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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

HOOKS A STATIONERY. I P IJOOKT.& STATIONERY, p A COMPLETE STOCK OF SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, FAMILY AND POCKET I'.IP.LES. ALAKGET ASSORTMENT OFT GOOD i ±J STATIONERY, -Li j BLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES, | IJOOSEY'S CHEAP STANDARD MUSIC. Catalogues of the above furnished on application. KURTZ AND MONA 4 "HAN'S CELEBRATED GOLD -A PENS, ANTHONY'S STEREOSCOPES, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VIEWS. Libera! deductions to Mcrth.M.t.-. Orders/"^ respectfully solicit al •in-J /"^prouipt-V"*T ly filled »t V** J. II. SEL-ArFEll'S, S tln-r.;> Cash F.ooa Store, OJ No. 32 North Queen Street. Lam-aster, Pa. O i -vr E W BOOKS AND NEW STATION* EliY, -ATBARK'S, No. 29 EAST KING STREET, Opposite tbe Court House. ALL JVBTF PUBLICATIOXS REGULARLY RECEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE AMERICAS MESS. ALL THE NEW ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED AS SOON AS THEY APPEAR IN THE AMERICANMARKET. SPECIAL ATTEXTIOX PAID TO THE IMPORTATIOX OP EXGL1SII HOOKS. 200,0 0 0 ENVELOPES AND ¦ 400 KEAAIS OF PAPEI!, ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

RAIL LOADS. P HE5vSYLYANlXc7 EVrilAL RTR. 'J'l ains leave the Central Depot as follows : KASTWA IIH. WE.HTW.l UD. Phi',.-... E>:pr(.!,s.+.V * A. M. Ph'.'.a. Express. 1.4S A. M. Fast Line 11.35 " Einjj't Train.. .3.03 " Lane. Tiiiin... .!>.'i.3 '¦ Mai! 11.15 " Day Express...!.5ii P. M. Fast Line 2A*> P. M. Hiir)i.-b'(!Ai'...(;.)5 " Columbia Ac. .2.15 " Cinein. Ex 10.17 " Harrhsb'g Ac. ..G.W " Lane. Train....7.2*1 '•' Cinein. Ex....Ki.SK " I> LADING AND COLUMBIA R. R. \l DEPOT—NORTH PRINCK ST. Trains leave Lancaster and Columbia at 8.00 A. M. and ;'..<K> P. M.. arriving at Reading at 10.20 A. M. and 5..VI P. M. RmTK-NiNo—Leave Reading at 7.00 A. M. and (i.lfl P. M.. arriving at Lancaster at 9.20 A. M. and s..:;o J'. M., and Columbia at 9.23 A. M. and 8.30 P. M, Ti (ins on this road are run by Reading Railroad time, which is ten minutes faster thau Pennsylvania Railroad time. READING RAIL ROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. MAY 20th, 1808. GREAT TRUN...

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iZotdl J|tcms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

iZotdl J|tcms. THE ('HOD TEMPLARS.—The Grand Lodo-o of * /ond Templars of Pennsylvania in.Id i - tiiiiiusil meetins: last week at Williamspoi t. The rive hundred ami twenty Lodges in the State were nearly all represented. According to the report of the Grand Secretary, Miss L. E. Wright, over two hundred new Lodges were instituted during the year, and the revenue of the Grand Lodge amounted to about #22.000. Hon. Simeon B. Chase, of Susquehanna, was elected ('. "W. Chief Templar, at a salary of *3000, and Miss Wright was re-elected W. Grand Secretary by a large majority. It was also determined to change the '¦'¦Monthl y Circular," published by the Grand Lodge, and edited by Miss ' Wright, into a weekly paper, as the official organ of the Order. ~ .. — ^ —.—. GETTYSBURG ORPHAN HOMESTEAD.— Rev. Thomas Atkinson, Agent for the Soldiers' and Sailors' Homestead at Gettysburg, addressed a meeting of Sunday School teachers and scholars at Fulton Hall, this city, on Sunday afternoon la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

DRY GOODS, &c. ^ BlrtTA^ ~ S ~ cllE ~ ETir; NEW STORE: DKALXB IN PLAIN AND FANCY DRT GOODS, CLOTHIXO <£ XOTIOXS, COR. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS, LANCASTER , PA. SUITS MADX ~ TO ORDES. LODGE REGALIA. ^ UCHENBACH & BROTHER , No. 520 PENN STREET , READING, PA., UAKUrACTCURS o» REGALIAS, JEWELS AND OTHER LODGE PROPERTIES, «L or Jr *,'T,OM , ' ?1 *"e:Lo«UrM, Chapters and Councils; Odd Fellows' Lodges nd Encampments; Good Templars, Temple of Honor and Sons of Temperance ; AmericanMech*nia», Ajaeri6_ Protestants. Red Men, Hurusari. Good FeUows, Kniirhts of Pytblas. Brotherhood of the Union, and for aU female lodges and associations, fitted out at the shortest notles. Also, Sworda, Belto, Hats, Caps, and Regalia Trimmings of all kinds constantly on hand. Orders respectfully aoUcitad, and goods forwarded to all parts of the country. AUCEENBACH St BROTHER, No. 020 PENN Street , Reading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

SEWING MA CHINES. T)ONT READ THIS! SiXNEK'S NEW*NO MAClir'I' Prnvi-d itwlf without n iiv:*l in the !:itv !¦ • ¦¦ ' trial in thii. city with the Hnwc .Machine. We thi refoi-e rin-w-iit it t" tin- cimvilt-i a!ii-n ot an intelligent public at* I.VC.IAII-AI:.\IH.Y (lie BEST SE ir/.Vff MA CIIIXC IX THE IVfiRl I'. It isl.-tflif riiiiriinjf— aliiie.-t iioi«-k'(:<i—.'ii:d.'i'l;i/.t((l to a w:;;.- r i.in ^ 'e ot uoii, than any other NKWING .MACHINE, While it :*- -, at the fame lime, verv simple indeed. A thiltl can, w'.th all * . in-t. le.ii it *o use it in a short time. We can af-'Mire the puMie tLat tliev will k-ok to their O W X IX T E P. £ :: T , If in want of a S E W 1 N G :.i A C II 1 X E , TO SEE, TEST AND THY THE SINGER, Before deciding to take it or any other Machine. Parties olteri come to town in search of a Machine, and then listen to the advice of intereste-d parties, or those who hare hut a liuiit*. d knowledge of the AIachiiK-& in question. BETTER SEE THEM Fop...

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Brief Fan Schli/flctoicn. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

Brief Fan Schli/flctoicn. SCHLIFKLKTOWN, June 111. 1^'iB. MISDER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER —Deer Sir: Denk ainohl draw, dull forgcshder is felly alt hex, dem Sam Blinkamil'ler sei fraw on miser house kumma un hut amohl prowler!, my alty, de Bevvy, we is macha das my breefa wu der so shlick in cier roushiehe ze-itung nei gedu heiit for mich, net fit sin for zu publisha, un das de kit mich uu de Bevvy yusht ouslaeha del weaya. Un nocli elms hut de Blinkamillerissy g'sawt, un sell is. das all de englishy shticker im FODDER ABRAHAM nei gchna for de 'publican's party wu obsohit hawa wella das tie neayer all miser besiity un sheushty deniokratishy moed heira missa. Uf course, ich wehs das sell an leeg is. De Bevvy awer hut ehra amohl tie mehnung g'sawt, un w.ie my Blinkamillerissy ous gefunna Jmt das se de Bevvy net humbugga kann, donn is se uf un znm loch nous, tin ich denk net das de alt long-naasich retch iu a hurry widder kummt. De negsht woch wella mer amohl unse'r demokratishe me...

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Brief Fan Klappboardzhteddle. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

Brief Fan Klappboardzhteddle. KLAI'I-DOAUDSHTEDDIK , June 11), 1808. MISDER HOCHGELOBTER LT N BOOMERAHLISHGOOT-GEL^RNDERBRRNDER :— Deer Sitr : Yetz mus ich acli amohl ou dich schreiva, awer ich maths kartz, yusht long geuunk for zu sauga das ich an ten dahler greenback doh iu den brief nei shteck for tswansich subscribers for dein iwer ous bully FODDER ABRAHAM zeitung. Geb yusht deuna Kupperkep hail Columbia, un rechtshaffa shteh-shleggle fitZ. GEORGE BOCKFOOS.

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GENERAL JOHN A. LOGAN, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

GENERAL JOHN A. LOGAN, OMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC—THE SOLDIER, STATESMAN AXD PATRIOT.

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<$ur 1 'ittlc jjolus i-V '-;' '¦? [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

<$ur 1 'ittlc jjolus i-V '-;' '¦? Kissing. •• Jl.'ii * 'urn to ki.v-: nr.u-.r,^ - Hieiii.'-'lve-i, Ai-il .-i'-uv,* wi.'ii!.! i:i-- n !>M;tl,"i ; Li!i!; v.'imiH;: want I ¦ ¦* ki 3.-> ™i hiuHv, Th-'y kiss a:i'i k' s.-, e.i '!i *. ,' I:**!. ' A r..tj/v i.'L'i';,;/-:-. " JIIT. IID iiof kiss auiouir t.l..-in.s:-h<-s, It's > .v"!l tli.r they n>tVni:i; The l)i't*'i* il* - -s * v-ivdil vi'x ilu'in s*> They n**'.:'i- w,y.\\ 1 ki-s utaia." —Dtuing the war. a soldier, ivlm was residing for a few days in Philadelphia to spend an extensive bounty, became slightly intoxicated with his task, and while perambulating the streets of the Quaker City, fell hfwith a crowd of colored people on their way to chiuch, aud as they arrived at the meeting house, li% went in with the rest, supposing it to be a theatre, or some place of amusement. After waiting some time for the curtain to raise, the minister appeared and proceeded as follows: " My brudderins...

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/ L IS li C OII RES Ft > A /> EN< E. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

/ L IS li C OII RES Ft > A /> EN< E. Tillih/ Raijait's Reply t<> I'if Sri, ii'ejpi-hreniter. TI'LLYMAI :.v. i"-iinin-:':i ¦ Iln^. in tin- i Ouiiitv or' Kiil.imr . iu li-'i.in-l, J J.ino Till, l.si.-i. ) FATHER ABUAHAM—S»r : It isheyant my coniprahin-'hun* how I iei-avi*d yen; paper *-o airly after its publikashin, from the place ye call Lanea*ther—but in identilication wid a friend of mine—one Mick ["onghaii. who knows me well, and as good a crature too as iver supped whishkey out of an egg-shell—he explained ' in his most inexplicable manner and appologetical style, wid that inneffecuality which always distinguishes the iainus of moddhern days, that the Tile"graph was the manes by which I am now a recepienduni (that's <>rei;k. you know, which manes a recover) of your paper aud its coutiuts. Now, Sur, I was always thinkiu' how, and in what wav I could work my way into Abraham's bonsoni. I've thrieii hard for iniuny a day, and it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

iCujiyi-i^ht ni>[ilic I fir.] Pcttnsiilb'misdb -Uritslrli.

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NASB Y. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

NASB Y. THK UKMOl I!ATIC CANDIDATE FOIt THE PRESIDENCY—MU. KA.RBY HOISTS THS TiAMB OP A DEMOCRAT op HIS ACIjCAINTANCE IN BOUTHERN ILLINOIS. POST OFPIS , CONPEDRIT X ROADS, ) (Which Is in the State uv Kentucky, \ Juuel, 18«8. \ The matter uv a Presidenshal candidate hez opprest me , and hez also exercised the gigantic intellex who congregate at the Comers. We hev desided that Cheef Justis Chase won't do. We kin support him chearfully, for his method of conduktin the impeachment trial hez satisfied us uv his hankenu for a standiniu our party. Besides this, haviu made a start, we consider him safe, any how. The man which kin take a nominashen at our hands , or identify hisself with us. may alluz be countid onto. The Ablishniats never forgive sich, and ther ain't no other place to go. . When Johuson and Doolittle and that crowd left the Ablishuist, I knew wher they would land better than they did. Facili.t decendns avertti, which bein translated into the vulgar tongue, means, ...

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Risseet for Demokrata Macha. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

Risseet for Demokrata Macha. Weil es der Kupperkop party des yohr ordlich on votes fehla woerd, gevva mer doh an ncie risseet for demokrata zu macha: Nem a fuertle pund kalbfleash; au ounce Limburger ka\s; an essleffle foil sourkraut bree; drei tswivella; an halb pund kniivvelloch; an ous gckauder chawduwack, an shtick alter sei-reesle, an halb pint lager beer, uu an loud schniakich hinkle oy, un donn du alles in agrossy buttle, dus tight zu shtuppa un heuks uf an baum in de sun bis es ousgebreed is un donn woerd der yung demokrat shun rousshluppa. For ehn zum dicket shticka macha, geb ehm an pint nine-shtrike whiskey sex mohl der dog bis de leckshun forbei is, uu donn luss ehn droppa wie an heasv krumbecr.

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The Fresld&itial Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

The Fresld&itial Vote. The following table of the popular and electoral vote for the Presidency since the first election for President, will prove interesting to all persons intereste< *' n jpniitiral fltiatifltiira i Pop- Elec-Bywhat ular toral Year. Candidates. Parly. Vote. Vote. 1788. Oon. Washington., Unanlm.. .... 69 1792. Oen. Waahington.. Unanim.. .... 132 7i96. John Adams Federal.. .... 71 1796. Thos. Jefferson Repub 68 1800. Thos. Jefftruon.... Repub... .... S3 1800. John Adams Federal.. .... 64 1804. Thos. Jefferson Democrat .... 102 1804. C. C. Plnckney..... Federal • • .... 14 1808. James Madiaon.... Repub.... .... 132 J|P8. C. C. Plnckney Federal 49 1812. Jamei Madison.... Reuub.... ..'.. 127 1812. De Witt Clinton .... 88 1816. Jams* Monroe Repub.... 183 §:fmmm<"''mm—??~*M *21. Andrew Jacfcfon... BanuMmt lStMO 93 1824. John Q. Adams.... Federal.. 103,321 84 1824. W.H.Crawford.... C»u. Dem. 47,268 41 1824. Henry Clay Repub.... 47,037 37 1828. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 19 June 1868

{ By Our Special Artist.] A DEMOCRATIC 0BAT0B.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

"FATHEE ABRAHAM" TV PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY —AT—SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS, IS AWAKCE, T0* THE CAMPAIOW. _BVLE. H. RAl'CH. THOS. B. COCHRAN. RATJCH & COCHRAN, LKORTHEAST ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE, Adjoining IT. G. Baker's Drug Store and J. Marshall <£• Son's Shoe Stare, L A XC^SSER^EXXA. si«r*fct rjopias',. .7...... .t. .Trttif<jfexi3. ADVE KTISKM ECTS. A limited number of advertisements will lie taken at the following ratfs: Fifteen cents per Une for the tlrst insertion, and ten cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Those advertising for the Campaigner six months will be charged as follows: Own SqrAn«(of ten lin<?s) $8 OO Two SQUABBS IS OO XHUEK SQD ABBS HO OO Larger advertisements by contract. Billt for advertisements collectable afUr the first insertion.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

PROFESSIONAL. TOHN B. GOOD, ° ATTOKNEV AT LAW, Office: No. 56 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. O JT DTCKE Y 7 ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICB—SOUTH QUEEN Sfc-set, second house below the " Fountainu In," Lancaster, Pa. T B. LIVINGSTON, tl . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 11 NORTH DUKE Street, west side, nerth of the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. D. BAKER, . •- .'elViriU'Wl ¦ A<F-i—.J-"!' -, OFFICE—With J. B. Livingston, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. .• C. KREADY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With I. E. Hieuter, NORTH DUKE Street, near the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. riHARLES DENUES, KJ ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICB—No. 3 SOUTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. P. BAER, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 19 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. M. LE AMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 8 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T K. RUTTER, O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With General J, W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. ED GAR C. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 18 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T B. AMWA...

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Fall in , Bops. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Fall in , Bops. BY A ROUJiDUEAl). Tlie:1 -;'-* a sriml coming u;> from tin* East. And th- » harmOWTtt(m, n*t'o the West : LiiuJuflfe Utiie a uc>t sULi, i.i> lie S3t"tii.. u.uvea along; And no where at the North finds rest. Fall in, lioys, fall in, fall in! The command o'er the nation's been given; We're not in a rage, but soon will engage To drive the same rebs we have driven. Delay not, you're needed, just now; Take your place in the ranks ofthe true ,* There tbe brave ofthe land will be found, now list, There's a voice in the land calling you. Come on, boys, and see wild we are, Come and see who are calling on you i There is Grant, the old Chief, we have heard his command When we followed the red, white and blue. Oome and join' this war f6r the right; Take a stand that yon never will rue; We have Colfiu^and Grant, wilh a host of good men, And we want just one more, that is you. Coma ou, boys, come oo, and we'll join In a song that will always be new,; 'T...

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How to Mama vo&perhoud [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

How to Mama vo&perhoud Tbe 21st Senatorial district of Pennsylvania, embraces the counties of Blair, Huntfogwn, Centre, Mifflin, Perry' kind Juniata, and is entitled tb two Senators. An election was held in Uus /district on the second Tuesday of October, 1867, and Chas. J, T. Mclntire,_Dwnioorat, was retuxnad at elected bjr 333 majority and SamuelJL^buKafL by 22 majority. John K. Robinson contested t,he election of Shugart. The Senate, after a ML l«vej|(igaUon by a Select CoJwmitt^e.af'I tb* eiepjjia tiouof aUrgenwber of w^tnaaws, declare* Robinson duly.eiac'ted , and admitted him to the saat ocenpied by Shngart. The whole testimony in the case is Published in 'the Legislative Record wr the > atssion ef 1968, from paga l,W to ItW-ladmin. J^t is. pr^yen conclusively ^t tbe leaders of the Democratic party not only n ~ itted' and perpetrktee a deliberate d upon ttwT baOoM)«* In thai dfetrict, but-thai thaypctatnaugai :a?»yatam. of fraudulemt jiat^lijiaAiottpapeia...

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Nigger in the Democratic Wood-PUe. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 26 June 1868

Nigger in the Democratic Wood-PUe. In our toy shops is to be found a box. all quiet and fair to sight, and which seems innocent of any alarming contents. And yet by touching a little wire secured at the bottom, up springs a nigger, to the great alarm of the unsuspecting juvenile spectators. In a political sense, the Democratic party has become a huge box of this description, and the men at the wires are beginning to pop up the nigger, by way of familiarizing their gaping followers with his heretofore abhorred features. First, the editor of the New York World let Sambo out of the box , with a two hundred and fifty dollar property qualification pinned to his political status. Then the Southern Copperheads, at the late election, lifted the "ignorant cuss" clear from the box, and placed him square on the Democatic * platform as a " conservative gentleman of the old school!" And now Tom Florence, for ten years Democratic Congressman from Philadelphia, and at present editor of the C...

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