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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

Maine has given tM:; copperheads another settler. After an exhausting struggle, the Union candidate for Governor gains in every county reported. Not a single copperhead triumph has there been in 1863, not a single one will there be at the polls outside the limits of Jeff. Davis' . immediate power. = Does, Judge Woodward hear ? - We give on the third page the admirable addres^qf Maj. Wayne Mcv Yeagh, Chairman of the Union State Committee. It presents the issue of this vital contest in a. clear,and masterly njanner, and no ona,.-&an read it without profit. Let it be as widely studied as possible. The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin has appeared in a new suit. It is an able and earnestly loyal journal, and we rejoice at this evide&ee of its prosperity. .» ' ¦ I We are indebted to Hon. E. lc-Phevson for the Report of the Committee on the Conduct of the War.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

i WHAT OF THE STATE? . In 1860 the Democratic party was disintegrated and practically without organization, because of the mingled imbecility, treachery and corruption of tjie Buchan ' an administration. It had two candidates for the 1 Presidency j and a party struggling for each, looking to future domination rather than present; success. Foster tried thb'»ot uncommon but as yet unsuecessM feat ofja small politician riding two nags heading opposite ways at once, and although a tolerably united effort was made for Mm, ,he was defeated by over 32 ,000. majority. ; In 1861 there wpre no State officers or Congressmen ' to olect and the State went by defaultj and in 1862 Ihe coilifusion resulting- from the proximity ( of Gen. Lee's army to our borders, ithe calling of the militia and Stuart's ! raid, prevented" anything like systematic effort to poll the vote of. the State. Berks and Lancaster were both reckoned doubtful on Congress —so little was known of the tendency of popular...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

Unfounded, rumors of a rebel advance into Franklin county hpre been started' almost daily\dtuing ithe last week. At noon yesterday, pur lines in Virginia were undisturbjed, and there is no information at be ad-quarters of any movement in th is direction. The last reports seem to settle the question that Leo is falling back, and, if so, there is no reason to apprehend even-raids North of-the Potomac. If our people yill only resolve to be ready for raids, wo shall pretty certainly escape, them entirely.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

UNION COUNTY TICKE FOB, ASSEMBLX, , . I. JEFFEESOK jriM.."6bambe|«bBre WILUAMA. CJRAY. Walton. , . FOE PBOTHOKOTABT, j . K. SHANXON TA*£XOR, CbaEjib'K. EOK KESISTEB AITD KECOBDEB, HENRY STBICKIJ3B, Antrim - TOB CLEBK .OP THECOTJKTS, , WB. G. 9HTCHEIX, Southampton. - 'JOB. COUMTY TREASURES, JAHES G. EU>EB, St. Thomas, j FOB COMMISSIONER. ¦ I ¦ HENRY GOOD, Qulncy. ' . , j ' FOB DIBECTOB OF THE POOJ& JOHN SOBBXiER, ChMnberslrargi - FOB ATTDITOB, ¦ * • | WJl. 8. AMBEBSON. Wuablnirtbn.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

UNION STATE TICKET FOR GOVERNOR, ' ANDREW G. CURTIS, Centre > v ' FOR SUPREME JUDGE. DANTE!. AGKEW.BeWer. ¦ „

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

OSL&JMrBEESBXriBp- wednesday Morning, Sept. 16,1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

Victories for the Old Flag CHEERING FROM CHARLESTON! i ¦¦ *"¦ ¦ * Forts Wagner and Gregg Oecapied j by Union Troops! Morris Island Evacuated by the Rebels! THE SIEGE PROGRESSING GLORIOUSLY! EAST TENNESSEE REDEEMED CHATTANOOGA AND KN0XV1LLE CAPTURED Co mber land Gap Captured with its Garrison of 2.OOO Rebels! A VICTORY IN ARKAISAS The Capitol Captured I FORT SMITH OCCUPIED ; Fortress Mojtbok, Sept. 9.—The follow ing are the despatches from Charleston con tained in the Richmond TFVunofyesterdiiy :— EVACUATION OP MORRIS ISLAND. Charleston, Sept. 7.—Tho bombardment was kept up without intermission all day yesterday, 1 and far into the night. About one hundred and fifty of our men were .killed and wounded in batteries Wagner and Gregg. The attempt to assault Gregg was repulsed before ' the enemy had completed their 'landr ing. Great havoc is supposed to have been played in the enemy's boats byxmr grape and canister. At dark, on "Wednesday, the enemy having advanced thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

> . . CnMBERLASD Gap, Sept, 9,1863. ¦Mapr-GenbralV HjaxECK i {bmmniuter-in-Chief:' . ¦ - ¦ - - . -. I have telegraphed you our . movements up to the occupation of ILnoxville by our forces. Since then.jft ' . cavalry force has been sent up the railroad-to within a few miles of Bristol, capturing some three locomotives and twenty odd cars. Another; force, composed at two regiments of infantry,and two. regiments ot cavalry. I brought to thiB place in. person, to re : cnforce Gen Schackleford, who.was here with two regimentsof cavalry, Col. DeCourey being on the , Kentucky sidewith a brigade, which I started in that direction before leaving Kentucky. The infantry 'brigade marched from Knoxville to thiS place, - sixty niiles, in fifty-two hoars.. ¦ The'Rebel garrison here, consisting of over 2,000 men and 14 pieces of artillery, made an, uneonditional'surrerider at 8 p'^ m. to-dav, without a fight. 1 A. E. -BURNSIDE, MajorVGen. Camp Near.Tbeston,. Sept.;?).., To Major-GenJEL. ...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

fpiMOTHY SE^D! TI'MOTHY J i SEED! i—PrimeTimotby Seed for Sale at TeptlS- • s.-- .. .-.,, . XYSTER * BRO. C' _ H. G ORBO~N—suecessOjCto « DieHl & Gokdos—gives notice to h!s enstomert and others, that he is still at the OH) STAND, opposite the Indian Queen Hotel, Main street,Chamborabqrg, I'a. /GORDON HAS A SUPERIOR \T lot of SADULBS. HARNESS, BBIDtES, STIRKOVa, 8PUE8,,\»Wch . he^will teM.chcap for cathor guodtraije. " ' ' . /- STRAW ! STRAW 1!—1000 Tons -pi Straw wanted. I will pay 58 per tin for al, strriH- delivered at mr mill. 3. ALLISON EYSTER. feptlp ' , . ' ¦ . ' . - t7AIiIi GRASS.—500 Tdns Ranted 1^ - —I will pay six dollars per trni for F»U Onus if well cured and delivered at my milt. , . ., -¦"' sept 18 . 3. ALLISOS ETSTEH; "DROAD GEARS,COLLARS, HAli-Jj TERS.nna anything In the leather line belonging to the Saddler's bnrine3s,ataray& on band and mado to ! or« der. ' nnd on reasonable terms, at GORDON'S, opposite the Indian Oaeen.Hotel, Market rt. . . '...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

PHILADELPHIA.' Jfo Copperhead Trlnraph in 1863—Democrats I>esertin(f tbc Party—The City ' Seminations—tten. Butler to Canvass Pennsylvania—Postal Affairs—Jnilfjo Catlwalladcr Decides, the Draft Constitutional—»7nion Meetings. j Correspondence, of The Franklin Ilepository. Philadelphia, Sept 12,186^. "In a former letfer to the Rbpositobt, I called attention to the -fact that no state] in which elections had been held during l$63j had gone Democratic, gince then Vermont, Kentucky and California have declared Against the copperheads, by astounding majorities, nor is it likely the .Democrats will fare any better in theelectionsyetto bohjeld. In the fiill of 1862, under the impression that they were honestly in favor of the Governnient, the Republicans " made no vigorous opposition against them, and besides carrying Pennsylvania, they elected Seymour Gojvernor of 2(ew York, by a. majority, in the.State less than he received in the Five, Points of .New York city. These resu...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

• A Scare.—The Southern end of Main! 'Street was all agog with excitement on Monday morning, caused by the appearance of a! opposed rebel prisoner, guarded by some ^cavalry-men. -He was taken to be one of the advance : guard of an invading rebel horde, ¦Jwid great was ' the alarm thereat. On in-¦quiry, however, it was found; that he was ¦ a harmless lunatic escaped from a neighboring asylum. • % - - " ¦ 1 j ¦ ' Farmers' Association:—The farmers oj; Washington Township, we learn from tbe Jlccot'd, have effected an organization for Jrotection against horse thieves. "W. W j ^Talker . has "been elected President, -and Samuel-B. Rinehart Secretary. Horse ownl «is ace invited to co-operate with the Assoj <Sation by contributing to,the funds and Otherwise encouraging their efforts. j Telegraphic.—The Inland Telegraph <Jompany have just completed a new line, connecting this -place with Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburgh - j The Atlantic and Ohio Company have establis...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

Part of tee's Army to be Tjronsrerreti to . Charleston. \ New York, September. 18.—The Times' correspondent with'the Army of the Potomac writes, under date of the 10th instant: ';It Ubelieved one corps of Lee's army, commanded by Longarcet,. is .moving to Richmond there to be transferred—two divisions to the Northwest and o'ne to Charleston. Hood's divisioli'leftFrederieksburg Tuesday last for Richmond, thence to Charleston. This seems to indicate that the rebels in Virginia will remain entirel y upon the defensive for the coming campaign, which every one here counts upon before winter." lnte«t Rebel Reports fifom Charleston—Destruction Anticipated;—General UU-~ tnore' s Operations. "Washington, Sept. 18.—L _ ate 'Southern papers have been received, containing glorious forebodings ij» regard to the fate of Charleston, the fall of which they apper to'regardus certain. They expect that Charleston will be either surrendered or burned to ashes in a few days, and dread the eft'ect of...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

TTNION MASS MEETINGS.— \J, Umos 8IAI8 Commute* BooMi-rSeptember 9, lioi ^/ .. ¦;.. , GOVERNOR CUBTINIn company with distinguished orators trom adjointng States, will address the people of ttonntylvania at the times and: places named' in th« !o\- lowiug schedule: ' . - : ¦ 1 At GBEBNSBTJRG, ' Westmoreland: county,' HEUB8-DAY. Bept. 17th.. ¦ ' • At ALTOONA, Blair county, FBIDAY. Sept;lgth.' : " At CATASAQOA, Lehigh county, ' SATURDAY, Sept. lOib " . ' . - ' . " - • At EASTON, Northampton county, MONDAY, Sept. 21st. ' " -" - ' , ' i „ At JJORBISTOWN, Montgomery county, JTOESDAY, Sept. 22d. * : • At WEST CHESTEB.ChesUr county, WEDNESDAY, Sept.23d. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ •.'.. ' : - ^ .. AtB15AVEB,Bea»eicbunty,rBIDAY, Bept.2Stli At WA8HINUTON, Waahingtori county, 8ATUBDAY, Sept'26lh. ' : ; " ¦ ' ¦ " .' • ¦ • At INDIAN A, Indiana county, MOND t.Y, Sept. Mth^ . At WILEESBA11BE, Luzerne county, WEDNESDAY, Bept.SOth. . ."-"" . -. > , At 6CJ4ANTON, luicrtie county, THURSDAY, October 1st .. , - - ...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.—Notice is herebyViven that Letters Testamentary to the fcautte of SarahNBobs, late of Mercerabnrg Borough, dee'd, have been, granted to JBe nndersigned, residing in raid Borough^ N ' . ¦ -j, ' AH persoua knowing- themselves Indebted to '.said Es tnte, are hereby requested to make Immediate payment nnd those haying claims or demands against the Estate uf said decedent, will make known thesame wfthout deluy. ' tb • fsoptW.J JA>.. O. CARSON,Ex'r. QROOM. MANUFACTORY;—The ±J undersigned still carry on their. BROOM; MANTJbA>, TOBYi at their old utainl, on East Market Street. Chaniborsburg. .They would Inform the public' that the) hisve provided themselves with a Mnchlno-to take of! Broom Seed, which tbeywill do for such as do not want to do it themselves/ and moke their Brooms Vuap Jar eashi.OTou tbe shares. : They will also pay CASH ¦ I0B, BUOOM CORN If w«ll putup, , . Isept 16-3m] D. * S. J. LITTLE. 1868. 1863. FALL ¦ ¦¦ - " - MILLTKEBY AKD ETBAW G...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

Important J OKDK»,~By^aere«ce our advertising columns it will be eeea that Gen. Couch has issaed an wder, detailing Capt, Ueaoy, Quarter Master of this place, to adjust, finally all accounts contracted by the acting Quarter Masters and others connected \rith the army operations here. This is a timely act of justice, and gives assurance to <kir people that the government is not un-¦inindful of t he claims of citizens. That many wrongs ' were inflicted upon our people Wrcckless and sometimes b y unauthorized ¦officials, there is no doubt; but there will be pimple justice done them now. Capt. Denj py, to whom the task is assigned, is a coorhteoizs and /practice business dim, and our people will find.him e^er ready to hear and adjust claims equitably, without subjecting them to the humiliations they have suffered from a few subordinate military officials here. Gun. Couch has steadily-aimed at justice ip the citizens in this section, and his order is made in good fiiith to ins...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

LAOT IIS From the Army ortbe Potomac—A' Itee» counolsunucp in Force—Heavy Sblrtnisblae at Calpepper—General Pleasoa> ton Captures Guns and Prisoners. > We learn that Mr. Crounse, correspondent •o ' f the New York Times " .with the army of General Meade, has transmitted the. intelligence thatthecorps ofEwell and Hill,> " ecenfly encamped between the. Rapidtin and Culpej>- per G. H., hove fallen back, and are now at Gordons ville, about ' twenty-five milessouth of Culpepper and thirteen miles from the Rapidan, at"teast, if not still nearer Richmond. ~~jt i& evident, from this that the two corps are being used to reinforce Beauregard and Bragg, as has been suspected for tome time past Last night Wlearned from ' a gentlemen who arrived from- Culpepper • that canncinading ;had been heard several hours, and later new,s}rencnedus iihajtGen. Pleasontoni reached ajposition duringyesterday about four miles beyond Culpepper, after heavy skirmishing w...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

DIED On the 5th inst., inGmlfnrdtpwnship, Mrs. Mary Ask, wife of Mr. wm. N. Witherspoon, aeed 46 years, 7 monthB and 5 days. ' On the 25th alt.Anna Emiue . daughter of Henry and-Catharine Carl, aged 16 daya. On tue8th ioBt.. Cathaeine Glikz, aeed'14 years, 8 months and 21 days. - On the same day, Mr- Jobs Schmidt, aged 32 yrs., 7 months and.27 days. On the 28th ult.'. in StonfferetowniELLA Miy, infant daughter of Peter and Matilda Baker, agedl year andedayS;;. " ' ¦ , On tho 5th inst.. in Mercersburg, Mr. Thomas Reynolds, ageft 79 years. • : On 'ie -5th iipst., in MorcerBbnrg, Mrs. Nancy Ring, aged 89 years. On the 7th inst., in Mereorabtira, Marshall 'Wil-KiNB.aged 69 years.. ., . ;. ; On tho 9th inst..,m this place. Samoel. infant «nn ¦ of Lemuel King, agea 7 montEj, and' 4 days. On the 6th inst., Mr. JoHK.RsKyaEw; Sr^ ' in tho 73rd year of his age ,. . . On the 81st ult., near Gfceneasllo, DklIla, danghtor of Jacob Welsh, aged 3 yoarg, anil 10 months. On the 2nd inst. nea...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

TVfEDICAL.DBPARTMENT ItA' i OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MABYLAND, The FIFTY-SIXTH SBSS1ON OF THE SCHOOL Of-MEDICINEin the".DN!V£B8ITYOF MABYLAND vrtlf commence on MONDAY, 4he 19th of October, 1863, and pnd on the 1st of March1864. Afnjl course of Lectures -will be given on all the branches aa follows: ' ¦ ' ' ' , ' ' ¦ ' , " < ' On Surgery—-By Prof. N. B. Smith:- ' v On Chemistry and Pharmacy—By, Prof. Wm. ( E. l -A. On Prinripla and Practice of 3ttdieine, and Clinical Medicine—By Prof. Chew. Ob Obstdrictt and Viitasts of Wbtnen and Children—By Prof. MiJtinbergar . . ' " On Anatomy and Phytiilopy—By Prof. Smith. ' On Institutet of Jtedicine^&laUria Medico , and Them* jaau:,—uyrroMiicsnerry. Practical Anatomy will be taught by Jamu B.Butler, tl. P., Demonstrator. During the continuance of . the : war, Jftfi'tary Surgery ind Military Ht/geirie'will be introduced M a" regular* partot the course. * > ' ¦ ' ¦ Matriculates of this School have! access at all flute* to th...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863

T^TEW.TREB ENTERPRISE.—As ^^( lam this day resuming my yearly " trip to theiftpv England States and New,York, to ascertain and investi gate, the best and moat improved system of Emit Growing, I invite the attention uf ail those who .wish to havu Orchards and Fruit Gardtn ~ plant«d on tho most improved system. On tbe. 15th. 11 th and 17 th inst. I expect to attend thegi cat Cunvention of tho Fruit Grywero' Societyof Easton,'Pa ^ to be hrld In the Museum Hall,in PhimdetpVIa, when mo-1 of om scientific Frnit Qrovrera and Nurserymen are expected to meet, far the purpose of consulting upon the most improved BjPBtem of Frolt -culture. From thence I expect to travel through .tho New England States and >> ew York, by way of the Geneeee Valley, (perhaps one of tbe greatest Fruit-growisg countries in the world.) which will enable me to make a large and complete collection of Fruit as specimens, which I intend to exhibit m my return, at my Office, in Mercersburg, for tbe beneli...

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