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

The Reason. Voter, if on the day of the October election, any man asks you why you support John F. Hartranft, tell him because Ilartranft was willing, in the hour of his country's danger, to abandon the mischievous dogmas of his old political faith, that he might the' better aid i:i (be vindication of the Constitution and the Laws, in the effort to sustain the national authority. And if any man ask of the same voter why he supports John M. Campbell, answer because he was willing to do battle in defense of his political principles. m — » [C7"BE ASSESSED.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Great West. . [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

The Great West. . From every State of the Great West we have the most encouraging assurances of overwhelming victories. Maryland and Kentucky are the only two States that may be regarded sure for "der Seimoyer."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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m .—. Attention , Voters! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

m .—. Attention , Voters! Are you assessed ? If you are not able to answer this question, take the first leisure moment you have and visit the assessor of your ward, and see that you are properly on the list, and your name spelt correctly. Then be sure you hare paid a State or county tax within two years.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

V' REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. t_ "MATCH 'EM." I JJmWmWmmm^m^tmmSlSS^ IfL ja&mmmm9m^mWS^£&%- V^^^^^^^^^^HS$Jfl«ii!iisisisW^^i^iisisisisisisisV!iP ^^mWmm^m^mm^Lm m^m'm%r^ y^S^%iI A^LmmmlmmVSSI^ * ^IB^^srB^a^ lK^ nWWI1 J ^JJ B^^C S^K E^^ AT^TJOA^lL TICKET. !'i-ri-l,-i,t: \ (Jen. ULYSM!-:!^ S. <"i;; .\XT, j^*^ OF THE UNITED STATES. t ' Vice President: SCHUYLER COLFAX, » OF INDIANA.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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fttttl |tCttfS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

fttttl |tCttfS. ICT-BE ASSESSED. m PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD TIME : A new schedule for the running of passenger trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad went into effect on Monday, September 14th. The following table shows the time at which the trains leave this cltv BASTWABD. WE8TWARD Phila. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie Mall 2 00am Fast Line 6.38 " Phila. Express fcii » Lane.Train.... 9:03 " Mail ..... lffit <• Day Express... 2:11p.m. Fast Line 2: 20i»m HarrlsVg Ac.. 6:15 " Columbia Ac.. a-S '• Clnein. Ex 10:4T " Harrlsburg Ac. K« " Lancaster Train f:9B " Cincinnati Ex.. Vtisa * < • REPUBLICAN R ALLY AT GOODVILLE. —A large and interesting meeting was held at Goodville, East Earl township, on Thursday afternoon and even 'ng of last week; officers as follows : President, W. 11. II. Kinzer; Vice-Presidents. John S. Weaver, J- II. High, J. Ranck, T. A. Kinzer and S. E. Ranck, of East Earl; D. Styer, J. S. Hurst, Dr. J. II. Long, Prof. T- II. lleifsnydcr and J oseph Shertz, of C...

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

NE W AD VERTISEMENTS. TOILNP. REA, » . ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offlco with O. J. Dickey, Esq., No. 21 South Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. pUBLIC SALE. On WEDNESDAY, the 23d Of SEPTEMBER, 1868, will be sold at Public Sale, on the premises, at ZOOK'S FACTOSY, 4J > West Earl Township, Lancaster county, the following valuable Real Estate, to wit j A FARM of 65 Seres df Hand, more or lees, adjoining the CocaUco Creek, and landB of Samuel Brown.PetW! Mnmmai .John K, Zook, and S*£f2ti.9IOTi <!» ^ erected a Two STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, "with a Two Story Brick Kitchen attached; *fia»e SununenHouse, BANK BARN, Wagon SaeOaiidCarriage House attached; Hog-Sty, a one antf a llalf story FftAME TENANT . HOUSE) an* other outbuildings; a Well of food ahd neverflaillBg water, with pomp therein, near the house door, and a Rain Water Cistern, with pump therein near the kitchen door, alas, a (WeU with pump In tha Barn Yard,1 and Two Wells Of .running v*V» neat the Tenant House: a Totrqg'. Be...

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

|tfpW READY THE GRANT AND COLFAX BADGES On Blue Satin—Motto and Portrait, Price, 26 cts. Grant Sleeve Buttons, 80 cts.' Seve'nty-Five different Style Badges. Medals from S cents to SO. Any of the above sent free by mail upon receipt of price. Agents wanted to attend meetings, supply clubs, &c., Address U. S. BADGE COMPANY, au'21-4t ,: Hanover, Pa.

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

\ a FLINN'S HOUSE FURNISHING STORE, No. 11 North Queen St. , Lancaster, Pa. Ice Cream Freeze™. Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Tin and Copper Ware, Wooden Ware, BritlaniaWare, Bird Cages, Step Ladders, Brooms and Brushes, Knives itfd Works, Tea and Table Spoons, Ooft'ee Mills, &c, Coal Oil Chandeliers for Halls, Lyceums, fire, Coal Oil Lamps, Brackets, &e., Pumps, Hydraulic Bams, Water Pipes, &c. A very fine assortment of HOUSE FURNISH-1NG GOODS, of all kinds, at A. C. FLINN'S, House Furnishing Store, No. 11 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.

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

i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. j T ANCASTER FILE AND EDGE TOOL WORKS, LANCASTER, PA. Manufactory of Files, Rasps and Edge Tools. ri RANT & COLFAX I Beautiful Oil Portraits in richly Gilt Oval FrameB of the Standard Hearers of tho Republican party are now offered to tlie friends of our cause. The Agent will call personally for orders. Prices low, and sure to suit purchasers. H. SIMMONS. FLAGS, FIREWORKS, dec. VmT'^Zr 1868. FLAGS! ^^^SSE^ FLAGS! FOR JULY FOURTH AND PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN We have now on hand ami have made arrange-| m"iits with manur'aeuin r* to furnish, at shortest notic; ami cheapest rates, FLAGS Of all sizes and qualities. SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIM, d-c. EVERY VARIETT OT FIREWORKS —FOR—FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBITIONS, PROCESSIONS, dec. All orders in person or mail will receive prompt attention by D. S. & J. S. BURSK, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER. CONFECTIONER Y. JOSEPH JtOYER, Wholesale and Retail Confectioner, Dealer...

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

| BOOKS «© STA TIONER Y. TJARR'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL DIRECTORS, TEACHERS, PARENTS . .. AND SCHOLARS, TAKE NOTICE. We invite the attention of School Directors and Teachers to our large stock of School Hooks and extensive arrangements with the large Publishing Houses ot Pliiladolphia, New York and Boston. ; We pay special attention to the interests of Directors and Teachers, and are prepared to supply townships at even better rates than ever before. Directors who contemplate changing Books, will And it greatly U> thuir advantage to call upon us, as our arrangements witli publishers enable us to furnish Books for introduction at the very lowest publisher's rates. Our stock of School Stationery is i also very large and well selected, and our facilities for furnishing Olobes, Charts and Maps can not be surpassed. ALL NEW BOOKS RHCEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE PRESS. All the new styles of American, French and English Note and Letter Papers, with Envelopes to match. All Paper an...

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

? • - j* BOOTS AND SHOES. * '¦¦¦ - > - ' • T MARSHALL & SON'S HOOT AND MIOE STORE, CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA. CAMPAIGN OF 1868. NOW IS THE TIME FOR VICTORY! We have started the Campaign by laying in a fresh, Btock of BOOTS AND SHOES. 2~ > C*ses Tjadies' Gaiters. 27) Cases Misses Gaiters. 2~ > Cases Children's Gaiters. ' 2o Cases Hoys' Shoes. 25 Cases Men's Shoes. 25 Cases Men's and Boys' Boots. Give us a call. We offer inducements never before offered. Our work is of the best quality. Don1 forget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE. COAL. TJiIILER , BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN COAL, 0 Of the best quality. YARD—COR. WATER ST. & PENNA. R. R. OFFICE—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER, PA. XT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IN COAL OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION, NORTH PRINCE STREET, NEAR THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD LANCASTER, PA. INSURANCE. rpiIE OLD PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. ACCUMULATED CAPITAL $3,000,000 After ...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Mrief Fum Schwefflebrenner. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Mrief Fum Schwefflebrenner. SCHLIFFLETOWX, Sept. 15,1808. MISDER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER —Deer Sur: Yetz awer tluna unser Schliffletown shtedler awfonga ufreerish woerra fun weaya meer. Ich hab fergessa der tsu mentiona das sellamohls we ich sell beevel aid g'numma hab nix tsu drinka, un aw funs Kitzelderfer's week bleiva for eh woch, weil de Bevvy es "Tttimmy shtanda will, das we de woch bus war hut se mich noch amohl shweara macha for a gonser moonat. Yetz-is es shun drei wocha das ich nix meh genurnma hab, un gons week geblivva bin funs Kitzelderfer's, un wann ich draw denk we feel huimert mob.1 das so mich als gedreat hen dort, un we se ehmals de demokratishe party sacha dort explaina, un we uft ich als sivva uf g'shpeelt hab for de drinks, donn mus ich sauga das es ordlich horfc geat dort week tsu bleiva. Forgeshter we ich dort ferbei bin uf der onner side hab ich g'seh das de keerls mich gewatchd hen, un das seller longbehnich lawyer fun der shtadt dort war, un donn hab i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Bthcttb. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Bthcttb. Josh. Billings' Answers to Correspondents. "Barnacle."—I kant tell ye exactly when the " Gettysburg Asylum Gift Lottery" will draw , but probably, like other pick-pockets, the next good chance they get. " Bummer.—When I here a man bragging about hiz ancestors, it alwas makes me feel bad—for the ancestors. " UiHy."—Beuty iz like molassis, very good ointment, but sickish for stiddy diet. " Benzine."—Men who have a great deal to do with hosses, seem to demoralize faster than the hosses do. Hosses arelike dice and kards, although they arc virtous enough themselves, how natural it is to gambol with them. Hosses love tho society of man, and being susceptible uv grate deceit, they will learn a man to cheat and lie before he knows it. I know lots folks who are real pius, and who are honest enuffto workup into united estate assessors, and such good moral chunks left over, but when they come to tork boss, they want as much looken after as a case of dipthery. " Bronk."—Club-hous...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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COL. 0. J. DICKEY, of Lancaster, Pa [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

COL. 0. J. DICKEY, of Lancaster, Pa REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR CONGRESS , AS THE SUCCESSOR OF HON. THAUDEUS STEVENS , DECEASED.

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Hans Von Spiegel's IthofJulij Oration. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Hans Von Spiegel's IthofJulij Oration. VELLOW ZITIZENS:—Vot for me meets here to-day, hey ? Vot you say? Is it yusht a leedle bic-nic for noddings, or is it another tarn horse race ? I dells you vot for. We meets to-day to zelebrate der Vourth of Yuly, which, by reading your Almanaces you vill see goomes on the third day Yuly this year. In some goontries it goomes on the finnfe day, which is the reason they don't zelebrate all der vile. Der Vourth mit Yuly pese a krate feller. He governs der whole American gontinent. His right hand sits tywn on Maine, unt his left hand stands upon California. He scratches his head mit de forest of Alaska , unt fioaks his corns in der Kulf of Mexican Moos tang Lhianient I Long time leedle wile ago, de Vourth of Yuly was yoost a leedle poy. He lanted from a Hampurg shtemer at Philadelphia in seventeen noonertuntzeventy-zex, unt he has peen a pooty poy ever . Der Vourth of Yul y is a Pig Ding, and he has ton pig dings for gis goontry. lie pring...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Proposals Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Proposals Wanted. A racy correspondent ot an American cotemporary extends an invitation to the fair sex to send in proposals, giving the following specifications: The undersigned, feeling the need of some one to ted fault with ana grumble at when business goes wrong; and being lonely, with no one to hate mm, and having arrived at the proper age, has therefore determined to "come out 1" Sealed proposals will be received until twelve p'clockyP. M., on the' jSIst of December. 1868. , .i Applicants must possess beauty, or its equivalent in currency. She must not chew gum. Nor frequent sewing circfeg. Nor go around begging lor charitable purposes. Nor trade off my cloth . es to wandering Italians for flower vases. Nor borrow money from'1 niy vestpockets while I sleep. She must believe in sudden attacks of chills, and make allowances for their effect upon the nervous system. ¦ -i When her "old bear" come* home frota "a few friends" rather affectionate, She must not take advantage'...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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¦ Read it , Soldiers/ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

¦ Read it , Soldiers/ me reDeis nave got JKobertOuld, rebel Commissioner of exchange of Prisoners, to write a letter denouncing Grant's course on that subject. Before he consented to mix in that controversy, he should have seen that this extract from a letter he wrote glorifying his manage ment of this subject , had been destroyed " The arrangement I have made vMrMargm to our favor. We get rid of a set of miserable wretches, and receive" tome of the.bett mmerW lever earn."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Contrast. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

The Contrast. The ordinary expenses of the Government for the last three years has been §298,840 ,371, or a little over $92 ,000,000 a years. The expenses of the last fiscal year uutler the Democratic administration of James Buchanan amounted to • •$7G ,841,000 Equal to a currency equivalent at the average of 140 for gold, the rate at which our expenditures should be taken if onr currency expenses be reduced to gold, to $107,577,400 It therefore appears that the expenses of the Government under the direction of a Republican Congress, hampered by a hostile Executive, liave been at the rate of $15,500,000 less per annum than the expenses under the last year of Democratic rule. Thanks to Republican extravagance.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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To the Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

To the Farmers. The real estate in Pennsylvania in 1800 was, according to tlie census, valued at $1,416,501,818. All this large amount of property, under statute passed by a Republican Legislature, is exempted from State taxation , and the United States at present lays no land tax. The Democracy, in the fourth section of their platform, call for equal taxation on all forms of property. This includes farms, mountain lots, town lots, homesteads, and mortgages and judgments secured by real estate. Farmers of Pennsylvania, read and ponder well that plank: " Fourth. Equal taxation of every species of property according to its real value, including Government bonds and other securities."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Information Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 18 September 1868

Information Wanted. The victims of rebel cruelty at Andersonville and Belle Isle want to know how their old keepers are going to vote in the coming election. They remember hearing, from their stockades and prison-pens, the humane and benevolent men who stood guard over them, rend the air with cheers at the election of Seymour as Governor of New York in 1862; and they are curious to know if these men are as laud in his praise now as then, and whether, now that they have the opportunity, they will vote for him for President. Can General Rosecrans or his friends Lee, and Beauregard, and others of that answer? in ¦ — —

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