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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The Spirit wastes a column to demonstrate how it might openly defy the conscription law; but upon, the wible it. concludes ,it won't. The common sense of the article is eta-: braced in the concluding paragraph, as follows: "Theconscriptionisalawofthe land, passed by both Houses of Congress and approved by the President, and until it has been adjudged unconstitutional by the proper judicial tribunal, or legally repealed, it remains in full force.'and every citizen is bound by it. So long as it remains a. law;, it must be obeyed, no matter how odious ita provisions may be consideted. "When we totally cease to, be a law-abiding people, the days of constitutional liberty are numbered. We feel that we can not too strongly urge upon our peopleb& ever/consideration which tfcegood of sdciety can plead, their duty, under;.all circumstances, to respect and abide byjjtie.provision of law. Tiere is full redress far all real 'or Imaginary grievances in thp.courts ' and the ballot-box...

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

"; OJEsCj&.MCBEiBS2BTCJ^BC3- .: . Wednesday Morning, Jtjly 29, 2868. ..5E@" Johk K. Seki'OCk; is authorized to r«ei*e Subscriptions ana contract-for Adrertlsementa to tho teosrwBT in tbo Eastern cite. • ' ¦ > Bbeata.—In the first paragraph of the Article on third page, headed Pruning .the . Eeacli Tree, I ' tSAicndulaZiw} soil, ¦ instead of "nndulatory soil,'* as erwneonsly priuteil: ' ' . ¦• ' 'Single copies of the Repository [Jf^ii be had at the -counter -with or "Without -wrappers. "Price five cents. - . - ¦ ' . . !-Tdeeb is no truth whatever in the rainor telegraphed here onllonday . from MeConnellsburg, that the rebel ^ cavalry had creased the 1 Potomac at ^Hancock and were moving up through ^-S' alton county. "The rebels have not appeared on the Potomac at any ' Ssbint during the' last week.' .

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

Beu Wood, brother and echo of Fernando, ¦ evidently wants another riot badly in New York. In his Daily JVeics, of a recent "date,.he insists that the military force, in New, York city, which is preserving the peace againstWood copperhead thieves and bullies, " should not be tolerated!" Such innocent atnu'sement as banging men to lamp-posts, butchering citizens indiscriminately, sacking and plundering pri]||j|J residences and stores,' and deftnnipnejaws generally, should not be restrained by a " military despotism." Ben and Gov. Seymour's " friends" should . have free scope. If this isn't a free country, it's time we should know: it. ' ? Forward, Benjamin!—progress, Fernando and the Peace Democracy!. '

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The national authorities exhibited commendable firmness in refusing to listen to the appeals'of Gov..Seymour, the Herald, and all others who sympathized'with ajnd apologized for the rioters. They demanded that the draft should be suspended it New York, hat official notice has been given that tie draft sttall Ve made in New.York and elsewhere as soon as the" officers are prepared to make ii. The New York Times says that there- is a remarkable -cliange in public sentiment' concerning the draft, since the opening of kst week.; Very many who were formerly, opposed; now favor it. • Indeed, the determination to uphold it seems to be universal* except those- inhuman rioters who conststuted the mob. The rioters took > a very bad wny of convincing the public of the justice of their cause. . • ' '- ' .

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

Whateveb may be the fate of Capt. Sawyer, ; 1st New Jersey Cavalry, one of thp Union officers' selected >to;be executed by Davis in retaliation for Burneide's: execution of the rebel spies and recruiting officers, he will stand out boldly as one of the noblest heroes of tie war. After he hadbeen advised that he had been selected as one of the victims of rebel vengeance, he penned a letter to his wife which breathes the loftiest patriotism. Jle concludes as follows! .' My dear wife, the fortune of war haa ^ pnt me in this, position. If I qiust die a sacrifice to my country, with God's will I must aub- mit? only let ine see yoa- sace^ more-and I; will die becoming a nma asd an officer; but forlGod'ssakedo not disappoint me. "Write to ine as soon as yon get tms, and .go to Capt, Whildin; he will advise yoa- wat to do. Thrive done nothing to deserve'this peaal^. But- you must submit to yous-feter. Ii"W»U be no- disgrace to myself, you, or the children ; but, you may poi»t. ...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The New York Comnercial Advertiser says tHat Gqv. Seymour sent for Gen. McClellan during the riots, and begged him to go up to the scene of rioting on the East side, and address the people, stating that a speechirom him would quell the not; General McGlellan replied— " If I go up to the " people, as you call > them v it will not " be with a speech, but with grape , " and canister!" It.is needless to say that Gov. Seymour had no further use for Gen. McClellan. .

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

Mb. Vallandigham, from hi3 secure retreat in Canada, has issued an address fb. tlie people of, Ohio, arguing the constitutionality ofhisdeportationtothe rebel lines. Of course he calls it unconstitutional. Andrews,the'leader of the New York mob, the murderer and. incendiary, who was afrestedtheotherday,also alleges that his arrest was unconstitutional. "Wellj .^.ndrews followed out the doctrines <>f Yallancjjghani to their natural sequence, - and if the litigator to - tiqt and bloodshed'has been uirfustly dealt with, why not the perpetrator of the crimes. ' Is it not a maxim inlaw " that the instigator is equally guilty-With. t.T»ii nritninftl ? . '¦

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

The public oprmon is well settled in the conviction that a man should not hold One important office while a candidate, for another. • Mr. Iiongstreth tried it in 1848, and lost the Gubernatorialchair thereby. Judge Woodward has accepted; the nomination for Governor, but still sits as Supreme judge. Will he resign?—£r does he distrust the devotion of Pennsylvania to his semi-loyal platform ? J

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

We learn that the Union League of this place has invited Hon. Win. D. Kelly, of Philadelphia, to deliver an address in the'Court House on Monday evening the 10th.of August. He is one of the ablest and most eloquent champions of the Union cause, and we hope thatrhe will comply Kith the request. . VAttkMriGiaEAMj Sp his address to the Ob!io Copperheads, says that he found no itien in the South-who would consent to sabraaissioTi* Had a loyal man passed through the dominions of treason as he did, a different story wight hare " been told; but no; true naati would confide his opinions to a Northern traitor. .The Mobile Adver tiser -says that there have been "signs of the wh|te feather fluttering during ihefewpastglpomydays." Val.jdidri ? jt see it, however, although the Southern r>yem admits and laments it 1

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

S^e gal w&tmii :; i A JOIKT EESOLUflOW PEO-/JL P08IN0 CEETAm AMBSDHESS8 SO THB CUMSTITUTION. ' , . Be.it resolved Jjtte Senate nnd Soutief Repmtnla tivaofiitie Commonwealth tf Sojuryfesnia in General JsiemUy nut h That tlieloIJowmg amendments be proposed to the Consti tation of the Commonwraltbia RGcordaEco with the pro'iri. ns of the, tenth article thereof:. ¦ - TbTere shall bo nn ailditiona] section to tho third article ofthe Constitution, to be designated as section four, as follows; , . .. i : ..: -• ,- - • - • • .. Sectios 4. Whenever any of the noalified electors at this CcmnwBwealth s!in!l be iu any actual military serviceunder <v reqoisition; from tho President ol the United Statesor by the authority of this Commonwealth, such electors may exercise, toe rigbt 01 suffrage in alt elections by the citizens, under each regulatioiu os are, or shall be, prescribed by law. its rally as If they, wero present at their umalplace of eleetiojn-,::. 1 . There Bhallbe...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

J i^e Eirbetttgietnetttss. ESTKAY;—Came to the residence of the subscriber, near Fnyetteville, about tho 2d •rfi July,a large BRINDLK COW and CALF. > Tbo. Cow isienpposedfotenboBt Dtae years old. The owner can have tfioKimeby lully identifying and paying charges. iuly»-3t. JAJ1KS CHAWfORD. WASTED, IMMEDIATELY.-^ BALED HA K—Fifty Tons good Timothy Hay Injbnlosof lOUlbs, to3005>s.each.for which I yll,l pny JSk' gTilcen Dollars per Ton fl/'2,W9 E)s., at the Quarjerajaster's Watohousc'Chambersbarg, l'a. ¦I , A. ' DENNY, inly 2ff, '03. Capt., and A. Q. M- V. S. V, ESTEAY. —Came to the resMence of the subscriber, 2 miles soutii of Cliamhersburg, ukim een ' tho Waynesboro' and areencaitl e road. 6 head of Sheep nnd 1 ijmubs . iill of which are marked with the letter N. Theojsjerci-nJuiTO sheep by fully Identefyilbg the same and paying charges. ) july iK),'1.3 3t. WM.TOXDEROW.' tip WEL VE TEACHEES W.A3S TED. 'fl —The Ponrd of School Directors, of Letterkenny tuwnehiji will...

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

//cif! aiBhertijsemetrtSi *• YITAJfTBIk--A good BOOM .with iff BOARD, fora single grotleinaac Adiirew J.^ H.,torongh.P«tOffice. - . ' " - ' tinly2& > 'B3. , . MtadquqriertPrmxist MaKthai,, , • ) l I : '° , . [ l&h'DitlriU, Pennsylvania,' V "^ ; - Chamborsjiutg, Jnly, 23, 1893. } nfiHE FOLLOWING CIECTJLAES Jfc Irom.tbe Biireauof the Provoat Mnrshat General niep.nblishcd for the information of .all concerned. ,. ; ' ' ; '¦¦ ' . ' .. ' GEO. EXSUER, . ' - Captain and ProTost Marsha!. ' ' ¦ .. ..{CI&Ca&A'B ' iii} c .'. War Dtmparlmefit, . . •¦:, ¦) . Protott Marshal GencraHs Office, ' - '> Washington'D. C., July 12, 1863. . J . To answer inquiries'made to thia offlce, it is announced: ' ".. ¦ '_ '' " ' ,';..' • 1st. Any-drafted person payJng$3D0, under soctlonl3 of the Enrollment Actis ttisroby " exempt from further liability under Utai draft, bnt not from any subsequent draft. ,.- .. " 2d. Any drafted person furnishing an acceptabl...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

NOTICE 1 ¦ .. - . ¦ SfrTUB - . . . : PEOPLE OF ; FEANKLIN COUNTY, ' who have lost money by tho . ; KEBEL INVASION-,; . ' and to all otb.er? ' who'd65ice,to ^ MAKE AJfn SAVE .MONEY. f WILLIAM G-EIiWICKS, WlioIesaTe and Boiall DEALER IS MERCHANDISE, . s - CnijnirasBmjs, Pa;, ,-has just returned from the East and opened the following list of FRESH MERCHANDISE, which heproposes to soil ' L ; " . " : WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEPEST 100 Barrels Brown Sugar. 40 " White " . 60 *• ¦ Syrups and Molasses. 3000 Bis. choice Hams, ; 5000 •' Sides and Shoulders. •iUOBSgsG.A. Salt; , ' 00 Bas*AfhtonFine Salt; 1000 Sacks Tablo or Dairy j Salt' 50 Boxei Primo Cheese; ' . ¦' 25 gross Essenco Coffee' , " ' • 1.500 tt>8.ExcelsiorCofTfe. .- ¦ . ( • DO bbls. No. 1,2 and 3, Mackerel. foo boxes Scotch Herring • ' ' 50 doe. Twine and Bed Cords; •= . 100 Dozens Corn Brooms; ' • 75 Dozens Asairjod Brmhes;- ' 60, 000 Sejprs at .M.inufaqturert' Prices; , lOOkcgs of Sails. . ' . 60 doz...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

MUST JEWP ESPSBiriOSTO WYTHEVII-!iE. ,. WAsanf oTo^ July 25,, 18G3. - The following has just Teen received at the headquarters of- the army* from 'General Scammon; ' ' , ¦ - Charlestows, July 24, 18tiS;- Gen. Kelly: Col. Toland, with the. 2d Virginia Cavalry and the 84th Ohio Mounted lnfontry, cut the railroad at "Wytheyille, and destroyed two pieces of artillery, 700 muskets, and a large amount of ammunition and stores, and had a sharpjight m Wytheville. - Captured 125 prisoners, who were paroled; killed 25; wounded " not known. Our loss is 78 killed, wounded and missing. Seventeen were 1 killed, including Col. Toland arid Cant. Delaney. Col. Powell is very dangerously wounded, and is a prisoner. "We were fired on, froni housesj public and private, by the citizens; even by the women. My men totally destroyed the • town, and reached Payette yesterday,, after a march of about 300 miles. , E. P.' ScAMiioN.* Brigadier. General. - IiOtiis Jfnpoleon 'and Mexleo-ySo »e« clnres t...

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

toEIVttTJJSALEiQITANKEEY X NEAR *AYETTETILLE^-Tho nndersigned wfll ami at PrivaKiSale, the following described REAL ESTATE, to wit: . . - • • 30 ACRES OF LAND. AU under good fence and tillable, with a good Brick Dwelling, a never failing well of good water near the door, a good Barn aniThrashing Floor, a .fine - Orchard bearing the best fruit. Also ' . : • ¦ A •TANNERY- ' ' . of 32 Urge Tars 1 6 large torches with limes and pools Bark Mill, Roller, Pump and fulling Stocks, all in excellent order, tho whole operating by WATER POWER. Aisoagcod Barkshed, all unsurpassed la convenience aud labor saving. ¦¦ ' > -' The above property will be Bhown to any person on application to-Jacob B. Cook of Fayettevilleor John B. Cook of Chambcrsburg. Terms will be reasonable. Junel7,*6S-tf ' PJJTER COOK. DESIEABLE TOWN PEOPEETI FOR. SALE.—The nndersigned will sell at Privmo Sale, a LOT OF GROUND, sitmjte <;n EastQueen St, Chamoersburg, adjoining the residence of P. Hammon, Esq., ha...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

MARRIED On the 13th tot., aftho- butted Brethren Parsonage, W the Rov. J. Dickson, Mr. Uftos H. Moore to Miss Amanda Eea, both of this place. ¦ - ¦ " Prevention of Incrustation in Steam Boilers ' .—WINAXS'ASTI-UJCRUSTATION POWDER HEMOVES AND PREVENTS THE DEPOSIT OF SCALE, AND WITHOUT INJUUX TOTIIEIRON SisViS Veahs rXTjBE.- . . \ Inferences In nil parts, of the country, viz: Albany Gas Co.; Eaton, Gilbert & Co, and others, Troy; Syracase; HocueJter, Auburn, &c, her, John Gibson & "a, Pholps, Charles Eusign, John R. Evans tc Co., Jewett £ Root, and others, BufT.iIo: Cleveland, Colambas, Rane. 1 - ville.ic, &c; Goj. Shield. Miles Greenwood, Mitchell & RiunmclBbnrg, and 40 others In Cincinnati; and throughout the West; Indianopolis, Dayton,.Terre Haute, Logansport, Chicago. Springfield, SK-Lonis, St. Pan!, 4c, &o.,_4c. Co3taboat40to60centa per week. Fur circular, address , H.N . WISANS, i HWAixSi.,NEwToRK. 'P.O.Box So. 0. [jnIj22,'...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

Bor tho fcranklin Repository ' . _ * COCSXY HOJJTKATIOSfS., "We are pleased to lenrn that the com&jxaiegtion -cantymed in the .^ last issue of the Feakkltk BbposJctobt, signed "Patriotism," has met with " a ft-forable reception. It is highly important that our Courity tick's; should bo composed of inea whom no ;oae «on doubt. Our candidates should have but *raeidea, via: thS prosecution of the war :with tlie utmost vigor "until this .unholy ?e-Vellion is completely crushed. This much is duefo the loral citizens of Franklin county. On the other hand, the citizens owe a 'duty to those brave men who have risked their lives and sacrificed their health in defence of their country. This duty '^Patriotism", fairly recognized when he reco'mmended Col. J. <J. Eider, Capt J. H. Keed, Harry Strickler, -and Lieut. Josiah "W/Fletcher as candidates for the offices of County Treasurer).Prothonotary, Register and Recorder and Clerk of the Courts. These gallant men- have all b...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

it were obliged to fall back, ¦which they did in excellent order, and held their old positions; ,'The loss on ourside.wos quite severe;, but ourtotal loss in-killed, ' wounded and miss ^ ing since .the iptlu has only been aboutlOOOL The Forty-eigth New York Eegimeht lost about 260 men, and only three of its officers escaped unharmed. ... Title Catsjcill was strucka ' over fifty times, but is all right. 'She' went to Hilton Headv for supplies anicoal. -'. - . ¦ - . BEBEL ACCOUNTS OF THE FlGHT. Charleston, July, 18.—The Ironsides, five Monitors, flve,gutt and mortar-boats, assisted by two land batteries, mounting five guns, fired furiously at Fort Wagner. One "of .our gfin carriages was dismounted. Charleston", July 19.~After n furious bombardment of eleven hours the enemy assailed battery Wagner desperately and repeatedly. . Our people fought desperately and repulsed the attacfc with great slaughter. Our loss was relatively lighit, but ¦ includes many valuableoificers.. - .n ...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

New York, July 20.—The steamer Arago, from Charleston bar at 5 o'clock on the afternoon of the 28d, arrived here to-day. Among her-passengers are Generals Strong 4nd Seymour, wounded, Colonel Jackson and Lieut. Colonel Eodmun, wounded an ^ Others.- - ~ ¦ ' , 1JJTEBESTIK9 PARTICULARS OF THE ATTACK.! ! On,the J.9th the Eebels attempted to drive our forces from. JameS Island. The attack was sudden and unexpected, but Gen. Terry met and'repulsed them with'great slaughter. The gunboat Pawnee, which supported the left flank,-grounded, and a Betel battery opened upon her, firing about fifty shots, thirty-nine of which hit her. She subsequently floated off and opened upon the Eebsls, putting them to flight. Our casualties were small, and the Eebels jgste -taught a lesson which they will not Boon forget. The bombardment of Fort Wagner was renewed on the morning of the 22d, fee iron dads co-operating with the army, ' During the day Fort Wagner was silenced for some time, and her. colors s...

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