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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

ff(SE GEEAT 'CAUSE OP ;HO-1 MAN MISEEY.—Just Publlshod in * SeaMd'Eareiop8;Prico6l0ta- A,Lcctqroby.Dr. Cnlverwell. on. the Cause and. CurebCSpe 'rnwtturrhaja; Cdti3tt/opti(!n, ; Jlentol and Physical Debility, Nervousness, Epilepsy, Impared Kutrltioft of the B»)dy: LniTituae;-vreaknt*s of tbe Limbs and the Back; Indisposition, apd Incapiiclty for Studynod Labors'Dullness-of Apprehonston;-Losiiof Memory; Aviorslon W Society: Love of SjUtudw TMdity- Self-Dislihist (Dtoiness: Hewiacher Atfeetrdns of tho Eyes; Pimples on .tho -Face* lavohintary -Emmis; tans. "and Sexual liitapiicity;' tho Coriseo,uenceV of yoathfiil ¦ 'iS^h&u 'feb1e- ' !r,eUrit'o c c1earfy ; ' proves that the ¦ttbo^enumdratc4. - . ofteiiselfafflicudeTll ^ nmy ^ bo rfcmoved witharit: meillcino ima witllout HoUfeetous ' snt* caloperatloris. aud.saanld.-bttiaadiiby-cajcry youth, aad eV 8onVuiiS8T «e»f > *" "n y addresi; ifi tfpfafn . ' senlea enveloDe nnthoVecoiptofslzcents-or two postage stampB, b?Sdd?wsWg...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

THE OTTPKESSACY OF' UW The supremacy of: law. is the i only, safety of the citizen, and we cannot, especially at this time, inculcate the sa'netity of civil and social order with too much earnestness; , One of the inevitable results of . fraternal'war, in all ages, has been a tendency tq lawlessness; a disregard, of constituted authorities; a contempt of nilers> and unless arrested by the power of the govef rinient, has ever resulted in anarchy.. . " ' " < ,-.• ¦ ¦It is not to be disguised that the evil fruits of lawless teachings have been manifested in the, North. For more than a year past, with a considerable portion of reckless political leadera, the'Safety of the Bepublic has been subordinated to the hope of petty party triumphs; and'the government has been assailed at eyerypoint while engaged in a deaths-trijggle for existence. Every measure adopted for the suppression of murderous treason has been perverted and. condemned,, and even the solemn enactmen...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

•THE SITUATION >¦ At the'time;of this• writing (Tuesday. - noon)- . there has been no.general engagement between the armies of. Gens. Meade and Lee. Skirmishing^iasjpeen almost . constant for several 'days, andthVloss on both sides has been unusually severe for outpost engagements. Gen ; Buford had quite a spirited fight with the rebel cavalry a little west of BoonsbPro' on Friday, and Gen. Kilp atrick engaged the rebels at Funkstown' on .Saturday, rout ing them handsomely., The same day a part of Sedgwick's corps ~ engaged Lee's extreme right under Longstreet, ;near the old Antietam battle-ground, ana compelled Longstreet to fall back some five miles towards Williamsport . withVconsiderable loss. On the west i 'Gen;.,Mulligan has had heavy skirmt 'ishing, but has steadily advanced down ;the National road, until he now holds : . jptearspring, and the,important posi' tions on the Potomac .within a few miles of Williamsport. ' ¦ ; ^These collisions have bstrn but ef- ...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

WOTOH STATE COKVENTIOM The Union State Convention, called originally to mcetat Pittsburg,,on the, 2d of July, was postponed to the 5th of August, in consequence of the rebel invasion. The Union Committee recognized the fitness of postponing all', 1 political movements. while there should be a foe upon loyal soil, and therebyrelievod many/delegates to the Convention who are now in the ranks to defend the border. —The names of quite a number of able and meritorious men, has been suggested for. the Union nomination for Governor. Messrs. John Covode, of Westmoreland; J.iP. Penny,and J. K. Morehead, of Aliegheny; .^T; W. Ketchum-, of Luzerne; Jas. H. Campbell, of Pottsville; M. M'Michael and John C. Knox, of Philadelphia; Jas. L. Reynolds, of Lancaster; Heister Muhlenberg, of Berks; F. Jordan, of Bedford, and probably others whose names we do not now recall, have been advocated by their respective friends; but the manifest'unwillingness of the party to relieve Gov. Ccbtin from ...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

THEjEic^mogi2^5ers of the ; 6th egn^HniespatcheS'from Lee's army stating that he had defeated Meade; captured 40,000 prisoners and was then marching uponEaltimori! Bully for Lee! Meade' .will wipe his ,spsctaeles when he finds that he has been so soundly thrashed, half his army captured, and Lee vegetating down towards Baltimore I ¦¦ , ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ The new State of West Virginia recently elected its first State officers. Arthur L. Boreman was chosen Governor, and J, L. Boyers Secretary of States .. This is a new, thrifty, free Commonwealth added to the Union; and thus is the glory of old slave?ridden Virginia passing away. ' In our advertising.columns will be found an official notice of certain amendments to the Constitution, proposed by the Legislature. By one of these, soldiers in the actual service of the; United States may be allowed to vote. The other proposes -eertaan restrictions upon the mode of Legislation WE . surrender pur columns altnosfc entir r ely this week to the...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

THE PE3f JfSYlVASIA KBSEBVES The ;remnant"of the heroiei Pennsylvania Reserves surpassed, if possible, their acc ' ustbmedgallantry, at Gettysburg, tinder the leatl of their youthful commander, .G^n. S. W. ICbawfqed. The Philadelphia ^ Inquirer of Monday thus records the achievements of this justly famed division:; .. "All will remetaiber'that the . frittle " of T/huradny wa& -mainly an overwlTeifiring attack of the ohemy on the'left of ourjibsition, and that the brunt of the Wsault was borne for BBveral hours by. ' tb.eu Third , Coros, under Sictles, which was at last compelled to give way. He was literally oTcrwhelmei|. Then the Fifth Corps and parts 'of others were nioyed m, but a portioa of the Fifth was turned and driven back, and disaster was imminent. , Theretreating.colunin came pressing .hack oni. ' thevReseEypst^tien Gen. Crawford, seizing a color, iode«P and down the lino of his piyision, keeping his men steady until the way. was clear, i?hen he ordered a ...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

Fbsnando; ^fooi); Copperhead M. C. &pm New. York,-sometimes tells the truth'—perhaps not so much because of the intrinsic- merit of the article, asifor the-"sake of Tarity or reference: ; He Avrote a letter to the late Democratic jmeeting in Philadelphia, called^ denounce the arrest of Vat landigfiam, in whieh^he.stated, with more candor and courage than patriotism or policy, the real, purpose of the*vCopperhead leaders. He thus flings his banner to t&Vbreeze: ¦; "But dpi not let us forget that those who perpetrate Such outrages as the anest and banishment of Mr. Vallandigham, do so as necessary war measures. Zetti»iherefohestrife at the tause, and declare for pcace'and tigaitist the war!", .' : ••'¦ ¦ • .:¦ . - • ¦ ... Gov.Bigler and others made Speeches at this'meetirig; but not one word*, was said in denunciation of Fernando's proposition for the summary arrest of the war. . On the^Gjrtrji&fpnr sentiment ^s^3»eeive^with more epphjatie^ap^rpbation by ...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

• The quota of troops called for from Franklin county by the Proclamation of the .Governor, to aid in; the . protection of the State is 840, and it is due to the caufte and to ourselves that our full number be contributed promptly to the common defence. At least one Artillery company andseveralCavalry companies should be organized, sothat we should have artillery, and scouts trained and ready to respond at a moment's callin any future emergency. We know how sadly our people have suffered, and that the plundering of our stock and driving away of hundreds of, negro laborers ! have rendered it next to impossible to spare.many men 1 from our fields" ; but the future safety of the border demands that we should respond with our fall quota, and we entreat each district to Set about raising men at once: . .

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

POLITICAL ITEMS ,. The Wesibote of (Columbus, and : the Volkffrcwid of Gincinnatt-^the' leading Democratic German' papers inOhio—refuse to " siipjjort VaHandighamj -' ' The Democrats of Somerset county have put iii nomination A.; J. Colborn, Esq;,'o^ the Somerset Bar, for; Assembly.'. W. ' Jf. ¦Baer, Esq., was recommended as a candi3iio for ' the Senate. ' ' l ; ' ' ¦''' •'; " The • Democrats of Washington County have nominated Win/Hopkins forlSenatoiy ¦Wwu |Glennand Isaac. NewkiritiTor A^embly, and Andrew Brice for Pijthonotary. — Washington elects a ; Senator, with Greene. . The Hon. Charles J. Biddle has restgned tBeappointeent'of(jhaifmaii oftheitamo- " cratic StaK Central (jomniittee of PpnnsyJi vnniai."in order to give, as aprivate soldier * , or in any. sphere thai .may be\>j#n to him, " his whole exertions for r ih§ ' def(iM.e of'OM invaded Common wealth." Why *~res!gtt? Is it .against any rule of the Denipcratic.party thaii forbids its leading- members to |gb...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

The EKIEND8 of the union cause cannnot . ' organize too early ,o^ too earnestly. Our opponents 1 are making extraordinary exertions to establish ^einselves firmly. in every , district, and they must be met by active and systematic effort if we would secure victory. Thousands of Democrats are loyal in purpo^, and need but to understand the, disloyal aim of the Copperhead leaders to estrange them from the foes of the Government ana bring.them into the Union ranks. Be this, our /work nowjand henceforth, to unite in effective organizations every lotal mAn, without distintion of party- • - Thisuworks wants nntiring, judicious organization: and labor. Our cause; deseftfes it—let it not be denied its Jast claims upon every patriotr; ;• .•;:; -t- -- .¦¦ •¦ ¦- ¦ ¦? . ¦'

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

A. H. Stevens, the Vice President of the bogus Confederacy, came down the James River last week and sent a letter to Admiral Lee asking permission to go to Washington to deliver a message from Jeff. -Davis and personally confer with President Lincoln on the subject to which it referred. Admiral, Leo referred the letter to the President who declined the interview, adding that the customary^ agents and channels were adequate for all necessary communication. The contents of Davis's message to the President are not known; but.it-is more than probable that Steyens believed Lee's invasion to be successful, and he hoped tofind Lincoln prepared; to entertain some propositions for peace upon the basis of separation rather than have Lee thunder at his capital.

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

TJ3B PI5O6KESS OF THEWAE, The sincere'j»atript has much]to mourn in .the repeated ' disasterft ]to our arms, and r th.e disappointment j of cherished hopesvOf success in- different Quarters; but w& must not be Unmindful that much; has "been already accomplished in narro\ving the limits pf.arnied itreason, 1 ^and some of t£& most brilliant achievements in the history of war have beenwoii ^ by^ur ' heroic.troopsi ¦ ¦ /) ~ ¦ '!' ., ,, When the rebellion opened its feikrftil drama.of blood, " it held undisputed sway inrall the Gulf Statesj/ ex^ep itihg only. Forts Picking;'and ^Pbrtugaf;|it had entire possession of Virginia, |of Tennessee;' of Kentucky almost jfco the Ohio iin^,;of Missouri,' of North Carolina' and-Df South'Carolina.; TWis started this yioked f wanton i war—r with the coa^piratprs prepared, as far as the labor i of yearswitiin .the government could ' prepar&.themj to erikct.the crbais'oned tragedy tpiat lias since.passed.into history!...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

)^» . Johjt JL SHaTOOK ;is.' authorized to 'receive Subscriptions and; Contract far Advertisements ftrthGltoosiTOBYinthe Boston cities. ' ': ' J " . " ],, Gov. CpSftra arrived here on Monday evening"from the; battle-field of [Gettysburg, aceompaniedbjr Gen. W. i-W-.Irwin, Commissary General of the State. He has been at Gettysburg j'ibrBeVffli'al days, giving his personal {Attention to. ' the care' and removal of $ur Pennsylvania wounded, and it is • ' ¦Jits purpose,, we le&riiy to Move "with ! Gen.-Couch's column" , 7 and remain until the, final struggle has been fought en the Ibanks of the Potomac.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

It is- a healthy sign 6f the timcp khitthe Peace iapvement inaignrated by Wood^& Co in .Ifcw York is not encouraged by.: the. Demociate generally. True ^ Wm. B. " Beed/'J. Glancey Jones, and'a few ether, fos-Bils, write letters to Fernando in favor of peace; but the shrewder leader* and^lthe masses are unwilling to surrender the-country thus shamelessly to treason. Will the Democratic State Convention at HarriBbnrg,today ' be reached by Wood & Co. ? Another day will determine. T .

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

- - THElforthern GentralEailroadhas been repaired aiid is ; noW' . running trains regularl y both to Baltimore and over the; Hanover brancK to. Gettys r burg. . " _. ' ¦ „ :; : ,Soijpiebs .. hi :the serriee are,.f?rrriisheil witn\ib6 BEPOsiroRT' at' ft* rate of $1.00 per annum—but little more than the cost of white paper. The friends of our brave volunteers could not in any other way furnish such:an acceptable evidence of thejr regard for the : defenders of tiie; old flag ;as by sending tliem, a we4S%- paper from home. The ^ Expository will be mailed to soldiers iii strong wrjjppers ,at2§ cents for thre&months; 50 cents for six months; and $1.00 per annum. ; The paper Will invarably be discontinued at the expiration of the period for which it is paid. Eetoittances can be made in postage stamps.

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

OEC-SJMrsrEir&sB'cnEaQ- Wednesday Horning,. July 15, 1863

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 15 July 1863

ftfilSferii«iaKi,£:. "(' Oj SDESAiSpE:.—Be¦¦ enacted and \ardtiintd by Hit BitTgatand Town €buneilof the i'SirrtHtgkof Oiaswe ' tsbu^ianit it it hereby enacted and ' • rdainai by the authority ofVa tame, Tlmtjho Tweatyi ourth,8ecti<in of the General, Bprough Ordiaanceain : f.latlcntotliobtiildfog.mAklns or placing any Rick, , tespta'Paracl of Grain,-llay,Straw, Chaff or.Foddor . cu-,' tber Combustible Material, pAMed tho25th<layof3nly, i "S53, and "An Ordinance witu reference- to tho.kijepins : r Stnw,Hay,andOrasaivitljIiifhelilnitjortntsbornugh • t Chajnbenihnrg, and rtgulating th^.crectioaof Stfoir ¦ teaming Buildings, 1 ' passed the 8th. dny of JanuBTy, A. . ,1858; ba arid. tUosdnia are hereby repeated.'' . " . ' . .Passed and ordained tftallth day ofJune..A. D.1S63. " -.", J. T. HOSKII^BON, Burcesn.' . . , " ' awaststs*,. .. "" . , 5).,M;T«i8B«ii , , .'. ¦' j.,w, r Kg6i*r:.v. ; ; ..' . '^. -^BvM«7', Htext: . '._ JfwniCKEioilBicsr,: :.\. Town Connect., , /U.O....

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