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Was Sh ars wood Elected ? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Was Sh ars wood Elected ? In the contested election case last winter it became necessary to count the votes in one of the Centre county boxes, and by the count it was discovered that Williams received one hundred and ninety (190) votes, and by the return he was only credited with one hundred and forty, (140) thus cheating him out of fifty (SO). It would not take many such boxes to make up Sharsjrood'*iiLifficial majority. Republican election officers should be on the look out for such frauds. They are another species of coffee colored papers.

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Colfax vs. Coa/fajr. _ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Colfax vs. Coa/fajr. _ A dispute having arisen between some persons In Des Moines, Iowa, relative to the proper pronunciation of the name of the Republic — cwdiaLlate for Vice-President, one of tbem addressed him a letter of inquiry. A portion contended that it was pronounced Colfax, others claiming that U was Coaffax. The Speaker's reply reads as follows: " WAS-ntNOTON, May 20.-—My first name is pronMtneed' aa-if written fckyler, and the last as if Written Ooot/mc. The '•*" doubtless dtoaead out in crossing the ocean." ¦ Iir 1(01, the country was Informed by a resolution of Congress as to the object of the war. Tne'l&'ple a/nepted, tbe_ra-opQsition lrt good mXUKf%l^^^mMm^«b men tmdiWJheyw -^t 'tfi-wWttie+ebeHU-n and re-More (he supti-MAaCy tit *e - luws. —Annapolis (ifd) Rtfmbllto*. In the'winter of J8CJ, and '62, one of the editors of thia paper happened to be stationed, with hia regiment, in the rebel city of Annrijjolis, and became personally kn,owj» to the, e'dU...

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Our Circulation. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Our Circulation. Since our last issue we have received about seven hundred new subscribers, running our list up to THREE THOUSAND THREE HVNLDRED actual subscribers. Our increase, therefore, during the week, averaged about one hundred and seventeen each day. At this rate, we will have at least four thousand in another week, and yet we are onlv beginning!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

- lathct ^^ai^ ^ j i% •:»¦ j t t ¦iJ&H^'iii i tiRcrLATMni Oviy tfotf: ... THOSI! Bl' cOCHRAN j »«»""» * PDW-lstwis. LANCASTER, PA. ¦ A !* '¦ FRIDAY, JIXE 36, 1§6S. " I shall hare »«> policy nf »«*/ oirit to e«- forre etgaiutt the »r«W o/' f/w people."—GBAKT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. NATIONAL TICKET. "MATCH EM." JYe«wf*tif.' Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF THE UNITED STATES. ^H ^^ ^^^^^H ^ Vice Pretident: SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA. STATE TICKET. A-udito* Omtteral: \ Gen. JNO. F. HARTRANFT. ] OF MONTGOMERY COVNTY. ! Surveyor General: Gen. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, , OF CA3JBR1A COTNTT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

1 ¦ » TERMS j OT j FATHER ABRAHAM. Invariably in Advance: One copy to one ait.lr.ttK $ .75 Five copies " " 3.50 Ten •• " " 6.50 Fifteen " " S.r.O Trrentif " " 10.OQ And RO eeuts for ever>t ndtlHUmal SMmeriber over t*ce*tti/. 1^-Or.e titpif extra U t\t pttlir up if a Club if Ttvtntyer more. Address, RAUCH & COCHRAX, Editors and Publishers, Lancaster, Pa. Reading. Our Reading branch office is at Xo. 606 Court Street, opposite the Court House, where subscriptions will be received for FATHER ABRAEAH. How to Send Money. In remitting money by mail, the safest way to do so is by Draft, or Post Office money order; and when neither of these can be had, send in " Registered '* Letter. "We would call the special attention of our friends to this notice.

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Arkansas Reconstruct ell. ' [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Arkansas Reconstruct ell. ' The bill for the admission of the State of Arkansas, under the new Republican constitution, which was vetoed by A. J., just passed the Senate by a vote of 30 yeas and 7 nays, and the House of Representatives by 109 yeas to 31 nays, and the two Radical Republican Senators , McDonald and Rice, were on Tuesday sworn and admitted to seats. Very soon, probably within two weeks, six other States will be admitted , and the glorious work of the Republican Congress will have been accomplished in spite of drunken Andy Johnson, copperheads, whiskey rings and importers of small-pox ! ^^-^^*A^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

4 INI BANKING. — '' - ' - r-1 ' PA VID BA1R. R. W. 8HBI-7K. "DAIR ifc SH " ENK, BANKERS, NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PMKKA. M<—X—i*lr—^WMl-M^ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J B. KEVISBKI, DEALERSIN PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEON8, And Musical fnftram-Mits Generally, SUtET MUSIC. A. large stock on hand, aad oonstantlv receiving aUtlMlM«a*-Mblte*Uo»aMOMMu»tta4. Muiicle%t b\Mailfmitf,It-kKe. Sole agent for Steliway * 8o?» WOWLIMttWI?w*«D >IA*f0g. AIM, age**** Pi-ln** » Co's ORGANS ABO-¥«tODEQM)S , Kfo. S » NOBTB PMWCBtBS-Wt t , ,. asp^ DMT GOODS, *fe. >S^ HBm A BRAM 8CHEETZ, NEW S^TORE : M|AIBS 1* PLAIN AND LflALNCT DBY GOODS, CLOTUINO 4 XOTK/NS, CO«. NOBTK QUaC* ft 0R*Ngfe BTWBET8, • LAHCASTIR, PA. *~~ SUITS MAPI TO ORDER. , LODGE REGALIA. A UCHENBACH & BROTHER, I No. 830 PENN 8TBBET, READING, PA., MAxurACTCBise or JLLEQALUAS, JEWELS AND OTHEB LODGE ¦ ^s ^_ _ PRjjMUlTIE8, *jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjHjjjjjjjj|H|jjjj&Chapters Couucilt "jjjjjjj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

RO OKS <t5 ST A HON EM Y. ¦ r* 1— ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ ¦ « „.*f ~ <- - I r "P BOOKS & STATIONERY, p A COMPLETE STOCK OF SCHOOL ANB ^ISCELfcASEOlS BOOKS, FAMILY A |* FQgNKr pIBLES, , A LAKQfar 4^fa||1t|g)p; ^ F T GOOD BLANK BMB|i«r.JaUL V: RD'ES, BOOSEY'S C||J^#fjft?DARI> ML'SIC. Catalogues of tlsmsfljjjrre furnished on application. KURTZ ALMPOfSla^l'eMAN'S CELEBHATE»«J«iWfL y -JBk ' PENS, AuriBONWi AftotEoacoi'Es, A^TlkrCALK AHD -"- -OSMGN VIEWS. LUMMI frimeltws to Mercian-da. ' CL^darar^napeotMIr-MUaltad' -and^ promiit-%M- iy«»«at -or : x.mpwumtizn's, ijjkr ' .'¦- . : . ¦ «(»aj Owpaook Store, CJ gj| r .»jB««ft,ia»S ajinliAncarter, Pa. J5 «frir »;«.iMrw : '¦ ¦ , ' \ '^™p o»ERY, A\ JUL .jUemamuB^tUfA. REC VLA RL T REftsU* *iR*JNEW ENGMMfePUBLICATIONS JuWffUC A TTENTION 1'MKko THE 1MPOR-*T* £*A TIOX OF ENGjWgtBOOKS. g, |p) ,000 EN VB OPES ¦ • ,'" " 7 400 REAMS ' OFWfctt, "*Wi '& .ina-r ugrElTJKLt. tm^ Ul¥& JUB**** ' NOTES, LETTERS, SK*tJg«>*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

SEWING MACHINES. T) ON'T READ THIS! SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE Proved itself without a rival in the late test trial in this city with the Howe Machine. Wc therefore present it to the consideration of an Intelligent public as INCOMVAUAHLY thc BEST SEWING MACHINE IX THE WORLD. It is light running—almost noine'ess—and adapted to a wider range ot work than any other SEWING MACHINE, While it is, at the same time, very simple indeed. A child can, with all caoe, learn to use it in a ghort time. We can asenre the public that they will look to their OWN INTEREST, If In want of a SEWING MACHINE, TO SEE, TEST AND TRY THE SINGER, Before deciding to take it or any other Machine. Parties often come to town in search of a Machine, and then listen to the advice of interested parties, or those who have but a limited knowledge of the Machines in question. BETTER SEE THEM FOR YOURSELVES, FRIENDS, And then you will not be deceived. W. W. BEARD SLEE, Agent, No. 3 EAST ORANGE STREET, (Two Doors from North...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

RAILROADS. P ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R, Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: EASTWARD. WESTWARD. Phila. Express.4.17 A. M. Phila. Express. 1.48 A. LM Fast Line C.38 " Emg't Train. .ASMi " Lane. Train... 9.(15 " Mail 11.15 " Day Express... 1.8SP. M. Fast Liu<; t.V) P. M, tfarrixb'gAe...».18 " Columbia Ac.2.45 " Cinch;. Ex....».« • " Hairiib'g Ac. ..3.5a " , , Lane. Train 7.29 " Cincin. Ex....lo.3>J '• TDEADING AND COLUMBIA R.R. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868, PASSENGF.R TRAINS WILL RUN ON THIS ROAD, AB FOLLOWS: Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8:00 A. LM. " " 3:00 P.M. Arrive at Reading 10:'20 A. LM. 5:MP.M. RETURNING : Leave Reading at 7:00 A. M. ".....^l 6:15 P. M. Arrive at Lancaster at 9:20 A. SI. «' ''Columbia..... 9:26 " " " Lancaator aamColumbla at....8:» P. M. BUNDIT TRAINS: Leave IianiWater and Colombia at 7:90 A.M. " Lananter 3:«P.M. " ¦"""WfT J:40P. M. Arrive at Hafingvfc..«|M 10:10 A. si. " w LTTTL 6:00 P.M. RETWmiNG: Leave Rcadins at 8:00 A. M. " S...

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POXJTKMZ. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

POXJTKMZ. WE are authorized to announce that JACOB C. KREADY, of Manor township, will be a candidate for County Commissioner, at the ensuing primary meetings of the Republican party of Lancaster County. WE are anthori-ccd to annonncc the name of GEO. BRUBAKER as a Candidate for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, subject to the decision of the people at the Republican Primary Election on SATURDAY, the ISth day of AUGUST, 1868. WE are authorized to announce that BENJA31 IN F. BAER, of the City of Lancaster, will be a candidate for nomination for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, at the ensuing primary meetings of the National Union Republican party of Lancaster county.

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liriif Fan Sr/il-i/ftetotrn. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

liriif Fan Sr/il-i/ftetotrn. Scai.in-LKTuw-K, Jun. Ji, Huts MISDKUF->DDEK ABRAHAMDRILCKER —Deer Sur: On letshta Komshdog owat hen mer amohl miser demokratische meeting kulLii doli im shteddle, un alles is tirstrate goot abgonga. Es is wolir, de meeting war net gons so gross we nier ne expect hen, un awer se war doch so-so—was me: reshpectablc* beast, for ich war doit, un der Mose Wehwer, de Joonsa boowa. der Bill Kitzelmoyer un sein schwa-i', dev Porra Windbigler, der alt Bacherly, der Sain Dinkop. ;;n >ioch onnery. Der hawpt monn awer war so an lawyer fun Readingtown, du wraaht, seller wu so ivver ous goot English schwetza kann. Er sheint noch an yunger mann zu .sei, un de shenshty krolliche hohr hut er das ich in ineini dog un des leawas noch g'sehna hah. Aevordiing zu was er g'sawt hut will er des shpoat-yohr ainohl runna for so an emtly—e.bbas fun tveaya Disdrict Addorney. We des ding amohl bekannt eemacht war da.s so ehner uni de weg is, donn lien mer tins a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

[By Our Special Artist.] A. . oonre AFTER A IIRII MOBE.

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I ^'fll^^Mb*A«JMM"flBfeAAtjtoVc-< •jB^MK-sAk-iafa ¦?ui miuir jpws [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

I ^'fll^^Mb*A«JMM"flBfeAAtjtoVc-< •jB^MK-sAk-iafa ¦?ui miuir jpws Marriage Notices. FBOM OCR EXCHANGES. MOORE—MOORE.—On the 1st, Mr. Wm. Moore to Miss Maria Moore. The happiness they will enjoy Is great beyond degree—-BMt.wlir\u..Hiiitf.tftya-AjUttte''Atoiae,'' O, won't it greater be ?" NEILL—-TEIR.—OU the 3d, by Rev. Mr. Splicer, Mr. Thomas Neill to Miss Mary Tier. A sad event, we rather fear, She turned to kneel, and dropped a tear. WHISHT—BUCK — On the Oth, by the Rev. Mr. Seals, Henry Wright to Miss Orila Buck. Tbe parson seals their fate—'tis very clear, She's right for once—t&e buck has got his dear. COBB—W«B *.--OO the 6th, Mr. P. T. Cobb to Miss Kate Webb. A gruff old fool, wbo »Ha now just beside us, Says in our ear, "Ltiok our for little spiders." BOTTS—BISHOI **— On the 4th, by the Rev. Mr. 1 . ». Tyer, Mr. O. U. Botts to Miss X. ! ¦¦ BIMgB.' W m«^toii«nents The Church ia not exempt it seams—A Bishop's got the Botts. / STICBD-^-C EBBY — On tiie 8th&am...

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Selected. AX> [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Selected. AX> NASBY. j A CONFE:IE>V!" AT THE con.r*Ei*.s—;oa uroi:.Er-'3 i WAV Or BL'ILDI. Ni * A I'l.ATIMIlsr AND an -fA-.L- urns P«xw Omen, Go»MM>Bi-s X-RoakM, > (WU'.li 1= in tUtt Stuit uv Ksnt-ioky,) } ' •June ti. 1S<>3.1 We bed a little consultasheu at the Corners one day last week on the subjick uv a platform tor tiie ensooin Naahnel Couvensheu. We hed present, minglin iu sweet accord with us, a Democrat from Ingoauy. one from Illinoy, one from Noo York, one from Connecticut, and oue from Pensylvany. Ez we wuz a consultin—a sort uv feeliu our way—Joe Bigler came iu. Hopin to smooth the cuss down, I to-wunst iuterdoost him ez a Confedtit soljer. whereupon the Northern friends with less sense than I sposed men cood 'possess, sprung to their feet and shakiu him vociterusly by the hand, *tvore they were proud to meet him, and insistid ou furnishin him with all tlie rlooids he cood consoom that nite anyhow. And they to-wunst made know...

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EXPEDIENCY VERSUS CONSISTENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

EXPEDIENCY VERSUS CONSISTENCY. *fitt-j -.* Imk.u, , A .. HVtHI -flRMt THE MONTHLY CIRCULAR, heretofore published bmthe Grand Lotlge of Good Templarsjjjfethis city, fill be changed into a seirrMytohly PfMt) con»neneing on the f r«t of^Mi aejJIWfl-'F^*1 * **-^ of "THE KEYsf|||t5HS> TtoflPtAli" at SLOG a vear^l^HMHt a*v»^- ' ft is the official wPPlpP6 ord«"fft this State, ancl edited wifflnrtbility M-Miss L. Ellen Wright, Grand Secritmy. fc A. EYE GLASSES.—Messrs. H. L. it E, J. Zahm, corner of North Queen add Centre Square, have just received a aew and tanproved kind of tye glasses, which wc have no hesitation in recom«nf-*iding as a very superior ai$$cje, having firociired a pair and given tfettm a Mr-Wat ""The principal l^tly i* *Mtp&* attfiNwriag which is -tdktiML.ftMie Smm-imtKm riveting, jtyf^fl|^J^ |rfl l %.<< . ExCTigiffl^pra^'Wlftea hjr nearly alMie r*\to^tk>famm •*&> ing to vi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

[ t'ciOT' ^ 'nt upi>ii*.Nl for.] j^ nmsiilbimisc^ ^citsrl).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

"FATHEK ABRAHAM" IS J'l'llLJSJIEU EVEXX FRIDAY ** — AT—SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS, IN ADVANCE, FOR THE CAMFAKBX. _by—E. If. JiAVVV. TT10S. B. COCHRAN. RAUCII & COCHRAN, NOKTI1EAST ASGLE CENTRE SQUARE, A<ljn.:iig I!', a. Buktr's lirue £tt-n and J. Marshall d. t't.i.'t Slue Stirc, LAKVAHTEK, VEXXA. S1NGLK (JuriES THREE (JESTS. ADVERTISEM-EKTA. A limited *tuu.lir <.:':;<!vti*.':<i incuts will be tnkra at tlie fo'Icwing r.'itts-: Fifteen'cents per line lor tbe first insertion, mill ttn cent" per lino forcaol. Rulipequc-jit Inptrtion. The** ai'.\*«rtii>hig fortlie liinoiiaignof blx month'* will *be cli!iT(;e<l f.s follows: OKE S*ji*Asj!(of ttr. lii-.cf)... - $8 OO Two S«UAiiL8 IB OO TBRKBBtiVARKa SO OO Larger *uivertistsmei:t-< by contract. Bill* for atlctrtif.mtf/li eollecMlt after the first insertitm.

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miztcllmton*. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

miztcllmton*. Das Alt Schul-Haiis an der Krick. BV REV. II. 1IA11BAUGII, D. D. licit islits exactly zwanzig Yohr, Das Ich bin Owa naus* Nau bin Ich widder lewig zrick, Un' steli' am Schul-haus an der Krick, Yuslit uaekst aa's atty's Haus. Ich bin in hundert Haeuser g'west, Von marbel, Stein un' Brick; Un' alles was Ich hab geseh, Det Ich versehwappa any day, Flier's Schul-haus an der Krick. Wer mued da heme ie, un' will fort, bo Ios iliu numnaa gth; Ich sag ihm awer foma naus, Es is all Humbug Owa draus, Un' er wcrdl selver set. Ich bin draus mm in alle Eck' Getravelled high un' low; Hab awer noch in kennem Spot, Uf e'mol so fiel Joy gehat, Wie in dem Schul-haus do. Wie haemelt mich do alles a'! Ich steh, un' denk, uu' guk; Uir was Ich schier vergessa hab, Kuiuuit wider z'rick, wie aus seim Grab, Un'steht do wie e'Spook! DPS Kiic-kle spielt verbei wie' s hot, Wo Ich noch g'spielt hab do; Un' miner sella Uollerbuesch, Spieila nodi de klene Fisch, So smart wie long ago. Der Weis...

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