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FitIII Scliirrftlvhremter. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

FitIII Scliirrftlvhremter. ScnunixrowN, Nufbmberdor-lt, 1808. Mer heus gedu ! Der Winkeleisa hut it'iv for der Grant gcvote, un noch drei onncry. Se hen yusht dri-tsay majority doh—gain sivva for tins. Bully for uns. De Bevvy lust dich, un der Grant,un dor Colfax greesii ; un now, mind, ich geh nei for de Posht OiVis, for ich bin yctz shun nine wocha in der party. Denksht es is noatwendich das ich selwer tsum Grant geh derfore, odder denksht de Bevvy set geh l' Ich bin g'simd. Ich geb gor nix inch urn sclly watch, for wann ich de Posht Offis krick, bin icli all right. . Se sawya der Seimoypr wter besser derlicain geblivva. Der alt Dinkop is kronk, un der Joe iluckai'liggle is doat g'sufl'a. Now mind, de Posht Offis '. ^ PIT SCIIWEFFLEIIRENNEF..

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

"Past, Present and Future." The first p'irt of this original production appears on our first page. It will be continued from week to week, by .giving about two columns at a lime, until completed.

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

A Sipresadatirc of the Maehcrcivillc Democracy.

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The Democratic Press on the Result. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

The Democratic Press on the Result. The Philadelphia Aye ot \\ ednesday says: We had hoped that the masses of American freemen, who love their country, and, whatever may be the presented adverse verdict, will not permit our free institutions to be sacrificed by wicked and designingpartizaiiH, would have risen in their might, and would have swept from existence the reckless crew now driving the old ship "of State upon the breakers. But although disappointed in this expectation, we do not despair of the Republic. The New York Democrat of Wednesday (Brick Pomeroy) says: No, not beaten . Democrats I We have only not won! We have " moved upon the enemy's works," but have failed to carry them. The New York World of Wednesday says : Always desperate and difficult , for •three weeks, ever since the October elections went against us, theirs (the Democracy) has been a consciously hopeless fight.

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Will They Learn ? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Will They Learn ? We trust the result of the eloction on Tuesday last will teach the Southern disorganizes wisdom, and to submit to what is inevitable. Let us have peace; let us have liberty; let us have froe discussion; let us have tolerance. Let us have no more murders; no more invasion of the people's rights; no more disorders. Gram} and the new Congress are instructed by the people of the United States to demand only justice aud order; but they will insist on these.

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

WHY DOITT TOTT CROW?

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

The Markets. LANCASTER HOUBBKEBFERB' MARKET.? November 8, ISCS. $ Butter, V lb " 40(645 Eggs, (Scarce),. 30©32 Lard, V B)... • • • 18020 Chickens, live, per pair 50(300 Turkeys, each 1.0001.60 Ducks, per pair, 15©1.00 Sausage, Vfc,. . .., .20 Beef, by the quarter, (front) ... ...lJ(ffl2 do " " (hind) 13014 Pork, by tlie quarter 13(315 Veal, " " 10(gl2 Potatoes, per half peck 14(315 do per bushel 1.000-1.10 Turnips, «' " 50 , ItBADIXO IIOCfcEKRKPEns' MARKET, ) NoTcmber 5, 1808. \ Butter, V ft 42(ffJ8 Eggs, per doz 40 Lard 24 Chickens, per pair 0001.00 Potato* , par buahel 7901.00

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JUST OPENED!AT BEAU MONDE HALL!! POKTICO now. «**3 j.EXN SQAHE, 543 H EA DIN G . V A . , A T.AI;CU LOT or BEAVERS, CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES, VESTING S, <to. FOP. WINTER WEAK. ALSO , BOYS' CLOTHING AND GENTLEMEN ' S' FURNISHING GOODS!. LEVI 0. COLEMAN. Cutter. BUCH & BRO., noC-lf PROPRIETORS. v "A Complete Pictorial History of' the Times." "The best, cheapest, and most successful Family Paper in the Union.'' TTARPER'S WEEKLY, SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Critical Xitiret <//" tht. I'tett. The MODI:L NEWSI -ATER of our coantrv—complete in nil the ili p.utuiciilsof an American Familyraper—IIAUPKR'.S WEKKI.Y has earned for itiw.ll a right to It* title, "A .IOCI:.\AI. OK CIVILIZATION."—JVe-i- York Ev.rt.ny J',,st. U'ir future historians will enrich themselves out of UAKI'EU'8 WKEKLY long after writer", and printer.*, nmi publishers are turned to dust Afic York Evnngtlix!. , The In at of its class In America Huston TrarcVtr. HARPKU'S WEEKi,v may be unres...

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

BOOTS AND SHOES. _ T MARSHALL & SON'S HOOT AND SHOE .STORE, CENTRE SQUARE , LANCASTER, PA. <: AM PAWN OF 1803. NOW IS THE TIME FOR VIC-TORY! We have started the Campaign by laying In a fresh stock of " —- HOOTS ASP SHOES. • _, ., 5 Cases Ladles' Gaiters. ¦ _\> CM--1-* Misses Gutters. a ('uses Children's Ghltcrs. - "> ('a*- s iioy.s' shoes. • 1!S Cas,-s Men's .Shoes. 25 Cases Men's mid Boysv Boots. Give us a call. We otter inducements never be-«re offered. Our work is of the best quality. Don' brget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE. — s ^ — ¦ — ¦¦¦ COAL. JTjiHLER, BRENEMAN & CO., t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN COAL, Of the beat quality. YARD— COB. WATER ST. Si PENNA. R. R. OFFICB—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER, PA. •¦4- .»_____„__^_—1_ tT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IN \COAL OF EVERY DESCUIPTIOX, 1 . NORTH PRINCE STREET, 5IAR THK PENNSYLVANIA RAILROADLANCASTER, PA. i FURNISHING GOODS. /CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS FOR THE NEWEST STYLES OF COLLARS, ...

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

HOOKS & STATIONERY. I gARR'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL DIRECTORS, ! TEACHERS, . PARENTS AND SCHOLARS, TAKE NOTICE. We invite the attention id" School Directors and Teachers to our large 'atoek of School Book* and j extensive arrangements with the large Publishing Iloa«es of Philadelphia, New York and liu.tun. ; We pay speclul attention to the Inti rests of Idreot-OIB and Teachers, and arc prepared to supply townships at even better rates than eT-r before. Directors who contemplate changing Books, will find it greatly to their advantage to call upon us, as ' our arrangements with publishers enable us to furnish Books for Introduction at the very lowest pub- I Usher's rates. Uur stock of School Stationery is ! also very large and well selected, and our facilities , for furnishing Globes, Ciiaitb and .Maps MM not bv ' surpassed. ALL NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AS FAST AS j ISSUED : FROM THE PRESS. I All the now styles of American, Fronch and j Englbsh Note and Letter Papers, with Envelopes t...

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

^ ^ ^ ^ RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL B. R. Trains Tcav* the Cenvral Dejsjt as followst KAST'.VAIiU. WUSTWARlk Pldla. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie .Mall 11:00 a.m. Fast Llue ti.:« •• Pliila. Express. 2:47 " Lane. Tram u.-o* " Mall 11:1* " DaV Expre.-w... 2.11p.m. 1'iut Line 2:20 p«. Hairisb g Ac.. 0:15 " Columbia Ao.,. 2:2f " #lu«in. Ex iu:47 •' |Horrikbui'KA<;.. 8:Kt " I Lancaster I'raln 7:2» " IVHuciunati Ex..l0'.S» " READING RAIL ROAD. •HIMJIEK AHliA RGEMJiNT. MAY 2"lh, lHUO. OR HAT TRUNK J.rNE FROM Tllfl XoFth aud North-West for Philadelphia' , New York, Reading, PutUvilic, Tama-iua, Asldand, Lebanon, Allentowu, EastoVj,Ephiata, Lltiii, Laucaster, Colujnbia, Ac, Ac. Trains leave liarrislairg for Now York, as follows: at 2.6a, S.l» und b'.lu A. M., 12.40 noon, aud 2.08 and il.oS P. 41., ouiiiiuctliig with similar trains on the Pcnie-vivania ltailroad.aiidanivingat New York at e.OD, io.OH and 11.00 A.M., and 3.80,7.40 and 10.80 P. M. Sleeping e:u» accompanying tho D.ltt A. M...

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^cnnBg lbaniscI? §fit«!j [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

^cnnBg lbaniscI? §fit«!j Dm I) tun H< liwcjfli br< itner. SrnLiFFi.ETi;w:v, ^. 'lifeiuliar 2, 18C8. MISDEB FODDER ABRAHAM — Deer Sur : Tetz awer gehna amohl der katz de hohr ouo. Morya kummts druf aw ep ich tier negsht Posht Meashter fun Sehliffletown geh, odder eh do office noch feer yohrdort hinnieh 'em Kitzelderfer Beina drom butvlasi soU.for wann der Seimoyer ni lcunimt, donn, uf course, bin ich ousg'shpeelt. Awer, morya, we g'sawt, gehnn djr katz de liohr ous, un well Ich ordlich bissy bin nllewcil, will ich desmohl widder my breef korts macha. Ich will awer doch eh ding sawya tsu delna flnf un tswansk-h dausend FODDER ABRAHAM leaser, uu sell is, das noch der leckshun hab i. h im sum der olley woch a rechter bully gooter breef shreiva fun weaya allerleh sacha; de leit kenna mieh all—se wissa wtcr un was ich bin; der nawma- fum Pit Schwefflebrenner is yetz bekannt ivverall un in ally shteadta - , in Barricks county, in Heidelbarrick, in der Ohio, in Yorrtck, ...

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THE PEOPLE'SCHOICE! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

THE PEOPLE'SCHOICE! President, U. S. GEANT. Vice President, SCHUYLER COLFAX.

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Dame Ocracy Plirei'olog trail y Considered. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Dame Ocracy Plirei'olog trail y Considered. [Communicated.] This nofe-orious old lady has a pumpkin shaped head, though the side view looks very like one of the fiat-head tribe of Missouri. One like her is ever anxious to do something in the world some how, but she can See-moro and do lew than most old women. Her CONGUGALITY, or love of one, is big, and that one is herself. FAREUTAL LOVB—Repudiates the doctrines of the fathers. ADHESIVENESS—To her bottle she sticketh closer than a brother. iNHABmvENESS—Love of honor-She likes to go ahead, (to vote), but since Tuesday has retired to private lifo. CONTINUITY—One thing at a time—Large: the one thing is lying and that all the time. VITAITVHITESB—Love of life—very large ; catches at straws already. CoMBATTVENEsa—Glories iu a free fight. DEBTRUCTTVENESS—Is large ; likes to pull down what others build up. ALIMBNTIVENESS—Appetite—Having been out of office for some time, is awfully hungry. ACQUISITIVENESS— would liko to acquire disti...

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»cIect«J>. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

»cIect«J>. NASBY. ilK. XASIW GIVES HIS VIEWS OH THE Sl'j> JECX OK TDE COMING EI -E CTIN—His HOPES AND I'EAKS. POST OFFIS , CONFEDERIT X ROADS,' (Which is in the State uv Kentucky),Oct* 13,1868.—I am sometimes gloomy, and despondent, and never more so than now. To me the skies is dark; to me the clouda, is lowering, and the prospect gloomr. First, the crops is agin us. Wat wa wantid to make ashoorance doubly shoor wuz a jolly i'ailyoor uv crops. lied the wheat failed in Ohio, Iujianny and 111-inoy—hed ther potatoes rotted iu ther fields, and the corn come to naught, we cood hev them States easy. For it's thai uaeher uv men to charge up everything from a theevin postmaster to the failyoor uv corn—the first the most triflin and the latter (ifi *iew uv its effeck on the price uv liker) the most stupenjus evils wich kinatteck mankind—they charge everything uv this kind up to the account uv the party in power, and they vote agin em. When mislorchoon waves her red ling ...

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^ m The Indictment. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

^ m The Indictment. You would not permit a man to control his own labor who had once been a slave, or waa the child of a slave. You would not allow a man to dispose of his own property on equal terms with his neighbor, because his color differed. You would sell the labor of a colored man on the auction block, as a punishment for not working when you would not give him employment. You avowed a policy of repudiation. You turn out Inspectors of election, forge naturalization papers, and issue them criminally, and by violence seek to pervert the voice of the people. The fact that a Republican meeting was to be held in many of the States of the Union, was deemed by you of sufficient reason for shooting down those who attend. And the jury of the peoplo, on November 3d, found Democracy guilty and sentenced it to death. ^ » «. JOSH BILLINGS ON MILK.—I want to say surathing. I want to say sumthing in reference to milk az a fertilizer. There are various kinds ov milk.— There iz sweet ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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jgur |ttile i|obta. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

jgur |ttile i|obta. —A Western editor, in response to a subscriber who grumbles that his morning paper was tolerably damp, says, "that it is because there is so much due on it." —A young lady who teaches music in an academy iu Western New York, sent an order to a publisher , rocently, in which she had spelled tho words very poorly. She apologized by adding a postscript, as follows : "You must exkews this letter , as I pla bi noat, but spel bi ear." —An editor, sneering at the stupidity of a cotemporary, says—"The best thing lie has got off this week was a dirty shirt." —Jennie June thinks so far at women's clothing is concerned, the art of not making anything they want, in the way that they want it, has been brought to perfection. —A professor was explaining in a young ladies' school m-France the theory according to which the body is entirely renewed every six years : "Thus, Mademoiselle F.," said he, addressing a pretty blond a wide-awake face, "in six years yon will be no ...

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Protestant Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Protestant Cow. I'aildy .Murphy and Ins wile, Bridget, after niany years of hard labor ditching and washing, had accumulated a sufficiency (beside supporting themselves and the "childers") to purchase a cow, (of course they had pigs.') which they did, at the first opportunity. As it was bought of a Protestant neighbor, Paddy stopped on his way home at the house ol tho priest, and procured a bottle of holy water with which to exercise the false faith out of her. "Isn't she a foine creature?" asked Pat, of the admiring Bridget. "Jest hould her till I fix the shed." To save the precious lluid from^harni, he took it into the house and sat it up in a cupboard until he had " fixed" things. Then he returned and brought the bottle back again, and while Bridget was holding the rope, proceeded to pour it upon her back. But poor Paddy had made a slight mis take. Standing within the same, closet was a battle of aquafortis, that bad bean procured for a far different purpose, and, as it d...

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Fifteen Follies. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Fifteen Follies. Hall's Journal of Health says : First—To think that the more a man eats the fatter and stronger he will become. Second—To believe that the more hours children study at school the faster the y learn. Third—To conclude that if exercise is good for the health , the more violent and exhausting it is the more good is done. Fourth—To imagine that every hour taken from sleep is an hour gained. Fifth—To act on the presumption that the smallest room in the house is large enough to sleep in. 8ixth—To argue that whatever remed y causes one to feel immedidately better w " good for" <he system, withoue regard to ulterior effects. The "soother sirup," for example, does not stop the cough of children, and does arrest diarrhoea, onl y to cause , a little later, alarming convulsions, or the more fatal inflammation of the brain, or water on the brain, at least, always protracts the disease. Seventh—To commit an act which is felt in itself to be prejudicial ,1ioping that ...

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Batch-ior Ministers Beware. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 6 November 1868

Batch-ior Ministers Beware. We yesterday heard rather a good story of one of our city ministers.— During last winter a revival was in progress in one of the country churches near the city. Among the " attendants of the meeting was a beautiful and estimable, but|rather unsophisticated,young lady, whoso friends were very anxious to have her unite with the church.— She seemed, however , reluctant to do so, and the miuister in question was requested to "talk to her." This he did several times, on one occasion saying, in a jocular manner," Miss M , if you'll join the church I'll marry you," meaning he would perforin tho ceremony. The ^ girl seemeu pleased with the proposition , and a few evenings after came up to tho altar and united with the church. Si-v-; oral weeks after this the minister presch-| ed at the church, and after services mot. | the voung lady- ''Brother ," said she,u vou know you promised to marry | ine if I'd join the church. Are you going | to do so? I don't want ...

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