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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

£xm%lin, j§qmii®t tOUTlCAI. ITEMS. The Union men of Erin have " nominated John R. CocKran andBrym S. Ilill for Assembly. Keturns from 1,370 towns in Maine give Cony18,478majority forGovernor. Thesame town? lost roar gave- Cobarn 5,921 majority. Eerriember, Tax-payers, that in one yearthe ordinary «rpen«» ofthi-State Government vsen redaud NINETY-FIVE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN DOLLARS ($95,-317.00,) by Asdbew G. Ccbti* ! Lee threatens another raid into Pennsyl¬ vania during election week. If bis army, as we arc told, is bat forty thousand strong. ,aad they would eonre here and rote, Cnrtin iind tho Union would still have a handsome working majority. * Gov. Andrew ? was nominated for re-election by acclamation, as were also all the present oncambents of State officers, by the late Union Conyontion in Massachusetts. Hon. "Wm. E. Lehman, Democratic memtier of Congress from Philadelphia, and one of the .ablest and most eloquent leaders of that party, is .mit for Cnrtin...

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Id=289 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

.• ¦ Thomas C. McDowell, of late one of the editors of the Patriot and Union, was announced to address a Union meeting in Beaver, in favor of the re-election of dor, Curtia. The Hon. John C. Knox, of Philadelphia, in old Democrat of the Jackson stamp, and an earnest defender of the Government from the assault of traitors, has taken the stump for Curtin. Thus me by one the oldVleadera of tho true Democracy ire taking their stand. In a speech made recently in Ohio by a {cntlcman who has been known for many yean as a leader of the democratic party, he put tho sopara'ioo -of the honest men and the traitors in the democratic ranks on its truo ground. He said: "I have lot left my old political associates because I desire the destruction of democracy; I only wish the party destroyed that democracy itself may livo. ,The Copperheads held a meeting in Philidelphia on Thursday evening, and passed resolutions declaring the President's proclamation suspending the privileges of the writ of ha...

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

ILegal iloticcs AJ O1NT RESOLUTION PROIM3IXG : CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THE i.v..aTlTUTION. Be it retolced by (S« Senate and Jlouttof Representatives of the Commonwealth of Jtnmylvania in General Atumbly mrt, Thnt the following aim ndnifntiibe prapoteiltotueOinstitation of the OommonwMUh, in accordunco with the proYisk-nn of the tenth article thereof: Thnre ahull he au additional aectluii to the third article ofthe Constitution, to be designated a* section four, u follows: SCCTION4. Whenever any of the qualified riwstir* of chia t_'cniin»nwc!iUh8hi»n bo in any ;vctu.il military service, under a requisition from the President ol tne United Stated, or by the authority of thin Oororaouw u.-ilth, «adi electors m»y exercise tie right of niflrfli£i> in all vh'cttnna by th« citizund, under tmch rejsnlntioiiK as ure, or shall be, prescribed by lnvr, a* fu'ly »a if thoy were pr.'»»iu at their usual place of election. Thoro shall be two additional nectlous to thoe'.fVfnth ortklnorComt...

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Id=327 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

"pUBLIC SALE.—There.will be sold t by Public Sale, on the premises in Grewi township, two mllea S. Kiwi of Scotland,on Taetdny, 6th of Octo-6cr,18u3,tbe following JlealPropcrty.late the Eatuteof John Mull . dec'd. vil: A TRACTOF LAND, coutHiuing n ACRES. The Improvements consist of a * two-atoricd Weatherboariled-HOUSB. Frame Stable, and all the uec easary out-buildings. Tbereis a Well of excellent Water on the premises, and an ORCHARD of choke-Fruit, Also.at the dame time will be sold, n general asdortmetit of HOUSEHOLDAXfcKlTCHEN FU«i\ITOKE.coiisisting of Beds liuddiug, and Bedsteads, Bureaus. Tables, Chairs, t'lie3t8,St6vei, Glass. Oh ina.<Juectisati(! Crockery Ware, Kettles, Pots, Pans, »n.' many other articles not oiuimerated. Al*j.l.TU5Of HAY. > Sate to commence at 11 o'clork, when the tenns will be nade knowrt by . [«ept 1B«J JOUS YOST, JSx'r. Cttvmix SprrAt, Auctioneer. VALUABLE STEAM %&N1SEBY FOR SALE.—The undersigned will fell at Private Sale, hi»...

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Id=315 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

JDtragefc anti,#toUn. r,{\ HEAD OF SHEEP LOST.— fj\J Strayed from the l esidencr of tha subscriber, Imns nenr .NewGinlford, from -10 to Th) head of Sheep, miirki-dnithtliB letter N with tar on their n!du. Any pursons hiving strayedKheep^"with the above mark, on their iireuilaes, wlllpl«cse givelnformatltm hy H'ldreas iiiij . . N. W. SirLLKNBBRGER. alia t'-tf Xo«-(3tiil(lirrt H. ().. Fniiiklln <vi.. Vh. yl»9?v REWARD.—Stolen from the £uJ j£^J pasture field of the subscriber, on Friday nfttlit Hit* Tthitnt.,4 luiloK oimt of Chainbeml.nrgnn the G^tt. V5imrK I'lke.a Itrjri' BIa«k Hor«e,8 ye^ratil'i; bw*- ncvM in tli* left shimider.but docBnotjgy lamp; wnllcs Httllin barneys »r und^r theMil'ilo. Th« »b*>rw reward will bt*p.iM .or uny tnfornintion Iwidinjt to th* rooTery nf tint hone hj . AN'DBEW J. IrCK'IXBAUM. _J? WK *'* _ ' . _ _ ESTR AYS—Came to th epromif es of tho subsoriber. in Qulncy. on or * abmtt the 21>th ol AuKiisLTWOHBADOFt ATTLK one a Rod Steer.with ...

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Id=339 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

¦\TALUABLE . FABM FOR SAtE. —Thosulwcriber offers at Frivafo -ale.his FAKM f situated abiiut \ri mile from Quini'y, con rainy UL ACKK? 14of which is InTlMBKIt and thriving Cheittimr. V of th» Farm iffof tf.e bosiqntil iiy of LUJH3TONK I/AM> aud alltn a high atute of culthation. The imjiroyementanrca iHrgo.fBHICK UOb'SK. with poiiico and porches.ft new JJRIUK BASK UABN.Sufeet long, with Wagou Shed and Cum Crih attnehed, double Frame f hniageUouBe,Brlck WMh lloujp, SmolsoHouse, B«ke Oven, and ail necessary ' outbuilding*) in go>«l repair There id a large Cistern cloee to the itnni. nited for St<ick aud oi.o near Jhe kitchen. There in a Will of excellent water in the yard. There iit-aUu a variety'of eho cu Fruit, puch ii« Pears,Plums, I'tjacl^s »ml OrnptM in the yard. Th .creisalsuagoodOKCUAliD of joungthriving Fruit on the prcmtita , ' I 'ertmuB wishing to vif w the land c in dn s«» by calling on theRUbsi'ribei.oraiiy iupirniutiun lMpntiug it can bf> obta...

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Id=336 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

§aipai &&* tt Sales iTALUABLEllEALESTAtEFOB V SAtB^-Tho undersigned, EiW^tora «* Jam«» Ueatty nnd also of Catharine Bimtt . v, 1m, of rAutrltn «owmWi>.dee'dwill oner ' .nt Public S.ile.on the premise* ou«!»daysmeutionBd,tB«'ru!iuWius doscribtd Krai Sf tat«,1owit: " i* On Thvndas, the IStBi day of Ottottr.nat, ; onihoManniuuFarm.nt 10-b'cIwck.A M, said MAS SI05 PAUMconnoting »T a tract of Land "ituivte abunt five miles Sortli-taat <if GutbimsIIp, in nmd t,.wns!i(p. >o«nde.l bj lamia of James inttidsou. C. Hi pchbill, Urnry Wenger, Jaoib and Ueorjje Speeimun nisi othern. oie tainiun 152 ACRES mom it U-ji-. with ft Urge two stotim STONE BVTEi:iJK<o HOUSE, o largo St..»e Balik Bar*, Corn Crib, nnd other oiitimildlnci! thereon. There Ian never-foiling W«H »t Water p» -»»W FurJii with n fvnfjr ¦in it.' Also-Thcre b on rahl lnnd a lmge OKCHAS1) >Jf choice Fruit Inn. • • . ' At the Mine ti»« will ISe offcreij nt Psbllc S»le, * T15ACT ...

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Id=313 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

UNION MEETINGS- -i IS FRANKUX POPSI^! The People of Franklin County, ; ; without Distinction of Party,. | ¦ Who aro in favor of ' ¦ SUSTAINING THE GOVERNMENT .; against . Armed Traitors in the South ; and ! Secret Foca at Home; - : Who will Snstain ¦ ' , | -. The Bravo Soldiers in the Field j battling for ' : The Life of the Republic - and our • Ilonored Nationality: • Who favor tho Election of : GOV. ANDREW G. CURTIS. the Faithful and Patriotic Executive ; " and the . Soldiers' Friend, ¦ are reaaestcd to " . : ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING'S' . at the following named place*: SULPHUR SPRING .™ Thursday, October , 1. a o'clock, P. H.) ROXBliRY Thursday. ' do . 1. aREKNVItiL-AGB Friday . do 2. ORRSTOWN Satuiday do . S. flS* All the above moctinjrs will be neldin the evening, excepting Sulphur Spring. * F- Good Speakers will bo in attendnnco at each of thoraectings mentioned above. Other meetings will shortly be announced; -JOHN STEWART, San. 9. 'B3-td Chairman Union Cnuntv Com.

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Id=306 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

A DiUNIRTKATOM'S NOTICE. /\ Notice is horebv Klrenthat Leiteri of Admlnlstrn ti.ni untho K«tate of nemy Hollar.Inti- of Lnrpan townnl\ip. dee'd, haTeheee granted to the iiudersignod, r«ldi|is In St.Thomas township. ¦ ; •;A1 pprsmis indebted to the said Kitnte are rerjoeBted to mako immwllato payment, and thono liarinK claims or demands against the Kstate of Mie Raid decedent will make known tho same without delay, to s.-D:2 ' VKTfiR C HOLLER, Adm'r. TPXECUTORS' NOTICE.—Notice JJJ Is hereby Rirea that Letters Testamentary to the K«t ite of Abrah&m Carbangh, late of Antrim township, lUc'd. haTo been granted to the undersigned, residing in said township. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Estnt'twillplease make Immediate payment; and tkoso hating claims will present them properly anthentfeated for settlement. ABRAHAM CARBADGH , Jr., \ „_._ sept 16 APAMZABQER, |^x rs. T?X£CUTOR'S NOTICB.T-Noticl Xj la hereby giyen that Letters Tostanioutary to the Essate of John...

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Id=290 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

SCHOOL NOTICE.—Tho Public Sclioolsfor the Iiorongh of Chamberaburg will open m Monday tho2Sth of September. Scholars will return othcir former schools, when changes will bo niadu IiouIiHlje Directors think advisable. , .BTwderof theDoard, septK-lt ' . J. N. SNIDER, ;S«cretar5. SELECTION FOE OFFICERS ii. sad MAHAGEBSol tho Cumberland Valley Rail Roa I Company, will bo hf Id ttt the Company's Ofllce, in ChumberabBrg, on Mon'lay,theith day of October next, betweenthehoura of 10 L. SI.nnd i P. M. ttsplMt E. M. BIDt)LK,S6e'y. T>UESE FOUND IN CUMBERJL LAND Valley Rail Road Cars, containing a »ma!l amount of money. Tho owner can obtain tho saxno- by railing nt their officOjCharabersburg Depot, proving property, and paying fur .advertisement. [sept 2Mt S ~ TOBB ROOM AND CELLAR FOR'RKNT—Tho largo 3tore Room nnd Cellar, corni-r Main and WMhineton stroets, is offered for Bent. Fouwjlon given hnmedlatelj. Apply to i «P16 * ji. P. HAZEIET. A DMIK TSTIJATOitS' -N ' O.XfCE.-r XX. &...

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Id=314 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

UNION MASS MEET IN . G 8.— U.iios Stais Commit Rooxi.—«eptrmlwr 9, isii.;. (iOV'ERNOR CCRTIN. In company with distinguished orator* from adjoining St«te*.will addrexa the people of eenii8jlTanla at tho tmies and places named In the following schcdulu: At TOWAXDA, Bradford county, SATURDAY, October 3d. . ' . At BKLLEFONTE, Centre county, VUKSDAY, October Gth. - At YORK. York county, WEDNESDAY, October 7th. At BKAblKG, Berka county, TIIUKSDAY, Octjber 8th. ¦ > - At POTTSYILLE, Schuylkill conhty, FRIDAY, October 9th. ¦ . . At I'lIILADEU'UIA, 8ATDRDAY, October 10th. We have leAsunable hopes' of huTing in tho pending -canvas* the aid of Governor JOUNSON. of Tenuefjee. Governor PI KKPONT. of Virginia. Govcinor URADKORD, of Maryland. JOHN BRUlidH the next Governor of <-hio_ llon.DANIKL 8. DIpKtNSON' .nf Saw-York. Gen. LOGAN, of Illiiioin. Gen. BUTLER, of Ma»BachnsHts, Andmniiy other iltstingwulMMl gentlemen. Including many eloquent advocates of 4ht« Uniuu C-iusfi in i J t...

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Id=343 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

ALliX. K. M CLCRE. | HKNRTf B. STOUBf. iCf'CLURE & S<TO2TEB, " ITX EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS THE FRAHKIillf KEPOSIIOBY. is published every Wednesday morning, on a largo quarto sheet, containing F0K1T-EIOIIT COiUMNS. Printed nn fine paper and new. ' clear type. Terni»: TW0D0LI«i»Hgper annum, IN ADVANCE, or TWO DOLLARS AND FIFIX CENTS, if notpaid iMthin (ft. year, . . - - - «•«„ Bfinisiers of the Gospel, in Franklin'County, are furnished with the RxyuaiTOSY at. 1 }! per nnDum, in advance, ' ¦ Kg- Subscriber?, jesWing out of the Stste ,.m**l pay»trictlv inadvabce, and the paper-Bill in all casst bo discontinued at tfte estpiration of the time for which it is paid. ¦ . • ' . - ; • ADVERTISEMENTS inserted, at 50 cents p»r square of eight nncs for first insertion, and 2S cents per square forfiitch suosequeat insertion.' Allfriwtions of a Eqtjaro ore counted aa a fnll siiunre. Advertisements inserted.by tbe quaTter.hwf yearor year, at a reasonabfti raduetfon. Iho3» inserted...

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Id=337 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

A CHA.NCE TO 3<t^KE MOKEY.. /% Xltc undenigned offer at Vnvatv ^ule, on acciuft wuviating ti-rmB. all that vahiubli- tl: Al'i' UF LAND 8lJO ated iu&l.Thonvu tuwuship, Js'innkHu County, in. 8 milt'uNuith weituf the village if 8.. Tlinnma. U.s»d«d by liuidj of D. Wilson's Uelin, V ui. Fienner, l!nrr. mill uthvrdi coutainiitg - 239ACBES. • ¦ ? . About lifl Acretuftliin Tract me cluait-Unnd in a 6fi» stateufcultiration, the wbulu uf.uhich ban beta tli^foug'nlj limed withliithe last few Te:ir»; th» balaBCB hi heavily net with thriving Timber, 'i'hei e isu Sue l.lninstuiie (jnarry oa tho prMnlsex. \tvm vrljkli a eujierlnr quality of Lime N made. The Improvement* conbiat <J auood, two^toried Log and 1'raiut JHYfclAlNU H0V8W A F1KK HANK IJABX, erefttd lust nunimrx: H Wntnr-Power SAW MILL, aa«n ST.i VH and HIUNUhV. M.'LL driven by a small Stenm JJngiiiE, nod other utceBBUJJ aud convenient buildings. ' The aliovu Property offers great inducements, to pwrchitseniof B«ul...

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

taeal <&m\t SaUs PUBLIC SALE.—'the undersigned Agent ftr the Heirs of Joseph Oiler, dee'd. will offer at ilihllc S.«le, on YTedtictday. the Wh day of Odnixr, 1803, tho SI ANSIOK PAKM, of said dee'd, situated three miles from Waynesboro", on the Mcnticr Gap roadone short mile north of llopewcll Milli adjoining lands of Daniel Hollinjer. Solomon Uarlxlugh and Josiah Burger, - contaialng 160 ACRES more or less. 120 Acres of which i» Limestone Lnnd in a high state of cultivation, thn balance Freestone Land, about 30 Acres of which Is well aet with thriving Timber. The improvements are a largo rmmtfi .ry STONE HOUSK.Biink Stone Barn, SO feet lonjr frame Wagon Shetl, Spring House, Snnituur Hou>o, Wnah Ilomr. Wood Howe, and Carriago Shed, under ono roof. Stone Blacksmith Shop, mid other onthnlldinm. in pxxi n>nair. . Tliero is an OKf HARD of choice Fruit on said Farm, such ii.< apples, penrs. peaches, Ac. There isaoout 12 or 15 Acres of HEaSOW LA.ND ...

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Id=338 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

TRUSTEE'S SALE.—Thoro will be sold nt Public Rule, on the prom'ai», In Qulni y township, nn Thursday the Is/ day <¦ / ' Odphtr, lbKI. th« following Farm^-lato the Kstatc ol Xancj' Myers, oec'd-, \iti - ¦ ¦ ' Jl Tract ' of 100 ACHES and 85 PF.RCAE3 and allowance of Land, adjoining lands'of MinmeLBeaui, tlenry Besore, Lev! Sonders, and Robert McJIvany, on which are ' ertcteda1argetwo»torT stonn BWKLLlJiO HOllSri, Stone Burn, Stone Spring ilom>e, tlirer-.Ten'out Home* at d other bnildings. Tut re is u lluo 'Young Oiilnmi growing on the premisee." About 100 Acrec cleiir bud under wood cultivation. Ibe Timber growing in of tho best. Tho farm is well wntcreil by A*ntietem crtwk, and the-cfltt>e can roach wat*r in all tin; tieldit except un*. Tho road from Chnmbeisbnrjr. to WaynesDoro* piisnes \\m door, and the dwelling is but t )>rn> miles from the latter plare. The land Is of the be»t LIKE 3TONK qnalttj. There Is a running and never failing fonntaiu-i...

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

meal Estate Salfs T)TJBLIC SALE,—Will be sold ' at t PuLlic Sale, on lurtttoti. the 6th. nf October, next, h valuable THREE STORY BRIuK HOUSE, sitnatea on "VVe« Market St.. Chambersburg, liear the diamond, (Ireing No. ii of Franklin Bnlldings,) and formerly th» pniperty ol Jolin LigKett. dee'd. Tho jiroperty is >n good repair, Mid In a gooil aitnation for puWlc business. TERM8:—One-fourth of tho pnrrlmso money on the confirmation of the sale; one-half on the 1st of April uext, (when 1 the deen will be made) and the ballance iu <me year thereafter, with Imprest. sent 9-4t ' T1IOS. J. WHJ0HT. Ailin'r. ' PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. —A fine two story RRI'K HOCSK. In Clnrkovllle, almost new. will be sold very low. thrnare SIX QOOb RO.I5I8 in the hoflse. and alsoa Wnsh Ilumo anfi Ciitem iu the Yard. Knijnlreof . . J. 8. BRAND or J MiutS-lm s C. JI. U0KJ.KTT.: 9Solit«al. j

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Id=326 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

TTALUABLE FARM AT PUBLIC Y SALK.—The underslgued, Es^sjutor of Mnlach! Brind'ejlat-of St.Thomas township, ftcs|d, will offer . at Public Salo. on Saturday, the lOfft day of Octob'r, next. THU MANSIONFAKM olsalddec'd. situate! St. liiomii* township, Franklin County Pn.. about two miles Sonth of the village of St. Thomivt, adjoiulng lands of WUhok's bcirs, John Miller and ..thn.\ contalniug 254 ACREd and allowance of LIMESTONE LAND. This Farm is eligibly altuated with a stream ol RL'NNlNll WATER through It nnd a NEVER FAILING SPRING near ' the house. Tho improvements v*nhibt of & *large two-story Stoue House, a Stotte Bnuk Ba' n, Wng.m hed, Corn Crib nnd other necessary out-' uilriinpf. Also, ttio tenant ITouttosand an Orchard of choice Fruit Trees, such as applw,pears, punches, cherriea. arc. About fifty acres are In good timber ' and ulxut fifty is Meadow ground. Any person wishing to viow the premise* before the da . i of Bile will call on . the sulwcriber residing about ...

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Id=325 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

TTAL U ABLE FAIiM FORSALEIy The undersignedDfTora.at PriviteSile, a valuable LIMESTONK FABJI .eitnated ou the Mereereburg and Hagor»«town ricukfonr miles StfUth of tlie'fomier place, iS the Wt-lKli Run District, containing ONE-HCNDUKD AND NINETY-SIX .ACRESHO of which arochjarwt—iu a high state of cultivation—the balance choice Timber Land. The ConocochfURUe Creek b mnils the Farm oil theN«rtli,and thcro are,two Wells of good Water on tho preinlaea-1-oneattbe Unusennd ouo at thoBnrn Tho Improvemenfa are, a two-story ROtGIl CAST HOUSE, a good STONE BANK BARN- with Corn Crib and Wngoti Shed attached, and all necessary not buildings. ThereiB,aiso fa good OKCn.VRD of grafted Fruit on the premises. If the Farm Is not sold by tho 1st day of October next, it will, on that day, at 1 o'clock, P. M., bo oneredut Public Side. Persons wishing to view tho promises can do «o at nnv time, by calling on tho undersigned. re*idinc thu'ein. SeDt. 2.1863.' J. "WATSON CRAIO.

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Id=335 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

IfA TOr FOR SALE ' ,—Tho under-LIHt.aTO.yi. —4^1). ln»foodst»teofcul»iTaMon. Thi lmprorements good; well vatercs ,l * Ynnne Orchard Beginning to bear. Ideon it unnece«ary to say aot<, Many parson wishin g to pnrch«a« ran •» for hlmselt . U"?? "Jt**^ "boot l^mi" 80Bth.*e«t of Up. ton,-moklin county, P». fiepiOt] JOHN SXOKBR. -

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

BRIEF WAB ITEMS. . The Rebels acknowledge- a, loss of twelve, thousand men, killed, wounded and missing at Chickamariga. - ' Boh Toorhbs of Georgia says he prefers' death on the battle field to union wit!h the North on any terms whatever. Let him take his choice by all means. i The recruiting officers in New Jersey now take aphotograpn of each man as. he is enlisted. The plan brings horrible contortions upon the countenances of bounty, jumpers. • It is a singular coincidence that the Indian name of the river near which Gen.Rosecrans fought his last terrible and bloody battle, that of Chickamauga, -mans "the Stream of " Death." ' ; ' Jeff. Davis offers to Telease all the convicts in the Southern prisons if they will agree to join the rebel nrmy. '-It is entirely proper that .convicted, murderers, thieves,' . and all manner of desperadoes and outlaws should be placed on an equality with the worse than criminal traitors and outlaws who have taken up arms against the Republic. &...

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