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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

A VISIT TO TBE HOSPITALS. 3fb the Editor of the I&pository: ' . Honie again from, niy late tour to the f-to»- pitals in and near Annapolis, Md. The, £•- role Hospital is about tw.o miles from thtt city and one from the railroad station. Tbt situation of. the camp is not a desirable qae, the ground T is low and wet, the scenery agything but .imposing. The convalescent, moa who are taken there feel" and lament a the change from the pleasant and glean hospitals of Annapolis. . ,ft The great majority of the men at Camp Parole are from "Pennsylvania, Ohio :«nd New Y' ork. Many from th . e Keystonel*i:» jubilant over the news of the re.-nomin&tio* of Gov! Cartin. To test the feeling o£,'ih» soldiers, the question was asked who thej^ol diers -would vote for ? "For Andy Curtfa !" "Areyou oil for GoV.Curtin ?" The ptibftpt reply ' was, " not a eoldier in the camp would vote for the Copperhead candidate." * laths entire camp not a man expressed himself;favorably for ...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

PHILABELPHLi Speech or Gen. Bossena—H« Advocates the Extermination of Slavery-The Cry orj»ortheA> Copperheads for the Union as ft Was—The Colored BeirJtnent Off to Charleston—The Draft—The llnlon Primary Flections—The carapnten Opened—Union State .Com* tnittee Booms, | ;'• '-.:.. Correspondence of tie PrankjinBppository. *' ' • ' E^j/adelpHia, Aug. 22,1&G3. Gen. RosWu made a speech from the bal since,~in-w]iionh&botaiy advocated the ' abolition of Slavery, srim-institution that should not exist in an enlightened Government. Slavery had produced the war, and as the perpetuity of the Union with. Slavery was impossible, itj must tja exterminated. The views oi Gen. Bosseau are fast ' becoming those of all .loyal Southerner^ He is a ' -Ctntuckian, i>nd a large : slaveholder, who'jiaa clone good service in this war The 3f ortnern. Copperhead, he said was a more danger ous and dontemptibl0 individual' than the Secessionist, ' and he administered to tli...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

WASHINGjTCm The DofC-days in Washington—Strategy to Capture Cobblers-The JHtroy Court of Inquiry—Washington dam n 1 i n g-Hclls—The Army of the Potomac-Charleston. ! ¦ ¦ Correspondence of The Franklin Repository. Washington, D. C. Aug. 21,1863. ThiB has been a dull»week' of'news, very dull; even the drafteicitemcnt has died out. Thank heaven the dogrdays ' are also about played out. I protest against there ever being any more, dog-days like tha ' .lasi: Why one might as well be in the" torrid zone in Africa* right astride of the- ' Equator at once. It would do .you good to see us try to " keep cool;" you should see the " sherry-cobbler " mania- It can't ,bo made fast enough; hundreds of, extra bar-keepers have been set to work, still they can'tkeep uptothe demand, and to get near a bar requires as much " strategy" as is generally used " by a Brigadier General of the Army of the Potomac. They and their junior officers haying been nsed to this kind of "strategy" for, ' tw.o. r...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

NEW YORK A Jyoolcnt the Dairy Business—The Kanafren»ent of the MUk Trade—Orange Comity Butter-A dance at the Had-. sou. , Correspondence of the i*raukl(n Repository. Middleto-ws, N. Y,, Aug. 20,1863. Iii connection-with your, regular correspondence, you may riot object to "an " occasinal." no matter from what seetion.the missive may be projected, provided it breaksno heads and smacks of the soil from whence it comes. This ought, then, to savor of richness equal to your own valley, as it goes f^om Orange county, .New York, proverbial for its agriculture. ' * . ' The great feature .of this country is its milk and butter, which have obtained so great a reputation in market that, like many another good label, much' that, is spurious is sold under the counterfeit " ' . of Orange county. The supply of the lacteal fluid for New Yorkers' consumption, through the avenue of the N. Y. and E..B. B., averages one hundred thousand gallons daily. The freight on it yields an income frqm $60...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

FBOft TICKSBFBG ' . We are permitted to make tho following extracts from a -private- letter, dated Yicksburg, ' AugusF it, 1808, written by a gentleman . over sixty years of age, and once'a resident oftihamberBburg: ' -'' We are at peace at present, and now garrisoned here, but it is intensely hot, and sickness is fast making its appearance in our army. I have escaped so far, but know not how long it may be so. We have just,returned from Jackson, where we drove Johneon from his .stronghold, and partly laid the capitol in rmnsf. There were thousands of ¦his army gave themselves up, took the, oath of 8llegianee ? ,and\said they would fight no more against God- and their country. Such anarmy as ours it ia useless to contend against. I ' had the pleasure of seeing gix hundred of them, with an escort, come in a fe,w'days ago, and among them a great many poor deluded, God-forsaken Missoarians ' ; they looked like the last of pea time-, and were returning to their allegiance and th...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Mb Edwabd Everett, in »letter to Kev. Dr. Eliot, of St. Louis, in relation to a sermon of the latter on the ordinance of Emancipation passed by-the Missouri Convention, remarks ' - • ' ' "I have myself no doubt that, like the apprenticeship system in the British colonies, the ordinance will, at the instance of the slaveholders themselves, Jong before 1870, give way to another of immediate emancipation. But whether it does or not, Missouri is, from this time forward, substantially a Free State, and will I doubt not, enter upon that career of.prosperity for which her magnificent position and unsurpassed resourccsso admirablv fit her.* " ' - ' "When ' I look back to the controversy which grew out of the attempted restriction on the admission of Missouri into the Union in 1820, and on the folly which dictated the repeal of the Missouri Compromise in T854, and then consider that the people of Missouri, assembled in convention in 1863, have decreed that after. 18Z0, all slaves then in...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

The German,Eeformed Messenger, of this place, thus discourses on the Rebellion; 'iForemost among abounding iniquity, must we place the Rebellion itself. This is the great iniquity of the times in this country, because it is a deliberate attempt to set aside the divine authority of the civil government, and- thusit is a'rebellion- against God as well as against .the Government. With the masses of the South it is doubtless, to n large extent, the result of ignorance and excitement, tut wilh the leaders it has been a crime of cool calculation. The immense suffering which they have broughtupon themselves, as well as upon the whole land, has shown that the authority of civil government is not a thing to bo rpskted without incurring the penalties pronounced against all such o . ffenders in God's word: "They that resist shall rccoi\"o to themselves dnmnation." Let Churches take warning. The war, on , the part of the Government, is a necessity. We must mantain the laws, even with life a...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

An immense meeting of War Democrats was held at Indianapolis on the 10th instant. All parts of the State were fally represented. Gen. Nathan Kimball presided, and Major General John McClernand,' Gen. Dumont and Hon. Henry Secrist were among the speakers. , V Letters were Teceived^from Hon. Lewis Cass, Gen. Logan and Daniel S. Dickinson, all of whom expressed their sympathy with the objects of the convention. • Resolutions were ado ' pted favoring a vigorous prosecution of the war, sustaining the Administration in Sll its efforts to £ut down the rebellion, denouncing the State agent. Auditor and Treasurer of the State, for their willingniiss to repudiate the public debt and sacrifice the honor and credit of the State for partisan purposes. • ,

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

The Presbyterian' Banner, in an artiete on the nominations made by {he late Union Convention says: "Governor Curtin is now a tried man. He has proved himself to be ' adequate to the demands of the times, truly a . patriot, most prompt-*nd, energetic -in the raising of forces for the -war, conservative of Pennsylvania's best interests;- fearless in the discharge of duty, and untiring in his industry. Those who would urge tho war efficiently, to the preservation of the Union and the enforcement of the laws, have good reason to confide in Governor Curtin ' "

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Is you yisit ' a yonng woman, MicPyou sr^ won and aba is won, you will both be g one.

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

THE SOUTHEBN COAST •¦r Correspondent with on Expedition Into North Carolina—Col. Spear ' s litb Fennn. Cavalry—The Chambersbnrg * Boys—Hareb to Weldos—Skipmishrng Kltlr *Ue Keb9»-Ment.-BHiaiilcl» meets Wltb an Aceldeist-^CEJase offer tlic . ^JBcbel d en. Baasoai-Charge on tne • B«T>el Breastworks—Heavy Cannons* 4lne—TerriOlc "Storm—Our Correspondent's Morse Stolen—His Plaice 4 Jtobplied from Secesb Stables—Return *«r the Expedition—Visit to a female v&fmtnnjty. " ; . . ¦ <ta«WBpoudeiico ,of Tha Franklin Kepoaltory. „..;. Newbekn, N. C, Aug. 1,1803. ' I have just returned from a ' ,'forenoon's Hid," as Artomus would call it, though we ipjare on tie move for a ¦week; and though •jpu will doubtless hSve heard through the •<|aily " papers the general items "of importance jipnnected with the'expedition, a few of the topdents niay riot-prove uninteresting. I jjQ(ijiyJ;rhadvertantly\^'let out " something ¦which the administrators of . Uncle jSam's ¦ aff...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

nAlfKS ASDCRAST AT VICKSBI7RG The New-Orleans Era gives an interesting account of ^6 visit of. Gen. Banks and staff to Gen. Girant at Vicksburg. .'We ' subjoin the following extract: On Saturday morning we arrived atVickaburg. ' Every eye was strained with intense interest ftTid curiosity as the-- spires ¦ of thnt homely town of bluils loomed up before us. Colonel Regan, of General Grant's staff, who has recently visited this department and who returned with oiir party, and Captain R. T. Dunham, of Gen. JBanks' staff, proceeded to the headquarters of ; General Grant to inform him of the arrival of General Banks. General Grant; with some membersof his staff, immediately came on board our vessel, and those of us who bad never seen the hero of "Vicksburg now had an opportunity to do so. He is a quiet, unostentatious man; who looks no more .like the generality o£ published portraits thnn did Julius Caesar. It was a sight-of^bistorieal. interest, and one that deserves to be perpe...

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

IHusiral MUSICAL INSTEU3IEFTS. WM. A. POND . 4 ' CCi-, 647 Broadway, New York. (Lite FlKTlCl'ON'D & CO.) Uaniifactnrers of and Dealers in fell kinds or MUSICAL INST-EUJSIENTS ' AND • * >- " ' 3IUSICAL MERCHANDISE, Putliilitrt and Importer! of Sited Hund, Jfotioal . , ' Works, tic, t£c., <£c. i . ; Messrs. W. A 1'oxd k Co. cqn furnish anjthing In tb* .musical Hue at the shortest possible notice,nnd,iit}jric*« that defy competition. •' eiANu-i'uUI&b (New)from$225to$SQO. • PlAS0-VOUXliS(Scco!id-baiid) from 575 to$500,ac I cri> ing to Mze nnd st\ie of caae. .\Uil,OUt:O.NS uf all the celebrated mstkers, at jmnn&c turors' prices. . , 4 FLU liis, from one to eight keys, ond from BCci to$12i in price. - "- • !• . GtcftitAN SILVER FIFES, in case, $7. I GUlTAUS, BANJOS, VIOLlNb, ' VIOLOKCEtLffls DRU1IS, ACWKDHOSS, IX>\C££TIA'AS>, ind tli kinds of Musical lostru^jent*. - — ' , ."' A set ufour very best VIOLIN STHING8,75c ; fll'...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

mm 3an^$& B3S?HOTEL, West Market-ST T; St.iPear the Bridge, CSumbetsburg, Pa. . ' -'jlhe'aiibseribe 'r would respectfully inform "the Travel-Ing community th»th« has pitfebased and t»ienj.<,ra(g. ,«ionof this Hotal.~.- Uq hyjpes.ro make it one ol th« most •lesltsbie places,forstrangerjithd others to stop at that canbo round inuny conntry town. >.~ Bis TABLE will at all tinum bo spread with lEe lunnts and substantial of tho uaason. . ' , - - HIS CHAMBERS aro large, veil ventilated, *adfit«e4. n P ™ modern style. " HI8 BAR nlU be w«,U srippKed^ith a lsrgf ftBi^otw Be '«''° n of the' very best Uquurs.';' ' ' .' ¦ i U - HJ8-STAUi,U.ciriU.alwttja.l!0 provided wisb ^g^j wholesomo prwondeu for stock, and attend?S "b> Cftr*rH ostlers. . - r , ¦ ¦ }fo pains trill be sjared to remHi- entire satistos^utt *• - * all J>!3 p!Mts;snd iHcding himsplf to enileavo)-tp plmM jll, ho solicits a liberal eharoof thepnlilic pati-onage. , Jnneli,'63. JOHN MILUSK. TT...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

SALISBURY BEOS. & CO., . JV0. .3J DO11RANCE STREET, u>i ' ; ' = 67 WETBOSSET STREET ^, :¦ /.. . PBOYIDSNCE . R. I., Proprietora of ona . of .the most extensive JHWEliBT MAS.UFACTORIES inlhe % ¦'- Eastefri States, " ' .]'.• . Bq'toaill tHt aUaitit,n' <<fth9tomm>toii!/gaMr<aXtjtt tht vcrg ¦, -¦• -. surprising: cheap rate At 'wbich ¦ they' taen offering their Gooda! »AB «DBPA«»mO Both Foroign and Domestic M«nufactnrf8' in polnt ' O* ¦ , Elegance and Real Durability I FOR, IN STANCE: ., For FiTTfSK OoLuna, we forward ^ niooly carded and packed fn good order, tho following enormous qu»ntlty of .lewelry, equal in finish to any Plated Gold, andnirt to be recognised from Gold only by tha trying of adds: 4 Sot Enamel Vest Chains; 2 Plain Florentine Pins; * Hat Rings to match: 2 Twist Wire Pins; * Kar Kings to match; -2 J>laiu Pin«; 4 Bar Kings to match; 26 Ladies ' Rings, Dqubta Heart and ' a variety of pattovns; 50 Union, Em.. ¦ Menu; 50...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

BOLL OF THE TEABS The years roll on, the years roll i>n; » . The shadows now stretch-o'er the lawn. . Whereon the sunlight fell at.morn— - ¦ • The morn of the mortal.life; 1 " . And dusky hours to me have coine, ' ¦ ' Life's landscape 7 now looks drear rind dumb, And quench'd.the light and ceased theTHum, With which my way was rifo. . . ' . I r now ' look backward oh the path. . ;., Whereonl' ve walked 'mid wrong and wrath-j—I Io6k and see how much .it bath; . . ¦ - . ¦ "Of-bitterness to tell; -. , " - •,, But life's hard lesson must be learned; -By'goadingcaro,is wisdom earned; , •Then upward let the eye be turned, 1 And all life's scones are well t, • , . . On roll the, years, the swift, still years;. And as they V pass how feeling sears 1—And.drieth up the fount of tears! Emotion's fares grow dim; : Thisipulse of life not long can last'; ' ; And,.as the years gohurrying past, The blooms of life are earthward ' cast, And withered " heart and liinb.,' . The years, the ...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

AGENTS WANTED.—Tho subscriber wishes to employ Agents to solicit orders tor I; ruit ' TreeF, ^Cn in thisimd adjoining counties. Any energetic haaiuesa men out ~.t employment will Snd this an excellent opportunity to make reasonable wages.— For particulars Apply at one** to ' ' B. t. RTDER. Proprietor. '- Went Franklin Nureeiies. LmidonFranklin co^^a. Keffersnco aa to character and business qualifications rebuirod. » - rausly St WANTED.—S5000 worth of OLD GOLD PLATES. Persons having ' worn out Artinri:il Te^tlrniounted upon Gold Plate, in largo ox small quantities, can obtain tho highest price, eiihtrju caah or in exchange for .Dentristry, by calling upon »K. J. K.' HEID.BentiKii, cornerof Main and Queen streets, aboyaWm. Heyser' * Prjji^Storeftilismberetiurg. Pa. . Junu 1«, (33-Sm W ANTED.—S60 a Month!—We want * gents at SSO a monthexpi'tmes p, id, to spII our KveiUating Pencils, Oriental Bnriwrs, and tUirteeuother new, useful and curious articles, Fifteen circulars sent free. A...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

CHAIR AND CABINET MANUPACTORY.—The subscriber informs the pnbllc that he continues the manufacture of tbe vdrtons ^tides in hisline, at his twtory up"ii Weat Queen StreeCa few doorr from Main. He las always on hn.ni] or i« prepared to manufacturu upon ibe sbortcst notic«. Cane Bnttom and Wind3orChttirs,with l*lnin and Curtain Bednteads. Pier and Cord Tables, Bureaus, Wash-Stands and Buck Cases. * ¦ , ' TURSING, in all its varieties, attended to with promptnew . and despatch. HOUSE PAINTUJQ, in all tt» branches, exefutt'd by fompeteot hands. "' ' / -PAPER nANOINQ—Particular attention wBtJbo given .to thisj departmmt and sutisfactiuu iu ' evtjry Instance guarnriteed. ' .-. ¦ -• Having employed a sufficient number of competent hnnds, theunilersignedfeels nssurod of being enabled to fill allnr'leriin a workmanlike manner, and respetfally Bolicita the same.' J , • " W. A. HAZtLfiT. June 17,1S63. ' r ~ ¦ '' "¦¦¦ . . [ , . I t , i i^HEAP CHAIR AND CA BINET \J WARK-R00MS.-VO,<fW£...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

(E^airS jJI afimefeSSaare, $c ThkAWE> -ZMfKEfi, TJOT)ERTAv U\KElCiSECOim iifllEETBE^TWeBNaiSKJit ¦ $*XBf QUE$!T: ' <frBAMBI!HSBtrRG, PJ./afc* tends ta thbClmstaiEiiB fall its various branches. PwtifciiWr aMentiun paM-to Laying out, Dreisingt, 4c. Having the'advantage or* large custom, an(J of baying bis stock cbeap for ca^Jia can furnish COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, at lower rates than any other establishment In town or county. Ho dues not as a Chair ilakerofforhia Borvicos, but tw a« Undtriakir of fifteen yaw' experience <n the tncsinu*. Persons requiring-tbo services; ot an Undertaker for their families or friendswould find itm&ttrlally fa tbcirudTantage.togive him acall. ' ¦ .. - t Ho is also prepared to preaervo bndics during tbeBuminer Jubhtbs, anJlength of time. HflTrng-pBreliaBodtbe exclt^sivo right to use , .,. ' .,-¦ ,- ., Snider's Improved Methodof Covering Qoffins, he ii thereby enabled to furnish a BtACK Covered CorFW at ' aneiceedingl...

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

•VIEW CABINET-WAKE. BOOMS. _[^( The undersigned respectful? announces,to the ciiiz Q ns of Chiuuborsburg ami vicinity, ttial lie lias taken the Rooms immediately adjoining the office of Dr. Bues-6erott»on Main street, where bo intends to m<i»u£wture every .diacription of ' I ' & - " .. „ . " . " ' " CABINET-WARE, Such ss Sotis, Parlor Tables, Coninicn Bdreaui. VSardroBes, . . _ Breakfast ilo. Dressinit'.do. new style, ' ' Dining do. Safe*. Sinks, Lounges, Bodt Cases, Wash Stmds, ' - ¦ Backing Chairs, Seofetaries, Bfidntc»d«,te. Fine Par. do. nojhes Horso, new style. - All work constructed by him is warranted, frdai tha finest Sofa down to thy most «ommon work.- ¦ .: ' COFFINS. • " - Partichlar attenKonwill be'glvontb thomnVui? ol CofBus of any denired style—Cloth, Walnut or Cherry. OS- Beaenib ' or, when ycni liny yonr i'nrnitnre frtmj DAV1DW. QBOS83UH, you arc Betting the -Utest style ond the beat of work. . .intmiT. 1S63. ' nAVTiyW/fiROSSMAN.

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