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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
A VEEY CURIOUS BOOK.—Just Publlsned. " 'Hysterics tyLiftDtiitli and Fulurii), by Horace Welby.;i«ne-YoUl;!hio.,«lath,handsomely printed with on emblematic fronjispiej^i , Price $1.50. It It difficult to givoflny iidcqnato ' jffea of the Varied and curious topics ofwhjcjxthis.eialnently interestingvolumes treats. It' Is !» " TalnaM" array «f tlie best - thoughts, impression^'nndj btUtfsi of the mo8t-distincnslieainindson tlicplii!nom'iin!i.ofLilo, Deithand Futurity; it isruc' h a,^iinjm<japlace.bonk as some thoughtfal-tlivine might h.we compiledand in its thou*audand one refei uqces tp the «&rks nnd opinions ofourbcrtond' greatest writers is^iot inferior. as,nh interesting literary cutiosity, to Uio famous '-Anatomy it Melaucholj*.' 1 , • ' a From, tht iBojfon Transcript. "TBe/wnrit ¦before! n» by Jforade 1 Wolby gives' the ' following opinions, beliefs nndpnperstftions which history nnd literature affofiiln'anyiiniranor pertaining to what max.be callcl.the.myster...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
BA .yiD M- EIEBB, UHDERT&i KER, SECOND STXKBT. BETWEEN UARAfcT AND QVSSN,.CHAMBBHSHURaPA., 'nittend^ to. the business in.all its various -branches. Pai^- ticnlar attention ' paid to Laying out, DrpMinc ic. Uavinp the odrontaKO of a largo custom,and of buying iis siocfe cheap for caah', Eo cau furn&h COFFINS . OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOlf; at lower rates than any other cstxbifshment in town' <* county. He does not as' n Chair Maker offuf nia sorticM, bulks en- j tTndirtdl'fr' * of:jifltcn ytar* r experience ill the husinat." Persons requiring tho service* of nnPndto biker for their families or iriciids, would -find it materially to their advantngo to give bio a lea 11. ' , . -' < He is also prepared to* preserve bodies during thesuinmer months; any lengthy of tlmo. Hating purchased thij exclusive right tb'uiB; ¦ " " . . Snider 1 s Jrapiwed-Sfethidof Covering Coffins, he is thereby ennbleil ^rejurnisn o Buos Covebed CorriS at an exceedingly low. rate. And also...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
MEW CABmET-^AEE RO OMS, ±_% The•undorBrgnod-respectfal j- emnoBnces to 1 tb« cjtin»nsof Chiimbershjirg, and vicinity, that h« has takes the Rood)3 immediately BujDliiiDjr tho office of Dr. Sntwserott.ou Main streeWwhcraho Intends to manufacture every diacription' oi'"• .°- ¦¦-.• ¦ . . ¦• - . -=- , ' OABI-N-ET^WARE^ ¦' "' ' ; " Sucb as ^(ifas, P^rtorSTableaV-i I Comnion Burea^* ' Wuiliolien, ¦ iSreakrast .do, • I Dresstog doi.,,,-now style, . Dirxlng:-'do. I Safes, Sinks, -^'f -Iwnnges,' ,_, JBopfe-i&aes,,, fWashStands, J Rocbing;Clia>s,.. SccretariM,-, ,I Bedsteads,4c.? Fine4?ar. do. - - ' OofSes Hbrsi, ne* siyle._ ¦ ] All work' constructed V i/nVia.warmrited,fronv,tfci flnrtt £o£« down %o tto inostcommbnjjork. • . - j "' _ • . ..;.k . . iQim^im. ^ > ¦ ' ¦ - ' ' 4 : Pnrtlcnlar attontlonwilLj»!aeiTen;to tho making kt Coflina if any'desired ' sryle^-Cloth, Walnut or Cherry.) ¦ tSS.Kpmembers when you buy your. Jurnitnrfi IniiS!" DAVID W. ; GBOSSMA' NV you are ee...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
, l^W^STO^BH^ATSOKi &'S.ON: 'lj% 'bivoopenddatttieif 8toraEo«m.on tlip Norta.-,woat Ck)rwrf<itthtt - .I!iamond r :oi)poliit8 TrankUn, Bail, .Chambershurg, I?** aij,«nfirDlv . new.atodc p f.^oddj, icpnaistJng ofBOOKapfalmost every Jescrlptfon. - J»-. •tlonety of. all birfdK jSirtelopes; 8tfieI'Peti%j^Uk,' Scl Also ft large, asaortmont ot WAtt £A?EB; ffl^QW BUHDS.^oApriceaVataft'greattolei^raOTOONS ^NDyANUY AWnSL& i Hctnree,y»nSi. >aB(«,.lJa63g5,-ajKf'JIisaea Ba«ets.V4c, tancv Soab . ..and Perfnmpry . Also^ftfrood. AssortmWit of TTpisted) Shottana '-\T6o1, ! ie. ahda great variety of goods too numerousto^lnsertito : nhlch they invitij the attention otth.8pgulillc; and n-; spectfully aolicit a * aiare«fi1ie public patrsnage. - . • PIe&»ois>BandlexamineoteS"":? 11* ' f' ¦ * ' .-lJi}- ! .June IT.'63. ' ' ; - " » . . W AT80K 4 8.ON. t T. OST;^Oh:Whur8day^tfie'4tb lnst.i 2i on' tlie -road between Greencastle and .M&rioiij-W BUACK SIL...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
THE. &,REAT-CAFSE OF HUMAI< MISKBX—JnBt*ublUhed in n goaled Envc- " lope; Price Octs. A Lecture b .v Dr. Cutvcrwcll.on the Cause nnd Cure of aaermsttorrtaBaT-ConSttmption, Mental nnd Physical Debility, Ncryoneness, Epilepsy, " Cnmeed Nutrillonortb^Bodyf Jjfsiitu'de; Weaknws^jf Hi*" Limbs and Hie Bsiok: Indlspqsitldn,. .and IncApaSteftff StnU^aitd I,«bor; 'D ' ullriei!s : of Apprehooaiohl loss of Memory i Avoreion-,toSi)c(ety;Xove,of8plitnde;?Kih,lditj;; delf-Distrust; Disalnesg:,Head«clie; Affections of the Eyes j Piriiple^.qn, tli6,,Fac« 5'-Ipyol&utary; Bmmis.lcflis. - andSmtualIncapacity;ftbV'Conseqbonces of Toutlifal Indi6cretion^c.t4o., ¦ • ['.] ,- ¦' ;]¦'¦ -r, "• . '• ¦;¦ ^ ?» This admirable tcctnre clearly proves that the obpvo enumorated<iften^elfj afflictod «vus, mayj 3uS. t& moved without modiclno and without dnngerons enrgical operations;'andihonld;b»rg4a;liys svery--y(inth 1 'attfl averymah' iritno land. ' ¦ • - . . •" , Sont under ...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
CsMles 'lGi^ npJE^PMOS, WITHOUT AN IF I OR ASi7T.—Cacundltlopal jupport ofevei j kffiort oTibo Preaidvot to crasb lbe«tlstingi otrocioai¦**«*¦» ' Hob"4Ma%fc ' nmoleJudgment, »hcl>tatt«9t ofloyMJ ty.and every man asking taTor* ftonx the public sHbaiS^ be, j eer6irei3 to express htoriews, iwtbat thapetmlemay ^(r t^eaeeetT»*. I belleTtfalt the can di dates wno bwre" offered thaaaeltes for Hie support of the union Connection are m lojala».I ambn»4 ft illt to be m^dttty4« say that In ilLtbioga, I snatein tUa, Admimstrattoj. On-tb .e' platform or unconditional lov«lty,i IWn otot> raj eslfHsu cftadCtfateJbr Jbe "»fflc«o/OX(BBK Ot THECOBBTS-sutrtsct to tie decision of the approaeWng Courention. U sominatedond tlecteajl wiU'try t» dotoy duty. Ifeom<« J otb0T Candidate is nomfnatrf, however he Bb»U luvve mj wa^niwt snppott and niy fiiostearnest ' eftjrtaforhlaelfciioa. ¦ . .,, , . . f, - , , R.HEKR5an0TJ0flj> 1 ' - Better known asthd' < VJrgitiia Tailo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
THREE ©AYS BATTLES TerS'Ific and ,.fJp|»ai*aUeled ' ;• ' Conflicts. •' ' .-, ' '! Thiey Retreat to the loimtainj The Gulmiiiating Battle ';, : oil: Friday; i dPFIClAL DISPATCHER ,FRC)M . ¦ GEJST. ME' ADE. 5 . ' '" . ¦ ¦' ; The Eebels Repulsed MM ..; ery JdMi! : j THE PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES THE ; COUMTRV;-^r ! SPLENDID CONDUCT OF 01 -JJUf The Rebel- • Gen. At-nris ! tead Captured. ¦ -. I GEN.1ICKLESLEG AMPUTATED M THE F1ELP SOME OF T3E EESULTS OF THE ,. GRfeAT-YICTOEY. f fb'II«y Pontoon Bridges at WiliiamsportDestrfljetl (Ju^/l . ' _: ¦ ' =¦ Risk OF THE POTOMAC RIVER. Headquarters, Third Aemy Coeps, V . Near Gettysbukg, July 4,18G3. • j! . The battle of Friday was the most desperate, most fierce and decisive of the war. It was commenced at early daybreak on bur extrenio left by a determined attack by theeiiemy with musketry and artillery. . The attack tvbs met by the Sixth Corps and portion's of ; the .First and the Fifth; the Third lyiig closs at hand in res...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
,- •— ¦ *• ¦ ' kVv _.,, - ; Wednesday Honring,Jxfly % 1863. ~ IST V John E. t Shetock ia authorized to receive SubHfripSfons Aod contract for Advertisements .tettoltoosnonr to thaEjstom cities. - • " 1 THE fBAKKZiIB- BEPOSIXOKT; ' .The Fbajsklin Eeposixory -will henceforth be issued by Alex K, Mc-Cujbe and Henry S. Stoner as Editors aid Proprietors. It has been enlarged to. its old - forip. of pobty-eight cotuMNS,—its size ihasineieased fnlly -one-third, and th $ paper, appears.in entirely tiew and beautiful type. The :old terms of two dollars per annum in advance, or two dollars and a-h.iH if not paid within the year, have been adopted , from, necessity, as no paper of the size of the KeposTtjory can possibly be published for less. Indeed, hut for the hope 1 that printing paper must in a reasonable time become cheaper than now, we could not ' venture on the experiment of attempting a first-class local paper at th^ loW rate of two dollars-per annum. \. Able assistance has boon...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
the vftffromr ~ at .qextsbsvug At length, the two great opposing armies have met in an open field with tfi©" firm resolve/to coriqaep oFVe.de-Btroyed, and c the; God of battles has given victory to the jjvion arms. ,It' was no-drawn struggle—no doubtful triumph. Afier three days of .the most deadly strife, marked by a heroism onioth sides hefore which Eontan atorypalesitho rebel columns reeled back upon their mountain base defeated, routed, decim|ited, without heart o^liope. : '; ~\ \ 1 " Under cover of the night their ! shattered legionB coinBxenced their j retreat, hugging the mountains closel y 4for protection,, and leaving their thou-JBands at dead to find hoapitablo graves at the hands " of their foe, while . other thousands of wounded Xvereleft to the humanity of tbpge by whose Hands they ' had fallen. :The pathway to their bome.of, desolation and want ¦was marked b y ihe palo and lifeless monuments of ' their disaster , and %onsands of their living have, under /the da...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
\ The plundered Border of Pennsylvania sends greeting to the au.tb.orities v N and noble sons of New York, who were-^first upon ojur soil to Resist the relentless desolation of the despoiler. When ^ster counties of our State 1 W ' -v - i 1 i hesitated and faltered, the flags of the Empire 8th " and! 71st waved in our streets, and their guns bristled in the directiod ofVthe foe, and the callaht 7th was in Baltimore to swell our forces there. Heaven ¦ grant that the Northern frontier-may never feel . the devastating tread of a domestic or foreign foe: but should that dark day ever dawn- upon ijs or onr children, there'will be-strong, arms and stout hearts from the S< Gr^een Spot" to rally to the rescue of the\ Empire State. Till then unfading gratitudewill.be cherished for the sons of New York by every heart that beats up^n our border.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
' In our nest ^sue phall give in detail the movements: , of the. rebels while in our comiity, and the prominent incidents which; occurred during their stay, so as to furnish<a complete *and aceura ' te history.of theinyasion. Our readers will confer a^ecial favor by farnismWua the details of incidents Worthy of note; iajtheir respective locah' tiesi ' . ' ¦ ' <: "" 1 The pubUca|foa o( the Bepository lias been suspended for two weeks by the' oeeapatipn ;0f " the JSoinbefrand Tatteyby tWIfebels. The outside of to-day's^paperirrthe 2d,:3d,, 6tk and 7th.page&—was rpr&tcd three -^-eeks ago, an^ if some of .fii e newa in that part ofthe paper seenis stale, our | readers must: efiarge it to Gens. Lee and Jenkins. - ! i.i " ¦ ;' .,. ;: ' .; "¦" • ' .•.•» " ' -i' Owing to the interrnption of ^ tho "telegraph by tbo,rebel8, we are without ' our : telegraphic,! report of the Markets..:, . " . ¦:--. ¦: ¦¦ .. .-• ¦ " : si
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
. ;The material'and subscription list ofthe Dispatch have been united with this office, and ° the subscribers to that journal will henceforth be^ furnished viith' the UEPOsiTORir. We believe that the arrangement will. bo ; acceptable to the readers, as it must be advantageous to all, parties, interested, and the public-generally. Persons who have paid their . subscription in advance to ' the l)ispatch , will receive this paper 'without additional. charge for the fnjll( period ( for which they have paid. ; Many, of the readers of the Dispatch will doubless miss its sprightly little face, but with the increased facilitiefiafforded by the union ofthe two papers, wo; hope to meet every reasonable want of- the entire Union pariy of jFranklin county. ; ,
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
The Democratp. State Convention met at Hairisbnrg on the 17th ult., ,an~dnomihated Hpn. George W. Woodward, of Luzenie, for Governor, and Hon.Walter H.J Lowrite for Supreme Judge. We_ have neither time , nor room to, notice the candidates or platform in. detail, but iii our next issue we hope to be. iajble. to do justice to both. It is a noticeable fact that the cofi i Vention "was -in session while the Eebels wei'e'in ; possession of.Chamr bersburg and threatening bur eapitol, but'not a'word; ' was said m Bpeech or resolutions about the defence of our Commonwealthifromtheinsolentrebel foe
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
Urn Mwtimmm NOT ALGOHpJDIC. Dr. HO'OKI^ITD'S GERMAN BETTERS. , ¦ ¦ ' /• ¦ ¦ .- • •Irepnire<lb7? *:: ' ' •¦ - • ' • ' 1 ' De. C. MJackson. Philadolphia, Pa,, I Will effectually cure . ; ' LIVER XJOMPIiAINT, DT8PEPSIA, • JAUi?DicE. CHRONIC OB KERYOUsJ - • JDKBIEFXT, « Di3easca of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach. ,. Sach S3 Conitipalioii, Inward PilesJfellncss or Blood to tho Head. A.cidily of tho Stomach. Suuaea. HeartbornDismist for food. Fullness or 'WcisH in the Stomflob. Sour Bractatiott*, Sinking or Flattering at the Pit of tho Stomacb, Swimming of tea head. Hurried and DiScnlt Breathing, Flattcrinj at the iloirt. Choking or Suffocatingaons;*- tlonswhentna lying postare.-DimricSSoTVision Sots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Bon Pain in the HeadDeficiency of FcrspirationjYeUown«s< of the Skiu and Jiycs. Pain in the Side. Back, Chest. Limbs,. &o.. Sudden Flnahcsof Heat, Burning in thu Flesh, Constant Ims^ini...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
TH;SS'IK;VA'8>rOK! le:Wtfl!o.'Mel Army in PranMIn'Coiinly LO^dfSTEEET'S-COJftPS PASSES >BY :¦ WAYS^SBOEO' .J THEY BftBCH.UPOfl HfiRBlSBBRS mf M$ffll BACK :MM\ Elevga ©ays <»f-Rebel ©ccssaa ,, . tlOn ija Fonce ! • _ . ¦ .. . ; . u *—¦ — ¦ ' <-• . " Tbe '©oScIa YaiaJig Uoo Sloarp .; . vffor tlie .Rebels J ,< i - Lie's Headquarters at Setter's Woods! Hc'foaectttrafcs and.Hows upon,lib Waterloo : ¦; ,/: "* . '' ;_ 3fc/(Tctty5barglf;' r . s Be Be&roat? viitu his Shattered lesions , l npan l,!ie ^otomac l , In: another part pf to-day's paper we give ftdetaited account of -the .occupation of this cmmtyby.tho -Rebel Chieftain Jenkins. It was written' after Bis departure, and its pnb-Wcation deluyed, by .the .occupation of bur valley by the entire Itebel Army a few days afterwards. ' - - - . OEK, .JEHKIK' SP.ETDRK. ' ' -• OnToesdiiy, the22d ult.- , Gen. Jcntm's guerrillas returned to ' ChamberBburg, as tlw tile advance pf Gen. Lee's en...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
*t *^fICKSBUE| TAKEN! " v ; rf 9teial>eK > toz&- - Sni;reBilers. " l7a • ' Oa Tuesday afternoon Got. Curtin . i ' ¦ -received a dispatch, from the Snperin' * ' tendent.of the Telegraphlinesstating , <L £hat Vdcksbiirg -was - taken by Gen. ' ¦ - ' Grant on the 4th inst., and a reliable ! : gentleman just from Harrisbm^ in-\i iorms us . that it . has been officiall y - confirmed.' . TbnsJbtas -"the silver li jtting.'to the cloud""' that gladdened the" iiaiional heart froiji the bloody MM of, Gettysburg, broken into noontide Bplender, and day "by. day the canse of Rigbi is gathering fresh .tri-Tiraphs. With TickSburg in _ onr hinds, Gr&nf-s. splendid ., army . of 100 ^ 000 veterans is Released ,and can, wit ' fe ilosecrans,, pejnetrate ' the .very. vitals _ of the, Rebellion.- Heaven speed the great causer of Eepiiblican Nationality and Freedom !• ' ¦ ;; ; fcA'S'EK^-oFiE'ioiJsa REp©air.' . Wasbikoton, Jolyj t| I P. Mi—The ¦ foilowing;'despft...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
TOHNM. POMEEOX* f| ABUT AND NjlYY ABENCT , : 204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, , • j ' ,, .PHILADELPHIA. . ]- The undersigned, having resigned his position as, Paymaster in the U. S.Army, nai opened at No 204 SOUTH I'UOHTH BTUEbT; an AGENC* BOB PR0OURLM1 I'iSNSIONS. aud for thocolltction of Oftoebs', Soidiou 1 , and all other Cuixs against the Government. My long experience us Paymaster, haa given me unusual focilitica for becoming thoroughly acquainted with this business In nil its details. On tho receipt, by mail, of a statement of the case of claimants, 1 will forward tho necessary papers for their signature. Personal attention will be given to tho casea at Washington.. . ¦ No charge unless successful, when tS will bo charged far collectir g;all sums Under $S0, and $10 on all sums over that amount anil under $200 ' . Largei claims taken on special arrangement. Foos in Pension Coses as fixed by law. . .. . INFORMATION FOB AND INSTETJCTIONS TO • CLAIMANTS. • ' " " i All Soldiore of the ...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
AL ARGE ' SfTOOK OF CEDAR WARK, TnK Sudceta, Churns, B.isiets. Wnter v-uiib, 4c. ,j1 i - .: SIYEESiBKAND. A GENERAli AS^pRTilENT OP XI. BUITiDINQ MATXR1AIS, such as Hinges, Bolts, Scrnvri", Locks. Olnas, Pptty, ki. ' j ', MYERS& BRASD^ SHOEMAKERS ATtTENTIONv-¦We havoalWnysoupiand. Shoo Thread, Lasts, Beot Troos. Iii-athcri!,Sboe^rous,4c, 4c-Jnnel7,TO. r ¦ , ]iIYBn3 k B1UND. P)R 5RENT-J-A large Bank Bam, with Stabling, ^argo Barn / Yard, and other couremcncc.i,li)Hi« EijroDghr £nqniroof ¦ Jnnol7b3t. j \\ ¦ ;. B. L-MAUKBR. T?ARM BELIiS,— "W^jire Agents to tT ^ pfUhoLebtnionHbn Bell. Tho "ceBt ortielo ninde. AUbolftwarmntodnotliibnxik.* Call and examine our atock, as ivo are determined toscll goods at short profits. Juno 17, '63., i -. „ MYKR8 & BRAN1).- ¦ft/TYERS & BRAND are constantly XlLl. receiving frcsb itardwarc, to ffhiclj they invite thu iittemion ot tho public. Wo hiivo a largo stock of Nails and Iron, which iro offer at reduced pricea. , LE.RK OF...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 8 July 1863
SAMSBUKYBEOS;&CO., ¦ , . . .. JVO..37 Bi>liBANCE,SmEET,iTii - ; "¦ '" - ' ¦ 61 WEYBOSSET STREET^" 1. ; . . . ? ¦< PBOVIiJENCB, B/I.v . Proprietors of one of tho most estensiTO 3 B W E I. KT MANUFACTOKIES inthe ; - ' ¦' ..;;. ' . Eastern States, ¦ ''-,. ¦ Biy ioeaUthe atitniion of the community jmeraRy.to ¦ j the very . • --. ' .• SURPRISING CHEAP RAT]?... At which they are offering their ' Goods! SAB, BTOSASSrua 7 , Both Foreign And Domestic Hnnnfacturea in.point .of <: Elegance and Real Durability 1 ' ' ' EOR' . INSTANCE!., c..,,., ; For Tirrraw DoiuM, we forward, nicoly carded and pdcktd In good order, the -following enormous quantity of Jewelry, equal in finish to any Plated Gold, and sot to be recognized from Gold only by the trying of ucidd: 4 Sot 'Enamel Vest Chains; 2 Plain Florentine Pin ' s; 4 Ear Kings to match; 2 Twist Wire Pins; 4 Kar - Rings to match;.2 Plain Ping; 4 Ear Hings-to mutch; 25Lndica'Rings,Doublo Ueart ond . ¦ a variety of pa...