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(Our S'itt'c Jtolus. " ,t '; V,' [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

(Our S'itt'c Jtolus. " ,t '; V,' Objects S'en From Di ' j ' J 'crcnt i'oinfs -./ Vicir. [ As |||, -AW IT. Siii-h filili.iiis ami ii's'-s. such linvl-'ls of 1:-¦ ii- c j Such I'ea tliers in id In >i,i ices, so v, liile :ii nl so fail' ; Such rosy-liccl clieoks, such teeth iiini Mich ! ''yes: ' . Such a SMIIWV v. biie neck, i •!'.si a-h delicate size ; ' Sucli a I,it ,,l: ii waist, such a love of il biini!: 1 Such a fin it. such an ankle, such un air of ¦ .race. i ¦•Such it laio ligttre nl :i weniiUi. As Sin-: SAW IT. i Such a tiii]'. liiaulv hiow. such a nnnic-i inulistaebe: Sue]i a swei't, winning IVHV —no s\vii""er or ilush; Such love-sigliti'il eyes, such an ei|iiiliue iinse ; j Such a neck, such n neck-tie ; such niee-littiiig \ clothes: : Such an air all at ease, such a model ol oiaec ; ¦ Such n form, such a figure, .such a licimtiful face; | Such a gem ol'the species human. \ As SoMiaionv Ki.sto s.\ w IT. I Such a swell of a chap, such a tsiv flaiintiti"' 1 hello: ...

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The iJemocralic Platform llaliicril to 1'racticc. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

The iJemocralic Platform llaliicril to 1'racticc. j j The Ilecatur <i'i/*;«//c . reports the follow- j ing conversation that oceuned betweena prominent Democrat and an Irishman of that cilv. I^orconvenience it designates the parties as Jack and Pat : Jack—How do you like the Democratic platform ? Pat — 1 can' t understand it; would ye be after explaining it to me—all about the bond question V Jack—Oil, yes , with pleasure. You see the rich men own all the bonds and the pooi- men have to pay for the bonds. Pal — Is that in your platform'*1 Jack—Yes ; and now the, Democratic parly proposes to pay off the bonds with greenbacks, and thus every man will be treated eijually. Pat—The devil ye say! is that the Avay ? Jack—Not in so many words , but that is what if means. Andnow , Pat, I want you to do all you can for our party: bring all the boys out to all the meetings , and—Pat—Hould on, Jack ; will yer paying (he bonds off in greenbacks make the poor man as rich as the bondh...

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[Uy our speci il Artist.] [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

[Uy our speci il Artist.] THE BLARES. Frank trying another "Night Cap."

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

•Cnj.-.r.:.::: lll'l'ii. il I'ol'-J |UiUis«lb;t!U2c!j IMtsdj.

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"OLD JOHN BROWN." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 4 September 1868

"OLD JOHN BROWN." John 1'rown's bod y lies a-inouldering in the grave ; John Brown's bod y lies a-motildering in the grave ; John Brown's bod y lies a-mouldering in the grave; Jiis soul's marching on ! Clliiltts. Glory, halle—halleluiah! Glory, halli—halleluiah! Glory, halh—hallelujah ! his soul's man liing on ! lie's gone lo be a soldier in the army of the Lord! lie's gone fo be a soldier in the army of the Lord ! He's gone lo be a soldier in the army of the Lord ! His soul's inarching on! John Brown's knapsack is strapped upon his back! John Urown's knapsack is strapped upon his back ! John Brown's knapsack is strapped upon his back! His soul's marching un! His pet lambs will meet him on the way; Ilis pet lambs will meet hint on the way ; His pet lambs will meet him on the way; Thev go marching on '. Thev will hang Jell Davis to a tree ! They will hang Jeff Davis to a tree ! They will hang Jeff Davis lo a tree ! As thev march along ! Now. three rousing (beers lor ihe I'nion ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

'¦FATHEK ABKAHAM" is m:ni.isiu:i) iJti.Hv ritutAv VI FT V ( .' E X TS , MX ADIMXCG, roil Till: t.»MI».4I«.V _I!Y_ £. II. HATCH ,v THdS. !;. ( .'< iclIKAX. NOKTHKAST AXIII.I: CKNTIM: sni\u;i:, A:: . ;.-i.,,n . i ir. / >: />/..,• • „• in-,,,, . >- .',.,-,., .,.,.;./. .).',, ¦ ,:., /• /.ixc l \TI:H, /'/..V.V.I. sj Ni;;.;; OH-IKS Ti!i;i-:!: <i:xis.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

I'IIOFESSIO.XAL. TORN' V:. GOOD. " _ AT'iciixf.v AT LAW. ( ~ \ J. DICKEY. V/ . A rf"!;\-\v AT t.A vr. I Ci':' i:-S()!"|'i; < . -"l:,\\ S.ir- : . ... ,-,,|,,| i,: |-.-V.KH ill: ¦¦ i"'r:i!.!-l!.-ii io," |.:|.„.;,. t.-r. f .. r n. i.ivix<;r-.TON'. -J . ATT. >:;\'i:y AT LAW. <"--I --I. g-Ng. 1! N , "!;'i'il ;,y\]\ -ev. >. ,,,. ¦ ¦! -• :, . i> I) . n A K !¦; i: . i- . .\T7' ¦;; \::v >•¦• I ', w. ".¦ ¦: e I:-\V;:'I ./. i;. I.: vi ,:¦¦ ¦:,, ., . ',nl:l i( i>:'Ki: ST. i !. l..;::,;:~i..|. . !'. . . D c . K it !•; A D y , IJ . , !rT"!r..;.v \r c gy ,y- - \" ;: -V, - ;:!i :. K.J: , .• .. . ;-..i|;v:l ,,; Ki: ( •dl.VHEES DENUES. V ,. , . ¦ .v !. "!' " i;vl .-V ST '¦¦'• ¦ v>'- I'.;. ' ' ' " '''•¦• ' --!:;;'.1" "¦. \ y V. ilAHK. * :'. i';.. W -M . -i- E A M A >;, » V AT r, M;N ' . .v .\T :,.',v:. ' ¦•!•;"¦ ' C--N '• " :¦:• I'. - .ra i.' K .'•: N :,.¦: , > .:.:..:;.-| K . II V TT E II , *J . ATT IUNI.'Y AT LAW . ' &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

HE. 11) IXG A Jit ELI TISEM* TS. H MALTZJiERGFR, AT'J'OI::\I:Y A'l' LAW. No. K North .Sixth Sm-'t, ift'a.liiij;, Pa. T GEORGESELTZFH^ O • AT'J'UJt^KV AND COL'N.SKLLOK AT J.AW, No. tat} ('OL'UT Struct, (t)inuwitc the Court House) KvatUug, l'ti. HOItACE A. YUXDT, ATTOKXKV AT LAW, No. 2i NUKT/I .S/X'i'JI Street, Iteiulinj;, Pa. "ITiRAXCIS M. liAXKS^ JO ATTHUNKY AT LAW AND XO'J'AHY I'UHI.IC, No. ¥i SOUTH SIXTH Street, Itetuling, 1'a. D " lt7 AVILLIAM IIAKGKEAVESr- FCLKCTIC I'll YSICAN AND SUKCiKOX, No. l-.il SOUTH FIFTH Street, Keiutiiij;, Pa.

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Head! i [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

Head! i RvK-k in 18(il, when the Confederate ; Constitution was framed at Montgomery, ; Mr. Seymour said to Jutljje Charles II. Itugules: "Jutlo-e, Jiave you read pie Cont'odernte (Moiitszomt'i'Y) Constitu- ¦ lion? * * * " i hsi ' ve : and (7 is tnl(a- than unra (the Federal). Then why not obymie all tiitiietilty by simply ' tvlujiltii,/ thiit (Confederate) Constiiii-: tiony *'' Ami this is the man the hollow-hearted DcmtK-rary present to us to stive the CniisliUUian ii-om the i-arc of the men who it night to maintain it u»;tiiis(, ([„, Montgomery charter of treason. WILL the Democratic papers oive us some information as to Horatio Seymour's position on the question of the soldiers' vote V "Will t-hey publish the vetoe dated April 24 , 18():> , on an net of (he Xew York Tiegislatiire \>roviditig for the takina; in eam|) and Held of the ballots of the New York volunteers mustered into the ser- ' viee of the United Stntc«'; '

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If ill} C.'i'C "/I .itori-ais '. ' [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

If ill} C.'i'C "/I .itori-ais ' . ' 'I'iie ['resident. \'iee-I'n'sideiit. ami every member of (In: rebel government , was a Democrat. /'.' very soldier wbo. ai'ler being educated til tile expense of the Government, basely deserted the iiag of his country and took up iirnis against it was a Democrat. Every member of both branches of the rebel Congress was a Democrat. I Every cut-throat anil tmirdert>r who ; shot down and starved defenceless I'nion ¦ prisoners of war was a Democrat. Every man in the .North who sympa- \ j ilu/.ed with traitors and treason in the ' J South during the late civil war was a i Democrat. j Every genertil , colonel, and ollicer in j the ^ Confederate army was a Democrat. Every person who rejoiced at the ;isstissinaticm of Abraham Lincoln was a Democrat. Every draft-rioter, sneak, and bounty- j jumper was a Democrat. * Every person who wrote letters to fiic ' < army encouraging soldiers to desert their j comrades was a Demmoerat. Every pers...

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1 : : " i)^'HH>;•:^{|f>r^' , Ci'tied'j. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

1 :: " i)^'HH>;•:^{|f>r^', Ci'tied'j. ! I ' j j j i ': A correspondent enclose- . u> an cx-I change the following memento of the | will', as not ie.'s pertinent to the prcsem etforl of the same Democratic party to j insult (he heroes who fought and diedior 1 their country, by the re-tor,:',:.':] of tic I immediate a1 thor.- of their sutioriugs in j ih" rebel prison pens. The Shousand' who read this horrible recital will liinl it a tu w incentive to ojitio-e the sivage contrivers of (his incredible barbarity : A ¦•or: no::.leu' el'il,.-H,;] :1 .|..!,.;.; ,, /„,/ ,<. - ,-. . . ¦ . Wli ' t .::; I'"!'! li'iillliur.to.l ill ti'r- i:\[ ,;i' /.-I .'-I'. h:'is.'i;i .s ii: r.li.'l : t.ios r.,1 .'.. .r.ii'.'.'i'-.t o'.er |.> ic; t.'oel \,'ilii:i:i ."'o:, 'o i .VI:!.-Lore. I it' |g. j.;' :::: .' I I • i i I i.;r-a. it I ,ie!':] I lllLiliej. we lav I r.\'. ¦',,, ¦ ,'. :.' 'o>ii!r-..-t eir,',:: I ei.ioaud dx linu- I iti-eil ici'l .'i ¦bty-I'ue.r, o...

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li'liji (!><¦ i;<ptu'>tir(tn J'iu-li; S/imi/tl !>:¦ T.tlsfcf!. iI [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

li'liji (!><¦ i;<ptu'>tir(tn J'iu-li; S/imi/tl !>:¦ T.tlsfcf!. iI First. That of all its millions not one man was a traitor: every man.-rood/imi/v b y liberty and the Union. Second. That its civil administration of the Government, notwithstanding the exigencies of the war , has saved to the people, as compared with Democratic rule, .'-so.onii .ooo within the hist eight years, being an average of s pi; t it in.oi iu per year. Third. That it has actually paid tin cancelled within ei ght years nearly one tlwunund mm hundred millions of dn/lurs of the liabilities incurred by the war; and since (he close of (he war. while steadily reducing the public taxes ' , it has also reduced the public debt from -sH.7'>7.i2">:'- 427, in is'(i->, to ss2,-l'.Ki' .riUsU' ./in 1st}*, being an aggregate for . -three years of *l.'o,,(loo . noii, ors>N!> , o(/(i,f]i«i per ' year Fourth. That for llw present " year a reduction of ...

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—*»¦• ».,J> -vr. — fi'i'i) fi'r.- t'-r "• iiri:!>>rfif''s 1 '" [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

—*»¦• ».,J> -vr. — fi'i'i) fi'r.- t'-r "• iiri:!>>rfif''s1 '" A Tiif ro.-'i i. I-.:. i-n.-n : ] . - ,. We take the following extract from ;< speech delivered in Diugor, Maine, on the g'7(h uh., by IIox. HKX.'.'V Wf.'.so.v. of Mass. It gives a faithful picture, of the men who made up and managed the New York Copperhead Convention. Head it. ••There was Wade Hamilton, id'South Caroli na, who on h;-;, way iota- convention , said to t lie students ef Cenelitl I.ee's eoilcge, " tl:e cause for which Stonewall .Ja-k-o.i fell, cannot be in vain, but, ia some (orm will yet, friiiiiipli." There was (lovernor Vance, of Xorlli Carolina, who told ic'.iel troops during (lie war, to "pile hell so full of Yankees that their feet, would, slick out of the windows."' There was Hacklier, of Kentucky, who came to Washington at tltc opening of the war, to procure arms for his State and a commission for himself; hut who went back to Kentucky, betrayed his Stale and count...

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ihisfcihtneotts. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

ihisfcihtneotts. Alt llait! U.-rmout > i:v uicnAiti) i ¦ ¦::. :;. : v. ,•/.;¦••- . of VK^MM-: '¦i.ia-.N Vr ii N'l' lis boys, all hail; U"e k ,".\ ;••,-,a iti thi, ,-, ;>.:>-!,,, <¦ . ¦ V.-nrs;,,:,' bean- wold be - 1UI1 : \\ ' • hi, i a '•• ::,¦ • within our -outs. Tha' ve w.ni! I ...-'n'; l'-mi out vourbiil, A !' ,u- i., . e;;. ;:,:¦ ;...a. .. . . . A'.! 1 cede ve have -en: i: forth Uno, :/:- „.-. ..}. . . • . ¦,,., . .„i: w. ;;¦• M- ;¦ ,,- -. - ., . ,u :.-.'..w.cVnio-.'.-.. .". 'i-.e.r.c,,.,; ,h,. - ,e:u,|: A ii ¦: ¦ ¦ :, ih,' :M:I • ;¦,M: s-r • : i: : ' "¦• i. i ,, i., \ i. ii', ¦ ¦ ¦ ' :.. . . . . ,,., ,-• ; \. . ,..'..' .¦:.. ,,. \ i ¦ -.<:. ': ¦ : :¦¦< ' i: ¦ .:¦ : ': ' V : i-i ., i; ' - ¦¦¦;¦' / - ¦ . . -¦ ¦ ¦¦ .'." . .' /'.' '.-, ,. o, ., , ,

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It hat an Eiiftiu/ Stn/s. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

It hat an Eiiftiu/ Stn/s. i Hon. ,U 11. DooliitU'. the recreant Senr a(or from Wisconsin, now on (he stump against Grant , spoke of him as follows , : as early as (he eighteenth of February, IS(>4, when the bill creating the grade of Uieiifonant General was pending before the Senate: •¦ 1 l"i-i -atisiii'i! tha! we shah eoi make a mistake if we say that, we create the office of I.ietiieiia-it General, ami ;;,, ¦ ,! General Grant is the niae to till it. Ion- t\\., cars in succession he has done nothing big win ¦ iiorv—from the eaptnr ' Port Dom-Isou. ,,: ( h'aial Gulf , on Hliick Iti-.e,- . il( Jackson, aiound Vicksbmg, and. last and imt least, til the last butties of < hattaiiooyn. wh.ere he sectiie,!. in my opinion, iov-ver vithiii o - ,, - ,- nulilary possession Eastern 'f'euuess-, . !!:• hasgaine. ' tiindeiti'iieil. b y two year-', of e.„'i..'..ai sue.'ess. t'.rs rank ' and , -i'iide.' :..;,! !-. is ;he man v. i:oiii the war has e.i-n-.o: siraci to be the jaoii...

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i'sdcolf.j. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

i'sdcolf.j. In Indianapolis, the other evening, at, a Democratic niecting. several little boys hurrahed for Grunt and Colfax. A burl y White liny in illue, with a revolver in hand, rushed up and wanted to know "who hallooed."' The little fellows were all oi course badlv friglhcned, and made no repl y. The bully linallv asked one, somewhat larger than the others , who replied that he cheered for Grant. TJie AN Into lioy placed his revolver at the lad's breast, and dared Jiiiii to repeat the shout ; ami this he did. three or four hoys standing near. The Indianapolis .Kuklux did iiot dare shoot. I (is only reason for not doing so, however , was Jo's fear of the consequences. Murder was in hi-heart. JJrave man ! Truly a representative of the Democracy.

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'.Veil) M((tlr 'hf i'!<<t;<if!'t ;' [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

' .Veil) M((tlr 'hf i'!<<t;<if!'t ;' 'G.t ilainiuoii nlono. althotijli. at cording io his own showing. : ohtuiiietl all Im asked in tic ('tuivciif ior,." He had lil ' ieeii abh' :is,-isf;i>:ls to.hel p ln' m. in the work of secur i ng " ali thev sought !or." They were sixteen in all. the.- ,' rebel Ge.'einls who made (ho platform, not to i:ic,i...| eight or nine robe' Colonels, ¦ •io'! ¦•! spriiikh'ng ol M,i>>,>:~ and ('.':m'ab)s. (¦ •atlce o\'er i he ii-.'. I bin i j d on. who, like D'eaiirogurd. wannd to.shoot Union iit'isooors. iiiul wlio .s.'imk away stdlcuh' and is i ' u>i-d to give Id- , parol.-; JJuckncr, y h-./iii.'trucyed bite!: ami liirt.'i m Vi ' ushic'.toii. in search ol a position in the Union army, two weeks ' Io¦!¦ ¦:, ¦ he declared for rebellion: Fro-¦<.'!. who gave I'd !i;s mis-don to the Spanish < Y.ur!, in ordi'i' that ,'i ¦:¦ might ti-ii: t/i>- d.ine- of a rebellion, and sigiinlbe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

"EVERYBODY HEADS FATHER ABRAHAM." ClECi'EATr: THE DCCT.ME.VJ'S. ANOTHER REDUCTION OFTERMS. lilit.AT IN IH't'li.MF.NT.S Tit ('LITIS! After September 11th, " FATtriTi Arm.ujAM'" will be furnished at the following rates; : 0lH> e'.pyfor ;!,k . . Five copies in a package to one ad- i chess SI.2:1 ! Ten copies in a pack-age to one ad-,ln>ss S-2.,10 ; Fifty copies in a paekago o. oil,, address .. _ , ;i There will he no f'arl'oev ls-dauli-,u <,;' price during the campaign. Therefore Clul.'S and individuals who desire to serve the gootl cau se by p lacing the best and cheapest campaign paper into the hands of the people, should at once forward their orders. AVe ought to circulate at least twenty-live thousand copies every week la fore the first of October. Fersoiis getting up clubs will hear in mind that, at the above rates, we cannot address each paper, hut onl y send (hem in packages as may be directed by (hose getting up the. club. tt>T'or want of room we...

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• Jrittk-r - ^ imibiun's (fliius. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

• Jrittk-r - ^ imibiun's (fliius. Glintt' i: DAVIS, u Seymour and J'lair Democrat, was before ' Aldenuau Carpenter, of Philadel phia, last S-iturday inorid'ig. charged with larceny of a suit of clothing from a colored man at Seventh and South streets, lie wa mmitted. The " nigger." it seems, didn' t want his cloth; - worn oiu by a Copperhead. E'C i A-TKlt. i'i'tm.. is troubled with in,id .-;,!.. .— /.„ C,',:.,,- I/,,/a,mil. We stippo -" •• Jii'ick" refers to h is folio w Oopperliend.- oi" j.anca-ier. who really look very mad since i'm- \'cvmont election. TtiK h'eudiii,/ Kajle. a hiitir Copperhead sheet, says : ' •• The radicals are straining owvy nerve to can v the State of Maine on tic- I Ith i:is(., ' while the Democracy have but little hope of overcoming the immense lleptddican majority. If (hey can onl y reduce the Radical vote, it will be a Democratic triumph, as all the otitis in that section of the Union arc against them." A candid admission, very. TIII;I;K are rs.',....

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l).":-siocfftrif est. Ere; 1 Sellouts. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

l).":-siocfftrif est. Ere;1 Sellouts. TI-.c tfeadii,< j Kind* denies " that the (native! Germans of Perks county ever opposed the Common School System." Ys'ill the editor info - .m n- as to the m-.-aiii-ig of the Democratic " liberty pi.h's "' raised i:i Cmura. Darn, Heidelberg. Alsace and other intensely Democratic townshi p- of j'Jerks ' county, with the mottoes of "Gegcu de Frci Scliuliien mid fuer fettc Ocksen" (against Free Schools and for fat Oxen). And will the Enyle. deny that District township, in that county, held out and refused to accept the system until last year, when the State appropriation wa* accepted, and the Democratic School Directors finally agreed to open schools for the period of four months in each year. The Democratic county superintendent, Mr. Erinantrout, wont deny it

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