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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Woodward "has made a spceeh and said —just nothing! The Democracy got up a band and a crowd recently in Philadelphia to serenade Gen. M;'CIellan and hear him make a Woodward speech: but the Genera', being opposed to making war upon his country's cause at home, was not to jbe found, although in the city. The band and crowd then called upon Judge Woodward, and received the following • lucid speech. We give it entire as reported in the Democratic papers-: . ¦ "I have been honored-by.the call of taiy fellow-citizens . , but the call being an unexpected one. and having'just returned from the Horticultural Fair, feeling tired- smd worn out, and for this'reason you must] excuse me for not addressing you. If I should be elected Governor, I -would then feol'itmy duty to address you .upoiupolitieitl qu<>stk>ns, and then I will express my opinions in a language to be understood. Until that time, comes I must bo-excused. _ I thank you fcr the compliment. I bid you good ...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
The Pittsburg Post announces that Gei.i Geo. B. McClellan will speak at the Woodward mass meeting to be held in that city; to : day " . He is announced in the advertise^ nient of the meetiug as one of the speakers] and the JFW publishes, aii extract from a letter saying "McClellan wilt''.bo with you at your mass meeting." ' Will the: Post Th kind enough to forward us 1 an extra !at thf earliest possible moment with Gen. McCleli lan's speech in favor of Woodward? W< have several blind people here whom w< pledge to read that address whenever ii corns!. Send it along Hv-Post—it ! will U capital for sore eyes l If he should happen not to attend and not'to sjteak for Wood ward, the Post will oblige the public bj mentioning incidentally, ithat Gen. McGlel Ian was promised and posted to the Democ«- racy of Western Pennsylvania " without any authority whatever. We expect next 1 toj see the editor of the Repository posted \A soma distant part of'thO'State to speak at a Wood...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
The Equinoctial storm comes regularly about once a year, and with it usually comes some silly political speech or- letter from Hon. Jere S. Black. Sometimes he writes letters to the "bouncers" of Philadelphia on the Constitution; sometimes he writes essays against popular sovereignty,*! and sometimes he makes speeches. Thisjyear ha clouds his fame with a speech principally devoted to Holland rats and long exploded calumnies against GpT- Curtin. He revamps by cowardly inuendo all the reckless newspaper charges made against Governot Curtin, in. the face of the most conclusive ' testimony of his own sworn . .party friends' that tliey are false. If Jei'ry must-make sriecches why don't sotoiebodytclF him the truth? Billy McMullin would ; b"lush jto be reputed the author of Jerry 's malignant insinuations. If ever the courts get politic ail jurisdiction, we shall sec to a committee for Jerry at th^s first term. .. Until than, " he will take a friends advice by not attempting so awkwar...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
THE DAY—THE PUTT. . Loyai men, of -whatever party, your bleeding Country appeals to you to discharge yonr holiest duty as a citizen on Tuesday next., Tho vo$,e -of Bennsylvania will determine t&o life or death of tjhe Republic. It •capnet live if the powers , of tht* great States are thrown into faithless hands —it cannot die if the people declare by the election of positively loyal Executives that it, must be preserve^ fbr ourselves and posterity. Either treason or loyalty must triumph at the next election. We would gladly state the issue; -otherwise-if truth could sanction it. If Judge Woodward shall be chosen Governor,, it will send'a tfu'ill of joy. .throngBftit the^desolated l&hd of traitors, Theyhope and appeal for his success. '— Their GeiiefiBiar^caUea bpon toiexepute campaigns so . dp to. "raise ^ the Spii-its of the DemocratSj confirm jtoe timid and give confidence to the hvavering" by driving the war-worn yetrans of the Army of> the Potomac ...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Woodward declared in 1S38 that foreigne rs should not be allowed to vote orh'old office. -Now, to receives foreign votes, he is opposed to" extending the'period of naturalization. In 1S38 he declared iu favor of the Abolition of Slavery—pow he courts traitors ty declaring slavery to be divinely ordained- Bully for Woodward—vote for ¦Curtih! ; ' ' - " ¦ ; ' GFN. Lee isinstFacted by the Richmond JEhoittrcrto move into Pennsylvania "with ," the hands of our (his) soldiers untied" so that they may practice "» ^ systematic and "organized retaliation and punishment," because it would "strengthen the D4mo »*»•/"' "Lorefs of treason "wiB tot6*for Woodward—loyal m6nfor Cnrtin. . . . . THBelectiouof the Unipn ' State ticket wilt i give the last hope of. morderoua trai torsadeaffi^blow. Vote for Curtnv ¦ .
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Gen. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, wrote a letter to ,the.Union State .Convention,of Indiana declarlngforthe Union party against .jfche Democrats; Gen. Geo. W. Cass; of Pitt^burg, a candidate for the Democratic jnoniination * far Governor, " against Woodward, wrote a letter recently : in favor of the Deuiogratie 1 ticket, of course. - Tho Copperhead papers now publish. " an- extract; from the ] ||bf-of ' .Cten, :Geo. W. ' Cass ,/ without signature or date, - ¦ and' attempt to pass it upon the .people as from Gen. Le)ffis ¦Cassj ' to show.that their,old National lender has not deserted'them. The Age .tried - it on—wi|l it retract ? -We look for the Spirit and the Richmond Enquirer t<y have.iih,e same falsehood in due season., - Whatnoit?
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
npUBLTC SALE.--(Theundersigned I linvlnjr determined to remove Watt, will sell by Public Sale, (withont resstre) tit his residence in lou-' don, on' IVedncsdaifc Ute Mh frovtmber. 1863. the follow. in(t Personal rfoperty. vfe : 1 good Family HORSE, four jcarsoM; 1 goal Milch Cowj 1 one-horse -Wagon and I?cd; I two-horsa Woson and Bed; 1 two-Itorao Bed with Sows': I pair two-horse Ifay Lidders ; 1 one-horse Sleich; 1R00KAWAY CARRIAGE: 1 Spring-Wagon; 5 neta of 6in?ie Hnrness; Double and/ Singlo Trees; 2 1.0; Chains ;lCntting-Box; 1 JackSfrow; liCrowliar, Alsoa lot of P.0PI-AU and OAK LUMBKR. 4 long nnd 26hort Ladders; 1 Blactomitli's ViceSpades, Shovels and^icks; i Bark Spadei; 1 Cross-Cnt Saw ; 1 large i'a^nt Bee Palace an( i Bees. Also, t% larpe variety of HODSEUOLD TORNtTCRfraiia Kitchen UtoLsilR, viz: 6 Bedsteads; 3 Bureaus; 2 Wash'Standa; 2 Comer ' Cupboards; 2eight-da\ Clocks; 1 Parlor Stove; 2 ten-plate ^ roves; 1 Cooking * ctovoT 5 Meat Twscls; Cider Barrels' :tnd Kegs...
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Hon. James M. Hopkins presided at the great Union meeting at Lancaster on Saturday last He was the Democratic candidate for'Congress against Hon. Thaddeus Stevens recently. ' , ' , • . ; The Union ConveAtions-of Franklin and Fulton passed the strongest: resolutions in favor of paying all military damages suffered bpour, people, outof the State Treasury. Vo ' teifor Nill and Gray. The President has issued a ' proclamation setting apart the last Thursday of November asadiy of Thanksgiving and Prayer and Praise. We shall give the proclamation in our nest . issue. : . ' Serving a term of . faithful and honorable service in " the field with our gallant volunteers does hot unfit a man for the responsible duties of Assemblyman. Vote for Lieut. Nill. Horton voted to refuse the use of the Hall of Representatives to those two old Jackson Democrats ' , Govs. Johnson and Wright, because they wanted to speak- for the " Union. Vote for Gray. Evert position of honor and profit on the Union t...
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
. -Hon; HeisteeJCltmeb irf bisspeech" at Mifflmtowu became excessively indignant because of " the enormous outrages perpetrated upon that great, good, nobje and high-toned man Geo. B. M 'CIellan," He forgot to toll his hewers that this "great, good, noble and hig h-toned man" is earnestly desirous for the election of Gov.Curtin. .I.Gex. Leb has not turned "politician," as demanded fey the Richmond Enquirer, and invaded Pennsylvania to plunder. , her people and make them vote the Copperhead ticket. Hopeless as is his cause, he regards that of the Copperheads still more hopeless, and he falls back in good time to stand from under; Vote for Curlin. . In 1861, after^Slavery had hurled sis States out of the Union, Judge Woodward apologized, for tretison and declared ^ that Slavery "is divinely sanctioned if not di vinely ordained." If so then must the rebellion and this desolating war bV divinely sanctioned in behalf of traitors. Vote the Union ticket. - ' . TuE. candidates for R...
Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
A DMINISTRATpifSNOTICE.— J^\ Xc-lin-it-herelty given that 1.otters of Aihi'in'siiatinn <n Hie I:«ta1n i>! Thilip Cnsetnan. l^t" nf tlie P .iramh i f (. 'hauibcriihuRt.dec ! ii. * liave I'een jrranti-il to tl.i' uiiilei>.ici!«d residing in K:i;dB»n>tJi:h. All rer«nuji knowing thoniselves iridebtrd to saiil 1^- tatewill pk'i'j-e make immeiliate payment: mid t!to-5» h.lvtmr ol lilii- v.il' pr^ent them properly HUMifntit alert f..r.-ittlimi-iit. [i>ct.7V JOHN CASKMAN". A'lmr. PUBLIC SALE.—The unclorsi-r,,. *»'I. Guatdi.in nf (he .minor children of Hiinniel tellert j latt; of St. Thonuw'dtVd. will effer at Public ?»U>. <mi tin-1«remises ch^SatTtrdaii, ?Ath (lay nf October, a LOTOF'iiP-GLirXD. MtuateinSt.Thotnas. Im\in«tl»eieon urertrti a two-otorj Log an»I Fmnip D\VKt>I,rN' (r n^USK, .inil Fjrtnif'i'arpciiteri'hop nnflothor hniIcVnj*9. >"alf,t<i rmnujpiicii utrl o'cK>ck. 1'. 3I-/nn caidilay.'wliui nttetuhnce...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
The Union, meetings everywhere have been well attended, and the Old Green Spot will . be herself on Tuesday nest. The Union camp-fires bum brightly in every district. One charge along the whole line, boyg, and the victory will be for the Republic! The Richmond Enqxiirez calls upon Gen. Lee.to''<fme.JWaw7s into Washington and he tcill again mix the spirits of the Dpnocrdfc, conjii-m. the timuh and gice confidence to the irnvfring!' Loyal men! vote the Union ticket: ' • t The tifiritsays that "severalcompanies of soldiers sent invitations to the-speakers (Democratic) to address them 1 ' near'JVaynesboro. All right—hope the speakers did so, and that they advised all the soldiers to vote! Did they do so ? j ' il -KMMBMZ-i'l- -¦-'-¦-¦^PTt ' " Wji. B. Eked and Jeff. Davis; the Philadelphia Aye and the Riehfnond Enquirer; C. B. Duncan and Roger A. Pryor; the Chattanooga Rebel (now on the wing) and the Volley Spirit, ' are all for Woodward's election. Yote'for Curthi. J Becalse...
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
j3,c\» ^tibertisemeHts. . HEi\t> QUARTERS . PBOVOST MlAKSIIAli. ;Wx(«n/?i Diftribt. Pennsylvania, Ch.imt)er>l>uric. ocuil'er 5t 18fi3.—5)"e Drafted M'U <'f Atinrimnnd ii«it>mlC3uniie» wlin (niied to attcriil npo'i tin- Uimniuf tli'in.-lliiient at thptiine tber wur« notifti-d to by prf?eiit. v. ill rtyH>rt theni^elves within tea days ftora thirt^lnt«. or \>v sahjeet to nrrest fla dAm>rtt:rti. Bv order urthv-lluard - GEO. EYSTKB. o cf* i rapt, k Vro.Mnr. .'Iftli Dist. Pratia. /"THHE PRINTER'S DEVIL."— I Tliin haiuWomc Ulustrato4 litirary anil nik-cllaneuus I'ain'Ij- l'nper. wJM be sent on trial Sjx Munt. ' iff fur twenty-five cents.-X" $3- Di'i't rail tr> f end for it. nfc this chance mar never occur again. Address ' PRINTER'S DEVIL. oct'-'A* , 112 Tulton street,X.w Yi»rt. (Pleiisfstuteinwhat jiajier Jon saw this advertisement.) A DMIXISTRATOE'SNOTICE.— J3i_ Notiveis-Iiervb .v given thnt Letters of AdininiitiHtum on tl...
Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
WM. BEVf,RR, J»; I CHAS. H. 0EXS8LBB. ' HEYSEE & CEESSLEE, GRADUATES IN PHARMACY, ' - ¦ DE.UIR8 IM • DRUGS . CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, &c. - > CHAUBERSBURO, PA. PURE DRUGS. Knowing the importance to'ihe Fatientas well as to the Physician, to havo pure reliable Medicines^ we make onrpurchases from first-clais Houses. AH our Tinctures, Syrups, Fluid Extracts, Pills and other preparations are inado by ourselves,and every article examined before it iS sold.' ' — CHEMICALS. ' ; . We buy our Chemicals from the best manufacturers in the country, and are satisned they .are pure and of fall strength. We hnve.a constant supply of PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS, . . - PATENTMEDICINES. We havo constantly on blind all .the standard Patent Medicines, and warrant them genuine. •FAMILY DYE COLORS. Black, Blue, Groen, Scarlet, Magentor,' Drab, Brown, Slate and many other colors, with directions tn»* «ny one-can color by, for IS and 29 cents. • KEROSENE LAM^S AND OIL, Shades and Chimnl...
Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
SHERIFF'S SjALES.—By virtue of sundry writs of ccn<2i(ion>»p07ia<,JsEnedontof the ufiart of .common Picas of franklin county, Pa., and to me directed there willbe exposed to Public Sole, at the Court Ilouse.in the Borough of Uhambersburg^.on Fririay. 0u.«3d of October r lSWatl o'clock, P.J1, thejollowing deRcribedHeal Estateviir ¦ • All that lot uf ground situate in tbe village of Concord, Fannett twp. adjoinining lots of Jas. Wilson on die East, 8. Hoekeo bury on the West, W. Little on the South and tlioToailontheNorthi with »two story Jjog ffoutp. Log Shop, and Log Stable thereon erected. Seized and taken in execution as the property of James F. Gamble. Also—All that half lot of ground, situate in the Borough of Chamiiersburg, fronting on Main Street, adjoin-¦nglotsof Ueo.Stallon tho SouthW. Chambers on the West, and Mrs. Harris on the. North, with a 1 % story Brick House thereon erected. Seized and taken in exo-:uti»na3 the property of Frederick Koblor. . ....
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
' ' The ordinary expenses of the State Goyeminent have been leks during the term of Gov. Curtin than at any timev during thjs last twelve years. ' Vote for Curtin. *" |. Vallandigha^i voted against giving our brave soldiers shoes, clothing, pay or fooij. He is endorsed' by Woodward. Vote fpf Curtin. f ' ¦/' j There is but one oldsoldier^on the Democratic ticket, and he'was dismissed from the service. Vote the ;Unioni ticket, i Curtin has reduced the State debt over one million two hundred lihousand dollars during the last year. jVote for Curtin. | Vote for the Old Flag—to • give it new triumphs—to shield it from dishonor.-sr Vote for Curtin. I J Every State that had a Democratic Governor seceded in 1861.! Vote for the loy-al Executive—Andrew G. Curtin. ¦ ; I——jM—W— ! Vote early, Union men, and then see that eyery loyal neighbor of yours votesals!o
Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
rpilE FKANKLIN JL CLOTU1SO EMPOllira NEWEST STYLES. LARGEST ST ' OCK-CHSAPEaT PRICE. The undersigT'ed can assure tUa Public, and defies successful contradiction, that hia recent purchases iu the Eastern clttea enables him to offer one of the largest and most attractive stock of . CLOTHING Jbr the FaU and Winter Seatmnf ISflS-i to be fonnd in any similar establishment la this section. Every v&-H * tyOf \ajATS, Cai PANTS, AM) TESTS, Made In the very best stylo and at the lowest prlecs. , GENTLEMEN'S PCBNISIUNG ^ GOODS, Such as Shirts, Drawers, CollarsCravats, Neck Tics, IlandkercbJefijAc, 4c. Special attention is called to this Department. . • CUSTOMERS' ORDERS.- f would invite an examination »f my Stock ofEIno Cloths, Kessortnerj , Testings, 4c, which I manufacture upon special orders. \ _ r\ SPECIAL NOTICE. . I Tf oold b~ cg to Bay that my Goods are manufactured under my own supervision and by the -very b«st workmen. My present Btocfe Is the moat extensive I have yet had...
Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
PUBLIC "RALE OF/VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.—Ii> piirsuanco of an order of the gipnans' (Mu-1. a\u\ in yii nit' ^ thelast will and testyinentof RobertC.McFaibind.-.the subscriber will sell i.t Public i-ole. on the prcnusui. on Saturday, the 24(/i toy of Octotie.r, the lollowirij; described Real Estate, sit atcd in Peters and Montgomery townships. Frankl'u county, late the propci ty oT-RobertC. aud John McFmlanddee'd, viz: I'art 1,,Containit.it 143 \< RES of firsi-rite L.'A'P, adjuitiingnnds of A ' ditu 11 iks, C. l»nA;rbit"tn. Bi.ii>- ley'a heiis and ofhui.-*. v. it It Jargo and commodiotia BUILDINGS i.f all lirnl* nqiiired^nftfa rn i, with goid J ORCHARD, Well and Ituu liiig'water nnar tho ijpiir. About 20 Acrea of this tmci ii itno MEADOW and som« >uperior TIMBER. ... I'art 2, containing 10'2 A'T-ES of LAND offhesam' t ijuality, adjoining luiids-of liip Hon. James Buchanan, Mvei's hefrsand part I. ' Part 3containing 'C9 Al'VESmostly BOTTOMLAttt) and much'bf ...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
REPORT OF THE MARKETS Philadelphia Markets. . . ' Philadelphia, ' Oct. 5, 18.03. Flour—Sales compriso about la'JO bbU in lots at §Gf'i)li 25 for old stock nnd Into made western and ' extra i ' umily, and §G ' 87} for hisxh grade Ohio-do, including 5U0 bbls city mills "" family ut $ti oOjybbl; the scales fo the trade arc moderato,twithin tha range of $5^i> 525 for superfine, and §5 50@,6 for extras, $G@7 for extra ' family, and 37 60(«$ 6ff$ bbl for fancy brands,,as in quality. Rye Flour is scarce and wanted at $5 ; 25, and Corn Meal quiet at $4 for Pa. and 54.75 for Brandy wine. - Wheat—Sales of 6000bushels to note, for milling, at $1 40©S145forreds, the latter for prime new Penna. and southern, and 51 60 to 51 70 for white, as in quality, Uye-^ 1800 bushels sold at $110. Corn —Sales of 1500 bushels prime yellow at 95c. Oats command 78c, weight. . ¦ ;
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
PEACE BY COMPROM5SE. . In a late speech delivered by Alex. K. McClure, at Norristowni he thus discussed ^ question of Peace by Compromise: i Peace by, compromke'! ' It would be the denth-khell of our liberties—the last dviing throe of tbe Republic. [Applause.] With -whom and'for what, are we to compromise ? Are we to .meet over the graves of our mnr-¦ tyred dead, shake hands with the relentless authors of this wide-spread , withering dejsclation, and treat for the life of the Republic? JCrks of never! never ! ] Would the man assaulted with murderouspurposeinhi'S home thus treat with the assassin over the mangled bodies of his household god. ? Would the parent thus treat with a'child that struck with deadly aim the'fratricidal blow,'arid mjike peace by concession ' tb mingled robbery and murder ? Fnends|-coautrymen, it cannot be! [Prolonged applause.] ' ; There can be no peace save over the grave of treason. [Tumultuous applause.] It must die if tbo Republic would live; and if ...