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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

(# : SicS L^r^StEEEliHOTJBIj,; West Market iW " St., JiiorWiftBrfrfSKV-Ckaii'liersburg, Pa. jilioiHjbacrilberwiiadTi s ipecifliUy \afona tba Traf«>- ing community that to -bajpnrcuas^l »nu l akoa jmmswsiottbr tfils HoMl^ " Ue hopes to make tt one of the most desirable placoafforetranKere OB<1 jjthers to stoj, .at thai <»nbfffoou<JIa«QrTOann7to'^n- ; !- ' ,- fa;« "' - HIS tAUJLE will at all »irof S.h9 *&<&? T J "i Jisinxnries^id snljstttntols rf the .se4soO. 1-I'' .' 1, ^ HlSCKAMBEltS ansiargCi -weU ftetil»tet».aa<illtt«l upja-modern-styte.. -" •:--¦ - - " -«"»• ~»', *' -" ; «- - H1S BAR wilt W welt sapplMwilh alargoandChoit» Solectlon oltto very best ltqaore. . -, • , ¦ ."-. . > t,^h, HiS - £XABiB, i nut-alw4y» Be plroiiaod wi* =g«« ¦ yliolEibntti broTsnticr 8)r stock, andattenflfd !>/ taMlU ostlers. . ' -V :; 1 No pivinswill bo spared *o render entire sst&Siefiotf.t« all his guests; and pleding hi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

GETTYSBURG- Gen. S. Wiley Crawford and the Pennsylvania ftcsferves-.-BUs Address So his Troops—T&e HeroisnS of tlKj'Reaervea at Gettysburg. - Correspondence of the Franklin Repository; , - , ^Gettysburg, July 15,1863. : Gen. S. "Wylie. . Crawford, being identified with our county, his father, Rev. Dr. Cra .wr ford, residing but a few mile3 rfrbm Chambersburg, I- think, it will be'interesting to your readers to have a sketeh of: his eoHfaoction with the celebrated ?* Pennsylvania Reserves" in their recent action at Gettysburg, It " has been the fortune of this Division to be commaiided byisoine ofrthe ablest generals in the Army of the Potomac.. Reynolds, Meade, Ord, and Seyimoor; disci plined itifor the field, and led-.ifc inengagemontsia which it won the proud. name it-bears, and .BO;often saved the general army fcoto: ruin. Accustomed to suchfleaders, the Reserves' idgps of commanders were very .high- , and when Gen. Crawford, a. young, man, came from another quart...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

AGRICULTURAL . KBWNI5TG THE PEACH TREE., _ • *The cultivation of. the, Peach is •gradually more, and itfore neglected ia-Fo-anldin county, although, it is one of the laost delicious fruits /we: .have, and none is more'. generally useful. Our. heavy limestone-J^nd is not well adapted; to* the ..Peach ' • but a large portion of our county, whore there is a lighter, undulatery soil, is admirably suited to the .perfection of Peaches.-"/ " " ¦ .:. ... • " •; ... ; ' ' S ' .^:"VFith the hope of increasing the interest in the cultivation of the Peach vi this section of the State; we have ^roeured illustrations exhibitingjplain-; Iy iho\v the peach-stock should be pruned. -The article subjoined is from ¦ -th ' e-pen' of J. A. Nauts, Esq., ' and appeared originally in the Working Farmer. It is replete with valuable suggestions, -which we conimend to-the consideration of the Farmers of JTranklin county: . ¦ > Several particulars relative to the peach tree,- establish; impo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

?Ll\£i±l2*i*--iL^-' ' ' ¦ - '»-j_i' '¦?'• ' :*&* rfSHte vMotyWTFntivT ' A&m r OK A Brjr.-rHrjcondiaonaV support ofewry-a&rt utTha^Pr^idi/nt te--cro«i» (he esistins, arrocWus, rebellioa ~fe f,<n -my humble Jnrlgnicnt" the best test ' of loyalty, awl every matt nsking^favoTs from the public ehoolil 4m> rcaiiir*oVto f xprcss .hijitiowsso th»t the peonleaeiy not bidttBTeS^I-Jjelieto-alltha caadfd ates tr hoBi? * offered themselves ibr th* support of tho Union Con»«r tipn are as loyal as I om; but I fe il it to be, nvy dnty ta say that tivall things t kustain the Adminia&ittoi. ;On the pltttforranfijuconditlontil loyalty, I.ngaia*«fler mj selfas a candidate- for tho office of€LKElv OS THE COXJBTS—subject to tho decislou of the approachiru Convention. If iominate8snd*Uected.I-\rjJl try to da my duty. If some othor Candidatl is nomtn"ate4, however fie shall have ray warmest support and my most earnest^effbtts for his election. - •' ¦ ''"¦...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

p iECULATE THE '(.GUARD." -^ \_/-.WeVronWonihevorge of one of the most irttpoj tant electioos that bosr evier taken plnce in'ourStato The great question Is to bodecided in October .whether «r n6t the State of Pennsylvanla ' sliall continue to' givo to the National Government a hearty nnd unconditional support in~it8 efforts to crush the rebellion -arid- restore the Union. -It is of the most vital importance that tho unconditional friends of the Union should curry our State, and there can bo no doubt that :such will be, the case if proper candidates are selected, and the ca ' mpnigti ur.opeily managed. Ona of the moat,important things to tiii done is to circulate Union documents, such as newspapers, pamphlets.&cv , r : - L - ,. " ' , . ' The" National Guaed being an nnconditlonal Union papeftand uncompromising in its support? ' of tha Government, i3 worthy of an extended circulation. It is universally admitted to be oneof ,fha handsomest and bost conducted papers published ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

T^OT'ALCQHOiaao- . . ; •: .^.;a.hishly -concenxrited veseta ¦ bibkxi;bact. - j aj?wie/j;0" nic. - ^ i>&.HddFLASri's gekm!^ ^itteSs ' ¦ - -. ' - '¦ - '¦ ¦ ' '' Prepared By. <}¦ ''¦"; -': ' .;'_ ' .; Db. C. M. Jackson, Pb.Uadelpb.ia, Pa,, J - ¦ = '!. • '..:¦; Willeffijctuallyearo "•¦ ¦ >' •"• LIVB E GOJIPI f AIOT, ; pj. S PE PS IA, .. • JATBfDICE,- CHRONIC OK SEIWOVa " ' -: - .. -' T, -»fiBiiaT¥-;-f >; -J - .- ¦-' ! ; Diseases of tpe Kiancys, andji'Sll diseases arising - - from a-duJordeveD! Liver or Storhach. ' ¦ ' Such as-Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Headi'Acidity of ike Stomach; Nausea, Heartburn, Dissust'Xor-I'(jod, 4 -Fullnosg- or Weight ra_tho Ktoraaoh, SOoi; Eructition ' s, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pjtof tho Stomach; Switnriiiris of the head, Hurritd and Difficult Broathing.Flattering at tiu; Hejrt, Choking or Suffocating Bensa-. tlons when in a, lying posture. Dimness of Vision, )ots or Webs^Qfore tho.Si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

. ATTENTION. SOLDIERS! < AND THE FRIENDS OF. SOLDIERS! We call tho attention of<iill having relation j or friendi in the army to ' ' the fact that'"Hoofland'B Herman Bittere" willoure uine.-tenths .of the diseases induced by oxpqsuresaud privations incident to camp life. In the lists published alwostdoily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it will bo found that a vory Jarge proportion, are suffering from debility. Every case of that kind can bo rea? dily cured, by Hoonjirid's. Gorman Bitters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the digestive organs arc speedilX removed. Wo bftve no hesitation in slating that, if these Bitters y?ere freely used among oar soldiershuijdreda oC liv.es might be saved that will otherwise be lost, , , ; We call particular attention to tha following remarkable nnd well authenticated euro of oneof tho nation's hero's, whoso lifo, to use ha ona language, " has been saved ^ by tho Bitters:" . Patfr.ADKLPHiA, August 23,1852. ¦ IIo...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

. Jmtoatfmtg Rouses WUNBEKMCH, NBAD & CO., Forwarding and Commission J/ereftaiif-,North ¦ ¦' Second Street—opposite the CUMBERLAND VALLEY HAIL ROAD. DEPOT Cars run regularly to and from FbiM. & Baltimore. ¦ . AGENTS, PrAcocK, Zell & IlKcnxK, No. 808 Marfcct St. above 8ih I'UILADELPBIA, P. S:—Lykons Ynlley, Broken Egg and Nut coal (di? rect.froni tho mines.) ¦ Wilkenbarre and Pine -Drove Foundry coal, Cumber and Shingles, Salt, Plaster and Hancock Cementkept 'constantly on hand, ' Floor; G rain. :inii Produce, ot all kinds, purchased at the highest cash prices. WB.NDEKJLICH, KBAD, & CO. CUMBBKL'D YAIiLEY WAEBHOUSE. The Forwarding business will hereafter to conducted by C. W. EYSTiSR & -CO* atthe Warehomoof.theC. V.Railroad, where they hopoto receive a liberal patPronago; - . DEPOT-"*—BnSuy 4 Co.. 3fi5, Market StPhiladelphia, andJobn Bingham, 161 Howard St..-Baltimorc. Jnnol7.'G3. C. W. EYSTER & CO. THOSUS L. OrxUKPIE. »' . JACOB Z...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

f^AElTAIUKEWBOO ' KS; -•- ¦{ ' . ./,j-op b ' bja ^b .f.e,;:^,; :.. -,- t i " ' " : i'Sutccsso^toM.D. SOoi/iDY?, - ' T^V' -'-' i ?¦ -;, • ' j&= ,;Walker ~ 'Street ' ^- ' ' " " ' ¦ ' ¦ > 1 - ¦ ' ; ', ' . iY. (ff«*J5rpsdirjij)i.;, -: ¦ ;.' ' ; VvJ '. 1 ' - SOT YORK CTEY. fT^PMeiui: LEAVES FROM THE Dliill tOF Aff AR5IY SHKGEOA'Vbi- 0octor'tho»; T. l3LtI3,Late Spat f urgeotf at New Yorkand Acting Medical Director at Wlilto Bocso VoV-Ciotii.-aSO p ' ngesi Tinioi ' Price SI.' A Liberal Discount to the trade. Each copy. ^contaiaB un ;anti'graphlorterfroii General iicCIelian. " • Jt ' '--• , ' I Dtt. OUiUlISG'S I1KPLY TO UlSnOP.COtESBO^- BisAop Voleiiso fully Answered: His 'Errors- hofarednndth83iosalcauthqrahlpo*theJ?finUtouch clearly I k* tatillsliedbythellev. John Cummlng, D. D., ina aorles of-Lfcctnres. ; eiofh.2?J pp.iJ2nio.-PricaSl. -, ' .-. , ' ¦ TIIlSACT&'ESSrN HiaBfElJ?E, An EpisB&in Winter, ^i8ir(«rs,bjaLadyofSffatiCarolina. Cloth. 101 pages. .....

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

s . Fig. 6. the branch after the pruning, and the •suppression of the wood buds. In order to have a tree well furnished, durable and productive, wo must never prune the' fruit-branches too long nor thexwood-branches too shortbut direct all our attention to the replacing' regularly the fruit-^raiieltes and the regular growth of wood-branchesi—The young twigs I must grow and enlarge, at the base of the fruit-branehes, in order to be able, without stripping the tree, to proper¬ | ly .prune those branches. This is the essential principle of the pruning of the fruit-branches of th6 peaeh tree, ^misunderstood greediness ruins the tree by a too. long pruning of the f^uit-branches, and the less fruit-buds a'releft on a branch , the .more force we give to the bud from which is to rise the twig to' replace it. ; By this means sap enough is supplied to • the heel or wood-bud to enable.it to become a good replacing : branch, thus keeping the tree in a ' productive and thrifty condition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

THE CONSCBBPTIOH ^hejlraft has been made peaceably in, more than half the districts of this State, ; and in perhaps half the North, and a, few weeks more will complete-it. ¦We look for theinaehinations of Northern traitors to,-, effect breaches of the peace in-various sections, in humtie, iniitation; of the Copperhead ri-: 6ts of New York; but the national authorities are doubtless fully prepar-Wd for such exigencies, and we ure of--¦ficiaily assured, tht't ' in no instance - ¦will the. government allow the laws Ito be;deiled or even evaded. Lrshort, the draft T^ill be made; the provisions, o£, the law enforced in Bpite of .,the; cowardly and treacherous, and ¦the mere addition of vast numbers to bjor gallant armies in the field will be the fewest harbinger of Peace. ' . Probably ; our heroic soldiers how, its the :"field could crush out this causeless and wicked-rebellion,. but it is neither wiso nor;just that the task should be left tocthem. .The bogus Confederacy of tre...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

THE SITOAT1OS .,.,;-.There has been considerable skir-. dishing between the cavalry, of (Jens. ' "Meade and Iiee for . some days; but tee Has tftes-far avoided a general ; ; engagement, arid most likely will be "-able to reach his old line south of the Bappahannock without a decisive bat-. tie. He is evidently trying to do so, aind it is scarcely in the power of the - "TTnion army to prevent him. -If so, • ' .$& Army of the Potomac will hard-»: " iy commence an offensive campaign "' within the next thirty days. ,;- Gen. Grant has been keeping the Rebels steadily on the retreat in the Southwest. Johnston was compelled to 5 evacuate Jackson, and retire still 'farther south- The Mississippi river IB now open from the head of navigation to the Gulf. The steamer Impe-*-rialj from St.' .Louis, arrived at Now Orleans on the. 16th inst, having, met rib obstacles on the-, river. ' - ; ; 'The siege of Charleston progresses favorably. An attempt to storm Fort ¦Wa gner at nigh...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The Gettysburg Sentinel says thatnotwithstandinglthe general disarrangement of business, in consequence of the late terrible battles in that locality, the full quota of State Tax of;A<ilams county was paid into the Treasury, at Harrisburg, on Friday last, liy H. B. Danner, Esq., County Treasurer—he being among the first to do so. The National Guard is tho title of a large quarto sheet published weekly in Philadelphia, by-Leader & Creamer, at §2 per annum. It is an able and earnest cifaampioh of the Union cause, and deserves a generous support from.the loyal peoplo of ,thi3- State. See prospectus in our advertising columns.-The Government is in want of Acting Assistant Surgeons " in the navy.. Gentlemen wising to enter this branch of the service miiBt be over thirty years of age, must present good testimonials as'to character, 1 , etc., and willing to undergo an examination as to physical and professional qualifications. ' The New. South is the title of a neatlit...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

THE DE31OCHATIC PiATFORM . When the impartial historian shall come to record the victories, defeats atod embarrassments of our Government in its-sacred effort to preserve our free institutions, the most appal* ling chapter in his chequered pages will bo that devoted to tfie covert treason, the cowardly misrepresentation, the base appeals to paftizan prejudices, and the thin-guise of hypocrisy that presents cold professions of M>yalty.to, a loyal people, while "beneath rankles the deadliest hatred-jto the preservation of bur nationality, save upon the altar of dishonor. The Democratic State Convention held its sessions at Harrisburg, while armed traitors reveled in the Cumberland Valley, plundering our people, holding possession and exhausting the wealth of bur towns and districts; ifisolently defying alike National and State authorities, and inflicting upon the fair fame of our Commonwealth the dishonor of rebel occupation of our soil. " Some of the delegates in att...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

Mk. Stahle, Editor of the Gettysburg- Compiler, has been discharged from Fort McHenry. He, took the oath of allegiance to the government, and gave his parole of honor to appear at any time , to answer charges; should any be preferred against him sufficiently grave to demand the-cognizanee of a court. For his own sake, as well us for the sake of his kindred who shall survive him, jve hope that his record is- clear, and that he has been wronged. Tho man who could play the part of a spy for an enemy at his own home, is the foe of order, of humanity, of. eveiy virtue, andis unfit to live. Of such a crime we should notjudgea man guilty in haste or pre¬ judice; but when dispassionate proof fixes guilt, it would be an act of inhumanity i t* every loyal house-hold, add the veriest fraud upon Justice; to permit him to live. 5Ir. Stable has suffered some for his country, and may boastkismartyrdomlikescoresof fools before him; but'ho should not be unmindful that, .in hnndred thousand p...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The mission of the rebel Vice President Stevens, to Washington is fully explained by the publication, in the Richmond papers, of a correspondence Between Stevens and Jeff. Davis. Stevensjwas instructed to endeavor to get the Wogus government out of the difficulty it has involved itself by an act of its Congress and by the proclamation of Davis, requiring the officers of negro regiments to be held as felons, to be tried and executed by the State authorities. As the United States now holds three traitor, officers for every Union officer held by the rebels, the game of butchery proposed by Dayis turns out to be a most unpromising enterprise, whereupon he becomes suddenly impressed with the most sublimated notions of humanity, and wants a new cartel arr ' anged whereby exchanges can proceed as heretofore; and he wishes, as he tells, Stevens, to " divest the war of the savage qhar" acter which has been impressed tjipra " it$y our enemies, in spite of all our "efforts.and protests!"...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The attention of farmers and frnitgrovrers is invited to the article and illustrations on our third page, giving explicit directions how to tnaBage and prune Peach trees, this " delicious fruit is too much neglected in this section of Pennsylvania. Peaches can be raised on almost any soil, but a large portion of Franklin county is admirably adapted to its cultivation in the.bighest degree of perfection., We give in to-day's pap_er two communications, on the" subject of our local nominations.' The Eepo8itos,y is'open at all times to Union men, to express their preference for any caiidi. dates for nomination in a temperate manner. The Editors do not pretend to be in any degree, responsible for the views thus expressed by corresp6ndents. ' ..:.., ' .'• We! give on the first; page, of today's paper an admirable .portrait of Maj; Gen. Geo. G. Meade, the Hero of ^ Gettysburg. A full biography was given of him in the Repository of the l£th" ihst. -

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

; VALiANDiQHAM : has escaped the blockade, through thekind aid of Jeff. Davis/and is. now in Canada. The Chattanooga Bebet was the first papeiv to nominate him for Governor of Ohio, and it laid down a plan for the campaign which thus far;has been'feithfully observed by Val. and the Ohio Democracy. Between the Rebels of the South and the Copperheads of Ohio they would elect him; but for the fact that the loyal Buckeyes, without distinction of party, will east, 50,000 or so. majority against him. ; The rebel armies are nowsdefeated or captured at every, point, and the crowning-effort of the patriots of the North will be the defeat of the apologists of treason and defamers of the-anny and government, at our coming elections. Patience, Jeff.! When the loyal ballot-boxes.thunder in Pennsylvania and Ohio, the last expiring hope of treason will perish! • -- -

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