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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
$te)® M\xtti$m$ "PARENTS of Soldiers^ the.Sers M ~ vice, or ln.HoopIta'8.can fornW».taMa;Witu tl» kEPOSTTOBY three mmllisforiScento; six uionthifdr So cents, or one ye« for $1.00. = .,. ¦ ._ ¦ .:- T BATHBRILEATHES, '—The subiJ scriberhs* for sale at his Tannery,, aflhe stock ol Buaoish and SUugh'er SoleLeatier. : .' , ' ^~ ^ ¦ Kip8,Cal&kin«, -' • - ¦ :-. "•-• :¦¦ - ¦ Harness and Upper Leather, .' _< . ¦ -. ¦ ¦'¦¦ " t- f- Morocco and Lining Skinv - Also—A largo stock of BOOTS £ SHOEi, Horsc-Collars,4e*,4c. ; - ¦ . ¦ • ,,, _•¦ - - Tho hirijeetmarictrrricopaidror nidcnMlckins. ' -*: . ;.. -..- J.B:WALKEK, -i -anK.Mt " — "'- ¦ ' "-Bunrtttslmn& P*. - i^ARDS printed «very style, at \ j lowest ratee, at the office of the FRANKLIN EEmrrORY. ,. - , .. v . TTAND-BPiLS, from thielargeBt to JL A- ihi smallwt. in plain or fancy colors, printed at tte^ce of the IKANKLIS HEPOSTTOkY. , UIEWS OF THEBATTLE-; Y : 6EOpKDATGErrYSBBR0,^A. • f. GVTZKmSr, 704 ' 'aniT06 ^r...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
BOY LOST.—^epBt ^ Iches, a lad about 12 years of age; lei t the . residence of hia '.•uthcr in Southampton township, about the 4th of July. > \ny person having information^,respecting his whero j bouts will confer a special favor to bis bereaved parents iy leaving word'ftt, or addressing this office- [nng. 5 ESTRAY.—Came to tbes Lumber Yard of the subscriber, the.secondvweek ol Jeff. Bivis' rule of our to fnX0VH SHALL. PIGS. Any peroaprovlngpropertyandpayingcnarges, can have the s ameby applying to jQ SAMUEL SEIBEB1T. j\rOTICE:-^Wherea8, Letters Tes-_i_^ tementary on the Estate ol-Samuel George late - ui Ouilford.township, dee'd, hsve ' Beai granted to tha subscribers. . -. ¦ - '•"" - All persons Indebted to the said Estate, are requested i to mato immedlat- paymentand those having claims oi Ucmonds against th& Estate ol said decedent, will moke i' thom known, without deUy, to . 1 , - JOHN EOWE, Orcencaatle, ; ., MABYOEOEGE,:GnUfordtwpi . _ 4n K^ ,- ¦- JSiecnlore....
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
Editor of. Repository—Dear Sir: With our permission I wish, to say to tlio rcadoi-s of *your paper that I will eeml by return mail to all ivho-wish it, (free) a Recipe, with full .dirtctions for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that.will effectually remove. In 10, minutes, Hraples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving tua same soft clear, tmooth and beautiful. - - I will also mail f rco to those. haviue Bald Heads or Bare Faces, ' simple dirtctions . and information that will enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a Moiutu-.he, in less than 30 days. All upplicatious answered by return mail without charge. Kespcotfully-yonrs, ^ . ; . ¦/¦ IHOS.r. CHAPMAN, t -i ^ . Chemist, july22'63-3m. No.S31 Broadway.XewYort. Madame Porter's Curative Balsam has long tested the truth that there are first principles iu ' Medicine as there Is in Science, and this Medicine is compounded on principles «ultsil to the manifold nature of M...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
The steamer Imperial, the first -boat from New Orleans, arrived at St. Louis on Tuesday morning. A large crowd of merchants and other citizens greeted her arrival, and a national salute was fired in'.honor of the opening of the Mississippi. The steamer Albert Pierce sailed the same evening for New-Orleans, with a heavy load of private freight and a large* passenger list. The Continental left on the previous day for the same port, heavily laden with Government flrorps. ¦ The Chicago Evening Journal, of Monday, says: We learn from oneSf our citizens, just returned'from Ohio, who'is well acquainted in the locality which he . visited—PaijJesville and thereabouts—that he. did not ^find one Democrat who would vote for Vallandigham fo.-Governor. From another source we learn that bets are offeringfin OhiothntVallandiglam won't carrv three comities in the State. "We are glad to learn that Hon. "Wm. Haslett, editor of the American, has been nominated by the Union men of Butler county fo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
'MTUIIWS IMPORTANT F-RO ' M'NORTH \ CAitQtJftfA. Jefit\ I&avis Dendxuiteeel. The Baleiih "Standard" Threatens ^Eevolutioa. \ ' = Y , ¦ A DELEGATION wNlfASHWGWN PROPOSED. Fobtkess Moneoe, August 2.—The steamer Escort arrived this morning with Newbern dates to the 1st instant\ The Raleigh Standard denounces Jeff. Davis as.arepudiator, in whomnoconfidence should be placed, and whose efforts to establish a Southern.Confederacy \vill\bea fail¬ ¦ ure. - v The Richmond Enquirer calls upon JcfF. Davis to suppress the'Ealeigh Standard ^ and wipe out the Supreme Court of North Cutolina. ¦ . . \ The Standard says:—"Governor Vftnc\ ¦will stand, by the Snpreme Court, and the Sfandai-dfiho, if necessary;, and if Jeff. Davis attempts to use physical force to suppress the Standard, Davis will be met W'th p hysical force, and a revolution in this State will be the result. John Mitchell, the editor of the Richmond Enqifirer, is an agent of Great Britain, which has long sought to divid...
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
a4-P£>3yriFlEE,:oi^ ." - ¦' • .:. '; . ;:• ' -,: ' ' .-COlTCSIfTBATBJO LTB. THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER, r; Tho pnbltc ' aro cautioned against the .SPUBI0T7S articla ofLYEfor mojiins SOAP, ic, nr>« Offered for sale.' She onlyQENTJINB and PATENTED Lye is fSa.V mad« iytte PENSSYLVANlX SAXTMAinWAOTil- ' ¦RIN Q COMPANY; their tradft-marki^foc ,)t being « sA-i "POmntS, OE CONCENTRATED iYE." The great BtJCCESSof this article has led DNPlUNCtPLKD PARTIES to «ntovor to IMITATE it, in violation of tbo CmnpiBy'sPAJ£KX3. - -• -;• =_ : .. . ' - All MASmA ' CTmEBS, B VTMsk mSSLZ,MBSot theseJSPOKJOOSLyss, jibhoreliy-jyoHKGED that the COSFASTisae employed as their A TTO&NHlrfs, GEO. HARDJNfl,, i^g- ' of PhUocPthoni WE BAEE%ELIi, Eaq!, W PiitMra, And that ati MAJmFAC^TBXS8 ,jmsa<aSSLZ BBS of Lye . io -violation of the rights of tha Company, yt\& b&PBO8E<fflTJ3D*toiKe. = _ ' *"' , ' TiW SAPOmVlSB , or CONCSJSTSATEO ITS , to fir sate by an Druggista...
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
; PMladelpMa Markets. ' . Philadelphia, Aug. 8,1863.. ' ; Plour—There is rather more-doing, the demand having somewhat increased both for shipment and hoine consumption. " The sales for esport reach 3,000 bbls., including :60fJ bbls. good Ohio extra family at $6; 400 bbls.' Meet brands ap.,at$6.50; 700bbls. Peterson & Marshall's.do.; 600 bbls. ' Broad Street Mills extra; and 500 bbl9. Jenny Lind family on terms' not made public i The sales to the home consumers have ranged from $5.37i for superfine, up to-57-50 for fancy lots, a<£ cording to quality. Kte FLOxn^-The demand has fallen off, and it is selling only in a small way at §4.50 ¦$ barrel. . . . - . ¦ . - - Co en Meal—Nothing doing, and wo continue last week's quotation. . . Wheat—The receipts have fallen off, and it is held firmly at an advance, but the dcrhdnd is quite moderate. Sales of 1100 bush, fair and prime old red- at. §firstname.lastname@example.org, and new at §email@example.com. - ' Bye—There is but little here, and wo quote ...
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
THE RETALIATION ORDER War " Department Adj 't Gen's Office, Washington, July 81.—General Orders, No. 252.—The following order of the President is published , for the information and government of all concerned:— Executive MansionWashington, D. C, July 30, 1863.-plt is the duty of every Government to give protection to its citizens,, of whatever class, color or condition, and especially to those who are duly organized as soldiers in the public service. The law of nations, and-the usages and customs of war, as carried on by civilized powers,, permit no distinction as to tolor in the treatment of prisoners of war as public enemies. To sell or enslave any captured person on account of his color, andfor.no" offense against the laws of war, is a relapse into barbarism, anc a crime against the civilization of the age. . The Governmentof the United States will givethe,snme projection to; all its Soldiers, arid if the enemy shall sell or! enslave any one because of his color the offi...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
THE DRAFT. C&SSnTCVWOSASi. . i'Th ' e.Act of Congress of March 3, 1863, for, 'enrolling and callingjouKhe national forces, commonly known as the-Conscription Law, has already been adjudged constitutional. . The District Court-of the ..United States for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, over which JudgeCadwslader, an eKfreme I)enioerat,. presides, decided the question in a case arising on a writ of habeas corpus on the 27th:of March, 1803. and.fully affirmed the constitutionality of the law. ¦ The question arose as follows i ' • ¦ ¦ '¦- - 1 A deserter who -had been drafted under the act of July 17,1862,' was arrested by a Provost Marshal op the authority of that provis-. ion of the act of/i803 which legalizes the arrrest of persons called into service under any act of Congress- A'writ of habeas corpus was granted by JudgeCadwalader, and on the return to ffittt writ, the case was argued in fall. . Much of the discussion was upon other points than that of the constituti...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
A RECONNOISSANCEAND A FICHT Headquarters Army of the Potomac Aug. 2, 1863.—Gen. Buford's cavalry, artillery and a supporting iniiintry ^ . forcq crossed the Kappahiumock at the railroad t station yesterday, and thence with his eavalry\,and artillery he proceeded towards Cuipepper, driving Stuart's cavalry before him. j When near Culpepper Gen. Buford encountered a large rebel force of infantry and artillery, and a fierce fight ensued) lasting until dark, when he withdrew to & strong position east of Brandy Station. The loss on both sides was considerable. , i This rceonnoissance confirms the reported concentration of Lee ' s forces near Culpepper" , and indicates that his present headquarters are at Stevensburg, four miles southeast of Culpepper. .. ' - ¦! The 129 sutler wagons captured nearlFairfas on Thursday night by Mosoby and his band, were recaptured with all their contents on Friday morning, near Aldie, by Jtjhe 2d Massachusetts Cavalry. A skirmish, ensued b...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
DIED On the morning of,the 4th inst., in this place, Mr. Richard .Bcrdes, an old and esteemed resident, aged 81, years^ -. :. On the 20th ult., near Frederick, Md., Mr. jAiiES R. Weagi-kt, aged 38 years, 6 months, and 2Idavs. . . ' On the 24th of May lasti in .Canton, ,111., Mr. George Kikffer, aged about 65 years. Mr. K. was a.native of this county, being a brother of Dewalt Eieffer. He lived many years in Clearspring,. Md,, whence he removed about five years-ago, to Canton, III, On the Slstult., it Strasburg, after, ji lingering illness, Samcei, i GiLMOBE , Esq., aged 66 years. _.•'¦!'. , On the 8th inst., suddenly, at CJuincyV Mr. Geo. A. AxdersoXj in the 50th year of his age. ¦ ; ¦¦ ¦ - . - . . - ' ' . - ' . " . " ' - •- Oiithe 1st of June,; at Camp Falmouth, Va., Corporal Geobqe H. C. M'Ginness, Co. G, 14Uth Reg't P. .V., aged 21'years. This younp iiiA ' n was a' cUHd of the covenant; -the son or the Hcv. J. Ti M"Glnnes», formerly of Shade Gaju He was conaucraxoil to fl...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
"Whsn tke government eaus for ne-,gro soldiers to defend the Qld Flag «,nd present the RepsbHc, the copperheads iiiuigwantJy' declare that this " is \ white i&an's waf" and they alone shall win oar battles, and must not. _ fight on Banality with negroes. When the g&vefhnient calls for white volnntcers , they .denounce tha ' wavas a.* nigger wai'"and discourage enlistments by declaring tlfat the "niggerworshippers" must fight it out. When the -authorities refuse negroes as substitutes for white;men who are drafted, they denounce the government' because it does not regard the negro soldier as on perfect equality ^rith the white. " ' Father," said an inspiring youth, " you must either quit praying or swearing,' I don't care much which I"'
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
BEIG. GSS. ALEXANDER HAMILTON Coffrotii. M. C. from this district, of courso had his,share m the^ghory ^-of Gettysburg. He unfortunately did . Hot get there until after the " battle was over, doubtless owing to bad Troads or delayed trains; but when he did get there he valiantly berated the Union-troops for burning =a few rails and'drinking butter-milk, and-rushed to Harris oars to; recover damasres. \lrhen last heard from he was explaining to an itinerant tinker how he had been elected .to Cojjgress from this district—all the residents and fre¬ quenters of the Capitol having heard the thrilling story from ten to forty times from his own lips before.— Lightning and elections do strike queerly sometimes I ! ;
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
; -When Jeff. Davis had a succession of advantages iu the field by the battles of Chaneellorsville and the repulses at Port Hudson and Ticksburg. ¦ he -exhibited his 'eminently Christian character by proposing to murder half tEe Union officers in his hands. When his murderous hosts were captured at Port Hudson and Vicksbur'g, - and routed at Gettysburg, Jeff, postpones hanging and appoints a day of humiliation and prayer. Sensible Jeff.! —A Hicksite quaker authorizes the Independent to say that the "friends" addressed by Gov. Seymour during the New York riots, do not belong to the regular meeting! ¦ *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
REPORT OF THE MARKETS : - PRICE CTKBEST ,i .— .- - " - ¦ .... •OF . ' - ' ¦ ''-¦/ ' " ; ¦ - r E-3rS '< rSJB _ &;" . B^ P ?Si « , * . . COBBECTED WEEKtT. . ' r ' . .. . i- - ' : . CBA.MBBRSBURa ,Aae.i,lS^ BCTTIE...'..«« 10 WASB23J ' W0Ot....«~.i 60 : Esas.™ ^»_ . . . 10 C.VWASBEC TTOOI........ 33 Lard „.„..«... 8 Cdoves. Seo>............_ * 00 'fMiow ;.„..;.,„... 8 Totoinr Seed.— ™ S 00 Soap _»....»......4to6 Fiax Sia)....».U_.M... 200 jBacos Haus.....«...-» 13 Pabed Ieacbis-.....U 3 00 t B«C05 SlDEa 7 USPABEB PZACBSS...... 1 60 'tioop Beams 1... 1 60 Dbjsd Aiple3».™....... 100 CHAMBERSBVRG FLOUR AND GRAIN ; .. , ; MARKET. COBBECTED !irf CHAMBEBSBTXBG MILLS. >¦ Flour-White «..«..^,..^ „ $r.O9 Floar—Red , ., ,.„ ,. " .„; _. 6 60 Wheat ^White..... ' „ „' 1 20 Wheat—Red... i.; ' .. " .l.V.. ' ..i - 1 16 Rye — : „_ „ ..„.,.„. 85 Corn..................... „., „ .„„.„ ' 80 Oats..... ....«'. 60
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
" . The Hagerstown Hcrald' and Torch appeared last week again, firmly as ever devoted to the, cause of the Union. It justly deprecates the split in the TJnion ranks of Maryland which has resulted in two . candidates for, Controller. The Union men, of Maryland cannot afford to be divided. Their enemies are the enemies of the Eepublic and they will be united j and may triumph.; if _ the loyal men divide their strength. Iioyal men.of Marykind! the hopo of your State _is in mainthining your ascendency! Men innst bej subordinated to the great Cause of ! a common country I
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
- The. Fulton Democrat, edited by the member of the Democratic State Committee for tHisdistrict, seems exceedingly ambitious to get up a small draft riot in Fulton, county. In a late issue an editorial review of the conscription bill thus apologizes for the' copperhead thieves and murderers of . New Yo'rk: "Is it afcy wonder then that an .excited populace should refuse to submit quietly to laws supposed to bo unjust, ami believed to Be unconstitutional ? Is it ^jtrahge that we should have rioU and resistance to the draft, whoa those in high places have set an example of utter disregard of all law, an example which a populace more virtuous, and more patriotic, thau their present rulers have been slrvs,- to follow ?" ¦
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
The Democrats of Perry have nominated John A. Magee, of the ' Democrat, for Assembly ; John C.liindsey for Prothonotary; Wm. Grier. for Register, and James B' . Hackett for Treasurer. Magee was chosen by seven majority last year by the home vote, while the volunteer vote defeated him b y about 150 ; but ho got his seat ond served nevertheless, devoting his energies to advance, the policy of the ultra Democrats: If the Union men of Perry will do their whole duty this fall, they will be differently ¦represented. They should bear in mind that eight additional votes cast by Union sluggards, who staid at home last fall, would have made Kennedy the member, and his vote.would have chosen a Union- U. S. Senator in place of Buckalew.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863
. New York, August 3.—The steamer Fultqn, from Port Eoyal, with dates to'the 31st ult., arrived during tha night. Her officers report the sieg ~ e of Fort Wagner still progressing. Gen. Gilmore ha* mounted a- number of two hundred pounder siege guns vrithin one mile of Fort Sumptcr. He is ¦ confident of reducing both Sumter and Fort Wagner, in a short time ¦ The New South says: Just ns we go to press it is reported that Gen. Kosecrans is within 30 miles of Savannah. [This report in regard to Rosecrans' whereabouts is, of course, sensational. " Old Koscy" will march as fast in hot weather as the next General, but an inland march of 400 miles away from his, base of, supplies, in the course of, a fortnight, is; ' .'too big a, thing" for even him to attempt in the nice of the dog dnys.—Ed.]