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COUNTY TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

COUNTY TICKET. Congress : OLIVER J. DICKEY, City. Congress ( Unexpired Term) : OLIVER J. DICKEY, City. Associate Judge : JOHN J. LIBHART, Marietta. Assembly : DR. J. C. GATCHELL, Mai-tic. CAPT. W. W. HOPKINS, City. JACOB G. PETERS, Conestoga. AARON H. SUMMY, East Herapfield. District Attorney: GEORGE BRUBAKER, City. Count;/ Commissioner : JACOB C. KREADY, Manor. Prison Inspectors : HENRY POWNALL, Bart. M. H. SHIRK, West CocaVico. Directors of the Poor : GEORGE FRY, East Cocaltco. . .CONRAD GAST, City. Auditor : GEORGE W. MEHAFFEY, Marietta.

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

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. "MATCH 'EM." NATIONAL TICKET. 7*rc.*hlrnt; Gen. THVYSSKS S. f'KANT, OF THE rMTI'I) STATES. j->„ ;..,.,,-.,..,... scm"Yi.:*i: : - iii.TAX, OF IN- .HA 'A. STATE TICKET. Auditor General: Gen, JNO. P. HARTRANFT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. Surveyor General: Gen. JACOB M. CAMPBELL, OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Republicans on the Southern Border. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Republicans on the Southern Border. Look out for rebel colonization from Maryland on the 2d Tuesday in October. A well-organized scheme to colonize in the Sixteenth district has been detected. Put the best men on guard; watch with ceaseless vigilence, lest the enemy surprise you. Don't forget that rebel skirmishers used to wear blue uniforms.

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

The Old Guard. It is now safe to assure our friends abroad that the Republicans of glorious old Lancaster county will contribute more than their full share towards the twenty thousand majority for Hartranft and Campbell on the 13th iust. The organization ofthe party is nearly, or quite perfect. Our candidate for Congress, Col. O. J. Dickey, is doing a glorious work on the stump. His speeches are eloquent, logical and unanswerable ; and where ever be goes he is pronounced a fit successor to the lamented Thaddeus Steveos. The nomination of Mr. Dickey has secured for the party a safe and competent leader, and his election will give us a bold, radical and faithful representative. But Col. Dickey is by no means the only effective campaigner of the Old Guard. Messrs. Rea, Griest, Fisher, Reinoehl, Amwake , Billingfelt, Brosius, Rosenmiller and many others are constantly at work, and doing good execution. In a word, Lancaster county will poll her full Republican vote on the 13th inst...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Nigger On Tlie Drain! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Nigger On Tlie Drain! For the special benefit of our Irish friends who eume from the " Green Isle" to this country for FREEDOM, and yvho show their honesty and consistency by voting against "LIBERTY to all nations and to all the inhabitants thereof," we copy the following from the Columbia Spy, where we first saw it published. We hope they will set it to music, and sing it. " Limmerick," in the ancient Borough of York, " over the waters" of the Susquehanna, is especially called upon to notice them. The "Irish Lords" about Lancaster can also profit by reading and pondering them: Nigger! Nigger!! Nigger!!! Nigger!!!! He nigger,! she nigger! Big nigger! little nigger! Old nigger! young nigger! Nigger up' , nigger down'. Nigger preacher! nigger clown'. Nigger hence! nigger thence! There's a nigger on the fence! Nigger thin! nigger thick! Nigger slim! nigger slick! Nigger bald! nlgger-wool! 'Gainst the nigger let us pull.' Still no matter what they think! Cuss these niggers how t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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_ w^ ^_ A Few Questions Answered/ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

_ w^ ^_ A Few Questions Answered/ Who originated the phrase that the Union must fall, rather than slavery?—HORATIO SEYMOUR. Whose " friends " were the wanton burners of Orphans' Asylums and the remorseless murderers of innocent men and children ?—HORATIO SEYMOUR. Whose election would tend to restore the ," Lost Cause ?"—HORATIO SEYMOUR'S. Who said the war was a failure while Grant was writing " the rebellion is on its last legs ?"—HORATIO S EYMOUR. Of whose name have we had enough for this generation?—HORATIO SEYMOUR'S. Who will be our next President.— NOT HORATIO SEYMOUR. ^ m

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Grand Mass Meetings in Berks, Lebanon and Schuylkill! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Grand Mass Meetings in Berks, Lebanon and Schuylkill! The grand mass meeting of the Republicans of Berks will take place to-morrow, Oct. 3, at ' Reading, and at the same time also at Lebanon. The great meeting of Schuylkill will be held at Pottsvillc on the 10th instant. If the " Sour Kraut Gorillas" of this city have any inclination to try their muscle, we advise them to go to the Reading meeting.

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Glorious Alleghany. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Glorious Alleghany. The Republicans of Alleghany—tneir county committee, editors, speakers and leading men—all stand p ledged to give not less than TEST THOUSAND MAJORITY for Hartranft and Campbell, on the 13th instant. This may seem like a big figureten thousand Republican majority in a single county of the Keystone State, but we are entirely satisfied that the majority will not be less than ten thousand. Some of the more enthusiastic claim even from eleven to twelve thousand. Ten thousand is the safe figure.

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Look Out For Them! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Look Out For Them! The Democratic leaders have given up all hopes of carrying this State fairly, and are now resorting to fraud. A number of rebels from Maryland have been imported for the purpose of carrying certain doubtful congressional districts. Be on the look out for them I

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Patriotic Gems from the Next President. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Patriotic Gems from the Next President. " I care nothing for promotion, so long as our arms are successful."—Grant to Sherman, Feb nary, 18G2. "If my course is not satisfactory, remove me at once. I do not wish in any way to impede the sifccess of our arms." —Grant to Halleck, February 0, 18G-. "No theory of my own will ever stand in the way of my executing in good faith any order I may receive from those in authority over me."—Grant to Secretary 67*«.se, May 29, 1803. " This is a Republic, where the will of lie people is the law of the land."— Grant's Letter to President Jolmnon, Any. 1867. " I shall liave no policy of my own to enforce against the will of the people." —Grant's Letter , May 29, 1808. "Hitman liberty tlie only true foundation of human government."—Grant's Letter to Citizens of Memphis. "Let us have peace."—Grant's Letter , May 29, 1808.

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Read and Reflect. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Read and Reflect. While the Southern traitors were plotting to overthrow and destroy the Government and Constitution, they looked to the Democracy of the North Tor encouragement, sympathy, and support; and found there what they sought. President Buchanan told them that they " would be justified in revolutionary resistance to the Government and Union." And Ex-President Pierce encouraged them to proceed, as " the fighting will be within our own borders, in our own streets."—Throughout the Rebellion, they found the same sympathy, encouragement and support in the same quarter; and, today, these same unrepentant rebels derive all their hopes and inspirations for somehow obtaining what Gov. Vance of North Corolina said they "fought for" through the aid and assistance of the same party by the election of Seymour and Blair.

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MAHANOV CITY, SCHUYLKILL CO.. I Sent. 28, IStiS. C [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

MAHANOV CITY, SCHUYLKILL CO.. I Sent. 28, IStiS. C FATHER ABRAHAM : A large and enthusiastic Republican meeting yvas held here, at Boyer's Hotel, last Saturday evening, yvhich was addressed by Gen. Louis Wagner and Dr. J. II. Seltzer, of Philadelphia—the latter speaking in both English and German languages. Never in the history of thc Republican party were the prospects so favorable, in this part of the county, as now. The election of Gen. Cake, our popular and able Congressman, is considered a sure thing. Indeed, it is an open question whether Cake or his copperhead opponent will carry this county. Lebanon, is of course. good for 1500 majority. II. UPPER LE ACOCK, Sept. Sfitli, lSfi'*. MESSRS. EDITORS : The cops of this township undertook to raise a Seymour polo at Monterey, last Monday, but in handling the thing the splice gave way and broke in two. They resolved to raise the upper part, but failed by tbe next splice breaking also, whereupon they concluded to adjourn to Gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

A Copperhead JReporter Watching thc Republican Procession.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

THE Democrats of Albert Pike's district in Tennessee, having adopted a resolution that they would tolerate "niggers," provided they would vote the Democratic ticket, Pike became indignant and left the editorial chair of the Memphis Appeal. He says he will see the party in Tophet before he will swallow a nigger or sit on the same bench with him. We ought to say, in justice <Lo the African race, that wliile most of -flUknrst families down Soutli have been ^Bjed in hot and cold weather by colored •Avwrnen, and put to sleep on black bosoms,, Pike is a "carpet-bagger" from the State of Maine, and was one of the most blood-thirsty rebels during the *var. THE new adhesion of impatient Southern men to the very worst type of Democratic doctrine ever enunciated since the party went into alliance with slavery, cannot be as disastrous for the South as was the league yvith the same party before the war. Thc Democratic party seems fated to lead the South into desperate steps, and then to...

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| utt»I JJtcms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

| utt»I JJtcms. Republican County Meetings. Republican meetings will be held at the following named times and places, which will be addressed by the speakers named , and others: Bart township, at Green Tree Hotel. Pole raising. Saturday afternoon and evening, October 3d. Speakers—Messrs. Kline, Brubaker, Amwake, Greist, Wylie and Steacy. East Lampeter township, at Miller's Store. Pole raising Saturday evening, Oct. 3d. Speakers: W. A. Wilson,©. J. Dickey, J. P. Rea andW. Aug. Atlee, Esqs. Mechanicsburg, at H. S. Dissinger's Hotel, Saturday evening, Oct. 3d. Speakers : O. J. Dickey, Esq., C. L. Hunsecker, R. J. Houston, E. C. Reed , Capt. E. H. Rauch, M. M. Rutt , Esq. East Hempfield , at Hess', Columbia pike, Saturday, October 3d. Pole raising. Speakers—Messrs. Fisher , Rutter, Rosenmiller, Baker and Johnson. Clay township, at Aaron Eitnier's Hotel, Tuesday evening, Oct. 6th.— Speakers—Messrs. Dickey, Capt. Rauch, Billingfelt, W. K. Seltzer and Rev. Jesse Pennybacker. Harris...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

NE IV AM EliTISEMENTS. T ANCASTER FILE AND EDGE TOOL WORKS, LANCASTER, PA. Manufactory of Files, Riisps and Edge Tools. QRANT & COLFAX! Beautiful Oil Portraits in richly Gilt Oval Frames of the Standard Bearers of tlie Republican party are now offered to the friends of our cause. The Agent will call personally for orders. Prices low, and sure to suit purchasers. H.SIMMONS. A C. FLINN'S HOUSE FURNISHING STORE, No. 11 North Queen St- , Lancaster , Pa. Ice Creain Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Tin and Copper Ware, Wooden Ware, BrltianiaWare, Bird Cages, Step Ladders, Brooms and Brushes, Knives and Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Coffee Mills, to., Coal Oil Chandeliers for Halls, Lyceums, to., Coal Oil Lamps, Brackets, to., Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Water Pipes, to. A very lino assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, of all kinds, at A. C. FLINN'S, House Furnishing Store, No. 11 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. T B. KEVINSKI, DEALER IN PIANOS, ORGANS, ME...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

BOOTS AND SHOES. j T MARSHALL & SON'S * BOOT AND SHOE STOKE, CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA. CAMPAIGN OF 18158. i NOW IS THE TIME FOR VICTORV! Wo have started the Campaign by laying in a fresh stock ot' BOOTS AND SHOES. 25 Cases Ladies' Gaiters. 25 Cases Misses Gaiters. 25 Cases Children's ('alters. 25 Cases Buys' Shoes. 25 Cases Men's Shoes. Ho Cases Men's and Buys' Boots. Give us a call. We offer iiiihiei-mentg never before offered. Our work is of the b. st quality. Dun' forget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE. COAL. TjVHLER, BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN COAL , Of the best quality. YARD—COR. WATER ST. & PENNA. R. R. OFFICE—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER, PA. TT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IN COAL OF EVEHV DE.SCT.1PTIOX, NORTH PRINCE STREET, i NEAP. THE I'SSSSVI VAX1A RAH. IlliAD LANCASTER, PA. INSURANCE. rilHE OLD PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. AccuuuiJITED CAPITAL $3,000,000 After Paying Losses to the Amount of »1,120...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

j !J ! 1 i ! j j ; | BOOKS & STATIONERY. j TJARR'S BOOK STORE. i SCHOOL DIRECTORS, TEACHERS, PARENTS i I AND ' SCHOLARS, 1 TAKE NOTICE. ! We invite the attention of School Directors and Teachers to our large stuck of School Hooks and extensive arrangements with the large Publishing Houses of Philadelphia, New York and Boston. We pay special attention to the interests of Directors ami Teachers, and are prepared to supply townships at even better rates tiian ever before. Directors who contemplate changing Books, will find it greatly to their advantage to call upon us, as our arrangements with publishers enable us to furnish Hooks for introduction at tlie very lowest publisher's rates. Our stock of School Stationery is also very large and well selected, and our facilities for furnishing Globes, Charts and .Maps can not be surpassed. ALL NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AS FAST A.S ! ISSUED ! FROM THE PRESS. All tho new styles of American, French and English Note and Letter Papers, with Env...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains leave the Central Depot as follows: EASTWARD. 1VKHTIVAIII). Phila. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie Mall 2:00 a.m. Fust Line 0.35 " i'hilll. Express. 2:47 •' Lane. Train 9:11.) " Mail 11:15 •' Day Express... 2:11p.m. Fast Line 2:20 p.m. ll.'irrisb'g Ac. 0:15 " Columbia Ac.. 2:25 " Oincin. Ex..'. ..10:47 " j Harrisburg Ac 5:53 " I Lancaster Train 7:29 '• (Cincinnati Ex..10:38 " T3EADINU RAIL ROAD. X\i SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. -M AY 2oth, 18118. GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE North and North-West I'm- Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsville, Tamnqua, Ashland. Lebanon, Alleiitown, Easton, Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Columbia, to, to. Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows: at 2.50, 5.25 and 8.1(1 A. M., 12.40 noon, and 2.05 and 0.35 P. M., connecting with similar trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad, and arriving at New York at 5.00, io.oo and 11.50 A. M.', and 3.511,7.40 and 10.311 P. M. Sleeping cars accompanying the 2.50 A. M. and 9.35 P. M. t...

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Brief Fum Schwefflehrinner. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 2 October 1868

Brief Fum Schwefflehrinner. ScuxiFFLETOWir, Sept. 28, 1868. MISDHR FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER : Ich bin bissy alleweil. According tsu bromise, de Bevvy hut mer a neier hoot un a paar neie hussa gekawft doh der onner dog, we se in der shtadt war uf em morrickt, un geshter war ich in der kecrrich, un ich mus sawya, des ding hut mer ordlich goot aw g'shtonna, for somehow, de leit wahra so ivver ous motmeerlich. Doh war seller shoolmeashter wu fun Chester County kumma is, seller hut mir de tseit gebutta un sogt, " How-di-<loo MisderSelnvefflebrenner" un seifraw —yusht about a finey lady—de hut mer aw noch gor de tseit gebutta un hut gedu das wann se mich au raler gentlemonn etinsidera deht. Des is mer awer ordlich koryose fore-humma, for du wcasht, we ich noeli a demokrat war un ons Kitzel-(lerfers als drom g'sufla hab, donn war ich evya als yusht der Pit. Yetz awer beasts " Misdei'Schwefllebremier"un wc gchts "Mistier Schwefflebrenner" un "fine day Mr. SclvweftUebrenner.'' U...

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