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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Fatal AccpEXT.—Alexander Clugston, Jr., a man of about 40 yjenrs of ago, who was in the employ of' Mr. Jacob* Frey, of Quincy township, was so shockingly mnngled by a threshing machine, on the morning of the 21st inst., tha .J he died shortly afterwards. He was driving the horsed, and while gct7 ting off the platform ho made a mis-step) and became entangled in the counter and strap wheels, which were uncovered, crushing one of his legs'up to the bod y,- and receiving mother injuries, which terminated his existence in a few houra. , " , • Though a- mute, his generous qualities of heart won for him a largij circle of friends, who mourn his sudden departure, and his remains were borne, to the cemetery at Brown's Mill, attended, by a large concourse of friends. ' • ' --

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

AFTF.E MAX IT DAYS ?¦' "Cast tliy LrenoVupon the waters, for tliou vshalt find it after many days." ' j : - _. "I wonder what-that . means ?". isaid Hamilton Brent, half aloud, as he,sat junking mflo the bright anthracite, blazing! with such <"h pleasant light before him. "1 'in quite sure ribat J understand what that man mean ' s iwhen, after he stopped me, askyd for work, and ldbking at his ragS, 1 gave 'him, tpmc"ihitig to do in the lumber yard, rhore for humanity's sake than for work ; hjs took tny ^warmly gloved hand ia his cold pnu. and repeated the Scripture proverb th' al my moth-«r had so often taught me. I'mj sure I was -not casting bread, in the sense ) have always ¦thought of it. Had'I givun a jfoor child a Tj quarter, or a poor man some mdit, it would ,bave been a parallel case to thi.4 one. lioth ' might have remembered mi- lor a while, but ' ¦^r ith numberless chancres, the meruv of mv eharity might never have returned to ble.»s me. The man may not come...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

WHE UJfera^e^R'A STATESMAN .1. A. • =. ASf» A JftATKIOT. - ¦ - ¦ ;;>:We'pr|nt tb»'.follawing from Governor SSirtin's ' great ispeech at Pittsburg. " It is jeVideritly imperfectly reported, but ,i< t *tilL •ieopVeys a grand idea of/the principles^ and ftHe men we are advocating in this great struggle. In contrast with the utterances of JToodwnijd—fir ' . rttfief Swith ', those ( of! " his fEiend3 faaUe hasvoluntariLy.. closed-his lips, except for the purpose pf whispering in private the foulest detractions of his Government and his country—the extract below, from a speech of Governor Curtiri^ will exhibit the feelings and sentiments of the two candidates for Executive position in 1 Penn* svlvnnia: ' ' •'•' •' ." ;• Pellow-citjzens :—I remember -well the last time ' t stood in the presence of a multitude of people on this plain. It was in. July, 1862, at a time,when our; army had 1 suffered disaster ; it w$i ,tbe darkdt hour in the history of our country, and the...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Wtt1Ti>OES JfO*f WOODWARWBEStGX ¦ » ' ¦Wii en. ' ihe.Democr. aticState.ConVicrition of ¦Pennsylvania 1 - nominated one "of the-Judges of the " Supreme Court of the CommoWBMth as its candidate for Governor, the politicians composing^ that Convention evidently felt that they wore taking " a step/whMi, if they ¦we re unsuccessful, mightloso them a member of the Supreme Bench. It would be bad -enough to lose a' Governor, without sacrificing a position lasting for a' term of fifteen years: so they, ingeniously determined not to take the risk of Woodward's resignation, and therefore paseqd a resolution "'requestingjhim not to resign/the office of J.udge ^ unless he should be elected Governor. l*n tho. latter casehb wtnild be able to appoint some. Borhoerat or/copperhead to fill the vacancy ocr Casioncd by his own -resigJuition, until -the next ensuing' general" election, which, being tbe'lyear of the great'Presidentinl campaign, when they hoped tobe successful; tlje.y might...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

i- ILi»:ai?«tSll3, PKR»»t>U!St«» IBS StS«t!EHA!»SA. 1 ; . -¦ "} • CiamteRsfcorf;, JSsptuuber IStli, 1S63. f : H%ERAL^KBEES, NO, 14. — \Jlj.TheTol]6wirig4?to<lltttiia(ipn. by the President ef the (Jolted States, is jmWIish«t tor Ilio infurantlcm and government cil ' the CouimanJcrs ol Troops, ami all cooterneUiutlii»D(.piirtiBeot: " ... W.vr TMP4KTSIKJIT, Washijigton CitT, SrptnnVr ' lSt?. IMiS-MlESEHAi.: Icncli*8t<»jou;a oertiV' copyyttb* Prwidont'B'HrOcramatlon. ?n»pendhiga«!Writ 9f i|ab»a» Corpus. • Tiou will plcaso see that it ia cXfxnttil in your licyartmcnt.' Yotiioiedifcn' tiiorv^, ' — "¦ .-- - ( .Si ?™!d / ) < SB WIN X. bTA > TON. *e> "/ War.. yjiij!* «tnenO, r jABivs N. Cotoii, -f , f . . - „ i' ',, .. OMitanduxg Department o/inj^^jjno, { \ ' ' ** ** Cl<ambcT$bnfff, i\itiia^ y lfclDQlIAaTEES, TjErXETMESI OIlaESBSWKBlSSA,> c™mber*»irg;. Pa.Scomber 18.1S53. > Official:—9'S.:COUCUjJfuj4r General Gmmantii:>f...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

THE PKESI!>E2(T'8 l'ROl'LUATIO. MOW IT WAKKfi. - ' The New lork Tribune, of Saturday, snows us in a brief article, how good a work the President has done for the army and the nation, by bis timely interposition between the Copperheads and their cherished object, ' , of defeating the draff and so preventing the ' reinforcement of the army, when he issued his recent proclamation suspending'the privileges of the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases. The Tribune's article, , showing how the schemes ¦ of the conspirators of copperheadlism have boon brought to naught t .is as fol-•i ' ovfi: The President's proclamation suspending the writ of habeas corpus has created a s ' en<- sation throughout the entire country. Conscripts who indulged the hope that * disloyal Judges would provide 11 way of escape " for them have determined to pay'the commutation fee,' furnish substitutes, or responct in person to Ihe summons of the Provost Mjirshal. . Deserters who have been pl...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

A FALSEHOOD EXPOSED A number of the Democratic newspaper?, advocating the election ^ of Judge "Woodward for Governor, publish falsehoods in regard to the official acfionp of Gov. Curtiii. They accuse him of complicity or responsibility in the earl y imposition of " shoddy and paper soled shoes" .on our (three months) soldiers. This fraud bos long since been exposed, and this fact these journals very well know.~ They know, or they ought to ' knowthat Gov. Curtin has been twice cleared of all guilt in this matter. Those papers and small prattlers -who make this charge, are bound to prove it, but this they never attempt to do. "It is," eaystheLewisburg Chronicle, " sometimes hard work to prove a negative, but in this case it mav be tried. Our readers re¬ member, that when those wrongs first became known, Gov. .Curthi hastened to stop payments until the matters were straightened. He also appointed a committee to look into the same. . One of this committee was Hon. Jacob Try, lat...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

YVO3IEX TO THE BESCCE. While manly hcarto and strong riglt OnnE, Fight for our Country's fleganj lawa; i ¦While patriot blood like -water flowe, ] . . From brother's veins to aid our cause Shall women sit with folded hsnftd, j And in the strife find naught to do ? Js there no work for loyal hands J,—_ . Of sisters, wives, and mothers too ? j .while.treafO^ Inrks'in every Street, i i ,^,,VAnd walksabroofl in thiudifguiae-!:- - ¦While craven nenrts with poison-tongues, t. - .-.VTnite loudly "Peace and ComDroiiuse."' -..,!, Shall woman's voice he hushed and etiU, .,-, And offer no rebuke to those j Who lack the power, not the will— 1 ¦ •* '< To sell t^oir country to their foes, i- j •\ i % ( " a* i while our soil with blood is red .j g " And dying heroes ask relief— . I -i.i While orphaned children cry for food], t _ And widows' hearts aro filled with igrief ~' J ' 'TiS woman's right to hear a part, ] "¦' : Though not on fields of battle goryS * '- .But through the richn...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

«amting, ®latmg, &c BARN AkD T, FELLQWS. ' . . aOVSBAND SIGN PAIST-KH UKAKEK,. GLAZIER, AND 'PAPBK. HANGER, SHOP - . In the ' Old: Armory Building, {up siaira. \ nextdhpr to "Old Jail,"Pciffer $ Folk' * Carriage Manufactory, opposite ~ = Brcten's Hotel, anil COKXER OK SECaNDAXD MABKET*TS., - ' - Chambersbur^, F». I respectfully t«ke this mcluod ot tit-inking liaciij-?ens ot Cbarabereburg and -vicinity for tho vctj libeml patronage I have received »t Uielr Uands &r th» pa*t year, (my^rst yenrin this pljwe,)and flattering iny»e)f thi\t 1 havo done, and and nrn rtill prepas ea'tu do, »fi« very boot itork in my lino, 1 solicit acontinuance of p«»t favor, . B. T. ?KLLO\\ 8. P.S.I respectfully refer to any of my patrons—Aain Eyster, Win. JJclienahan. Col. A. K. Siet'lurey 9ev. Mr. Niccolls, PreBhyteriwi <'hnrcriDr.Ricbards,Br. Fisher, of M. Kteffer & Co.j German Ref'd Jleisenger, J, Alliw»> JByster'Win. C. Kyuter, and any others for whom ttatji do...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

, <$jiUaz3®txcl)a footing T> 00FO&: >/ , :;• t\> ROOtlXG Rtaiy to naitVmv, JcuifFJXCr mnrt durable than Tin.' t • JiOOFlA'G antatf.iteaulof ' fin. '' ¦ill ROOFlNdfiiT'mt^ntFltttBonfr , BEADY BOOFIiN'G : FOR H0CBE8, ' soR-cmiEcnES, . . . . FOR FACTORIES.. ¦ , . ~ ¦ " Tlllt TtARS*. • FOB ALL BUIIipiNfiS ! . Thin Rooting it madi> of the heaviest woven flbric;oT*r used for the purpose.—Jlauufiicnired solely by ourWv« and w!cttred'by Patent. Put up in rolls and shipped to all parts of tlm country.. and usually fin* wile by hnrdwarn' merchants nudbailiti?«. It am boappliediy anyeomrabn workmnn. • Wt)a!6omami£<ctnrc. IiI(iClB'6UTTA PERCHA CKMEVT, ! • loft RKPAiaiNO LEA.KT TIN ROOFS! . HEAVIER lidmgtHAN OIL PAIFT. . -=> MOItE DURABLE TBAS' OIL t'AlyT. ' I-tformB-apcrmhnetly adhesive, eluitic calling Mrr the wholo surface of tho tin. nllina up all the Mmutlur . ' RUST HOLES . , v ' . ' . And ' ofton saving tho expense of a new ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

| JrDGE LOWRIES HkARTLESSXESS AXD Bislotalty.—At the Union meeting in the l'hird Ward, Allegheny, on the'Hth inst., ° he Hon. Thomas J. Bigham related the folt awing incident, f on the authority of Mr. )rozi'er, andanumberof citizens of ilt Troy: "On the morning of the 4th of July last, wo Union soldiers called at Judge Low ' rie's 'esidence, and stated that they were hungry, yithout money, and asked for breakfast. L'iie Judge appearing at the door, ordered ;heni, in 0 sullen, peremptory manner, to leave his premises* Some altercation of words ans-iied, when the Judge added, 'tfiat he would urcfer giving bread to Rebels. rather than Union soldiers!'" ' , ' Mr. B. said he made this styitement at the request of the partie.-); whoVwore present and Tpndv tn vftnnh for its truthfulness. - Could human beings vote for such a man as that ? Shortly before his last election, the public wero favored with a " beautiful criticism" on the word Jehovah, by Walter H. Lbwria We arc looking anxio...

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

* Worps or a Southern Loyalist.—Gen. A. J. Hamilton, late a refugee. from Texas, has • lately written to tho President a letter whichjeontains the following: ••The nation bw " had enough of Slavery Conservatisp. It now demands not only a t-hange, but a radical change. The future security of the nation depends upon the policy which shall be now adopted. Its strength results from civil liberty and free government; its. only weakness* has been the institution of /Slavery,- which thwarted • the ^ development of those ideas. Tho great South, embracing inorethan 11,000.000 of human beings,.all, under proper guidance;, an effective element of National strength, has ono 'enemy only, that is Slavery Conservatism. I he tfU.wPr 000 of people in tho North have had one insidious, mercenary, and atrocious enemy—Slavory Conservatism ! The example in our country is only a repetition of what'has been witnessed in all others. . The process of freeing nations of the barbarisms of Slavery has gener...

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

Vau.andigham and the Invasion of Lek.—The following letter, which speaks for itself, we copy from the N. Y. ¦ (Times: Philadelphia, Sept. 1^ 1863. - Having just returned-from the " city of Richmond, Vs.., where 1.have been over onoyear, I . wish,you woiild give(the following'publication in your vitlnable journal; I haveduring my stay in Eichmond,made the intimate acquaintance of J.. Lane, captain, Confederate army, son of General Joe Lane, of Oregon, who is well informed, and who assured mo that the lato invasion of the North bv Gens. T>.e and Morcan was mado upon the earnest and undoubted rep'-!$entation» of that'«true Southern man," Vallandigham, who assured" President Davis and hisCabinetthat:the North was ripe for a revolution, and only awaited the appearance of the.Southern army to proclaim for -Jeff. Davis, and forsake Lincoln. Mr. Vallandigham's representations were corroborated by the tonooftheinajority of tbeifarfhern journ als, who surel y would not denounce the...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Who ABE GuiLTt?—In December, 1860; Jndgo Woodward, now spoking to be Govx ern'or of Pennsylvania, at'.a public meeting in Philadelphia, said": -i= " V : ; ' "It " seema to mo that there must be. a time when tho slaveholders iridy fallbackon tl\eir natural rig/its, and employ,, in .defenca of their slave property, whatever meahtiof protection they possess or cancommand.'' - ' One month afterwards, Alexan3% H. Stephens, now "Vice President of the" 1 Veljel government, muttered these* words: -before a Georgia Stato Convention I ' . '• i "What right haathe-Northansailed f What interest of the. South has • been invaded I "What justice has beeri denied? and what claim, founded in justice and right, has been withheld ? Can either of you to-day- , naiiie one governmental Set of wrong.-deliberutoly and purposely done by the government -at Washington, of-which the South has a right to oomplain ? / challenge the answer." |. Dho"Northern Judge, counseling rebellion —the southern firu-eatt'r...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

MILITAIi y JNOTIOE.-r-TlKi tw-¦ loving appointment has been nimit) hy Mujwr Ueuerat Cou'cn, vK: ¦' ' " * - - %. f JJcacbnujrterit Department An^ucJiastna. > ¦ \ Chambershnrg,Septeruher I^tli. 1S63. i "SPECIALOUDKRS NO. 9U.-.-Kstrac*.—Persona *•- aiding in Frauklin. i.umbcrhind and Perry conutinrV. having just claims against th« United rftivto^ {Jowtnment iorO/uai-tor-M^atcra* Suppliesntid tmupportalkm furnished ttie Uniteii States forci"S during the recent rebel invaaiun wifi present tiioni U>C |it. A. Denny. Aiwt. Quai tcr Master TT.JJ. Vuls- at such time nud pl^im n< b» "may designate iii Circular hereunto attached witli a vfcw to theli-filial settlement; • -,,. "Cwniniaud of Alajor General Couca. ' '¦ ' ' -"JNO. S. SCHULT7.K , ; "Ansiatimt Adjiitnm flencral." CirvCULAH. —In pnrsnanco'of the aboveordoi-the ii«- ileMigned will remain in CharobersbUrjc^a.. ior the nn»t two weeks, to hear and adjust all claims, embraced hi thenbovVinstrnctlons. fir parties In P...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

. * Gov. Andrew Jdhsson, of Tennessee, is Who numbered among the glorious band of true patriots, At a meeting called at Nashville; on tho 29th ult, to rejoice over the Federal successes before Charleston, ho uttered tho following bold and noble sentiments:, i "Slavery was a cancer on our society, and the scalpel of the statesmen should be used not simply to 'pare away the cxteripr and leave the roots to propagate the discaaaancp, but to remove it altogether. Let us destroy the cause of our domestic dissensions and this bloody civil war. It is neither wise nbrjust to compromise with an evil so gigantic. Ho avowea himself unequivocally for thcnenioV- al of slkverjsj-the, sooner it can be effected the b«*teti -Stome ; - .inettnvenience might, moA nkeiyrfw0tfl'd, follobr temporarily, but th£se VSufdj 1}"* more^ti^lh. compensated.by the gr^ndl inipulse-gitfi to all our interests by " thosupstijution-.pf. fireefor slave labor. Hg; was for immediate 'epaajicipaxion, if he coula' get ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

W j& 2*> $$$IP<WP> r $ c T^lXON-'S COLim^., . • • : ' . , ,- . X. \ At no time since thjo «omniencnient of Kix . ' , ' on '? ] >rug Store, has there beon so FULL -AXD 'COiiPlETE; A StbCK . "- ,!- " ofFrosh.and ' ' ' .' . ; ' PERFECTLY IiELIABLI? MEDICINES I ' To offer .to those who are bo unfortunate as' to be compelled to indulge in such ! lusoriea. i Tho ' lact isi,that nnJeas there are large and rapid - - ¦ 'sales, no cstaMishment ean : supplxits - • " " '•' enstomers with*frifttl> v fresh and io-' . ¦ '' ! littble remedies, in the|shape 0;f " ¦ Drags*pdChemieali| Time , . ¦ • ¦ i affects with much more ; . , rabidity many iaorc . or tir . . ; ., olesin medicine than iu any' ^ ' , othermerchacdise.heneothene-. . ccasity >of rapid chnnge of ptoek to - Becnre to the purchaser just what is , wanted. KIS0N is abro. by rnpid change? in stock, always to present the very best to his customers. He desires to keep tho above facts-b...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

^ Lrnts fff'SEratalr^ pENNSYLVAJjU BAIL RQ&Dl JL SlT.lf.VEiJTIME TABLE. Pitt Trottix baity !o>amZ/iV,fti PJiirade!plii<L , anlund, after MOX&AT, The Passoniror Trains of the " Pennsylvtnin : Tlii1lrba<l Company will depart from nnd atrivo at Uatrisburg nnd Philadelphiaa« follows: ' :; ' -EASTWA"RD. - ;i ' ¦ '- ¦ • TIinOtlGH EXPRESS TKAIN loaves HnrriBonrB iiily at 2.03-a.'a., and arrives at West PhilaJelpiiia'iU .i'Ai-T LINE leaves navrisburg daily (except StoiidAy) nt5.45*. M., and 'arrive* at West ' hilaoelphla at 9:56 A»3l Passengers fcdsebreakiastiat Lancaster. WAY AC 0MM0DATION',' via Mount Joy, leaves Ilarrisbiirgat- 7.00 A.M, v and nrrives at West -Philadelphia tt VJ 2fl p. ji" . • " " •-¦•• FAST WA.lt. THAIS leires Harrisbhrg daily (escopt Sirailny) at 1.00 p. m- and arrives at West Philadelphia i q-ARIUSUURG ACCOMMOD.VIION TRAIN., via Columbia. leAves Harrislrarp at 4.00 P. K., " ana arrives'at WestPiiitadc;pbii»at,9ao?.M. i - • ,-...

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