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Id=323 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

Bttavtn ann ±wzn Uj>1 A EEWARI) I—Strayed or Sto-Jjhl JIJ ion from tlio promise s <f Mr.-J!tt»r, In Green IWiwlui).about four miles from llroenrIH»i!f,-on Bun-, 'ny uiurntas. tholStli Inrf.'. ft tAUOB B^ Y MAKE, with •iHtaroii h?r rurelisad. fititr Wufk-fcet.BDiJ black niano iinil tftll-iUso-a slight star cm tho right for* ilionlrier. Sho left a sueUns colt at liome,. Ihe ubove rmvnrrt will hp oald to any one trlin discm.rand rotarn sum mare.to .,- ¦( ' - ^ l ¦ " ' JOilN* *-' AL, TniV22-'!t . ' ' Kfwlm 1 c. Cumb'd Co.. Pa.

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Id=354 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

JFwincial,; a^— ^ m. 1*5 orOBurasasBoao, July 20,1803.! STT STATES 5-20 LOAN.--The Se-\J 9 cretaryof tie Treasury; taring extended tho timo for receJvingiHibscriptiong W this ; loan, the undersigned gitea notlca that ha -wiSi contmno to - receive subscriptions and furnish the bonds with as little delay as "possible. Persons having enbscriBSa B'ett4ftae«re J i* quested to caU,and jqcoire their bottdr.:'= •» ¦ ' - July 22,'0Mt..f . ^ . . . «.a.MKSSERSMITH. '

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Id=341 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

TDROTH&RS of Soldiers i|a the Ser-O ^1«« > « to Hospitalscan -foriflslr ithea wltfc tto ffieOSMOKTthres^months for S5 cents; altmon&sfor Rft rnnts. or one. Tear for Sl.oo. ' , ' '* ' ~ " '"' .*

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Id=302 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

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Id=356 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

CARDS printed in every style, at lowest rates, at the office of tto FRANKLIN - PilMTORY. ¦ •> ' "*—-'¦'-—¦.' '¦ i" —-" ¦¦ ¦¦' i —— ¦ "' ¦ A - OHASfCB TO MAKE MONEY i XiL.'nio undereigncd ufferftt. 1'rlvot* Sale, on aitsiinhMatlng termsail that valifcole IHAi^XOlftANDBHij. a&ainst.5hotoa« towoship, Pranfelin Cunfaty, tn.^3 mil83Norta>w«*r4irthe village bt&i. Thomas, toonileU oyhmdsofD.Wilron'g Uefrg, "ffm. Fftansi, Bsu*. on4 oihers; containinc '•¦ --. - - ., ;" §2 ' « ACR-BS-V .' - . ---Ammt ]do Acrtauftliis Tr.ic! ar* clnare*«nd ia a fi^» st ateofenltivsittonVthe whute of whidt bos Men thi*' yuBh'jr Umed wJJhin the last few- years; the tmtsnett M Jjcayilrsctwia, ,0riving'rim(»er. Therei»a flo» U»»- j! tottB(inarty on. ihe-premises trota which a unjitrfcar inaH'yotLaneigui ad ^ The Improvement* cunaht-of «««« < J^wwrieil tog andJfraBioilWKJiWKSMOVafc'. -A FINK »ASK" UAKN, «rscteil laatsttBuwR ¦ o Water-.^ ower SAWs?lLb ,aadtt8TAVi5aadSHlSUt....

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Id=342 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 5 August 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

gtmWA fkpMf0ii LOCAL ITEMS Return of the IoSth Regiment.—The I68th regiment of Pennsylvania drafted men returned bore to . bo mustered out of service on-Thursday evening List, when the men were furlougned to go home until Monday. On that day they returned and were mustered out by, Lieut. C. M'Kibben, U. S. army, and :itivas expected they would bo pnid to-day.' As^ioon as paid they will be discharged. iThis regiment is Composed of most of the drafted men of this county—all but one company,, we . Relieve, which " joined the 165th. regiment,—and all the drafted men from Cumberland and Fulton. It is conceded on all hands that in point of discipline, efficiency and behavior generally, it was unsurpassed by any regiment in the. service. ; The men, as a class, were of our own best citizens, and they were most fortunate iii their officers. Col. David B. M'Kibbin, of the regular army, was entrusted with the command, and while he 'enforced the most thorough discipline, Jie -commande...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

PHILADELPHIA The Re-nominatioti of Gov. Cnrtin—nott ' it is' Responded To—His Care foe tl*» Soiaters-Brigti * Prospect for tHe ,j^Cai!>3 Cffl HSie. ._ ¦ ' ;_ " . " . .• .. ' j^- ' Correspondence of The Fnmklia Repository. _, Philadelphia, Aug. 8, f863»V> The ac$ai !pf the Pittsburg Convention^ wliieh"ha3 been for some time foreshadoweo^ is received here with every evidence of satisfaction, and will command at the polls ithe full strength of the party, besides the votes of hundreds of .loyal Democrats. J5ov. Cui? tin has alw.ays"been a .favorite in this city. Three years' ago, although there were several prominent candidates mthe field, he secured a majority of the delegates to the State Convention, and if he had not declined the nomination, a short time previous! to the delegate elections this year, he would, in all probability, have carried the 21 delegates from tnia city. As it was he had a majority of them. In 1860 Gov. . Curtin was -beaten here by Foster ne...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

At a meeting of the Union League,^ held in the Court House, on Fridav evening 1 lasV the following named gentlemen were elected as officers of the League forthe ensuing term: President—Captain John H. Repd. . , Vice Presidents—^D ^ O. Gehr and Captain John Drcbler. ' . ; l Recording Secretaries—B. L. Maurer vchA G. O. Seilhamer. ' . ' ' , Corresponding Secretary—W. S. Everett: Treasurer—Fredferick Henninger. . , Executive Committee^—D. O. Gehr, A. ti Caufman,, Jacob Henninger, J. N. Snider and John Rhodes. Our Citizen Prisohees.—A letter has been received from -Dr.'Hamilton, dated weekbefore last, stating that our Franklin county citizens captured by the rebels are all in Libby prison, Richmond. Another letter has been received here from $ military prisoner there,'dated:July 8Qth stating that oat citizen prisoners are ~ all there, in good health and hopeful of an earlyrolease. We learn from ' the Mercersburg Journal that James A. McCune, of Mercersburgi was severely burned in ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Chambebsbubq Ladies Branch of Sanitory Commission.—First account, of Miss L. Douglas, Treasurer. 1863.= db. ' ' April 1. Balance in" Treasury .$578 14 May. Rec'd from Miss J. Burn3....:. 5 00 " " Miss E. Armstrong 2 00 Mrs. Barnhart...... 50 " " " Mr. Briridle 5 00 June " Miss Sallie Wilson 10 00 " - ' " Thomas Gillan.i.... -3 00 July " Mrs.T. B. Kennedy 6 00 " . ¦ ' " MissDenriy 5 00 ' ¦' . - §613 64 1863., cb. _ ===== July 31. Paid Hoke& Co., for goods, $287 15 " •?. Wm. Wallace " 48 11 ; " " Jas. L. Black, " 33 29 " " Eyster & Bro., " -40 87 , " 'V'Etter '&Hamilton " ; 1 50 i » .-i for groceries 4 35 " "" " Board of soldiers at Dr. Sehlosser's...... ,. - 26 00 ¦ ;.' . Expenses of coffin and • case for soldier 10 00 Expenses of attendance ; - to soldier... :*-800 Digging gravefor sold. 2 50 Bill of freight ' ¦ 6 20 - ._. • - . $467 47 Aug. 1. Balance-In treasury S146 17 i '-jb. Dougxas, Treasurer.

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Two decisions have been made' by the Provost Marshal' General relating to the draft since we published a summary of the law and various orders. ¦ Substitutes between 18 and 20 may be furnished, if physically qualified for the service, and where a man pays §300 to exempt him from service, the Provost Marshal does " not draw another to fill the placa Some doubt has been expressed about drafted men getting bounty, advance pay, &c, as do volunteers. , In order to set the question at jest we copy the section of the act of congress. It is as follows: Sec. 2. And be itfurtHpr enacted, That all persons thus enrolled shall be subject for two years after the first d*ay of July ' succeeding the enrollment, to be called into themilitary service of the United States, and to continue in Bervice during the-present rebellion, not, however, exceeding the term of three years, and when called into servicesAaH be placed on the same footing, in all respects, as ¦voktnfeers for three years or...

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

An order has been issued forbidding the removal of bodies from the battle-ground of Gettysburg, during the months of August and September. It is as follows: Department of the Susquehanna, "i - ' Headq'rs, Gettysburg, July 80, 1863. f General Orders No 2.'—During the months of August jxoi ^September. -,1863, no eprjisj will bo allowed to oe disinterred from any of the burial-groundB, cemeteries, or battle^ grounds of Gettysburg. ^. The health of the wounded soldiers and citizens of this commu--nity'requires the stringent enforcement of this order, and any violation, of it reported to these headquarters will meet with summary and severe punishment. By command of H. C. Alleman, Colonel 86th Reg., Commanding Post. i. M. Utly, Post Adjusant.

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

The Fulton . County Court was held last week, but as the rebels had made a general jail delivery recently, there were- but few cases for trial. Mr. John Forney, who was under arrest for the murder of Lieut. Ford, had been taken away- by the rebels; but it seems that Ms Attorney . is advised of his whereabouts * as he gave- notice to Mr. McCauley, who prosecutes tW case, that Forney would a . ttend to answer the indictment at the October term. - Messrs'. John. A; Robison and H. G. Smith, who had been arrested with Forney as accessories, were discharged—Mr. McCauley stating that the Commonwealth had not sufficint evidence to justify him in asking for bills against them.

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Gen. Couch has issued the following order relative to re-captured horses: . Headquarters Dep't Susquehanna, ; \ August 10,1863. ' •/ General Orders'No. 10.—Persons claiming to own horses, now or hereafter in possession of the different Quarter Mastits of this Department, are hereby notified w&t upon their making an a ffidavit before a Justice of the Peace, and after tho reliability of the said parties making the oath havingbeensubstantiated by tho testimony of two respectable witnesses in Writing, they present such papers ta the Quarter Master holding the horse .or horse3 in. question, they will be.returntdto them. , The'Quarter Master , holding-these affadavits as 1 vouchers for said property.. By command of Maj. Gen. IX N. Couch. Robert IikRoy, Capt. and A. A. ,G.

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

The DkaPt.—The official order has been, received by Capt. Eyster, the " Provost Marshal, for the draft in this district, and it will be made as soon as the arrangements can be perfected. . He will give notice in each township-by handbill of the time of the draft. The quota j for the Congressional districtembracing the counties of Adams, Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset—ia 2,267, to •which fifty per cent niust'be added to cover discharges, &c., making tho total numberto be drawn 3, 400.' The,draft forall the counties will be made at the ' Provost .Marshal's headquartera in this place.

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

: Maj. Gen. Couch issued -the following order requiring the officers and troops in the Department of the Susquehanna, to observe tb!a"nkBgiving day: ,, Headq'rs Depab.tm|t Susquehanka \ Chambereburg, Aug. 4,1863. . j In obedience,to .the proclamation,of the President of the. United States, all, military commanders in this department are directed to boo that the. troopi under their command observe Thursday, the sixth day of August, 1869, as a day of thanksgiving, .prayer, and praise. By command of Mai. Gen. Couch. * J: S. SCHULTZE, A. A. G. The .Mercersburg- Journal says that the annual commencement of the College wa? held formally July 29thi. In consequenca of the state of- the country from th« late invasion ho speeches were delivered Vf the members of the graduating class. Ta» degree of A. B. was conferred upon 18 young gentlemen by the President. " The college notwithstanding all the i embarrassing circumstances of the times Is prospering. Ita Faculty and friends are encoura...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

ABIOWG THE BEAD AT POMPEII { . The disentombed city of Pompeii-presents #tgects of commanding interest to the stranger and traveler such as he can hardly find: elsewhere among the ruined cities of .the ¦World. 'When we walked among the ruins, wme years since, three miles of streets had fces*H>pened to the sun, which had remained Jhirfed for eighteen centuries. The walls of the houses were still standing—the sidewalks •and pavements in good order, and the fresco paintings on the walls, and the, mosaics of the floors were still fresh and beautiful. But ft new chapter has recently been opened in the history of Pompeii for the reading world, £nd some of its'.inhabitants have come into yievf after a concealment of eighteen bundled years.. A letter in the -Aiithcnoixiih informs us that two hundred men. women and jiprls are employed in excavating at Pompeii. Their writer says: *.' The excavations are being carried on in two ljK)ts, near the temple of Isis,, and near the Bous...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

THE WOOF OF I.IFE Sweetly sang the morning stara, heralding the rosy dawn and- arrowy sunbeams that, glancing in golden light over the dew-gemmed earth, wakened, its dwellers from slumber to the activity of life. Within a quiet dwelling, on a shore of a Jake whose rippling surface- is glowing with the reflection of golden light, a mother clasps the frail form of an infant 3on to her bosom ; raising her heart in prayer to God that his life may be useful and happy—snch a life as fit the immortal soul for a home of eternal light and joy. Low bending from above is a Deautiful angel clothed in garments; of purity, and—the silver radiance of its wings overshadows the new tborn babe with a halo of guardian love. The web of life jusfrbegun stretches onward through this mortal to the immortal beyond the shores of time, and as with prophetic eye^ the guardian angel sees the dark, silver and golden threads, that make the woof of life, woven into it, she breathes a vow to shield it from...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

A SPEECH, STKOJfG AXD EMPHATIC, BY GENERAL LOGAN On Major-Greneral Logan's arrival at Cairo the other day, from Yicksburg, he addressed a circle of welcoming friends, in substance, as follows,: ! It makes no difference whether you call me Democrat, Republican or Abolitionist—as some have of late named me. It does not change my feelings-;—doesnot alter my action. I anTfor ray country every time—for my country first, last and always, and am fighting for the right of that country to be numbered among the honored nations of the earth. - Until.this is brought about, and this Rebellion crushed out. I amJ>ut an Ameri¬ can citizen. When that right shall have been asserted, then, should we find that there is something wrong, in the fabric that our fathers reared, something we desire to change it will be time enough " to ^ffc'ujj and demand the change. 2fow weHaVC?his accursed Bebelliorf to root out." It .must be rooted out. - I am for using every means > and all means for p...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

SOW A BOMAN EHPEROB LIVED. Bruce, in his " Classic and Historic Portraits," gives the following sketch of thafe effeminate creature, the Emperor . Heliogabalus:— In his magnificence, Heliogabalus was truly Oriental. He had beds and couches of solid silver.. He adorned others of his beds with gold. His chariots glittered with gems. They were drawn sometimes by elephants, sometimes by stags, and sometimes by beautiful naked women. . His drinking and cooking vessels were.of silver. If e-^as also guilty of the luxury which at a later period, St. Chrysostom charges as a sin against the Christian ladies of Constantinople—of using vessels of the most precious material for the most ignoble purposes. He Had' cups artificially perfumed for drinking, , and others on which lacivious designs were sculptured; an iniquity not con--fined to ancient and heathen times. At table he reclined on couches stufied with the fur of hares .or the down of partridges. , He wore cloaks heavy with gems, and u...

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