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

WHY DON'T YOTJ CROW ? I Present condition of the Democratic Rooster.'

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "VTEtf FIRM. ~ " The undersigned having entered into partnership under tlie name of Hen- & Rife, for the pnrpuse of carrying on tlie 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 business to merit a further share of patronage from the public. THEO. W. HERR, JEREMIAH RIFE. Having closed out ray Grocery Business and entered into arrangements with Theodore W. Heir, as above stated, I respectfully solicit my friends and the public to extend their patronage to the new itrin. •JEREMIAH RIFE. 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. T ANCASTER FILE AND EDGE TOOL WOR...

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

Glorious News! Another Convert! The cry is still they come. The Columbia Herald (Dem)of last "Wednesday, in an editorial on the. result of tbe election says: "Wc believe in the justice of dot]. "We believe that, his justice must he satisfied. ' * tie coiirap'oiis tor the riijht." That's sensible, Mr. Herald. Believe in God's justice, and let tbe Democratic party slide ! "We congratulate you upon your radical reconstruction, aud welcome you to our church—on probation.

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fond Stents. j i [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

fond Stents. ji 'PUSH THINGS!1 —REPUBLICAN MEETINGS IN THE Coi'NTY.—The following meetings in the county have been an- j nounced: Neft'sville, Saturday afternoon and evening, Oct. 24th. Pole liaising. Speakers—Hon. Isaac B. Gara, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth, Col. O. J. Dickey and Col. J. P. Wickersham. Nine Points, Saturday afternoon and evening, Oct. 24th. Sneakers—Dr. D. "W. Hutchison, Capt. J. P. Rea. Marriott Brosius, W. A. Wilson, D. G. Steacyand Ellwood driest, Esq's. Reainstovvn, Saturday afternoon and evening, Oct. 24th. Speakers— . Hon. G. A. Grow, Col. O. J. Dickey, Capt. E. H. Bauch and others. New Danville, Wednesday, Oct. 28th. Speakers—Dr. J. C. Gatchell, Capt. Chas. Denues, Maj. R. W. Slienk and S. H. Price, Esq. Rotbsvillc,Thursday evening, Oct. 29th. Speakers—S. A. "Wylie, Capt. E. H. Ranch and others. Georgetown , Friday evening, Oct. 30th. Speakers—Capt. J. P. Rea, J. B. Amwake, B. C. Kready, Ellwood Griest, A. C. Reinochl and Lnilen Franklin, Esqs....

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

j BOOTS AND SHOES. T MARSHALL & SON'S ' BOOT AND SHOE STOKE, CENTRE .SQUARE, LANCASTER, PA. VAMl'AIGNOF 1SI». NOW IS THE TIME FOR VICTORY! We have started the Campaign by laying in a fresh BOOTS AND SHOES. 25 Cases Ladies' Gaiters. •Jo Cases Misses Gaiters. 25 Cases Children's (Waiters. 25 Cases Boys' Shoes. 25 Cases Men's Shoes. L' .j Cases Men's and Boys' Boots. Give us n etill. Wo oiler inducements never be- I fore ottered. Onr work is of the best quality. Don' forget the place, N. E. COR. CENTRE SQUARE. , COAL. Tj-HLER, BRENEMAN & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALKF.f" IS COAL , Of tlie best quality. YAKD-COR. WATER ST. & PENNA. R. R. OFFICE—No. 2 EAST ORANGE ST., LANCASTER. PA. TT BAUMGARDNER, DEALER IX | COAI; OF EVKKV DESCRIPTION", NORTH PltlNCK STKEET. SKAK TI1K rKMSSYLVAXlA EAILRUAD i LANCASTER, PA. INSURANCE. rpHE OLD PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Accruer.ATBD CAPITAL $S,0O0,OO0 After Paying Losses to the Amount of $1,120,00...

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

BOOKS <£•STATIONERY. T> ARR'S BOOK STORE. SCHOOL DIRECTORS. TEACHERS. I PARENT.S AND ; SCHOLARS, TAKE NOTICE. We i»vite the attention of .School Directors and Teachers to our large stock of School Hooks and extensive arrangements with the large Publishing Houses of Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Wc pav special attention to the interests of Directors and Teachers, and are prepared to supply townships at even better rates than ever belort'. Directors who contemplate changing Hooks, wiH And it greatly to their advantage to e*ll upon us, a« our arrangements with publishers enable us to fur- I uisli Books for introduction at the very lowest pub- lisher's rates. Our stock of School Stationery is j also very large and well selected, uud our faeiliLitJs ; for furnishing Globes, Charts anil -Maps CUB not be surpassed. ALL NEW BOOK.S RECEIVED AS FAST AS ISSUED FROM THE PRESS. All fchc new styles of American, Fruaca and j English Note and Lotter Papers, with Envelopes to i ...

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

RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. R. Trains ltiave the Central Depot as follows: KASTWAJID. WKMTWARD. Phila. Express. 4:17 a.m. Erie Mail 2:00 a.m. Fast Line 0.35 " Philu. Express. 2:47 " Lane.Train !(:(lo " Mail 11:15 " Day Expr.-sa... 2:11 p.m. Fast Line 2:20 p.m. Hairisb'g Ac,. 11:15 " Columbia Ac.. 2:25 " Cincln. Ex ll.:47 " |Harri»burgAc-.. 5:5» " LancasterTi-ain 7:20 " Cincinnati Ex.. 10:3$ "

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

FLAGS, FIREWORKS, 6be. mlZ1868.FLAGS! * ^iS | ^ FLAGS! FOR JULY FOURTH AND PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN We have now on hand and have made arrangements with manufacturers to furnish, at shortest notice and ehuapust rate*, FLAGS Of all sizes and qualities. SILK, BUNTING, MUSLIN, <*c. EVEnY VARIETY OF FIREWORKS —FOR—FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS, EXHIBITIONS, PROCESSIONS, dc. Ail orders in person or mail will receive prompt attention by D.S. & J. S. BURSK , Wholesale and Retail Grocers. No. 19 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER. JDJBJT GOODS , &c. A BRAM SCHEETZ , NEW STORE: DEALER IN PLAIN AND FANCY DRY GOOBS, CLOTHING * NOTIONS, COR. NORTH QUEEN & ORANGE STREETS , LANCASTER, PA. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. CONFECTIONER Y. JOSEPH ROYER, Wholesale aud Retail Confectioner, Dealor in Fruits , Nuts, Toys, Iee Cream, Cakes, <£c, wholesale and retail. No. 33 West King Street, Lancaster, Pa. rjlHE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE , THE IMPERIAL CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, Was Awarded t...

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flcnnsgltiumsdj |JrifsrJ(}. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

flcnnsgltiumsdj |JrifsrJ(}. Brieffum Schivefflehrettner. SVHI.IFFLETOWX, iter iota Uckdover, '08. MISTER FODDER ABRAHAM DRUCKER —Deer Sur—Sidder das ich an freier mon bin, un a true blue Republican, sin de Schliffletowner demokrata mer about shpiteful genunk mich doat tsu macha, un gcshter hab ich amohl an ordlich horter round shtanda missa, un awer ich bin evva widder ahead fun ehna, for ich kann der sauga, es iicmmt a monn mich tsu handla wantis amohl on de rough-un-tumlile bisness geht. Un now will k-h ders exactly shreiva we's war. We ich de shtrose nuf bin for my shtiffle flicka lussa, dort bcim Bill Solaklupper, un yufiht we ich dort om Sam Dinkop seim shmidt shop ferbei bin, is der Joe Muckafliggle un der George Sensawetzer grawd geaya mich kumma, un donn hut der George g'sawt : "Well, Pit, wu nous ?" "Ei, ich bin uf 'em weg nuf tsum Solaklupper for my shtiffle flicka lussa," hab ich g'sawt. "Now, Pit," scent er, "we des dunners mis wedders kummts donn das du des shwa...

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COL. FRANK JORDAN, [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

COL. FRANK JORDAN, SECRETARY ui'' THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA.

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WtUctth. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

WtUctth. tZohn Brown. At the lonely log cabin where we spent the night in the winter of 1857-8, old John Brown, with twelve fugitive slaves whom he was conducting to Canada, had waited four days for the «reek to fall. Stephens and Whipple were his only white companions. Six men from Lecompton came prowling suspiciously about, when Stephens went out and asked: " What are you looking for ?" "Sixfugitive slaves." " " Well, gentlemen, we have not your negroes, but we have twelve others up at the house. Come and see them." This invitation was accompanied by the click of his cocking rifle. The Lecomptonites were armed to the teeth , but five wheeled their horses and fled, while the sixth at whom the rifle was pointed, tremblingly remained. Stephens made him dismount; give up his arms, and follow him to the dwelling. " Mr Brown, this man came here hunting negroes, do what you please with him." After searching him for concealed weapons, Brown took a rope from his pocket, tied the pris...

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THE MODERN JONAH. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

THE MODERN JONAH. [By our Special Artist.] The N. Y. World and the National Intelli gencer tatting Seymour ow-| board to be gtoallotbad by the great Political Whale!

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From Shiremanstown- [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

From Shiremanstown- .« — » [For •' FATHKK AIIRAIIAM."J JENTEL REDER : You & i air mortals, least ways,, i am, & i nersoom to »a you air. The fact is,most evry buddy is mortal, & sum is mortal big fools. This reftexyun cum upon me a fu daze agow, as i wuz visitin my gran parients. (desidudley thu best frens i hav) nu rezide not fur off. The won of the mail purswashun hez lost moust ov hiz teth, so that he no moare takes delite in knaweu grene korn off the ere, but cuts it off with a nife. He wuz wunst ez yung & boyant as enny buddy, but he ant wun hafe as yung as he ust to wuz au evry fu daze he gits older. Hiz wife (hiz wife wuz my gran muther) is about as oald as he is, and its a good thing she is, becoz she wuz a yung gurl wenhe married her, and if she lied staid yung wile he groad ole,tharwooden't be no afinity atween them. But as it is, thay both bein old, makes it about even. So that thayre about as nigh a match as enny pare of kattle you...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Jut ||ittle Jjotas. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

Jut ||ittle Jjotas. —"Sam, why don't vou talk to voiir massa, and tell him to lay up treasure in heaven?" "What fori' What de u.-v of him lay in' up treasures dar. when he neberget dar to enjoy dem?" —A New York tradesman having three customers, a father and two sous fty (lie name of "Wheeler , and fearing a couiusion of accounts from their different orders, solved his difficulty b y stylinthe stern parent " Stern AVheeler ," the eldest son "Side AVheeler," the youngest , rather a fast youth, " Propeller." —A sensitive fast young lady in Chicago, we think, called an officer to scare away a curtailed poodle, that was usiii'.-only two of his legs on the street. The officer asked her " wherefore, why," etc., she said the ugly little thing was mocking her. She had a chronic " attack ofthc Grecian bend. —A wag at a hotel recently ordered eleven beds for his own exclusive use, because he had been eleven nights without decent sleep, and wanted to make up the loss! —ONE of the deacons...

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SHOKNKC'K, Uckdover 18ta, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 23 October 1868

SHOKNKC'K, Uckdover 18ta, 1868. FODDER ABRAHAM—Dear Sir : Now musht mer aw amohl a breef in di roushiche uu bully gooty tseitang nei drucka. De Kangaroo rebels sin shtorrick ousgetorn'd, awer net gons genunk for uns tsu beeta on Dinshdog. We se ehra procession dab g'hat hen, sin se awkumnia mit ma grossa hoy wauya, un om ower end fum shteddle hen se de foor awgebunna dort dicht om shool house wu der Lewy Weesht shool halt, un donn sin se in de ranks g'shtept we brawfy soldahta. Der Col. Dicksock, wu about a mile ran Reinholdsvill* uv» fler mile fun Fritztown woont, hut der procession gelcad, un der eh beanich Aby is in de ranks gemarch'd mita drom buttle ini sock, un er war uf course gekawft. Elmer war forna draw mit a drom buttle in der bond , uu uf seller weg der procession noch geluckt. A dchl hen aw rings mit bluina um der hols heuka g'hat, un uf den weg sin se uf gemarch'd ons ballot-box loch, un hen ehra dickets ni g'showa un hurrah'd for de leit wu der dox betzahla....

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Catechism for the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 30 October 1868

Catechism for the Times. Who have always favored a dissolution of the Union ? Democrats. Who brought on the war ? The Democratic party. Who gave aid and succor to the rebels ? The Democratic party. Who boast that they would not vote a man or a dollar to put down the rebellion ? The Democratic party. Who were the leaders of the reoellion ? Democrats. Who are the leaders of the Democracy now ? Ex-rebels, like Wade Hampton, Forrest, Preston and Vance. Who controlled the States in rebellion ? Democrats. What party opposed every measure of the Government «to suppress the rebellion ? The Democratic party. Who have always declared the war a failure ? Democrats. Who made the Treasury bankrupt at the breaking out of the war ? The Democratic party. Who murdered Lincoln ? The tools of the Democratic party. Who are the (lends calling themselves the Ku-Klux Klan ? Members of the Democratic party. Who burned colored orphan asylums and murdered peaceable colored men in New YorkV The "friends...

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Thru and JTow. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 30 October 1868

Thru and JTow. A i.ABor.iNc; man thus writes to the editor of the Toledo (Ohio) Blade, manifesting his disgust for the clap trap and falsehoods of the Democrats in endeavoring to deceive the masses into a support of their heresies. The writer below gives evidence of being fully able to put the question fairly and squarely: EDITOR 15LADE: Some time ago you noticed a communication in a Democratic paper, from a laborer, contrasting the prices of certain tilings in 1859 and " 1808, and showing their relation to prices of labor in these years. This is all very well, and against that kind of argument it is not necessary to offer any other answer than a few shots from the same locker. T, too, have a rliantov of commits to offer, and I select, as one of my points of comparison, the years embracing the winter of IS.'IK-.".'.), and the other, this year—1808. J select the year IH'M-'J because it is a central point ' of a term of about forty years preceding the Democratic rebellion, and t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 30 October 1868

PROFESS I OX AL. T©IIN B. GOOD, «* ATTORNEY AT LAW, ©flice : No. 5t> East King Streit, Lancaster, I'a. O ' J. DICKEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE—SOUTH QUEEN Surct, swornl house below the " Fountuinu In," Lancaster. Pa. T ^ B. LTVINOSTON, tl . ATTOKNKV AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 11 N 'OKTII Dt'KE Street, westsirte, north of the Court Hmise, Lancaster, >'a. PD, BAKER, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—With ¦}. B. Livintfutuii, NORTH Dt'KE Street, Lancaster, Pa. C . K R E A D Y , . ATTORNEY AT LAW. ©FFICE—"With 1. K. Hk'ster, NORTH DUKE Street, near the Court Humse, Lancaster, Pa. CHARLES DENUES, ATTOKNKV AT LAW, OFKH.E—N'o.3 SOl'Tll JUKE Street, Lancaster, Pa. BF . B A E R , . ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 1!) NORTH DIKE street, Lancaster, Pa. WM, L E A MAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE—No. 5 NORTH litk'K Street, Lancaster, Pa. JK . ft U T T V, R .. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFKU.-IV—With (jertira! .1. W. Fisher, NORTH DUKE Street. Lancaster, Pa. EDGAR C. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE—No. li) NORTH DI'K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 30 October 1868

HEADING ABVERTISEM'TS. j H MALTZBERGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW , No. 46 North Sixth Street, Heading, Pa. j T GEORGE SELTZER ~ j tl . ATTORNEY AND COUNSKULOR ' AT LAW, No. 604 COURT Street, (opposite the Court House) Reading, Pa. H OEACE ~A7YUNDT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 38 NORTH SIXTH Street, Heading, Pa. T?RANCIS MTBASTES" ~ JE^S?0 .? 1™^ AT tA w AND NOTARY PWRLIO, No. » NORTH SIXTH Street, Read-TYR. WILLlAMllARGRETvESr - JLT ECLECTIC PHYSICAL AND SURGEON X: mSQVTU OTFTH Street, Reading, Pa. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 30 October 1868

THE address of the Democratic Committee of Pennsylvania speaks of the experience that party is gaining in the "school of adversity." The Democrats have been in that school a long time, and ifehly deserved the flogging just, received far having learned so little., The most philanthrop ic of the. opponents of corporal punishment will not interpose in behalf of such blockheads. " BfcAiR badges" are the last names for the rosy flush at the end of old topers' ¦ eses.

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