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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

floats attii ataps. H ats,"^!!^^!^"^! GOODS. I am now prepared to fntniah my cubtuuiers with nil tho new etjlea of Huts, Caps and Straw floods, which I will sell low. J . L.DECHEKI. ' 4 doorBSonthof KvEter & lira. TVTEW STOCK of STRAW GOODS J3| at old prices, at DECSKK!FS. SOFT HATS of all colors , styles, and quaMties,from fifty cents up, call and get barcuinsat DEOHKHT'S. pARPETINGS'AND BEDDING. VltEMOV A .L.-R. £. KNIGHT & SON naw removed from Wi S. Second street, to 807 CHESTNUT Streetabove Eighth, whore they have opened a well selected etock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGS, , ¦ . fieddingandMattrasseSof Every Description, HE1DT-MADE OR MADE TO ORDER. , " FEATHERS, OF VARIOVS-QUALITIES, AiWAia os easd. • ¦ " The«m<imtfiietureand Bale of Bedding will, also be continued af202 S. Second Btreet. . ' „ EEEVB I. KNIGHT. Jnnel7,'63^m. . HABTT.BY KNIUHT. C\Z CENTS will pay for tho .BEPO-£fj SHORT three tnontha to bo eent to a Soldier * the service. ... , ...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

MASON & IAILI.FS : CABINET ORGANS, . • WITH-ONE OB TWO 8ETS : OF REEDS, - - - - Containing the ' ' . ' AUTOMATIC SWELL, DOUBLE BELLOWS, KNKES50P, AND COMBINATION VALVE. T)®. Entry Tntinmeat TfarrontaJ for Pint Tom."®» PMCEB FROM $70 TO $450. " Tho Cabinet Organ is the only instrument which combines the requisites, for. church and parlor music; for the school room' and tho Bodal fest.vnl gathering. For while it possesses sufficient power for the accompaniment of a largo choruB,' It Ib, from its capability of all Bhadea of expression, and its wonderful ertxinio and dimintttnio, most effective as a eolo instrument. It is capable of orchestral 1 fleets, and rapid music, aa trills, arpeggios, etc. From Its sustained tonea, it hiw a decided advantage over theJPlano-fortefor. the rendering of many of tho choicest aorcoauxof tho masters, juch dtsymphonlM, quartettes, ptc." < ¦ ' - ' • 7 ¦ B.A;McCLURK, Chamborsbnrg.Pa. ,-• - '. ¦ ¦ fleaeral Agent for 1'cnujylvnuift." ' K. B....

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

TMPLEMENTS,—Dealers anSMan-1 ufacture^a of Agricultural and other Tinplraents, can reach a large class of valuable cuBtomera by ipvninaiifaiatlieFitAXKLIN HBPO3ITOBY. y ;'i' ' ' TJ1ANCY FEINTING, in every;va-J&_ rioty of colors, done with neatnessand dcapatchat the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY office. ' ¦' ¦ - .' * [ ¦ ". MECHANIGS vfhb desire trj extend thetr business ' should AtiVEiuiEi--in tho EtIJf REPOSITORY. -. 7

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

EEEOSENE OIL. - • WILLIAM GELWICKB, wholesale and retail GROCER, onthe ^ Diamond, Chambars, Po_ hra b?en appointed Agent for Franklin county of one of the best KEROSENE OIL COMPANIES in the State, and will sell OIL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL as low any House in Pittsbarg or. Philadelphia Look to your interest and buy your OIL where you got it the Cheapest, nnd where it is always warranted to be the very first quality. " . • rjuly29,'83-tf.

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

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

.11 i ¦ i ' i Y • a nior waktebI ' The Harrisburg Patriot and Union announces with an air of fiendish triumph that "several regiments have "been precipitated upon . Schuylkill to " enforce the draft," and " in the same •perfidious spirit inquires— " How does "that sound? What becomes of Forney's idea thatthedraftisan expression of the popular will—something "desired byrthe.peoplo, if it has to be " enforced a,t the point of the bayonet?" Considering that the Patriot and Union has spared no pains to provoke open resistance to -the draft, by its 'shameless perversions of the tenor and aim of the conscription act, and by its undisguised hostility to the war and the success of our army, it is not surprising that it should gloat with infernal joy over the remotest pros^ peet of riot and murderous lawlessness within the limits of its own State. >. If there shall not be riots and anarchy in .the mining regions of Pennsylvania, ' , it will be no fault of the Patriot and Uni...

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

rH4KI,F.N THE>V*H»VT < \ Hon. Charles J. Biddle, whose people voted him into Congress because they believed him to he a patriot, and afterwards voted him out . decisively because they found that he,wasn't, has turned up alive-rr-a fact we announce with pleasure to our Democratic friends, especially those of the positive copperhead stripe:: -We had "mourned Charles as dead, and would have embalmed, him in" history with the illustrious heroes of-border defence, had we been able, to discover his deeds of daring and the " Woody field on which he fell. Tor weeks we supposed fthat.he had fallen in some sanguinary struggle, and found a grave'in somesecludedspot, unwept and unsung; jwherclie would lie monumentless and unepitaphed, because his dying valor spared no . foe to record his achievements. But he is alive—thanks for that""; h!ehas written an address of five mortal columns— thanks for that;. he promises to write and publish more of the same sort—our gratitude ...

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

CIIAKIESTOX. . Charleston was. "the cradle of treason. It waB there tKat the first parricidal blow was aimeii at the goverriment—there that traitors first met fb counsel the severance of the States—there;that the bloody drama, since enacted over the graves of two hundred thousand citizens, was first conceived—there that the insidious poison of infidelity to the BepubliC: had been first taughtiand for years poured out upon the |; Nation—there J that Snmfpi* fif>ll in tVifi firat.-nfiftjinlt. of flrm. ed rebels against our common flag. Since then two years of horrible, sickening war have crowded into history the most thrilling achievements and diasters Jknown! in the crimsoned records of-human daring.. The; confines . of the murderous foes of the Bepublic have been narrowed,? and still narrowed until riot a single State but -^an point to the national ejisign floating within its Borders, and more than half the territory claimed arid yoriginally held by the foes of Free Gover...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

The Spirit has taken a spasm—but whether it was because the ' '"Union ticket was elected in Kentucky, or because General Burnside issacd-aft order declaring that "no disloyal per-Bons be allowed to vote," is not particularly clear from its half-column of incoherent ravings oh the subject. Either would be a mortal offence to the Spirit ^ for if. Kentucky elects -an unconditional Union Governor, th last hope of Woodward perishes in Pennsylvania; and if "disloyal persons" are denied the right of suffrage in Kentucky, it. might so happen yd Pennsylvania, reasonsiko-Spirit ,and then Woodward ;iwould-J|igure with a most scanty column of election rct.urns. Besides. 1 what business ha * Gen. BurnBide,- " or any other man,'' to. stop "disloyal persons" from voting irT Kentucky ? Why stop th* traitor, Breckenridge's brigade, or Forrest's, or* Morgan's, cut-throats, froiri stealing home into Kentucky. as they djd two years ago, voting the Eebel-Democratie ticket in order to. swing the St...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

lCSIOW LEAGUES There should be a Union League organized in every election district of Franklin' County without ' delay. It needs but a little effort, is attended with little or- no- expense, and in no way can so much effective work be done to promote-the-ETnion cause. Union Leagues should be workina institutions. With active officers and efficient committees, every vote in the district can be ascertained—the doubtful, strengthened, the timid and hesitating supplied with documents, and, above all, a full vote can thus be secured in October. A full vote in Franklin, bear in mind, will give 1,000 Uniori majority. ; Let the good work- begin at once. There is no time for delay. The enemy is busy everywhere', quietly talking about taxation, debt, Abolitionism andkindred treachery to mislead honest voters against the government.' Their efforts must be met sternly by the patriotic Union men, and they have but to expose the treasonable designs of Copperhead leaders, to alienate hun...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

rSION COUKTT TICKET In another column of to-day s paper will be found the proceedings of the Union County Convention, held on Monday last; arid a full Union ticket is now presented to the loyal voters for their suffrages. That there iire disappointments ' when choice has to be made from, many competent, faithful and meritorious men in the selection of a ticket,, is inevitable; but the chosen representative^ of the party having, after consulting the preferences of the several sections of the county,.presented the names on which the loyal men can best unite, and for whom they can give the best promise of success, but one duty-remains—that is .to sink all preferences and regrets and unite in an earnest, determined effort to give a decisive triumph to the ticket.. . We c havo neither time nor space to review the.ticket; but we can assure the Union voters of the "Green Spot" that the men upon.it are honest and competent; are strong in the; affections of the loyal people, and are ...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

ORGANIZE AT ONCE The Union men of Franklin County now have their State and local tickets in the field, and in less than sixty days they must triumph or suffer a most disastrous, a fatal defeat, at the polls. Bear in mind that at »o previous election have «ucn ^rayo , Bdch vital issues boon involved, jlf we wouM intuntain the integrity of the Eepublic, the supremacy of the kwe. the cause of our soldiers doing battle forburNationality, we must strengtften.our cause by a decisive popular verdict.' -. ' . ¦ Our foes will not openly assail th> ¦Flag, nor- will they manfully decry the cause of the country. But they ^Q Hpoison the public mind untiring¬ ly;; tfife y will appeal to every prejudice, to eWry passi6n. that promises to array an honest voter against th* government. THey will be organized in every election district, and, with an energy worthy of a better , causo: they will contest ouv success at every step. ' '.- . r • . " . Let the friends of the Union coij»- m...

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

THE SITUATION. The Army-of the Potomac \s still resting on theiSorth side of the Rappaharinock while Lee reposes on the South side. The intense heat of the last several weeks has doubtless prevented Gen. Meade frojh venturing on any offensive operations, aiufGen. "Lee is evidently too much shattered by his Pennsylvania campaign to resume the offensive. Rumors have been afloat of Lee having been largely reinforced, but we'do not credit it for the very good reason that the 'rebels have not the troops to furnish him. Their universal conscription is a failure, and-does not £11 the vacancies created by desertions. Meade has been reinforced by Burnside's old Corps, not less than 10,000 strong, and returned deserters, convalescents and conscripts have swollen his ranks iintil he is now quite" as strong as he Was before the battle of Gettysburg. The news from Charleston is espe-, eJally interesting. Gen. Gilmore and ' Admiral Dalghren have doubtless commenced a .combined attack up...

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

Wednesday Morning,.Arigt. 19,1863 UNION STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, . _ .ANDREW G.-CCRTIW , - Centre. TOR. SUPREME JUDGE. ¦ DAHTIEli AQSEW y Beaver. . . + ¦ ~ ¦ . , ' - 'UNIOST JCOUNTF .TICKET. ' ' FOE - ASSSHBI.T, -T. JEFFEHS©3f KIIiIi, Chambersbnrg. FOE PBOTHONOTABY, H. SHASWOS TAYtOB.Ctiimb'f:. FOR EEGI9TEB AND RECOBDEB,. - * HEJttBT STKECKSiEE, Antrim.-FOR CLERK OF THE COURTS, W3f. O. HITCHEIiI*, Ponthatnpton. ' for county ' treasurer, ' - JAMES G. JSIiBEK, St. Thsmoa. FOR COMMI8SIOSKR. HE>'ktT GOOD, Quiacy. - '' - SOU DIRECTOR OF THE POOB. ; ' - 'JOHN BffiElLER,Chambcreburg. - FOR AUDITOR, ; ' ¦ WM. H. i^MBERSOS', Washington. r

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

. The attention of Farmers is directed .to the article and illustrations on the third page of to-day's paper. Esy pecially do we urge upon every owner or occupant of land to soe-.to the destruction of the Canada Thistle without delay. It threatens to become one of the most dangerous foes of the Farmer in this section, unless imme¬ diate and persistent war is mad* upon it. If you have an indolent, thriftless neighbor who allows- it to grow upon his land, and thus raise weeds to destroy the crops and pollute the farms of others, remind him of the act of assemby, and if he don't move,seetbat theworkisdoneforhiin and that he pays so dearly for it that he will riot need telling next time.

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

The Spirit announces that Briff. Gen. Alexander Hamilton Cofrrotb, M. C. from this district., did not raiBC a Row generally about Union soldiers taking rails and hutterrmilk in AdaraB «ounty, We stand corrected and tire prepared to apologize; and as soon iu* convinced whether we should apoligize to the General or; to th* people of Adams county for thus as ^ eociating them, it shall be given heartily. Can the Spirit tell ?

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

' 8Sf John K, Shbyock is authorized to fceoeivfl Subscription^ and contract for AdTettiscmentB Set flip liErosiiOET in the Eastern cities. . Single- copies of the Kepository ten be had at tlio counter With or without wrappers. Price five cents.

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Headquarters, Provost Marshal, • ) Sixteenth District,'Pennsylvania, V r p Chambersburg. August U, 1SD3. j CERTIFICATES Op PH-YSICIANS. SECTION 86 OF THE REGULAI^ WOSSfor tho go vernment of tbe Bureau of the trovost Morshal General leads as fellows: Ko certificate of a physician,or surgeon is to be received in support of any point in the claim of drafted men for exemption fi om military service, unless the facts and statements therein t.ct forth are affibmed ott swoaN to before A civil magistrate competeat to adminiuteroatiis. * $300 EXEMPTION. Sec. 2 of Circular 34 issued ty the Provost Marshal ^General readsas follows: * The Collator of Internal Revenue in each Congression al District has beenauthorized by the Secretary of W»r, ai.d directed by the Secretiryjoftho Treasury, to receive from drafted persons, who desire to pay it for the pur pose of exemption, theraoney;above specified (ieKsoO.) On receipt of this sum, the Collector of t' nternal Bev»- nue shall give the drafted ...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Iftem^Jbertigemettts HICKOK'S CELEBRATED CIW.V. MTLLS.on which nine barrels of rider h.m >>cen ni»de in a dav by nno man with rhn assUtnncp of twosroaltboyn. ForWilitbv "SAMXTEL SEIBERT. Ctumbembni g AngnM 19. 'fi3-7t ' PLOWS ! PLOWS !—The celebrat-(** T. A(5 r, 3 SEr/F-S!TARPE.YING and Steel eitendiog point Plows. Addreu "• - WM. t. J3OVEK ft BRO, Agricultural ImplomenU Ma»nf icfnrero , ancTP^m Philailelphla. T?STEAY SOW.—Cdme to t the resf\l idence of the subscriber, one milo eo«t of flhambershurc. about the 20th of July last, a BUKRDINO SOW. Theowneris notified to prove property, pay cbarjre* and take her away, or she will bn dispncpii of accordingtn law. ABRAHAM SHETTER. amslMt* . ' ' NOTICE.—Sealed proposals will bareceived at the Commfasioner'*Office, in Ohftmbersburp,forthe repnirinc ot tho Bridge-at Koxbnry; in Lurpan township, nntll thn ifltMondayof .September. The rep irsftrntwo Arches. Wing Walls/and roofof mid Wa'ls. And also tn be stat»d on an averag...

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