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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

Now we make the prediction that Mr. Gray and Mr. Nill will he beaten at least eight hundred in the district. Let us see who will be nearer Ti ght.—Spirit and Times ' . Pulton can furnish almost the half of that eight hundred to start with.—Fulton Democrat. ' p . ; Where will tbeother four or five hundred come from ? Most assuredly not from Franklin, for the Green Spot will give a majority for the entire Union ticket. Have the Spirit and the Democrat heard from California. Delaware and Maine ?

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

L.ATE VICTrtRIKS. UNION. COPPERHEAD. The Union party has The Copperhead -Dfrbeen successful, carry- mocratic-Peace party ing~with large major- gaihed a bloody, vicities the States of tory at CALIFORNIA 1 faaMBBMMMi KENTUCKY! I LAWRENCE, VEKMOJST} S" :.. _ ' . - -• ¦ .-•'-. 41' ' Kansas. .? ' MAINE t '- . i_ ., ¦ - , >X

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

Public Schools. -—By reference to an advertisement in to-day's, paper it will be seen that thePiiblic Schools will bo re-opened on the-28fli in&t. . ': ¦ ¦- Otjb CrnzBK I*B»oit^s:~Through the kindness of Sheriff Brown we are permitted to publish the ' following letter from Jii* fjon, who with other* of our citizens are now held as prisoners at Richmond: ' -• v^. ¦ CASTtB TBWDKff. Sept. M, lges. 'r Pear Father. —Wo were oil brought from Iibny Prison here on the 26th nit., and aro pleased -with the change. Rev. Dr. Moore called to see us, ana loaned us some money. It is our intention to piy him back in the same kind of money. I suppose ttewswjll be plenty of it in Chittabersbar? ret when we got home. We aro all troll and in good spirit* The only thing that troubles uais that our fn6nd» aje nnnceesaarily uneasy about us. Letthe friend ' s of all fcnow that wo ore all well. Rot. D*s> Moore juat ;called and Brought ns some books. We nave religious service two or thro...

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

&c\u atibcrtisements TTEADQTJARTERS of PROVOST XX MAKSHAL. Sixteenth District , ftnnsylmnia, Ommbersburg, September art, 1883^-The Board of Enrollment of tho Slxte nth.Congressional District of Penniylvauia have granted tho following exemptions for the causes assigned, during their sessloni, from tho Tth to the 19th of September, IncluBivo: ; FOR PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISABILITY Israel Ktadinst ' Daniel W.Miller lohnM Wolff- Samuel Wolff . . ttenry Hotter Uco, W. Meals Jeorge HJordy . - David Plank Samuel Laughman ^amuel Weaver John H HlfcKinger Samuel Plank John Lynurd Geo. S.Yoho Daniel Miller Hiram Davis loh n A Houck " John Chipper Bmannel Wisler ' . David Weaverjrfof B.) Henry P SUybaugh Wm. H. Heagy Amos Myers .- - George Baker Michael Hoffman ' David Clever John Haines Ephtlam Albert Drniiel Wisler Howard Hows - John W Kraft Thomas J. Stephens J seph W DIohl - Jacob Wolff John Crumb (of Solomon) Predorick Weinand I 1 lllpLHonck Samuel Albert Jacob B Leas ¦ Wm Fic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

fozto ^tbertisenunts T?ALL GEASS.—500 Tons Wanted. JJ —t wjll pay fix dollars per ton for Fail Gross -if well cured and delivered at my mill, gept 23 , J. ALLISON EYSTEB.. T OST.—On Monday evening last, li between the Presbyterian UhnKh rfnd tho Toll Ontt on tht) Shippensburg Sike, a.BLACK JET CKOSS BREAST PIN: Tlie fimler will b_» liberally rtwarded by leaving it nt tbia office. [nept. 23. PUKSE FOUND IK CUMBERLAND Valley Eail Boad Cars, containing a small amount of money. • The owner can obtain thc-same by calling at theiroffice.ChambersburgDepot, provingproperty, and paying fur advertisement. [nept!g3-3t WANTED IMMEDIATELY.— i An Aiiittnnt Hilltr, who is well qualified for the position, and of Koodtharacter. No others need apply * i A. KtJSS BAY & BUO., sent 2S-><t* Arlington Mills, Georgetown, D. C. "VT E W DAIEY.^^Trie subscriber 1^1 having opened a Dairy up«n his Farm,'would inljrm tbo citizens of Chambersburg that be i» prepared to furnish them w...

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

rpo THE LADIES-.OF AMERICA. LYiiN'S PERIODICAL DROPS, lyon;s periodical drops, lyon's periodical drops, lyon:s periodical drops, ; ' , ¦ the great female remedy • * v> . tub great female remedy the great female remedy _ ' the great female remedy lyon's periodical drops lvon's peeiodical drops lyon's periodical drops " lyon's periodical drops „ are better than pills 1 . " are better than pills i ark better than pills ark better than pills 1 Lyon's Periodical Drops are THE ONLX.FLJCID PREPARATION " TIIE ONLY FEUID PREPARATION .. THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION : THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION ever brought b'fore I hi public, and as a diuretic and ?p-clBpSirlrregulariMai, chhU«ngOT 'he world to pr.-duco an equal; they are . In tho most obstinate cases, RELIABLE, AND SpRE TO DO GOOD! RELIABLE, AND SORE TO DO GOOD! RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD: RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOfc! AND CANNOT DO HARM, AND CANNOT DO HARM, AND " CANNOT DO HARM, AND CANNOT DO HARM, IF THE DIRECTIONS AUK ^DJIER...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

IftrtB &irbertisMmtettfg John D Frock - Jacob H. Krnmrine James W Staley Richard Leo > WUliam.F Gardner . John Palmer Henry B Gardner John F. biymtre EliMoUison. . . Simon Nans * ,, j Thomas Ralln - Thomas Jamison Abrahajn Burtfaolder FrancIsBixler . Salomon Wagrer i_ llonry lleegle William H Koontx ™ Abraham Scheblejr John Stock ' . ' Simon Shafer Levi Stock . Win. Hartley : Abraham Slpe Joshua Turner Joseph.Harman > Jos.; Mowry - Dnniel D HofTmun AUouteis Leonard Abraham B Smith - Frederick Koontz Elisha B Smith ' David Sinimers BY REASONOF HAVING FURNISHED AN ACCEPTA ULE SUU8HTTJTB. Emanuel Robert William H. Rupp Ambrose Ellno Isaac L. Johns William RafiVusborger Jacob OmilorfT ' Samuel Deatrick Martin Luiiwlg Jeremiah Bair . Washington C. Rogers Andrew Burkl.oMor' David C.Sbully Moses Anderson ' John Firkes ' ^ , ' Anthony Hollar - ' Isaac Carter ' - ' Jos.' Thompson Rev. H. G. Kinney Calvin G. Heagy ' Charles A. Diohl Cornelius King John A. Wierm«n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND A Great Battle in Georgia! A DESPERATE STRUGGLE. ' ¦ . _ : ¦ | REPULSE OF THE REBELS Tlie Enemy Reinforced. TEMPOfKARir REVERSE. < . r—• > OUR POSITION REGAINED. i]en. tec said to ufkin Command of the Bebelk . Seabq's Army or the Cumberland, \ 8^i£UtS;from Crawfish Springs, Sept. 19. i An, engagement jjegtm this morning ¦ at eleven- o'clock yitta a heavy attack on. Gep. 'Thomas, forming the left wing; : but at.firlt •was" thought to be merely a feint. The Iefct was-composed of McCook's and Crittende.nfs troops thrown in as convenience offered, tlje main portion of each being on the march at the tiruet The fight on the left was'veify desperate. The enemy was repulsed, but 6n being. Teinforced regained their position, fropr which they were subsequently driven, afteta' desperate engagement of an hour and a half. Gen. Thomas charged them for nearly a mile punishing them severely. . I " About " 2 P. M. the rebels mnde a dash kt .the centre, compos...

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

HlAS QUjIBTZBS, DlPiETJOSI 07 THE 8C3(JIJIHJ!rsX , 1 • Chambenbnrg, September- 18th, 1863. } G ENERAL ORDERS, NO. 14.— vJT The following Proclamation, by the President of the United States, is published for .the informatic* and government ot tho Commanders of Troops, and all concerned in this Department: Was Desabthzbt,Washington City, September 16th, 1863—Gkiibai. : I enclose to you a certified copy of the President's Proclamation, suspending the Writ of Habeas Corpus. ,You will please see that it is executed in your department. Your obedient serv't, (Signed.) EDWIN M. STA.XTON, Sec" ? of War. M^Jor General Dabtus N. ' Codch, - Commanding Department of Susquthanna, Chambtrtburgj Penna. ¦ '- li£lD QO1ETEBS, rEPlETjlE.1T OF THE SUSQUlHASSi , 1 Chambersburg, Pa., September 181863. I , Official:—D. N. C0EC11, Majox . General Commanding. Umted States or Aaraici, Dipabtbekt of Sliir. Toall to whom these presents shall come, Greeting; I certify, that the document hereunto annexed is a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

&eto atJbmiscments QCHOOL NOTICE.-r~The Public J^ Schools for the Borough of Gbamhersburg will open on.Monday tlieiStli of Sepiember. Scholar" will return to their firmer schwils. when changes will be midr ilwul.1 the Directors think advisable. By order of tlia Board, sept23-lt J. N. 8NIDER. Secretarj. EEMO VAL.—From 433 Market St. to the force Iron Building:513 Market and Sl( i-uiuuiercc 8treels. More Good* titan anv FTousr. in the United States. A. H. FRANClSCiUfS, 513-4wfiKE\ i 610 COMMERCE 8TS, Keeps the Largcst^Stock in the United'Stat«s of Buckets. Brooms. Tubs. Churns, Bankets, Brushes, Mats, Me-.uures, . " . • Hocks. Lookipir-Gbis.i<». Oil Cloths and Carpets, Window Shmleb and Paper, . UirJ Cage*, Japan Ware, and Whips. . Abo, Cotton Batting, Wadding, Twines, W Ickiug, Ropes-ln CoH« - anil Dozens, Cotton Yarns, Cotton and Linen Cnrpot-rhiin. Our Prices will average Lower than any other House inthbclfy. Call andsfe for yourselves. ¦ For further particul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

REPORT OF^FEE MARKETS Philadelphia markets. " Phii.adei.phia, Sept. 22, 1803. Flotjb.—Ahout 200 bbls. good extra sold at S5 50, and 1000 bbls. extra family at SO @C 25, mostly at the latter rate, .for good Ohio; about 500 bbls. old stock family also sold at $5 25@5 60 ^ bbl. Rye Flour is scarce and wanted, at $5@5 25 "$ bbl. Cokn Mkal.—Penna. is offered at $4 ^ bbl. . ' ! ¦ Wheat.—Sales of 8000 bus. at 95@110c. for inferior, 125@132c for common to good and prime old do., 135c. for amber, and 145 to 160c. ;for white, , including 2500 Keii'tuckv at 157©160c, which is an advance. Eye is scarce, and quoted at 95@100c. for new and old. ' - - " Cobn.—About 2600 bush, sold at 83c. for western mixed, and 85c. for yellow; the .offerings are light. . ' - Oats command 67©C8c. for new, and 70c* . for old. /• ° N ¦ • , PRODUCE MARKET. CORRECTED WEEKLY. ' CBAUBEJtSIiVRO, 8opt.22,1863. • BcrcgB 16 Washd> Wool «... 50 Eoos ..„ 12 Ukwashed Wool— 33 Labd ,.... 8 Cwvsr Son) ¦ 6 00 Tallow....

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

Madame Porter s Curative Balsam has, long tested the truth that there are first principles, in Medicine a.i there is in Science and this Medicine is compounded on principles suited to the manifold nature of Man I Thecuroof Colds is in keeping open the pores, and creating a gentle, internal warmth, and this Is causal by the use of this Sledidne. Its remedial qqalitita are based on its power to assist the hcfilthy and vigorous circulation of blood " through the lungs, It enlivens the muscle; and assists tbe skin to perform its duties of regulating Ihehtiat offbe system, and " in gently throwing off'the waste substance from the surface of the body., It is not a violent remedy, but emollient, warming, searching and effective. Sold by all druggist at 13i and 25 centsper bottle. [July 22. Card to the Suffering.—Tbk Rev. William Cosgrove, while laboring ns * a missionary, in Japan, was cured ofConMimption when all other means had failed by a recipe obtained from a learned physician in ...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

George Steck $• Ca's Pianos.—Cressox Springs, Ang. 18C3.—Mr. J. E. GOULD, Seventh and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia;—Diab Sul—flaring had frequent opportunities of examining the Pianos by jletsrs. George Stock £ Co, New York, during tho past few years, iu the practice of my profession as Tunnr, I pronounce them tlie mist perfect instruments I have \ ever seen. In point of touchj equality, and tinging fonc'theymay dtrty comparison With any and all other makes, while In the upper two octave (treble notes) they are incomparably the finest I have liny knowledge of. i . C. B. SARGENT,-Tuner ofpianos, 88pt23-3m 907 Chestnut St., Philoda. OrnMicntUIron Works.—Wood & Perot, 1136 Ridge. Avenue, Philadelphia, JPa.,. offer for sale upon the most favorable Terms, NEW and BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS in groat variety of IRON RAILING for CEMETERIES, RESIDENCES, 4c, of Wrought and castiron, and GALVANIZED IRON and BRASS TUBING ; IRON VENANDAHS, BALCONIES, STAIRS, COUNTERS FOUNTAINS, GATES, COLUM...

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

KUBLIC SALE.—The undersigned ; Agent for the heirs of Joseph Ollor, dee'dwll offer ibUc8ale,on Wednesday, tlie, Uth day of October, 1863the MANSION FARM, of said dee'd, situated three miles from Waynesboro', on the Mentzer Gap roadone Bhort mile north of Hopowell Mills, adjoining lands of Daniel Holllnger, Solomon Harbangh and Josiah Burger, containing 100 ACRES more or less, 120 Acres of which Is Limestone Lund in a high state of cultivation, the balance Freestone Land, about 30 Acres of which ia well sot •with thriving Timber. The Improvements area largo two-atory STONE HOTJSE,Bank Stono Barn, 80 feet long framo Wagon Shed, SpringHouse, Summer House, Wash Honso, Wood House, and Carriage Shed under one Toof, Stone Blacksmith Shop, and other outbuildingB, in good repair. There Is an ORCHARD of choice Pratt on eaid Farm, »nchaa apples, pears, peaches, 4c. There is about 12or 15Acrcsof MEADOW LAND tothe.frnn with a stream of Water running through It. To this Btreom tho cattle have a...

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

DIED ,0a the Uth inst.. in this place, Bsbkasd May. eldest ton of Mr. J. Qeo. Wolf, in the 18th jtear of his age, . j . On tta 13th iDst.in this place; Mrs. BosaWU M; -ErtJiaiLLin tao 70th year of her ago... J.. On the flth inst., in Marion. Mr. SaUUBI. FttSOV, «ran £ »years,2months and 23day?. , •/>-. - _0nthe 12th inst.in Antrim twp., Lnxrt Mat .B oosraa«a8week8. ! -f' pn 'thelSth inst, in Green township, Mr. 0Amii 3yn>'! l a SS V ycara. W months and 9 dny«. J On tho lith insUin Peters townshipJoBsOAtVln fSnttgest sou'of John and Susan Greenawaltl aged year. 11 months and 23 days. I • Ob the 18th inst,in Green township, this county, .EpysBB Cteds BEWDLe, aged lyear, 1 month ana 2f7 cays. • On the 20th inst., near Blarionthis counts DasjgtMptl.aged41 years . 3months. ahd22dajs. On tho 11th lost., pear Loudon, Ida Cathaeikb; infant daughter of Win. Vanco. ag«d 8 months and O^ihol5th ' inst.nenr Bridgeport. AtBEEitos H. ioKntson of Jacob Halman, aged 5 months and ...

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

LIST OF BETTERS remaining in the Post Office at Clianik«r«burg. Fppt .22. ¦ 1863: , Aigire Annri-w L Ilollluger J S |l'felplier Jpo Armstrong W Ilnwbccker'Susan Untz.hihu Dowors A J E 2 lienn Unnah M Boyer John' Hawsjthn W King1«Charlotte * Break < eorge Kcater John Ricllonlson II Brown William KnlinJohn KnIiIn»onJno(coI) Breoemau Christ LeWU iMatthews, Spltler JohuC Brown Francis II Long Ucnj K 2 Scott GC Bitncr MlnsJennle Lewis Win U ¦ Spahr Peter P Bowser Thomas Logue John II SellerB Houry Bnrtfleld Solomon lUiyuianilrsEllEth Smith Ruslc K Cnimmer John 1 Munyon John II ScottRev Otho J 2 CoIeCaniHue Mou.'i mltu Snm'1 Shorts Eliza Clvk Robert Slyer* Miss Mary Sell* J W C2 Cora Henry Mohler Samuel Smith L F Dirtnbanm John Miriam II 8 Swingle? John rflckerson John McEihare. Samuel--nyder Mr* Jane EarleyGenW McElbare James Snortts Henry Fetters John Moxley William Tomlfson Amo»B Gaf<« Louisa PloyerM™ Martha Van Dora Philip OrtatheiidJW PhiUippy Mathias Williams Chailes...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

LATEST FBffl «ECRANSARMY. - " 'It ^ ' ' j ' He is Defeated in Georgia ' ' ' ' " ' I ' \ A RETREAT ON CHATTANOOGA We have the following brief and v.eiy painful.news from. Gen. Rosecrans army. — The occupation of the telegraph lines ifor Military purposes prevents for the preient the-transmission of details. ] ; • ¦ ¦ - Louisville, Monday, Sept. 2f.- - - Oar array under Gen. JRosecrahs has been badly beaten, » and compelled to retread to Chattanooga, by Bragg, with heavy reinforcements from Lee, Beauregard and Joe .Tohhstnn. - I i '

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

iPrevention of Incrustation in Steam BoiljB-«.—WINANS'ASTI-INCRUSTATION POWDER KfiJ MOVES AKD PBETBST3 THE DEPOSIT OF SCALE, -AND WITHOUTINJCKV TOTllfelKON. ;Sim Yzabs ' iwpae. _ ¦ ' , '' ' Keferences in all parts of the country, Viz: Albany Gas Co.; Knton , Gilbert 4 Co, and otkersj Troy; Syracuse, Rochester, Auburn, &C, Ac; Jolm.Gibsun £ Co., Plidps, Charles Ensign, John E. Evans 4 Co ^ Jowott & Boot, and others, Buffalo: Cleveland, Columbus, Banes-Tille.4c, ic; Geo. Shield. Mllea Greenwood, Mitcliell & Knmmclsburg, and 40 others la Cincinnati; and throughout tire West; Indianopolis, ^ Dayton, Terre Uaute, Lo-Ransport, Chicago, Springfield, St. Louis, 1 St. Paul, 4c, ie ^ lce. Cost about 40 to OOcenta per week, forcircu" Ur . addrcis H.N,tTINANS, :, . j IIWaiiSt-JNiwYobk. , P.O.Uoi No.«. - [julj22,'6S-0m.

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

LATEST FKOM CH ABLESTOX. j New^Tork, Sept. 20.—A letter from DLof ri p Island reports the rebels extremely busy repairing Fort Sumter. Steamers are constantly plying there from the city with materials therefor. Deserters say that ht\Ar strengthening Sumter and planting rjiore batteries on James Island, General Beajircgard intepds to assume the offensive in carder if. possible, to gain possession of Morrisl Island. Cftarleatpn is said to be full of r!ebel troops.' ~"" - ' . | Other accounts state that it may bea^eek yet before General Giltnore jean ope' n fire upon Charleston. The mounting of guidon tbe ; -north end of Morris Island proves jvery slow work, but our lossps there fromth^reb-«i fire have been trifling. ¦ •

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

¦^ Editor Repository—Dear Sir ? : With our permission I wi«h to sn J to the" readers of your paper that I will send by return mail to; all who wish it, (free) a Kecipe, with fall directions fot making and using a simple Vegetable Calm, that will ^ effectually remove, in 10 minutes, Pimplet, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and siyimporitiss of the 8kU>, leaving jbe same soft clear, 'smooth and beautiful. / , I will also mall free to those havine Bald Heads or Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Huir,' Whiskers, or a Moustwhe, in less than 30 days. AU applications answered by return mail without charge, ltespectfolly yours, THOS. F. CHAPMAX, I Chemist, iuly22 t fl3-3m. So. 831 Broadway, New York. \

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