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CIRCULATION OVER 10,000
E. H. RAUCH-, 1 EDITI)Itg C PritlAsliEltS
THOS. B. COCHRAN, S
FRIDAY, OCTOBER ➢6, MN.
tahein hare 110 poliry 1.000 10 eo
force ago hmt the mill of the peopte."—(:l: A NT
" MATCH 'EM."
NA TIONA L TICKET.
G en . irLysSES S. GRANT,
OF THE - UNITED AT ATE.
Vice Prexidif , nt:
To the Patrous of Father Abraham.
Encouraged by a large number of our
Republican friends in various parts of the ;
country, we have concluded to continue '
the publication of FATitEn ABRAHAM
as a permanent institution. It will be
considerably enlarged and otherwise im
proved ; it will continue to be an illus
trated newspaper; the very popular and
amusing productions of "Prr SCIIWEF- The Democratic editor as 1w appeared
FLEBRENNER" Will also continue, and when a Democratic market man called
we feel safe in assuring the public that at the sanctum for the latest news—Oct
his forthcoming series of letters will be
14, 186 S, 7 o'clock, A. M.
quite as interesting as those of the past.
The price of subscription will not lie in
creased—only $1.50 a year for a single
subscriber, with a liberal reward for
clubs. We also mean to continue our
excellent illustrations. In a word, it will
be our aim to make FATTIER ABRAHAM
the most popular and original, as well as I
the cheapest weekly paper in the country
At the close of the present campaign
- we will discontinue the paper in all cases,
unless renewed and paid for in advance.
Those who desire the paper, therefore, I
will forward their renewed subscriptions
before the close of the campaign. As we
will not prepare ourselves with hack num
bers, but only print as many as may be
needed to supply regular subscribers from
time to time. In order to secure the per
feet file, from the first number of the new
and enlarged series, persons should for
ward their subscriptions at once.
The enlargement of the paper will also
enable us to accommodate our business Frank taking his last Night Cap"
friends who desire the benefit of our ex- Oct. 14, 181i8, 11; P. W.
tensive circulation as an advertising me
dium. No advertisements of question
able character will be inserted for any I '
The terms of subscription are as fol
1 copy, one year. S 1.50
5 copies, (each name allilressekl.) 7. 00
10 copies, 1:1.00
15 copies, 1.00
And $l.lO for each additional sub
scriber, with an extra copy to getter up
of club, and, also, one for every addi
For clubs, in packages, without address
ing each name, our rates are as follows :
5 copies, (tome address,) $ 6.50
10 copies, " 12.00
15 copies, " 64 16.50
20 copies, "
And $l.OO for each additional subscriber
with extra copy to getter no of the club.
A well written letter from Hamburg
was unavoidably crowded out last week.
The Copperhead leaders of Reading—Er
mantrout, Ralston, Becker, Rightmyer
435 Co—are handsomely shown up, but as
the production is now behind time, it is
"postponed indefinitely." Under our new
arrangement—FATHEß ABRAHAM en,
larged—we will be able to afford a con
siderable amount of space to such con
tributions, and we hope our friends will
not hesitate to send them on. The reason
a number of communications written for
this paper did not appear, is not because
they were not acceptable, but only be
cause they were crowded out.
Gen. Dix in 18611
"If any man attemps to pull down the
flag, soot him on the spot."
Gen. Dix in 1868
" I see but one course of safety for the
country, under existing circumstances,
and that is the election of Gen. Grant."
AN exchange says that the Democrats
might as well try to feed a wild cat butter
with a hot awl, as to try to prove from
his record that Horatio Seymour is loyal.
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At the Demos ratic neadquarter—the
; man who wouldn't give it up.
One of Seymour's " Friends"—going
back to New York, Oct. 13, 1868.
Wallace receiving consolation from
Billy McM—, of the 4th Ward—Oct.
13 1868, 11:40, P. M.
FATH E-11R ABRAHAM.
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That swap (Yll Co , a—`•by de lightof
1665, 11:50, P. M.
A" Heidelberg Brigadier" going home
Od. la , 1868, 10:50, P. M.
A Fourth Ward Democrat astonished
at the result—Oct. 13, 1868, 91, /'. M.
One of Seymour's "Friends" in train
ing for the Philadelphia election—Oct.
The gentleman who enjoyed a dish of
stew'd Democrats for breakfast—Oct. 14,
1868, 7 o'clock, A. M.
alir:4 7 :111;;;:•rtIta: ,
THE WHIRLING TIDE.
Inn :ed into a Sea of Ti•onbies
THE HU KLUX AMBULANCE CORPS.
A wi)tinded - 1 , :;;Ixer s rAt. um' to thy, rear.—Oetc
ber 1 k P. Y..
GOING UP SALT RIVER.
A co!o:tized Coppurli, ad an 1 a S , ur Kraut Gorilla.—Oct, 14, 1868
OLD MIIcKAFLIGGLE OF SOHLIFFLETOWN.
October 13, '03.-9 A. M. October 13, '68.-11 P. M.
After having received his dispatches from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Ne.
braska—Oct 13, 1868, 11:55, P. M.
DEMO CR A CY,
Got the Blares—Oct. 13, 1868, 101, P. M.
—Oct. 13, -Mg