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Id=330 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

K liNNUDXIS) . Medical .Diaoovery, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Seme'aCud Wver Oil. v .. Lindsay's Blood Searcher, ¦ _ Stover's Bitters, y . ' Uostotter'a ?tomnch Bitters, Sivnin's Panacea.' . Brojvn's Ksience of JamaicaGinger, . Uolmbold'sKstract tiucua. Itadway's Medicines, Spolding's Throat ' Confections, 1 BrowasTroclies, ' and other rcliablo Medicines at • SPANGtEK'8. Stores antr Cintoate

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Id=341 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

I l^a mil €a^s; SATS , " CAPS AND STRAW GOODS. I am now prepared- to fnrnlio my custouicra with all the new styles of Hsta, Caps and Straw Goods, - whlcli I vflll eelUow; J. L.BECHKBT. ! ,- ¦ 4daor»Sontpof Eygtar<Bro. TWTEW STOCK of STRAW GOODS X^ • at oldprico.at . nsCHEBT'S. QOFT HATS of all colors, styles, £5 and (jq alltiea.from fifty cents op, call and set bar eainsat • DEOHSHT'S.

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Id=296 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

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Id=345 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 29 July 1863

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

Sott'tteA in Oothaja-EfToi-ts » gcM C«afefler4Ue JSoeey—Texatlotjs Besay —StriKes a. Sealer and is 'KoKeffi *& oad Bone (tor. *: ,; ¦ - -.' Correspondence of This Frim&nE-Repoait&ry. • • \ '\ ' . XWYQRK^uly31,l863. : - Well/Colonel, jif j joii must have, my story for your " pajscr; Ii suppose you must, but I think thattlie teliiiig ofit-to you.personally p«ght to be enough. /-But ' for imercy's sake den't let Hazlett put it up in big headings, like.. "" ¦; . - J - ' " •• ' :.. ¦ . ¦ ' ¦ -- ' - -Sophtl^ed.in New York! . '? 11 1 How Sophthed Got Clear of his Confed-^. erate ^. Money in New York!!! •! -! Sophthed&moug the Brokers ancl Breakers . f <. : '• of New York!! ¦¦ - ' . • j- ' ' Running of tlie Blockade!', -I Nassau fa'not on an Island in -JST. Y.JBay,etc! for I. well knoW the;propensity o ' f an old printer. T.ohegin— - " , ' " ¦ ' ' You know weniado a. large sale, in fact a ' . twfioiesalp, to the* iRebels, while tli ' ey occupied &a...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

GOT ; CtBTIK.AND THE BltlTIA. -. The ;20th Regiment, under, comm,anSs ^ GoL-.Wm. IL Thomas, -was discharged on:tfee 26th ulfc, When ft lisiiasome stand df ! .-W^- metotaV colors was presented to them by G©v. Curtin, whoactedas the organ of. the donors. On the santoday the Blue Reserves weie^- charged. Before ihep left they were addressed by Gov. Curtin as follows: OfficerVaSii men of the . Blue Rcaery^j^i meet you hera thistnorning with an linugjtikf degree of pride dnd pleasure. IKaveteid my eye on your regiment ever since la^f fall * when I had the honor to addrea* you, at H»- gerstown, a$et the: enemy had" abandoned that region, where you had gbne .to meetJbiAj but without .the" opportunity; then;to-iribj; him. Fronvwliat. 1 then'saw I waa corivSft* ed that yoor iqify; yoor;Sti»te," aiid your coaatrjv<S>utd-rely, upon you should anyr emergency thereafter call you into the field; LMjt conviction; of that time" , has .now b' eooinSE* confirnied, an .established ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

PHILADELPHIA Tbe Union State Convention—Gov-'Cur-. tin—targe i Sales of government Seen-: <. ritles-Jlay Coo&e—Increase of Foreign Immigration—TI»e Christian Commission—The Draft. :;¦¦' • .. - :• - -..- ¦ '- -¦/ Correspondenceofihe' FninklitiEepository;' ' , ¦ ... P;HiL4i>EipiiLi rAng.'T,'18G3^" ¦ Pittsburg is juat now the centre Of attraction for-polvtieians, anS our.city will W^U represesteS jftfj the State ' Convention * on Wednesday, nest. It is understood that the present exceilentijncunibent of the Guber» riatorial chair 5as a clear majority of the Convention, and jthat, althpugVJie formally declined several months ago, he cannot, under the. circumstances, refuse now -to be a candidate, v. And if pure Patriotism,-untiring energy in the arduous duties which the war has thrown-upoif him, and devotion to the interesli of the tidier, give any claim to public favor, then' Gov: Curtvn has earned a renominati'on. That the-people" will ratify .the noiriin...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

Kevr Yorfe <$olet~&ov. Seymour . ofid I5calioj> EJnjjIiea—Incident!* of the Kiots—Fernando Wood—Con^x Sslaad—Sea Eniljinjf nncl ErtUeil Claiiw. Correspondeaco uf tbo Fjaphiis ilepositorj.' ' • ' ^ Kew Yobk, ,Aug. 1; 18G3. New York is quiet, not quiet like Chambersburg, but quiet relatively, compared with its former.self, before the riots. Business fijems very much* prostrated, and the business community apjv>::ir to avoid talking on the Bubjeet, being Iicaruly " asimmeti of and seriously akirmrdfor the business character of their city, for safety, both as a place of resort as well as investment. There is some httle satisfaction in knowing that 2>ew lork city, the city whence emanates the charge that we sell water in our hospitable valley for 10 cents a glass, ha3 been humiliated,by one of the most outrageous and causeless popular outbreaks of the present centnry. Ujavo heard but one opinion of Gov. Seymour and of Bishop Hnghcs—utter contempt a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

PernandoPo, and coul'd' nt separate one from the other. Nuwiiefore I die, I want to see Fernando's bro. Ben.-, the Benjamin of tho Wood family—Heaven save us. all from lignification. « I was on my waj' to Coney Island when I met the Hon. F. W., and had a great mind to turn back, for the little mythology I had learned at school tasjght me that the old Romans (and they knew something,) always turned back from an enterpr ise, if they met a snake.—Suppose you go with me to Coney Island, and take a bath and have a gUvm-bakc Here goes. Coney Island, like everything else around and about N. Y., is & false pretense, in other words wliat a friend of mine once described as a " no'sicha thing." I mean that Coney Island is not an Island excepting when the tide ia up—this same tide always being sure to flow after you get on the Island. It is situatod on the lower part orXong Island just outside of the narrows partly opposite that for^.kgo-^pshrf'ofwnd ciRES^nd^saS33ErTfrom which the ...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

of crying, like Alexander for more worlds to conquer, you are constrained to weep 1 that there are the clams, but where oh where are you to put them., Satisfied that this description will take many new visitors to Coney Island I will give you the '' modus operandi." You drive to a hotel, have your horse tied to a,rope under a shed, walk into a bar roo . m call for a drink, and say<; I want 'so many' clonm roasted by 'sucha time '"—Then you go otf to bathe. You order yonr clams bo as to have them ready the instant you came out. Lknew an. innocent youth once who forgot to order bis clams in advance, and having to wait a half hour for them, actually |ate lip his gloves and the butt end of his. carriage whip while waiting; A bath in the ocean gives one an immense appetite, the appetite partaking of the-immensity of the ocean. Well, if you have ordered thg_clams; (but mindrjx&sz^w^amy first) we will go down. i^o'fheDea.ch; whertt you will see about five or sis thousand...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

, »l, For. thoyrattblln.RcpOBttory -j PKOTHOSOTABY. In you|r last ' issue, you: very properly offer your columns to any one jwiio itej "¦vfi sli ti> present the. claims of his.friend'to tie Union party ofi Franklin county, for nomination^ at the next Conventi6n. - •; • " ¦ • - .Ma}. K. Shannon " Tayfor has. announced himself Lcandidate for Prothonotary. This is the'eqeond time ho has been before the party fo]r nomination^—the first time,standing second lih the-Convention. He wasaldeu tenant -in .the thre& months, service, which settles tie fact of his patriotism and devotion to-his country. -"He'has been a life long opr ponent to ' the Democratic—now disfoyal-|- pai-ty, and m every catopaign "was- always found ready to do any work assigned! him 1 , w&ich, bot-unfrequently was ata sacrifice; of timeiand money.. After .his defeat.threp years ago,'he entered the campaign spirited,-ly aiid did yeoman service, for ' the. .whole ticket He has recently lost,, i...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

'-."The Boston Post, ia theleadisgand mpet influential De'Mocratio;paper "iii;Kew $ngland^ It differs.with tlie administration ;oa many points, But.it fa not false io thocoiatryi In a. recent article on the drsftiit breathes atrue patriotic tone. Stsays^i.> "' "THe reaiitleaio?%ar\hare cbme\m^ei% rectly to our'o,wndo6rathanheretofore'. TJa army must bo resuscitated.r There is r.10 tfaaa fortbedil atbryproDeBs.rfyolttnteerir.^'; TA* enforced fllli^oWfia national ranks coi»«g at anioinentwhent 'tt thedanand cr»nnoibe said tb begrace&l^f jidneait mast ijecoBf^sert thatit is at a:time when the. national .pulse beats tha higpipstJH^a exultation of victory. It is <i &xmvMfM to join, hoi aiigscdmfitecL <m& Sro&n-ip^Ktf moiety,Ma e:b(tnd J ofHitfote, ihc monunuittntfTnumyiii vaU^im/ti^cld **

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

¦ lafs those who wish toBixvbrightgtara ia the darkesSiiisht look, at the American flag.

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

JITW«E IIBII.T O5f BTEfiRrt ¥a«MMPS At a recent meeting' jb c'13. in .TSTatiftri>il Sail, ' -' Philadelphia, toprombteithe- enlistment of negro troops, Judge Kelly idollyerjed ' aivadk dress replete with eloqueflca .-sii|i'gattIO>tisHt: "We subjoin several extracts^" -'1-.; : ] •:¦'.' . - ¦ ; " ¦ My FcUoio-Citizens,; —Bef&te j>rbeeeduig to the consideration of.,thegra.ye^uestion which-.brings.«s:together,' ' let,ia^-skyrtliatthe rebel army of 3Sprth .erji Virgimafe n<) more. [Immensercheering;]- ' As an.orgapizajtion,it will never leave thoioil of-PennSylyania, . thohgh -fragments of. it ' . inay- straggle across thVPotoniac. ^ [KenewBd ch.egriiigjy 'flen ' pe* fiirtTi Virginia* .is -dejlJtated:t6-!i&:e8iJoia| r_CheerC2\-Weat¥irg)tija.was freed . Uy "the suffrages 'of. hef" patriotic, 1 feri, and .Virginia by the jiowei: <?f- ' the::IJnited' States. /iApplause."J ISftvor-agaiitwiB r ih'ein^qlent ar iatocrjicy of ¦ the . .Oid' ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

JTa.tob McCook, the" venerable sir^'the; six fighting brothers McCooife", was a remarli;- able feature of the" Union- Convention ,i"f Ohio,.on the 17th.. He is the father oi Brig- , adier,General Kobert McCpoki murdered W the rebels, : and Major General Alexander M. McCook, commanding under Boseetans,; The ifajor and his sons have;been ultra J)efn- r ocrats, twojor three.of whom have 4alien.-.indefence of the country. In view " of .these facts,-the appeal' or"this brave' - old patriarch before the Cohvention,-in behalf of the so - . diers .ia .. the field, and,., in,. rdenunciatum./)f yillahdigliam and- ' disloyiltyf. was impres- ' sively eloonent' - : ' " " ¦¦; -. ' . -" --• ¦ . Tnte Hon., Bi C Grief, oneof the Jrfdge ' s. of the TI.,S. Silpreme " Court, ' presided at a. Union "VVitr lilieting at JVyilliamsport,. Pa.; recently. This, venerable Judge, who is looked upon, iis.the fourftain ' of the law ' in this Btate, is aDenfocrat,oneof the' old Jack son stamp; of unquestioned-...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

^EBEI. ¦ BA.BBAS£ITEES -EAST WEH . ' . ¦ SESSiEE. - ¦ . ' - "! "flThe editor of the' . Memphis . " '.BMttctwk has kjjten upon, a . visit to iTashville,. ' attending a -vState . Coavention. ..Re commuiiicat«s " the > s ife]) . owiflg- to hh -paper aid Touches' for Mb .^Inf ormant. It is ! sietehiiig-in detail—horri-]3>le in conception, and' the wretches who, per-,jietrate^,the ou ' trages.namqdi.ate not fit f<tf iJjanging. Some new and exquisite torture !?-fehpuJd be invented for their especial' b^nefi ' t. ' j fiere is the article: " . ' * ' " ' " -' " " ,. - '-";' <- ¦ r ' ;V Prom Col.. Bobert ' .Al Crawford, of 'Green ^{ jojinty, Tennessee,; jwho'^is a refugee, ' and j. 'wap one of the' vice ipresidents of .the State ^ tlonveathra flt JTash ' viUe ' ; ,we learn the folwwingfactsin feferene* iq rebelrula ja that 1 beautiful, "Switzerland, of AinericaVj' East ^Tennessee. ColoneI;Orawford'haa,a personal iLJnipwIedge 6f some of.Ihe.lacts, ' .having ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

j Tfy j ji t,jPf IS« t • i -^ J '=>-" ¦ •^;;^3^&%"* ~ " ;^^fEm|[0TEL, West Market \.» %• 'fst.(0c*tr Itit Brtdgt,CSjanHHirsTjuiB, Pa, : i'(w.»ulji«i!»r wbaldisapefetfally inform »l»o Tratelif>S (wjnmsiiity thtit he lm»tittlthR«filuinl'tuken )jm»06-(•iono^tilis Hotel;_|IeitujtiUtin aabi it ons i4 the must (lesirajjlo pJivics ibr " * tfii!5(je» iwi otbe»3 tu otop at tliat cflBfe Ibun3'inaay coiiiHry tuvu. U1S TABLE will atnll tiriws be isprfcad wjtb tbeloa-Btica and snbsfcuitiftls of Jhfl season. . ' - . - BIS CHAHBlSR3«re-targ«, w»UL reotllat«l,.a!i4; fi«ea ^t in iflodoyii 8tyi&. ^ L ft fflSiBAPl*ili*» «*1! BitpWiiStfftliu'&rseniMclioifle BWWtoaor-tlieyetyfetlKjaurl, t ' i'-- •' ": '- - WUolesoine ptoiendtt JOr etocS, tod atuodf ij bjfcavefol Mtlera. , ' . -- ; - -,.„-: ¦ j. • it. \ , i^iJ'rtiftsAjJJtlje at>Sre}^aTemiifr <sai\ii aatio&Witai 'V 5sll,M?%Bcttip ,,feiU>l*J>%ljim8»lf{iJenile» " * oriiyji!ca!*«( li...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

From tbo Sew YorK TriBnno. TEE BATTLE <*F GEKTSSBC&6 The days of June, were neati£,d&n^f" :. Tbo fields, with plenty ovonruni " , ' '*' ''• Were ripening '-neath the JiaFvelt Sun, '- , In fruitful Pen ' nsyiy' ania! *• ¦ / 6ang birds tod children*- " Allis/well P> When, sudden, over bill awl-dell;; • ¦Tie gloom of coming battle fell, " >— . On peaceful Pennsylvania! Through Maryland's historic land, ''* '"' '^WjJUWastfiil tongas aiii'spoiHtfgTiaHd, j JJ bsy burst—ajBerce and famished band, f! * \_ Uight into Pennsylvania. ' • I»SS3umb£rland.'s romantic vale.; 1 . -'•' •.•; .- • • \ "Was heard the plundered farmer's wail; JlnS^yery . mothcf's.cheek. wasipnle, ' *^*\ In wooming Pennsylvania"!'' ' 'With faant and jeer; ' ' aii;d shout and soiig; ^brough. rustic towns, they p;issM'alohg~- - .a^ confident and braggart throng—- ¦ ',-. '• . . . *M " > Through frightened.Pennsylvania ,3*l»e tidings startled hill and glcSn ' ; ' : ..l^p spr...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

MA 'SOJT & HA51LIK'B " " * ¦ •¦ ¦ ' CABINET OBVA XS, ' ^!V WITH OjSE OR TWO SETS OF REEDS, i . - .' ., Conmiaing tbo.. , . ¦AU10MATirj;SWEtL, DDVSSW i!EET.(JW3, KN£E-.' .'. sTOP, AXp. COMBINATION. VA1.TE. . fi^» Every Instrument Warranted Jor Five ± v ears. "i£ft - - ¦ - ' -- J?alcE3 UtQli STOAOS45U. : .-• ¦ ¦ •* ' •¦ The-Cabinet Orgnn is th^pniy Jnstrnaont ..wliich couilihits thi. ' re^uisitea. for tlinrtb and parlor music ; fur tbo ichocl rouni iind -tho itocutl foi«t)VAl ^Jtth^riitg. for yrhile it puRtessbs yuHiciflit power for tJio «cconni*« binient of n largo choitis, it in,' fmjji it* enpabiiily utall thndcB oftBcprtrssiohr anil -Its ' wonderful $resc> Mfo And diminuendo, liioj-t oirecttvi* as fitsoto iitMrument^ 'Itis Citiwbie'of orchestral n ' ffec ' tS; nn4" rajtjd 1 'anisic, m trcik, itrjieggt-'S, etc., . From its fltjstuiue<! ; tojjes. it Ikis' sCdecided auvantngeovev tno'piivno-furtc,for'th' prcndtr> "iiig<if.jn4uyof ,tliB cboicest-....

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