;, . : ~ eHABGBS.-J>s» aor and n»*mte, a*44» nooaaewUTDharcek he mad*Tmttfthe mSsiy laMllitid. . ¦ ¦ ' ... WSeaMj* .- J*" ,L' 1. ''.. ¦ ,.! ,. .'h -I."-1 ! ., ..:, ¦ Insurance .-, .: .s .A :, rpiIE OLD PEKX MUTUAL ¦ ¦'¦> LIFE ItfSUBANQE tip&fRX OF PfflLADKLmU. ACCTJaHJLATHD CAPITAt, •P,O00',fi0O, A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

W .J IWM . I . J I ' l—CASH RATES OF ADVERTISING Df FATHER ABRAHAM. Ten lines of Nonpareil constitute a Square. . TIME . 1 S,]S \S ; J « 5 Iw^/. - .^S^^ i^^ll S 8 weeks...; ISO 2 10 S 80 8 00 . 10 OS 17 .01 1 month... ITS 8 00 3 90' 7 0S HAS STO* imoathaq S 70 4 00 , 6 00 ,10,00 80 00 SSB) fSMsttlt i$W** "* 3 i y ^'^jffi^BPPM w-w eyw; aoOO _ MO« ^eontgwHKsMflNii., «v"» W t Assignees' Notice... ' . ' .V.7. ' . ' .:T. ' .T.Y.' . ' . ' . ' . ' . is Auditors' Notice , is SPECIAL NOTICES—Ten cents a line for lbs ant insertion, and sawea centra Use tor eaeh subsequent Insertion' . SEAL E8TATB adwiUseienf, Ten cents a Une for the ftrst insertion, and five cents a uae SarMM>hsjfld|tt|lB)I J|lwBlll. . fA T ! M'T n f ar<aT i ^^^^IttlffliiTrTiNn tmmm

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ma ABB? trnnv BU gQaVL ¦ B^BT ^ T' WBJarx x^^rvPaaa) [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

ma ABB? trnnv BU gQaVL ¦ B^BT ^ T' WBJarx x^^rvPaaa) The very affable and innocent editor-inchief of the organ of Thrrggery, says he will not reply to personal assaults. A wise conclusion on his part. Let him also make up his mind not to make them, and he is safe from '' personalities.'' If he throws out insinuations—which is a mean and contemptible mode of attack, and one in which he is in adept—he must expect to receive a direct and positive rejoinder. AVe shall always strike back in a way that will not be misunderstood.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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NEW MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

NEW MACHINE A valuable, and very economical laborsaving machine, has just been invented at Harrisburg. If worked to its full capacity, it will " paste" and "fold" over four thousand Legislative documents in a single day. Only thirty-seven men are needed to work the machine, and two superintendents to see that it goes right. The expense of pasting and folding, by the use of this machine, has been reduced to $33,000.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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HURRY THEM IIP [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

HURRY THEM IIP What has become of the " ventilation" promised by the very proper editor of the organ of the Thug plunderers ? Hurry it up! The "History" of "Jolly Jack," too; where is it ? Can't you get some of your " hangers-on about the State Capitol," to get un something ? Try, do I No horse-laugh, no smooth, unmeaning generalities, but "Ventilation,'' "History." The Examiner has an excellent correspondent at Harrisburg, "Observer, "He'll do. Hiss Aim on!

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WELL DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

WELL DONE. The amendment te the Constitution of the United States, providing for universal suffrage, passed the House of Representatives on Saturday last. Mr. Bingham, of Ohio, offered an amendment providing for universal amnesty and universal suffrage, but it received only 26 votes. The vote on the amendment reported by the lleconstruction Committee, stood yeas 150 , nays 45—more than three to one. The amendment is as follows : Article—Section 1. The right of any citizen of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United State*, or any State by reason of race, color or previous condition of slavery of any citizen or class of citizens of the United States. Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce by appropriate legislation the provisions of this article. Wc hope the Senate will at onee pass the amendment, so that it may be sent down to the State Legislatures without delay, as many of thorn are now in session. When ratified by three-fourths of...

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HUMAN RIGHTS. ht the of the [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

HUMAN RIGHTS. ht the of the In eig years strength Government of the United States has increased a thousand fold. Before 1860 the doctrine of State Bights had well nigh foundered the central power. Government was nothing more than a chimera. The States were omnipotent. They could do everything. The people were ignored. The Constitution settled nothing, especially if slavery were involved. Have we a Government ? was the people's question when Sumpter was fired upon. Have we a Constitution guaranteeing human rights ? is the question they are asking to-day. We have. It shall no longer be the machine of wrong. Insist upon its perfect adaptation to the present. Let it square With the primitive* charter—the Declaration. Let it be worthy of the nation and the times. Let it be the palladium of human rights, the glory, power and creed of a free country, where " liberty" is not a tinkling cymbal , and where "citizenship" is not sounding brass.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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HISTORICAL [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

HISTORICAL "The mild junior was laudably and honorably employed in 'snaking' 'gratuities' for himself, through a 'corrupt Legislature' for services never rendered the State. — Examiner. S3" That is a bold LIE—nothing less. The " mild junior" defies Jack , or any of his associate Legislative bummers or Thugs, to show that he was ever engaged in the dirty business, nt which Jack is an adept. Five years' work at Harrisburg, as a reporter , has enabled the said " mild junior" to learn something, and if Jack wants to compare notes, for the public benefit , he is ready for him. ¦ I ¦ - aJJTWe have several interesting contributions in "Pennsylvania Deitch ," for which we* expect to find space, probably ne*t week. They Are now in the hands of Pit 'Schwefflebrenner, who has kindly volunteered to correct spelling.

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THTJVGERY AND THE GRAND JURY [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

THTJVGERY AND THE GRAND JURY The Columbia Spy, of last week, contains an article relative to the action of the Grand Jury in a certain case, in which the editor of that paper was the prosecutor , which develops a weakness in a quarter which we Ivad hoped would be pure above all cavil and suspicion. We have not room for the whole article, and must therefore content ourselves with giving an extract from it. After referring to former operations of the infamous political organization in the Republican party of this county, known as "Thugs," nt the head of which is George Brubaker, and the organ of which is the Imjuirtr, the editor goes on to say : ** Irrttw begttrntog-ofOctolJer last, a complaint was made against Elwood Greist, late County Treasurer, for speculating with the county funds in violation of law, and against the interest of every tax-payer in the county. The law covering such cases reads as follows: SSCTION 62, of Penal Code—" If any officer of this Commonwealth, or of...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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THE EXAVHEsPS "HISTORY." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

THE EXAVHEsPS "HISTORY." When we first exposed the notoriously corrupt and barefaced system of Treasury robbing through the pasting and folding room of the House of Representatives at Harrisburg, by which over thirty thousand dollars were abstracted from the public Treasury, and divided round among the political jobbers, brokers, swindlers , bummers and hangers on, we expected there would be a general flutter among theta , aud a terrible, shaking and rattling of dry bones. But, we did not believe that ASM Republican newspaper could be fojUaWwfcJ all Pennsylvania, claiming the least re- ' spectability—certainly none published in J Lancaster county, and sustained and read by such people as are its "suKlani;iaT, and ] intelligent citizens—would dare to become ' ; the prgan-and defender of the plunderers ; referred to. But, wo are disappointed. ! Even that okl and hitlterto respectable and , reliable journal, the Lancaster Examiner, [ is out, as one of the defenders and apologis...

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A MODEL DEMOCRATIC tifT. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

A MODEL DEMOCRATIC tifT. New York, at all times, aboundsjai burglars, pickpockets, snenk-thisTSa^|aocndi aries, forgers, swindlers, mtrrtarBfrs and copperheads. Not a day passes but long lists of violations of the peace by these various classes of dangerous men are published; but the past week or two have been more fruitful of daring crimes th»tt.. we remember to liave been the case befors.Sifrhe terrible murder and attempted robbery of Mr. Rogers in Twelfth street, close to Broadway, on the sidewalk in front of his house, by a ruffian who has contrived to escape from the vigilance of the police, was still a subject of public consternation, when a gentleman and his wife , on Saturday evening last, while on their way to their home In Fourth street, just out of Broadway, were attacked by a gang of thieves, knocked down , and would hive been robbed of a large quantity of diamond jewelry, which they were carrying to their home for safe-keeping, had not their cries alarmed the vill...

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OUR HARRISBURG LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

OUR HARRISBURG LETTER The Business of the Session—Notaries Public—The Contented Eledwnof Bunnrs. Witham—How Copjjerhtadt carry Elections—Ihe Vivil (Me Commission—Bates' History—State Bights and Vie " Nigger"—Editorial Convention—State Librarian—Reform Committee—Local Legislation, dec. HABKISBURO , Feb. 2d, 1889. DEAR FATHER ABRAHAM : After a short recess, the members have returned to Harrisburg, and both Senate and House are again at work. But few bills of a public nature have as yet been acted on, while the local bills already introduced number upwards of two hundred. The truth ie, too much time at the beginning of the session is occupied in the consideration of bills of the latter class, while measures of more general interest are not matured as early as they should be, and are passed by to make reom for these "little Williams," until adjournment day is at hand, when, they are too often hurried through, without that deliberation which their importance demands. One of the mos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 5 February 1869

JatJKr ;Pra|n ' m. INDEPENDENT AND PROGRESSIVE. ^¦^^BAa^l^aaaaaBBaBba^ v**'' _jim^fp LANCASTKH CITY, PA. *~* 1-FBIDAY, FBBBUAHY 8, 186©.

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