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Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

HOWARD ASSOCIATION, j PIUtADELEHIAi fin- the Belief r<f the Sick and DiOruu% aglkuA Kith Virulent and Chronxe Disiase. and cspKiaUy n/r the Cart of Diteases of Vie Sex&al Organs j ' MBDTOAI.A1»VICK piven pratie.bythe Actint Surgeon. VALUABLE KHP0UT8 on SpermatoWhoSr Seminal -R^ikness, and other Jjiseases of tha Seitna, OiganS.andonthe NBW REMEDIES employed in tlie Disperisarrsont to the afflicted i0 sealed letter ienvelopes. freo ofchnrge. Two or three stamps for ptstaiJe will be nccept ' ablo. ¦ ¦ r f .° Address. DR. J. SKILLHf H0UO3TOS , Actinfc 8nrjeon, Howard Aseoelation, So ,2 Sooth Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa. ' Sept. 3 '61 ly

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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

'OAEENTS of Soldiers in the Sert viceor In Hospitals, can famish them with the ktPOSlTOfiYthreenionthafon26 cents; six mouths for 5p'cents. or one year for $1.00. [ - ¦ TDEOTHEES of Sdldierain the Ser JLJ vice, or in Hospitals, can 1 furnish them with the KBPOSITORY three months for Mcents; six months fut 50 cents, or one year,fof $1.00. j ^ - ^ rpo MERCHANTS:—The way to ' I secure profitable customi is to - abviktisx in the phanx:.::, " zi-j'OsrTOJir..!

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

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Id=278 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

LOCAL IT&M Cottbt Pboceedingss— Coart commenced on Midday morning, 10th inst., at ,10 o'clock, A. M.,jHoh. Judge Nill presiding, with bis Associates,, James O. Carson and. W. W. Ptist& ' BS ' E^is., on the Bench. Tlje Constables in .tbe different districts throughout the county nade their returns to the Court. The ¦list ofj' Attorneys was, called, during-which ?ach presented his petitions ^ and ; made his motions. There were no civil causes ready fortrjal, and the business of this term vras therefore limited to the Over and; Terminer, Quarter Sessions and Orphans' Court. The following prosecutions were disposed of: • | ' ;. OTEB AND TEBMISEB. ' \ Commonwealth vs. Joshua Morgan—Rape. •A true bill. Defendant arraigned and, pleads not guilty. Verdict, not guilty. -,' .Com. vs. Daniel M^ormick—Robbery. A tr^e bill. Defendant arraigned and pleadud not guilty. In this calc, J. A.i S. Cramer, of Chambersburg, was the prosecutor, and M'Cormick was a militia-inan in t...

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Id=279 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

SAKrTAitx.—It is not to be disguised that much sickness prevails in this community, although it has not assumed a very malignant or epidemic character; but. our cvtizent should hot delay in adopting" every, propel precautionary measure to preserve the gfcne-e ral health. The season has been eminently calculated to pr.oduce sickness. The protracted wot spell in July has made a most luxuriant growth of vegetation, and filled all. the pool3 and low lands with stagnant water, which have dried . out; under the scorching sun of the sever.o heated term that followed: and deadly miasmas now fill the atmosphere. In addition to these causes, tho military occupation of the county has contributed largely to create sickness. In. every direction about Chambersburg, camps of soldiers, or corrals of horses, or camps of wagon trains, have abounded, and raw troops, especially when occupying places but temporarily, never practice the rigid rules of cleanliness ^ snecessary to preserve health. In t...

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Id=281 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Our Cavalrt Companies.—Franklin has organized five Cavalry companies under Gpiu Couch, for six months- service, commanded by Captains Miles, Hullinger, Pisle, Boyd and Walkor. We have not :been able, to procure the rolls ot the last Uyu named, but will do so in a few days. Wo subjoin complete rolls of the*ompanies of Captains Hnllinger, Miles and Piule, all belonging to the 21st Penna. Cavalry, Col. Boyd: COMPANY D, OA.PT. nijLLlifOER. Oxptain—J. Courtney Hulllngor. . ; ¦ ¦ LituUnanU—1st, Hurry B. Kindle; M.Jaa.C.Pfttton. taarardt—lit, D. 11. Qreemwnltf 2rt, DnvldCli.iuiI«. 'r-Inin; 3d. 1>. 1/ V\t\v. 4th, UicharU Wnten; 5th, .t. K. Hood; Oth. Sanrael Z. ilaxwull c-Ttlij. A. h. CHllngwalt; ¦ith. £1. P.Gordon. ' ¦ Cbrporuls—1st, D.R.Gordon; 2d, VT, If. Iloughtlln; Id, Tiiomos il. Uon-ivsn: 4tli, T. J. Bueliiuinn; .itfi, Juhn tl. Rhodes: Wh.WillUni U. T ms; "th. ' W.H. Kindlg; jth, David H . vw/iig. Biiglcri—UU Vi. II. Ilockenmitk; 2d, J. II. Crawford. InrrilT—Puter&ii...

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Id=307 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

%Lml mmt sales A CHA1WE TO MAKE MO^EY t iX. Tho undersigned ufferot lTivutc Sule,.on nccomuiu,jadnj; terms, all that valuaWeTliAll OV LAK1) siluat«liutt.Thun«»3 township, ymnklin Cosniy, t»M » niiliaNurth-weat of the village of Si. TChomns, bounded l>y lands oiD, Wilson's Ileus, Wni. Fieaaor, B«rr . oi>4 othewfeontalninc I20 ACRES. AboutlcOAcrcaof this Tract are cltwrcjlnnd In * fig* •tate of cultivationthe whole uf wliicli ' lww betnJLOjoughly UmeU within the laot few vtur."; tiio balance I. honvily »« witu tbriving Timber. There is ¦• fiuw lime-Btonc Quarry on tho piejiiispj. lrom which a i»|«rlor quality of Lim< b made. The Improvement* rcnaiit of agood, two^toriea %»„ aod FnimeiiWiaLlSGllOBBB, " AMSJSBASK liAKN. erccUdlaat tommer: n Wator-Vtmvr 8AW Mnx,aada STAVKioiaslUNliLli JULtj driven by* email Steam_iinKine. and uiher nectmarj andconvoBlcnt.tinUdings. ' The.auuve Prapcrty offers grcnt inducements to pnrchitsevsiiflleiU Eatatu. ltialucitiaintthiwlv...

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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

W.E take pleasure in calling attention to the advertisement of the Irving Female College, Jlechaniesterg; A. Gv^Marlatt. President. " |- • - . - ¦ - -. Wc.are somewhitacquainted with the progress of this Institption ^ and are prepared to speak in the highebt terms of it and its her longings. We wish it pEgsfFersTy^-^nd feel assured it will be patronized. \- SpuTOCK and Uramerhavb for sale-s . very amusing little wjork entitled "Ye Sneak " Ycelpid Copperhead." It is arjioem, humorous and satirical, and appropriutely^jllustrated. Every -Copperhead who ^Would see themselves '• as Others see them " should procure a copy, ind.Union men who relish a good joke can amuse themselves very cleverly by a perusal of the lines. " The Barn of Mr. A. Deiter, in Guilford township, about eiglit miles south-east of this place, was struck ; by lightning on Tuesday night of hist wedk, and entirely consumed with his crop. ^His stock was all saved but about "ten sheepi which were burned. We have not...

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Id=284 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Tpk Diiaft. —It is oflicially announced that the Draft will commence on Mondny next, at' the headquarters of Provost Marshal Eyster,~in the Masonic Hall in this place, and will be continued from day to day until com' pleted. The draft will be first made for Adams, then for Bedford, and then for Franklin, commencing-with Antrim and the two wards of Chainbersburg on Thursday of next week. Capt. E y.ster has given notice' by hand bills distributed throughout every district that the drawing will be public; and tho citizens are usknd to witness it: Of ^ the entire fairness aiid impartiality of Capt. Eystor no One can doubt; but to nvoid theTeinotest pretext for cavil, a joint committeeof say throe from each political party should be chosen breach township, to attend and witness the entire operation of the draft for their respective districts. This was done in Philadelphia in every ward, and we feel assured that Capt. E ' yster would bo glad to extend every facility for information to...

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Id=282 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Rkbkl HosriTAL.—TliLTo arc still some iii'Ly rebel wounded in thrt School House Hospital, in charge of Asxt. Surgeon Giunble, of tlie rebel service, undnr thn rognlatfons established by Gon. Couch. Several relatives of> rebel prisoners, all froriv Bnltimoru, we believe, including tho wife f nd sister of one rebel Captain, have been permitted to visit and minister ' to them, and every thing necesaajy'for tho comfort of all has been supplied from our army and medical stores and the Ladies'Sanitary Commission of this .p lace. Inmost cases, this' generous humanity has been kindly appreciated by the rebel prisoners ; but in other cases every effort has been mado to abuse the gonerosity of our officers A few days ago it was discovered that a plan ' was on ftjot to offecttthe escape of a number of prisonors who were able to travel; but it Was summarily arrested and new restrictions imposed in the-Ho3pitdl regulations. It is worthy of note that while. Gen. Couch practices every...

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Id=287 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

The Committee appointed to prepare a reception to the 158th Kegiment were unable to do so in consequence of the uncertainty of tho movements of the mon embracing the command. When thoy arrived here they were naturally anxious to reach their homes and they were permitted to go on furlough from Friday until Monday, and on Tuesday they were musteredout, and as fast as paid by companies they started away. It was impossible therefore to got the regiment to fir any time to accept an entertainment and if. was necessarily abandoned. The Ch ambbrsbubo Acadbmt.—We call thXattcntion'" of §ur Traders to the advertisenienbe£Mr. J. R Kinney, principal of the Chambersburg Academy. • By it will be seen that, a. full corps, of Teachfers has been emplby(jd> which should g ivo the institution advantages over any. jother school,in this section of tfie country. JTho notice of Teachers is especially requested.. The reputation for energy already achieved by Mr. Kinney during Thb short terml ho ...

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Id=308 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

. j&tragefc $$$ Stolen. ' Kf\ HEAD OF SHEEP LOST.— fj\J Strayed from-the reside.sce.of tho subscriber, UvHig nenr NcwOnilfOrd j^ from Hi to fid head: of Slutip, nniikrd with ftie letter ftgfrlth tar on. their siitu. Any norgons hiving strayed sheep, with the above mark, oq their pieinises, will please Kive lufdrnmtion hy n-idressing N. W. crLLEXBSnGEtt, anglMf. yowRnilfordP P., Franklin Co.. Pa. i$[i)K llEWAlUX—Stolen ' f^pm" tho t&£/fj pasture field i>f the Bulfeciiber," ™ Friday mghithu ;thinst- -* miles e:i»t f<f CfcinibcTsinri;on th« Gettysburg Pike, a large Mark " llort?,8 y«ui>ul>(; swbneyed in the lelt ehoulcler. but dop.t not go tame: WMlkA wellin harness or uuder the Kitdol^. Tlie above rewani will be p*id tor auy mforuintion leading to th1 recovejv of the horse by A.NMtEW J. LOilrBAUMI auir 12 <S /{ A BEWAJiD;—Stolen irom tba tJ-XVf field near Mnrah =lori'.PrnnlilinciH,nly,i'n., i.n Kri.lay nightJuly 31stalargc KB " D ...

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Id=285 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

FemaleSkmixak y.—js o hotter indication of the energy of Rev. Mr. Reeves,' and of the rotaiperatiye tbrce of tho school, can be adduced than the flourishing condition of the institution, notwithstanding the adversities of tin; pust two years. It is" unlikely' that the s-chool will ever suffer again from war or even rumors of war. The school last year numbered some sixty seholars, and the graduating class \\ ould lmve finished its course regularly had it not been for the invasion.— There is-every indication that the school will be at least ns large its last year, when the houso was filled with boarders. Miss Dd Forest aud Miss Curtis will continue ; ladies so identified with the school, that tlie old pupils will hail this news with delight; Tlie situation of the third , Instructress will be be judiciously supplied, ' It will also be observed fthat notwithstanding the expenses must necessarily be irweli larger, the terms nreyetthe same . as heretofore, about half that of many in t...

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Id=319 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

<&atfcen $ett8-. T^DiiTffS^ I i AU1UCDI.TCRAI. 1MPLBJIKSIS AND SEED "WAREnOUSE. 21 and 2Z South SLrth sired, PMlndcfpMa. Vivid Latorktb k Son. Proprietors of Bioomsda «, -which contain-* near four hundred »crw", ih high tilth, devoted tothe production of G.UBKf Sie»3, aie now prci«iiedto»npiilyCounlry Jlcichautii, UiuygiBts and all others who doatin Seeds, with lurge or xn.nU iiusn. titleK, liy tho pound or bnrhgl, and also in pnperg made ready lor retailing. - ' Tho EitnblishDientj-epreseDted by David Lan.lrvtai $ou,ha.i been founded nearlv Jj,<jf a century. 1 The wide spread popularity, ^d the demand,'iicrMwjpgfr.oju j ear tu year, for " LANDRKTirs WARRESTBI) ' : 6AKDSN SEEDS is ovldence.of the high valuc._entertained fcr them Ij the pnhlic. ; Landri'th'B Oarden Seeds arc . nof only fuvorably re-.ftlvcd thronghoui tin Ci.lon.bJitarB Khipped to many foreign'ports. Indeed,it maybe stulel wild national. prido that they come Into active competition wr ith Kit...

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Id=286 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

MtRDER or Mr. Jeremiah FrsHER.— We learn from n relatives of Mr. Fisher's that he was missing a fe\rdays prior to Thursday, the 6th imt., on which day. he was found murdered in Druid Hill Park, near Baltimore. The officers of the Park, drivijig through tho grounds with a . friend, were attracted by an offensive smell, near Where the body was afterwards discovered, partially concealed by bushes and leaves. On examination thuy found a wound upon the fore¬ head, doubtless produced by- a " pistol shot, w hich must have occasioned death almost instantaneously. Mr. Fisher was formerly a citizen of this county, and for- a number^of years a resident of this town.' In 1840. he removed to Baltimore, - and after being engaged lor a few years as salesman in a dry-goods house, commenced business for himself. For a number of years he was the principal partner of Fisher, Boyd & Co. Tho jury rendered a verdict of " death by a pistol shot at the hands of some person unknown."

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Id=320 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

A1.KX. K, M'CtTIEE. I BEKBT 3. STO5BH. AT'CLURE & STO5ER, lYL EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. THE FRANKLIN REPOSITORY is published lARSiJi'DWfTV CENTS, if wt paid within tin " e »ft-5IiDistcrs of the Gospel, in Franklin County, are furnished with tho REFusitoKT .at $ 1 per annum » *S-Subscribersicsiding out of th« v State, trm«» pav>tric*lv in advanceand the paper willin all ensei* bo discontinued at the expiratioa of the time for W A 1 I>VER'flSEMENTS inserted at 50 cents »e» Bquare of eight lines for one insertion, and 2»cent» per square for caoh subsequent msortinn. AUfraotiooa of a sqoaro »»<ioniitpd as a fan aquare.-AdTertisementsiiSSertcd by the quarter,half year, or year, at a reasonable reduction. Special notices, inserted beforo Marriagos Mid Deaths, are charged double regular rates. «S- NO CUTS, or bold, display letter, inserted j» advertisements. «&. Notion of Marriages and Deaths, not exceedinir five linen, »re inserted without charge. «i...

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

j f ottoartiins Rouses. WUNdSeLICH, NEA1) & GO,r Torwarding avd Commierion ilrrchant-,Norlh Second Street—opposite the CVMBBRLAyDi VALLEV BAIL ItOAD DEPOT Car.t run regutacly to and from Phtla. & Baltltuoi e. j AOKNIS; PMcock . Zeu.4- uiscbam, So 80S Market St. aboTe 8th { PHILADELPHIA. f. S:—Lykens] Valley, Broken Egg and Kut coal (iMrect from the mines.) Wilkesbarrq and Pine Orove Foundry coalLlimber and Shingles, Salt, Plastsr nnd Uancock. Cement, kept constantly on hand, Vlonr,, Qrain. nnn Produce, ol all kinds, purchased at the highest cash prices. YYUADKKIiICH, XJiAD, i CO. •I Juuon.'63. " t /TIUMBERL'D VALLEY WARE-\J HOUSE. The Forwarding litinineii will hereafter be conducted by; C. W. KTSTjKU A CO., at the Warehouse of theC. V. Itailroad, whoro thoy hope to receive a liberal pntronag*. . ' - DEPOT*—Buiby 4 Co.. S05, Market St, Philadelphia, andJohn Binghim, lfil Uowar4 St, Baltimore. .Innn 17.'l>3. j ft TT. SYSTER & ^0-TII0»iS L. OILUSPIE,...

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Id=303 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

TTTANTJED.—S5000 -worth of OLD YT GOLD PLATES. Person* having -worn oat ATtlttclnl Teeth ' moantod upon Gold Plate, In large or small quantities, can obtain tin highest price, either So each or in exchange for Dtmtriatry, by calling upon ;.DB. J. K. RKID, DontiHt, cornor of Stain end Qneen strceU, iboveWro. Heyser's DrUK Store, Chambersharir. Pa. June 10,63-Sm W ANTED.-«60 a Month!—We want A gent« at $60 a monthexpenses p .Id, to sell our Brorlastlng Pencils, Oriental linrcens, and thirteen other jnow, UBeful and curloni Articles, Fifteea clrculan tent freo. Addresal ' ! SHAW t CIiABK Ih; IMin, . Blddeford,Maine. TTTANTED, XMMEDIATELY, ^- Tf - BALED HAT.—Fifty TonB good Timothy H«y In bales of 100 fcn, to 30on»,each, for which I will pay eighteen Dollart per Ton 0/2,000 lbs., at the Uaartcr m&stor'a W»ri)hoo3fl,Chatnb«rjbsrK, Pa. ' \. A. DENNt, July 29, '83. ! Capt., and A. Q. M- P. B- T, ANfTED.—$75 a Month 1—1 want to hire Agents in •fery eonnty at ?*•• montb, elpM«e« ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

&*!$tftt , fUfftettwg ,- i FROM UEBEI.BOM. i • We have already published several articles Jh the Rrpositohy since ValkndigbSm's fa'tabiis declaration that he. "met not a man, ' ¦ **w t <nnan or child who was not resolved to ."perish rather than yield to the pressure of /'arms,-even in the most desperate 'extremity." Following closely on the heels of Tal's iinblushjgg falsehood, some 31,000 rebels at ^icksbSif; 7,000 at Port Hudson; 10,000 *il "Gettysburg: 4,500' at_Tulkihoma; and «£000 at Helena, didn't " perish rather, thanj : yield to the pressure of arms," but' decently 1 ^surrendered themselves as prisoners of war, : .-•nd-halF of them took advantagcof their pa-,.;roleto j descrt finally from thS>*ebel service. ,Val. must revise his proclamation, for nearly; every" rebel journal mourns and agonizes over tho tendency to "submission", Smongst ' $ic southern people, and stamps ' him as a' .potty triekstering traitor and a shameless "falsifier: The Mo...

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