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Organize. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

Organize. Let there be a prompt and perfect organization of the Republican party throughout the land, and next November will be to the Northern allies of the Rebellion what Appomattox Court House was to their more courageous friends of the South—the last ditch of treason.— Friends of the Union,be up and doing 1

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Addre«a of the State Ventral Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

Addre«a of the State Ventral Committee. PHILADELPHIA , May 27,1808. To the Voters of Pennsylvania: The National Convention of the Republican party, with a unanimity and enthusiasm unprecedented , has nominated candidates for President and Vice-President and announced the principles upon which they appeal to the people for support. As to the individuals selected no word of commendation is necessary. Their deeds form a part of the history of the country. No matter who the candidates iu opposition may be, they must represent an organization that was unfaithful to the country in the hour of its direst peril and false to liberty and the rights of man. For four years the Republic shook with the treaa of armed men in a struggle to determine whether the will of the majority constitutionally expressed should be the law of the land till changed in the mode prescribed by the organic law. In the struggle three thousand millions of treasure were wasted—three hundred thousand hero-marty...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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LANCASTER AND BERKS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

LANCASTER AND BERKS. The old standing struggle between Republican Lancaster and Democratic Berks for the glory of giving the largest majority will probably be more interesting and exciting this year than at anytime within the recollection of the oldest inhabitant. Lancaster county can beat Berks ; the only question is whether the necessary effort will be made to do it. A full vote in Lancaster cannot foot up less than seven thousand five hundred for Grant and Colfax; whilst Berks, with seven thousand true and well-tried radical Republicans to fight for the RIGHT cause , cannot exceed six thousand for the Copperheads, and, with an earnest effort, may be reduced to less than five thousand.— The common school system is beginning to do its work in old Berks. It is true the •' Jackson and no-bank" voters continue to read the democratic bible of "Alt Barricks ''—the Adler—and vote according to the. winding up they receive from city leaders, county officials, contractors and local ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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"MATCH 'EM." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

"MATCH 'EM." REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. NATIONAL, TICKET. 1'renident: Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF THE UNITED STATES. Vice I'reslde-nt: SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF IKDIANA.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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"Any-body, Good Lord 3" [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

"Any-body, Good Lord 3" The Ku-Klux leaders just now are in the anxious and hopeful condition of that historical old maid who went into the woods to pray. They want a candidateshe wanted a husband. Crooking her aged aud stiffening knees at the foot of a hemlock tree, she prayed long and earnestly that heaven would send her a man A sleepy owl in the branches above just then cried out , "Hoo! IIoo! IIoo!" ' ¦'¦Any. body, good Lord !" responded the anxious virgin. And "Anybody, good Lord," says the copperhead party. —. .— « » »

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I Forward! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

I Forward! ! This year's struggle is confessedly the most important in our history. We shall be fought with superhuman energy and by superhuman means. How shall we checkmate these influences V Not simply by the justice of our cause, nor simply by i the ballots of good and virtuous men , I but by the untiring activity and sleepless j vigilance of the worhingmen of the licpub-I lican party. Republicans of the Old j Guard, lie up and doing!

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j Acknowledgment. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

j Acknowledgment. ; We arc indebted to our kind friends i throughout the country for numerous 1 clubs of subscribers to FATHER AimA-: HAM. We proposed to make our paper a success, and we rather think we will.— There is room for more , and whenever it is necessary we will " amplify" accordingly.

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Poor Eellowx ! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

Poor Eellowx ! A brief analysis of the " arguments" which influenced the "consciences" of six of the recreant Republican Senators in the impeachment matter , may be given as follows: Trumbull—Chronic quibbling. Fessenden—Disappointed ambition. Grimes—Prejudice. Ross—Greenbacks. Fowler—A. J.'s daughter. Van Winkle—Ponderous stupidity.

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Our Party at the South. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

Our Party at the South. I Ihe majorities of the Republican party { in the new States of the South have thus ¦t far been as follows: j North Carolina, 20,701 South Carolina, 43 ,570 I Georgia, 19,09s j Louisiana, 17,413 ! Alabama, 08,802

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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m ^ m Thank*. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

m ^ m Thank*. AVe return thanks to our cotemporaries iu Pennsylvania and other j States, for the favorable notices they have I given to FATHER ABRAHAM. They have been many, and are highly appreciated. We shall try to merit the good opinion of all, and shall " pitch into" copperheadisru with all our might. We shall do our " last best."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

STATE TICKET. Auditor General: Gen. JNO. F. HARTKAXET, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Surveyor Generat: Gen. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

¦ *-«¦—•»- TERMS OF FATHER ABRAHAM. Invariably in Advance : One copy to one address £ .7S Fire copies " " 3.HO Ten " " " 0.50 Tifteen " " H.XO Twenty " " 10.0O And HO cents for every additional subscriber over twenty. Address, RAUCH & COCHRAN, Editors and Publishers, Lancaster, Pa. Mow 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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iocxl Jficms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

iocxl Jficms. THE GREAT NATIONAL CAMP MEETING.—The great National (Methodist) Camp Meeting, at Manheim, will commence on Tuesday, July 14th, and close (Hi Friday, July 24tli. The camp ground is about ten minutes' walk from the town, and is abundantly provided with excellent water, and perfect arrangements have already been made for the accommodation of persons from a distance. One full railroad fare will secure a return ticket from almost any point. The price of board will be, for the full time, only 87.00—SI.00 per day, and 50 cents for a single meal. Nearly all the farmers iu the neighborhood have agreed to accommodate as many as possible, upon the most reasonable terms. The railroad accommodations (Reading and Columbia Road) will be ample for any number of people. It will doubtless be the greatest camp meeting ever held in this county. No better, or, in every reesect, more suitable place than the rural village of Manheim, in the great county of Lancaster, could have been ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

1'OLITtCATj. WB arc authorized to announce tUo name ot 0»0. BRUBAKER as a Candidate for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, subject to tho decision of the people at tho Republican Primary Election on SATURDAY, tho 15th day of AUGUST, 1868. WB aro authorised to announce that BENJAMIN F. BAKU, of the Olty of Lancaster, will be a candidate for nomination for DISTRICT ATTORNEY, at the oniming primary meeting* of the National Union Republican party of Lancaster county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

DRY GOODS , dJe. A B R A M SCHEETZ, NEW STORE: DHALUR IN PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING d NOTIONS, COR. NORTH QUKEN & ORANOK STREETS , LAXCAHTKR , PA. SUITS MADE TO ORDER.- .^^ ^ ' ^ Lpffit- E REGALIA^ * ''9 j^UCH EWb-CH & BB^IJWIK, No. m WCiN SlKSat, READING, PA., " 4*'%Axi:»*'«x<rtoiisoi» n«OAiIA»i JKWJKBit.Airp OTHEp LODGE ^ **J?{{!!!S'y^ 1 *d f5 ^!! ffy* ^ y*^w ^1 ^ Tousfiintfw»a»of Honor and SHi»jfS»uMi» 3rt*t3«M AliTaSSdHllom. , lit tod o ' ut at the shortest notion. AUOi SwordS, B«U«, H** ». c«pm and Regalia Trlumiut* of all kinds emStaWly un hand. Orders respectfully solicited, aad goods forwarded to all parts of the country. • -*- » AUCHKNHACH & BROTHKR, No. 820 PKNN Streot, Reading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

HOOKS «!' ¦ STATIONARY. 1^ ROOKS & STATIONERY. ljl A COMPLETE STOCK OK SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES, A I.AHGET ASSORTMENT OFT GOOD JLi STATIONERY, JLi BLANK HOOKS OK ALL SIZES, BOOSEYS CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC. Catalogues of the above furnished on application. KURTZ AND MONA A GHAN'.S CELEBRATED COLD -£»_ PENS, ANTHONY'S STEREOSCOPES, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VIEWS. Liberal deductions to Merchants. Orders/"^ respectfully solicited and/"^ prompter ly filled at KX J. H. SHEAKFER'S, S Cheap Cash Book Store, nj No. 32 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. O ftf E W BOOKS AND NEW STATIONERY, -AT—15 A R R ' S , No. 2J EAST KING STREET, Opposite the Court House. ALL NEW PUH LIGATIONS REGULARLY RECEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE AMERICAN PRESS. ALL Till: NEW ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS RECEIVE!) AS SOON AS THEY APPEAR IN THE AMERICAN MARKET. SPECIAL A TTESTIOff PAID TO THE IMPORTA TIO.V OP ENGLISH BOOKS. 2 0 0,000 ENVELOPES AND i<m KEAMS OF PAPER, .IL'ST KKtiKI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRA LR. R. Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: KANTWAHJ>. WKHTWAl'.n. l'hila. Express.4.17 A. M. Phila. Express.MS. A. M. Fast Line ti.'iS " Emg't Train.. .'j.ir.i " Lane. Train....9.05 " Mail 11.15 •' Day Express.. .1.5(1 P. M. Fast Line 2.40 P. M. Hari'isb'g Ac...ti.l.5 " Columbia Ac. .IMS •' Chiciii. Ex lfl.47 " |Harrisb'gAc...5.5;i " j I-auc. Train. ...V.2^1 " [Cincin. Ex....Hi.:w •' READING AND COLUMBIA R. R. DEPOT-NORTH PRINCE ST. Trains leave Lancaster and Columbia at H.00 A. M. and :t.(»l 1". M., arriving at Reading at lO.'-'O A. M. and 5.:M) P. M. RETIIIXIXG—Leave Reading at 7.M A. II. and 6.15 P. Al., arriving at Lancaster at 9.'-M A. M. and ».»(> P. M., and Columbia at S».S> A. M. and 8.30 P. M. Trains on this road are run by Reading Railroad time, which is ten minutes fasUir than Pennsylvania Railroad time. READING RAIL ROAD. SUAIMKR ARRANGEMENT. MAY 20th, 1868. GREAT TRCNK LINE FROM THE North and North-West for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

SEWING MACHINES. T^ON'T READ THIS ! SINOEK'S SEWING MACHINE Proved itself without a rival in tho late test trial in this city with the Howe Machine. We therefore present it to the consideration of an intelligent public as ixroar ARAIILV the BEST SEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD. I It is light running—almost noiseless—and adapted ¦ to a wider range ot work than any other SEWING MACHINE, ! While it is, at the same time, very simple indeed, i A child can, with all case, learn to use it in a short J time. ! AVe can assure the public that they will look to j their ! O If A' / N T E R E ST, j If iii want of a SEWING MACHINE, j 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 OR...

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Brief Fun Schliffletown. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

Brief Fun Schliffletown. SOHLIFFLKTOWN, June 8,1868. MISDER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER : DEER SIB : Yetz will ich doch awer ach an sei-kivvel foil grumbeera shawla fressa, wann net seller brief, wu der de letsht woch for raich in eier roushiche gooty FODDKR ABRAHAM'S zeitung nei gedruckt hen, yusht about an ufruhr gemacht hut doh im shteddle. Un de Bevvy, my nlty, de hHsht awer widder aniohl hear* sella lacka derweaga ! Se war yusht about gckitxolt wie sc es g'seh hut, in schwartz un weis, das so an monn hut wie ich, daer ahmart genunk » for'so an gootes shtkkly uf deitsch in an eng^ lishe zeitung nei zu da. Un om very same owat we de zeitung awkumma is, sin meh das an dutzend gooty demokrata on unser house kumma, for den brief zu leasa ; un se wahra ach all gons immer un eawich goot gepleased das ich amohl in de frei-shoola tm kecricha un so shturt nei gepitch'd bin. Der Joe Bifllekop, du weasht, is als ftr common orrig close mit seina greenbacks, un awer er hut siwa tnohl gedr...

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DEB, GENERAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 12 June 1868

DEB, GENERAL GRANT. In der Stadt Louisville }s an demok*at isher zeitung drucker—ehner Buckner—an ersagt der Grant is net fit for President, weil er ken longy briefo shreibt, un ken gMmj^ftmtkmm^mmtktk Dm WJIJ same Buckner WW *lah *>» etlich yohr amohl an General in der rebel army, un we er commander war in Fort Donalson{ hut er an brief krfclft fom General Grant > seller war so deitttch das er ehn ufamohl ferstanna hat Dob is der vary brief, iwersetzt in Pennsylvanisch deitsch : ~ rTlii» *js*4<—iMfAisi uraii,—-y ^ ?rn rp *i8«a^s?ah.v Onjter General 8. B. Buckner , Confederate Army: ' ¦ . Dei brief hab ich-yusht krickt, mit em forschlag conditions zu macha for surrendera. Nix wtns i' Ja »a< unconolttetol sei. Mer ben im sin grawd uf del wierka zu mopfc. Du besser shaftbt melrous em shtaab, for mer kumma! Kitgrossemreshpeet, &c., U. S.OBAKT. Seller brief hoi der Buckner dettlich genunk fershtajpu>, un es hut elm net long genumma ouaraf...

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