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m ¦» » ! The Glorious Finality. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

m ¦» » ! The Glorious Finality. On the 4th of March next, if alive, General Ulysses S. Grant and Schuyler l Colfax will be inaugurated President and Vice President of the United States—now not only the greatest Republic, but also tlie mightiest nation on earth—having been chosen by a popular majority | of half a million, even in spite of the most infamous outrages and frauds ever perpetrated in this country. : This is the glorious and final triumph j of Republicanism—of National Unity, | Liberty, Equality and Law. It secures to us tlie blessings of perpetual peace ; throughout the land. EVERY MAX—the black and the white man alike—will 1 henceforth enjoy the right to live for , himself, for his family, and for his country. He may go where he will, from i the St. Lawrence to the Gulf; from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Rio , Grand to the North Pole, with or without a carpet-bag, as he may elect. The ; Stars and Stripes will float in triumph over the whole of this cou...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
* 1 m*< Didn't Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

* 1 m*< Didn't Pay. Seymoui's swinging around did not pay | any more than Andy's in 1866. So far as j the returns of the Presidential election have been received; iu every State, county ! and town where Seymour spoke there is [ an increased Republican majority. This is true of Michigan , Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, and is especially the case in this State, where he spoke in Pittsburg, Harrisburg, Reading and Philadelphia, in every one of which places there is a decided Increase for Grant and falling off from Seymour, compared with the vote at the State election.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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| •+ » » j "Let U8 have Peace . '" [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

| •+ » » j "Let U8 have Peace . '" In this hour of exultation, let us indulge no revengeful spirit. Even the rebel leaders in the recent bloody outrages in the South will see that their reign of terror is over. Invited to submission by the magnitude of General Grant's majority, they can have no fur - ther temptation to violence. All their efforts have proved in vain, and they must now choose between obedience to law and the inevitable resulting penalties. After the surrender of Lee, on the 9th of April, 1865, they were ready to yield everything to save their lives. An-; other battle has been fought and another j surrender has been compelled; and now , j with the recollection of their former aci quiescence and their subsequent ingratli tude, they may perhaps take some coun-| sel from prudence, in view of the fact j that he who forgave so much three years 1 ago will enter upon the administration of i the Government on the 4th of March, I 1SC9, with almost imperial power to j mak...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The East and the West. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

The East and the West. One of the most gratifying aspects of our great National triumph is the rebuke thereby administered to the base spirit which, while vaunting itself Conservative and opposed to disunion, is forever seeking to foment jealousy and ill-feeling between the East and the West. Few meaner exhibitions of this spirit have been made than those of Horatio Seymour during his recent stumping tour, wherein he managed to swell the majorities for Grant at every point where ho held forth. To excite envy at the Xv est of th.n mora ample banking capital of the East (as though borrowers and debtors should be bankers instead of creditors and lenders,) was among his most characteristic displays of the arts of an office-seeking demagogue. The vote of the People gives the proper rebuke to this meanness. T\M magnificent majority of Massachusetts is almost matched by that of Illinois ; Iowa is as hearty for Grant as Vermop ; Pennsylvania and Indiana pull together as they have al...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Victory and Peace! Hiifliiciuix ELECTED! GLORIOUS TRIUMPH OF LIBERTY, EQUALITY, JUSTICE, HUMANITY AND LAW I The Appomattox of 1868 TREASON MADE ODIOUS! THE REPUBLIC LIVES Majority Haifa Million! 25 REPUBLICAN STATES! 233 ELECTORS FOR GRANT! HORATIO NOWHERE! THE BLAIRS DEFUNCT I THE "HEIDELBERG BRIGADE" IN FULL RETREAT 1 THE SAUEfl KRAUT GORILLAS BAGGED BACK SEATS FOR REBELS AND COPPERHEADS I HEMP FOR THE KLU-KLUXEflS !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

THE OLD GUARD! LOOK AT HER! 7,289m How nobly have the^eople of Lancaster county again spoken for Freedom and Humanity 1 IIu, magnificent October ma-> jority of 0743 has been Increased 5001 Look at the figures:

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Philadelphia. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Philadelphia. 2?o city in the United States contributed so largely or accomplished so much towards the grand Republican victory just won , as Philadelphia. In spite of the most stupendous and barefaced frauds ! —surpassed only by those of the demo-! cratic thieving and prostituting bells of; New York , and the wholesale system of,' violence and murder of New Orleans, j the high-toned and ever reliable Repub-1 licans of the great city of American In- j dependence have succeeded , not only in preventing the triumph of the outrages upon the ballot-box referred to, but also in contributing several thousand towards the very decided Republican majority of Pennsylvania.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

THE ELECTORAL TOTE. FOB ORA3TT AWD COW AX. State*. Electors. Popular Maj. MAINE 1 28,000 NEW HAMPSHIRE... 5 -8 '°Sn MASSACHUSETTS 1* ~ rnnr\ RHODE ISLAND.%. .. 4 0,000 CONNECTICUT « 3 > 400 ' VERMONT 5 31,000 , PENNSYLVANIA S6 24,767 WEST VIRGINIA ft 8,000 i OHIO 3t -....35,000 1 INDIANA 13 5,000 j ILLINOIS 16 50,000 ' MICHIGAN » 25,000 j WISCONSIN 8. 20,000 , IOWA 8 40,000 i NEBRASKA 3 4,000 , TENNESSEE lO 30,000 i j CALIFOnNIA 5 5 , 000 i i NEVADA 8 1,000 i MISSOURI 11 2o,000 l KANSAS 3 5 , 000 I NORTH CAROLINA.. . 9 8,000; j MINNESOTA 4 5,000 SOUTH CAROLINA ... G 10,000 FLORIDA 3 1 By Leg.] ARKANSAS O [ Probably.] ALABAMA 8 5,000 2G States 314 FOB SEYXOIB AND BE.A.IB. NEW YORK 33 [by fraud] 6,000 j NEW JERSEY T I do.] 2,500 j DELAWARE 3 2,500 MARYLAND T 45,000 KENTUCKY 11 80.000 j GEOKOIA 9lterrorisni]10,000 LOUISIANA 6 [ do.] 30,000 OREGON 3 [ dubious.] ] 8 States T9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

I The Vote in l\ntn>ylvanla. \ KSTI MATED AND BKPORTED MAJOKITIKS. j Repnbllean. Democratic. Allegheny .... 11000 Adams 260 Armstrong.... 600 Bedford 300 Beaver 1025 Berks C000 Blair..." 1000 Bucks 550 Bradford 4000 Cambria 700 j ! Butler 550 Carbon 700 ' Cameron 200 Centre 300 Chester 2800 Clarion 1000 Crawford 1800 Clearfield 1050 » Dauphin 2100 Clinton 575 j Delaware 1600 Columbia 1700 Erie ... 3700 Cumberland,.. 450 Forest 50 Elk 450 Franklin 200 Fayette 700 Huntingdon... 1050 Fulton 300 Indiana 2600 Greene 1300 j Jefferson 75 Juniata 300 Lancaster .... 7300 Lehigh 1200 Lawrence 2125 Luzerne 3o00 Lebanon 1549 Fycoming 235 McKcan 200 Monroe 2200 ; Mercer 800 Montgomery.. 800 Mifflin. 75 Montour 800 Perry 264 Northampton.. 3100 Philadelphia.. 2518 Northum'land. 400 Potter 850 Pike 1000 : Snyder 650 Schuylkill 1300 Somerset 1450 Sullivan 400 ; Susquehanna.. 1050 Wavne 075 Tioga 3850 Westmoreland 1200 : Union 835 Wyoming 200 ' Venango 900 York 2700 j Warren 1196 j Washingto...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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.? » » Five Points of New York—Bax-! ter Street. Philadelphia. I [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

.? » » Five Points of New York—Bax-! ter Street. Philadelphia. I I These dens of vice, ignorance and j I human degradation rolled up immense majorities for Seymour and Blair on Tuesday last. New York city, which contains sixty thousand professional thieves, pick-pockets and burglars, gave about sixty thousand Democratic major- ' ity, the greater part of which was rolled ¦ up in the wards embracing the Five ! Points, Corlaer's Hook, Mackerelvillo j and Water Street Dance Houses. As we : have not now the figures of tho last Tuesday's election for these districts before us, we here give those of 1862, when Horatio Seymour was elected Governor by the votes of these out-casts, over Gen. Wadsworth: ii * *\ 1..1 74 3M XIV... 2 23 329 2 81 3SS 4 .31 324 3 42 322 » 38 331 IV..2 82 408 XVII.... 9 22 313 ¦* . 28 271 14...-,..1211 321 4 13 198 18 .40 2t)fl ! *B S 182 16 81 317 I v *C T 178 17 40 310 : 7. 17 2675 18 53 r,1v ; VI--3 2J 231 XVIII....DK M 570 j to 20 392 Si 53 370 t« ~33 42...

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Congressmen Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Congressmen Elected. The result for Congress on Tuesday lost , in the States named, was as follows : .Slattt. It.?. D' .it. California 2 1 Illinois , 10 4 Iowa (I Kansas | Massachusetts Iu Michignn <; Minnesota l 1 Missouri r> 4 Nevada i New Jersey 2 3 Norl h Carolina i 2 Bliode Island 2 South Carolina. 3 I Tennessee 8 Wisconsin 5 l Kentucky ' ¦ * Louisiana ^ . r » Marvl.iud " ' New York 18 13 Totul S5 4'. »

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Fruits of Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Fruits of Victory. One of the most gratifying incidents of the Iafe National triumph is the adoption of Impartial Suffrage in the Stales of Iowa awl,Minnesota by decisive majorities. This wa.s the third trial in Minnesota—The vote for Justice and True Democracy incrcaving at each repetition. Connecticut, we trust, is about to follow. If their bra^s were not inc'-i-dcep, we should slmiuc the slanderers who assert that the Republicans are for Negro Suffrage in the South, buf. against it at the North.

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Lancaster County Majorities. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Lancaster County Majorities. We hive POITLO very decided Republican districts in Lancaster county.— Among others are the following: Salisbury township, (ira'.ifa m.ijoiiJy 306 East J..ai))jx.'lcr tinvnsbiji ;J07 Karl townstiiji ;J3<> Warwick township ^to West Lumpcter low nblilp fi's ('oiicsti'iga township "f.i MillersWIIc (.Manor) *• ' .... •_( . !¦> Hast KaiJ township . yjll West Ileinpfield townshi p '.My West Earl townslip 249 Total majority for Cninl in S Districts.. .'."H Average T 201!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Warwick. The new Banner Township of the " Old Guard"—having given tho largest increased Republican majority since last election,—is glorious Old Warwick. The majority is im—a gain of sixty ! Next to AVarwick is Manheim township—a gain of thirty three.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

" Nun lassen wier don Leib zurRuh, Und decken elm mit Etude «u 1" The Repuollcan Pyramid, OHIO IOWA MAINE KANSAS NEVADA INDIANA ILLINOIS GEORGIA ALABAMA MISSOURI MICHIGAN VERMONT WISCONSIN NEBRASKA ARKANSAS MINNESOTA TENNESSEE CALIFORNIA CONNECTICUT RHODE I8LAND WEST VIRGINIA PENNSYLVANIA MASSACHUSETTS NEW HAMPSHIRE NORTH CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA RECONSTRUCTION The Democratic Pyramid. BLAIR HORATIO NEW YORK DELAWARE LOUISIANA MARYLAND KENTUCKY NEW JERSEY FIVE POINTS FORT PILLOW BERKS COUNTY SCHLIFFLETOWN j ANDEBSONVILLE MACKERELVILLE SOUR KRAUT HILL BEDFORD STBEET CONFEDERATE X BOAD8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Maj. Oct. 13. Maj. y,m. 3. f I 5 * DISTRICTS. So *j j „„ ta W O m 1st Ward 50 65 2d Ward.... 36 58 3d Ward 35 45 i 4th Ward 105 132 5th Ward 14 24 6th Ward 21 16 "th Ward 116 116 8th Ward 227 244 , 9th Ward 32 21 ; City total 286 410 300 421 Adamstown 42 35 Bart. ^ 6 32 ^reekfdck 42 28 Carnarvon 45 65 Clay 195 201 CocalicoEast 112 123 Cocalico West 27 47 Colerain...: 90 91 ! Columbia,—1st Ward 55 ) i " 2d Ward.. 80 J 94 I " 3d Ward.. 34) Conestoga 270 275 Conoy 113 128 Drumore 20 41 Donegal West 21 23 Donegal E., Maytown 42 43 " " Springville 39 42 Earl 339 338 Earl East 243 260 Earl West 233 249 Eden 2 1 Elizabeth 76 87 Elizabethtown 3 1 Ephrata. 155 172 Fulton 67 76 Hempfleld West 234 249 Indiantown 235 240 Lampeter West 275 278 Lampeter East 340 357 Little Britain 59 63 Leacock 187 189 Leacock Upper 149 1?3 Lancaster twp 107 110 Manheim twp 183 215 Manheim bor 166 191 Martic 129 136 Marietta 169 205 Miller8town 232 262 Mount Joy bor 216 209 " Mount Joy tp. (upper) 96 106 Miou...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

THE HAPPY FAMILY.

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toral Jttms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

toral Jttms. TnE TANJJTBRS:—This evening the Boys in Blue and Tanner's Club of this city propose celebrating our great victory of Tuesday last by a grand torchlight procession. A number of fire works have been purchased for tlie occasion, and a general illumination is in, prospect. We expect to see a large turn out. AVe here take occasion, on behalf of the Republicans of this city, to return thanks to this line bodv of men, for the interest and zeal they manifested in aiding the good cause, both by their presence in the ranks, thus adding spirit to the campaign, and by their votes and work on Tuesday last. To their President, II. W. Hager, 'Esq., is due the credit of first conceiving the idea of organizing the club, and of so successfully managing its affairs since its organization. We trust this gallant band of Republicans will receive a cordial reception on their route this evening. THE CITY OF READING.—The result of the election iu the city of Reading was glorious—169 maj...

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COPPERHEAD ROOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

COPPERHEAD ROOSTER. •.' ii'.;i '.b-.ii. nWer f»r he's gasphit;, And Lk tiva ij:i.- li other clasping. Quiver with the tearful rasping, IIu i'.:--.'«ived on Tuesday last. Oh! "TisihnT'l/ov Oops to hide him, Tlie? who lon£ so fondly eyed him, J tow lorlora (l.-ey stand beside him, hitiee . l.i.s crowing days are [uLst. (ih'. hi* cmuh is cut and bloody, And his less* are hruised and muddy. And hi.-- breast with blood is ruddy. ' And his gills are very bine. Kinpty eraw and busted gizzard, Tail and whig completely scissored, r'elled alone decisive blizzard, Itouled—-tinned, from A to Izzard—O. poor- cock-a-doodle-doo!

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