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Brief Earn Se/ucejjt(h runner. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

Brief Earn Se/ucejjt(h runner. ScIII.lI-FI.KroWN'. Se]ilein!ier "i, lsli'n MlsDER I'"oDDEI! AliRAIIA.M Dltl'IKKlt —Veir Sur : I)c Ictsht woch hah ich tier g'shrivva tun woava tier Hevvy \ve so deni Joe Muckalliggie aniohl so inimcrnn eawich shlcag govva lutt ni'it tuiscrm alta nnilirclla slitttck. Es war iiriV.it.-li horl ul dcr Joe. im wann mcr alios kunsidderd is er Isti bedauora. Cor er Inns goot. Lreim-lind we er hawtt hut wella das i,-h niii. chm set geh for an drect tins Kit/.ehlei'l'er's. I'n doch konn mcrs dcr Revvy ach net exactly 1'cnVnka das se base is warm, for (111 Weashl solver ''net p'i:;ii,k we de weiver cvva i-in wann mcr als lieam kiinnnt mi! a shlong im hooj. Awer vetz gookls das wann tier drnvel liarsht awfonga dcht di rwcaya. for tier Joe is dcr negshi niorya mil'Isttm g'shwire Lawhock tin hut atnohl an iit'crdafil til' de Revvy e'sliuiini in tier law fun Salt;: uu Pattry. un donii hit! dor g'.-hwiro so an excrliicias rouse govva.odder anyhow cyipas a so...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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iMcctcb. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

iMcctcb. X A Sli Y. Tin; coxYKusiox ov inann: I 'KXNKUAI ici-nt— insm-.s A VISION WHICH CCTS ins CEIIT ON solan iir.MociiAT' .c (iKocNn. POST OKI-US . Coxinuiin-i- \ i{,iA,H , iwicli is in the Statu uv Kentucky.) J August 15, 'lstis. S Joy lo the world ! Elder Pemiebacker , wich, ever senee the Noo York Convenslnin, he/, bin a skoll'er and a sorehetl, is wunst more with the fold. There wit:' more rejoiein when he come hack than over all within the fold, for he wuz a venerable lamb wich lied gone astray. Like the prodigal son, we slaved for him the fatted calf. 1 wuz parliculary pleased with his return, lie wuz the kindest uv men , and made the best corn whisky in this seekshun. He lied alluz beeii iu the habit ov sendin, now and then, a jug lo his Pastor at the Post Ollis, but, senee his dissatislacshtin and consekent estrangenient, these dclekit nllenshuns, so gratefill to one in frail health hez hin intermitted. Rut this is all over, thank Heven. Yesterday niornin he come to...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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- One lii' xiih ' Mohss. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

- One lii' xiih ' Mohss. 0 li'iratio cue' Era;,,';.¦/. ¦ ¦ "¦'¦vinc'iir lie di,I cliniti :l ir, - Hi- chanco in Vcnni.n; to .,., -. ( 'clue (low ii Ho,-,ij,, . 'I'lie tree w.as ta!|, ;m ,| |„, ,;, ,[ , - ., ,, lie (lulu t see a clianeeat UU Come down Morniio. Then Kranky llltiir did curse imd sv.-tr l!!sc,ii'i,et hag 1„. iviuild pre|,arc . Keep cool l-'riniky. If Mniiie went worse, he would disne-e Hiinsclt anil Seymour in ,., hoarse Keep cool l"ianky. —Why is a washer-woman the most cruel person in the world . Hct-alls(.s),e daily wrings men's bosoms. —Put two persons in the same bed. room, one of whom has the toothache and the other is in love, and it, will be loimd (hat the person having the toothache will go to sleep lirst. —Don't sneeze too violentl y ! A man iii Nevada City sneezed his shoulder out of joint a week or two ago. Four men anil a surgeon e -ave it considerable puiliiifj to get it intu place again. — A Western editor describes the scene at a popular lecture th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Aft Harriet.*. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

Aft Harriet.*. Rill—Sog, du. Mose, we kuimnts das de 'publicans der Joe Obert ufgenuinnia hen for shreef, for er is yo elms fun un-cr beshty deinokrata ? Mose—Ei ties kann ich tier satiga. Der Joe. du weasht. tint cvva so an orrig grossy hisness. un er melmt titer set ebbas du for de doxa runner briga. so das er tin sei t'eely shal'leit v,n in seiner boiler factory shaffa ach an chance, hen for a living tsu madia. Rill—Yah awer. sog urn- amo'd, vc is dcst!ing:j Ich bin sure tins doh eppas lclx i--. for du weasht de "publicans in-isla drill' das tie shulda beiz.thlt wierra solla mil gold, tin awer tlor Sci-ntoycr mi miser party gehiia nei lor lictzahla mit denna greeiibox. for selly sin gout geiiimk. Mose-Don h'.isht rec'it. ttti awer. somehow, ich kann net mis reclma we sell gcdii kann warra, lor es sin vuslu tlrti hiinncrt un sivvatsich milliona didder greenbax rouse gevva. un de shtild is linf un (swiintsich liimuert milliona. un denmoch mista se noch ivvcr tsweh donsand m...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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GENEUAI: F.ASSY WHITE, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

GENEUAI: F.ASSY WHITE, Oi-' .INDIANA, PA., i.';-:i , ri::.i-"As ('A.\"]I :!>\T.'-: f .it SI'ATI: SKXATOI:.

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[i!y o::r spc hi Artist.] [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 11 September 1868

[i!y o::r spc hi Artist.] A FRIEND OF SEYMOUR After the Vermont Election.

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Twenty Reasons why Grant Slionld be Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Twenty Reasons why Grant Slionld be Elected. Because he has been proven to be a man of eminent ability, superior judgment and unswerving integrity. Because his patriotism is of the highest order, and his .services to the country during the rebellion, entitle him to the lasting gratitude of the people. Because in the administration of public affairs he has exhibited the highest order of administrative and executive talent. Because he is a moderate man, with no disposition to run into extremes or encourage violent and radical changes of policy, unless the necessity for such a course is pressing and urgent. Because his honest and unselfish deyotion to the public good commands the respect of all men who are not blind and bigotted partisans. Because he lias a moral courage to undertake whatever he believes to be right, and the pluck to execute whatever he undertakes. Because he is a firm believer in, genuine Democracy, and has a profound respect for the will of the people. Becaus...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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¦ JtdewMrvtwrMMe -Ftaets. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

¦ JtdewMrvtwrMMe -Ftaets. ' ¦ ' We challenge the contradiction, ef either of the following assertions, namely: That Grant and Colfax are the exponents of the party that has ever been firm and true to the country. That every true patriot in the South, who s^ood firm for the Union while in peril of life and property is a supporter <ef Grant and Colfix. That every true Unionist of the North, who never rejoioadat a. rebel victory or exulted over the defeat of the Union army, is a supporter of Grant and Colfax. That every rebel North and South wilL support Seymour and Blair. That every enemy of the United States Government will support Seymour and Blair. That every friend of the United States Government will support Grant and Colfax. ' .,';. ¦ That every NewYork rioter will support Seymour and Blair. That every sympathizer with the rebellion, North or South will support Seymour and Blair, and that if the prison doors could be thrown open «n the day of election, ninety-nine h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

"FATHERABKAHAM" 2S PtfBiJSHJSB EVERY miDAY —AT—THIRTY CENTS, IN ABVAKCE, FOR THIS OAHPAION. —BY—E. H. RAUCH & THOS. B. COCHKAN. NORTHEAST ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE, Adjoining W. O. Baker't Drug Store and J. Marthall tt Son's Shoe Store, ZAXCASTJin, FENlfA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

PR OPESSIONAL. TOHN B. GOOD, « ATTORNEY AT UW, Offlce: No. 56 East Kiug Street, Lancaster, Pa. j. ~ DiCF EY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—SOUTH QUEEN Street, second house below tho " Feuntalnn In," Lancaster, Pa. T B. LIVINGSTON, O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICK—No. 11 NORTHIJUKE Street, west side, north of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. PD . BAKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OF»ICE—With J. B. Livingston, NORTH DUES Street, Lancaster, Pa. BC. KBEADY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICK—With I. E. Hiester, NORTH DUKE Street, near tho Court House, Lancaster, Pa. riHAELES DENUES, KJ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICII—No.3 SOUTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pu. BF. B AER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. M. LEAMAN ~ " ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. S NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T K. BUTTER, ~ U . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICK—With General .1. W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. EDGAR C. REED, ~" ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICB—No. 10 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T . B . A M W A K E , O . ATTOR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

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¦" ' ' iDIIU lim.l W* M f l|Bil*flWi!*'WHr>=»=Jy -*» Explanation Jkake*<r*g. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

¦" ' ' iDIIU lim.l W* Mf l|Bil*flWi!*'WHr>=»=Jy -*» Explanation Jkake*<r*g. WittG&etttfllTEi- Id* ftt*** tts ^ith another l«He»»^]Mafitil^ t» FdmSrrtanlans thekillih^gritKrgeok brothers—two young men from Lancaster county hiJZSS?*** , ^natter, quiet tastes, bar<^iii« ngvi*t j itatouil and inoffensive d^Jed ° aS'2«2?V- ^211 * **<»»y murwgp&ai&S^ chivalrous andgentla co^nmju^? Th^» was not a man9r court in JasslssmSi to $o themjustice or fcfo ^ ifflSP,? dress. Now , if Q^n^rajW ij^taento this case, or any one 6t «ha h^mdreds of others concettiing which he can get full infoanatlon add,sworn evidence «t any time, and explain It satisfactorily, he will do something whfcH #111 tfhr<hW the ea^ Of the Northdrh peopleTb^fcjlo 'declamatory assertioHS ted tague " schoolgirl generalities, we want none of them. We are past that stage.

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-««*-w» w j Grant for President. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

-««*-w» w j Grant for President. Let tlit; rebels writlio oud wrangle, And blow and puff away, Let them quarrel, fi ^ lit ami jangle Like Imngry birds of prey; But we will have a won't ov two—Who dares to say we shan't i" The votes of all the J Joys in Blue Will shower down for Grant. When the rebels proudly flaunted Their r,i;j; above the land, And men alone were wanted, And a hero to command, Some whispered, " You can whip them," Some nuitteted, " No, you can't;". I3ut our hero marched upon them, Brave Appomattox Grant! Are brains the one thing fitting To make a worthy chief? Then look at Giant's outwitting Tlie rebels all, in brief. Or ask you now for loyalty, So calm, heroic, great? His shines with Nature's royalty, Alike in camp and StaU\ Be this our nomination, In gratitude and pride, In love and admiration, A strong, resistless tide. And we must havea word or two—Who dares to say we shan't ? The votes of all the Boys in Blue, Will shower down for Grant. —The Soldiers Fr...

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. m ^ m . Gen. Grant in his Galena Some. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

. m ^ m . Gen. Grant in his Galena Some. ) A correspondent of the Chicago Pott enjoyed an interview, last week, with our great Captain, in the mansion , which his fellow-townsmen built add furnished for him after the close of the war. The house, which is on the east side,of the Galena River, on an * eminence command ing a charming view of much of the surrounding country, is a very plain brick structure; not mere costly turn the hottste of any well-to-do Illinois fartnek< ought to be. A parlor extends, across the Ijrpnt, 20x16, an4 la the showroom of the bouse; behmd is a short cFoss haU. eliding at tife dining foam door. Opposite tte parWr door dpans the library, sixteen, feat square, , plainly fitted.up withjthe ftwnifm» »j||t^bto,for sueh*» , apartment,iik A. SStdw ^!tl at right^ngles w^a tWt AW* wbieh the mala ehtrance opens, leads to the kitchea and closBtsinitto rear , and out of this hall springs. ar,%lAt w^^K^cTOla^i twtHstory bouse, -with font 'room*; exclusive ...

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JtfiSttllaiWOttS *$> „_..„-.... [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

JtfiSttllaiWOttS *$> „_..„-.... Maine! " Have you heard tho news from, Maine ?" The great northeastern State ¦ Which opens into Yankee-land A mighty granite gate. There Treason hoped to rule, And theue it writhes in pain ; 15ut they've turned the tide to the other side Hurrah for the news from Maine! " Have you heard the news from Maine ?" 'Tis a question old, you know ; They asked if, ere tlie boys were born,.. ;> Some thirty years ago. It meant that " men had heard Of overwhelming gain; And for me and yott it still is true : We have heard the news from Maine! "Have you heard the news from Maine ? Do you hear the shouts afar ?" We have gained the second, victory In slavery's second war, Ainl wo shall hoar those shouts Again, and yet again. Cheer, voice and hand thro' all the land : We have heard the news from Maine. " Have yon heard the news from Maine ?" In the main we're always right, And what she is she'll still remain, In every coming light. i'iiss, pass the...

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The Republican Party. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

The Republican Party. During six years of severe trial , the Republicun. party vindicated its capacity and right to govern the country. Its statesmanship and patriotism are patent, and arc acknowledged by the governments of the Old World, who have regarded our struggles and heroism with wonder and admiration. Step by step as the lie hellion progressed, the Bepubhcan party rose above the noise and smoke of battle, and taking a broad survey of the situattou, always moved forward with better results. The opinion, prophetically proclaimed by the wise and good Lincoln, that this government could not exist half slave and half free, became the settled conviction of the leading men of the North, and, yielding to the demands of a common, patriotic and humane impulse j now became a measure of safety to the imperilled republic. Emancipation by the Government was resolved on. This beneficient measure filled the hearts of the good with courage and satisfaction, and forever forbade rebell...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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-^-—-•»- Pacts to be Remembered. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

-^-—-•»- Pacts to be Remembered. It is a fact: 1st. That the so-e al^P» Democratic party threatenedrifflVom- ^ menced and carried on the^J^the re-2. That the leaders of the Democratic ( party were the leaders of the rebellions 3. THat the Democratic * paifv- eo* trolled the States in rebellion. 4. That the Democratic party opposed every measure of the government to suppress the rebellion. 5. That the Democratic party discouraged enlistments into the Union army and resisted the draft. 6. That the Democratic party gave aid and comfort to the rebels in arms during the war. 7. That the Democratic partyrefused to give our brave and patriotic soldiers , in the field, fighting for the life of the nation, the right to vote. 8. That the Democratic party opposed every measure adopted by Congress to restore peace, harmony and security to the country. > 9. That the Democratic party, by forcing Upon the country, without a cause, a long, bloody and expensive war, created a vast pubbe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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How the Soldiers You. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

How the Soldiers You. During the war , when the question arose, "How shall the soldiers fighting in the field be , enabled to cast " their vote > ?': The " RepubL'tar . Legislature, unanimously said," If there is no provision made for this purpose, let us alter our laws and constitutions so that all who fight may vote." And they all did so, but not one Democratic Legislature agreed. New Jersey, Indiana, and Illinois elected Democratic Legislatures ill 1802, and their soldiers didnot vote in 1864. Every Republican State, controlled by earnest Republicans, granted this first of franchises to the volunteers. Even Kentuck y and Maryland , under their loyal administrations, permitted then* soldiery to vote. Let the boys in blue—the comrades of the dead—remember this. They showed their intelligent appreciation of the feelings of the respective parties toward them by their vote in 1864, and they will show it again in 18G8. "We append the result of the soldiers' vote in 1864 in...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Boys in Bhiati; [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Boys in Bhiati; Remember that tin Democracy, as a party, systematically, coBsiatantly, »nd officially opposed conscription to fill up the ranks ef the army In its hour of danger—<iiscottraged etiHstmAnti 8M*vdltmteermg.aiid depreciated the p«Wio credit, thereby lowering the pay of those sot #019 who wdre' il th« netfL 1 ¦ *JUSOUB <W« lasted-Uta we stump, urbn^h^RepreM, I? ?°^M*K^WW&"&*l^ f** i State ano; National, and,b y the decisions from the bench, 'oVer and over again-, represented by~Oqppt)rlKtnd judges. when ttrt?•war ^ras fcapVrrjMiver the Copperheads declared it a failure. They s^nftied np itt^,history as "debt, slaughter and disgrace. " They pronounced ¦• the soldier Fb be a moral ulcer on the ' bod y politic. '' They refused to thank him for his'labors; They growled at the burden of the debt iacurrod to pay and p ension him. They pooh-poohed his,cjaim to regard—asserted inat after all he had not .done much, and that Andersonville and Lib...

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What a Soldier .Thinks^^^^^^ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

What a Soldier .Thinks^^^^^^ A Northumberland county^^^^^^^ writes the following to the J^^^^^^^ nal. It is full of truth and W^^^^^M rusal. Read it: :^sa^sa^sa SOLDIEBS :—The great P^^^^^^^^^ opened. The curtain has been bfl^^^^^^^H the test la to be made— wbewip^^^^^^ Union men shall rule the laad jnM^^^^^I whether all the battles that were "M^^^^^l hlood was lost in vain—whether IP^^^^^^^H throughout the land which wew JH^^^^^^H dread " missive telling them tteii > (H^^^^^^H given up his lite for Us roun tfy^fMH^|^^ cause which they will Mush Igipl^H^^ whether all the blood and '^PPKifl^^^^l freely shall live as monuments of a jflH|H^^ triumphant—whether, In after yean, fqHHHH orphans can say with pride my father dift&pM&l his country. Conkades—men Who stqMCsjPfl the front for years, it is for you to say-fey JSRftjJ ballots whether this shall or shall not be—*s^ a B whether the "lost cause" shall trfumph. YOUTS' J is the prize if you will but grasp it...

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