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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
-JTEROSENE OIL. _|\ — ' !• WILLIAM GELW1CK8 wuulesnle sad retail GROCER, oaths DiamondChamburg, Pa ^ has been appointed Agent for Franklin county of ono or tho best K KROSENE OIL COMPANIES In the gtate, and wilt sell OIL , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL as low any Houso in Flttsburg or ilPhiladelphia.' look to your interest and boy yonr OIL whero yon got it tho Cheapest, mil where It is always warranted, to he tha very first .quality. . fJuly2!V<»-tr. , Restaurants. ¦ ORANKLIN HALL RESTAURF 1 ANT,—MARTIN BROWN,,Proprletot. This wellknown Eating Saloon is fitted up in elegant stylo, and the andoreigied is prepared to serve np. FRESH OYSTERS, FISH, tROOS, TRIPE, CHICKENS, TtJOTLS and CLAM SOUP, and Game of all binds.' WASHABACGH'S AND HTDWW'S ALB, constantly on hand . : He respectfully asks a continuance of tho patronage bo liberally bestowed by Jiia friends and the public. - Jane 17, '63. MARTIN BROWK. EGHANICS who desire to es-K^e ' ePoISSS: 8110013 WiVSB?laB Sa th
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
DAYID M. BIKER, UNDEKTAKER* SECOXD STREETBETWt.BN BARA£/ AtfD QUEEN, CSAilBBHSBUIiGPA., attends to tha bnsiuesB rn all its various branches. Particular attention paid to Laying out. Dressing, Ac. Having the advantage of a forgo custom, and of baying bis stock, cheap for cash., he can, fnrnlsh COFFINS, OF EYEET DESCKIPTION, at lower rates than any other establishment in town or county. He does not i\s u Chair Maker offer his services, but ax an Unilcrlajcer ofjifleen yrars' experience in the business. Persons requiring the Bervices of an Undertaker for their families or friends, would nnd it materially to their advantage to give him a call. L He is alao prepai ed tii preserve bodies during thesummer months, any length of time. Having purchased the exclusive rigUt to use Snider's Improved Metliodof Covering Coffins, he Is theroby enabled to furnish a Buck CovbrsdCojput at an exceedingly low rate. And also having a now and elegant HE.IHSK.ho is prepared to furnish Coffins to any part...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
NEW. CABINET-WARE ROOMS. The undersigned respectful y announces to the liHe-ds of Chambersbnrg tind vicinity, that be has taken the Rooms immediately adjoining tho office of Dr. Suesserott,on Main street, where ho intends to manufacture every discrlption of' , - ¦ . CABINET-WARE, ' Such as Sofas, . Parlor Table3, Common Bureaus. Murdiobea; , Xreakfost do. Dressing do. ¦ now style, ' Dimng do. SafesSinks. Lounged, . . , - Book Cases, - Wash Stands, Hocking Chairs, Secretaries, - Bedsteads, &c. Fine Par. do. '- Clothes Horse, new style; • All work constructed by him is warranted,from tie fine-it So£t down to the most common srort.' - COFFINS. ' Particular attentionwil^ be given to tho making ot Coffins of any desfred slyl&—Cloth, Walnut or Cherry. «3t,KeniembQr, when you buy yonr Enrnituro from DA VID W. GBOSSJIAS, you are getting the latest stylo and tho best of work. ,?>.A June 17,1863. " : BAVID I^^JKOSSMAN.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
T HE " DUTCH SETTLEMENT " 6D0WN T0WN1—Extensive Tin, Copper and itires &,\.-ilUlimenttl—'the nnd»r3ignei! reapectfuily informs'his friends and the public generally that no has renioved Uis establishment from the "IhitcU Settlement" up ttreru, to the spacious Kooro foraierly occupied by Minnich & Brand, and nearly opposite White's Ciothing istore. He.has just received a large assortirient of COOK, COAL, fAKLOK and NlNK-PLiTt; .SIVVBS of tliu most approved and latest patterns, whicb ho cau and is det rmined toseitas cheap; il not a little cheaper, than can be bad elaewtier$ in the country, He lias also, and intends keeping constantly on hand. A lurge assortment of Tin, Copper and i?beet-.lron Ware made of the best material and by good workmen. 4®* Persons in want of anything in the above line are requested to give him a cali befjre purchasing elsewhere, aa hefeclscouvinced thathe_c<tnt>uil thenicitbcr as regards the article or the price. SPOUTINGmachf a...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
\ RtadmarteTsProvost marshal, ~ ] \ lUh District, Pennsylvania; J-\ Chambersbdrg, .July 26,1863. I npO ANSJVER NUMEROUS INI qoirics nddressed to thft office, tho following is publiBhed, being Section I of Cbcular 22, issued from tiro i.urcau ot the Provost Marshal General, June 12,1863: The "designated rendttvoua"^ at ' which aB' persons drafted into the* service of flieiJnited States aro required to reportunder section 12 of tho "Act for enrolling and caltlng out the National force* " shall be the Hoadquar-1 turs of tho Provost Marshal' s District in which they shall have been drawn in tho draft. ¦ QEO. EYBT£R July 29-3t. Captain aud Provost Marnn&l. NOTICE OP PARTNERSHIP.— JjoticB ishereby given' that the undersigned have this day entered into partnerahipin the Coach-Makingt business, in nil its 'arioos branches, nndor the name a Peiffer A Foltz. Theeaid firm -will do Imsinesnit tho stand lately occupied by ,PV Henry P«iffer ' & Co.and wouldrespectfuHysollclta ...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
KiiNN^Ui'S Medical Uikcov^ry, ¦ Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Semo'sCod Liver Oil, ' . 1 Lindsay's Blood Searcher, . Stover's Bitter*. ilostuttcr's Stomach Bitters, gwain's Panacea, Brown's Esaence of JamaicaGinger , : Ueluibuld's Extract Ruchu, - ' Kadway's Mcdicinen, Spaldinn's Thrnat Confections, ISrownsTrocftes, " and other reliable Medicines at SHASOL^R'S. Stofaes an* Cintoare
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
Union State Convention, PirrsBtfEG, August 6.—The Union State Convention assembled this morning, at 11 o'clock, at Concert Hall. Gen. C. P. Markle, chairman of the State Committee, <alled the Convention to order. James Campbell, of. Schuylkill county, nominated H. D. Maxwell, of Northampton as temporary chairman. • Thomas. Marshall, of Allegheny county, nominated Geo. V. Lawrence, of Washington. Hon. E. M'Pherson, of Adams, was unanimously elected Secretary. . • The Convention then proceeded to enroll its delegates. H. D. Maxwell (the'Curtin candidate) received 75 votes, and Geo. V. Lawrence (opposite) 45 votes. Mr. - Maxwell then, took the chair; and in a few remarks thanked-the Convention for the honor, and made an earnest appeal for unity of action, imploring the . Convention to nominate a man who would do honor to the State, and sustain the cau^e in which we are engaged to save the Union from the rebel foes who now threaten it. (Applause.) SENATORIAL DELEGATES. Phil...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
«K4t<V*f ffi UBItKTiltOiil Never before in the history of the war have the traitors of the South so widely felt the utter hopelessness of their bad cause as now. From one end-of the so-called Confederacy to the other, there comes up a universal wail of despondency, and the archfiend of the bloody drama pleads as if in the midnight of despair to have himself sustained still a little longer in his career of crime. He has issued' a long proclamation, m which he whines piteouely to his lesser comrades in treason to rally to their shattered and despairing ranks, and complains that there is a want of alacrity in_ responding to the call for men. He grants an } entire amnesty to all deserters whoj may return to the ranks in twenty day' s. The Richmond papers are now discussing the probable, fall of Charleston. They seem to liave recognized the hand-writing on the wall, arid most reluctantly are preparing to give up the hot-bed of treason. The -Enquirer thinks that the loss ...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
FA~STSG THfe &ERA1.TY Gov. Seymour and Bis " friends," who enjoyed the luxurj^of free killing, robbing, burning, &c. fon several days in-New York, have succeeded in several things, although they didnot quite stop the draft. They demonstrated beyond all doubt that as long as mere empty professions were required, Gov. Seymour could be classed with the qualified supporters of the government ; but that as soon as he was called upon to lend a helping hand to maintain the supremacy of the laws, and avert the ruthless butchery and robbery of his own people, he was ready to throw h ' is whole official power against the Union cause. Had he uniformly maintained that the support of the law was the first duty of the citizen, there'would have been no riots in . New York. It . was his well understood sympathy with the lawless, that emboldened the thieves and murderers of that city to array themselves against the government, in order to glut their infernal appetites witho...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
GOTEBWOS CBKTTH !- The nomination of Gov. Curtin, at ftttsburg, by more than a two-thirds vote, in the face of the skill an& appliances employed to compass the^sele.ction.of a new ' and negative man, is ft tribute to the Union candidate for Governor such" as has rarely if ever tteen avrarded^o an Executive officer in Pennsylvania. Some four months »go, for reasons personal to himself, he formally withdrew from the contest; and we are well assured that JBone regretted more than himself the ^eeessLty, &s, unlocked for as it was . imperative, that compelled him to bepoine the Union standard - bearer, or disregard a high and holy-duty to his tftrantry in an hour of deepest periL • The administration of Gov. Curtin Stands out in bold relief in the histoty of administrations.-with none but itself its parallel. Called into power when the. dark , clouds of fraternal conflict ' overshadowed us, it had first to withstand the treachery of the faithless, who camenn the...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
The Democrats of Maine .• have nominated Bion Bradbury for Governor, and declared in their resolutions that the rebels should be " welcomed with all their dignity, equality and rights unimpaired" -back into the Union " should they show ¦ a disposition to return." Hadn't they better propose to pay Jeff's. little debt, remunerate him for rall the negroes lost in his army : while fighting ' the dofenders of the ynion, afld appolgize for the. rudeness of BanUs, Grant, Meade and Rosecrans in impairing their "dignity" by flogging or capturing; them at Port Hudson, Vicksburg, Gettysburg an/d Tnllahoma ? Of course the Maine Democracy declare the conscription " unjust and oppressive | " but they don't say whether they regard it as "unjust and oppressive" to the people of the North, or to i&eir chivjilric friends in rebeldom. who are to be welcomed back with their dignity unimpaired. It cannot be doubted that the di'aft most seriously threatens new humiliations upon the " dignit...
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
Let every Union-voter bear in mind that the Delegate elections will l>e held on Saturday -next, between the hours of two and six in the ' afternoon. The place to begin the jwork. of forming a good ticket is at the primary elections. With prudent, reliable men yi the Convention, we 1 cannot fail to have our strongest and most/aceeptable men selected. ¦ , / Every indication point/to a bitter contest in Franklin county. The Democrats are emboldened, by, the distractions and siipineneBS of our friends last fall, to make a desperate effort to elect their entire ticket at the next-election . . If they shall do so, it must be because full eight hundred Union men fail to do their duty. -Let th^^ork ^ of organization begin now ; let|us have the strongest ticket that can be selected, and we have but to ¦vy ill it, and from eight hundred to one thousand majority can be given for it.
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
Ths nomination .of Hon.JQaniel Aonew, of Beaver, as the Union candidate for Supreme Judge, was a most fortunate one. He stands confessed^ ly first among the common pleas Judges of the State, and his spotless character, and eminent > Judicial ability will adorn the Supreme Bench of Pennsylvania. H. L. Pai.mer has been nominated by the Democrats of Wisconsin for Governor. He will be next to the man who shall be elected.
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
BXION COTHFOTY «nSVE18T»«»W ' The Union . nien of Franklin County, »hbont distinction of :party, who aro willing to unite tn& cordial support or tUo Administration in the prosetbtlon of the War forthepresomtion of tboTJnlon.aro ¦leqneBtcd to meet at tjjonsoal places for l.olding inch <kctlon»,on SATURDAY, AUGUST 15TH,botweentIiB lonrsof 2 andO o'clock, P. il., and ELECT DELESAT ESJomcct in COUNT! CONVENTION, In Ctam-*er8lmr5ToiH3/Oivp^ ' r, A VQ VST 17 TIT, at 11 o'doct, IB said dnj-, to noininata a COUNTS' TI< 'KET/to bo snpj ported by the Union men of Franklin county at tho next ^leB'tfal election. " , ' , . GEO. EYSTEK, B.Ssussos Tatiob, Seo* y. Chairman Union Co. Com. 1 •m.1,'68. ' ' ¦ ¦ . ¦
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
cKY The Tebels ^ have ever looked with a longing heart ' upon Kentucky, and have made some most desperate struggles to receive it in the deadly embrace of secession. Breekinridge, upon whom the State had lavished its honors with an unsparing hand,baBely betrayed her people, and attempted by every possible, fraud to aceom- plisk what the honest voters steadily refused to sanction ,* and her Executive was steeped in treason, and only ceased his efforts to carry her out when he was driven from' office by, the decisive declaration of the people in favor of #ie Union. . Since then- Kentucky has vibrated like cthe unsettled needle, because of faithless or timid j Union men who attempted to lead her loosely in the rear-guard of the Union cause; but whenever the ballot-box could utter the' sentiments of her. sons,-they have declared for the Union without condition ' or qualification. So they did two years ago; again a year ago, and.now they have chosen a straightout .Union Gover...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
i teto atfoflSteementsi Headquarters, Provost Marshal, ) ¦ ' ; IBtt District, P<amwtvai ia;..; ' ' V ChACibersbarji, AogU3t 10,1803. j ffHE FOLLOWING IS THE LAN-1 GUAGK of Soc.'Sdof tho Act df ConETeas, passed W.ch3,1863; ;;, ; • J. " Seo.2. That thafollowing persons be- ana. theyrore hereby, excepted and exempt from the provlifons ofjtliia act, and shall not to liable to military duty under the samu, to wit: Such as nro rejected as physic illy «r men* tiUly unfit for the xervice; also, firstthe Vice-President of the Cu<tedStates, thejfudgi-s of the variouscour_teaf the United states, tlio heads of tho various executive departiuehts 01 the government and the gownars of th6 several States, gecoud, the only son liable to military duty of u widow dependent upon his labor "tot support Third, the only son oftiged or infirm ptrentor parents dependent upun liU labjr for support, fourth, where 7 thereare two ornioresonsof ageu or inurm pareots subject tu draftthe fathe...
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863
tfnd a participant in treason—the clas3 whose 'detestable practices not only give 1 aid and) comfort to the common^nemy, but, as,'con-' fesBed at Eichmond, light up these days ot rebel-darkness and disaster, and stimulate them tp-renewed and desperate efforts to recruit their armies and to whom a part iff this day justly chargeable whate%r of vital-f ity tho rebellion preserves,* and Whatever calamity and affliction the further protraction of the contest may involve. : But for North crn sympathizers with Southern treason and the hopes which their treasonable existence! inspire. * , the rebellion would have sunk under - the 'staggering 1 blows dealt at Gettysburg! Vscfcsburg. and Port Hudson. . , I Jicsolvcd, That wholly without sympathy! for the men who have made this war against a freo Rspublican Government, or for a system of human bondage, in whose interest it was instigated, or causeqf despotic principles to-which it-is devoted, this -Convention del Clares all engaged therei...