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Gen- DIJC for Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Gen- DIJC for Grant. PATKIOT1SM ABOVE PAKTY ! We call attention to the following letter from Gen. Dix, our Minister to France. The General is a Democrat—not a Copperhead rebel. He is the same man who was Secretary of War under Buchanan, after the traitor Floyd had resigned, and delivered the celebrated order : " If any man attempts to take down the American flag, SHOOT mil ON TIIE SPOT," much to the disgust ofthe Northern dough-faces and rebels, and who wrote to Seymour, when Governor of the State of New York, during the bloody aud incendiary riots of July, 1863, iu thc city of New York, "that he had men enough to take care of the rioters , and you (Seymour) too." He was on the wrong track for awhile, and presided at the celebrated "Bread and Butter" Convention in Philadelphia, in August, 1806, has since been a supporter of Johnson's policy, and was sent as minister to France last winter by that Great Criminal. But read the following: PAWS, Sept. 4,180S.—My Dear Sir—lt was m...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

"FATHER ABRAHAM" JS 1'UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY —AT—THIRTY CENTS, IN ADVANCE, FOB THE CAMPAIGN. —BY—E. H. ItAUCH &, THOS. IS. COCHRAN. ' ^j JJOKTlIEAST ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE, ' fjf tiling W. G. Baktr's Drug Stort and J. Marshall ' - .* tC .Son's .Shoe .Store, Z A KCA S TEIt, l'EXNA.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

PROFESSION A L. TOIIX B. GOOD, «* ATTOKNKY AT LAW, Office: No. rs; I'ast King Street, Lancaster, P:I. OJ . DICKEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OKFII K —SOUTH OULI'X Street, second house below the *' Feuinaiiin In," Liinciister. I'll. T Ii. LIVINGSTON, O . ATToKNI-Y AT LAW. OKFK-E —Nc>. 11 NORTH lil'Ki: Street. wist -idc, north of the ('.mil limiM-. L;mi-;isti.-r. .I'll. PD . 15 A K E II , ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oi.-,,-HE—With .1. II. Livingston, NoRIIi IJL'KJ.' Street, Liiiii-Hster. J'n. 1> C . K 11 E A D Y , > . AT'l'oltNKY AT LAW. OKFICK—With 1. E. Hi-ster. NORTH DUKE Street, near Ihe Corn Iluiisc, Liinciister, Pa. riHAKLES DEXUES. \ J ATTORNEY AT LAW, oi-FHK—Nn. 3 SOUTH DIKE Street, Lancaster, ¦ Pa. ATTORNEY AT LAW, OKFicB—No. 10 NORTH 1)1' KE Street. Lancaster. 1'a. WM . E E A M A N , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE— Ne. ;*) NORTH DUKE Street, Limcastf-j- . J'a. T K . 11 U T T E K , O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With General .1. V.'. Fi.-litr, NORTH DUKE Strict, Lancaster, l'a. EDGA...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

THE pro-rebel papers are consolinothemselves with the idea that Vermont and Maine will go -Democratic' in twentyfive or thirty-years, if it 'keeps on.' This is hardly probable, as the number of school houses and churches are increasing rather than diminishing. . «-—> »¦ IT is a mistake to suppose that the Democracy has adopted the Grecian bend. Its present peculiar position should, in reality, be attributed to the fact that it is trying to recover the wind which was knocked out of it bv the terrible fciiUw* 4« IvvCiVCi* U'Utii jiuiut.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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flrtisccll'mcous. &?¦ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

flrtisccll'mcous. &?¦ Before, Durino, Since. 11Y A PATRIOT. Though thou that art betrayed do feel the treason sharply, yet, the traitor stands in -worse case of woe.—Siatltexpeare. TiiAiTOH.—One who, in the breach of trust, delivers liis trust to ils enemy. ('ne who betrays his trust.— Wchxter. When Southrons in their cherished hate, Resolved on separation, And claimed that every Federal State Was. iu itself, a nation, Where stood Horatio Seymour? And when they caused wide-spread alarms, 1'y their assumed transcendance, And madly sought, by fore" of amis, To 'SM\\ their independence, What said Horatio Seymour? And when "Old Abe.- ' the President, Most kindly did apprise them, If they did not at, once repent, He surely would chastise them. AVhat did Horatio Seymour? Ami when ftt length the war began. And patriots feared and trembled, Which was the party—who the man, Tha! in that hour dissembled '.' Was ¦;• IJnr.it'o Seymour? And when .Yew Yoik was hideous made. P.v moi....

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
An Eloquent a ltd Forcible Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

An Eloquent a ltd Forcible Appeal. READ IT ALL. AVe publish the concluding sentences from the great speech of Senator Morton, of Indiana, delivered in Philadelphia, on Thursday evening, last yveek Let every one read and act upon it: " Let me appeal to the soldier, the Union soldier, to stand by his great leader—to stand by the party that rejoiced in his victories, and wept over his defeats; that fed and clothed him during the war; that, nursed him when sick and wounded; that, will love and honor him while living, and mourn over him when dead. Let me appeal to the laboring mini to stand by tlie party that would make labor honorable, and give to it its just rewards; that would place the burden of taxation upon the rich and itlioii capital, and make smooth and easy the path that leads from labor to wealth. Let me appeal to the banker, the merchant, the manufacturer, the man of capital, to stand by the parly that will give repose to the country and stability to business everywhere...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
THADDEUS S TEVENS —When Senator [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

THADDEUS S TEVENS —When Senator Sherman, of Ohio, was in the House, he served on a committee with Thaddeus Stevens, and the latter, on several occasions, asked him to frank some letters for him. Upon an inquiry why Mr. S. did not frank them himself, it appeared that he was enclosing small sums of money to various poor people, but did not wish to be known to them as their benefactor. Such was the quiet benevolence of the Via '. giU.livUiJi'. .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Democratic Alphabet, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Democratic Alphabet, A—Andersonville, a place where the Democratic rebels starved 12,000 Union prisoners to death. B—Bull Run. tlie name of a battle where the Democratic rebels defeated tho Union soldiers; the anniversary of this battle is always a source of joy to the Democrats. Beauregard, a good Democrat, who wrote to tlie rebel Democratic Secretary of War at Richmond, in 1SG2, that it yvas time to hoist the black Hag and kill the Union prisoners by the garrote. C—Canada, an English province, from where raids were made into tbe United States by Democratic rebels. Chambersburg; a town in Pennsylvania, which was nearly burned down by Democratic rebels under Mc-(,'lausland. I)—Jeff Davis, tbe head of thc Democratic rebellion. Fort Donelson, where V. S. Grant made his first speech to the Democrats who were in possession of that place. E—Emissaries were sent during tlie rebellion by tlie Democrats fo Franco and England to persuade those governments to help destroy our Republic. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Seymour's Statesmanship. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Seymour's Statesmanship. THE Oneida (N. Y.) Dispatch has found out why Seymour is a statesman: Because he is a war man in time of ?eace, and a peace man in time of war. n peace he is invincible, in war he is invisible. He never had anything to do with national affairs, but to oppose the draft and to denounce the Union soldiers as " invaders and Lincoln hirelings." ^Jtiii U * aU * * '*Ukte *. .i1 ' '« iCabOHr-^..-*.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Height of Impudence. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

The Height of Impudence. It is the heightof impudence for Wade Hampton, or any other paroled rebel, to tell the people of tlie United States upon what terms they can have peace. It is the height of impudence for either branch of the Copperhead party to complain of a national debt created and imposed upon the country by one portion of them taking up arms to destroy the Union, and the other portion encouraging them in tlie effort. It is the height of impudence for the Copperhead leaders, Soutn and North, to prate against disfranchisement of a few individuals on account of treason , when their avowed purpose is to disfranchise four millions of people oir account of complexion. It is the height of impudence for George II. Pendleton to oiler to pay thc national debt in greenbacks after predicting, as he did in 1S02, that the entire issue of United Stales notes would become worthless in the hands ofthe holders. It is thc height of impudence for the Copperhead party to take the sac...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
J Short Democratic Catechism. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

J Short Democratic Catechism. Who fired the first gun ofthe rebellion ? Democrats. , Who have always favored a dissolution ofthe. Union? Democrats. Who were the leaders of tho rebellion ? Democrats. Who controlled the States iu rebellion ? Democrats. Wiiat party opposed every measure of the Government to suppress the rebellion ' t The Democratic party. Who caused tlie immense debt of our country. Democrats. Who have always declared the war a failure'} Democrats. Who are now butchering Union men in Texas by tlie hundreds? Democrats ' i "Who are tlie leaders of the Kit Klux Klan ? Democrats. Who went to New York a few years ago with their carpet-bags filled with combustible material, and attempted to destroy that city by fire? Democrats. Who callee Union soldiers hirelings , dogs and lawless cut-throats? Democrats. Who say that if Seymour and Blair are elected they will win what the Soutli was lighting for? Democrats.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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OUR TERMS [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

OUR TERMS GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS ! '' FATHER ABRAHAM" will be furnished at the following rates: One copy for 30c. Five copies in a package to one address ^ 81.25 Ten copies in a package to one address $2.00 Fifty copies in a package to one address $8-00 There will be no further reduction of price during the campaign. Persons getting up clubs will bear in mind that, at the above rates, we cannot address each paper, but only seSd them in packages as may be directed by those getting up the club.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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— -^ ^ Col. John W. Forney [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

— -^ ^ Col. John W. Forney Will address meetings in Lancaster county, as follows: NEW* HOLLAND , Thursday, Oct. 8th, afternoon. MILLEUSVILLE , Friday, Oct. 9th, afternoon. SAFE HARBOR, Friday, Oct. 9th, evening. PEACH BOTTOM , Saturday, Oct. 10th, afternoen. -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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To Irishmen. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

To Irishmen. WHILE the Democratic leaders are crying out that this is a white man's Government , and are especially zealous in exciting the ire of the Irish Catholics against the black man , the Cincinnati Telegraph , the leading organ of the Catholic Church of the West, edited by the Very Rev. Edward Purcell (formerly so well known iu Lancaster,) and brother of the Rt. Rev. Archbishop Purcell , says: The Catholic Church has always done this £madeno distinction of color in their parish schools]. Black and whites study and recite and eat side by side at the College ofthe Propaganda, Kome. There are now seventeen negroes being educated for Priests in one institution in Naples. Last year a negro stuUent carried off the highest prize at the Prc-poganda, Rome. The same equality prevails in hei churches throughout the world.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Matfetr J^rajjam's feps [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Matfetr J^rajjam's feps THE Democratic party has become a treasonable faction; it proposes to elect a President forthe purpose of overthrowing the laws, and offers no policy which does not involve revolution and war. A vote for Hartranft and Campbell is a vote for economy, peace and prosperity ; but a vote for Boyle and Ent , their opponents on the State ticket, is a vote for Seymour and Blair, and financial rum. REPUBLICANS, we vote twice for Grant this fall; once on the 13th day of October, and again on the 3d day of November. THE Republicans of Nothampton aud Lehigh are working like beavers—so are those of Carbon. These are heavy Democratic counties; but every Republican vote counts as heavil y as if it were thrown in Lancaster or Allegheny. "IF ," as a rebel sheet says, "hell is Eeopled with such men as Brownlow ," ow terrible will be the condition of Democrats in that locality! SEYMOUR is a zealous advocate of the reduction of our army. Those yvho did so much to reduce ou...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Glorious Old Lancaster! Twenty Thousand Freemen in Council! Acres of Republicans and Miles of Processions ! Tuesday, the 29th, will long be remembered as the day of the greatest political gathering within thc recollection of tbe oldest inhabitant. Before nine o'clock in the morning the city was apparently full, and a continuous tide of human beings pouring in from every direction. The procession, yvhich we cannot undertake to describe for want of space, was three miles in length, and among the distinguished individuals composing it, was " Der Pit Sehwcfflcbrcnner un de Bevvy, fun Schlifflctown." Bands of music, banners, ladies and fine horses were innumerable. The principal speakers on the common, where tliree large stands were erected, were Governor Geary, Senator Patterson of N. II., Hon. Galusha A. Grow and Gen. Kilpatrick. An immense meeting was held at Fulton Hall in the evening, which was addressed bv r Stockctt Mathews, Esq., Gen. Kilpatrick aud Gen. Crawford.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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¦ ».»?. Horatio's Statesmanship! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

¦ ».»?. Horatio's Statesmanship! It is remarkable that when nothing yvas to be saved but the country, Mr. Seymour declared that the Government had no power to -- coerce'' rebels, and that when thc rebels began to "coerce" the Government Mr. Seymour retired to the frontier of Minnesota. The New York Herald says " Seymour can talk more without saying anything, and write more without meaning anything than any other man yve know." There was an enormous conspiracy against the Government. For two years it had made bloody war. Its intention wa» frankly expressed, its objects plainly denned. It aimed at a dissolution of the Union by means of forcible revolution, and Mr. Seymour, the statesman, was for CONCILIATION. The rebels demanded a separation because of what they alleged to have been a radical and essential incompatibility, and Mr. Seymour, the statesman, suggeated CONCILIATION. They boldly and defianly refused to obey the laws and Mr. Seymour, the statesman, says "LET'S CONCIL...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Buckeye State. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

The Buckeye State. We enjoyed tlie honor of addressing the Republicans of Massillon and Canton , Stark county, Ohio, on Friday and Saturday evening last. Owing to tho very unfavorable State of tho weather , the Massillion meeting was not as large was expected. Thc meeting at Canton, on Saturday evening, yvas decidedly one of the largest and most enthusiastic local gathering yve ever attended. An unsurpassed Republican glee club contributed largely to tho enthusiasm which characterized tlie meeting. Dr. C. Garber , formerly of this county presided over the meeting. On tlie night of thc 13th instant, tlie Buckeye Boys will send us some thundering election figures—not less than 25,000 Republican majority in the State. Canton is a beautiful and progressive young city of SOOil inhabitants, and the seat of Stark County, located one hundredmiles v est of Pittsburg. The streets are from i:V; y to seventy feet wide, and many fine new buildings, including a magnificent Court House,are...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Pnr O^orrcsponbena [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Pnr O^orrcsponbena <'i.;::- i; o;. Yo;,-ic Cu.. U.S., ) . - • ¦•;¦ ¦- . ,-i h. ).-<:-. S MESMSS. EM TORS: I herewith enclose you the fourth club for FATHER ABRAHAM, and amount for thc same. Politi.-al affairs are very encouraging here, and we expect a larger Republican majority in our little township than ever before. Many honest Democrats arc seeking after truth, and becoming gradually indoctrinated in sound Republican principles. They begin to see the folly of remaining with a party far behind the spirit of the times, and they are coming over under the banner of true civilization. For this we are indebted chiefly to that pow erftil agency the public press, and your FATHER ABRAHAM has done its share. " Pit's" communications are relished by all. Your readers here who are acquainted with the peculiar dialect in which they are written, pronounce them the most perfect productions of the kind that ever appeared in print, whilst the matter contained therein presents p...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

"^atlw JMwahaw," CIRClTLiATIOiV 10,000. THOSK BU COCHRAN,f EDITORS & PUBLISHES, LANC'ASTfiK, PA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868. " I shall have no policy of my omit to enforce against the will of the people."—GRANT.

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