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Tit" "Democrati'-" Pyramid. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

Tit" "Democrati'-" Pyramid. .v X X X L U K L U X 15 E R K S 5 POINTS BEDFORD ST. C II E R R Y HILL F O R T P I L L O W A N D E R S O N V I L L E L A Iv EBRIMSTO N E STATE OF KENTUCKY THE B L A I R F A M I L Y LANCASTER CITYPOLICE

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J|st%r jlljraljitm's ^pj ips [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

J|st%r jlljraljitm's ^pj ips JN its issue of April 11,1865, the New York World said: " General Grant's last brilliant campaign sets the final seal upon his reputation. It stamps him as the superior of his able antagonist as well as of all the commanders who have served with or under him in the great campaigns ofthe last year." Now, the World calls Grant a "blunderer and a butcher." Who is silly enough to follow the lead of such a journal? AMONG the banners carried at the great Bepublican rally at Bock Island was one having the following acrostic : U See Good Radicals Are Never Traitors. ALL those who prefer to follow the lead of Hampton and Forrest,go for Seymour ; those who prefer to follow the lead of Pleasonton and Kilpatrick and Sheridan, go for Grant. The pirate sailors who did not go down to the depths of the sea in the Alabama go for Seymour; the gallant tars of the Kearsage, with Winslow, go for Grant, and so will the brave tars who helped to lash Farra^ut to the maint...

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| | Wl ^teins. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

| | Wl ^teins. REPUBLICAN C OUNTY MEETINGS.— Republican meetings will be held at the following named times and places, whicli will be addressed by the speakers named, and others: Columbia, Friday evening, October Oth. Speakers: Gen. A. F. Stevens, N. II., Maj. Z. K. Pangborue, N. J. Manheim, on Friday evening, October Oth instant. Speakers: O. J. Dickey, E. H. Rauch, and others. Lincoln, at the public house of Jacob Kafroth. Saturday evening, Oct. 10. Speakers: Major Ellwood Griest, Dr. J. C. Gatchell, Col. O. J. Dickey and J. B. Amwake, Esq. Monterey, Leacock, twp., Saturday evening, Oct, Oth. Speakers: W. A. Wilson, J. W. Johnson and S. A. Wylie, Esqs. Harrisburg pike, at C. Miller's Hotel, four miles from the city, October 17. Speakers—Messrs. Mylin, Kready, W. S. Amweg and A. Armstrong. OUR PORTRAITS.—The engravings of our public men, which have appeared in FATHER ABRAHAM from time to time, are the work of the firm of Probasco, Rea and Sharp, engravers, Ledger Building, Ph...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. J B. KEVIN6KI, DEALEB IN PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS, And Musical Instrument* Generally. SHEET MUSIC. • A.J"9S 'i00 * ?Ph ?nd > and constantly receiving all the latest publications as soon as issued. Music sent b y Mail free of Postage Sole agent for Steinway & Son's WORLD-RENOWNED PIANOS. Also, agent for Prince Sc Co.'s (ORGANS AND MELODEONS, No. J, NORTH PRINCE Street, Lancaster, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

HATS AN D CAPS. JJATS AND ~CAFS7 " A FULL STOCK ON HAND, And manufactured to order , any style and quality. S. W. CORNER CENTRE SgUARE AND WEST LANCASTER, PBNNA. T? SMITH, * 'MANUFACTURER'.AND DEALER IN HATS AND CAPS. All kinds of HATS made to order on short notice and at low prices. UU WEST KING Street. Lancaster, Pa. DHULTZ & BRO., HASUVAOTCRERS AND DEALERS IH HATS, CAPS, STRAW HATS, LADIES' SHADE HATS, SHAKER HOODS, &C, Wholesale and RetaU, No. 90 North Queen Street, Laacaster, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T ANCASTER FILE AND EDGE TOOL WORKS, LANCASTER, PA. Manufactory of Files, Rasps and Edge Tools. p RANT & COLFAX ! Beautiful Oil Portraits in richly Gilt Oval Frames of the Standard Bearers of the 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 Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators, Tin and Copper Ware, Wooden Ware, Britiania Ware, Bird Cages, Step Ladders, Brooms and Brushes, Knives and Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Coffee Mills, &c, Coal Oil Chandeliers for Halls, Lyceums, &c, Coal OU Lamps, Brackets, &c, Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Water Pipes, &c. A very fine assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING 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 — 9 October 1868

BOOKS <l ST A TIOXER Y. "DARR'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL 1/IIUCCTOItS, TEACHERS. PARENTS AND SCHOLAR.-;. TASK NO'J'iCi:. Wr invito the attention of School Directors nnd Teachers to niir ia:-^i' stock ot' School Hooks and extensive un".ui'. .vi.__.-.,.s with ilie large Publishing liims-s ot Phi - .'th Iphia, Now York and Boston. Wo puv special siU.-mion to thc interests of Directors anil Poachers, cui -."¦¦ • prepared to supply lownships at oven b.-tur rates than ever belore. Directors who eo__teri. . .lc.t._ changing Hooks, will find it greatly to their advantage to call upon us, as our arrai)genieit(_> v.v.h publishers enable us to furnish Books I'or intro.iinti.n at the very lowest publi.-her's rates, uiu- s.ock of School Stationery is also ver}- hag-.' and well ^elected, ami our I'aoilities lor furmshing Globes, charts and .Maps can uot be surpassed. ALL NEW BOOKS HECEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE PRESS. All tlie new styles of American, Frensh and English Note antl Le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains leave tlie Central Depot as follows: KASTWAI:I>. | WESTWARD. Phila. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie Mail 2:00 a.m. Fast Line ( ...M " Phila. Express. 2:47 •' Lane. Train 0:' _ >3 " Mai! 11:15 " Duv Express... _!:!! p.m. Fast Line 2:20p.m. Hllirish'g Ac f.- Ao '• Columbia Ac... 2:2.5 " Cincin. I'.'x l'-:47 " | Harrisburg Ac. o:5.i " j Lancaster Train 7:211 " Ciuci'.n.a-.i Ex..10:38 ¦' READING RAIL ROAD. •s CM .M ]¦: U A .'! 1! ANO EM KNT. MAY 20th, l.-iiw. GREAT TRUNK UNE PBOM THH North nnd North-Wc st for Philadelphia, New York, Readinj^. Pottsviile, Tauiaqua, Ashland, Lebanon, Allentown. Easton, Ephrata. I.itiz, Lancaster, Columbia. .Se., < _ic. Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows: at __..; ¦ _'), 5.25 and 8.10 A. M., 12.40 noon, and 2.05 and 0..jo 1*. M., eonne.cth.g with similar trnins on the Pennsylvania Kailroad.'and arriving at New-York at 3.00, pl.00 and 11.50 A. M., and 3.5O.7.40 and 10.30 P. Jl. Slee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &c. me. ~"ZT~ 1868. F L A G S I *^pH^F L A G S1 FOR JULY FOURTH AND PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN We have now on hand and have made arrangements with manufacturers to furnish, at shortest notice and cheapest rates, FLAGS Of all sizes and qualities. SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIN, <£c. EVERY VARIETY OSFIREWORKS —FOB—FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBITIONS, PROCESSIONS, <£c. AU orders in person or mail will receive prompt attention by D. S. & J. S. BUBSK, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

DRY GOODS, die. ISBAM S p^EETZ,' NEW STORE: DEALER IH PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING <t NOTIONS, COR. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS, LANCASTER, PA. SUITS MADE TO ORDER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

CONFECTIONER Y. JOSEPH BOYER, Wholesale and Retail Confectioner, Dealer ln Fruits, Nuts, Toys, Ice Cream, Cakes, drc, wholesale and retail. No. 33 West King Street, Lancaster, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

rpHE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE, THE IMPERIAL CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, Was Awarded to the Representative of the GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES At the Universal Exhibition, Paris, 18OT, Thus attesting their great superiority over »11 other Sewing Machines. For sale by GEO. SPURRIER, No. 19 NORTH QUEEN St., IoaeMter.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

To tho Memory of tlie I 9 COLORED ORPHAN ASYLUM | i OF NEW YORK, 1 H lI'AiVt was hurnrd In asln'H, July, 18C3, I H by a rujjimily mod, u-l.o icfre ac- H linon-h'd. j?.d nnd ad'lressed by H S UOIiATIO.SEY.VOUK, 1 M GOVERNOR or NEW YORK , |j H Gud save the Stair, nf New Yi.rk. ¦

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Brief Fu»t Schwefttebrenner. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

Brief Fu»t Schwefttebrenner. SCULIFFUSTOWN, Uckdover der 5ta, 18(58. MISDER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER —Deer Sur : De letsht woch hab ieh ciclig'shrivva das in nieim negshta breef, des mehnt yets da?r doh, wet ieh eppas sauga fun so a roat-keppiche demokratishe retch doh im shteddle, un awer de Bevvy mehnt es si net derwsert, for se is nix nutz wu se de bout awreagt, un wann mer so leit handled donn krickt mer gtern dreckichy hend. Ieh will yusht sauga das selly Sal Breadfoos—for sell is ehra nawma—is nix das an ferlogcny retch, for se hut g'sawt tsu der Bevvy sidder das ieh a 'Publican bin, dos ieh on ma shlechta platz g'west war we ieh my watch ferlora hab dort in Nei Yorrick, uu uf seller weg hut se calculate, wet se de Bevvy down uf mich kreeya, un donn debt se mich widder ferlussa, un uf course debt ieh widder awfonga fun scllam Kitzelderfer's niuc-shtrikc wiskey saufa un domokratish vota. Now, wann de Sal mehnt das ieh on ma shlechta platz war sellamohls, so elm, du weasht...

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pfwr tittle Mohcs. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

pfwr tittle Mohcs. When lovely woman stoops to frolic, And rues tlie ruse, alas! too late, What balm shall soothe hermeloncolic ? What art shall set her back up straight ? The only thing for lier disaster—The only way her woe to end—Is to apply a mustard plaster : If she won't do it, let her bend. —An eminent artist lately painted a snow-storm so naturally that he caught a bad cold by sitting too near it with nis coat off. —What length ought a lady's crinoline to be ? A little above two feet. —ARAGO once confidently announced that a big comet that was approaching the earth would not destroy it. "How do you know ?" he was asked. " I don't know," he replied, "but in either case I am safe. If it does not knock the world to p ieces, ! shall be considered a prophet; if it does, they can't blow me up in the newspapers." —A young man of great gallantry recentl y rescued a beautiful woman who was m danger of drowning. She stood in high tied shoes, surrounded by forty springs under a w...

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GEN. W. W. IRWIN, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

GEN. W. W. IRWIN, STATE TREASURER OF PENNSYLVANIA..

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—^ __»-» m How the OM Veterans Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

—^ __»-» m How the OM Veterans Talk. The Hart Jord Post says: " Our democratic friends have not hesitated to claim the vote of the soldiers for Seymour , absurd as it may appear. Incidents are occurring every day that show how false and slanderous is the charge that the men who fought for the Union have deserted their great leader to support a Rebel sympathizer. There was one such at the reunion of the 10th Connecticut at Savin Rock, Wednesday afternoon. About 75 officers and men were present. After dinner several of them were compelled to leave. Among them was Lieut. Frank Otis, who lost an arm in one of the last engagements of the war. As he opened the door, he turned and wished to say good bye to his old comrades. 'I do not know,' said he 'but I have a curios ty to know how the old 10th feels politically.' He then called for a standing vote, when every man rose and voted for Ulysses S. Grant. When the unanimity appeared, there was an exciting demonstration, in which cheer u...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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» w—— Andertwnvitte. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

» w—— Andertwnvitte. Out of 44,882 Union soldiers connnea in the Andersonville prison 12,303 died from sickness and starvation in one year. This is more than one thousand per month; over 250 per week; over 35 per day. Think of it. 'this is a greater number than was lost by the British government in its Crimean campaign. And yet we are asked to sustain the inhuman wretches who did this work, by voting for Seymour and Blair. —" I have just met your old acquaintance, Daly," said an Irishman to his friend, " and was sorry to see he has shrunk away to nothing. You are thin, and I am thin , but he is thinner than both of us put together."

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Spicy Dialogue. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

Spicy Dialogue. I lie Augusta Republican is responsible for the following : A day or two since a somewhat retired local Democratic politician stopped an old colored man , formerly his servant, when the following dialogue occurred : Democrat—Uncle Billy, what have you against me ? Was I not always kind to you ? Uncle Billy—I've nothing agin you. Ob course , you wus allers good to me. Democrat—Then why don't you vote with me ? Uncle Billy—(Scratching his head.) Mr. what you got agin me ? "Weren't 1 allers a faithful servant ? Democrat—Wh y, Billy, I have nothing in the world against you. I am your friend. Uncle Billy—Then why don't you vote with me ? " WHY is it, John," asked a lady of one of a primary class in botany, " that the flower of a daisy is always on the top of a stalk looking up?" " 1 can't tell," was the decisive answer. " Next ?" said the teacher. " I don't know," replied the second. " I guess I've got it ," said an urchin at the foot of the class. " Well, what do...

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§thctti). w [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 9 October 1868

§thctti). w NASBY. THE KECKPTlON OK THE NEWS OF THE MAINE ELECTION IN KENTUCKY—A MOIST JOLLIFICATION AND A DAMP TIME GENE-1IALLY AT TUB COHNEKS. POST OFFIS, UONFKURIT X ROAI>» ) (wich is iu the State uv Kentucky.) > September 20,1868. ) The glorious news of the Maine election reached the Corners promptly on the fourth day after it occurred. So anxious wuz we to hev the earliest intelligence uv the overthrow uv the Ablishnists uv the Pine Tree State, that Bascum's mule wuz kept bridled and saddled, Issaker Gavitt's little brother, Jethro, onto him, at Secessionville, the neerest stashun to us, for three days and nites. But cz no tranes stop ther unless ther is a barl uv whisky to roll orf for Bascom, it wuz a long time afore we cood git a paper. That paper wuz finally thrown off to him, and he rode into the Corners wavin it over bis hed in triumph. It wuz a World, but hed it been a Triboon it wood hev made no difference. Ez the precious child can't reed, all paper...

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