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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

On motion the nomination was mado unanimous. ' J AXTDITOK. ' " ' Amberson^........'........'.. OJ1 Caufmnn...................... # Etter 15 1 " WILLIAM 8. AMBEKSON having received 11 majority of the votes cast was daclared the nominee for Auditor. '. ' ', . On motion the nomination wasmadounani mous. . ¦ 1 ( , ". ' " The Convention then weni into a nomiimtion for a candidate for the.Legislature. The following gentlemen were nominated; John A. Hyssong, of Mercersburg, T. J. Kill, of. Chnmb ~ ersburg ~ F^-.S. -Stumbaugh, of Chambersburg, W. ^ Everett, of Cham"bersburg, and Gep.,.Copk, of Upton. The Conventio|f^)roceeded to ballot witfc thefollowine result: ¦ . ; --- - - 1st 2d 33 Hyssong... »...:. , .< . ; 12 10 ¦ f Ml ..=.5.. ,,i 18 30 < 48 StumlmugU,,.. „ 23 10 17. OJverett^..;.'. :..„ 11 , u * Cook ':..' . ^....^.t... :...._ 13 I T.-^.^NILL having received a majority of.-th*e ' votes cast was declared the nominee of tHe Convention for tho Legislature. ! On-motion ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

- ; ' . . . " " . • . /4-' !¦ • ¦; ¦ 9 ¦ - ¦ ' ¦' - '- ;¦ " ' ' : ShoT^Hg Folly and Morris Islands, the Location of Ml the Rebel Forts and Batteries, f the number of their Guns and range of fire.

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

. —, ¦ j . From thB N. T. ledger, XTORTJ&» A CHILD'S HEABT. BY l T. S. ARTHUR. "I.don't expect anything of my children 1" - • TWe tone was fretful, . with a ¦quality " of accusation. ' The face of the speaker wore an injured look. . t A boy' between fourteen and fifteen years of age, sat reading. He moved uneasily, as if pain, had disturbed him.; but he did not lift Ms eyes from the page op which they were resting" The harder a mother slaves for her children the less they care for her." . The boy nroved again; almost with a start, as though the pain felt un instant before'Iiad suddenly increased. "itrMihildren are thankless!" So the speaker kept on ^ 'talking ta a friend", yet really thrusting at the boy. "Not all," answered the friend. i( I have a mother and I know my "heart in regard to her. It is full of love and gratitudo, ~ and I ^ canno ' t romfcrnbeis^he time when it "/vas lint Bn " ^ ^-^ " There are exceptions to all rules; An* besides there are few women. li...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

SPEECH OW &AMEL S. SICSIXSOA Theladies of Binghamptonhave been preparing a flag for Mr. Montgomery of Vicksburg, formerly editor of the IPA^in that city, in honor of the spirit and .loyalty displayed by Ms wife in refusing to permit the rebel flag to be raised upon her bouse. For this refusal she and her family were banished. Her husband was arrested and sentenced to be hanged for iio ' other alleged offence except that of being a Union man. He however succeeded in escaping. He is now about to return home to start an out-and-out antislavery paper—having come-to believe th.at slavery must beextinguished in order-to close this war. A public meeting was held last week at Binghampton for the presentation of .the. flag —an elegant silk one—and Daniel S. Dickinson presided. John Clappj with an appropriate speech, delivered the flag to Mr. Montgomery ; who replied, giving his history, his purpose and sentiments' , and denouncing the infamous conduct of copperheads. \ ' . . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Mw$8x& ' '$Atim Bcidqiiariirs , Provost tfarihat , ) 16th District, Ptntuyhania, >¦ - ¦ ..ChiimtHsMlmrg, August 10,1S63. J npHE FOLLOWING IS-THB LAN-1 GUAGB of Sec Ziat the Act of Congress, passed !Wch3,18l33; . " ¦ " . Sec. 2. That tho following persons he, and they are hereby, excepted and eaempt from the provisions .at this act,andsiuilliiot beiiabio to military duty under- the same, to wit: Such as aro rejected as physic-iUj or mentally unfit fit tha service; alsofflrst, tho Vice-President of ttie Dulted States, the juiigi'9 of the Various courts-el theT>nited!;tates,thehend9of thevarious executive departments oj tho guvernnieut and.tho ^overaors of tlio several Mtntes. Second, th$ =only eon liable to luilitarj duty of a widow dependent 'upon his lubor for support. Thirtl. thuonly son of aged or inflrin pdrent or parents depeudentuponOis labjr for., support, Fourth, whure f hore are t«o or more eons of aged or infirm parents subjsct to draft, tie fath...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

NEW. CABINET-WARE ROOMS. The undersigned respectful y announces to thft citizens of Chambersbnrg and vicinity, ttmt lie hnsta^en the ' Koonisiromedintely adjuiiiiug thy officD of l>r. Sae.-*- serottjon Main street, where Ue intends tp manufacture every discription oi ;GABINET-'WAIIE, ^ '^ Such tis Sollia, Parlor Taltles, | Conimon Bnr«uiB. \\nrdiooes, Breakftist do. fDreasiug do" . ^ new stylo, . Dining do. } S.ifes. Sinks, Lounges, Buck Cases, . j Wash Sthitcla, ltocliing Chairs, Secretarit>3, | toedMtoada, fie. 5?ino Pur. do. < iothes Horse, new style, j All work conatmcted by him in warranted,from the fluent SoJa down to the most common wotfe. COFFINS. • . Particular Rttenttun will ba given to the " maklnj ot Comns of any desired style—Cloth, Walnut or Cherry. tj=SL,Kcraambor," when you btiy your Furniture frrim DAVID W. GROSSMAN, you are geUiug tho latest ai*le and tho heat of work. June IT. 1663. . " DAVID W. GKO38MAS.' CHAIB AND CABINET MAU'Ol FACTORY.—T...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

iftUttws/JUrtweg NoieI.—This is only Intended to apply waer«Rha meroberaof the family claiming exemption reside inths> same family. If any of the members reside elsewhere, and have e°n> Into the military service of the Uuitea States, no exemption on that account can be claimed Now 2.r-Tbi» certificate must be signed by one of the parents, if there be any; if notby two respectnluo per-Bffns (heads of families) reident lathe same town, county, or district with the " person for whom exemption is; claimed. ' - • 50RH 29. Certificate that the jierson liable toitraft it ' the father ofmotitcrkssc/iildren, under 12. years of age, dependent en bis labor for sttjtpefl.. I ' .... the subscriberbeing liable to draft into tKo sen-ice of the United States, hereby make affidavit that I am the father of . ' motherless chili— under 12 years of age, and dependent on u.y labor for support. . — \ !"•• Ve.the-sonscribore,....; . ' and' ..<...-.«.;.. residents 1 at..:'. .- ....

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

J&ilitat» Notices ^eadtpmrters,Protest Marshal, - > MM District, Jtinnsylrania, , L Chamborsburg ' , Jui.v U 18C3. j INVALID CORPS.—The following . extracts are published for th<) benefit of such a» wis& to avail themselves ofjtheoffer of the gpvernment. Appucationif Bhould be made in person at the office oftht> Board off Enrollment, Masonic ITill, Second Street, Chambersbnrg. Q£0 EVSTBB, Captain aad Provost Marshal, 16th Iitut, Penna. . ¦ totnciAL] War DWrtment Adjutant GmeraVs Office \ ' »m-i.i>ir/n; Washington, April :!S. 1863. y GfEKAL OKPERs ay. l«s.-ihc organization or« Invalid Corps ishereh y authorized This Corps shaU consist of oompaaitsand if it shall hereafter t» tbougM best , of Battallions.' Tho Companies shall ho made »p from tho fallowing sources, vis: * • ¦ . • • : * » ' , « 'thirdBy accepting these officers and enlisted men who have been honorably dfucharKea' on account »1 wonuds or disease contracted-in xho lino o...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

MEN WAITED FOR THE iJS-• VALltf OOIIPS. • oniy thoso'fa'fchfol soldiers whofrom wonndu or the hardships of war, are no longer fit fur active field dnty. will bo received in this Corps of Donor. Enlistments will be for three years unless sooner discharged. Jay aud allowances oame as for officers and men of the United States infuitry; except that no premiums or bounty for enlistmcntwiU be allowed. This will not uivaliiltte any pensions Qr bonnties which may bo dne ibr previous services. r The following uniform h(\3 been adopted for officers and men of the Invalid Corps: i'Oli Ol'MaCEU&—' roclc coat—Of sSy-bluo Moth, with dark-blue velvet collar and cuffs; in oll^ ' ther respects, according&Huepresentpatteni for officers of infantry. ShouWer-straps-^-According topresenc regul&tiQ'ns, but trorkod on dark-blue velvet. ' - , Pantaloons-mf sky-blue cljjtb, with double. , stripe of d.-u-£-Mne cluth clown the outer seam, eticIT etrtye onehalf inch Wide, with epiico ...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

HeadquartersProvost HarsUal, ] I0(/( District, Pennsylvania, y ¦ - Chambersburg. August 10,1S03-, J rPHB , . FOURTH SPECIAL EXI EMPTION created by Section 2d oi the Act of Congress passed March 8,1S03, reads as follows: Wfaoro there aro two or more sons'of aged oi infirm parents subject to draft, the father, or if ho bo dead, the mother, may elect.which son shall bo exempt. Notice i« hereby glton that the election In this case must bo made before tho draft To defer ft until after will be toloso tho right of election. Persons claiming exemption on »uch score should lose no time iii filing tho requisite affidavit at these headquarters, or with the deputy Provost Marshal of their respectivo counties.- Blank form3 nmy be obtained at this or eithor of the branch offices; Tho following is rtc form: . FUB.M26. . " , Certificate of a Parent that Jteor she desires one of his or her sons exempted : I, the snb»criuef, tho father (or mother) of and .resident of .' .. .".....county. State of...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

COPPEEHEAB SOKO FOB 1870 Nojpsrt or lot in theglorious work, So part nor lit had I i ' • Bot I fat liko a frog on an old hollow log, And croaked to tho paeaorf-by. Croak—troak—croak—, " There -were many who passpd to hear , And many moro who slackened their pace, And some turned Lack in fear. - No part nor lot inthe glorious work,' • No part nor lot hid I; " - . . ' - . - . But I aimed my j u« at Ihoncw risen ran A' nd fired at its god-like eye» Pire-rfire—fire—"We {bought wo were many and strong, ' And cd&ld hnmbng tho nation with volleys of words . .To thinking right wns wrong. Jfopart nor Jot in thcjjrlorions work,. • No part nor lot hadjl; Bat I trod tho long grass where the patriots -would pass And sneered at their rallying cry. Sneer—sneer—oneer—*Ks a word with ji ilonblo edge. And before it many a runner bos tnrned To tho homoBteadsideafhia hedge. ' - Wop&rt nor lot in tho frlorion? work, - No/part nor lot had fe 'Twos L'ttlo I care I how tho bondman &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Cijairss, <&aUnztzWum, $ct DAVID M. EIKER, Uip)ERTAKEB, SECOND STJIEET, BtTWtEif MAKAJiiL ^ AIfD .Ql/EEiV, CHAHBEKSli' frUG^PA*, attends to the business in all its various hrnncheB. Prfr* ticulnv nttentiuu paid to I-aying out, Dressing, 'ifce. Having the advantage of a large custom, and -of fmytbg his Block cheap for cash, he can furnish ~? ¦ .f"x-COPFINS OP EVEBT DESCRIPTION, ' at lower rates than any otfier establishment in town or ' county. He uoes not as e,'^hair Maker olferhis geiVice** but as an Undertaker of fifteen years^ experience in iltt business. Persons requiring the services of an Undertaker for their families or friends, would find it materially to their advantage to givehim a call. ^ He is ahmprepared to preserve bodies during theBunimer months, any length of time. Having purchased the exclusive right to xiso Snider's Improved Mcthqdof Covering Coffins, he is thereby enabled to furnish a Buck Covered Coffin at an exceedingly low rato. And also ha...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

AGRICULTURAL 1 »A»'«EROUS WEEDS. : , i ' Oae of the greatest cares of the farmer now is to keep his land, dear of dangerous weeds, which, pollute, Ms Soil, exhaust itsstrength , and someimes .almost if not entirely ' destroy his crops. Of late years >he most dangerous weed has been the Canada Thistle. Until recently it was unknown in this section of the country: but it has steadily followed the lines of-transportation , especially tne railroads, until it has made a lodgment in the Cumberland Valley. It abounds in the streets of Chambersburg about the Railroad Buildings, and is spreading gradually over the county. '. Tne eeed,.protected jg^its coat .of down, is wafted by the winds for miles, and wherever it falls, whether the soil be rich or poor, the Canada Thistle will grow; and when it once gets a start it will allow-of no division of the soil, but claims all the nourishment for itself. Its roots penetrate the earth very deep, and spread JJrom year |to year, until...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

fHetjical ¦\TOT ALCOHOLIC. * 1^ A HIGHlt CONCENTRATED VEGEIAt. htV EXrRiCT. A PUKE TONIC. Dr. B^ OFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, ' l3tC \ M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa., \ \) Will ofieotually euro .*.,' LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSJAi 5-. JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS . " DKBILITY, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising 1 :-- from.» disordered Liver or Stomach. Suoh as Constipation", Inwr.rd PilesFullness or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the StomachNausea. HeartburnXfegust for FoodFullness or Weight in tne Btomaoh, Sour Jiructntions, binking or Fluttering at tho Pit of the Stomaoh. Swimming of the hoad.Hurricd and Difficult Breathing , Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Sttfibcatinjr Sensatlona when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dota or Web3 Deforo tho Sifht, Fever and Dull Paior in the Head, Defioiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, Limbs, &c. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in tho Flesh, Con3tan " t.lma^inln...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

<§mmtK TVTO TiIC E jLi . . '¦ , io the ' ¦ - •¦ - ¦ PEQPLE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, ; who have ' LOST MOtfEY b^ the - ' y ' - REBEL INVASIO'n, / ' •" • : • / 5" . and to all others who d ^ esire to , ' HAEB AND , SAVE ,'SIONpY. ¦ WILLIAM 1 GELWICKS, Wholesale and Retail j ¦ ..DBALBR IN MERC1IANDISE, ; ; ¦ ' . .. CHAMBESSBjmo, Pa., has just returned from the East and opa ' uod the following list of FRESH MERCHANDISE, which he proposes to sell WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL, " CHEAPER THAN THE OHEPEST: 10O Barrels Brown 8ugar..,. '. 40 ,*" WhlW ¦ " ¦ fid ' •* 8yrupsttnd Molasses. 3000 Bb. choice Hams. , v 5000 " Sides and Shoulders. 40^ Bags Q!. A. Salt: : ' 60 f Baga AshtonFine Salt; 1000 Sacks Tabla or Dairy Salt , ¦ . 50 Bosea Prime CheeBe; B . • . ' 25 gross Esson' ce Coffee1 ; ; kSOOIbB.ExculsiorOoffee. ' ¦ {¦ . MbblB. No.l,2and3, MackoreL «% 100 boxes Scotch Herring. EiO dou. Twine aud Bed-Cords. 100 Dozens Corn Brooms; . 75 Dozens Assorted Brushes; . 60,000 Segars at Manufacture!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Uttigs; Meiiictms, &r, rpHE OLDEST HOUSE in TOWN, A -AS A HOUSE Ofi JJRVG STORE, .. IS MILLER & HENSHEY'S, : - On the JSTortlyrest Corner of the Diamond • ' . ¦ WHEEE CAJf BE HAD, : . : . CHEAJ» FOR CASH, Everything, and' more than is'nsdally kept Id Drug '¦ ' ; • Stores. ' . - , £OB INSTANCE, " - . AH Regular Drugs, ~ ' . - \ , . - Cough Syrups, - ¦ .-.--«. , ?¦ Murray's Campliorateatferdial, twill cure Biarrhoa, ' - Cordials, Certain Koincdles, - ?' Rheumatic Liniments, = . Anodym) Cordial^' ¦ - ' ' The Infant's Protector -f • ' - , And Mother's Friend,, i Worm Syrups, . . ¦ - And Lozangos, Cod Liver Oils, Riild . ExtractBucha, ' :¦' . • Lindsay's Blood Searcher, . ,.- ' Sarsaparilla Syrups, And all other Standard Preparations of the ... ' ..Day.- . Kone Others K&pt at this House , ' Soaps, about forty kinds;. . " ¦ Peepdkert, the best of allklnds; Hors? and Cattle Powders, that cap b« relied on " ; . Kz&osenb On arid Lamps, and ' Kerosene LAM...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

<Sftucatidttal. piHAkBEESBURG ACADEMY! \J '• KEflTTED AND REORGANIZED Will open its fall term'on Monday, September 7th. jLarge additions have beeu made to its already extensive 'apparatus, a full and eiScieat corps of teachers has-beea employed and no pains or expenso spared to render ours oneof the first institutions of learning ill the country. Particular attention paid to Teachers and young men preparing for College. . i ' A Primary Department forlittlo Boys nnd Girls will be o ' pened in tlio Academy nn<!<:r charge of Miss Schivoly, in which the- elements of Spoiling, Beading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography.and Uramnar wid.be thoroughly taught. Tuition in thta depoi tment, $3 per quarter. ~ < - " for fnrther particulars send fur circular or apply to the Principal. FACULTY. ' J. H. KraraT, Principal. A-OvEBmiii, A.B.,Latin andH.English.- ,. A. M. TuiMMOljOminerrinl Department. ; . ; - Mis* K.H.SHIVEI.T, Music, Drawing and Principal of Primary Dopartm...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

iftttsical. MUSICAL " INSTEUMENTS. WM. A. POND-4 C©4 547 Broadway, New York. (Lite FIKTH, POND 4. CO.) . Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of MUSICAL 'INSTRUMENTS 1 AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, . Publiihcri and Importers 0/Shut Music, ifusieat Worlct^tC-c:, <£c, t£c. Messrs. W. A. Poxd £ Covcan furnish anything in the musical line at tho shortest poMidle notice, and at prices that defy competition. , PIANo-FORtJiS (New) from$225 to$800. PIANO-FOBTES (Second-hand) from $75 to$300, according to size and stylo of case. MXLODEONS of all the celebrated makers, at manufacturers' prices. VLWilii, from one to eight keys, and from COc. to $123 Jn price. . Gr-KJIAN SILVER FIFES, in case, $7. GUirAKS, BANJOS, YIOLINS, TIOLONCEILOS, DRUMS, ACCORDEONS, CONCERTINAS, and all kinds of Musical Instruments. Asetofourvery beat VIOLIN SX'RINGS,75c ; GUTTAE 8TMNGS,$1; BANJO 3TRING3, $1; sent by uiatt postage-paid. We publish oneof the largest and meat valuable Catalogues in America, and a...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

SALISBUEY BEOS. & CO., A"O. 87 DORRANCE ST«BET,'md 67 WEYBOSSET STREET, • - '¦;"' ¦ PROVIDENCE ^ R. I.," 1 . Proprietors of one of the moat extensive JEWELRY MANUFACTORIES in'the - Eastorn States, Beg to call the aUcnlian of tlu community generally.to the vtfy SURPRISING CHEAP RATE At Which they aro offiSring their Goods! j , FAR ;SDEPASS1NO . Both Foreign and Domestic Manufactures in point ol ' - ••.- Eleesncoand Real Durability! FOR INSTANCE: . ' For Fifteen Doixass, we forward, nlcaly carded and packed in good order, the following onormous quantity of Jewelry, equal in fl nlsh to any Plated Gold, and not to be recognized from Gold only by the trying of acids: 4 Set Enamel Vest Chains; 2 Plain Fiorentino Pins; 4 Ear Rings to match; 2 Twist Wire Pins; 4 lar Rings to match; 2 Plain Pins; 4 Ear Kings to mntch; 25 Ladies' Rlng9,'DoubIe Heart and. 1 a variety of patterns; 60 Union Km* . blems; 50 Scarf Pins r Plain and i Imitation Coral; 2 Double- . ¦ . Oloss Lockets, engln...

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