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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

A SETTLER'S EXPLOIT As Samuel Bowditch, one of the early sottier's on Grand riyer, in Kcar ucky, was going across a patch, of swamp, out ni'tvrnodn, about t half a mile from his dwelling, io look after jsome cattle, he heard a stijek. snap behind him, and turning quickly round, found him- ' . self confronted with a huge savage, in ali t thehideousness of his warj-paint, and with . riffe,or musket levelled al;1iijs head, the mu ' z-.zle not more than four feet from him. - Bowditch "himself had a riflejn his hand, but bo Jinew, Che Indian, could shoot him before he could raise, it and fire, and he did not make .the attempt, but immediately dropped it. to , the gTouhd and held .up his! palms, in token ..of submission. • ' J On seeing this, the savage walked-up and Cftirl • " 1 ¦ " GiveInjun gun!" J "I see you're a big chiefi and I hope wo may be friends.". 1-'•"Where live?" asked the savage, as he produced a stout thong of deer-skin, and proceeded to bind the hands of bis capti...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

CIJPT GO VAULAA' - The Leading War Democrats of Cinctn> nati and-Hamilton-county, have issued ah address;callings Convention >'todetermine by what course we can bestdischargeourduty to our country and" ourselves-during the present crisis of our ^ national affairs." In their address they say |, - ... i . " . . . ' : "A crisis has alrrived,'when itbEcpmeanecessary that the i voice of true -Democracy should be heard \n defense of its sacred principles. Our couatry is in the midst of a civil war, the magnitude of which' has never been equaled iir-the history of the world; and which* has .been forced upon us,, without a palliating circumstance to justify the acts of ihose in rebellion against the Government. The object of the strife,- upon the part of the Government, is to preserve"the bond ofiour political existence^to vindicate the authority of the Constitution, and maintain, as a nation our territorial landmarksiinimpaired. It is manifestly our duty as Democrats,...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

SI7MTEK. i BY GEOBGE UJXBlSO^.'ij Mtk^: ' -^- Sumter silenced! ILojr I wonder If 'tJB true, and no and- blunder! Silenced, shattered, crusheS^agiinde ' r! Sumter captured! Let it ihunaer O'er the land and o'er the ocein! Let it,sweep in grand (cominpt on ... Up tee silvers ' , w-.thetrf fountains,- ' •.' '. O:«utbe^yalleys,,,p«iirMB ranauiitains,. , O'er ' the plains and deserts glqwing, O'er sierras -wet snowing; ]"'• ' ' ' Down'wlfere tropic, gales are.Wowing, Down bright streams to sunset! flowing, Till from ocean unto ocean ,[' ¦ • •Sweeps the Tapturous commoti]on—Sweeps the mighty acclamation : ;. ¦ Of ft great triumphant'nation, ' And with twenty million voices Half a continent rejoices ' | ' . frer th_e surWand glorious token That Eebellion' s power' is..broken ! ( , I " . • ¦ . •- :) n. - - -¦ ' (. Sumter fallen I - God is holy 11 <}od^whO'bears the poor and '. lotaly-— Hears and answers, soon or slowly—From His.heavenly habitation . ' Saw our sin and' tribu...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

GOD ASTD SY COUSTBTI to . ;Tie.fo|lciwingilo^uent tribute ourScouatry^ we extract 'fronfca sermon deKvered^in Philadelphia ott -Fast day; in the Arch street Presbyterian. Church, by the Bev. Charier S. Porter; of B6ston;-:a2a published by the request of a committee of the congregation: What a history is ours! Its commencement was like the- glimmer of a star on the bosom of night; its progress, the beamings 'of noontide" effulgence. ""Your beautifS" and opulent , city ,is a-memorable point ;in the coursp of ' our political existence. It embo¬ soms mementoes of our earliest national be^ ing. 'It is itself a noble illustration of' out prosperity and greatness. How could it have become what it is, in population and prosperity, in present and prospective greatness, had not the nation become, by God's favor, a\great and prosperous ' people! Andhow could we have been, the people we; are, in men and means for the present awful civil conflict, had we not been Javored of Heaven as, ii...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

HBADQlTARiBB ' s ' wiSwQ^ MARSUAL, Sixteenth Dtsiriet ftmuylvaniaf EUbUshedfortBolarir^^ion if aDton>rnjd: ' ;)T?-,. 1st. Ino payment of SSK»«XfDjpU from ttjeonedhiO batnot ft-um ouy subsequent Oratt. \ " " A . dr ?, itl! iI I ?aomayp.l3r$3<Wor offerV.substitute after the Boijrd ,^paa gaimhiitioQ lujve jw«noraicfd hunfit fjrihescrvicf. ¦ - •¦ . ' ", id., A drafM man may aHa a substitute any day (S nn-Unit purpo3S,Dut hfritt&sthOTepreticmilycolniiHka^itU th«\«tmrem,ent»t>rS«^7 of Odcnlar-33 Ifttatbetffflet gersoiis who mny bo<Jfiiitw»,>ihtt.wto-m!iv:«atre topresent substitutes shall give notice iuwriiiBj-'lto^he Board of Eaiollment that Oil such a tiiy they will nresent a substitute, giving bis name rcsijlcnco, aee, and stating whether Uo Is an olie ' u of dtlicn. " Tho Bnard will (tecline to.receive hti subatitutcs who are unabln to present some ' evidence of bring Hkuly to fulfill theobttgatiun tlioy ptopuso assuming to tile (iuvflmmiint...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

SPEECH OF A LOYAL DEftOCRAT. Cramped as we are for room, we can not withhold from ' our readera the following " wftrnihg paragraphs from the masterly speech of Gen. M'Clernand, at uWcting of Indiana Democrats at ' Indianapolis.: [ ¦ "Beware! oh, Democrats, that your own cuTses are-not turned "upon you.-r-Beware that, as you censured the Whigs for lukewarmness in the Mexican war, that us you reproachedthe Federalists with disloyalty in the war of 1812, and denounced the members of the Hartford Convention as traitors, and also the Tories of the Revolution: beware that, as you so, censored, reproached and denounced, so all posterity may with one loud, deep and damning voice forever curse you and your names, if you should backslide or betray us in this-great emerge)i>- cy. Let me exhort you, let me wurR you to beware o'f such a fate for yourselves, your children and your children's children. The man or party that hesitates or Halts in this great business muStTie ground to ato...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

THE FOURTH OF JUI/^lseX - $ . ¦-. , - ifrom thetondou Star if Jn!y23. ' " With deep, devout and gkatefttl jot we publish to-day the news of victories that are the heralds of ahappy peace. Seldom* if ever, has it been the lot of the journalist to announce on the same ^ heet two-events of such transcendent importance as the" fall of Vicksburg and the retreat of Lee. $ ho glorious Fourth of July has indeed recelved-a glorious celebration. In tens of thousands pf Korthern homes the birthday of American freedom was-being \ept with mingled hope, nnd fear,-r-with blended memories of joy arid sadness, of pride andhamiliation. Throughout KewSEngland, and the populous Middle States, and the vast North-west—in cities that date back from oirf own heroic'seventeenth century,v and in cities that have sprung up within * the memory of living men upon the site of world-old forests or on virgin prairies —around the Pilgrim's Rock and on the gold sown strand of the Pacific—citizens- of the Gre...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

speech: of iio>. s. u. brown k There was an immense Union meeting held in Philadelphia to ratify the re-nomination of Andrew G. Curtin, for the gubernatorial chair. There were addresses made from several stands. Tho proceedings wefe very spirited. The Hon. N. B. Browne, Postmaster of Philadelphia under Buchanan's administration, was chosen President of tho meeting, who, on taking the chair, made the following address; ; I acknowledge the-honor of presiding over •a meeting of so many loyal Philadelph ia^^ We acknowledge no party but qut country. [Cheers. ] We are for a vigorous prosecution "of the war until the last rebelsh'ail iinco'nditiorially submit. Wo are for putting down allfoes, whether they be domestic or .foreign; These are the objects for -which the loval cit¬ izens propose,to conduct the present campaign. [Cheers.] , . ' Identified a3 Iliav'e' been all' my life with an opposite organization, there is not one of these objects that haa not claimed my attentio...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

THK STATE DEBT There is one proof of good or bad adminis T tration-of a States affairs that all-people will recognise- Ami appreciate,- and that is found in the management of its finances. Gov. Curtin's administration-can be submitted; to this test." He "has just issued his proclamation announcing that the State debt has been reduced, during the post year, Nine Hundred and Fifty-four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Twenty Dollars and Forty-Cents {$954, t-0,4i>.) So splendid a result, in a time of war, is surprising, and tho people of Pennsylvania have reason to congratulate themselves upon it. The finances of the State have beeu wisely^ faithfully, economically and honestly managed. Would it not be the height of folly to change a State administration that has done soweH, and put new and untried men into office? Would'it not be ingratitude. of the worst kind, to dismiss " a Governor who has proved "so faithful, and under whose hands tho burdens of State taxatioi'i are year...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

(Suttar^etrija. Hoofing ROO FIXG. ' " . " . ' ROOIING Rtadyto naildovn, KOVFING more duratte. than Tin. ' JtOOFIIfGzat half the cost nf Tin. \ ' ^ ROOFING fnr SUeptrr Flat Roofi ¦ R E :A-D'Y- rll OOPIK'G : ' F0RU0USB8,. •• ,,. T " . .- FOR CETOKCITES, ' ' ¦ ' •• TOH FACTORIES, " . ^ FOIt BARN'S, FOE AXL BUILDINGvS t '- 7?iis;K«ofiug is nindPlif thuituavteat witvtm fobrfcevei" used for the purpose.—Manufactured solely by ourselves and secured by Patent. - .• -.,-.- ¦ PnSupinndlsBhdshlppedtonU parts of the conntrj, and usuilly for sale.by hard ' wareuierchantsnndouildcrs. • Ifcdm beapplied by anycommon workman. ' . - ¦ ' ,We also manufacture. . . . ' ' " E1QO1II OU1TA ; PERCHA CKJiJENT, • ' ; - POft-HXPAtRIKU -. ' ,-a- : - • i .LEAKTUJi ROOFS t VBEAreit ^ rtiAir oil pAtst: » ' : HJSATIEHlBOUT, TliAX OIL PA'J?TT.\ MOKE fiURABLK THAN OIL PAINT. It forms n p6nnrinotly hdhesive, Wastic contlnc nn tho wbule suif.ito of tlic tiu. fillutir up all tho smaller <liUST HO'L'ES. " An...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

Mtadnuarlers, o/ frtrvoxt-Marshiu, l ' • 16t?i Diilrict r Pcnmyfrania, ' > ... , ChaJiibersbure. Seii't 4tUj 1S63. j .. MAITT APFIDA. TITS THAT hnve been'forwarded by mail to these be-AtJ-qnarters rotating t° *^e c^n18 <*f Drafted mpn tot cxeinpttOn are so infectiveiu execution aa to bo yaluelcsa for tbo pnrpose iiiternied., In 'a ^owfnstanccs they have bofcn preparetl in stjeming ipn^i^nce vf the rightsof theparty under the liw, or "with intent to prictice imposition upon the BiKird. "It is unhouneed that ad a rule Drnfted Men With their ,TS*itnesseg are requireU io appear io ^texeQB before the Board of Enrollment'. ' 0£0. EYSTER» --Pro, Maf ^ 16t h D' mt. Pentia* ; aeot Sk3* , .and PrpMdtfntof Board nf KnroUment. ¦ Htudgttarters.ofi JPrQvost-Ma. r-&ah ¦ ) 16(/» District, Pennsyteaniai V . Chumbcrabotj:. Sep't 4th.l863. ) npHE DEAFTED MEN ,OF THIS _l Disfrict »re cautioned against joining Volunteer Kegitnents. Everyman drawn inthe lntb draft who »<&...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

A Bbabte Mak's Answer.—General Butler, in a speech-Ke- made while stopping over night in JTowiHaidpshirdbn.hisw .Sy to the White 3Iountains7was~now and then interrupted by CopperJieadg. . Hesald: " _' In two years we h'jtve seen ihree-Kmarfers of«a million of men.raised. Before tlie s ' eiv .te^ce was completed .one of the Pierce Democrats, asked in a sneering air, "Where are they now 1" ""Some of them," replied General Butler, with his customary promptness, "lie sleeping beneath the sod.; and others are still fightingithe'battles of their country; while you remain here at home aiding the cause of traitors." . , ~ • . ¦ . . . ;,.,,. - In another portion of his speech General TillfTat* cull} f - * ' '_ ¦ ' -,' . "Will you- volunteerT a voice-Teplied) "No." "You voted for Breckinridgc'-'.said a voice to General Butleralluding-todwlnst Democratic ^National. Contention. . ".Yes;" said Butler, and if I were so cowardly as you I might be tempted to deny it." 'He then went on to ' show...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

A sionimcant-remark'was made a few days since by Gen* Grant to some Chicago friends. They were conversing upon Gen. Logan and his extension of furlough. Gen. Grant remarked that he extended Gen. Logan's furlough because; while he was in Illinois fihhting Copperheads, lie still " was in the field doing duty. .•' , '• , The platform'of the Democracy•'¦ is thus Bffccinctly set forth in • a communication .to the "Lounger's" column of Harper's, Weekly: Jfirst ResolvedThat, we are in .favor of the way. •,- ¦ -•' ¦ .-,¦--"Second, tteiotbed,' That we are oppotedto all measures for carrying it on. - • . , x .' PxTNCH-says women fir$i resorted to ti gbt lacing, to ptove tomen hojwell they .could bear'6 ' queesiing.. l ¦ \'. > ¦ , ' ' . >¦ , ->. .Kbioham Youg'and his wives'just fill ' flve : rows of seats ihthe-'thotttre at Salt Lake 'I!*— ¦ . - . } f ¦

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

MIL ITANT, NOTICE.—The fol-. losing appointment ba» been cutde by Major aiCoucb.Tiz: "' • '' ¦ • ¦ ¦ _ . ' . - § J&acbivarUn Ptpartmznt iusipichanna, ,\ , .C'hambersburgv8epton>bi:r Uth, 1853. f - ^SPECIAliOKDKltS NO.'90>-.K3CiaAtr--PersoiB reridjngiiiFrnnkliQ,Cunibcriandaod Perry counties ?* , baving just claims against tlie United States OoTenrinentl'wQiiancrMaBtors' Snpptlea nnd^ transportation furnlsbeu tne United States forcen timing tha recent rebel iuTaslon will present tiicm'toC pt. A. Denny, Aist. {Jntii ter Master Bi & VoU, at sHcb, tin) ? ami places SI be m»y d«igiiat»in Cb-cnlarherepntp attached with a view to-their hnal settlement. ¦ ' ,<:¦ ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦ ' "Command of Major QoneralCpcoH. , . " "jno.s.scnroizE ¦ . "Assistant AdjutnMfieneraJ;" CHlbti liAE,—In pnrsnanco of tho aboveordor, the undorasfted will remain in Chamuorsbnr;,'. rnn ,or thensit "two weckS j to hear and adjust all claims, embraced in the aBi>*££ifts'tructloTis,'...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

BAENAfiD. Ti ; FEIjhO WS, .. ; ¦ •y. H0H8B AND SlaSPAISIBR . UKAIXElC GLA.ZIEK, AND P^PEB hi' Me Old 'Armory 'BuihlvAg, (up sthiri-) ¦nextdoor to "jOld Jail," Pej^fe j- $ FoUz'n ¦ ... - CarriageJlanufacto -i-y, -spposit^- ¦ ¦(.> Brown's Hotel , and TOIJNEB Off SECOND AXD .ltAJUyETSTii, ¦ " '. ' " . , : ' . ' Cliliritfeerkbure . Pa. . I respectful!}- takothii. matnod of. thankina¦itie ctttzens of Chumberaburg and viciaitv for tbfe veryUberal patronage I nnvo refceivetUt tapir * hands for the ' paal year,(i>!y ar^t yairio OiisplacftO and fl(rttorin#J6ar««tf tb 5* }£*>!> *°B>b ml and-aai .etHI prepaied io^rte Trty t^st worfc ltt my liW , l : soIfci¥Bci.iitSnuaB«io« ? «<* 1%. I: respecftully refi/t^ of 'my^aflai^.nTe I i il 2?'J?f 1'resV3^l'rm ,n^hu«l1 . Dr.Klcbards, Dr. Fliher, uf M ^ JxielTer 4 Co.,»J«rnwn7 Uof*Mmaedger, JfAiBsofi £yiit«rflin,C. . BjMer. andjauy otoera ftr whom tbuxe done -work—for uharaeter orwrk'don&'aHd ' exAealtl...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

3lrttg%^^i>tfinfi^ $zt NJXOW.S COLUMN. • ; : - • Atuothnesince the commencment of Nix on's Drug Store, lias there been so ! , FULL AND C03IPLETE A STOCK \ ¦ of Fresh and ' ' ; ¦ PERFECTLY RELIABLE MEDICINES r ; . ¦ ¦ ' * : To oif^r-to those. whp ' aio eo-uafortttnateas to bo corapcUod to Indulgo in such luxuries. Xho . fact is, that unless there are large and rapid sales, no establishment can supply its customers with strictly fresh and rof ; liable remedies , in the shape of '¦ ¦ ' Drags and Chemicals. Time ; . affeots with'much moro ~ . < . rapidity many more arti- . cles in medicine than in. any • . othermerchandiae, benco the no- _ cessity of rapid chunge of stock tb securo to tho purchaser just what is wimtedl NIXON is able^y rapid changes ' in stock,, always to present^3 very best'to his customers. ' Ho desires to keep the above ifactB be¬ fore the community, and to solicita continuance of favors. In oanncction with ; his full stock of I; PEUGS AND GH...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

i Oloal, mimier, Set Q.A.DEITZ. TENCH M'DO.WeIJ,. T>E ITZ & M'DO WELL ' JLf WILL PAY THE HiOHEST PR1QE 1 IN CASH FOR FLOUR, . • ¦• _•. : WHEAT, RFE, ' - ¦ I COBN ^ . ' , , OATS, ' , \ CLOVER SUED, i ' TIMQTHT SEED. And all kinds of P K O D IT O -E , , . ,A.LL KINDS OP . SALT, . • ' ' Cb.il/, p \ LUMBER, ' ¦ y . ' CEMEN1, ' - /, PLASTER, AND SAND, ' FOR 8A1E, , CHEAP FOB CASH AT - DEJTZ $ APDO WELL'S j WAREHOUSE AND COAL YARD, Neaf the Railroad Depot, C H: A M BE Tt ' S"3 TtTX G, PA. AND On North Carlisle Street, G.R E E N C A 8 T L E , FBlfH'A June 17.'63. ¦ ,"..*.

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

f^^tte^s ' ^ ^wis T^EANIILrN: NiJESEET, : JJ-- - - - ---- . --- ^ CSAMBEBSBURGj PBNNA The ' snbscrTbcr *on\4'ipvite ths> attention of the ' public toa.Twyfin« a>wranent.ar.E«iit~4tnd / «rnamoata|ftec« howrcaSy fbrs3o. ' v ' • ¦: ~-'<- " '•- . ' -' ' As an inducement to plant APPLE TREES, I will plant t' em nt $25 r«ir,haj>drBd flbe selection ^ left u much u possible td myself)<rom 5 to t foet high, and well fonned. I will further gnaranteo the growth of thorn, the purchaser todig ' ihe. bjilft<and,givath . otteetbe aBer tro»<- ment that I may./direct. „ " .-. ri i -. - i^-.i-f « ¦ ;; appi»e trees : ' •-; • FromBtoV-feot highJ 5;etsWoh> $12:50 par hundred. 4 to5'fect 'my own selection,SlOper htiniired. Es tn» larj e, from S to 10 feet, 25 cts. each. • -- ,V PEACH TREES. " A fine assortment of TKpll grown healthy Peach Trees, including all the late, vnriottesi ,-. 15 CENTS EACH,-Oil teffliR ;HTOPKEIJj An extra lotSeediing...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

: ' : ^ . J#fcicaf. ¦ - • I ^SSoNDERiTOrsCliNTTpIC , ' y T ¦ DTSCOVKRy.—At the present time thoilshtful ' miuU( evBi'j'wheto are looking tit tho revelation ht ne«- »nd important discoveries in Huionce:a * nd when ajtheory lit presented claiming; to have discovered new light and to h:\ve removed the veil of obscuritjr from a subject of Uto highest importauce, upmi jWhich much h^s 'bet'U written, it ¦ is proper that the claims of this theory 'bo presented and carefully examined- and tested, whicji is <f(ttttued to transcend in importance to Buffering T^uman-Hy t itli other dbcuvories, tho lightning rod aud telejsrapli not excepted. ffc hold nhat thu human system b.but a ^alTknic Arrangementwi ' th'ifs adidn and alfcalifts, constituting the positive aitd negative ft) ' i cosand tliaf every meutal and physical inan 'if9statiou,,'!cithur voluntary or involuntary, U tlio result of this antagonism; tiiat digestion, circulation, secretion, and excretion are whblly attributable to t...

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