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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
Ie-jx be.truethat Jea;';D 4TO.^3s;J?Me a . call for500,00& negro troops^ he has literally followed the counsel of Judge Woodward, the Democratic candidate• -for Governor.; In a spe ' echdelivered ia Philadelphia, after, secession had commenced the work of stealing and plundering government minM, ar senakand other public;property, he a' polo- 1 gized for their treason; portrayed ' tbeir. wrongsiu thrilling story; declared slavery to be " divinely sanctioned, if not,divinely "ordained;" denied the right of the government to preserve its own life, and finally pointed out to the rebels the propriety of arming their slaves "in case murderous traitors should be resisted by force. Here is :his lanauase: ' - ' ¦ : . : j'ltseeins to me that there must be'a time when" slaveholders may ' fall back on tiieix natural " rights, and employ in defence of ilibir slave pi'op&rty • whatever means of protection they possess or command. -
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
, ' ,;;, .; , . . ' ¦ rjfioisr ^ tE ' ETS^G ' s J' . , •i; The : TJnion County Committe e . ^ announce ¦ ' .». onr- advertising,-columns^a number ;iof jib' eetings,. ' ^tt be,held ia ' differ ent sections of -J^klk ¦ <T0unty- ¦ -We are ' Assured-that good' speakers; will be ia attendance, and ike issues involved in,i\ia present ponding straggle will be discussed ably and fearlessly, i Jjefimenof ajlpur. fcies attend ,, for all Bave an equal and a-'mofct Tvital interest in the momentouEvtpiestioiis to be decided by i&e ballot: bWaVibe .next,/election.- 'The People ' areloyal'at ' hesrt arid [ mean to be loyal in their acti ons ,' an«f> let them earnestly and honestly. 'seek';th (e ' t truth) It is due to 1 their common • eountrjv ¦ now struggling for its very life, that the' People be faithful -to it ,regardless " 6f'piriy interests.
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
r The Deniocrats of Cumberland county, have nominated John,D. Bowman for Assembly, Samuel Shireman. for Prothonotary, Ephraim Cornman for Recorder, Geo. W. North.for Register, Henry ' S. .Ritter for Treasurer, and' . Joha McCoy, for Commissioner. We rather like to see the name ' of friend Comraan, of the Democrat, .on theticket^and if Cumberland will etect a-DemooraticRecorder, ] itis-some .satisfaction to see favors fsill toward the ¦ craft, -Motner Cumberland in times gone by wasaa-index •to the State, but of late years ' she has ' adhered to her idols] while tbe'Statehas voted against her. If the Union men there ' would; make just one earnest, systematic effort, the ' county might be redeemed; ' Will th'ey doit? ' " . - • - .- • *>!-¦ ¦ • A'
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
' "" I'jrkio jr. county--ticket. -* a ¦ '" ' '" ' '' ¦ ' ' . ' ,/ Vo^,V$SEMBI.Y, ' J T. JEFFERSO5T Slffit. ClirtroWsburg. _7r>rWlI,|JAM"A.-GI5a.Yv.EaU<nr71 "" : : ..j, ' , " ¦¦. " c. - .-S'OBc ' CTOTHoisdTfARX, j'! __ K. SHAJEffO&XAXraMS, Cbamb'R. .^-"iENBYSTIJSCjkliEB^-Antrjm^ for cLkRS$t>f.jspxcovv!xB, VE G. JISXC&ES*, Soathaiiptoa. FOR CPOTXJj^KEASTrBE^, ' JAMES W.= EJ.S>EK, 'St..Th(3mc3. . . _ . for cokinssVosER. it? :"HEim-Y;«aOBJ'Giilncy!< - • -¦ '' . .? ' *>: ¦ i'ORi)iREci:oE'6]f ' (rHE boor. '¦' . ' , 3, ' , f J ' ViOBtjsr BCfcBSiEI?, (ttmnftersboirg. ; ;•-" ;. ' ¦ - , ¦ _. /JsoB^AirDto-pf t,'- - m ' ; • i •. ' - ' .TWIB.'S; AJHBERSOS » Wflshiijgtbn.
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
The Tinioa men of Chester have-' ' nominated Dr. WHmer Worthtogton for Senator, P. Fraze ' rJImith, "Wr W .bdleand ' B; L. McClelland for , AssemBly, B. J. p a ^ more for Associate Judge, Franklin H aines for Prothonotary, Capt, Geo C. M; Eycholts for Register, Daniel Andrews for Recorder, Thomas . H. Wi. idle for, Clerk, awj Jamea J. . Cjreigh' for; District,. Attorney. The nominejss for Assembly have-servwl with unusual credit for two years, and Mr. Creigh', son of Rev. ' Dr. Creigh of Mercers burg, is the present Prosecuting Attorney, 4ind has served,with greaLgallantry in ; 6ne of the Reserve Regiments. : The ' ticket will have fully 3,000 majority.. , , ....
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
The Democrats of Centre county, have nominated C. T. Alexander for Assenibly, Jame&Lipton fdrProthonqtary, J. P. Geplieart for Register, and John Shannon for Treasurer.. Centre Ought to elect' a d^cr e ' tit ticket this fall. • 1 . : " " " ' WEgive in to-day' s paper an excellent 'portrait fif.Gov. Curtin, with a brief ; " biography of his life. . In ,our next issue, we will gjye: a portrait of Judge Agnew, th'f Union candidate forSupreine Judge, J withVb!ograjAy; ' : ' '' ¦ ' ' ¦ ? . . '" ' l ' " '
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
J0H1V BBEDIN, Esqi, Cbairriian : of the Democratic committee in* Bdtfer county, has issued an address warning the democrats hgainst the Kriiglitk- of ' the; Golden'Cirtle: He is informed that ' effprts1 are "being made to get the Democrats into such organizations, and hij protests against It. 'JBid*dle should''cashier; lilni—the "fellow sSeims' to tqink it wrong foir iD ' eui' pcittsto Join sworn banda of . disloya! men. ! ,Taro B& , out, ' Charles! 1 "' '; '" " ; ' - ' '= '¦""'• " '" ! ' !' " ! " [ THBDemo^ate df Jujwata cpttrit^i^yi nominated Jonathan Weiser for AsseniibTy Geo. W. Jacoi)sfor_ Prpthonqtaryi John . B., M. Todd for Olreasnrer, and s Sbhn Foltz for ComipissioBerf Oapt. WJiartonTTrhoTeonk Hianded a conipany in the 12Gtb regiiaent, and who was fn timspast one of the> con" trolling spirits! of the party, with nonritatioHsat his disposal for iiiinself and.fiierids r ys s proposed; for Assembly;- but received jnst 5 votes t^ 25 for bis anti-war coriijt...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
\l: ^Ke r6btjl force .at Little Koefc,' Arkahsiis, is-estimated at 40,000 men, most «f whom ate '<Tmsw-ipts,and only half armed, ' They ' . are '¦eotnmdndeil by Generals Kirby Smith ; and IPriee; who are throwing up works thirteen inilcs below the city. , ' ' , " ' 2 On'fhc28tkof July last,'Gol., Kit Carson, with a .portion of the 1st New Mexican regiment, ' had;a tight with thelfavajoo Indians* neor . Fort parjby. The .sav&ges were aefcat-«sS, with' ii loss of thirteen killed, tweiity wo'uhded, and a large number of prisoners. If the dispatch received at Cincinnati be <Wtrect General Biirnside entered Knosville, the capital of rebel' Tennessee, on_the 4th. j Tliis city was a. focus of a very strong Union) sentiment at the outbreak of,the rebellion,) but the long occupation, by the rebel.armies £as probably driven the patriots into' -.exile| or into the grave. Buekner badii considera-f ble army in this region, from which,he wafe ' lately engaged in ueji'dir...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
T>mBLip.';SALJL T -JK& 1 subscriber ¦ n, wHleeljibji! nblio.&tfe^hioiiesidehcejin (lailluid toivTishlpj n.t,: Etonfer t Sfricklorrs taper- Mill, on Thursday, (halt, if..October, next, tb&Mloving PersonalPropsrty v viE:iXWO GOOD COWS. J5 head qf.Hogs-, 1 .Spring: Wagol t I liireshing -Machino ; I \fueat h'rni; 1 Ciittin^Bos, h J a.nujjiber, of farming implements. Also. O iVttrioty. . 4 Household and SItcheaFlipSITlyEE, viz-. Bedsteads- ¦ -eddiny, ^Jnpbonrds, one Wsy: Vlocfe, c'wk Jiod t«»4»>-iee KfQvee,: Dishes, and a ¦ great: variety of ariiclesnot ;;«CBsary toenqmoiate. . . " -,.,'., ¦ r-SiiloflilOo' e* il^vrhon tho terms will be madeknown. . eeptMs;.,- !..--.•..«. : • JOHN SIO W£fc»tfr.. W " ATC IES, JEWELRY ' ¦- ( • /. ' :"/..( ¦ ¦ i ' . i . AMT SIITE^ABE. Tim undereig « X wonhl \ respectfuliy,Uivlte yonr ttttebi ion to' his w ( selected stock of 1'ino Gold, a»d .Silver WAX0H.ES, i oe (GoJi JEWgUlV., of ev?iy kindand vwlety.jotrt-s fir-co...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
Editor of 'RipoHitory—Dear Sir: With our permission I wish to say to th« tcaderg of ' yont paper that I will send .by return mail to nil who wish it, (free) a'Recipe, with , full <lir<rCtioD9 for making and using a siniitlcVotietabie Balm ' , ' tliat wlil fSvctuaH; reniove,'l& >0 minutes, Pimples, Blotchus, Tan, ' Fr«kIe8, and allIinpariUes of the Skln,lcaviug tlio sam ' o soft clear, .fcmOuth aricE beaatifut. I wilt ilio mail frea to th ' oso barlh* Bah} Beads dr JJare Faces, simple directions and in(ormnfiou that -will enable them to start h) fnll^growtfn of Lnxurlant Kair, Whiskers, or a MotuUr.be , in less than 30. days;; Alljafpllcations answered by roturn^iail -without charge. , ' Kcipectfully yoaW, ! " ¦ . : I •' ¦ ' ' : " iirOS.F.CHAPMAN, '' ' • ' • ¦ ¦ ••" • ' Chemist. jaly2i'63-3m. So. 8S1 Broaawfty * ,Ncn'yolt., DK. RADWATS PILLS ¦ ¦' Vli. KADWATS PII.L8 '• '¦ '• ' ' DK. RADWAT'S PILLS • Arc superior to all other purgative meilicines In th...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
piIAMBERSBURG COM MER-\J CIAL COCLEOB.—Donble Entry BoofrkeGiimp. Itnainess Urid. Ofnahterital Penmanshin, Card Wrltting. ic, taujrbt in superior style. Ter,ms for n thorougCoJuniercluin " »nTsb.$"20. A pood Kano! Writing ' gUaTaiueed to all for fo. Klplit Class.from 7 td9 o'clock.' For further particulars, calt at the Collpgo Boouib (Academy U ildin^lor address ¦ ' ' m-ptdV' Pnif. A. Sf. TRIOTfER. EXSeUTOfi'S NOTICE.—Notice Is lereb'y given that Letters Testamentary to the Estate ilMiiliii'lu Starcr. Kvle drLettejk«nny t ' ownahip, deceased.have. bcen ' gbmted to the undersigned, - resi. ding in.Uirgan rotr-nsfi/n. All ppiuous knowing ' themselves indebtcl to Said, Estate wMtnk'Hge niflbo. iinmediate " payment? and' tbusc having cUiuis «'ill present *hem p»*o^>erly authenticated (or jicttlpaciit. aiRISTIAN SNOKK, Sept. H '53 Biocutor. A DMlklSTEATORS'NOTICE.— f\ N*otce is hereby given that Letters of Administration onthe Kstateol James Kirfcpatrfck, Intoof Fannrtt townil...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
The'Georgia Constitutionalist of the 24th of August contains » ' letter frdin ' . -Eoljert Toombs, late 1 Senator 'of the TJmted : States and; late Rebel Secretary of State. It is undoubted and startling ..evidence of,the litter bankruptey''and failure,of the Confederacy. HeLboldly exposes .the wickedness and corruption- of Me manager8^pfithe^b o^ns Government, and says that the whole rebellion is rotten, useless and taitked. ¦ '- The laws ire weak * and the rulers oppressive, and a starving community are iaipoveiished and plundered. We quote the following .remarkable paragragh: '•• ¦ . • _' i - ¦ , <> - .. - •;Can I say more to' expose the "boundless folly of our present ' ' financial system. The ' history ' qf the citrr ' encfy> ' of our enemies^ since ihe beginning vfthis war, is humiliating to «*. . . Either had fo. reign credits; B6th had ppworful and establmhed,State Gcivernnierits to. back them; • We were united in favor of ' the wtir. ' .They were di...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
TTEADQUABTEES oe PEOTOST ill i JIAE3HAL; SttfeeriCi. ^fsJrict^ftanjSrtSSto, ulinSbcnbore,'September 5, 1863.—The ' .iblicftriag is. publl-hedforthoinforjnatton of all concerned: <¦ '"s lRt. Ibe payment of $S00kxemp . t ' ^ from th'aonsoSift butn6tfroiri'iniy:Biibwtiuetifdrarti" ! ,' -^ ' . ' ¦ 2d. A drafted man nWS ) *y®0 ** oro " !!r! * ' " tI '' s *^" 1 ** ArtEUihe'Boaia. ' ntidn Examination 'have pronounced hinrfitfoMnis ' seryfce: . : '[" . „ ,. ;; ' '"" r3i id'rttftod'manmayofferamhstltnteany,day(Bnn-S>*yireicepted) between the honrs set by'tha Board for .th»VpuTO»e,-b .nthemuat ha'se previously *omplj«d»lth thVrtqniremeatsof Secrr of Circular sS'from tne^co ottfioFrcrtaat Marshal Gerietal-aHcli providesthagfAll po«K«i8 who-may bo drafted, andnwhoiinay-.deslr* t» fptesentBubstittiteS shall give notice in- writing to.rtbo >Board:of Enrollment that on snch-Aday they .will presehtasnbstttnt*.giving hlsname, resi^encsj-age, tod «tatlnirwhotherb8:i9ar»aUcn.or ...
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
,'" ,' price crajuEsfT ' ", v '-.-. " ¦ 'OF ' ;... • • " • ETrSTEIE& y&^; SBO'&. CORpECTEb.-VrEKKLT. " , ~ „ , . ¦ - • :¦ ' • " CITAMBEiiMi VUG, Sept. S,WZ. ncTTEBi.-. >.^ 1« Washed ^Vont..i...._.^ -60 UuUS...._.i.;.............,; ! 12 UNWA3UF.B WOOL........ •, ' Ai i.\rin...;.4............:.i.'...- ; ,S OtorEtt OESDJ,.:. « 5 0!) TitLOVc...™.- 8 TiMoijre 8eb>;;^.;...... 3 00 SoiP. ...itooFux Srn> 1 25 Bacos Ha»s.. „ 12 PiRin ¦PSACnis-.V... . ... 3 U0 BACOS-Sro«s.v.;...,.v..j - . .. 8 Ukpauct PetcBES.... . .. % 60 Soup ' BJ:AS9...»r. : 180 Dbieb AOTiis ' ...' .... 100 CHAMBERSB VJIGFLO XJR AKD GRAIK ;,. . .; , , -lldJtlCET.-. .:,;, ,-*• ' . corrected Al ' cBrAMBKRSii ' trRa Mri jiiu " ; Rom— i^yte i ; i..;:.....;i87 00! Vlonr—Beii ..i.:.....i.... ,..,...+ t} 50. \vina.t--^hito....:.-: . 1 .™.:i..'.... l ».:....v..'. :...:...I i io Whatf-Ueil ..;.:.:....... 1 ...-.,...y.:... ! ..V.'.'...'..« .„-.„, 1 00> Ci>rn.....:/.:.. ....
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
UNDN JtEETINGS . .; " ::. ; • / . IN FEASKLIS CGBSTt - * %o People of Franklin' Counfji jwUhont Distinction of-Party, ¦ . * ; -Whoare in favor of - ,; : , SCffAINIXG THK GOVBBSMEOT ' ,- i ¦ ¦ . , - ^ agoiast ,- ' . . i; , - Irigcd Traitors'in tho South "* "" , '. ' ." ,:«wd " ' . . . . .3 gecc$h Foes at Hornet ] Who " will Sas(airl .io Bravo Soldiers in tho I^old ' " ¦ ' ¦ battWfor ' ¦'¦ " ' -j *; - f Tho Life of thoBepablio ; ' i . . . • ,. ¦ ,/ , , and our _, ','., . ' ,., .. ¦ |. Bonored Nationality:''' f " ..>.; » j^-Tfh^favor the -Election > - •-— ;.- 1 . ' of ' .V>£iO7. ASfiKHTW- S. ' -fJ^ETb?' .!. r: ' ¦ the . i - - ,'J lithfelJanrX Patriotic ISfSjutive i 3 ^ ; ,-,,-j I • ¦ ¦ ¦ and the /¦. . /* - ¦• s-i ¦ ¦•¦ '- }¦ Soldiers' Priend-.i " • - ' , ' " ; We requdsted to ,, ,' '' , ' ATEND DISTRICfM^ElijJGS . •' " j t'the following named .places;, , WAYN E30Rd',.... :..;.Monday, Septou% 121. GBEENCBTIiE..Taesdny'do. : 22. MRRGEIffiOaG ...;. - ..- ..- ..n-....
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 9 September 1863
teALTJAELE HEALISTATE. F,QH Y SALE.—Tho undersigned, Executors of Jalinea BeatlyTBiid nlso tif'CuthaEtne- Beatty. late of Antrim *o«aj£hip,d<!c'd,will uffrratPnbljcftilo.onthejiramisin on the days mentioned, thtfjrolloyrlng, described BealjKitate,towlt: ' . , - -. ' ..,;, „- ¦ -•• " •. ;;-'V!0!» Tlittrsday, the lfft day qf- October,nsc* > on tbo Mansion Farm, at 10 o'clock, A 51, said JUAKSl65KABliI,wnM8tir/g bf;4 tiattof Land iltnAt«t»bont S*emllat,lJorth<ast of.Grcencastlc,la Enid-townjhip, boandc '4 by Uids of James DavWsoq, C.BrechbiIt; Henry Wenger, jacobahel George Speelman " and "others, containing 162 ACRESmore or, Ics%. with a Inrge two storied STONE BWBWiIlfO . HOIlSE, o. Iarg« Stone Bank Barn, Corn Crib, and other outbuildings thereon. There is a never-failing '5r .eU l of Water, on said Farm with a Pomp ia it. AlsoVThere lg on raidland alarge OROI1ARDU choice Fruit Trees! _ .' . . ' .;. ., At the same time, will .hejoffered at Public Salea TRACT ...