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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

mmAm\ mmtUn LOCAL ITEMS Gossip with Our Feiekds.— we arc nn-.tainted by politics. We were, never proposed for an office, never served in any official capacity, lind never expect to. "We have even a holy horror of a politician, particularly an unsuccessful bnei and in the present instance Trash our hands of any intention to meddle out of our sphere. Nothing but outraged humanity could bring us out, and outraged humanity has brought as out. Listen to .our ^tory and judge for yourselves, O, Blaefc Ee^ publicans, and ye too, O, Cop—Democrats. . Thursday was the .great Democratic mass meeting day. We havenothing to say about " the brawny sons of-toil," " the uniterrifled," '/ thosalt . of the earth, 1 ' and all that; nothing to say about the flags and banners," not even of the motto w,bich renders Orrstown immw tarf, ¦ which plnee's that village among the wanders of the world, of the motto that will go doWn-to pqsterity " Kite-ing," the motto which some Ashantee, Dahomey, Benin...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

Col. Montgomery, of, Vicksburg, Miss., and Hon. A. H: Chase, of New York, delivered most eloquent and effective Union speeches from the Court-House steps on Wodnesdayevening last. Col. Montgomery is a southerner, was editor of theWicksDurg Whig, and has.suffered almost everything but death in behalf of the Union cause. His rebuke of Northern dough-faces and copperheads who whine and quibble about slavery was most pungent. Mr. Chase Btumped New York for Seymour last fall, but like a patriot and an honest man, he deserted him when Seymour deserted the cause of the country. Fatal Accident.—A fatal accident, says the Mercersburg Journal, occurred in the neighborhood of Pott3ville, Pa., a few- ' ; days since, which terminated in the, death- of a young wan named Henry Lane, From what w« can understand, his brother Nelson was, for some unknown reason in the act of shooting ' a dog, Henry interfered; when the revolver was accidently discharged, killing him instantly.—Both young men wore...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

Great minds often-utter the same'sentiments, although; thousands of miles apart and as widely different in their situations. Thus the Richmond Enquirer, the 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 part* would be no longer doubtful, should Gen. Lee once more advance on Meade. Let him drive Meade into Washington and he will again raise the spirits of the Democrats, confirm their timid and give confidence to their wavering."—Richmond Enquirer. " vYg must arouse ourselves, and reassert the rights of the slaveholders, and add such Guaranties to our Constitution as will protect his property from the spoliation Of religious bigotry or persecutionor else we must givo up^our Constitution and Union.".—George W. Whnrlwnrd. ¦ . : ' ¦

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

fAs ' old Dejniterat writes us from Ansona, Ohio, orderingtheSEPOSrrOKT sent to him; and saya., - . ... .. . ' ._,; . . "I have always been a Democrat and. vb one yet, but a War Democrat, and 'am. for sustaining the present Administration as tht only hope of the Republic. I am for 'John Brough for Governor of Ohio.in preference to YaUnBdigham the candidate of rebels sotrtb and sympathisers at home." - . Sensible, patriotic Democrat is that mad. and he will find thousands more with bins in both. Ohio and Pennsylvania. A CoPFEttHEAD Governor in New Tori^ refuses to preserve the peace of HewTork wni?e-tle government enforces the draft, and 20,000 soldiers had to be drawafroei the Army of the ' Potomac-&r the purpose.. Lee avails himself of SfeyxaourV p. ioS&redi kindness, strengthen Bragg, and 1 difeatw Bosecrans. ' Vote. fijr. Qurtia t th&: lofai Governor. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

: . Staston, Va.i May 25,1.863. . I \s ' , ,£K . is g THliCOlTNTY OP AUGUSTA •5 will pay to bearer, at the office of the Connty K- Trcgsnrer, ' FIFTEEN CENTS E In bankable onrrenoy when presented in roms j " of Five Dollars. By order or^Coarti __^_ RpBBBT Qxrc, Presiding Justioe. I There, it is off our mirid now, and for thai was a Republican bought. Are we as Republicans to bear this 2 Does hot this prove that tho $ebel agents, assisted by renegade Democrats,.are buying up Republican votes —the money furnished ' in profusion by the South. O, 'thoJTlmes (not the Spirit find Times), O, the Manners * ¦ ¦ . | COjBBECTiojr. —In the heading of the--list of ex!emptionsfrom the.draft published last weok, it should read/row thp 'list to the26th of September, instead of from the 7th to the 19th of September. , . i ; The Votb of 1802.—We give below the vote of Fnmkfin county in 1802 for Auditor General, and also the majorities given in the several districts. On this, vote there will be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

The election of Judge Woodward would give, new hopes to the despairing cause of treasojj.ilt-wonld be lieralded throughout the shattered and daily narrowing domin" ions of treason as avictofy, for tbe rebellion: Vote for Curtin. ' :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

$n®klin Qmnitm NEW YORK The Tillageor Go«toen—Gosbm Batter ¦net Cheese—Duteh Cows—Beanliful Conntry-Seat—Monomenttothe Mom. orj- of tfte Heroes of SUaislab., Ac Correspondence of the franklin Bepcsitory. . • rlfow Yokk, September 29th, 1863. , 3£b. EDiTOBi-r-The departure of summer arid the chilling earnest of winter, experienced during the past week has set back the tideof travel which flowed so freely from the great metropolis daring the " heated term." . - ^ ^ Everyj^swraettoytfibjtiVy teems with retunu&fflf?e;, v »nd th\ eWrniakes the great h«M*4of pafpitate. Wriei«|tf'iSepgnize one anoth er , after a few ;weeks, at moatli| ab-j eafSce " , " and.^he flrsf salutation ^s-^Wher^ nyve you b|ea?— Ho^did you HkcfthB 1 place,/ tfStaJe, &'qf? ¦ ' In whatlwer omnibus, cirv^or. Sshyifcoat yon-may encolinterNew Yorkers^ ora^zens. of 2?e w Yojf'kSeither wing.Brookj: lyjB^rV^Mey Ci$j yo5£ will ' liear. the re^» pective merits of theNwirious waterih gplaces and country...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

A TOUCHING INCIDENT The Pihss records the following touching incident, ishich secured in Philadelphia last week. Itis but one of many evidences Gov. Curtin has met with in every part of <the State, of- the appreciation of his efforts in behalf of the soldierat' ; . ' s The panorama of lifein times Buch as these, is thrillingly Variedintensely enthusiastic, wonderfully&ttractive; and'de'eidedly interesting. In thus speaking,' we allude particularly to that class of.puSlicjnen wno occupy an exalted and proud positionln State or National affairs. Qf this class, .Governor . Andrew G.-Curtin has a prominent' plac&before the people of the State—in fact, we .may trul y lay the world. In his present \our, an incident occurred, that caused the tear of sympathy to start in the- eve of the Governor. ^ He had addressed a large meeting at Catasauqua, in the mountain region. As the tun was fast receding behind the mountain-top, and:casting a long.shade in the valley...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

PHILADELPHIA Cnion meeting—Gov. Curtin—Diligence of the State Contm«ttee—»r. Bro Wilson Ex-Gov. Johnston, " Buckeye Blacksmith, ' 9 Col. Fitzgerald and Franeis J. Grand Stamping for Curtin. Corresifouileiice or Tbe Franklin Repository. e Philadelphia, Sept. SO, 1863. The Union meeting at Concert Hall on Thursday night, was a remarkable demonstration in many respects. Long before the hour of meeting the Hall was densely crowded, except a small space on the platform, which was reserved for a company of officers and soldiers. From a conspicuous position which I occupied, J could see the countenances of the audience to the remotest corner of the Hall, and never have I seen so loyal a meeting composed of such intelligent people. The reading, thinking men were there in full force,, to hear the distinguished speaker announced for the.occasion—Hon. Henry Winter Davis ' of' Baltimore. Whe . n surveying the sea of upturned feces,.! remarked to a friend at my Hde that, judging from the...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

fftili%rg Notices. HS-lDOSAB'TERg, DaPiBTMEM 07 TBB ^USQ(7t:BilMSA, ) Chamberoburg, Septeorber IStb, 1883. if /^ ' EKERAL ORDERS, KO. JL4.— \£JT The RiHowlng ProclamatirJn, by the President i.f the UnltodEtati!3 ,i» published forthe infurmatian and governftionf 61 thts Cifflrmanders of TroopvauuV'Ul c <">- cernedtathisBepiutmeut: ".. ... . W*B DiPiniMiKTWashington City, S«ptembf r 18th, 1863-rO£KCBAI/: I enclose tojjou a ccrBfied eoj>y of th» Presldent't Prpcliuiiutlon. spending tHo Vtelt uf Habran CorfnW, ' ' Yoaivillpleaseaed'tbaiiitis Jcxecutedlu your iiepaKment. Yonrobedicnt serv*t, _ ^- ' (Signed.^ . $»V1N M. STAN SOS, &c'y 6f War. ^ Miijoftjf neral i^tics * N. Coucit, ^ ~ Commandiiii) Department of tiusqut/iartna, -!--. GlMwbcrttr uTfr.&ntaar-Head Qtmriem, DEiP f iaTMssT oVibe StisQnEBAaxA, l Chamborsbufg, Pa., September 18, lSoti f . OffldalS-B. N.COCCU, Major General Cbmihaiiciing. ', TJK1TED STATkS OF A JIEHIC4, Di!PAnT5JW ' l 01 SMTH....

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

^. 'GEICULTUEAi m&&MSKT Philadelphia, ' ¦ ' /. \ Manufacturers uf tius. J S • Premium Farm Gtfst aii., v-k*" ' . Horse Powcrsaud ThreshersC «- ^. Clrcnlnr Saw Machines , "^ . -.. C"rn Slieljers, ; . . "' ¦ > -. Grain Fiats,. ¦ "-¦' ¦ •' I Cultivators, " e-\ ' i - -. Harrows, :~ r PIOWB, _ " _»nd erery vnrtety\of nppro*r4d " -iv AgrlcnlturalIrobfemenHr Send far Circular and address . WM. L. BOYAgU BRO, ttUjt^tO-lj. f~:~\ Philadelphia. PREMIITM FAKM GEIST MILL The only reliable Fwmer's Qi fat MilR ' . Is niniple, durable and efllcfent. . .' ¦« \ fteift « Mlfelnds of grain mpidly.' ' „ ' - ¦ Is adnpted to Horse Powers. "*' Every FivrflieF«llou ' ld have one. .t tjmco nn'odorate.' -^ t *m4/««a(SS:rlptlve Circular and address "' " WM. L. .B9YER * BBO, Agricultural Implement SIprinlHctnrora. Sixth st. and Gornmntown Avonne, Philadelphia. fuW16. '63-6m. » pORN SHELLERS! T" \j ~ • ¦ ThccelebmtKl READING'S PATENT CORN §HELLER and Separator and Cleaner, for Jlorao...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

PRESENTATION TO THE WIFE OF - - «EN. ROSECRA.VS. ¦ J ' The friends and neighbors of Mrs.,Bosecrans, who is now at the residence of her brother, Mr, Hegeman, in Lev-'ellyn Park, near Ndw York, presented^he^; ,a few nights ago, a magniffcattt ^ wreath of flowers,, .The gardens surrounding were ^ brillifKffly illuminated. Mr. Theodore Titton. of the Independent, presented the wreath, as follows: Friends and Neighbors : I am request--ed'by fie residents of LewellynPark to offer " "to Airs. Kosecrans, in their name, and with ¦ their good wishes, this gift of flowers, .to be a memorial of ,-^hat must be ever ^de ' ar to a true "and loving wifer^the honor in- yhich her husband is held by his countryme ' n, for services to his country. Mingled with the fragrance of these .flowers is an incense of rememhiance, floating in upon ail our'mirids,, of Rich Mountain, of Corinth, of Iuka, of' MuTfreesboro, of Chattanooga—fields whore s - on every flower has been crushed by the soldier's foot, e...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

> AN ARKANSAS LOVE LETTER. The following tender and poetical epistle 13.from an Arkansas girl tohor "lovyer" in the Confederate array. It w:n p icked up by one of our soldiers on a . battlu-fkld at ths . West, where the rebels, had been defeated, and is a genuine production. Itis rendered' doubly interesting fr-om the fact that ono docs not perceive that it runs into poetry till after a little study, and the surprise when the rhyming word is discovered is very pleasant. It is no wonder the Southern soldiers •re unfitted for flghtinj and are always defeated now-a-days' if they receive letters of this kind to any great extent: <• MADUSON, Arkansas, - •' ' Co. afMudusons. Ml Dkar Mi lov Mi Dearest Dear it is with great pleasure that 1 take the pleasure ef writing.you a-few sweet lines i feel at a lost to no how to .explain mi love to you i love yous so well O whntshal i do'the " girls all think so much of you thiit i dont no hurdly what to do tha^r» alwis a.nockin abo...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

TtTANTED IMMEDIATELY.— f f An Aniiiani MiOar , who is well qnotlfled-for tho position, and of good character. No others iieed apply. . A. ROSS KAY & BKO.. nept23-<(t* Arlington MiB»*aeorKetown.D.'C. WAJN TED—An Apprentictto leara -the TtNNISG business. Snijnire at the Hi poalloBT Office. ^ sepS-tf 33oafc8 anU gtationnm NEW STOEE!—WATS0N.& SON have opened at their Store Kootn, On the NorthwuittCorner of the Diamondopposite Franklin Hall, Chainbemburg, Pa, an entirely new stock of goods, consisting of BOOKS of aluiust every description. Stationery of all kindsEnvelopes, Steel Pens, Ink, &c. Afso a large assortment of WALL RAPER, WINDOW BLINDS, various prices, and agreat variety of NOTIONS AND FANvJY AUTICtBS, Pictnree, Vans,"Vases, Ladies, anrt Sllssea Baskets, ic. Jiiiicv Soap and Veritanery. Abo a good Assortment of Worsted, Shetland Wuol, &H. and a great varloty of goods too numerous to Insert to which iheylnvito the ntlontion of. the Pn...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

-* lEtsccllanwus, UN IVEESAlTciioTHES^wim^ ,GBK. * . ~" -No. 1. Laroe FAattT Wmsan. :.; 410 00 No. "-. JlEMUV do do 7 00 No; 2\$. do do do ;..„. 6 00 Xo ' . 3. jmm.l do do 5 60 No.. S. I,.\pr,r. Hotei do- .-.... ' ..„„ 14 DO No. 18. Mcmum LSunbht do . (to run steam) 18 00 Nu. 2i.I.AivOB . du do- -\ -orhand. |J SQMXT N'us. 2 Yi anil 3 havo no Cogs ' . All others a: o warranted. No. 2 in the size generally nseil in private families. ORAXQEJum), of tho American, Agriculturist,t»y»aC ' UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGEE: "A child can readily wrlnc out a tubfull ot clothes In •i few niiniiti-s. It is in reality a CLOTHES SAVEK! A TlJlK SAVKR! and a STUKNGTH SAVER! The savins of gurnwnts wijl aliine pay fl l^rgetper centage on its cost. Wethiuk tbe machine much more than PAYS KOK ITSELF KVBRY YEAR in the saving of garment*! Tlieie arewveralkindu, nearly nllkelnRcnoi-aVQonBtructioh. but we counider it important that tho Wringor be fitted with a>gi>, otherwise a mam of garmcints may ...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

T> E5IOVAL.—From 433 Market St. l\ to tho lame Iron BuiHihg 513 Market and 610 Commerce Streets. Mart Good* than any TToiirr. jn Vie Unitrd Stale*. A. H. FRANCISCUS, 613.MARKET & 510 COMMERCE STS, Keeps the Largest Stock in the Ualtod States of Buckets,Brooms. Tubs. Churns, Baskets, Brushes, Mnts, Measures ¦ Cioctis. lA>okin-^;iiiBBfs. OifCioths and Carputs. Wtnrtow Shades and l'aper.. Jiim ^,a".es, oni.Hn rtmt,-lud A':,ij,». Aisu. \^*,itor. liuTtin';, Wnadiu^, TwinesWickins. Kopes.m Coi' j and Dozens, Cotton Yarns, Cotton uud Ltnen CarpetMrhain. Onr Prices will averago Lower thnn any other House In thin city. Call and see for yourselves. For further purlieulars apply to 8. S.PHRYOOK, Chambersbnrg. • • - -. . rsent.23 HAV INGr TAKEN MR. CHAS. H.CRESSLERiumyDrug ' Zstauilriiment as a poxtuer, I respectfully tender my thanks to the many ' friends owl patrons of my Drag Establishment for their, liberalityand confidence, in aUowiugma to supply tliem witn'medici...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

&tfi!# T AtfDEETH'S. |_i AnRJtmt.TURA.li IMPLEMENTSAND SEED WAREHOUSE,. 21 and 28 South Sixth street, Philadelphia; Datjd Lasbmth A So»Pjjiprietors of Bloomsdni*, - which coutains near four hundred acres . In high tilth, levoted to the production of Oabdbs Sims, are now prepared to snpply Country Merchants, Druggists 8nd ill others who deal in Seedswith Urge or small quantities, by the ponnd or bushel,and also In papers tnaJo ready tor retailing. . ..Xlie .Establishment represented by Eatid Laotlretfc ft -on,has been fonnded nearly % of a centnry. The wide spread popularity, nod the demand,' ncrofuiottfrotu Tear tovear. for - -¦ ' ' -. LANDRETITS WABREHTED . - GAKDE2T SEEDS ¦fevldencs of the high Yniac entertained fcrthem by the public. - i Landreth's.Oarden Srcis are not only favorably re">fved throughout the ffiMon.bnt are shipped to many. '«relgn ports: IndeedIt may be stated -with national irido that they coma inwactive compotiHon with ilnplfOi.>eed...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

A Nohle DE'ED.—Many of onr townsmen doubtless " noticed a tall, fine looking soldier, with his left leg off , limping through our streets last ' week, on crutches.. That brave fellow lost his leg over a year ago in defence of his flag. Ho is n Buckeye and, ha3 been a prisoner in Dixie foi- nearly a year. He tells us, and we were pleased with his earnestness; that after his release' ha was sent to tho hospital at Harrisb ' urw, which was shortly afterwards Visited, by "" Governor Curtin: The Governor talked with each patient, and flnal-r ly came to whero the Buckeye was ' lying, and heard a, recital of his adventures. Next day he called agaib, arid presented the wounded man a beautiful cane, with hisinitials engraved on the handle, and on departing; thrus^ a' fifty dollar greenback into the Boiaier's hand, remarking that all he had was not miich, but what little he had.he would share with his soldier friends. With tears in his eyes, the soldier concluded with '.'May, G«d-bless Andy...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

atmitultural T\ STROCK r ltANTJFACTUBEB J/. Ot AGBICULTCBALiaPLKMENTS.—Sbopon wiitor Street, betrteen Qneen »nd Washington, Ctiatubenborg. i*A. - V. ~,- "" ¦ '.-.-.' -WAGON MAKISGl-ia»vl»s connected with his MB »nd Rake Factory that of Wagon-Mtikinir, an<4.1i»i1iig employed one of the best practical Wagon-maken in tha omaty.befeeU confident in assuring Farmers, and otbeMneedln^thtsltlnd orwo rk,"»hat he is prepared to rcnto *n?re satisfaction to all rtowy leave their oroen. 1 au ¦wotS. entrusted-.to Jilra -»lll tie promptly and If; Sot'nwOTareluv1te*t5«an,g.vehini» triS? kbA S'tjuowortb oftheirmoney. ¦ B LACK8M1THISGI—H e alsocorriea on the BUck-™™°?'*°4 employs n skllimi workman, who is able to d»aH kinds of StaltUIng which is required ft* W«gon»> OtrSf-SPRlKo GRAik AND HAT RAKB. Hoconti»u« tp..c«tBtRt5t hla unsurpassed Pttented flnui-Sprinilf Grain and Hay'Rake. ' * '* ' ' **" % { ? S ad Coanty B ?S°'» r»r sale; " :~ , June IT,'63. I . j, D.STH00E.

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863

UMantg "SoO. - $150. AGENTS WANTED.—Liberalin; ducements to Canvassers for *tbe sale ef the OKLBBRATED COTTAGK $12 SEWING MACSKN&i I wishto engage an active Agent in every Connfy In the United States anil Canadas, to travel und fntri ' idace my N1OT CHEAP, FAMILY SE^fNG 5IACHINE. Th!sM.i4hineposaosse8 more than ordinary merit la Jus patented with valuable improvements, and acbnowledg ed to be unsnr]infeed for genenil utility. A limited number of rospoitsibts Agents ate wanted;-ttt solicit orderj, ^o whom a salary lrom " • " ' -, " ' , .-- < ¦¦ S50 TO $160 PER MOyTSAXp BZPEtfSJES will be paid. For conditions ondfoll particulars address wltliatan;p for-return jwstage. ' ~ [ t,.«ACCOM, ' anielMm . ,, Box 2768, Boston Mass.

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