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j Onr Leader*. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

j Onr Leader*. ! ¦ j We have selected our champions who aro to lead us, and have given utterance to the principles which govern us in the present political contest. Our leaders are tried mep. Our principles ai'e those of Truth and Justice. Nothing remains but for the party, united ia ali its power and vigor, to sweep the country with such a vote as shall show what the people think of loyalty and liberty, as represented by Grant and Colfax. Organize, then, without delay, and success is certain.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
South Carolina l)<it<f<t1ioit io X<tr York. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

South Carolina l)<it<f<t1ioit io X<tr York. Tiie tV*!"'.ving are the delegates frcm : South Carolina to the Copperhead Na-| tional i- 'enventiou, which meet-) iu New York tii morrow: lui! THE STATE AT I.AK'.K. ii.-i--rx i.-K.—liou. L. F. :*i'..y. Hoi,. Jas. i. ii-'vii,'*. licaeial Wa-lellanip'o:*.. llvi:. James ¦ li. l.'.l!l)iilii*U. .!<'•;; ¦ (infixes. —' -Judge J. A. in ^ lini... Juiir,.; A. P. Aiili'i'-b. Hon. C. M. "t'unnur., ( ."i.aueellor ' J. 1*. C .n-oi!. l-'ci: -HIE i-ii'.ST COXOKESSIONAI. iu-n:icT. I Colonel W. S. Mullins. llor.. J. L. Jlauuin*;, j Oor. i-ral J. B.Kershaw,"Ilori. K. Dozier. -** r - i 2\>I'. THK SEeuh-l> CONOIlE^MOXAI, USST15ICT. Hon. Curios Tracy, IIo ':;. C. II. -S:me:iton, \ V.. O. Kh-tt, Jr., Esq., Job:; Hacki'i. Koi: lliE TilllU) CoMilU>siti.VAI. i'lr-TKICT. ! H -n. John S. I'f-ston. <»>:;•':a! M. W. Gary, ! i '<'n TI'. M. L. Bonham, Hon. A. i'. Frederick. ' Fo:-. THE ir...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Missisiiippi All Right. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

Missisiiippi All Right. For some, days thc copperheads appeared to be i:i very good humor about the Mississippi election, claiming to have carried that .State, under the reconstruction act. by twenty thousand majority. But later news clearly indicate the triumphant election of the entire republican State ticket by a decided majority. The '* conservative darkies," it appears, didn't amount to much after all. -

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
An Old Democrat on Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

An Old Democrat on Grant. Hon. Isaac N. Morris , an old and influential Democrat of Quiney, Illinois, made a long and able speech lately ia favor of Grant and Colfax. The conclusion of it was as follows: " If you ask me to lift my voice against the (beat Captain to whom we are more indebted for our preservation as a nation than to any other living man, and who baa written bis principles with the point of liis sword on the national records, and enstamped his fidelity to liberty on the national heart, I tell you plainly I cannot do that. I claim to have some little gratitude left. The ensuing four years will, in my judgment, be tbe most dangerous an-1 eventful in our history, and we must hare one at tlie head cf the Government who will be equal to tbe emergency, or we will sink under the weight of a crushing revolution. No tremulous hand must be at the helm ; no politician who will seek only bis own interest at tbe expense of national security. I need hardly add that, if I liv...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
"The Democratic Motto." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

"The Democratic Motto." "Greenbacks for bonds" is the Democratic watchword, and a guo-i one it ia. The bone and sinew demand i:.—linwiixg ~ Engh\ " Your pocket book or your life " is the highwayman's watchword, and an emphatic one it is. The bone, and sinew and muscle demand it.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Choice Languaqc. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

Choice Languaqc. Henry Clay Dean, a Copocrhead speaker (some say orator), well known to the "' Young Men's Democratic As-; sociatiou of Lancaster," recently delivered a Mieech in Iowa, iu the course of , which he is reported to have said that " out; ariiw-l and one legged soldiers, thrust ii.iiiler our note* a. .; nbiwts »f charity, are \ fit ta'acaia ¦ ..'.;• /,,;¦ • thi gaUoiccO' Boys in blue , wake a note of this.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

ttxrvw%TOAft iwntnrftTiows. KA TI Oy~A L TICKE T. "MATCH EM." H*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^ B ^^^n^^S^* ^SMH^^^^^HL wPf ^^ ¦¦¦¦ |^f President: Oen. ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF THK TTNITKD STATES. ^H ''* **^^^& Wm President: SOHUYL/EK COLFA.X, OF INDIANA. * STATE TICKET. Anditar General: Qei-i. JNO. F. HARTEANFT, OF MONTOOMBKY OOCTNTT. Surveyor General: Oeri. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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|«a! |ttws [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

|«a! |ttws PERSONAL.—A Southern exchange says: "There is a certain girl in this city who talks so much, and knows all about everything that does or does not happen, and everything that is going to happen, besides a good deal else, that it has Deen suggested that the Postmaster seriously contemplate the propriety of taking the letter list from the newspapers, anil giving fr-to IMP, -on- the ground that she has the largest circulation of any medium in town." Querie: How many " sich like " ha* we in Lancaster ? Lodge of Good Tettpbrs, "has just been changed into a se»ni<fta»thly paper under the above new and mdw appropriate title. It is the official c*gan of the Grand Lodge, *bly edited by Miss L. Ellen Wright, G. W. Secretary, and contains much valuable and instructive reading matter. Price of subscription si a year, in advance. ¦¦ j **> PREPARATKaW»re being rapidly completed Ton tlie grand. Jfational Camp Meeting, which is to be held at Manheim; already 372 tent...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

POLITICAL. Wa are authorised, to s-pnounce CAPT. A' GODSHALK, of East Cocalico township, as scan, di J»te Tor renomlnation for tho Legislature at tbe Primary Election* of the Republican party. August 15th. W« ara authoflteed to ann&unee MAJOR A. C. REI|IOEJ| L, of Jt»B *(^im township, a-fa Candidate for renomlnation for the Legislature at the Primary Elections of the Republican party, August ISth. Wa are authorised to announce thu umn of JACOB (J. PETERS, of Consstoga township, as a candidate for ajis I#gi»laftre, subject to tho deci-*io*t of tk» people at lhe enfuing primary meetings of the Republican party in August. Waare authorised to announce that JACOB C. KREADY, of Manor township, will be a candidate for Countj Commissioner, at thc ensuing primary meetinge of the Republican party of Lancaster County. Wj» ar« authirised to announce tin* name of OEOT BRfrBAltffeR a« a Canilidati! for DISTR ICT ATTORHET, subject to the decision of the people at the Republican Prima...

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

j SEWING MACHINES. "rTONT PvEAD THIS! vSIXGEIVvS ** *E \VI>-I; MACULXE Proved itself without a rival in th) lit.: test trial in this city with the Howe Machine. We therefore present it to the consideration ot * a:i intelligent public as INCOMPAUABLY the BEST SEWING MACHINE IX THS WORLDIt is light running—almost noiseless—and adai tel to a wider range o! work than any other SEWING MACHINE, While it i», at tho samo time, Tory simple indeed. A child can, with all ease, learn to use it in a short time. We car. assure the public that t'aay will look to their o ir .v INTEREST, li in want of a SEWIN'G il A C e I - V E , 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, Aud then yon will not bii deceived. W. W . BEAKDsLEE, Agent, No. 3 EA...

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

RAILROADS. P ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: BA3TW.VI*.r>. WKSTWAHD. Phiha. Express.4.1" A. M. Phi'a. Express. 1.4;l A. M. FastLine 8.35 " Enig't Train.. .3.03 " Lane. Train....9.03 " Mai! 11.13 " Day Express. ..ISO P. M. FastLine 2.40 P. M. Harrish'j}Ac...*l.l5' " Columbia Ac.2.45 " Cmcin. &x 10.17 " | Harrisb'g Ac...5.5.1 " j Lane. Train. ...7.2i> " ICincin. Ex....l0.:58 " T3EADING AND COLUMBIA R. R. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868, PASSENGER TRAINS WILL RUN ON THIS ROAD, A3 FOLLOWS : Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8:00 A. M. '¦ " 3:0(1 P.M. Arrive at Reading 10:20 A. M. " " 5:30P.M. iglfURNING : Leave Reading at.,, 7:00 A. M. « .** «:15P.M. Arrive at Lancaatenit. 9:20 A. M. ' ..«'. '• Columbia.. ,«v..9:25 " " " Lancaster and Columbiajt...8:30 P. M. ..#UNDAY TBAHWI T illVt tlMilAiil ail 1 ColumMP* T:M A. M. ArHtaiAmSKHiCiM.AAA.AAAAAA. ' . ' .AA. ioho A. " M ' . " ¦ —m'— 6:00P.M. RETURNING: Leave Raading a*.. - . 8:00 ...

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

BOOKS A STATIONERY. "P BOOKS i .STATIONERY. J? A COMPLETE STOCK 07 SCHOOL AND MI.Si.'EI.LANROVS LOOKS, FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES. j A LARGE**!* ASSORTMENT OFT GOOD j JLJ STATIONERY, JA BLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES, BOOSEY'S CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC Catalogues of the a * ao _ ve furnUhei on application. KCKTZ AND MONA A GHAN'S CELEBRATED GOLD j\. PENS, ANTHONY'S STEREOSCOPES, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VIEWS. Liberal deductions to Merchants. Orders/"*^ respectfully solicited an iy*^ *" ponipt-VX IT ftllel at V*** J. H. SHEAFFKR'S. S Cheap Caili Book Store, C« No. 32 North Queen Street. Lancaster, Pa. O T^-EW BOOKS AND NEW STATIOXERT, —ATB A R R ' S , No. 29 EAST KING STREET, Opposite the Court House. ALL yVtrT PUBLICATIONS R1QULARLY RBGKirtD AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THB AMERICAN PRESS. ALL THE NEW ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED AS SOON AS THEY APPEAR IN THE AMERICAN MARKET. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE IMPORTATION OF ESOLISH BOOKS. 20 0.000 ENVELOPES AND 400 REAMS OF PAPEE, JU»T mceivKD, INCLUDIN...

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

^mmmmtmmmmm^t^msmmmmm * . a-4 mi * 111 BANKING. DATID BA1B. K. W. 8IIRXK. JJAF-R * S ^ HT-tfK, * BANKIR*/ NORTHEAST ANGLE OF CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PENiVA. „ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ^S- ¦ ! ¦ " ¦ H f J — ¦¦¦-)>¦¦ . g I B . K E«V INiSKI , "* DEALERS IN PIANOS ^ ORGANS, MELODEON9, And Musical InstruirtentB Generally. ' * SHEET MUSIO. ' A Urge Stoelt on "hand, afal constantly receiving all the latest publications as soon aa issued. ' Jriiiic tent by Mailfrte nf Unlace. Sole agent for Steinway Sc Son's ^rfyRU^KrstvwmsB MAWOS Also, agent for Prince & Co.'s ORGANS AND MELODEON3, No. 3, NORTH PRINCE Street. ' Lancaster. Pa. DRY GOODS, de. A B BTMTCH1E T Z , NEW STORE: DXALE& IN PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING tt NOTIONS, COR. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS , LANCASTEP.. PA. tfl$l8. MADE TO ORDER. pODGE REGALIA. jrPCffliNBACH & BROTHER , XtvSS-) PENN STREET, READING. PA., MANUFACTURE!*-) OF REGALIAS, JEWELS AND OTHER LODGE PROPERTIES, For Maions'...

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

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WEARING OF THE BfcOE. w [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

WEARING OF THE BfcOE. w rFnoi; THE "4 IN 1.*'1 .

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A'Atitok+c+mtu Stfuth tta it Vta*. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

A'Atitok+c+mtu Stfuth tta it Vta*. TJWfcr tfl« Democratic rule in the South, Jjefor* the war * scenes like the following w«M alwaysj» orders i " Pwn, h|ye you whipped Molly as I "Yes * fathers " Did yo\i cut down the rations of the 4eld bands?-*' "YW^fotner." • "' DM you deliver Li-sale's young one t» that timder who bought it yesterday ?" - " Yes father." A ' " Did Wfirob Jim's back with salt?" " Yes father."' " Did yoti flog fltet nigger that had the spelling%ooJtPB- • " Yea, fcAe-fc" - " What was done up to the creek yes terday with iha*.—— psalm-singing abolitionist who wu caught dealing oui " We gflVMi? mt&im , andi^e him on a-xatt." .. "Why did»'t ypu h^ng . byn? But! come in Samoa:, we must nave prayer.' The otojy W«& . *t*'fcMUre ttt* divine instttati<fa" irfo vote tne DimmicratiJ ¦ ftckkt.;.. - . .. . r, : : - ¦• ¦ -. 1 —— «» ¦*¦•* «¦ —

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" " T*BTOtrf"tiiMSifflfali-IJ b ****¦ ,:i * rf * wwf ¦wt>Tiwu 1 ' •n:**lfWt1T , '*^?-4 .irlj ".ir/itit ni mnif,.w<,. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

" " T*BTOtrf"tiiMSifflfali-IJb ****¦ ,:i *rf *wwf ¦wt>Tiwu 1 ' •n:**lfWt1T, '*^?-4 .irlj ".ir/itit ni mnif,.w<,. .* ..*.*«vi mmujxn tutettttit :: wW^^P^^ ^^^m^^^r9^^^BB^BBf^K^BB.^BB *^W ^BWB^^BB^Bf/BjB1 ^Bt^B^BB^Bf^^l . 'f^tft Good new for the Qfps. | LtUe^Net «o! Gfab&.

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

—If yon are »>i«ver,-d-»B'*fc,k>ve two rl* «b oaoev "Love -ia.agood thing, but ia Mka bmtta-r-.in warm weather—it ^S^AJUm^SSS^SLSSS^JmBm ^ ^^at --JL v^HA\^hi^t tl^>n% a wonderful ?««>£ l«jpi« JJfca MM. t*taP >e «&£' ¦ dow of a house which he oftetfpaesjj***, said, "it(Crifs/step thief so natmWJf that every ti&e I hear It, I always stopV*' —An ljfeb xeornit was asked by bA, officer," What's your height?" to wHcfe Pat replied, "fivereet ten, or ten feet fife, I am uot exactly rote which."

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

—A backwoodsman ngB)tm^1ty at a T*TT > *—~j fiuA "j-yggar*' " ""n ji» come here. Tarnation,- If hare ain't a woman P^1 ^ ***^!***^' '' • —There issaidto b* a great similarity between a VBUi young lady and a con-¦ flmedi-ariiaaitd^lliil Milfrof them *«aifi*V'tiiait r «W)uih'Bfi*Ki glaaarx:-.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Brief fun Sinsuinatty. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 3 July 1868

Brief fun Sinsuinatty. SlNRINNATTT, OHIGHct J der M shta Yoony, 1M8. > FKEIND ABRAHAM .*—Mer hen a rale gooty un reshbectably kumpany <loh in Sineinnatty was mer de demokratishe Pendleham e**-hkort heasa. Yeader monn fun uns liut ' im uniform, un ich wiH der amohl explaina we das se gemacht sin: Im K-rshta platz weara mer ken ruck, un awer jmsht aft dick huddle woll hem, blohun groh ¦ "•htreafieh *, eh beh fun de hussa is groh uns onner bloh, un an grossy greenback ivver der sitz gebobt, un wanns netreagert dbnh shteckts fesht, un awer wanns reagert donn kann kknet sauga we long das es goot dut. Mer j gehna. all noch Nei „ Yorrick om 4ta j July un hen net im sin hearn ze geh hjs Idas der Peodkbam genominate is for f^jfe^debt. iS&gs ^ht* " jto6hl4ennfe Nei | Yorricker das mer kumma in shtrong j {(MX , un expecM-Ser'Chase entirely fun ; track nunner backa. Se heq an report, dob geraised das se hetta iln sinn fufteeb sent charga for an dhWk Whftk«**y in 3T...

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