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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

I'llOFESSIOXAL. JOHN J5. GOOD, " ATTOIINKY AT LAW, office : No. oil East King Nlroct, Lancaster, Pa. 0.1 . IJIC K E Y , ATTUUNEY AT LAW. iin-rcl'—SorTM (JI'EEN Street, second house beiu'.v ilie •• Fountain!! In," LaiLMsler, Pa. T E. LIVINGSTON, »J . ATTORNEY AT LAW, <>i i-'!t -r—No. 11 XOI'TII OCK Est re. o . west side. jiBill. ol the Court ll<mse"Laiicastcr, IM. Pi ) . JJ A K K R , ATTORNEY AT LAAV. ( . IFKICB—With .1. li. Livingston, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. BC . K R E A D Y , ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFi'K'K—With I. E. Iliester, NORTH DUKE Street, near the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. /SilARLES DENUES, . ' \ J ATTORNEY AT LAW, OKFICE— No.3 SOL'TIl DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. F . 13 A E R , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. WM. LEAMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 5 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T K. R U ~ T T E It , ~~ O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICK—With General .1. W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. EDGAR C. REED,...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Is Washington Congressional circles a member from Ohio asked a Democratic member "from Indiana how they came to nominate so unpopular a ticket "H-s-s-h 1" said the Indianian—" Don't! you are treading on a new-made grave !"

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Til J DDEIS STEi EXS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Til J DDEIS STEi EXS. The five thousand reader- , of FATHER AIHIAIIAM in Lancaster county have a very natural desire to know whether the hue and cry raised against their representative in Coii'. 'ress, THAI-DECS STEVENS, is or is not without good cause. "We have not the space, if _ we had the inelhiation, to enter into a discussion of the views of •• the Great Commoner " on the financial situation of the country. AVe can only now repeat, that in Mr. Stevens' recent speech, he simply reiterated the substance of his lettw about a year ago. upon the same subject, to JOHN GYGEI!, ESQ., of this city. His present assailants then not only published, but emphatically endorsed said view* and his superior financial sagacity. For the purpose of showing up the unfairness, if not motives, of those who ventured upon the job of decrying Mr. Steven:-, in the hope of tilling his place with one of the well-known greedy applicant- for the position, who are wellknown in this community as the inst...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
That's So! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

That's So! " The people will certainly continue Mr. Stevens in Congress until the message comes for him to go up higher." A true remark by a '• Constituent" in the Examiner. ¦ » — »

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
§ur fiforrcapottfocttcc [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

§ur fiforrcapottfocttcc Stevens and His Friends. To "FATHER ABRAHAM"—Dear Bad: You mind your man, Salmon P. Chase, that you pampered till you made an enemy of him, which is often the kind of gratitude met in this nice world of ours. Well, after trying as you know, in 1864 to defeat you, and get himself made President, he has lately, not only helped to clear Andy Johnson at the Impeachment, but turned Copperhead in a second attempt to get to be President; hut even that party would not swallow him, and he is now the most despised big man in the universe. We have just had the beginning of a small game of the same kind in this county. Your old friend, Thad Stevens, against the bitterest opposition of the Copperheads and pardoned rebels, and of the conservative Republicans who gave yourself so much trouble , has been all along; manfully trying to finish your work. You know how all through the darkest times of the rebellion, he kept you well supplied with money to carry on the gover...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Who Asks More? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Who Asks More? " I shall, take care, and protect the ta.f-puijers front, usurers, !>;/ making ecery man jntg ami receive, jus! according to his contract."—TlIADDElS STEVEN'S. I What kind of a " man and patriot " is j he who asks more than that ? "Tins County Commissioners have given the "Vigilant Fire Company" of Columbia, $75, ; and an equal sum to the " Columbia FireCom-| Company" of that borough." We clip the above from the Lancaster Inquirer of Saturday. We expect, of course, an equal sum will be demanded | and received by all the companies in the county. But probably the gallant firemen of Columbia are to render some consideration for the amount. Can any candidate for nomination tell who they promised to support in return for the above sum ? « ¦ » » "Mi:. THADDEUS STEVENS denounces all who differ with him on the financial question as fools."—State Guard. "Mr. Stevens"does no such thing,and none but a " fool" would say so. If you have " fabricated the most atrocious...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Too Ticklish. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Too Ticklish. Some people are alarmed for fear that our noticing the little paccadillos of some men who have been honored by the people of Lancaster county, in the matter of mileage, pay never earned, &c, will hurt the party. We don't believe that doctrine ; and anyhow, in the opinion of these same people, FATHER ABRAHAM don't amount to much. Remember, that it is not well'' to despise the day of small things," and that "Tall oaks from little acorns grow." i

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Their Leaders. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Their Leaders. The Seymour and Blair ticket, the Tammany Platform and Blair's letters, are acting like a June sun on the Copperhead family. We will not submit says one. Wc will resist to the last, says another. Revolution will be the consequence if Grant is elected, adds a third. We will win all wc lost in the rebellion, shouts a fourth. And so on, till the dry bones of the Confederacy are fairlj' alive again. The leaders of the party to-day are the rebel Generals Forrest, Hampton, Vance, Preston, with Vallaudigham, Brick Pomeroy, and others like them.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
lieni eit) Iter I Sd.'i '. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

lieni eit) Iter I Sd.'i ' . Whilst the Union soldiers were driving the rebel armies back from the soil of Pennsylvania to the south side of the Potomac, and rapidly following them to their last ditch, in 1 S(i3, Seymour's friends 1 in New York city were engaged assassin-! ating draft officers, murdering helpless j negroes, burning orphan asylums, trying j to import small-pox and yellow fever, ; iuid cheering lustily for Jeff Davis! ! In IS08 these same friends of Mr. Seyi inoiir—the murderers and asylum burn-1 ers—gave their Southern allies, such as • Wade Hampton, Forrest, and other no-( torious rebels, a cordial reception, and entered into an agreement with them to do all in their power to secure , through the ballot-box, what they were unable to accomplish by open warfare in the South , and by murder and arson in the North. Let not the bloody scenes of 1803 be forgotten by the defenders of the Republic !

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
fennsi/lrania. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

fennsi/lrania. In every Copperhead estimate of the result of the election next November, ; Pennsylvania is set down as "sure" for Seymour, and by adding such Republican States as Kansas, Indiana, AVisconsin, I Nevada and Ohio, they manage to cypher up a sufficient number of electors to give ; success to the "" friend" of the New York • negro killers and orphan asylum burners i of ISO:!. Hut no Copperhead estimate , we have seen—not even the most extravagant—pretends to elect their candidates without Pennsylvania. On the other . hand, we can elect Grant and Colfax ' ' without Pennsylvania, New York or ; Ohio, simply by polling our votes in the remainder of the Republican States. ! But, one word in regard to Penusylvai nia. AVe claim to know something about ! the condition of the Republican party at \ this time. Wc have letters and commti-| mentions from the most prominent and I active Republicans in all parts of the i State. FATHER A ISRAHAM is read in | fifty-one out of the si...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Sei/niour Indicted. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Sei/niour Indicted. Horatio Seymour stands indicted for 1. Inciting to riot * 2. Yielding to rioters their demands on the Governniont, at the peril of the nation. 3. Threatening the President of the United States with the disorderly violence of " the people," if he proceeded in efforts vitally necessary to the salvation of the Union. Horatio Seymour is confessedly, therefore, a fomenter of sedition, a champion of rioters, a menacer of Government. A fomenter of sedition, in that he told the turbulent masses of New York that a mob had an equal right with the Gov ernment to proclaim the law of public necessity. A champion of rioters, he espoused their cause, said that they should be satisfied, and demanded of the Government that the draft should be suspended and stopped at their violent behest. A menacer of Government, in that he warned it of the " temper of the people" if it did not yield to him and his riotous friends. And all tins in criminal disregard of the imminent peril ...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
That's So! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

That's So! The Daily Columbia S py is a spicy little sheet, and strikes out in all directions—caring for nobod y. Wc cli p the following hard hit from its columns: " Whenever you hear a Copperhead prating about our heavy debt, oppressive taxes and the thieving Radicals, and pitying the poor tax burdened i>eople, tell him at once—that his party made it all, his party kept it increasing, and that Andrew Johnson lias given back to the Rebel Democrats of the South more property than would have paid the nation's debt; and thieving Democrats in the Whiskey Ring and in the offices of the Government , have stolen more money than would pay for the purchase of the West India Islands—should our enterprising Secretary of State turn his attention that way."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Send Them On. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

Send Them On. It is understood that the Democratic National Committee are arranging for a brigade of speakers from the South. Let them come by all means. Let them crack their whips over Democratic backs. The party needs bringingup to the advance line taken by Blair, Hampton, Forrest, Vance, Wise and the rest. So let the plantation man come. We hope to see no squirming by the weak-kneed , sickly-stomached Democrats hereabouts.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
¦ > M m Let Us Have fence. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

¦ > M m Let Us Have fence. The work of reconstruction is nearl y complete. It has already been protracted beyond reason by factious, frenzied resistance. It is high time that all rights were secured, all fears dispelled, all parties disarmed. The country cannot afford to revive all the feuds and pex-ils of the last four years. Wc need assurance that we arc near the end of our troubles, not about to renew them. There is no public security, there is scarcely any property, other than arms and munitions, that will not be worth more from the glad moment wherein the telegraph announces the certain election of Grant and Colfax.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

"Jatftw SMtaham." v_ 5 O j CIRCrLATIO.Y OVER 5000. j 1'HOS. 13. COi'HKAN.i *- :iIT ":;s ¦* I'ciiLisiiKi-.s, LANCASTER, PA. ' FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1S6S. ** X shut? fitirf no polivff #>/' mi/ otfit to enforce ttfffthtst the iritl of the ^»/'«/>/r.** —GKANT.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. "MATCH 'EM/' i XAT/OXAi TICKET. l'r':i>i!ent: Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT, : OF THE UNITED STATES. Vice l'resiilent: SCHUYLER COLFAX, ! OF INDIANA. STATE TICKET. j Auditor General: j Gen. JNO. F. HARTRANFT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. I Surveyor General: \ Gen. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, j OF CAMBRIA COUNTY. j m •¦ •»

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
TE11MS llEULCED! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

TE11MS llEULCED! We have just reduced our terms* of subscription to fifty cents for a single subscriber, and forty cents each for clubs of live and upwards, with an extra copy for every twenty. Now get up your clubs, and send them on.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

TERMS I OF I FATHER ABRAHAM. Invariably in Advance : One *py to one address 50 Clubs of tlve and upward-, each 40 With an extra copy for every twenty subscribers. Address, RAUCH & COCHRAN, Editors and Publishers, Lancaster, Pa. Reading. Our Reading branch office is at No. GOG Court Street, opposite the Court House, where subscriptions will bo re- I ccived for FATHER ABRAHAM. m M »

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
» «»» «c _ cAymi). [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

» «»» «c _ cAymi). The paper carried abou thy a dixit ay a i shed (!) Duke street lawyer, extinguished ex-member of the Legislature, and a twice defeated candidate for Senatorial honors—of large pretensions and no brains —asking a gentleman of this county to break his political neck in a tilt against Mr. Stevens, was presented to a wornout politician of the county a few days ago. On being asked to sign it, he said: "Certainly, for I never voted for Stevens!" That's the kind of people who are moving in this matter. Let them alone!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
fertinent. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 31 July 1868

fertinent. " Has Mr. Stevens informed the Express and the aspiring Congressmen of Lancaster county that his seat is vacant ?" —asks a correspondent^of the Examiner. Who will answer ?

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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