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

-FATHE UgV T3 I* ^ HAM OLD JOHI BROWN

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

l, rofessf6naTT^ ~ OJ. DICKEY, • ATTORNKV \TL\W OKRICE: SOUTH QTKKN ST., second house be low the "Fountttinlnn," Umcasler, Pa. J ~"B7 LIVINGSTON, • ATTOKXKY AT LAW Orncr: No. 11 NORTH OCKI-: ST., west side north of the Court House, Ijineaster, Pa, ' CHARLES DENUES , ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: NO.3 SOUTH Dl'KK STKKET , Ijincaster, l'a. JOHN B. (JOOD, ATTOHNKY AT LAW. OFFICK: NO. *> EAST K1NU ST., Lancaster, Pa. JW. JOHNSON, • ATTORN BY AT LAW. OFFICII: NO 25 SOUTH QUKKN ST., Laneaster, Pa. DP. ROSENMILLEH, JIL. • ATTOHNKY AT LAW. OFFICF: With A. HKBB SviTrr. Esq., South Queen St., opposite the office of •'Father Abreham," Lancaster, Pa. AC. HEINOEHL, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. ©KFirit: No. 3 SOUTH DUKE ST., Lancaster. JOHN P. RE A, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: With Hon. O.J. IMCKHY, No.21 SOUTH QUEEN ST., Lancaster, Pa. MARTIN RUTT, ATTORNEY' AT LAW. OFFICE of the late Hon. TIIADDEUS STEVBMS, No. 48 South Queen St., I-ancastcr, Pa. AMOS II. MYLIN , ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE: NO. 8 SOUTH QU ...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

, ! I j ] I i , I . Dentistry. ' LANCASTKK, June 251 b, lTOi 1 Enn'ons Exrucss: Dr. Wm. M. Whiteside, Oic I enterprising Dentist, has purchased from me a ' ¦ large stock of teeth and all the fixtures, the in- | i struments formerly belonging to nn:, and also I \ those used l>y my father, Dr. I'orry, in bis prno» ' I tice. In the purchase, tbe doctor has provident ' himself with some of the most valuable and exi pensivf Instruments used In dental practice, and lias lteyontl doubt o'ie of the best and largest collections i»f teeth and instruments in the Mute. Persons vlsttiiif; the commodiouso!Qc« of Dr. Whiteside, run not full to lie fully acoomniotlulcil. Tbe Udcioi- loses no opportunity OT ! furnishing hini>ieir with every laU' sclentiac iinprnvement Vn bic line of business H. It. PAIKV. i Ty M. WI1ITES1UK. j 1) E N T 1ST. I I ! OFFICE AND KEMDENCE, i EAST KIN<; STREET, ! \ _ i ' Next, tloor to the t'ourt House, over Fabucs- ! tockv* Dry Goods store, L A N C ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Jwlrrtcd. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

Jwlrrtcd. NA8BY. Mr. \ushy ami New York—An Item in the Newspapers decides Mm against solos to Ikiit lily, whieh decision a little arithmetic reverss. [From the Toledo Blade] POST OFFIS , CONFEDRIT X ROADS, I * (Wich is in the State of Kentucky. \ February 20, lHtil). ) I notis in the public prints (wich con-j foosheu seeze) an item to the elleek that'] the lead in Dimoerisy. (wich is the men uv wealth, wich hevin stole theirselves rich are anxious to keep ther wealth and IK * bloated aristocrats) hev determined to no * longer pertect the thecves, bond-robliers, garrotcrs, burglars, and sich, who are, makin that cky lively for that class , and.! that when sich arc taken they must take"1 ther chances the same ez though they lived in other cities. How much it corts j em to get tho courts for em I don't know,! but that our friends are to hev a hard time \ uv it hereafter, is cert' m. One uv em, a' brite and shinin lite, who wuz accused uv a burglary, complicated with a murder or ]...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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#M §Mt gofew. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 March 1869

#M \§Mt gofew. —A Tombstone, in Maine, erected to I the memory of a wife, bears the inscripj tion: "Tears cannot restore her; there-I t»rc I wee])." ••—Miss Lizzie Boynton, of Crawfords-. vttto, Indiana, having lectured on the subject, "After Suffrage, What?" received anWcr the other day, in the shape of an ¦ old pair of trowsers, a pick axe and a dull "floor. V-A lady seeing a man in the gutter, BI |"H she was afraid he was dead. Pat, rllfyi had been near enough to smell his breath, exclaimed: "Faith, and I wish I Jjfij l half his disease." , —Henry Ward Beecher says that when hjL was a student he frequently walked 30 Ql wft.f driT- On one occasion, to see a MJB^BjfL&JBilji he walRcd fifty miles. It jPlibw 'fpT^t^^ a —A writer in one of the magazines sajM that "Young men aro responsible for tire dress and deportment of young women." Joe thinks he don't want to lie responsible for any young woman's dresses just at present. •—A "nice young lady" now a days, is one you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

" With malice towards none, wUh charity for all, with jfirmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to flnish the work we are in; to bind up the nations wounds; to care/or him who shall have borne the battle , and /'or his widow and his orphan , to do all which may achieve and cherish a Just and a lasting peace among ourselves and with nil nations,"—A. Z.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

| Claim Agency. ' TAMES BLACK, ATTORNEY" AT LAW. AND MII.I1 "AKY AND NAVAL CLAIM AGENT, No. St5 East King-st., Ijuicaster , Pa. Being (Inly licensed as a Cluim Agent, and having u large experience, prompt attention will be Riven lo tbe following classes of claims: i l;<H'XTY and FAY duediscliarged Soldiers and ! S.iiloi-H. 1 liOl'NTY (additional) to Soldiers who enlisted for not less than 2 or 3 years, or wore uouoral>lv discharged for wounds received. BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or Parents of Soldiers who died from wounds rc-! ceived or disease contracted in said service. ! PKNSIONS for invalid Soldiers and Sailors, or i to their widows or children. ; PKNSIONS for fathers and mothers, brothers or sisters of deceased soldiers, upon whom they I were dependent. PKNSIONS and GRATUITIES for Soldiers or their Widows from Pennsylvania, in the War of 1812. PAY due Teamsters, Artificers and Civil employees of the Government. J FAY due for horses lost in the Unit...

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§Mt*& [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

§Mt*& THE IJTTLE OSES. A row of little faces by the bet!, A row of little hands upon the spread, A row of little roguish eyes all closed, A row of little naked feet exposed. A gentle mother leads them in their praise, Teaching their feet to tread in heavenly ways . And takes this lull in childhood's tiny tide. The little errors of the day to chide. No lovelier sight this side of heaven is seen, And angels hover o'er the group serene ; Instead of odor in a censer swung, There floats the fragrance of an infant's tongue. Then tumbling headlong into waiting beds, Beneath the sheets they hide their timid heads Till slumber steals away their idle fears, And like a peeping bud each face appears. All dressed like angels in theirgowns of white, They're wafted to the skies in dreams of night, And heaven will sparkle in their eyes at morn; And stolen glances all their ways adorn.

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iUisccUancom [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

iUisccUancom A MOTHERS MANAGEMENT. The dismal December night wasi-los-ing, with starless gloom, over the spires and chimney tops of the city— the binding mist of snowttakcB was wreathing its white pall over all, and the wind, murmuring sadly through the streets, seemed to have au almost human wail in his moan. '' It's an ugly kind of a night," muttered Mr. Terryn to himself, as he buckled his fur closer round his neck, "and a wind tit to cat one in tw> ' . Hallo! what's this?" He had very nearly stumbled over something that looked like a bundle, crouching at the foot of a flight of steps, in the shadow of a ruinous old brick archway ; but, as he checked himself abruptly, the bundle erected itself into something human in shape and looked at him through wild, human eyes. j "Whciare you?" he demanded, on the impulse iif a mtum lit. • "Only me. sir -little Tests." ''J'lease give me a penny, sir!'' <Tied the child, suddenly subsiding into the reg- j ular professional ...

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father 3toham'0 €hp [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

father 3toham'0 €h\p 'J HE present Secretary of AVar. General Rawlins, began his ..areer a* a, '-harcoa! burner. A DISAITOIVTKD ottioe seeker informs us that " there are only H.ll (lays more of Grant's administration." (JEN. JOHN A. Loo AN lias been admitted into the Methodist Kpiscopal Church, iu Carbondaie , lis., on probation. THE minister who boasted of preaching without notes don't wish to be understood as referring io greenbacks. Of course not. THE handsome sum ol one minion of dollars was lately offered for the New York Times newspaper establishment, including its valuable real estate. ROBERT MAKTIN POUOLAS . KSX;., son of the late Stephen A. Douglas, has been appointed by President Grant one of his private Secretaries. MAJ. A. R. CALHOUN , a brave soldier and eloquent Republican speaker, has been appointed by President Grunt Pension Agent at Philadelphia. ARKANSAS lias passed the suffrage amendment, making the eleventh State. Georgia and Delaware !-;ve each rejected ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

CASH RATES OF ADVERTISING W FATHER ABRAHAM: £*VTtn lines of NoujmieiJ constitute u S*UKIH 111 o I o — C C cr O (, c cri CL </] L, ~ } c. [ «a _ * I * Z. 3 week .... Ij 76 , ' * 1 4oj( 2 io » a 80»6 OO'fii «, • i weeks... | 1 ao| 1 80 2 70 4 60 8 DO M 40 3 weeks...' 1 ifci ill sill P 00 10 00 11 Oo 3 month... 175! 2 «> 3 80 7 00 l'i 00 'M' OO ii months. •! 7p 4 00, b 00 10 00 20 00 33r« SiEOiith*.. 4 001 e 00 9 00 15 00 30 00 86' Oti (imonthe.. 7 00111 00 id 50 as 00 40 00 70 00 1 year..... I 12 00. !X> 001 30 00 40 00 (.0 00| 120 00 Kxceutors' Notice , M Mi Administrators' Notice , .. a Wi Aasrfirnees' Notice JI MI Auditors' .Notice i to SPECIAL NOTICES-Ten cento a line for tn* first insertion, ami Seven cents a lino for WW* subsequent insertion. REAL ESTATE odvtrUscincnls, Tea cooln u line for the first insertion, and Kive oeiit^aune for eacu additional insertion. KB- ALL KINDS o» JOB PRINTING es«c«t«<I with neatness and despatch.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

HpllSHED EVERY FRIDAY, E SIK,,'"'*'- "" BT ¦ *•.,*•, ifcth QMM Street, Lancaster, j kMf * *• • , | IS. THW(»<», .*DB8C»IPTIO#r. Eii-w. ofMiiwrH... |i.so I fWjjSjbi , (took name <Xddretied,) 7.00 OHMM"* '* 13.00 HP 16.00 ¦ BjgnMIS 22 00 ' K*** *1 "10 * or eaoh additional subscriber. ' Wt- FOE CLUBS , !!» PACKAGES. EkWaWtet) (to one address,) f C 00 IMPS! !' !! 12 «° *M»!ff 18.50 VMM 20 00 -Jul*»1.00 for each additionnl subscriber. 1 flfeill •ubscriptions miift invariably be paid lntKiriJice. yp' ' H|| 0rOB PHINTING j ¦ HBry description, neatly anil promptly txo-BMRM, at short notice, and on the most ^^» ^^ reasonable term?.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

KR Railroads. ^MpJNNSYLVANIA f'ENTHAL R. V. H^H pataB leave the Central Depot us follows: IH^H CABTWAKD. WESTWARD. ^QHMln.Ez....l2:17 a. m. Erie Mail" 1:50 a.m. HHHUB.Kxprcss5:12 •' Philu. Kxp... 2:40 " HKUjU 7:02 " Mall 11:13 " H^Bb O. Train.. gas » pa»tLjne .,.S5 .,m ¦ HrEiPraa. 1:45 p.m. Columbia Ac. 2:15 " HHHrlab'g Ac..5:54 " Hairis,l>'g Ac. 5:54 " ¦ BjEADING AND COIXMRIA R. R. ¦ El THURSDAY, NOV. "2«'., lWiS , MB TASSENGER TRAINS WILL HE RUN ON THIS wKSf ROAl >, AS FOLLOWS: E^_ LEAVE. ARRIVE. H^. 'ftanowfter 8K»a.m. Reu'mg 10:20a.m. tS. Colnmbiti Wa. in. • .... ,10:2U a. re M " 3:20p.m. •• S:4l) p. m. W RKTCIINIXIJ: B I.EAVB. AURIVK. 5," Reaaing 7:00a.m. LuiKa^tir 9.15a.m. t. " C:15p.m. •• S:25l).lll. | f •' Wn.ra. Cohnn1>H 9:26a.m. fe " 0:15 p.m. •¦ 9:26 a.m. fc " e":30p. m. I Trains leaving Lancaster and Columbia as i above, inako close connection at Heading with J Trains North and South: on Philadelphia and B Beading Railroad, and West on Lebanon Vall...

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HKMAHHAVhV. KKMULT Or* KKttiJUESVE. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

HKMAHHAVhV. KKMULT Or* KKttiJUESVE. Five: cr ^i.y years ago, the Knipcror ThcodoruB of Abyssinia, as tic ealledhinv seif , aiidressed an autograph letter to tfuecn Victoria. As a matter of course , it was opcrieel and reiui tiy the then Koreig n Skxrotary, llarl Kusseii. Not thinking it worthy ..f tieing [lactd in "Victoria's hands, nor even worthy of having its receipt acknowledged, t was placed out of sight in one of the pigeon-holes of thelt'ore igu Otlice. Not receiving any reply, Thcodo.-us considered hiniseif insurteu , and laid hold of certain German and British missionaries and travellers, whose aeal or curiosity had carried them into Abyssinia. Treating these prisoners in a V«rj cruel manner, and not jiaying any attention to reiterated requetts to liberate them, Theodorus received intimation that his country would be invaded by n larpe Uritish force. Trusting largely in the inaccessibility of his domains, Theodorqp ridiculed the idea of invasion—the obJMt being as lie...

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WHAT OF IT? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

WHAT OF IT? The Philadelphia Sunday Reyublw of the 4Ui last., contains the following: "State Beaator Fisher called yesterday morning on Mayor Fox, and had an extended, and wo presume, satisfactory interview. Ail soon as bis card was sent in, tho Mayor (irojipod all official business (receiving the usual reports from lieutenants) aud welcomed ti»e Senator in hia private room. Somo P.epabuoans who happened to be there at the time, witnessing tho occurrence, retired ia disgust, wondering wbethorthe interview had anything to do with tho Metropolitan Poll*) bill." Wei'., wlial of it':' la there anything Starpriaiag ni tho fact tuat a Uepubliean Senator from Lancaster county, should r»y hia respects to tho Democratic Mayor of tho " City of Brotherly Love?" The Rcpublicana who were disgusted, and who "happened to be there at the time," must liavesniclt a very largo mice, indeed. lyTTlin Harrisbarg correspondent of the Brie. Detpatehstates "ongoodauthority" that »late visit of Gover...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

3 3 3 3 f, * G £ £ * I'O ADVEKTISEKS! Most week we will circulate Fire Thouxtiri live Hundred Copies of FATHER A3RAHAM. Adrertwers who desire the benefit of (his large issue, should send ia their orders at once.

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WASMNGTOK HEWS AND twssip [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

WASMNGTOK HEWS AND twssip [CULLED FBOW VARIOUS SOURCXS.] There is no department of the Government that needs more thorough weeding out of Copperheads and political leeches than the Treasury Department. We are happy to inform your readers that Secretary lloutwell intends to make a clean sweep through the whole establishment of this diameter of material. Major (ieortre M. Lauman is still here for the United States Marshalship. Col. John A. Hit-stand in the same boat. When Andrew Johnson left the White House he carried elf with him all the record books and ottieial papers belonging to the establishment. Th"sc books contained the records of laws approved or disapproved bv the President, lists of promotions and changes of army and navy officers, and everything relating to the civil, military and diplomatic business during Johnson's term. These books and records were purchased with the public money, yet Johnson carried them oil" a* if they had been his private property. Many of the ...

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STATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

STATE NEWS. NORTHAMITON COUNTY .—on last Friday evening the Chapel of the Moravian Seminary, at Hethlchem, was crowded to witness the exercises of the ladies of the institution, which, according to the Daily Times, were hi ghlv interesting The store of Messrs. Hess & Horneeker, in Broad street, Bethlehem, was broken open and entered b y burglars last Sunday night, whilst one of their number was watching outside. Officer Becker, being about, dis-v covered the fellow and attempted to arrest* ? him, when a foot race ensued and a shot 1 was tired by the officer, but without effect, i The burglars inside , becoming alarmed, decamped in a hurry without taking any i of the goods which they had selected A j Good Templars District Convention wa«V held at Bethlehem, on Wednesday, and a' public meetingon Tuesday eveninar. which was addressed by the G. W. ('. T., ol Pennsylvania, Hon. S. B. Chase. R. IT. Ranch, also delivered an address on Temperance Is-fop- an appreciative audien...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

Jfai|jer JUrajjam. OTDBFKXDENT ANtD PROaitESBIVK. LANCASTER CITY, f A. «~.* - — VBZIXAY, MARCH 2 3, 1863. Beonomy, Retrenchment, FHitlifu! Collection of U10 Bavenae and Payment of (.lie Public 1>«||*.—GBAIT. lMi^H^HHa^lH^iMBfliHHHHn«|MHWHaMMHH*

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ttEruiiucAS VICTORIES; [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 March 1869

ttEruiiucAS VICTORIES; W. U. liildobrand, was on triday Last., etactrd Uirgess of the Borough of Easton. by a majority of 23 votes, being a gain of 102 votes on l 'uc election last year. Tho ¦ttepublicaus have also a majority of tlirutin the Town Council. Tho Spring eL-.:-iions generally, throughout the State, indicate a healthy stale of the Itepulvican party. At, luo towneioctionia York, Maine, on .Monday List, tho Republican ticket was elected by L"*m 80 to 1#0 majority, and in iCittcry, Maine, the Republican Mayor was elected by a vole of 289 to 9'..

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