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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
DEMOCRATIC TESTIMONY Scarcely an issue ' of the Spirit fails to revamp the falsehood that Gov. Cnrtin speculated off the soldiers by furnishing them shoddy clothing and " unwholesome food. We have heretofore exposed this persistent defamation; but "in order that every voter may justly appreciate the gross character of those misrepresentations , we give the verdict of those, of adversepolitics, wher made a sworn report on the subject after a full examination- . Wbon the charge was first made, Gov. Curtin at 0Hee % called upon Wm. Heywood, Caleb Cope and Jacob Fry, the last named the late Democratic Auditor General, and justly famed for his integrity, to make a patient and fear- * less investigation. They did so, and fully exonerated the Governor. But the next legislature, hoping to find some cause of complaint against Gov. Ourtin, raised a special, committee headed by Mr. Rex , Democrat from Montgomery (and now a candidate for re-election), and Mr. Greenbank, of Philadelphia,...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
I WOODWARD OS SLAVERY. In 1837, when Judge Woodward was a member of the Constitutional Convention, he entertained views respecting Slavery which accorded with justice and humanity; but now, when the champions of Slavery have drenched a continent in blood and sought to overthrow this fair fabric of Free dom, he truckles '" to it with a degree of selfabatement that is humiliating in the'extreme. Hear him in 1S37, as his speech is recorded in Vol. 10 page 25 of the debates: " The act of 1780 n which abolished slavt-ry in Pennsylvania, has already been referred, to. That act was a proud monument to the humane poli cy of the State, and presents a Contrast with the course of Englandon the subject of slavery which no Pennsylvanian need blush tj> look toil. It wiped " out the stain of Slavery, and conferred on the negro what he had not beforo enjoyed, civil freedom. It secured to Ajot those civil rights to which he, in common vnift all other hunian beings of whatever clime or com...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
MILITARY DAMAGES , The people of Franklin county have suffered to the extent of not less " than two hundred' thousand dollars by invasion and military occupation of the county. Twice have rebel bandsof plunderers penetrated into the most wealthy portions of the county, and the ' rebel army of Lee covered the entire county in its march and stripped the people of everything that could in any way •ontribute to the, necessities of our foes. If any of our citizens, who are renters of farms, have been almost " utterly ruined by the loss of their j crops and stock, and all •lasses have suffered more than the people •fa great State should be called upon individually to bear. , It is not to be hoped that the National Government can make restitution for these losses at'pres . ent. Possibly an early termination of the war and the restoration of the Union to peace and prosperity, might bring an early and equitable adjustment of these «laims; but at present it is . impossible.— Much as P...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
THE OTHER SIDE. . A few weeks ago tho Spirit devoted a page to extracts from thePittsburg Gazettt protesting against the re-nomination Cot" Gor. Curtin. Will it now be 'honest ^nd fair " enough to give the other side, and show to its readers why the Gazette with all its objections to Gov. Curtin, prefcrs ' his election to that of . Judge Woodward? . It reasons thus on the subject: "If our objections to the re-nomination of Governor Curtin had been ten-fold greater, we would rather have taken him, with'all his faults, than thfit undisguised apologist i>f the rebellion, whoso success would not onl y imperil the Republic, tout perhaps involve us in a bloody war at home, like t ,hat inau¬ gurated by Gov. Seymour in ]Sew Xork, and so happily checked at.tho outset by fee valor of a loyal police, and the armed intervention of the ' Government troops. A merely local Administration the most unsatisfactory in its economic conduct and policy, if unconditionally pledged to contribute...
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
G IVB the Democratic party power and they wilf restore the Union," say Dempcratic orators in their appeals to the people ' ,-Will they explain how it is that every State that has seceded and joined the war in behalf oi traitors had a Democratic Governor and legislature? The Democrats have control of every seceded State—why dontt ' thoy show the beneficent fruits they claim for Democratic ' successes by restoring thosHs St ates in thrt Union ? Uwon> Men of Franklin county, if thew is a single district that has " not heed, thoroughly organized, , let the work be done nt once. It is not yet too Jate to perform a work so patriotic. See that no votes are lost for want of assessment, or for want oi" opportunities to reach the polls. Our cause is the sacred cause of our country, and we owe it our best energies in this' hour of trial. Forward. Union Men, forward! The U . nion Meetings in every part of tire county have been largely attended. Th« camp fires ' burn brightly throug...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
A WORD TO SOLDIERS There are now ^ from ten to twelve hundred soldiers \ti Franklin county, who have served the cause of their country with credit and been honorably discharged! They have braved disease and the perils of battle in their devotion to the Flag of thejRepubliC( and many, bear honorable wounds to attest their heroism against the mendacious hosts of treason, while others of their comrades sleep in untimely graves as martyrs to the preservation of bur liberties and the peace of our homes. ! Eight companies of the gallant 126th, which won for itself imperishable fame alike at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, have returned to us, save the lamented dead, whose memories are cherished in unfading gratitude in every loyal heart; and five. compani# of the 158th, after a term of arduous and often perilous service, are also at their homes to discharge their duties as citizens. , On the 13th of October next, these brave defenders of our common-, . Nationality will be c...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
Hon. Franklin Bound, Senator from Northumberland, and a. most able and eloquent advocate' of the Union cause, will speak at the following places in Franklin •ounty: TFAYNESBOKO, ITuesday ev'ng Oct. 6th. GKEENCASTLE. WednV. " . « 7th. HERCEBSBtTKC^ Thursday " " 8th. LOUDPN, Friday - " " 9th. flHAHBERSBURG. Sat'dav " •' 10th. Alex. K. McCltjre will speak at the following places in Franklin county: "GREENVILLAGE, Friday ev'ngiOct. 2d. ©RRSTOWN, Saturday " " 3d. FUNK8TOWN. Monday " ' " 5th. "WAYNESBDRO, Tuesday " . " 6th. GREENCASTLE, Wedn'y " " 7th. MERCERSBURG, Thursday " '• 8th LOUDON, Friday * » " . 9th. CHAMBERSB.tJRG, Sat'day " " 30th. ftUINQT, : Monday , " -'12th. Evert lover 'of loyalty and foe of treason should attend and hear Col. Montgomery, •f Vicksburg, Miss., in Chambersburg this (Wednesday) evening. • He is from the South—was editor of the Vicksburg „ Whig when treason culminated in fratricidal war; was imprisoned for the single crime of de-YOtion to his country; wa...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
jtittllii - i&zpmim$ Wednesday Morning, Sept. 30,1863 ' UNION STATE TICKET. - ¦ FOR GOVERNOR. " ANDREW G. CURTI1V, Centre. FOR SUPREME. JUDGE. DANIEL. AGSEW, Bearer. BjV/O ' W COUNTY TICKET FOB ASSEMBLY, T. JEFFEBSOX SILLOhiunberrtrarg WIlUAJf A. GBAT. i'nlforr. J FOR FROTHOKOTARY, E.8HASSOK TATI.OB, (JhnmVc. TOB REGISTER AND RECORDER * HEJiBY STRICKLES, Antdm. » ' JOB CXEBK OF THB COURTS, i TO. G. MITCHELL, Southampton. I- • FOR COUNTY TREASURER, • . JAMES G. EI.DER, St. Themss. FOR COMMISSIONER. HEJTRV GOOD, Qoincy. FOR DIRECTOR OI>ffHE POOR. . JOB'S JMEECLER, Cfiamberabnrg. ' V FOB AJiblTOR, .,. TO. S. AM^EySOJT, Washington. Wm. McClellan Esq., will speak f or the Union ticket at the following named places: . . . -" ' WELSH RTJX, Tuesday ev'ng Oct. 6th. GREENCASTLE, Wedn'y » ' ' .< 7th. ¥EW ERAIJKLIN, Friday " " 9th. SCOTLAND, Saturday. " . " 10th.
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
Gbeat minds often utter the same sentiments, although.thousands of>miles opart and as widely different in their situations. Thus the Richmond Enquirer, th' e rebel organ of Jeff. Davis, and Judge Woodward, the Democratic candidate for Governor, although separated by hostile lines, almost simultaneously utter the same sentiments in behalf .. of the cause of armed traitors. Here they are:*, * -. " The success of the Democratic party yjbuld be no longer doubtful, should Gen. Leo oiu-« more advance on 1 Meade. Let him drivm Moado into Washington- and -'he will ngain raise the spirits of the Democrats, confirm their timid and giv.e confidence to their wavering."—Richmond Enquirer. ~ " "We must arouse ourselves, and reassert the righU ,of the slaveholders, and add such guaranties, to our Constitution as will protwfhis property from the spoliation oft relig ion. * bigotry or persecution, or elso we must g iv» up our Constitution and Union."-i-Gcor7» W. Woodwartl.
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
WOODWARD A3TD FOREIftJOEBS We give in today' s paper,; in German type, the platform of Judge Woodward as to the rights of foreigners, and commend it to every German in' our county. It is a correct statement from the official records, and can be implicitly relied upon as representing correctly the position taken by Judge Woodward. He boldly declared that no foreigner should be allowed to vote or hold office in Pennsylvania after 1841, and gave as a reason for his motion , that they were unfitted to enjoy the privileges of citizenship. .If in the face of this declaration, Germans can vote tor Judge Woodward, they must show a poor appreciation indeed of the priceless blessings they ' enjoy. Let no German in Franklin county deposit his ballot without first seeing Judge Woodward's record. Look to it Union men, that they are faithfully advised of it. We have the official debates for the inspection of any one who disputes thfe correctness of our. report. . : ; There are hundreds ...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
—Soldiers of Franklin county I Your cause and your country' s cause, are upon trial before the People. Shall your compatriots on the county ticket , and your patriotic and devoted Executive, receive your approval or your condemnation at the polls? Will you bring honor or dishonor upon the veterans of the Republic and its sacred Flag ? Will you give joy to the loyal hearts at home and the heroes of loyalty in the field? or witl you give freshheart and hope to now despairing treason ? Soldiers, and soldiers' -friends, answer at the noils 1 , .
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
ARE TOU ASSESSED? Union Men, see thatyou are certainly assessed. Many votes are often lost by want of attention to assessments in season. The Union, Committees of each district should see at once that the name of every Union voter is on the assessor's list unless they are to vote on age. Friday next, ihe 2d day of Octoberis the last day for assessing, as the law requires it to be done at least ten days before the Election. Every Union man should make it his individual duty to see to this important matter.
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
THE NOLDIEB TOTE. We earnestly urge Union men to sec to the assessment of every soldier in the service, who 13 likely to be in their respective districts ten days before the election. As sess them without regard to their political opinions, for their right to vote is unques' t tionable if they are ten days in the district and duly assessed. The Union party h» on all occasions demanded the right of suffrage for our gallant defenders ' of the Flag, while the Democrats have steadily aM earnestly labored to keep them .from tl» polls. "" T . . . ' Let them, therefore, all be assessed, and if any of them choose to. vote against tb* cause for which they peril theft lives, let them do so—it is.their right. They cannot and should not forfeit the right of suffrage by fighting onr country's,battles, and wnfitt they have the ten. days residence in any district, and are assessed, none but a traitor would object,to their voting. It is alik» lawful ^ndjust, and let the Union men afford t...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
Heto asberfteemattis TTEADQUARTERS of PROYOST XX MARSHAL, Sixtunlh IHttriet, Peanrylranid, OhaiabbrsborE, September 26th. 1683.—The .Board " of Enrollment of the Sixte nth Congressional Datrlct of Pennsylvania have granted the following exemptions f<ir the canses assigned, during their sessions, from the 7th to the I9th of September, inclusive: / FOR PHYSICAL OR MBNTAL DISABILITY. / John H.Bert . Diwid F. May / Francis Overbstugh Francis M. Boor , (ieorge Pluukuurt Jonathan C Dicken Charles ]nW Juhu Sollenberger Frederick Bwgle Stephen Wick Genrge W. Ziuiuters Jncnb Maaspeakor Danivl W. Amos Jncob Corns William Koons A. K.Bottonfleld Theodore Thotupton Jacob Noglo Jonathan Brimlle* Nvlson D, Miller Stephen Wright AdiuuComp Jacob Snydir > Jolln Njium Wm. J. Uonseholder Sftmuel Beltc Washlngtotititon& JacoUCogau David Eollin John Rush toward Hartley Jumes U- Wilson Dnnlol P. Stone Silvid 8teel Wiilmm H.Diohl Juhn Border David Dlehl James K. Bums William W...
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
/ ILejal ftotwesi , NOTICE.—In tho matter of tbo . Estate of George Pxlmer, dee'd. All persons iuterested will take noticethut upon appllc»lion of W. ^. Everett andC. S. Eystef? E>qs., to the Judges of the Orphans'Uonrt of Franklin Co., Pa., the said Judges in open Conrtmade the following order to wit: That notice he given to»ll particsiutcii,]«tedtoappear at next term of Court, on Tuetday. Oettl/tt 0(li, 1863, and snow cause if any they have, why John Unriuony one o( the Executors of the but will and testament of Gesrge Palmer, dee'd, should not be discbnrgeu from the dnties and responsibilities cf saldexectitorshtp. WM. G. MITCHELLaig26-tc ' Clerk of Orphans'Court. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. — J\Notice is hereby given that Letters of AdminUtrution on the Estate of John Smith, late of the Borough of Chsmbersbnrg, dee'd, have been granted to the ondersigned , redding in said Borough. ' , AH persona knowing themselves Indebted to raid Estate wi'.l pleaso make immediate payme...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
; irleto aubertisements. n ^TIp>T ^TEETI^GS WILL BE i held at the fulluwiuu I imps and places : MaKION Monday Evwiing October 6th KITNK8T0WN •¦ WAYNESII0110 Tuojiday " « fith WELSH BUN - •' " « (IREKNCA&TLK .Wednesday « " 7th ailKKNWOOK v •• « " " iJKBCKKSBUBO.; .Tburnlay '• •> Sth STONY PO1NT....J •' •' . " LOUUON'..; Friday " " Bth NEWIFRANKUN " " •' ¦ .. SCOTLAND Saturday •' ¦ '" 10th CHA>1liKK!<HUllO ~ <¦ - •• QU1NCY ....Mnmhy - " 12th Ahlc SjicKkor^ wi I br )ir«ent nt each t.t thew-nieetlng^ : JOHN STEWAKT, Clin'r Union Co Com. TVTOTICE.—Notice is hereby «iven, 1^| 1 that the undersipnf A will nr.t pay any ' debts, made by any one, nnless authorlzjd by Iht ' I ' MATiGARRT OOETTMAS. Cornijr of 2d and Market sts., Chambershurg, Pasept 30 'B3 3t. TMPC)ETANT NOTICE.—All per i X "on« knowing themselves Indebted to the late firm of O. H. tlniCLtnf & Co., of the "Dlspntoh." for Job Work. Advertlsincr. or Subscription. «io notified...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
flcto atJbrrtisrmcnts D WAT80N ROWE, Attorney at s Law, Greenca»tle,Pa. [sep30.'63 A DiIINI»TRATOR'SNOTI(JE. — _£jL. Notice is hereby »iven that Letters of Adriiinis-11 ntum un the Otate of Jane Burns, lato of Hamilton Township, deceased, have been granted to" tho undersigned, residit (r u> tho Unrpujeh of Wnynesboro 1 . All persons knowing themtelven iudeblcd to said EsstRtiiwilI plenxi make immcdiiitA payment; and those having clnlnut will present them properly nuthenticaicil fur setilemeul, either to the undersigned or to Kyater i Bonebnike. ff. s. AMBERSON sen. 30. Adininistftitiir. 4 DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. — l\ Sotico tsherebr giren that Lettemof Admiustmuou on the Estate ofgitmurl W. Helntnlnnin late of Guilfurd Tnwnshlp, decea-cl, have Iieun granted to the nndais:gnca. rcsldim; in suld Townal.lp. ' All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate «ill ple-MM hiakv inimfdiutf* pn/menc; nnd tho*e hiviiisclaims will prcspnt them properly nnthi-liticnteJ for ...
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863
Editor of Repository—Dx<ir Sir: With our permission I vrisb to Bay^to tho readers of your paper that I will send by return mall tu all who wish it, (free) a Becipe, with fall directions for making and osing a simple Vegetable Balm, that will .effectually rtmovo, in 10 minutes, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, l'rucklee, and nil Impurities of the Skin, leaving ihe some soft clear, tmooth nnd beautiful. ' . I wilt also mail free to those havine Bald Ileads or Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will enable them to start n full growth of Lnxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a " HoufiUdio, j n less than 30 days. All applications answered by return mall without charge. Reipectfully yours,. .. ' . . THOS. T. CHAPMAN, ; ' ! Chemist. inly22'C3-3m. No. 831 Broadwny.JNew York. George Stetk § Co's PiartoK,—Cresson Sraiicos, Ang. lSf3^-Mr. J. E. GOULD, Seventh and Uhcstnnt streets, Philadelphia.—DrAB Sib.—Having had frequent opportunities of examining the Pianos mad* by Messrs. George ...