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'• --- *^> Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 28 August 1868

'• --- *^> Grant. Or tilt, kind heavens, oft we ;.."aye,; When foul-mouthed treason ranted; Grant came, and he our country saved, Our prayer was humbly granted. Gr.inf kind heaven, another prayer, For which our soul lias panted, Grant, place thou in the nation's chair, Then our prayer is doubly granted.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
i:.'im/(irt Aruufd <diil /lorn tin Srl/IHOili'. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

i:.'im/(irt Aruufd <diil /lorn tin Srl/IHOili'. Tin' following; article, is reproduced from (In.1 New York Titncs of September l'.l. I.slil. Jt is u .good slalriiiciit of (lie similarity of views as shown by the expressions of Air. Sovmonr and JJonedict Arnold, anil makes good reading at the present lime : j Benedict Arnold, on (lie 20th day of] October, 17*0, issued the following: i l'mctiiiiiatiuiiPn tin: t'ltizcn.i au<t Sulitierxii/' thti t'liitat State*: You are promised liberty by the lead- i ors of your alfairs.lmt is there an individual in the. enjoyment of it, saving your oppressors? Who anionic you dare to speak or write, what he thinks against the tyranny which has robbed you of your property, imprisoned your sons, drags you to the held of battle, and is daily deluging your country with blood '. Your country once was happy, and had the proll'ered pence been embraced, the last two years of misery had been spent in pence, and plenty, and repairing the d...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

'FATHER ABRAHAM'' is i>vit!.isni:n i:ri:nv rniDAi' — A T — ; F I F T Y C E X T S , j IX ADVAXCE, FOR IJII". CAMPAIGN. — liV— [ E. II. 1IAVCH i THUS. ]i. COCHRAN. NORTHEAST ANIil.E CENTRE SQUARE, Attjnitii>:i n\ O. Ruhr's l/rini St'.re andJ. Marshall ' . <£•.V„,.,V Shi,.' ."tore, l I.AXCASTKH, I'/.'.V.V.I. I SINGLE COPIES, ft THREE CENTS. i ;i1

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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m » i Obit <«(!•</. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

m » i Obit <«(!•</. Died, July Sth, lstis, after a painful illness. Ilooi'.s DESUICRACV , aged 2S. years. The deceased was the eldest son ol i Benedict Arnold, and grandson of Judas j Iscariot. The doctors in attendance j during his last illess differed somewhat—some contending that death resulted from copper on the brain, others from treason on the heart. He doubtless inherited his last disease from his illustrious sire, as his most anxious physician . !>>•. Horatio Seymour, did his principles from his "forefathers"—which no one disputes, from their striking resemblance to the old man Benedict. The body of the deceased, we understand , will be embalmed- , and after a reasonable time for the mourners to pay their tribute of respect to their departed friend, the train will proceed (o tire gunboat ,/,;//' huri,:. accompanied by the chief mourners, Horatio Seymour Davis, Vallandigham, Pendleton, " Blair! Wood cc Co., and proceed to the head waters ol S...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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What lUbcls Say. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

What lUbcls Say. ' , The, Mobile Tribune uses the following : elegant language in speaking of ihe death , of Thaddeus Stevens: "Chickens going home to roost—Tliad Stevens and "' Brunei-, of the Now Orleans HepuMican. : The devil will soon have Brownlow, and then hell will see sights.'' The Vieks-| burg T'ufc.i follows suit: "The death i of that incarnate lieml. Thaddeus Steven s j is an event which calls for universal rejoicing. As the old wretch was in favor of 'judicious hanging' while on earth , we devoutly hope lie will have'judicious roasting'meted out to him in tins warm climate to which he has gone—the hottest region ol the damned. '' The Atlanta Comlitutioit speaks as follows : li Stevens is Dead. Morn, ye Rails , for we rejoice; weep, 'ye dirty dogs,' for we smile. Let decency once more hold up her face, and , the Goddess of Liberty cease to blush. The devil demanded his own, and Thaddeus went. Brownlow and low Brown are supposed to he ihe next on the list. May the de...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Mudsills — Carpet- Ha .///cFs—Sfa/at i'a as, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Mudsills — Carpet- Ha .///cFs—Sfa/at i'a as, ' . ! Before, the rebellion broke out, the [ ': working classes were stigmatized as inutl-¦ | sills, but their sympathizers in the North did not dare to repeat the epithet Now , the same party stigmatize in derision all ! Northern men who go South, and assist j in building up tiie .South again, as "eari pet-hangers" iinil "scalawag' s." and their i Northern Copperhead allies imbliishino-ly join in the cry. Nine-tenths of the , Northern people travel with carpet-bags , and more of the rebel sympathizers than any other; and, as for " scalawags," go to any Copperhead and Republican meet-| nig, and you will see where the "scala-1 wags" are to be, found. Yet the Copperj head papers and leaders in the North , in i order to gratify their Southern rebel and j slave driving masters , do not hesitate to ! insult the whole bod y of the working j classes of all parties, by stigmatizing j those who travel with a ' carpet bag or I valise, which t...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Sci/inoiir'it lu fa mil. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Sci/inoiir'it lu fa mil. We reproduce, as a matter of political 1 information, the literal text of the famous speech made by Horatio Seymour lo the I Xew York mob of 1K0", which at the i very moment of its deliviry was but 'pausing in its mnd caret r of murder. ' arson and plunder. This mob, by imped' ing the draft, and more than that, draw-; ing oil' from tiie force of (hi iield large I bodies of troops to keep the peace in : New York, saved Lee from annihilation, I and added two weary years to the duration of the war. It needs no comment: Mv FI:II:\IIS: 1 have come limvn hcrclh'mi 1 the ijiiici of the country to see what was tin dillie ' iilty ; to lean, what all this tioiible was coneemini: the ilral'.. Let me assue you that 1 am your I'rieuil. [I'proarious cheering.') ; You have heen my friend:—[cries of "Yes, i yes!" ¦•That's so ' :" -We ;-.>v. ami will Vie I aij:;dii!"|—am! now. I assure you. my ti'llowciti/.ens, that 1 tun here to show y ill a test dl 'friendship...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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-~*r» «a Witt) t'ujtjH'rlu'iiUs SltDiiltl Not lie Tiuistetl. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

-~*r» «a Witt) t'ujtjH'rlu'iiUs SltDiiltl Not lie Tiuistetl. Firs). That the Democratic party forced upon the country and the. Republican Administration an expenditure of more than Four Thousand Millions of Treasure. Second. That the rebellion was begun for the. express purpose of cvvTUvrovying Republican Institutions, and establishing upon their ruins siSlaveholding Oligarchy; and, that all the burdens of national taxation, past, present, and prospective, are the necessary consequences of the Democratic li'beljion. Third. That the vast sacrifice of lift, on the battk'-lield, ami in the hospitals and prisons, is justly chargeable to the treasonable action and purposes of the Democratic leaders. Fourth. That in preparation for this rebellion, the whole power of the last Democratic Administration was exhausted, the public Treasury plundered, the Navy scattered or dismantled, and the Army placed under command of traitors, and quartered beyond the reach of the incoming Administrat...

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: (J(>)>i>crliva(l lli'i'ord l'rrit'iml hi/ i Gvn, >lohn A. Lot/itn. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

: (J(>)>i>crliva(l lli'i'ord l'rrit'iml hi/ i Gvn, >lohn A. Lot/itn. j From a speech of GKX.JOIIN' A. Loo AN', ' the distinguished soldier and orator of I Illinois, whose portrait FATHER AISUA- IIA.M published some time ago, made at ; Fouglikeepsie, N. 1 '., a few days since, I we extract (he following scathing review ; of the Copperhead record. No wonder I the Lancaster J/itel/ii/enrer, JIarrisburg j j J'atriot, and York Gazette, and other j I scallawag papers of the Ku-Kluxers hate | Gen. Logan, and are constantly throwing ! ! their dirty shine at him. Read what •I follows, and then say whether it is not : t vne : i ' When Abraham hiiieoln—tin' patriot, the man who loved his country—received the reins of itovcriiiiient from the hands of this party, in ' I what condition did be find us wiieti he reached forth his hand anil said. •' i accept the service ¦ that my countrymen have imposed upon tne—1 accept the charge ' •'" When the Constitution I wa...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
- ¦/ Solilio- /'tits Sonic (Hwstions. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

- ¦/ Solilio- /'tits Sonic (Hwstions. 'I'n the Kililur fiftlie Cincinnati ('ommircial: As the so-called Democratic party is •asking for the votes of the Union soldiers, I would ask these soldiers to carefully weigh the, following: What party was it opposed the bill providing for the issue of rations to soldiers at the commencement of the war ? What party was it who, at the time when our soldiers most needed encouragement, said: "Not another man nor another dollar for this war?" What party was it that, when our army needed reinforcement, opposed recruiting and the draft, and incited riotsV What party was it that disfranchised the wounded and crippled soldiers who are inmates of (be National Military Asylum (Soldiers' Home)' at Dayton, Ohio? |These men have a permanent home here, and are, under the constitution and laws of the State of ( fiiio, entitled to the elective franchise.| If a soldier who has lost his health, or a limb, in defence of our common country is not entitled...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

I'll O F ESS 1 OX A L. JOHN B. GOOD, " ATTOKNLY AT LAW, OtVirf. No. M Kast Kin^'stri'i-t. Lancaster, Vr,. 0,1 . D I C K E Y . ATTUltNtlY AT LAW. HKKH'1% Sdl'l'll Qft;i:s street, second IK,use helic.v till- " relllltaillll In." i.aneUMcr. i'a. I B. LIVINGSTON, " "" O . ATTilKNKV AT LAW. OfvacK—Nil. it NOUTII IH'KK Street, nest si.li', lioi-th m the Court llimse. Lam-n-b r. l'a. 1) I) . .11 A K li 11 . J. . ATTiMINKY AT LAW. Oi.-i.-u i.- Willi .1. 11. I.iviri^sliiii, N'OKTH IH'Kt: St-cct. Lancaster, l'a, BC . K R li A D Y , ATTUUSKY AT LAW. Oei.-ici-:—With I. I-:. Hicster. NuliTII lit'KF. Ktrcci. near the I'enrt llimse, Lancaster. I'a. /HIARLES DENTKS. V,' A'l TII|;M:Y AT LAW, "K Kiel;— No. tl Si it ¦¦I'll lift; f. Strict, l.uiiBiisler, I'a. BF. 1IAKR, A'l'TiiUNKY AT LAW, HFl-li !:—»«. la N'nKTII lll'KL Street. Lancaster. I'll. WM . L li A M A N , ATTi'UXf-.Y AT LAW. i IKI-II¦!¦ :—"No. . ¦ ) NnltTI! III'KH Street, l.ancas-*.-r. l'.l. r K . It I'TT EH, O . ATTltKNLV A'l' LAW. iiFFi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

HE A DIXii A1) \ Eli TISEM' TS. H MALTZBERGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 40 North Sixth Street, Heading, Pa. T GEORGTTSELTZER, tl . ATTORNEY AN'l) COUNSKLl.OR AT LAW, No. tm COUKT Street, (opposite the Court House) Heading, l'a. HORACE A. Yr UNDT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 28 SOUTH SIXTH Street, Reading, Pa. FRANCIS M. BANKS, " ATTOKNKY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No. Ti NORTH SIXTH Street, Reading, Pa. D _ 'R. WILLIAM IIARGKE " AVES7 ~ ECLECTIC I'll YSICAN ANI> SURGEON, No. 134 SOUTH FIFTH Street, Reading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

BRICK P OMEKOY , in his last issue (La Crosse Democrat) says he "is now •ami always has been, a strict tempei-nnce man ; that he uses no intoxicating rlrink.s whatever. Nor will he employ, hi any capacity, a man who indulges in fits of intoxication." If it is true thatheis'astrict temperance man,' and that the, vile obscene and profane reading matter with which his paper is filled week after week, is not the result of stronif drink, then we tire forced to the conclusion that he is by nature a beast and nothing else. —_ ^ — »- K ENTUCKY gave eight thousand Democratic majority. They will also carry, by corresponding majorities, the Five Points, Bedford street, Sing Sing and the Eastern Penitentiary. The chosen homes of the Democracy are ulcers on the body politic. ' SEYMOUR, though rich like Buchanan, never invested a dollar in governmen bonds when the fate of the nation depended upon finding means to pay.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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stUsccKnucmts. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

stUsccKnucmts. .. '¦ . A Xcir C'«i>i')(ii(jn Siiiuf. | Ala— •¦ y,-.i:,ic, T,:ii,ir.lh.- i;.,<i.<nr- M.ir<Mi»;." — \ L In our homes We sit in peace, T!i;;iki»;.; strife ami trouble done. Ami Ilia; 1 rait»rs would be once more loyal men : lint we've heard a warnin:,'sound. Mnee (lie campaign lias b:'",un, And we're niarchiiiji out to Ut'l'e oneii miaiii. ( Honi -—Tramp, tramp, tramp, 'I lie 'fanners inaicliiue, Cl.c.-c up! Southern lie.nl men. And lieueatli the 'fanners' torch, Von shall see the loyal North l.-i,: the sympathizers and rebels once aM aiii. II. When we "ranted terms of pence. <.ivin:; life and pardon, too. We believed the Smith ha.dhail etiouj;h of war: [hit tiie. traitors inarch timiin, .his' as once they used lo do, Weath the i-i'l.el "lln^ tiiat hears a sin-le star." Clioitf.-—Trump, tramp, iVc. 111. I.1 -! iis ra.lly from I'r' city, l-'roin the motttiiain and the plain. And united vole forlirant and Colfax, l»u. So thai all t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. "MATCH 'EM." XATTOXAL TH'KET. ' !'. -st ' Gen. ULYSSI-.S S. (iRANT, OF TIIE UNITED STATES. Vice ]*resitleift: SCHUYLEIl COLFAX, OF INDIANA. STATE TICKET. Auditor Grurmf: Gen. .JNr O. F. 1IAKTKANKT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. , Sitriwi/or Grurraf : Gen. JACOli M. CAMPBELL, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

¦•I>O \ XEK i XJ> J:LJTZEX ' ." WAKE TJP, COPS: OLD A - KUMONT II HARD FROM! TIIE GREEN MOFNTAIN BOYS HAVE SPOKEN: Stt.OOO REl'FRLK'AN MAJORITY! SO.OttO \\ S-.l'l BUCAN GAIN'. WII:.;;;: :.\:.: ^i:v:.iiiii;>- ¦•ft:; ;•:•¦; i>->. - win;iII-.'N iiLAii:. - WE AUK COMING. FATHLl; AllllAIIAM.'- coMiM;! rojllNC!! COM INC. I'.'. The election for (Jovernor and other State oilicers took place in Vermont on Tuesday hist, and resulted in the election of the Republican candidates by THIRTY THOUSAND MAJORITY! Being a Republican gain of about TEN THOUSAND!

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(Om <f onrcsponbciKc [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

(Om <f onrcsponbciKc ' S'li' .' C!i»f/r."ssioiiaf I'runarjf Elections. 'EDITORS e'ATiiEi; ARRAIIAM—As a friend of Col. O. -I. Dickey lor Congress. ¦ 1 deem it my duty to call particular atj teiition to that rule of the party which i makes the unsuccessful candidate tor Judge of mi election district an Inspector, so as to give the minority, as well as the majority, a representation in the election Hoard, ami I litis iruard against ballotbox smiling "i" other frauds. All I ask and would insist upon, is a fair election and a fair count of the votes to be cast throughout the county. To secure this let the friends of Col. Dickey, or of any other candidate who may be in a minority in certain townships, be sure lo run a candidate for Judge, in every district, so as to secure at least one Inspector, if not ihe Judge. ITEMl'I-TELD. Xrir am! Xorcl!—Grand Jh'inoj crafir 1'orlor and Xoceltij Concert hi. Old JScr/.s—S/iccch ' , SOIKJ, l'o-iril and tariff 1/.' Wo.MKI.siioKl-- . Aug...

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A Glorious llccoril. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

A Glorious llccoril. The history of the Republican party is indeed a proud record. Inheriting a j bankrupt treasury, a dishonored credit, and a gigantic rebellion.from the traitor-( oils Administration which preceded flieii ) advent to power in iMiJ.the Republicans 1 heroically and successfully grappled with and conqurcd all these obstacles to the life and progress of the nation. They replenished the treasury: they redeemed our credit; they subdued the mightiest rebellion that ever confronted civil power since governments were instituted among men : they struck the shackles from four millions of human beings, and gave them every civil right under the Constitution and the laws. And while accomplishing these herculean tasks, the Republican party administered the. Govl eminent so wisely that prosperity has j been all the time abroad in the the land ; I great business enterprises have been I undertaken and successfully prosecuti ed; factories have been built; forests ' subdued: ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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"•Fit Sellirifflebreiiner." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

"•Fit Sellirifflebreiiner." The " Pennsylvanisch Deitsh" letters from '•Pit Sehwefliebrenner" are everywhere "pronounced decidedly the most perfect productions of the kind that ever appeared in print. Probably no feature of FATHER AT.RAIIAM contributes as much towards the great popularity of the paper as these productions. We do not claim for them more than ordinary wit and humor, but only perfection as to the peculiar dialect. One thing, however, is wanted to make them perfect in every respect, and that is, in writing as it is actually spoken by that class of Democrats to which '-Pit Schwcfllebrenner" belongs, it would be necessary also to giye the many coarse and vulgar oaths and expressions which characterize their utterances. As our paper is FATHER AI1IJAIIA3I, and not a La Cc„.s*e Democrat , these letters can only appear in such a shape as to lit them for reading in all places and among civilized and christianized peop le. The writer is, of course, himself a " Pennsy lvan...

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Fhiladcliihia. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Fhiladcliihia. The prospects of a brilliant Republican victory in the great city of Philadelphia tire getting brighter every day. The work of thorough and perfect organization is going on rapidly in every ward and election precinct, and the local ticket gives entire satisfaction to all elements of the Republican parly. The Germans of the party are stronger now than ever before, and rapidly adding new members to their clubs. On Monday evening of last week they organized a German Campaign Club at Thirteenth and Spring Garden streets, on which occasion an able speech was made by Dr. J. II. Seltzer. The reception of Gen. Carl Schnrz on Saturday evening last, and his powerful speech, also in the German language, did a very srood work. The various ward mass meetings of the party tire well attended. On Tuesday evening of last week, "FATHER AIUIAHAM" had the honor of addressing the Grant, Colfax and Myers Club, of the Thirteenth ward, on which occasion the Hon. Leonard Myers made a ...

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