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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

SE H'ING MA CIUMAS. lAON'T READ THIS! SINCiElTS .SEWINt' MA'HIN'E Proved itself without a rival in tin; late test trial in this eitv with tin- Hour Machine. We therefore present it t<i the consideration of an intelligent publie,us I.NCOMI 'A UAl'LY the BEST SEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD. It is light running— almost noiseless—and adapted tu a wider range of work than any other SEWING MACHINE. While it is, at the same time, very simple imiced. A child can, witli all ease, loam to'uso it in a short time. We can assure thc public that they will look to their O W N I X T E R E S T . It' in want of a SEWING M A C 11 1 N 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 wbo have but a limited knowledge of tlie Machines in question. BETTER SEE THEM FOR YOURSELVES, FRIENDS, And then you will not be deceived. W. W. BE AUD.SLEE, Agent, No. ...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

RAILROADS. P ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains leavo the Central Depot as follows: EASTWARD. WESTWARD. I'liila. I* - .\pnss.4.17 A. M. I'hila. Express.!.-!* A. M. I-'i;st Line 0.35 " Ling"! Train, bbo:* " Lane. *l'niiii....!l.c*i " Mail 11.15 " I lav I'\pn ss...l.r,t P. M. Fast Line L' .4a P. M. HaVrisii - t: Ae...i;.l.*i '• Colmubi;. Ae. .-.45 " Cineiii. Kv 10.47 " Harrisb'g Ac. ..5.53 " Lane. Train 7.2!* '• Cineiii. Ex 1".3S " p EADIN7.ATND COLUMBIA R. It. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 1, LSG8, PASSENGER TRAINS WILL RUN ON THIS ROAD, AS FOLLOWS : Leave Lain aster and Columbia at 8.00 A. ,M. :;:II0 P. Al. Arrive at Reading -.. 10:20 A. Al. 5:30 P. M. RETURNING: Leave Reading at 7:00 A. AI. ¦• " 0:15 1'. M. Arrive at Lancaster at 9:20 A. M. ¦• Columbia 9:25 " " " Lancaster and Columbia at... .8:30 P. M. SUNDAY TRAINS: Leave Lancaster and Columbia at 7:50 A. M. *¦ Lancaster 3:45 P. M. •• Columbia .1:411 P. M. Arrive at Reading h>:10 A. AI. 0:00 P. AL RET CRN ING: Leave Reading at...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Brief Fun Sehliffletoin,. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

Brief Fun Sehliffletoin,. SuHt.IFFLETOVyN, Ju'.vT. 1M',<. MISDER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER Deer Sur—De letslit woch Avar ich in Nei Yorrick—bin onna gonga for mich uf de Convention hueka, un yetz AVIII ich der amohl shreiva was mer g'happcucd is. Oin mitwoch nummidog hah ich my mind uf gemacht zu geh, awer de Bevvy huts net recht shtanda wella. Se hut g'melmt das Nei Yorrick is ken platz for deccnty leit onnazu gel), abbofdieh wann so fiel demokrata dort sin. Ich hab ach goot fershtanna ferwass das se objecta dut—so hut suspect das wann ich in Nei Yorrick in so demokratishe kumpany kuiiim donn dehta mer ferleicht shlechty sacha happena. Awer, der negsht morya—om Dunnershdog bin ich ob un hab mer so a discussion dicket gekawft uf en Railroad. Im car Avars awer yusht about foil demokrata, un dort hab ich ach der Mr. Glymer awgetroffa, seller wu dob for a paar yohr amohl Guferneer wier warra wans net for de feela votes for seller Geery g'west wjur. Weil ich ehn goot bekaimt b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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©nr ¦tittle ^ofecs [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

©nr ¦tittle ^ofecs —A gentleman in an eating house, the other flay, looked in vain for a bill of fare. Not finding one, hc inquired of a waiter , a neyv comer, AVIIO was hardly yet initiated into the mysteries of his vocation : " Will you bring me a programme?" " Yes, sir," he replied; " will you have it boiled or roasted?'" The gentleman fearing that it might be rather indigestible, declined both propositions. —A man passing through a gateway in the dark, hit his nose against the post. " I wish that post was in h—11," said he. "Better wish it somewhere else," said a bystander; "you might run against it again." —A gentleman AVIIO Avanted to make a speech to a Sunday school thought he would adopt the colloquial style, and this is Avhat happened: "Now, boys, what does a man Avant Avhenhe goes fishing?" A shrill voice in the croyvd went direct to the point with, " Want's a bite." —A philosophical cabman in Mobile , thus speaks ofthe section over Avhich his wheels make their track...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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[By our special Artist.] [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

[By our special Artist.] A Representative Democrat — His Return From New York.

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jsjfthetiit. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

jsjfthetiit. NASB Y. MH. STA9BV, TO SATISFY THB 0OKKBR8. HAS A>* IXTERVIKW WITHCHIBF JUSTIOKOHASK—THE DBAD HSCKS OF THB DAT D18CCS8BD, ANDTHE CONCLUSION AKBIVBD AT. POST OFFICE, CONFBDRIT X ROADS, ) (Wich is in tho Stait uv Kentucky,) S June 20, 1868.) The Chase movement hez bin weigbin upon my mind like a incubus. Ther wuz among our people a feelin uv distrust at this idea uv takin up ez our candidate a manAvho,to say the least, wuz the bloodiest Ablishinwt who ever cust the country, and I coodent altogether blame cm. Ez Deekiu Fogram remarkt to me at the very last conversashen we hed but one, " I kin possibly go Chase, but will it end there? 'Spoze Butler shood bolt Grant, must we put him on for Vice President? Hev I got to support Chase and Butler, or Chase and Sumner? Forbid it, Hevin." I therefore went on to Washinton to interview with Chase. The Cheef Justis reserved me corjelly. When he found I AVUZ from Kentucky, he remarked that he wuz delit-ed that I came wh...

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ANDREW O. CXTRTIN, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

ANDREW O. CXTRTIN, THE PATRIOTIC WAR "GOVERNOR—THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND,

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Brief Fun Selnnierhaseshteddle. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

Brief Fun Selnnierhaseshteddle. KCUMIEKKASKSHTEDDU!, OlIC mile ) iuit I.odwarrloktown, A'orru'.k Co., > Juno Iii), 18US.) Herr Drucker.—Du hetsht awer yusht amohl suhna sella Ave de kupperkop ehra bready kep geAvackeld hen Avemer ehna eier FODDER ABRAHAM'S zeitung gc-Avissa hen! Un ehra shpitziche meiler sin gonga yusht graAvd Ave de enda ehra shwentz wann se in er hurry sin! Du wcasht Yorrick County is foil kupperkep, un se gleicha eier zeitung gar net, un behawpta das es em FODDER ABRAHAM sei shuld is das cs so fiel locusts hut des yohr! Se sauga ach das mer hen genunk demokratishe zeitunga doh in county olina selly ferdeifelt kleh Lenkeshder county Abolition katakism doh unnich uns zu shicka um uuser demokrata zu unuerrichta! Un , sauga se, mer wissa selwer was goot is for uns, for we de rebels noch Yorrick kumma sin doh for a paar yohr, donn hen mer ehna gooty warta gevA'a, un ach geld, un flour, un fleash,un sell war besser das fechtaun doat sheesa. AAVCI*, Misde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 10 July 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

"FAT H E11 A li R AII AM" I.S I'CP.l.ISIIEli KVUV.Y rV.lDAX — AT—SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS, IX ADVANCE, FOB Till* CA.tlPAIO.V — UY—E. JI. P.AVOrli. THOS. Ii. COCHRAN. HAI'CII & COCIIKAN, NORTHEAST AXill.i; CENTRE .SQUARE, Adjoining II*. C. lliil-n-'s lJru{/ Xlo)-.: and J. Marshall <C Km.'.! Sime rili.rt, l..lAC.Ivri;i:, v*/;.v.v.l. SINGLE COPIES TURKIC CENTS. ADVERTINEJIEVfH. A limited number nf advertisements will betaken at tbe t'oliowinfj rates : Fifteen cent* per line i'or tlio lirst insertion, and ten cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Those advertising for the. Campaign of tix months will be charged as follows: Ox is SC-UAKE (of ten lines) $8 00 TWO KlJC-AKES m 00 TIIREESQUAP -KO 20 00 Larger adv< rtlsunients by contract. EiVs for arlvertismieiits eollestahle oftcr the first ini-rtioil.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

I'll OFESSI O XAL. TOUN P>. GOOD, u ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ollice : No. 50 Kast Kitty .Street, Lancaster, Pa. Oj . D it; KEY " . ATTORNEY AT LAV, Ol-KICK—SUl'TII CJl'EEN .Street, second ll0lis( be-low tht: -• Fv.untaiim In,*' Lancaster, l'u. T Ii. LIVINGSTON , "~" *J . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Order.—Nil. 11 NOP.TH DUKK Streot, west side - , , ..-., r ... .'i.jit Hou.se, Lancaster, l'a. PI) . B A K E R7" ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFKICI-—With -T. II. Livingston, X0KT1I DUKIr Street, Lancaster, Pa. BC . K It E A DY ~ , _ . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oi'KiCB—Willi I. K. Hiester, XOHT11 DUKE Street, near tbe Court House, Lancaster, Pa. /CHARLES DENUES^ KJ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OKFICE—Xo.n SOUTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. F. BAElt " . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFKICI:—Xo. 19 NORTH DL'KK Street, Lancaster, Pa. MTl7E ~ A M A N , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 5 NORTH 1>UKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T K. BUTTER, O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With General J. W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. E ~ DGAR C. REED, ATTOR...

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_ oy.s tn lilue. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

_ oy.s tn lilue. The following stirring address has bcen issued by the Soldiers' Republican organization of this State, which has al ready commenced its labors, and will be heard from in due time *. HEAIMJUARTEBS SOLDIEUS' AND SAILOKS' STATE CENTRAL COMMITTKE, 105 CHESTNUT STKEKT , PHILADELPHIA , July 6,1808. COMRADES : Wheu the rebel armies were overthrown and the rebel leaders forgiven by our magnanimous Chief, the whole world wondered at the generosity which pardoned men guilty of so great a crime. The least we expected was that the Government i'or which we had fought, and for which so many had given up their lives, was secured against the possibility of another conspiracy. But, warned by history and taught by our own experience among the misguided people of the South, we maintained our organizations, and now, in the forefront of the wisdom of that decision. So thoroughly have our military brothers re-uuited themselves, that only a few who wore the Union blue can be induced...

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Mis allntxtcnu [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

Mis allntxtcnu "Mutch Him." (.rant, the hero's on the course, Match him, match him, Democrats from c. - .iy source : Match bim if you can. You are sure to meet the wall' , In the vote the coming fall—Grant is bound to beat you all, -Match him if you can. ¦ ' So", th,. conquering hero comes, *' Match him, match him; Sound yourtntirihets, heat your dreams, Match him if you can. Unpretending, full revealed . Firm as on the battle-field—¦'Forward, boys, we'll never yield,'' Malch him if you can. " Peace *' .surrounds our candidate, Match him, match him; " Hope " i.s knocking at the gate, Match him if you can. Choose from Democratic "stars," lb-rocs ofthe triple bars—We present tlie "Son ef Mars"—Match him if you can. '• lioys in blue" tin- challenge fling, Match him. match htm; Echo makes the welkin ring, ¦- .Match him if you can." Crippled by tbe, rebel's hate, Taunted in a Northern State, They present a candidate, Match liim if you can. Grant's the man to " tight if out," Match ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
. 1 Nest of I'aclean flinls. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

. 1 Nest of I'aclean flinls. A true Democrat, iu returning from New York, said that at no time since lSbO, has thc city of New York been -o disgraced by a set of corrupr mid treasonable politicians like the National Contention. He said ho returned home disgusted with the whole affair. To use Lis own words : "I have waited aud watched for .some sign of patriotism among them, but in vain. I thought, as the Democratic delegates were to meet in our great, metropolis, they would b" impelled to t.ike a broad and liberal departure from old sins and heresies: that, they would cut loose from the corpse of their rotten and wretched past, and, IA selecting a statesman of enlarged and comprehensive brain and purpose, outbid the Republicans for the comma*.*.*! of the future. Instead of this. I lind that the convention i.s simply a rvosl of the. fuel birth of nfcmnion ami trutxu.i. Mr. l!eimont * s speech was in execrable taste—bad in temper and worse in doerine—and Gov. Seymour's even more...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Home of General Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

The Home of General Grant. The home of General Grant is an agreeable one to the visitor, and plainly shows the nature and taste of the occupant. Tall walnut book cases surround three sides of the library. Everything relating to the business of war is there , and histories in abundance. The usual display of Action, essays , biography, philosophy , and works of general information and reference line the shelves. On the mantle is a cigar stand , a bronzed statue of a drummer, and another of a bugler. Engravings of Washington, Lincoln, Sherman and Sheridan , and several photographs of Rogers' statuettes are thc only pictures in the room. Easy chairs and lounges are placed carelessly about tlie room, and the library is without doubt the most cheerful and inviting apartment in the house. A miniature " saddle and trappings, in bronze and silver , is fastened to cross sabres of the same metal. A bronze drum rests ' beside a stack of sixinch muskets *, a cigar case from thc home of Bur...

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A Car Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

A Car Incident. Going to J!:*o"k'}n one day, I rook a cur at a time when it was ihe fullest. A bov of eighteen wr so sat, reading in tbo coi-iH-r opposite. From the cap be ' wore and lhe erect carriage of his shott!- < :¦ rs I iaucicd be had been in the army. Wiiile ! sut 'looking at him, an old color-, d woman got in. Two gentlemen bad ¦ j . :ven their places to white ladies, but ' none o!'Ih.- live seated gentlemen offered i the old woman a seat. She was very 1 black and shabby, but the ugly face was kind and patient, and the poor clothes were neat. I was about to offer my sent, when the boy glanced up, rose insianth'. 1 and beckoning, said respectfully '• *• Here' s a place ma'am." She took it with it motherl y "-.hanky, dear, (hanky. " and seated herself with a sigh of satisfaction. Two girls looked at ' one another anil giggled, but -topped ; suddenly '.villi an altered look when ihey I saw. wiiat none of v.< hrtil observed !«- , fore, that the youth was lam...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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(iineral i> rant's Fa mil if. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

(iineral i> rant's Fa mil if. In the very best of the short biographies of Grant printed since his nomination for President, (that of " (ion. James G. Wilson) we iind the following: "As whatever appertains to the illustrious soldier i.s of univer.-al interest, wc must pause for a moment, and devote a paragraph to his family. ITis eldest son, Frederick, a youth of eighteen, is now a cadet at West Point, where Admiral Fanagut's son is also being educated, and is the bold little fellow who accompanied his father throughout the Vicksburg campaign. Another son, some fiftee* years cf age, is named Ulysses, and his only daughter, called Nellie, i.s a sunny dispo.siiioncd and merry young lady, whom everybody loves ; \vliiie the youngest son, known as Jes.-e, and we presume named after his worthy grandfather, is a bright lad, who sometimes appears dressed in Highland costume, the garb of his Gn-lic ancestors. The famil y therefore consists of the General and Mrs. Grant, three so...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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An Astonished Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

An Astonished Husband. One night recently, as Mrs. Esther Stansbury was about to bring a bucket of ¦ water from the hydrant, she found a basket suspended from the knob of the front door. Putting her hand into the basket, she felt something alive and kicking, but so enveloped in rags that no further dis- covers* could be made "without unwrapping the object. A piece of paper folded like " a letter lay by the side of tlie animated bundle. Mr*. Stansbury immediately turned into the house, and by I lir: light of the lamp she examined (lie billet. It was addressed to her husband, she ' tremulously broke the seal und rend as fell..-;-*: Tu JOE. S*i*A\siii*iiV—.Siu: I send you the baby, which you will please to tak" good canof, and bring up right, so tha! it may turn out to be a better man than its daddy. Oh! Joseph! what a silly ohl rake you are! who would think that such a staid, sober old spindle shanks could be such a sinner'.' The child is yours. You may sweare to thai. Look ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

S-RYMOTJIA'S nomination is an affront to every Union soldier, an insult to the I.i d r.;l! eieoicry of every dead hero, ai.d a ofb • io every loyal man. If the C'••* ¦ > n • ir this burden, we find no fa".! -i .h . . ir choice.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Ilrick 1'oinero}/ an the Jllairc. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 17 July 1868

Ilrick 1'oinero}/ an the Jllairc. A COPPERHEAD OPINION OF TIIEta CANDIDATE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. The La Crosse Democrat , the leading expounder of Copperheadism , and the favorite of the elite of ''Democracy" in Lancaster, is heavy on the Blairs iu its issue of July Gth. We give a few specimen bricks: " To have one of that pestilent Blair family talking thus oracularly about the ntiiiii-s of the Democratic party is fhe most impudent thing ofthe day. What have the i'lairs in common with tiny Democratic party *'' Old Blair has been virulently working against it, and doing it all the harm in his power, fin-more than twenty years, and during all this time—embracing the whole of their political lives—tbo young Blairs have been ready and active co-workers with their father in feeding his hate and ministering to his thirst of vengeance against the Democratic party." * " * * ? * , "The iniiitaiy member of the Blair family made his first demonstration in the field by leading his regiment...

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