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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
-,TU8TJCE OP THE.P|EACE.-r-H. •1 JB,ftAVIS0N> J»<f to of.tht Peace—Cfflce immediatelyoppqBit^ the.'.' Indian ftueon Hotel." All business entfoeted to 'h(» care shall Teceive- prompt attention. In-StrumeKte »/Writing, ofull kinds, drawn up in a satisftctory)Pf' naer ' " : • ¦ • ' ' ¦ ' ,'¦ JaBolti'68. ~ BtA3O£AN, Justice of the Peace, m Ohatniwrsbnrgj'P*. - oaacoonEastMatkoistreet ooposite tbeConrt Ilonse, In the offliBformarlyoccnplea W A K. iMcClure. Prompt *ttentlqn given to everythlnrln tbollneof aM«gl4trato and Scrivener. wa»;'6S-tf. • ... ,„ .. . .
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
•pAEEJSTS of Soldiers in the SerjTi vice, or in. Hospitals, canfnrntsh. them with the €2pOSlTORVthre6month3ibr 25 cents; Bixtnouths foV 50 cents, o? one year for $1.00. - ' TIEOTHEES pf Soldiers in;itneSer-I) vico, or In Hospitals, can jurnish them with tbe JusHOSITORY three months for 25 cents; six months for SOcenmoroue-yearfora.OO.' ' ¦ ¦ mo' MERCHANTS.—Tie way *o • -enre jrofitab.e ctau.m is to ADTianSB m tne TBANKLIN aEPOSITOBY. . ¦ '
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
DT7R 'AGENT.—Mb. John GsoVe, ¦of Chambersbnrg, ts the Generil'Agent of the Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. Junol7,'63. ' ' ' 'WM.MelilLLAN. BIBD BASKETS, ¦ - • ' •. ¦ ~~^ , BaftTubs, . ., ., . . - .' .,. • ' Fountains/ ¦ • < ¦ < .,;, ; . ; Cntle8i>hBi)nsJ, - .:.; •._. :• \i- "' - ¦, y unary Hemp ' , ,-r, " '-i ! : • -' ';! E»p ' 0lrudM»*8e»d. ¦ ' .=
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
VALUE OF GOVERNMEST TO THE POOB. I l ., '. j ;i In the impending struggle between the friends of the government, and the opposisitioh in the North, there is nothing sadder than to see the intense bitterness manifested by the last named party. It seems to resemble most of all that concentrated malice fwhich first planted its batteries against onjj honored flag at Fort Sumter, or still later, with fixed- bayonet hurled itself in desperate but unavailing valor against the army of the nation at Geti ysburg. One needs but toglance at their state and coun¬ ty organs to find, them,t»ferflowing with bit'¦iernesA There is &very degree of it, from that which gives coloring to nice little stories of the Vw,"*"insidiously! calculated for stirring up partisan blood, tc open, furious ' tirade against every act '£f s t!ie administration. We ate not surprised! at this, for it has always been the distinguishing mark of a bad cause. ¦ Nor yet does f.be vigor with which they seek to compas...
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Mb. G. A. Sdbtock's ArticlkoxStkaw Papbb.-— The paper read at the mooting of the Historical Sboiety on Monday night, by Rev. (J. A. Sliryock, was an exceedingly able andintercsting essay oa the manufacture of Straw paper: Mr. S. having been the earliest manufacturer of the artidofor business purposes. It gave much satisfaction to those-who heard it, and the Society cordjully thanked the author.—Phila. BulUin. If.we mistake not, Mf. Shryock made-the first.straw • paper in this town, on the site of the mill now owned by Messrs..HubeT 6 Lambert. The mHl has been blown down T and afterwards rebuilt i\pd enlarged suioe ^Ir. Shryock's occupancy of it. : ' . The Draft in Pennsylvania.—Capt. W. B. Lane, of .the Third United States Cavalry, Disbursing officer, No. 1102 Qi ^ ar^ Street," Philadelphia, ' has received from-toe War Department the accounts of 'Franklin, Adams, and' other counties pertaining to tli« Draftfbr 1862,jfor expenses incurred. The accounts are to be paid when the obj...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION The President has issued a proclamation suspending the writ of habeas corpus in all cases in the .hands of jhilitary * tribunals. This is a step contemplated by the Constitution in case of peril to the government, and is expressly authorized by an act of the last Congress. The aim audjjgbject of the proclamation is manifest , ajf|||fll be hear tily sustained by every foyafmln and every friend of our gallant soldiers"in the field. ' For months past some of the more desperate copperhead leaders have thrown every possible obstacle in tbe way of the execu¬ tion of the draft. While the Irish of the mining regions, and the "friends" of Gov. Sjeymour have met the law with open, insolent, bloody resistance, the more cowardly biit no less treacherpus leaders have been equally effective in retarding the increase of our shattered ranks by resorting, to every possible legal quibble. True, the courts generally decided against them, but if one man can demand a...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE rftllSTY COXTFJST The two parties have now presented their tickets and platforms of principles to the people of Franklin county, and it only remains for them to decide between them. We have published the proceedings of both parties, and the declarations of policy on which they respectively stand , believing that in no way canthe Union cause be so, essentially benefitted as by disseminating the views of both^ojitical organizations. We want to preserve the life of the Republic—to sustain the government in its fearful struggle with wicked, reckless, bloody treason; and if the Union party is not the mosVjmcere and faithful friend of our .Hat tionality, and the most implacabje foe of the deadly enemies . of our Free Institutions, it-should not succeed. If, however, it is the only party that gives an earnest, unqualified support to the government, it appeals to every consideration of patriotism for the cordial co-operation of all loya,l men, and he must be faithless to himself...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
LOCAZilTESfS. State Fair.—The, StotcFair to be held upon " the grounds of the East Penn'a; agricultural Society at Norristown, Pa., Sept. 29th, 30th, & Oct. 1st &2d, 1863, promises to be one of the largest and niost= interesting ever held: The Committe. of arrangelnents are most indnstrioua.afcd driving things at ft rapid rate. During last week 884 feet of shedding by 26 feet In width were erected for the reception of Vegetables, Grains, Seeds, Stoves,'A gricultnral implements, machinery, &c. A tent for the floral and frnit department 110 feet by 80 has been hired, and the services of the celebrated florist—Mr. South wood, of Phil'a, have been obtained tosuperintend the work and arrange the fruit and flowers. These improvmenta in addition to the large hall 100 feet by 50 ft. together with the wings 40 feet square will ftflord room for a great number of articles. From present indications^ the rdfta will all he required, for we areMnformed that the news...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Curtin ,and Stanfon are in' conspiracy; to prev'ent, by military force, a fair election j in Pennsylvania; Let every man who, loves liberty he prepared to prove that he is worthy of it, by defending his rights at all hazards and to the last extremity.—Spirit. What is the conspiracy ? What "mjlitary force" is to be used?—where ia-it to come from?—where is it to go?—how is it to Drovent a " fair election ?" There is not cow a soldier m " the State, excepting some sick and wounded, and the militia organized under Gen. Couch, nor will there be iany unless the Spirit ' s, and Judge. Woodward's '* friends " in the mining region resolve on insolent resistance to the laws , or their rebel friends obey the behest of. the Richmond Enquirer by invading our State-to achieve what is better than the "bloodiest victories" to the rebel cause—the success of the Democratic ticket. • If there is a conspiracy on foot to interfere with the election in Pennsylvania, let us have it fearlessly expose...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
TRSTIStOW-r TO THE POISET The editor of the Huntingdon Globe—a journal tbat-formany years was the respected organ of the Democracy of Huntingdon county, until copperheads undertook the management of the party, thus pointedly settles the quibbles set up to get Judge Woodward out of his speech in the Constitutional Convention against foreigners. It will be, seen that the Globe disposes of the question in the most conclusive style: "Some of the bogus Bemoei i a,ticpaper8 ! and Woodward himself, now deny that he ever made the speech in the Reform Convention, which we published last week. "We know that the speech published was made by Mr. Woodward in that Convention, ft was in fhp vfinT 1837. Wm. f. Packer. Ben?. Park and 0. Barrett, now one of theeditoraof the Patriot and Unionhad the printing ot the debates, of that Convention. - The same gen-; tleman also-published the Democratic State organ, the Keystone, at that time. We were, foreman in the office on the Debates, and handle...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Vedaegday Morning, Sept. 28,1863. UNION STATE TICKET. ¦ - • ; FOR GOVEBNOKJ AXDREW G. CURTIS, Centre. FOR SUPREME JUDbE, 1 'l&AOTEIi AGNEW , Braver. ¦ . : UNION COUNTY: TlfKRT. • ~~""~~~" ' i FOB AS8EMBLT,f ' T. JEFFERSON NIll, Chamber*J>urg. WIUJAH A. GBAY. Fulton. FOEU?B0THOSOTAlly, K. 8HAXKOH TAYIiOB, Cham!) 1 *. . " ,' is. FOB BEGIST^R AND BECOBDKB, ' HENEY STRICKLES, Antrim. . FOB CLERK OF THE COURTS, VI. ©. ¦ MITCHEIili, Southampton.. ' . FOB COUIfTY TBEA8UBKB, : JAMES G. EUMSR, St. Thjniuu. FOB COMJIISSIOJJEJB. HETTBT GOOD, Qulncy. j FOB DIBECTOB OF THE POOB. IOHN BCEBUEB, ChamDereuurg. FOB AFDITOE,; WM. 8. AMBERSOy, Washington. \ ' ~jj8F John ' K. Shetock is! authorized to recelY6 Subscriptions and contract fqr AdTortisementa •w »>ia TlBPORWORY in ttlfl Kjutom rlttrtfl.
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Political.—The Democratic County Committee have made the following appointments for meetings in this county : " Woynesboro _Sep 't 25 Dry Bun...l .'.'-Oct. 6 Grecnoastle Sep't 26 Couoord ;_.... Oct. 7 Mercersburg .Sep't 28 Roxbary Oct. 8 Loudon Sep't l9.FayetteviUe...:. Oct. 8 Greenviliage Oct. SjOrraton- Oct. 9 St. Thomas Oct. 3 Quincy:'. -..Oct. 10 Eannetteburg Oct. 6]Strasburg -Oct. 10 The committee, in announcing these meetings, says, "Let all those in favor of the Union aa . it was, and the Constitution as our fathers. made it, attend, in their might," We publish this announcement for the purpose oft'larnestiy inviting our readers to attend t£ese meetings, that they may hear for themselves what good blows tho Democracy strike for the Constitution. "We.are in the midst of a war gotten up for its destruction. See if they lmve any word of rebuke for the traitors thatWnaugurated . it;' Mark if they do not waste all their denunciations on the Government and the people wljo are s...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Union Meeting.—There was a very large and enthusiastic Union meeting' ot Wayneslioro' on Monday evening. S pirited addresses were delivered by C. Eyster; Esq., John Stewart Esq., Chairman of the Union County Committee,, and Mr. Jay- of New Jersey. ' The ri ght spirit seems to prevail in Old_Washington, and there is every indication that we shall hfear good news from her on the 13th of October. Everything proceeded harmoniously until a copperhead Major and a Cavalry Captain, belonging to the six months''militia, arrived on the ground, with a party of their men, evidently brought there for the purpose of disturbing the meeting. Thev tried very hard to doit, it.all events, by interrupting and insulting the speakers, cheering for M'Clehivn,&c. " -These men arc, we believe, from.Bedford and Blair counties, where copperheads are hid under every stone, and they but follow the common taetics of that party that is now bawling For ••free speech," and yet endeavoring to deprive the...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
The New York Herald the great organ of the copperhead Democracy, has given up Pennsylvania and Ohio. It struggled hard to carry Connecticut, Rhode Island,rMaine, California an'd Delaware for the Democracy; but it now. owns up that-the copperheads have fuinejl their cause, and must lose Pennsylvania and. Ohio. In an article re viewing the Maine election it says: " The' results, wherever this abominable peace programme has been fried, have been the same—&fi indignant rebuke and.re.pudiation of the coppernead3 by the people. As it in was in Connecticut, ' 'sort ls^now Maine. '— The war democrats have joified the war republicans, and overwhelmingly carried th,"s day. Ohio and Pennsylvania,in October, will bevery apt to follow lin the wake of Maine and California; for while Vallandigham, as the great apostle of the copperheads, is more obnoxious to Union war democrats than Bradbury,. Judge Woodward, the ' hend of the democratic ticket in Pennsylvania-, was brought forward on ...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
In Memoriam.—VV e copy the following just tribute; to the memory of an exemplary young man from the Lancaster Daily Inquirer: Wo were informed yesterday of the sad news of¦ the death of our. esteemed young friend, Bernard May Wolff, at his home in Chambe>sbu.rg,Pa.;astudent0fFraiu:Knand Marshall College. The' deceased lingered but a short time with typhoid fever, and his death will be heard with much surprise and regret by his many friendsaridacquaintences at Lancaster. Though very young, the College has lost one whose intelligence commanded respect among all his associates,, and whose absence at the opening will,recall unpleasant feelings of the mournful intelligence. Those parents, once young'and hopeful, and whoiong, long years ago bent-Vver . their first born son with feelings of love and gralit^e, now tremble upon the threshold of the t6mb, as they bestow the last benedictionupontbal grateful one, who has left : this. •'worUftif sin." Such is human life 1 =
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Major Henry A. A'hite, of the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry, who -has been dismissed the Bcrvice for drunkenness, conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline, breach of arrest, and absence without authority, was formerly a member of the Pennsylvania State Legislature.—N. Y. Tribune. \ Major Henry A. White,, of one of the Penna. Infantry regiments, is now a Sena torfrom Indiaha county, having been chosen last fall. He was ' with Gen. Milroy at the Winchester fight and behaved gallantly, since wlien he has been guilty of '' absence " without authority," as the rebels captured him and have kept him closely confined in Libby Prison. There was a Major White with the 13th cavalry, who has been cashiered, but he was from Philadelphia, and nev6r graced the State Ljgislaturewith his presence as a member.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
. Handsome Goods.—Wojnwte attention to the" advertisement of Edw. AnghinUugh'i Clock, Watohj and Jewelrjr Establishment in the busincre columns of to*lajs paper. Irofflapersoniv^xanilBatlOB we-ate enabled to say that he has really the most ev tensWe and eleirant etock of goods in his tine , ' yet brought to this soctlon. His goods are of th» ntw«s» ana rnost attractive styles" and mtatmect tho ajSptotal «f the mostttKldjtms. PnrcUasore will c«njulttheir,own interest by'tirlnE him a call. - ' - Bur yoar Kerosene Oil from GtcIwickb,, *" S^agentforone of the best Oil Companies in *»••»•*• and always soils the best oil wnohsal^and retail.. ' To: Purify Cidee.—Persons . wishing to purify Cider can getapiep«at Jona,tMiUer'*HonsIi ejfi for that purpose. • It stop»perin«utatlon ao4 " ni ^ rt ** cider d<nf and sparkling. ' i ' . - .- . , . -- •' __ -. Go TO Gelwiefca' wholesale and rcUU , ' eee tus Urco stock and set tarxttiu.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Look at the AssEssiCBNT Lists.—Let every voter in the County soo that he is assessed. .Not only see that your own name 1» on the list, bat also that of your neighbor. Look at the published lists, to be seen in the County offices and other public places, if your name and your neighbor's \atne, <atijd the names of citizen soldiers, absin^ in ,Uh > late " nine months' service, or now ' absent jn the service of the country, are not on . them, see that they arc placed there. Every cliaai having a residence within the bounds of this Commonwealth has a right ti vote, and we that he does not forfeit that right for 'vVant of timely attention to this matter. Attend toitto-doy. ' ' " '"
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
Death of an Old Patriarch.—Mr. John Metz, a much esteemed citizen of Guilford Township, died- *t bit residence in that To wnship, on the 8th inst., in the 95th year of his age. ~ Having been born in 1768, in his youth he saw-the actoreand the events that lead to the establishment of this great Republic, and he lived to see its attempted destruction by parricidal hands " ; almost long enough to see it re-established in greater power and . prosperity than ever. He leaves behindhim 6 children, 58 grand-children, and'72'great (brand-children. ' -