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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
KENN. EprS JfledioaUDiscovery, Ayet's ' Sarsapariila, t Sdme'sOod. Liver OH, 1 - ¦ ¦ • * . Lindsay's Blood Searcher, ' 1 - Stover's Bitters, ' Hortetter'« Stomach Bitten, Bwaln'sPanacea,' ' ¦ ' . ¦ . ' \' ' . . • i Brown's £»»cnco of JamaicaGinger , ' , HelMbbld's Extract Bnchn, .- Baaway'BM«aitlnes, , . , ;, - Sjalding's Throat Confection^, '- • ¦- <¦' ' • BrownaTrochM, . and other reliable Medicines at , SPANGLEE'S. S)K CMTSwillTJay foriho EEPO-^tli SnCOBTthreeBionthBto bo sent toaSolafer a tUeeerrice. . • _•"" _. . , - ;_ TJ»ANGY BRINTIKG, in every vft-JL?< riety of eolars, done with neatness and despatch at the JEANKtIN REPOSITORY office. ' ^^
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
, BeadqufljricTt , Department SusgtirJiaima, \ , , ^~T August 10; 1863. \ 0ENEEAI;. OEDERS NO. 10. -^- persons claiming to own horses now or, hereaior in the posieiiion of the different U. States Quarter Mastern of this Department, are hereby notified that npon their maklnftaffldavit before a Justice of thoteace ' «na after the reliability of the said parties making the oath, having been substantrted by tlie testimony of two respectable witnesses in writing, they present suehpupam to thf^Quarter Master holding the horso or horses in questionitbey will bo returned to them. - ; The Quarter Master holding theao affidavits aa vouchers for said property. By command of Mnj. Gen. D. N. Couch. ang 19-3t KQBKET LE ROY . Capt. t A. A, G. 6utta=19erd)a ISoofing.
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
ILegai Notices TWTOTICE.—In the matter of the XI Estate of George Palmer, 'dee'd. All persons interested will-take notice that npon application of W. S. Everett nnd C. S. Eyster, Erqs., to the Judges of the Orphans' Court of Franklin Co., Fa-the laid Judg>s in open Cottjt made the following'order to wit: That notice be giveu toiOl parties lnteri»rtedtoap|iear at next term of Conrt, on,Tuesday, Ocloi>ct6Ui,l$SS,and snow canse if.any they have, why John" Hnnnoriy ,one of the Execntora of the hiatwill and testament of Gevrge Palmar, dee'd. Khonld not be dischargeu fixim the duties and responsibilities cf satdexecutoreh!p: - " WM. G. JHTCHELL, , aig 26-lc / , Clerk of Orphans' Conrt.
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
KEROSENE OIL. -~- -; WILLIAM GELWICKS. wliolcssle and retail GROCER, on the Diamond, Chamborg. Pa., has been appointed Agent for Franklin tounty of one of tlie best KKKOSENE OIL ' COMPANtKS in the State, and will sell OIL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL as low any House in Pittsburg or Philadelphia ^Look" t\y ym3r.intoreiitnnd hny yonr OIL where you got it the Cheapest, nnd where it is always warranted to be the vary first quality. . ¦ [July29,'63-tf. ©tugs, ' jSttftictite*, $st
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
AUDITOR'S ' NOTICE. —The Undersigned, Auditor appointed by the Orphans ' Court, to marshal and apportion the asseta in the hands or the'Adm'n of Isoa* Cane, late ot Green twp, dee'd, to *nd amongrt the creditors, wttlattend for that purpose at the offlctt-of Wilson- Beilly, Esq., in Chamberabure oo Xa*M *Kt 7« day of Stptmber, Igte»t 1 o'clock, p. m^ when and whert all penons Interested can attend. Ang. 19*8^31 , , 6. W. WELSH, Auditor.
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
BEBEL BETAWATIOX. Retaliation has become a familiar term in rebeldotn. We have had it in numbejless etump, legislative and congressional spe'eches—in Jeff. Davis 1 ' proclamations issued about once a quarter—in acts of the^rebel Congress, and in every rebel journal at sta--Jted periods—all - threatening remorfeless bptchery'if our government.did not do or irido some important thing. President 'Lincoln, ' However, not having the fear of Jeff. Davis particularly before him ^ has '.qhifonnly treated such speeches, proclarna-Sidns and legislation as so much rebel- 0sr 1»iiade, and Jeff, has taken especial care to •prove that oar government very properly appreciated the chivalrio bombast of trai-!tbrs. • ¦ • The first formal declaration of vengeance ifiaa made by Davis when the rebel pirates Iwere captured and condemned to death. A ^ong letter was sent by Davis to the President by the first flag of truce of the war, informing him that if the pirates were ese ,cuted, - kn equal nu...
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
BB1EF WAS ITEMS Gen. Burnwde is at Kingston, find willspoa attack that place. The Mtlrarmy corps has been transferred by General Grant to the army of General Banks * . •#; ' , t._ . It is understood that Majir-Gen. Hooher is soop to be -assigned to tho command- of ft corps: ; - . - The widow of Admiral Poote died .in Ne« Haven, on Wednesday evening, after a long illness. , • -• - - *' Governor Pierpont has announced that he has established the se&tof Government for Virginia' at -Alexandria.. . • Tie reTralg are reported to be in force at Borne, Ga,, and along the lind of the GeorgU* railroad as .far as Cleveland. . Indiana, at the call of her executive, mustered 61,000 men in forty-eight hours to prevent the rebel Morgan's depredations within the State. ,' ' / - Gen. Blair had mined one of the Vic&sburg posts and was about > to explode it wbwi it was found that tho rebel- had eouutermlued and carried off the powder. Two "rebel soldiers lately got into ...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
Lieut. John Stewart, late Adjutant of the 126th Regiment, has been. appointed Chairman of the Union County Committee, and he has called a meeting at his office on Saturday next to start the campaign. Mr. Stewart is an energetic , talented and" prudent gentleman, and the management of the contest in this county has been wisely committed to his hands. We look for a "short but desperate" struggle, and a decisive triumph for the government by the election of the Union ticket by a decisive majority. ¦ ¦ The Union Convention of Fulton county have nominated William AiGray foriAsseinbly, A. J. ClineforProtbonofary,.andBen jamin Greenland for Commissioner. Mr.' Gray is an intelligent farmer of Wells township, a devoted friend of the govern ment, and a gentleman' of irreproachable character. He will command a large vote in Fultonxounty, and, with Lieut. Nill, of Franklin, will be triumphantly elected. WEsurrender our columns this, week to the list of drafted nfen, to the exclusion of se...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
PHILADELPHIA Vnion Ratification Bloetlne—Speechof JIttfor Wayne McVeigh—i'ntou State Committee—Cheering Advices from the Strile—Democratic Nominations—Union Nominations—The Weather: - Correspondence of The Franklin Repository. Philadelphia, Au£. 2?, 18G3; The Union ratification meeting, at Benn Square on Wednesday evening, was an immense demonstration. N, B. Browne, a life long Democrat and Post Master of this cit> under Buchanan, presided at the main . stand. The Central Union ¦ League assembled at their quarters on Chestnut St. and marched to the meeting. Wfthout wishing to disparage any of tho excellent speeches that were made during the evening, it is,only just to sny that the speech of the occasvon was made by "Major McVeigh, the Chairman of the State Committee. It was. short £ut exce'edingly pungent and comprehensive, defining clearly thja momentous issues in the contest, asd holding.up tho disloyalty of the Democratic nominee in its nuked deformity. If this spe...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
Jeff. Davis has issued nearly a score of bombastic proclamations threatening the direst vengeance upon negro troops and their officers in the Uaion service, although he was always using them,|u a small way himself, and would have used thousands more but for the fact that they.generally landed in our lines as deserters. • Now, however, his universal conscription having failed—Vicksburg, Port Hudson, Tullahoma, Gettysburg, Helena' and Charleston having made rebel ghosts play fantastic trick3 before.him,—foreign intervention having been indefinitely postponed for want of a respectable belligerent power to recognize—the •New York riots and Governor Seymour's "friends" 'having collapsed into a decent respect for an aroused loyal sentiment arid a few thousand bayonets—he plays his'last card by calling out 500,000 negro troops for the rebel service, and promises them freedom and fifty acres of land. W« are glad that Jeff, in the madness of his desperation has planted himself, bravely i...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
At last the rebels have done a humane aet, according to their own account of it, and the Spirit ia in a paroxysm ,of delight. A Richmond paper states that ¦¦vhen Major Robert: Morris, of the 6thPenna. Cavalry, died in Libby Prison, instead of . throwing his body into a pool of quick-lime, and ta king his skull for a drinking cup and his bones to be carved into fancy rings and other trinkete to be presented to the apprecia¬ tive female chivalry of the South, as was the custom in the beginning of the war, th^ body of the Major was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, and was attended to the grave by the captive officers of his regiment' Armed with this astoupding act. of hamanity, as delineated by a rebel paper, ;:tb.e <Spir# flaunts the "christian charity'^f t he re bel s in the face of our people because, as it alleges, a grave was refused to Col. Carter in the Cemetery near this plaee. ~ We do not know whether Col. Carter was refused a resting place in our Cemetery or not. We k...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
' QBE, A ^BBBSBXTBG: ' | Wednesday Morning, Sept, 2,1863.: ,L: ¦UNIQN ATATJE TICKET, f TOEGOVEKNOB, " ¦ ^JJfDREW €S. ; CURTIS, Centre.; T* .. ¦'¦•¦ FOR SUPREME JCQGl!. : r ,':»A3iIEi, ' AGSrEW,'Beaver. • A ' ij' f' - i VNIOS' COTJNTT TICKET, j i".-J ' " ' ' " • POE ASSEMBLY, ; f, "'f. iEFFEBSOW Jr«.fc, " '"i'uiiberabars.;. - ^VjWMX lAM A. GRAY. FnUon. . c ¦ ¦ • --...TOR fEOTHOKOTABY, ' ' f ,.; ' .Hi SHANNON TAVI.OB, Chamb'ir. i '*• ' ; • ' £OB 3T5GIBTEB AND RECORDER, | . ' HBNKY STBICKtER, Antrim. . ' : • FOR CLERKOF THE C0TJKT8, j f WH. G. 3MTCHSEM., Southampton. • .1' ^' . ' , FOB COTTHTY .TREASUBEB, j <' JAMES G. EMJEB . St.Tneniiis. : . • ' •. .)' " FOB COMMISSIONER. .;. ,,,- , HEJfKY GOOD, Qotncjr. ' ' ,. ,| -" ;! ;, . , FOB prEECTOB OF THE POOR, . ' I JOHN IMEBIEB, Chambersbnrg. ' ? : .;[ ... FOB AUDITOR, ,. - i J' . , ¦ %at. SB AMBEBSOST, Washington.; i ' A' ''¦; , ' . . ¦' "•' , i .. ; - l : -l ' : - -^ ' - ¦ ' = :' i ' -JtSS^ JWffis K. Shbtock is. authorized to t^a...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
i The Union State Convention of Minnesota have nominated Col. Stephen A. Miller for : Governor, and C. D. Sherwood for Lieut.Governor. For the other State officers the present incumbents were re-nominated. Col. Millerjs a native of Pennsylvania and a live man in the broadest, sense of the terra. He was twice elected Prothonotary in Dau phin couints, and subsequently appointed Flour InsbejStor by Gov. Pollock. . He also edited the Harrisburg - Telegraph during part of Gov. Pollock's administration. He is a man of spotless character, and much more than ordinary abilities. He can preach a first class sermon,?make an excellent stump speech,' fight alfiEgiment with a degree of pluck and skill that would make West Point blush, edit a newspaper in the most vigorous style, and will flay aljive and outrun any mancopperheadisniTnjiy put against hitii for Governor of 31innesota. Governor Ramsey who preceded him as XJovernor, and is now U. S. Senator, was from Harris 1, burg also, where he ...
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
The . Lancaster, Iute3iqeiuxr ,. insists that Gov... Curtin is not'a patriot because he *'has neither son.-n.6r relative of any kind in "the Union army, so far as we know." It is true that Gov. Curtin has not a son in the army. Among the many reasons which are'given for:not.furnishing sons to theservicefjhe.relies, .we'presume , somewhat for his' justificafibn in .the;iTact that he has but onesbtt, and it - is.always hard to give an only-boy to the terrible-lottery .of war, especially when that boy is but about ten ye^rs of a ge. Should the. invalid corps come down to infants ' , we doubt not that Gov*, Gurtin' 8-soncould and would entft that branch v<)f the service, as he was seriously wounded by the famous dutebman' s dog some years : ago, as a reference to the files of th& Intelli gencer of 1860 will abundantly establish. Of hk other relatives in the service, to profess ignorance of them is to confess ignorance pf some of the most gallant and brilliant achiev...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
The. Union Senatorial Conference for Bedford, Somerset and Huntingdon, met at Bedford last week,*and nominated Geo. W. Householder, of Bedford .coupty, for Senator, after balloting 220 times. ?He was elected t<) the House-in 1861 over; Cessna in Bedford and Somerset.; but in a contest, Cessna ruled out th& votejof -Somerset on the ground that Bedford had a constitutional right to a member, abd thus took the scat himself. That " result will now send Householder to the Senate. ' ; He ' is an «ar nest Union: man and ¦ wilt doubtless cominand the entire Union vote of the district ^ which will give him 1500 majority. ; '
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
The Union men of Crawford county have nominated Henry C, Johnson for Assembly, \Villiam Davis, Jr., and W. S. Crpzier fijr Associate Judges, S. G. Krick for Sheriff, John B. Compton for Prothonotary, J. If; Morris for Register 0. H. Hollister for Clerk, , and James Z. Foster for Treasurer. Mr. Johnston was one of the. most able and upright members in tbe last House, and we are glad to, see hiai on his way back.. That tioket will have 2.000 majority.
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
The Democrats of Montour, Columbia and Sullivan nominated Jghn'E. Ellis and George Di Jaekson firf Assembly.': George D. ButWis the Democratic, candid at e for Prothonotary in Montour. True to: its J traitbTOUs ; instincts, the Patriot and Union , .the central organ of Jud ge Woodward, cannot conceal its satisfifctiori at the burning and sacking of Lawrehcej and the horrible butchery of-180 citizens, by .the notorions rebel guerrilla Quantrell and his gang. Instead of revolting at .the inhuman and .remorseless barbarity practiced by the rebel cut throats, it thus tenderly apologises for them 1 : " .The Abolitionists of Lawrence, Kansaswho in times of profound peace used to make raids into JliFSOuritostealnegrocs, burn and destroy property, arid sometimesby 'way of diversion, hang slaveholders, have bad the poisoned chalice forced to their lips, and have been compelled to drain it to tho very drega."