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I860, THE 001«*T3F8LJk.&'V s 1868- [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 16 October 1868

I860, THE 001«*T3F8LJk.&'V s 1868- THE DEMOCRATIC SOUTH AS IT WAS: BARBARITY , SLAVERY AND DEATH ! ! THE REPUBLICAN SOUTH AS IT IS: | LIFE , LIBERTY AND H APPINESS !

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

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Grant's Policy and. Practice. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Grant's Policy and. Practice. The Army and i\ary Journal has an article about General Grant, as President, from which we make an extract. It says: We may safely predict that the great word of the hour, the great feature to strike all observers, so soon as General Grant has been a month in power, will be the confidence inspired in people of all parties and all political creeds. Grant, as a soldier, understands well the bounds of co-ordinate and subordinate authority. Congress will not be suffered to encroach upon his prerogative as the Executive, nor will he attempt to encroach upon Congress as the legislative department-distinction simple enough, it should seem to be. A soldier is both used to command and obey—an admirable training, say what civilians will, for any administrative officer, from Poundkeeper up to President. "We shall make bold to predict that lie will realize, more than any man who lias set in the Chief Magistrate's chair since Andrew Jackson, tlie executive ide...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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All Might! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

All Might! Hip Hip-Hurrah! It is all right! Pennsylvania is all right! Ohio is all right! Indiana is all right! Nebraska is all right! Boyle is beat! . Vallandigham is beat! Hendricks is beat! Seymour and Blair are dead beat! (Jake is elected! Cessna is elected! Scheuck is elected! Bingham is elected! Hartranft is elected! Campbell is elected! Seymour and Blair are nowhere'. We'll rally round the flag boys! Rally once again! Shouting the battle cry of freedom! Where now is the "Deerfield former," Where now isthe" Deerfield farmer," Where now is the "Deerfield farmer," Seymour of the horny hand:' lie w planting a patch of melons! He i» planting a patch of melons' . He is planting a patch of melons! Plowing tip the Salty Land! Where now is Blairing Francis, Where now is Blairing Francis, Where now is Blairing Francis, With his sword ami fiery brand (y!). He's got tickets on the steamer Kuklvx, He's got tickets on the steamer Kuklux, He's got tickets on the steamer Kuklvx, A li...

Publication Title: Father Abraham
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

"FATHER ABRAHAM" ISBKli EVERY Vlt IJHf —ITTHIRTY CENTS, IN ADVAXt'E, FOR THE CAMPAIGN — 1SY—E. H. RAUCH & THOS. B. COCHRAN. NORTHEAST ANGLE CENTRE SQUARE, Adjoining W. G. Maker's Drug Store and J. ilarshnll «£ Son's Shoe Store, LANCASTER, PEXNA.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

PR OFESSIONA L. JOHN B. GOOD, *> ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office : No. 5U EaSl King Street, Lancaster, PH. 0 J. DICKEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—SOUTH QUEEN Street, second house below the " Fountainn In," Lancaster, Pa. T B. LIVINGSTON, O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 11 NORTH DUKE Street, west side, nerth ol' the Court House, Lancaster, Pa. PD. BAKER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With J. B. Livingston, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. C . K R E A D Y , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With I. E. Hiester, NORTH DUKE Street, near the Court House, Lancaster, Tn. CHARLES DENUES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No.3 SOUTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. BF . B A E R , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 19 NORTH WAJKE Sliett, Lancaster, Pa. WM . L E A M A N , ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—NO. 5 NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T K. RUTTER, O . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With General .1. W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. EDGAR C. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. IB NORTH DUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. T B . A M W A K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

HEADING ADVERTISEM'TS. H MALTZBERGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 48 North Sixth Street, Reading, Pa. GEORGE SELTZER, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, No. 8M COURT Street, (opposite the Court House) ReMlng, Pa. HORACE A. YUNDT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 28 NORTH SIXTH Street, Reading, Pa. TjTRANCIS M. BANKS, i&nA £r0 J"*E ,T „AT LAW'AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No. 27 NORTH SIXTH Street, Reading, Pa. TYR. WILLIAM HARGREAVES, H. g ssasygg?&&2>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

,.AT , S, ST?? 4 Republican meeting in MeadviUe, Pa., on last Saturday, there was one transparency in the procession which was pleasant to Democratic eyes. It was a picture of Blair asleep with an African, and the motto, "I would rather sleep with a nigger than with a Democrat. " Blur made use of this expression in his speech in Terre Haute, Ind.,in I860, and hundreds of the best citizens of that place will testify that they heard him make it. He denies it now when he is drunk, but when l»e is sober he doesn't dare to deny it.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Irish men., Head ! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Irish men., Head ! WE appeal to our Irish fellow countrymen to pause before they east a ballot that will endorse murder in the South and riot in the North—anarchy everywhere .—Irish Rep ublie. WE , who were equally persecuted with the same despotism, but who escaped the fate of the Irish soldiers in the Eng lish army by coming to this Republic, have been doing, and are doing to-day, what the Irish soldier is doing in her army, supporting British power by joining hands with her allies of the South and the North, and fighting their battles. —Irish Republic. COUNTRYMEN, you who have been nursed by Irish mothers, who have sung you to sleep by lullabies of liberty , will you in this terrible hour when Republicanism is on its trial, and the despots of Europe are plotting its destruction, cast yourselves into the ranks of England's friends, or will you side with the men who have written liberty on their banners ?—Irish Republic. WHO can hesitate between Grant and Seymour y None but t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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" Know-Nothlnglam." [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

" Know-Nothlnglam." The Copperheads and Rebels , in order to secure the foreign vote for Seymour and Blair, as against Grant and Colfax, have charged the latter gentleman, Mr. Colfax, with having been a "Know-Nothing." He refuted this slander in a fubhc speech at his home in South Bend, ndiana, early in the campaign. Moreover, we subjoin the Know-Nothing oaths of the first and second degrees, in which their candidate, FRANK P. BLAIR, had graduated so early and with such high honor. They are to day a part of his record: FIRST DEGREE. In the presence of Almi ghty God and these witnesses you do solemnly promise and sware that * * * you wiil not vote nor give your influence for any man, for any office in the gift of the American people, unless he be an American-born citizen, in favor of Americans ruling America, nor if he be a Roman Catholic. SECOND DEGREE. In the presence of Almighty God and these witnesses, you do solemnly and sincerely swear * * * if itmaybeelegally done, you w...

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Let Every Voter [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Let Every Voter KEJIEJUIER that the approaching election will decide whether loyal men shall rule this land. REMEMBER that tlie Democratic party is now governed and controled by those who sought to destroy the Government, REMEMBER that every unrepentant rebel is an ardent Democrat. REMEMBER that the Democratic party brought on the rebellion because it could not rule the Government. REMEMBER that our immense debt is a Democratic institution, created because that party brought on tbe rebellion. REMEMBER that the Democratic party opposed the government in its efforts to overthrow the rebellion. REMEMBER that the Democratic party granted the black man the right to vote in Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, North Carolina, and other States. REMEMBER that Dick Johnson , elected by the Democratic party to the Vice-Presidency, had a black woman for his wife. REMEMBER that the Democratic party is in favor of a direct tax for the benefit of the Government, burdening...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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$lxsttlfontfms. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

$lxsttlfontfms. The Carpet-Baggers. BY CEO. ALFRED TOWXSK.ND. "Who be you 'mis that pitch your camp Beside the brown Savannah? We think not, by your nervous tramp, Ye native to the manor. What number, say! your regiment? What battle field you camped on!—With infantry of Howell Cobb, Or troopers of Wade Hampton ?" " We camped upon the Coosa's tide With Thomas and with Sherman! This florid couple at my side, Are of Wisconsin's German; These three with Banks were fever-flayed, Long marched along tlie bayoux ; 1 lost my arm on Grierson's raid, A soldier of Ohio!" Then with their ancient battle-yell, The hospitable yoenian Hushed from threshold, to fell Their unprotected fbemen: ••Go back! ye crippled myrmidons, Ye Yankees and yagers! Our Georgia's ehivahie sons, Admit no carpet-baggers!"' '¦ Nay bretheren, not as soldiers come, With knapsacks and with sabres, Behind the widow-mocking drum, We meet you, friends and neighbors: Onr spear it is the pruning hook, \ For War to make repa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Still They Come. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Still They Come. A powerful defection in the Democratic ranks occurred in New York, <m Monday evening last, on the occasion of the great meeting over which General MeClellan would notpreside. While the procession was maiching the Seymour and Blair Canal Association, numbering five hundred members, threw down their torches and transparencies, and in a body returned to head-quarters, and taking down the names of Seymour and Blair, hoisted those of Grant and Colfax. We're glad to see men falling out with their sins, and in with the friends of Liberty and Union.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Jddress of the Republican State Central Connnittee. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Jddress of the Republican State Central Connnittee. ROOMS OF THE UNION REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE , PHILADELPHIA , Oct. 14, 1808:—Republicans of Pciiiisi/teania.' Yesterday you achieved a triumph at tbe polls scarcely less important m its results than tlie victory ot arms on the field of Gettysburg. The integrity of the Union and the perpetuity of the Republic, were secured by the. one, its permanent peace and future glory arc. insured by tbe other. Your verdict thus pronounced will be recorded by the American people in November next in a most emphatic condemnation of the party false to the country in tlie hour of its peril,false to liberty and the rights of man. Every lover of peace and good order congratulates you on yovr achievements in stripping such an organization of all power to inflict future injury on the country. Henceforth it must sink under the same obloquy that rests upon the Tories of the Revolution and the. Federalists of the war of 1812. Entrusted with ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Grant in 18(16. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Grant in 18(16. In the winter of IStiti General Grant was appealed to b y Governor Orr, of South Carolina, and others, to advise them concerning the political situation. The following is ' an abstract from his reply: "Have nothing whatever to do with Northerners teho opponed the tour. They will never again be entrusted with power. When you get home urj/e j/our people to accept negro suffrage. If you had promptly adopted the Constitutional Amendment abolishing slavery, or the one making negroes citizens, and guaranteeing , the public debt, Congress would undoubtedly have admitted you before this. Now it will insist upon adding impartial suffrage. The sooner you accept that the better for all concerned." THE most prominent supporters of Horatio Seymour are Brick Pomeroy and Pirate Semmes, C. L. Vallandigham and the "butcher" Forrest, Geo. H. Pendleton and Robert Ould, Franklin Pierce and Robert Toombs, Fernando Wood and Howell Cobb, John Morrissy and the double traitor Robert ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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To the Soldiers and Sailor* of Pennsylvania. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

To the Soldiers and Sailor* of Pennsylvania. HKADyt'AIM'KRS SOLDIERS' AND SAlLolis' STATE CENTRAL COMMITTKK, PHILADELPHIA OCT. ll>, 1868. COMRADES : You have turned the flank of your old enemy, and he is in full retreat : but you must not pause for an instant in your pursuit. Follow him up and press him upon all sides, until he is politically annihilated, and Forrest and Wade Hampton have surrendered in the last ditch. By tbe wayside you will find many heretofore misguided men, who will gladly join your victorious column. To all such you should extend the hand of welcome, and forget the past. Be not blinded by the declaration that the Opposition have given up the tight. Place no reliance in rumors of a change of candidates. These things are simply weak inventions of the enemy, intended to induce you to halt in your forward movement. Keep up your organizations of " Boys in Blue." Let them, in fact, be permanent institutions in this generation. Let them continue, glorio...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Start Una From Old Berks! [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Start Una From Old Berks! " Let us have peace." But there is no peace! A voice comes over the hills from Old Democratic Berks, which means terrible, unrelenting and bloody war—not ; in Virginia, or Tennessee, or Carolina, j or at the Confederit Cross Roads, but! j here on Pennsylvania soil! A formal . declaration of hostilities has already been j made by the highest constituted authority i of Old Berks, namely, the Readinger '•Adlcr, through the columns of its side issue, the Daily Eagle of last Saturday, < from which we extract tlie following : ! . i " The people looked to tin? election this fall 1 for deliverance, and their hope has been disnp- j miiuted. ' * Men from western New York i colonized anil carried Ohio for the radicals, i Such men gave a radical majority in New : Hampshire, and turned the scale in Pennsylvania by giving radical majorities in Allegheny, Lancaster, JU'banoii. Schuylkill, Tioga and other counties. ' * They (the radicals) aiv setting at naug...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

To CORRESPONDENTS —We have a very good production , " Ludwig Dengleshtock" to Pit Schwcfflebrenner , which is a little too long, and unavoidably crowded out this week. We hope to be able to find room for it in our next issue. A correspondent "fun Lodwarrickshteddle" has also turned up. We expect also to honor his interesting letter by laying it before the readers of FATHER ABRAHAM next week.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Public Sale! On Tuesday, Nov. 3d., 1868, on the premises of the late Democratic party, deceased, the following goods, chattels, articles and things: A large number of torches, trimmed and tilled; seventeen thousand Salt-River tickets, slightly damaged by a mistake of tbe printer; sixty kegs of gun powder; a number of United States and Confederate States flags; fourteen thousand empty whisky bottles, and six thousand empty lager beer kegs; ten complete files of the La Crosse Democrat, and seven files of the Reading Adlcr; sixty reams of naturalization papers, signed, sealed and coffee colored; Six thousand blank tax receipts; seven hundred photographs of Seymour, and two thousand medals; a large number of banners, suitable for celebrating a political victory, containing pictures of mules, bondholders, roosters and niggers; two barrels of sour kraut •one hundred and ninety Democratic speeches, franked and ready for mailing; two copies of the United States Constitution as it was; s...

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Our Majority. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Our Majority. The official majority for the Republican State Ticket in Lancaster county is 0,743. Up to going to press, the majority in the State had not been ascertained. It is about 10.000. LANCASTER COUNTY gave a larger majority by 235 votes for the Republican State Ticket than Berks did for the Copperhead ticket.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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