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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

"gMtxfflnum" CIRCULATION OVER 10,000 THO^SCHUAN,!K »'™'» & PI-BI.ISHKH8 LANCASTER, 1'A. FRIDAY, OCTOHEBl JO, 180S. *• I shall hiti-t- tio jiolirt/ oj' nit/ oit-n to fit force agnin.sl tin- ifilloj't/t-- pt-ojil^-.f '^- (11:.\ N'l

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. "MATCH 'EM." 2TATIOXAL TICKET. J'rrKlili-iit i Gen. ULYSSES S. ('KANT, OK THE UNITED STATES. Viee l'l-t-sidfiit: SCHUYLER COLEAN, OF INDIANA.

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
ELECTION NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

ELECTION NIGHT At the Demos ratio Headquarters—the man who wouldn't give it up. ¦ «» iar»^«»— The Democratic editor as lie appeared when a Democratic market man called at the sanctum for the latest news—Oct. , 14, ltKiS, 7 o'clock. A. M. i Frank taking his last '* Xight Cap"— | Oct. 14, 1808,111 P. M. i One of Seymour's " Friends"—going back to New York, Oct. 13,1868. « > Wallace receiving consolation from j Billy McM , of the 4th Ward— Oct. 13 1868,11:40, P. M. \ .**mv-^- ' -' .'. OIWIWW . That same Oil t'o'-n—"by de " . light of de moon'"—f-1 • ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ lSOS, 11:50, P. M. A" Heidelberg Brigadier" going home —Oct. 13, 1808, 10:50, P. M. A Fourth Ward Democrat astonished at the result— Oct. 13, 1868, !>', P. M. One of Seymour's "Friends' in train-I ing for the Philadelphia election— Oct. \ 12,1808. The gentleman who enjoyed a dish of stew'd Democrats for breakfast—Oct. 14, 1 18G8 , 7 o'clock , A. M. j THE WHIRLING TIDE. j Koynv^r- • • lun- .e...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
OHIO! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

OHIO! The glorious Buckeye State rolls up thirty thousand Republican majority. Vallandigham, Pendleton, and the whole crew of rebels and traitors gone to the—South, where the weather is very hot!

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Wnt ^ptttsyoxibmtt [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

Wnt ^ptttsyoxibmtt STKAsnrno, Oct. "Olli, lsiiS. HOCHGELOBTER FODDER ABRAHAM Ich bin alleweilomtravella, for tsu selina we's on onnery pletz lner goat. Ich bin dorrieh Intercourse, Snudersbiira;,un yet** in dem sheana shteddle doh, un ich mus sauga das de leit sich iveralluf de Re-m!)- liean side dreha. Ieh war aw als an demokrat, un awer wann du mer yetz a gonsy neie suit shenka deatsht, keutsht mich nimmy demokratish vota inacha sidder ich geleasahab we der Pit Schwcfflebrenner sich improoft hut sidder das cr an Republican is, for yetz is er bessor aw g'seh, un er leabt besscr for sieh solver un si fomelia, des is, de Bevvy. Un mind was ich der sog, es hen sieh noeh ordlich feel gedreht sidder das der Pit ' so tip-top goot rous kumma is. Ieh hah j*usht noeh a paar demokrata awgetrull'a in mcim travvella, un selly duna net wissa was tsu sauga. De fact is, mer h&Tt nix turn Seimoyer, awer yusht Grant un Coifax. Doh in Strasburg sin awer a paar de noeh net gons reconstr...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
gotal |tcms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

gotal |tcms. MEETINGS IN THE COUNTY.—Our limited space prevents us from noticing, at length, the large and enthusiastic Republican meetings held last week at Adamstown, New Hol^tnd, Safe Harbor, Millersville, Columbia, Mannelm, and other places. The gallant voters of the "Old Guard" turned out in great numbers Col. John W. Forney spoke at Adamstown, New Holland, Millersville and Safe Harbor. Gen. A. F. Stevens, of New Hampshire,and Maj.Pangborn, of New Je,rsey, addressed the people of Columbia. Republican meeting at Reanistown on Saturday Oct. 24th, also at Nefl'svill (we believe) on the same day. At Fairville on to-morrow (Saturday) evening. ADAMSTOWN.—Among the various local Republican organizations throughout the county, the tanners of Adamstown, in red flannel shuts and caps, are among the most efficient. Nearly one hundred strong, and under command of that active and staunch Republican, Capt. Evans, and with the substantial encouragement afforded them by Senator Billingsf...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

... ¦ . «rfl ¦ M. l . I » ~ — • 1 BOOKS & STATIONERY. DAItR'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL DIKKCTOK.S, TKACHKRS, PARENTS AXD S-JHOLAKS, TAKE NOTICE. Wu invito t!i\* attention nf S.'hool Directors ami Tt*:ich:*r*- to our lur^t- stock of School Book** anil t.-\t<iiMvc .*i,i*nin\{«.-i!irijt!* with tli-- lar#- I'ul-lishtng Houses <¦{ l*hiiaiU'ii'Iiia, New Vmu n\nl lioston. \\V pay sp-'ciai atr.-iiiioii to th int'-ri st.s of IMrcetur\-> and iVarlir-i's, ;u;d art: prepared to supply township?* at rv..-n bi-tli r iv* 1 *.-- tlian t \>*r Wort*. Dir ¦cNir.-* who c(;iitcmp]att- clianyhij,' Huok*-, will iind it greatly to Uirir advanta^-.* io call upon us, as our ;u*raiig:*mrnts wiih puhP.Mii'r.s ni;ilil(- us to furni-sh Hooks lor iiitrmui<.*ti * i»ii ;tt lh-' wry 1<>W<;KI pablisltcr's rat»>. Our ntm-k of School Stationary i» also very large and \v>-!i .selected, and our I'acilitioti ior furnishing U!O1H-.*S Cluiriis and -Ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

GLORY! GLORY!! GLORY!!! OLD PENNSYLVANIA FOREVER! 12,000 REPUBLICAN MAJORITY! A Republican Legislature and United States Senator! LANCASTER COUNTY 6,800! OLD ALLEGHANY 9,000! OHIO REPUBLICAN BY 25,000! INDIANA REPUBLICAN 12,000! NEBRASKA REPUBLICAN 2,000! THE FREE NORTH REPUBLICAN ALL OYER ! We lire Coming Father Abraham , Five Hundred Thousand More! The result of tlie elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Nebraska are glorious! All doubt as to the election of Grant and Colfax by the largest majority ever given for President, has been removed. The rural districts of the State have gloriously overwhelmed and crushed out the stupendous rebel colonization and naturalization frauds, and the blessings of Liberty,Union, Equality, Law and Peace have been secured for generations to come ! Surely this is glory enough for one day! The returns from Lancaster county, up to noon, on AVednesday—the time of going to press—are as follows : Mnjority K W > ¦ 9 S3 *< DISTRICTS...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

THE STATE. As far as heard from, up to noon on Wednesday, thc result of the election is as follows. Coi'NTiEi*. KEPII*. MAI. DKM. MAJ. Aihini* 273 Alli'ulmny KJOI) Armstrong o'.'O Br'Hvor !>•>> liciirnril 300 HorUs 0,5'W lilriir <"¦•'.'> Butler 2» Cunliri.i 700 C:trlion r>* >t Clirstcr '- • -'<» Clarion 1010 Ciunlifrlil**! ~ > -"0 Dmililiin inim lii'l.-vwarr I4l);i Evii' 30IH1 Fr.'iiililin 50 Fnitori :i*Hr Groen 1400 Huntiui^um S'Mi -IrjtlV'Vsnn lOf) I/aneastr-r <»on l.nwri'iii'. ' Willi Lebanon 15:10 l.ehlgli 1500 Lvernninv; MO Milllin 20 Monroe 20l _ K) Montgomery I;~H) Montour .. . * . 4~>0 Northampton 3;'00 Schuylkill I' -M Snyder 500 Somerset 1300 Susquehanna 1400 Venango SOO Wayne 700 York 31011 34.11H 25,123 26,32*. Kepubliean Majority .'SOSS The counties to hear from, includiiii.' Bradford and ^ Tioga, will give at least six thousand additional Republican majority. As reports from Philadelphia a...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

^ ^ -^ Now for Appomattox! The great Pennsylvania battle of Gettysburg has been fought and won! Next in order will be our grand final victory of Appomattox on the 3d of November. All we have to do is to inarch on and keep our colors flying. Grant leads the way ! J MATCH 'EM—Among the fancy Republican majorities in Lancaster County are the following: Earl, 342; East Earl, 244; West Earl, 233; Total in the Earl family, 819! Also East Lampeter, 340; West Lampeter, 276; West Hempfleld , 232; Indiantown,2 34; Millerstown, 233; Mount Joy bor. ?05; West Lampeter, 276; Salisbury, 355; Conestoga, 270; Strasburg, 240 andWarwick 224—Total in 13 districts 3428! < m LOST STBAYED OR STOLEN—Lost strayed or stolen, October 13,1868,from the 4th ward , Lancaster city, a feebleminded and somewhat notorious old female answering to the name of " Democracy." One cent Reward and no questions asked. Information left at the Intelligencer office will be thankfully received. m » m BAD INVESTMENT—Th...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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INDIANA! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

INDIANA! As in Pennsylvania, the most desperate efforts were made by the Copperheads to carry Indiana. Thousands of confederate democratic soldiers were colonized from Kentucky and voted, but, thanks to the patriotic people of Indiana, the State is saved by about 12,000 majority.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Philadelphia. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

Philadelphia. That the entire Republican ticket was triumphantly elected—the Mayor, Commissioner, District Attorney and all-is almost a fixed fact, and we take for granted that after a fair investigation hy the court, the offices will be awarded to tho'se justly entitled.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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A Republican Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

A Republican Legislature. Having gained three members in the Lycoming district, the next House of Representatives will probably stand CO Republicans and 40 Democrats, and the Senate 18 Republicans and 15 Democrats. Thus the election of a United States Senator, in place of Buckalew, (dem) is assured. Also there-election of Gen. Irwin as State Treasurer, and the passage of a Police Commissioners' bill for Philadelphia, in case of failure to secure the office of Mayor for Gen. Tyndale,who was fairly elected by a majority of the citizens of Philadelphia.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

Refreshing Extracts. THE Radicals give up Pennsylvania. The only question now seems to be how large tlie Democratic majority will be. As goes the Kevstone Sta ' te so goes the Union— York Gazette, Out. 13. 1S0S. THE prospect that the Democracy will carry Pennsylvania by a handsome majority on Tuesday next, we believe to be a settled fact. Our opponants concede it. ! —Lancaster Intelliijein-er, Oct. 12. 1 SOS. WEDNESDAY'S sun will burst upon the Democratic army triumphanlly niarching \ to tlie White " House over ihe completely routed forces of flic Radicals—Aili/re ' s.i of the Berks Cotiuli/ Com.. <),t. 7. ISiiS. THE COMING VICTOIIY—Tlie lighi of coming victory gilds the banner.' , of the Democratic hosts. To-morrow will witness the utter defeat of Radicalism in Pennsylvania. Their columns are reeling back in dismay before the honest yeo-1 manry of the Keystone State—Lane-inier InfeUiiieiwc/; Oct ' . 12. lsiJS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " j^"EW FIRM. The undersigned having entered into partnership under the name of Herr & Rife, for the purpose of carrying on the Real Estate, Collection, Surveying, Conveyancing and Insurance business In all its various branches, respectfully solicit a continuance of the favors heretofore extended to the senior member, and hope by strict attention to busine*s to merit a further share of patronage from the public. THEO. W. HERR, JEREMIAH RIFE. Earing closed out my Grocery Business and entered into arrangements with Theodore W. Herr, as above stated, I respectfull y solicit my friends and the public to extend their patronage to the new firm. JEREMIAHRIFE. T ANCASTER TILE AND EDGE TOOL WORKS, LANCASTER, PA. Manufactory of Files, Rasps and Edge Tools. 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, Brltiania Ware, Bird Cages. Step Ladders, Broo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

___ BOOTS AND SHOES. J MARSHALL & SON'S BOOT AXD SHOE STORE, CENTRE SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA. CAM PA ins OF istis. NOW IS TIIE TIME FUR VICTORY! \V<'h;lYe>tiirtedl]i< -' (.\'tmi»:t;;;n liv laving in a fpjfch stuck i.i' BOOTS AND SHOKS. 2-i l'-.isrs LailiiV 'Jeuter*. ' . '-> l.'flM-s Missi'M Ciiit-r... •17, Ois.'s Chililn-n'.- (iaiti'l'H. L;.') Cas'-s Hoys' Shires. L'5 < 'as;-s Men's Shn: s. L'.* 1,'asi'S . * .!« u's rinil I'oy.-.' Hoots. Givi' us a call. W*' otrW' uiilnrv.i' .i'Ti'.r; DL-VI-I' IK—fori'iiiri'l'i'il. I Hrr wmii is nt tin' lies', .juulil v. lion' fnrgel the I'laoi, N. 10. 1J1V,. (JENTItiO SQL'AKE. CO A L. ' piILEH, BRENBMAN & CO., ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i>i:Ai.i:r.s IN C O A L , Of tire best quality. YARD— COR. WATER ST. _ PENNA. R. K. OFFICK—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER, PA. TT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IN COAL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ; NORTH I'RINCE STREET. I . NKAK THE PENNSYLVANIA RA[[.nuA!> t LANCASTER,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Brief fam Sch ivefltebrennor. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

Brief fam Sch ivefltebrennor. Scm.lFri.KTow--, Uekdovcr der 14ta, ViS. MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER —Dear Sur—Yets bin ich awer aniohl happy ! Un de Bevvy, de is so gepleased un gekitzeld das se yusht exactly gookt das wann se grawd frei rous Hollyloojer kreisha wet. Vn der Sam Dinkop un der Joe Muekafliggle un de onncry kupperkep wu als dort ons Kitzelderfcrs rum kucka un _ nine-shtrike whiskey saufa, selly gooka yusht grawd das wan a yeadas fun ehna dorrieH an ntVa rohr g'shluppt WOT. UJI es is aw keh wunner, i'or so we meer, des is, ieh un de Bevvy mi de onnery Republicans se aniohl gebutta hen geskder. ferjressa se iminer un eawich net. IT course, we icli aniohl de Republicans gejoined hab, un we ich un de Bevvy awfonga hen tsu leckshiineera for der Grant, heu de k'erls slum seii kenna das der gonsjig up is mit 'em .Seimoyer. De fact is. ii'h hubs g'wi-4 das ich un de Bevvy, un my influence tsu lie 1 is for se. Oin lotshta Diuinernishdog owat bin ich un de Bevvy ob g'sh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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§m- pth | 0,t». [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

§m- pth | 0,t». Shoppilrff. She stiniil lx'iriiid rix- conniei- Tin' day I'll ne'er fin-get .S]«! thought the muslin dcare. Thioi any slicM seen yet ; I wiitchi'd her playful lingers Tbe silk anil satin tirss; The cli'i'k lunkeil quite uneasy, And nodded at the boss. '•Show me some velvet, ribbon. Barege and satin lurk," She said, '•! want to puirlia.se!" -Then gave the goods a jerk. The clerk was all obedience. lie traveled "on his shape ;'* At length, with hesitation, She bought a yard of tape. —Young Lady of Eight Summers.— " Say, Gcorgie, when you are a great big ladv and get married, what will vou do, eh ?" GEORCHE—"Oh, I expect I'll get a sewing circle, and go to the water-cure , and have lots of jewelry. What will vou do, SissyV" "Oh, me! I'll have a nice young man, with beautiful whiskers come to see me ; and my husband, you know, he'll get mad, anil I'll cry and go to Chicago, and sue for a divorce, and it will be in all the papers, and the reporters will say that I'm...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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$thcttt). [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

$thcttt). A Botherayshun, Consarninthe Xaygur. HY I'l.Y.VI.S O'F/,.UI *-:I;TV. A 'jiiesiion I'd ax, Misthur Sayinoi'e, t)v a ma'tlier that's bothered me quite; Jl distresses me mind in the morion' And thivubies me dhraniin' at night. Jl" course I'd be shapiii' acc.ordin, To the giimirie IMniinei'iat plan, But its bothered I am v.'id tiie question—is tire naygur a baste or a man? Share, isn't, it Dimniykrat doclhriiie The naygur'-' a Hvo-t'utted baste, Wed wool like a shape, an' a pairfunie Iiisgooshting to paypul of taystc; A li]i like a shliee ov sthale liver, An' a Cut thai is built on a plan That wild slniie an Al'rikin monkey, But divil a bit ov a man. An" 'vAsn't il. bin demirnslralirl lie can niver have brains in his skull, For lusted ov hair on (lie outside The naygur lias nothiii" but wool. An' as ilhirty an' black are his tiiytures As the soo! ov a kiltie or pan; So a baste ov some sort is a naygur; lie niver was meant for a man. But here, bedad, is the puzzle That bo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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NASBY. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

NASBY. AX UNl'LEASANT.VESS AC THK l'OH.\EJ!8— HOW TUB CITK'.KNS in1, THAT (JU1KT LOCALITY WEKI* COMl'KLLEI) TO TAKK l.'I" All.US IM TIUSIll DEFKXCK—.Mil. NASIIV'S ACOOCNT OK THK APffAlR. l'OST OV'KIS, CO»f'EDI' .IT X KOAUa, 1 ( with is in tiie State uv Kentucky,) > September 28, 1868. > For fear that colored statements of the late unhappy atliiir wich occurred at this place, may be sent North to the prejoodis uv the Democracy, I hereby make a calm and truthful statement uv it. I will preiis my account by statin that the citizens uv the Corners have alius desired to live ou amicable terms with the colored meu, feeliu that their interests are more or less idenlikle. To show how completely we hev conkered our prejoodisses and how much we desire peace, I will state that for a month ther hev bin only two niggers hung, and then under circumstances uv grate provocation. One of em made a face at Issaker Gavitt, and tother refused to give Kernel Punt credit for a load of ...

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