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Let Thini Come On. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Let Thini Come On. The late leaders of the rebellion who have come to the front as leaders of the Democratic parly, seem ;mxio||s fo) . another war. If lh,ir nonh lM ,,m thing they intend tlure shall ,R , on0-So far tis we under.s tuml the 1Vdin( ,sof the Roys in lili,,. , Ul, y will ^^]R) necessity. Rut let Ulis he understood: If there must be another appeal to arms the conflict will be short but very decisive! If Toombs, Hampton , Semmes, Forrest & Co., have not had enough of fi ghtin" let them be gratified. Our impression Is that after that few of the leaders who talk so defiantly now would ever be heard of as delegates and platform makers in Democratic conventions.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Which is Itiffhf? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Which is Itiffhf? The New York World, the Copperhead organ, say* that General Grant, as a soldier, is" destitute of ideas and incapable of foresight." Lieut. General Sherman, the gallant soldier, in his address before < the Army of the Tennessee, last November, says: '-After a whole year of toil and battle, varied in adventure that would fill a volume, that renowned for- ' . tress (Vieksburg) succumbed at last to I the army and navy, led by two heroes t that have no superiors in any country, j and both of whom still live to reap the reward of their labors—Grant and Porter." Loyal men and " Boys in Blue," which do you believe—the lies of the Copperhead sheet , or the words of the brave General Sherman? Answer at the polls in October and November * next.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Hctroc.jicctirc. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Hctroc.jicctirc. j ; I In 1M34, when Grant was holding Lee in his grasp 111 the rebel capital, and Sherman was lighting his bloody way to Atlanta, when patriot hearts were cheered by the hope of'soon subjugating the rebellion, the Democratic party assembled at Chicago. Horatio Seymour presided. The convention, inspired by slavery, and in sympathy with their rebel Democratic friends in rebellion, resolved that the " war is a failure," and demanded " cessation of hostilities." The Republican party met in convention, declared for the complete abolition of slavery, the subjugation of the rebellion, and the re-election of Abraham Lincoln. The Democracy, boastful as is its wont, ; received 21 out of '2-' A electoral votes, , and was beaten by a popular majority of j more than 400, 000 votes. 1.SGS will be the counterpart of 1S<34.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Watr't Them! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Watr't Them! The 1'rc.ir says the •¦ carpei-baggors" in the South are hated because they are the ciiljinrleiir.i of freedom, the ana,/ riiiirier. ' of the school-house, the printing - press and the manufactory. Rut Pennsylvania is doomed to be invaded b y a different set of carpet-baggers—gentlemen who will brine; coilee-eolorcd naturalization jiapu-s. revolvers and Seymour ballots. We hear iroin reliable sources that organizations are on foot in Baltimore, and the counties in Maryland that border Southern Pennsylvania, to send upon us thousands of these peripatetic patriots—must of them ex-rebel soldiers, who, baying lost the right to vote in their own State, not only exercise that right in defiance of justice, but supplement the assumption by preparing to vote in Pennsylvania in October. But we have a suspicion that those Confederate carpetbaggers will find themselves checked again by the same "Boys in Blue" whose acquaintance they made at Appomattox and Vieksburg. —m;—-q-» ...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
AXOTIIEll GUX! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

AXOTIIEll GUX! i THE "BLUE HEN'S CHICKENS!" ] LITTLE DELAWAI'K HEARD "-'ROM! \ The election for Mayor in the city ol ' : Wilmington, held on Tuesday last, resulted in a glorious REITREICAN VIC' TORY', and by a largely increased majority.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Coiif/rcusii/iiai <>iicsti')ii. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

The Coiif/rcusii/iiai <>iicsti')ii. From till wo can learn, we are satisiiod lhat the Congressional nomination lavs between O.J. Dickey and Eilwood Griost. If it were a mi-re question as to men. wc would not have a word to say about it, as wo are, and mean to be. entirely independent, and r.sk no favors of cither candidate. But we have a duly to discharge, as Republican journalists , and that is. to call upon every Republican voter of the county to put an end to the secret oath-bound organization of Thuggery. To have the great Republican party of Lancaster county ruled by an organization or ring of office seekers —an organization which exists only for the purpose of securing oflices, contracts and fat jobs for those belonging to it, is simply disgraceful. Should the Thug candidate be nominated, the result will go far to establish and perpetuate the power of the chief to decide, for all time, who shall and who shall not enjoy the conlidence of the Republicaji part...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
G< ural Hit rlrmiifl. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

G< ural Hit rlrmiifl. Whilst (he people of Pennsylvania are compelled to pay enormous taxes created by the late Democratic war against the I'nion. they have the consolaiion to know that under lite able and faithful linancial administration of John F. Harlranfi, Auditor General, the State debt has been reduced more than Jirc iiii/limis of dnllnr.- -. At this rate our entire State debt will be paid in ten or twelve years. Of course, every citizen of the commonwealth who desires a continued reduction of taxes, and a faithful management of public finances will vote for this honest, able and accomplished public servant.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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licnicnibcr ! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

licnicnibcr ! Republicans of the "Old Guard, " when 1 asked to support Eilwood Griest as your i nominee for Congress, that that gentleman was influential in the defeat of the two wounded soldiers, Captain ; Godschalk and Major Reinoehl for re - ' nomination to the Legislature. Wha-t do I you think of it, soldiers of Lancaster county! Can you support such •a man y AVe guess not. I>Y A'-. oj':;i<; Mail-;,, l-'-o. S.-etum .".-. 1; is : ilectii-eil tlin! "lf:l!i\ oliicefcf I! lis ( 'olnnnmweaiili, on fa:. . \ city, liojoiigh. county or lev, 11-1 ship thereof, seall loan out. with or wiihoul [ interest on return therefor, any money or val-, fa'ilc security reeehcil i>y luni, or which 111,1)' ] be in his possession, or under his control, by virtue of his ollice, he shall be guilty of u niis-I ileiiii'iiucr inotlice. and on convict ion sentenced ] to j,nv n line not exceeding .SIOOli, anil tiniler-1 go tin imprisonment by .separate or solitary ; eonlineinetii a...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Ciii'crina .'•/.'//'-. - <tf the Times, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Ciii'crina .'•/.'//'-. - <tf the Times, •Collowav Xoslc;-. Esq.. of Crawfordj ville. Indiana, a leading Democratic ; i State politician, lias just renounced the | ! cm nipt parly, and declared for Grant and | ! Colfax. ! j The friends of Grant and Colfax are j very coiilideitt of carrying Luzerne county in ll.i- state, which has heretofore given ! large Democratic majorities. Tiro North- j era tier of counties—Bradford. Tioga. . ! Susquehanna. Potter, McKean and War- , reti—will all increase their Republican majorities. I Joseph Obert, Esq.. proprietor of the j extensive I'limn Boiler Works in the j city of Reading, a German of great influer.ee. and heretofore a staunch Denio-: ci'iit. has avowed himself for Grant and I Colfax, and, as an appropriate'recognij lion of his influence and patriotism, he was on Saturday last unanimously nominated j as (be Republican candidate for Sheritf i of Berks county. I The Weekly Xcwx. published at River-1 head. Long Island, heretofore...

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

ufathcrSUwaiiam."__ ^_ _ _^> _ i CHKCM-ATIOX OVER S50«. Tu " w'SVi o ": lIKAX.( K,,,T "'! ''*1, l"n '-,I,,,M,:f! - L.ANCASTKR, I'A. FRIDAY, KEl'TEMBKB I, l*«*b " / sJinil knee tin /nt/ieif nf iiu/ oii'n Ui I'llforve iii/iiin.it the. will of thr pi-npte."—UI- . ANT .

Publication Title: Father Abraham
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POIilTH'AI.. j i [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

POIilTH'AI.. j i CoNoKk'ss We ilic Mlltliclizcil to luinouuce O. 1 J. lUcKcv, Msi;.. nl' L;iiic:i.stcr. ;is ;i eaoiliilale t'er j C'oiierc.ss, suii . icct to tiie decision ol' the Republican ; voters at the primary election on Satiniia\ , Sep-Icnilici- 12th, I MIS. C'ONOI:I;SS. _WC arc authorized to am.ounce , A. 111:1::: S:.;; j a. Kso., nf Lancaster city, a* a can- I ilillate I'm- 1-one.lcs.-. subject to the decision of the j Republican people at ilic primary elect ions on Sat- 1 unlay, September l_:h. CoN<;i:i-:-is t'ncxii'ued Term— We are anlliorizcil to say licit, AI.I.XA N lil-.n 11. lloon, Ksij., nf bail; aster city, will l»e a candidate for Ihe nne\- piicd lei in in loncies- of lion. Thaddeus Slevi ns, deceased, subjeel to rules of tiie Republican parly. ¦ < — —

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

'•EVERYBODY READS FATHER ABRAHAM.'' CIKCULATE Till: DOCTJlE.XT. s . ANOTHER REDUCTION OF TERMS. OKKAT INDfCK.MKXTS To CLUJIS! After September 11th, '•FATHER 1 AUIIAIIAM" will be furnished at the following rates : One copy for 30c. Five copies in a package to one address S1.25 Ten copies in a package to one address *2.no Fifty copies in a package to one address **.oo There wilj be no further reduction of price during the campaign. Therefore Clubs and individuals who desire to serve the good cause by placing the best and cheapest campaign paper into the hands of the people, should at once forward flicir orders. AVe ought to circulate at least twenty-live thousand copies every week before the lirst of October. Ferwms getting up clubs will bear in mind that, at the above rates, we cannot address each paper, but only send them in packages as may lie directed by those gcUini; up ,!,(.dub_ THE Oil country is all ablaze for Grant and Colfax. Old Venango held an immense Republican me...

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COUXTY TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

COUXTY TICKET. As/liriate Ji„l:,e .-JOHN.). LlliHART, Jlarietla. AfS''mhl>i : DU.J. C. GATIHl-il.!., Miii-tii'. I'ATT. W. W. HOPKINS, «:ity. .lACOli (1. I'KTEHS, f'oiiestoga. AA1ION II. St'.MMV, Last Hoinplield. IHstria Altr,ril.:;. .-( .IKoIKiK linrnAKKK. City. Cmuilij l.'nminis.'inu' r : JACOI5 C. KltKADV, Manor. l'ri.loit l„sl „;-l..ri : HENKY l'OWNALl., li-.nl. M. II. SHIKK, West Cocalico. /Jirrrli.m uf th>: 1'mr : (IKOKtiK |.-JIY, Iiast l.'ocidico. ' -'OXit.lll ({A.ST, City. .tlet.e.r.-ilKOnCK YV. MEUAVVKW iU.iriell.i.

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Jfirtbcr JtbntlKtm's (Tbius [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Jfirtbcr JtbntlKtm's (Tbius STRAWS.— A vote taken in the Ifarri«burg Accommodation train, between ilarrisburgand Middletown. on Saturday, 2, .ilh tilt., resulted as follows : Grant, -li Seymour, I'd. On the train from New-York to Albany, July .'to, the vote stood —Grant, M-l-l: Seymour, (ill. Albany to I'ticti, July III— Grant, L'-ll ; Seymour, :'.2. i'iica to Syracuse. August I—Grant. Ill ; Seymour, " :\-2. Syracuse to Auburn, August I—Grant, !M): Seymour. 14. Auburn to Geneva, August .'1—Grant, Sis; Seymour, 111. Geneva to Clifton, August ¦!—Grant, 7J ; Seymour, 10. Cayuga to Ithaca, per steamboat on Cayuga lake—Grant, 42; Seymour, 27. FRED Dot'OLAss said at the Equal Rights Convention, a few years ago, the only luxury he enjoyed was a whole, seat in a car. Even that luxury he did not have now. The other night he was riding muilled up in his blanket, when somebody asked him for half a seat. He stuck out his head and replied, ''I'm a nigger." ••I don't care who the d—1 you ...

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

%otal Mttms. OLD BERKS IN THE FIELD.—The Republican delegate convention of Berks county assembled at Reading last Saturday. " Win. M. Baird, Esq., was elected President, and Michael Walters , Secretary. The following ticket was nominated : Congress, Henry S. Eckert; Representatives, Michael AValters, Edward B. Evan and Peter L. Ilain; District Attorney, J. Warren Tryon ; ' Sheriff, Jos. Obert; Commissioner, Daniel Shaaber; Director, Peter Ubil; Auditor , Henry Brownmiller. Mr. Eckert , the nominee for Congress, is an extensive manufacturer of iron—one of the proprietors of j the •¦ Henry Clay" works of Reading. I He is a gentleman of excellent business I qualifications, public spirited, radical, I and in every respect a true representalive man. The candidates for the Legis- I lature are all gentlemen of more than j ordinary ability. Mr. Tryon is a sound, | rising lawyer and good political worker. I Mr. Obert , candidate for Sherilf, is the j well known proprietor of the extens...

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

XE It A I) Vlili TJSEJIEXTS. "pi'BLIC SALE. im w'!-:nNi>iiAY. t; .o ".i.i oi' si:i'i'.:.\it:i;i; t-'s, ¦ ,, ill lie s,illi:il I'llli lie .-die. oil I I, •j .j-elll i.-Cs. ill Z'MI A\S I.U T'0'K io Wesl l-.'.-n-t Ton.-isin,.. t.:i !.ea-t'-r Clio'., ill- [olinutll" liilllllilc ileal J'sl.-O, . lo Hi. ; .1 I'.'.i: 'i' i.l'leili-l-si,)' Jilllil. IJjnre or !¦-.-.-. .-eijoiiii-,.: ':..- I'.icilli. o Co ¦¦ li. and illlli is el . sarnie ! i;,-.ov ... I'r.er .'.| annua, .liihn K. Xooti, aa.l elli.-i- ; c:i v. ni.-ii i-.l-cct-ii a 'i'W'n .I'l'llitV it RICK iiWEI.I.i Mi HOI'-I.;. mill a Tv.o Slorv Jlrick kilch -a :e.uiclieu ; a lYacif -Mini on r House. HANK 1IA1!.\. Willi, Hi Sli.-ii alal r:ill'iiu»e llllllse altilclli i| ; Hog-Sic. a . ' .no niiii a half >!oi-\ FUAAU-'. TKNAVT 1 'lof.sE. alio otli -i ¦ oiillmiiilhiii-- ; ll Well el' "end aii«l 1': Vel!':; i 1111 .U YOIHT. ,\i.!l ptlltl|i lli-l-.-i:. ic-ar lie- lone- icor. aial a Kaiu \V;i->'¦!¦< isi Til. \\ii il ...

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

HOOKS «{ STA TlOXEIli'. OAliIi'S BOOK. STORK. SCIli II it. III iil-il'Ti 'its. TKAi'iiEiis. PAltEXTS , A X I > SC-MOI.AItS. 'I'A ICE X'o'l'ICE. Wei:c,it.. tic attention of School 1 >hci-|ois and : 'i'caL-lli'lS IO Oill- liliee srocilol' >c li ilooils 11 lid exT'-nsiie ai-i-anic.'iiieats i\ ell tli ¦ inr^c I'liljlisliin^ iioilses ot I'iiiiad -ipliia, New Yel-U ao'l lloston. i We pay special aticntiun to the interests of Iliivct-, ors iiint t'eiiclieis, and arc [ii-e[iai-cii lo supply ! townships :n even to'tt.-c rates than ever belol'e. ! Ilirectors who cout ¦itijilate chaneiint Hooks, will tind it ei-eativ to th 'ir advoitae,. t„ call upon us. as t our aiTaiiM-oui'-nts witli publishers enable us to furnish itooks for introduction at lit .- very lowest publisher's rales. Oar stock of School Stationery is iiiso very iarite and wcli selected, and our facilities for furnishing; Globes, Charts ami .Maps can not be j surpassed. I ALL NEW HOOKS RECEIVED l AS FAST AS ...

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

HOOTS AXI) SHOES. T MARSHALL A: SON'S iJUOT AM) SHOK STOliK, CENTRE SIH'ARE, LANCASTER, PA. CAMI'.lKiX <)F I .-lis. NOW IS THE TI.ME FOR VKi'l'OKY! AVe Iiavc started the < ani|iaii;n by laving in a fresl stock of HOOTS AXI) SHOES. o,"i Cases Ladies' Gaiters. 2." Cases Aliss, s Gaiters. L'". Cases Children's Gaiters. L' .l Cas-1-S ROV.S - Shoes. •_'f, Cases .Men's shoes. - .I Oases .Men's and Roys' Hunts. Give us a call. We otter inducements never before ottered. I'urwni-li is of th" best ipialitv. Don' l'or„'et the place, X. li. COR. CENTRE SQUARE CO A L. ¦ piILEU, BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL IJEALEI1S IX C O A L , Of the best quality. YAUII— COR. AVATER ST. & PEXXA. R. R. OFI-IIE—Xo. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LAXCASTEIi, PA. TT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IN COAL OV EVKUY DKciCIUPTION, NORTH PRINCE STREET, NEAR THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAr> LANCASTER, PA. IXSUHAXCE. riHIE OLD PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Aci-i-Mii ATEI) CAI'IT...

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Brief Finn Schice/jiebi'enticr. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

Brief Finn Schice/jiebi'enticr. SciII.IFFl.KTiiWN, Seplemher i, lS'iS. M ISDER F ODDER A RRAHAJI : Deer Sir: Sidder ich mei letshtcr breef in del' FODDER AIIRAIIAM nei gedu !iab, huts Avidder amohl an fuss gevva. doh in SchlifnetoAvn, mi dob is nix shuld dr;vw das sell beevel aid wu icli for de Bevvy genumma hab de letsht woch, tin weil a dehl leit mich so hahver blama derfore. Avill ich explaina we's war. An gonsy AVOCII nix tsu drinka except yusht kalt Avasser, for an gooter true blue demokrat Ave ich bin—for my dawdy un my gross dawdy wahra ach demokrata —is ordlich tuff , un in all nieiin leliwa hab ich net so g'sufferd for a pilar droouks das ich hab sidder ich sell aid g'linmma hab. Om dritta dog hab ich hort pro-Avecrt tier Bevvy ehra consent tsukreeya for yusht eh shmaller. un awer denksht se hets erlawbt'. Nosir-ree , for wtinn se amohl ehra mind ui'macht. donn is es net del'Wtert das nu r an wat". -agl. Well ties ding war gooi. om '¦A —1 .TLI Dunner-hdog nummidog. ...

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^.clcrtctr. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

^.clcrtctr. I .V.. I S Ii 1 . 1 111: l.MX' 1 KIN IN KKN'l TCKV — Till: III.odors 11KMO' ClI.'.TIC VHTOKY—.1111. NASHY'S j Al- l'IHM' rilKIIKOr'. ' POST OFFIS, CoNKKroilT X Ki'.Misl, 1 ; t vvicli is iii the State uv Kemuckv.) : j Augusti:. lsiis', ) Lf the American Eagle is in the habit uv scrcemin at Democrat victories, she kin now test her capacity to the fullest extent. The election in Kentucky resulted more gloriouser than ever we bed anticipated. Eighty thousand majority is a big thing, and Ave knowd it, but we felt that the eye of the Democrisy was onto us. and Ave did our level best. We wantid to inspire the Dimocrisy uv the North : to set em an example, in fact, wii.li would awaken in em emulashun. The election at the Corners wu/, the -ame a.-the others in the State , so in w-rithi the, history uv this wun I am writ in the history uv all. We bed held a series uv meetings, all Avich. with the exception uv Elder Pi nnibacker's obstinacy, wuz harmonious and effective. Gove...

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