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TERMS It ED ICED! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

TERMS It ED ICED! We have just reduced our terms of subscription to fifty cents for a single subscriber, and forty cents each for clubs of five 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 — 28 August 1868

T E II M S OF FATHER ABRAHAM. Invariabl y in Advance : One copy to one addrcsn 50 Clubs of live and upwards, each -10 VTHh OJI extra copy for every twenty subscribers. Address, RAUCII & COCHRAN, Editors and Publishers, Lancaster, Pa. ¦ am Hi

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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-v^.-w mm Congressional Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

-v^.-w mm Congressional Nominations. At a meeting of the Republican County Comittee,held in the Orphans' Court Room, this city, on Monday last, it was ordered that tho Primary Election for the selection of candidates for Congress will be held on Saturday , September 12.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Remember , Tax-Payers ! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

Remember , Tax-Payers ! That you are required to pay over a hundred millions of dollars interest on the enormous public debt which was created by THE DEMOCRATIC REBELLION AND AVAR AGAINST THE UNION 1 But for the Democratic party who inaugurated \ the war, five hundred thousand lives and four thousand millions of dollars would have been saved Y -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Democracy and Mrs. Suratt. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

The Democracy and Mrs. Suratt. One of the best replies we have noticed in the canvass is that of the Hon. John A. Bingham, of Ohio, who, while speak ing at a Republican meeting in Bangor, Maine, was insulted by a Copperhead, who cried out," How about Mrs. Surratt?" Mr. Bingham instantly responded: How about her? Co and consult the records of the court that tried and convicted her. Go and ask General Hancock, who issued the order for her execution in spite of a writ of habeas corpus which had been served upon him ; and, if you are still unsatisfied, go and ask that apostate President, Andrew Johnson, why he refused a pardon after a petition had been ent him signed by every member but one of he court who tried her, and drawn up in the handwriting ofthe man you seek to insult.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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More Recruit* Coming! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

More Recruit* Coming! Edgar Hill, one of the leading members of the Washington county (N. Y.) bar. heretofore a leading Democrat, is out in favor of Grant and Colfax. Dr. Schutz, of New York, a leading Democratic German, has declared for Grant and Colfax, taken the stump; and is doing a good work among Ins German fellow-citizens. The Germans in Indiana are turning over in large numbers, for GRANT and COLFAX. Judge Lindsay, the Democratic nominee for elector, VIII district of Iowa, is now stumping for Grant and Colfax. Hon. Dennis McCarthy, and General David S. Wilson, both prominent Democrats of Iowa, have taken the stump for Grant and Colfax. Major General Gordon, of Indiana, one of the leading Democrats of the State. and strong in support of the party until after the New York Copperhead Convention, is now openly for Grant and Colfax. Collector Smythe, of New York, is against Seymour and the Blairs, and out for Grant and Colfax. General Steedman, who would have supported Ha...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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COUNTY TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

COUNTY TICKET. Assoriate Jud$e : JOHN ,1. LIISHART, Marietta. Assembly : DR..). C. GATCHELL. Mortic. CAPT. VT. YT. HOPKINS, City. JACOB G. PHTEKS, Coneetoga. AARON H. SUMMY, East Hemplield. Dittriet Attorney: GEORGE Bl' .UBAKEE, City. County Commissioner : JACOB C. KREADY, Manor. Prison Inspectors: HENRY I'OWNAI.L, Bart. M. 11. SHIRK, Wist Cocalico, Directors of the I*tor : „ GEORGE FRY, East Cocalico. CONRAD GAST, City. Auditor : GEORGE W. MEHAFFEY, Marietta. CONGKESP.—We are authorized to announce O. J. DICKEY, Est}., of Lnneaster, a* a candidate for Oongres«, subject to the decision of the Republican roterti at the primary election on Saturday, Sej'- te»iber 12tb, 1868. I

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Jftttfecr Jtbralmm's j^bips [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

Jftttfecr Jtbralmm's j^bips SEMMEs.the pirate, is willing to renew his allegience to the old flag providing Seymour and Blair are. elected, and the programme of ihe latter carried out, which is to drive all Republicans from the South. OF the eleven States which went into rebellion, eight have been restored under loyal governments, and are now fully represented in Congress. THE Germania- a Democratic paper in Ohio, has declared for Grant, ft spurns the idiotic doctrine, " Once a Democrat always a Democrat," and says: "Our principle is : Leave the party if you think it is wrong, and go to the ' party which aims at right; never pledire yourself to any party, because it may fall!'' THE work of Democracy—Three hundred and nineteen murders in Texas this year : one hundred and fifty murders in Louisiana in two months ; fifty-five murders in Xew York in six weeks' : the nomination of Seymour and the Blairs last month, and hundreds of murders in various other parts ofthe country. KEEP ...

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viotixl Stents [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

viotixl Stents THE CAMPAIGN—THE PEOPLE MOVING FOR GRANT AND COLFAX.—A meeting of the friends of Grant and Colfax will be held at the public house of Benjamin Fritz, in Quarryville, to-morrow evening, August 29th, for the purpose of organizing a Grant and Colfax Club. Capt. J. P. Rea, of Lancaster, Hon. D. G. Steae.y, James Collins and others will address ' the meeting. At a meeting of the citizens of Upper Leacock township, held at Mechanicsburg, a short time since, for the purpose of organizing a Grant and Colfax Club. Isaac Bushong, Esq., was elected Chairman, and II. K. Swope, Secretary. Committees on permanent organization, on Constitution and By-Laws, &c, were appointed, when the meeting adjourned to reassemble on Wednesday, the 24th inst. The Warwick township Grant and Colfax Club will meet at Rothsville, on Sept. 12th. Capt. E. II. Rauch and other speakers will address the meeting.— The friends of Grant, Colfax and Liberty are invited to attend. On Saturday even...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &c. 17767 IT 1868. FLAGS! ^^-^^^b F L A G S ! I FOR JULY FOURTH j AND ! I I PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN J We have now on hand and have made arrange- j ments with manufacturers to furnish, at shortest ' notice and cliv.-npe»t ! ate*, j FLAG* ! Of all sizes and qualities. SILK, HUNTING, MUSLIN, etc. j EVERY VAlvikTY OF i FIREWORKS —FOlt—FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, ESHIBI- \ • JJONS, PROCESSIONS, &c- 'l All orders in person or mail will receive prompt j attention by D. S. & J. S. BURSK , ' Wholesale and Retail Grocers. No. 13 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER. I FURNISHING GOODS. /CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS FOR THE NEWEST STYLES OF [ COLLARS, CUFFS. S I. K E V E B U T TO JT S, j SUSPENDERS, I WHITE AND FANCY KID GLOVES, J S TOCK1KGS, j EMBROIDERED SHIRT FRONTS, j SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, j —AT—E. J. ERISMAN'S GENTS FURNISHING irons, 41 jj NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. M USICA L INHTR UMENTS. T B. KEVINSKI, »J . i DEALER IN ' PIANOS, ORGANS, MELO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

It O OKS & S TA TIONER Y. J) ARK'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL DIRECTORS, TEACHERS, PARENTS AND SCHOLARS, t TAKE NOTICE. We invite the attention of School Directors a!.* - ! Teachers to our large stock of School Books and extensive arrangements with the large Publishing Houses of Philadelphia, New Tork and Boston. We pay special attention to the interest* of Dim-tors anil Teachers, and are prepared to supply townships at even better rates than evir belore. Directors who contemplate changing Hooks, will tin* it greatly to their advantage to cull upon us. as our arrangements with publishers enable us to f«rnish Hook* tor introduction at the very lon.st publisher's rates. Our stack of School Stationery w also very large and well selected, and our facilities for furnishing Globe*, Charts and .Maps can not be surpasAttd' . ALL NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE PRESS. All tile, new styles of American, French and English Note and LetUr Papers, with Envelopes to uaatch. All Pap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

RAILROADS. P ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains leave tiie Central Depot as follows: KAHTH'Allli. WESTWAIII). I'hila. Express.4.1i A. M. i'hila. Express.1.W A. M. Fast Line 6.33 " K'mg't Train. ...' ¦ '.(13 " Lane. Tram....».0G " Mail 11.15 " Day Express... 1.50 P. M. Fast Line ! . «P.M. Harrisb'g Ac. .fl. 'li " Columbia Ac. .2.45 " Cine in. Ex IDA" " \ Hurrisli'g Ac. ..5.!U " I Lane. Train.. ..7.211 " | Ciiitin. Ex ln.ris " TREADING AND COLUMBIA R. 11. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1863, PASSENGER TRAINS WILL RUN ON THIS ROAD, AS FOLLOWS: Leave Lani'ust'.T and Columbia at s-.ilo A. M. ' .MM P.M. Arrive at Reading , 10:20 A. M. 3:30 P. M. RETURNING: Leave Reading at 7:00 A. M. " 6:15P. JM. AriiveatLaneastei al tl:'Jl A. M. •' " Columbia 'J' .'Z5 '- " " Lancaster and Columbia at....e;3'j P. M. SUNDAY TRAIXs; Iveave Lancaster and Columbia at...... .7:50 A. M. •• Lancaster 3:45 P. M. " Columbia 3:40 1'. M. Arrive at Reading 10:10 A. M. OAK) P. M. RETURNING: Leave Reading at B:00 A. M. 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

NE W AD J ERTlSEMENTS. 1V"0W READY TIIE GRANT AND COLFAX BADGES On Rlue Sfitin—Motto and Portrait, Price. 'J5 cts. Grant .SU'OVf Buttons, 58 cts. Wt-vt-nty-Five diftercnt Style HadgfH. Medal a from 5 <T nt* to BU. Any ol' the above sent free by mail ayron receipt of priew. Agents wanted to attend mtetinjcs, suuplv cluby, &c, AddrvtfH I* . S. HAIHiK COMPANY. au2I-4t. Hanover, Pa. "PUBLIC SALE. On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBKK 0th, 1MS8, will be bold by public rendu** in the ISorougk of Adaiustown, tti' e following property, late the estate; ol * Jacob Vou Neida, decerned, 10 wii ; FIVE LOTS OF <;IU"H.TNH, situaUrt in »ai.l Itoroagli, each being ;ui feet front, and 330 feet deep. ThsiiiiurovruienuionoiL''of>aid loU contusing of a ONF AND A HALF SToKY STONE DWELLING HOTSE, with Hasetuent, Summer lienue. Stabh' and other buildings. .Sale to commence at 0 o'clock, I*. AL, and terms made known by DANIKL S. VOX NKIDA. td Executor. T> EPUBLICANS ! READ TIIE "PO...

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Jiriif J'ir:-i Srlitrr])}»hrt.i)ir): [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

Jiriif J'ir:-i Srlitrr])}»hrt.i)ir): -i lii.lie' I:T.. V,'.V .I i;:.-h! .ierg-ira. f.-il'-. Mi-iDEit riiDDEi: Ar.EAiiAji : " Dear Sn.-: Allowei! bin i'li in oriilh n (''fi ] bos-; ;• ;.,. i ;1i-.|!,.: . ,!i;s ';,¦), w;ir ill' L asiit w'd.-li. icr yi!-!i, wo ich ¦•> luiiV'-r expect hah. <!• ¦ !' -vvy \vnv in i.eni'.e-l.: ' r ul' cm siltii Tn! Shti'vcns M 1 li'icii. u:i vusht aboili :i'.i kalb shtimd iidi li ilcin (Iris icll my hree!' i.i if- ','iishi Oii'i •(¦ gedu liuli is si' tvilllii'!' 11' ¦:'. 111 kuilllll'l. id. mils .'-Ul'lMl ( Ills jeii li;t'.i war. mi lin'i shun iiinnlil g'slrnan'. .'' 'Ml !' "! n'l i'.'.ii'i'ii'.l-l'is'liiiiiKit'i' liliili-'iari'i'ker !u-s in!' dor lievvv Wt i'ttisit. tin :i''Vci'.s,.uu' liiiw.-I'l'd- ullcnioiil WilllMs 111' nils fit-- llllli'il.i '.'('ill kUlllln i"h s'.-CD'e.i l-cslii roii-e. i'i-:- (ic,' Dewy ehrrs iniiiii kntin lie: iciehi ¦ _;-<-.*Hi; (;i warm. "\Vc se ;¦••,-' i<!:i)iiiiit i-, diK.'ii i- •• ¦ g!»iwd in...

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Oscltttci}. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

Oscltttci}. N A Sli I". UK A ' -.v;-. ATTKMPTS To HAT'.VY TUV. NOMINATIONS—Til I; m-.sri.T. 1'IWT On-'lH. <roNI.'K!>UlT X UilAlls 1 i Yv-ieli is in Hie. St;:!.: uv Keuiilekv.) > .hill :il, ISI'.S. \ We lici'i last tiiie a ra!iiieation meeting at th.e '.Jcrneis which started out 'biliously, but didn't, eiiv' so happily ey. it. mile, i hed nm,. to a r;(.o.l deal uv trouble about it. ami bed made arriniiements for a fens ' uv reason and a How uv sole ekalle.l by te.'.v rati'aeritioi.s ami surpassed by none. The blessed D'veoi'. jli'l'cl'.i'r and Issaker ! (hivill, who e.\pec;. ri .sp erivcly lo hold tiie pasish.'i;.-'. uv Assessor, Collector ami V.'hiskc • iisj.nc'e'i' for tliN dislrial, conic dou 11 handsomely with flic fiuids. enough lo enable me In lickia'.itci.he post ciiis with flags and transparencies, am! myself with a pair uv ready made pants, uht Ii f muddied considerable fo make cm look cle, so lhal they shoo.1 not .sitspci. ,' tlii'r Duiiii bed inn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

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HON. GALUSHA A. GEOW, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

HON. GALUSHA A. GEOW, CjiAi.'IMAN- IvKI'lnTJCAX eTATK ( " .'EXTRA 7. CoM.M ITTKK.

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v'- iv: ~; > Mili '.%!Si:t'r.. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

v'- iv:~; > Mili ' .%!Si:t'r.. I I ! ' Vi'!. ¦ ¦' ¦ ¦![¦¦'l. v ..• '¦ , I.i' 1 ¦ . ¦ •;¦ . ¦ a.'-'. " ¦ i'i. 'ie ' ' i-' r '.ial I'i .' -r; ; i — N. I':'! pee! .1 hagni ' t. -rers. O . ' i',';;!: lie -. or.! ol l!-.'..ik."r I fit". h is ;;, ¦ l,aa- . . .hi i iinai ti"' ¦ ¦-. ¦ ';¦:,.. i i.; -ed m; .Mi '1;. .',:;•:. 1 (-;.-! i :" li ' l.e ni'.h! llimauh; .i: ' i ." ie'iii ¦ ¦! f ¦ ' up :!: ' i: -kiit. A hrtl- n-ore .]¦',-,. i „¦ . ' ."' ;a'.' davs aie 'jlidiue s\\ j|tp, 'ov To the Old Kenlucky shore (cii'dctiiiig for i.iiiics: Make na your i hcil- early in the morning; .-cw i-ultoiis mi i-our im:-ha mi's shiris: do red r.ike up ri'ny grievances ; c.rntcci the yoiui'.:" and I tender brriiiches of your family ; plant a " ¦!•!!!(¦'if .'.' '"'ii! 'i '..iiiciin ^-intrfa'-c.criri'ful-!;• i'iiii, <i;:! n" acgrc U'r' tU'.'S—and cxiicci a good crop of happiues-. . —In-ii Hilling- d'lmc- ;; •¦ tiiiirreibread bir/.m-s man" a- ""ivaii thai km.Ws eniiifaboui stealing' so'l t...

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Tli f • lVtttth Mini." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

Tli f • lVtttth Mini." ihe ' 'iaj "!.. man emigr.ini'." ': "\y the fro• and pi::- eoim'ry ghiep '_'II. ¦ years formily in :h i'i;'.i'f sioty ni ,: v"s- .(.l. he wakitcin farui.-'iod with a free rid, . , ami sonic riac and water for vi:; ic.- . Ini'.nyji.'ly 'iiion hi.- arrival la- eoniim-iv, d hi'/. ' .ios.*, 1'. . .- ,,i'_i,.;' ioiks. mi the I'iri-o'i'.i . , ;-; and had p lenty fo do. :.'.- wn:; v-ry ekoiiomickal ;:i his iiiiiit' of ei'Hles. Wv'ain.g but fit. and ilic-i seldom nirivie out ov ea-^imer. lie okka.-hiiiiliy ehau. eii hi- iokaiion. ci'e.cc: ggo :• ;¦ aijoiuiiig '-(- .,tc 'cut \\\ these ;.a;a:e ,'s ic v'. as aiway- kindly fill'- !ii-iied '..'ii i i a gitiil ¦ . so tliar In-ii- wa- no danger oi' hi- g.'iiii.g lush in iie-i' trips he seldom look iii^ family '.villi hi, n : : lev M cr' allicaed. in remain a! I'."ir..i'i' i.i'ide cxegi'-;i t,s tn otli'-r elii'as i.. seal'.1 ; ci' w,.;'-:. midee tl, " e'liid- 1 Oiwe In n wiiilc the lllae'r, Mai would stray away to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

[By our special Artist.] ONE OF SEYMOUR'S FRIENDS, Training for a Seat in Congress.

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