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

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Thb Democrats of York county have nominated Daniel Kciff and John i 1 . Spanjjlfer for Assembly, Win. W. Wolff for Sheriff* Wm. e£lgenfritz for Frothonotury, Samuel Zoigfcr for Cferk, Wmi B. "Woods for iiteoorder, jmS Poter Mclntyre for Associate . Judge. The Knights of the Golden CEfcl* prevail inore extensively in Tork County than in any other section >bf tha State; inS their ticket will pretty certainly be elefetedi Ib no part of Pennsylvania has Jeff Pay» • stronger footing than in that county, juvdof^' course they- will Tote the Democratic: tk&et ' / aa uatnrally as advtck takes to water. • < The Btate Agricultural Fair Will --stall* place at jforristo-wn, 3fo1itgonrery "cotijvtr, Fa., on the-29th and 80th days of Septethbcr, • ' arid tbe 1st ?nd 2d day ^ of October, " 1863; ' Tho most liberal arrangements are behjjij-V inado with Rail Eoad Compnnies, *»a »pSi : ^ of . the- important roads Have agreed, to. carry - freight free. Excursion tickets wilt 1» ...

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Tr ie trsTOSt cocirfT^icKBT . "" ¦ - ' i 1 The Union County Convention did a good day's Work, in presenting a most meritorious and acceptable ticket to the people for thejtr suffrages. If it cannot be elected, tb:en must the "Green Spot" be faithles^ to herself, to. her conceded loyalty,; and to our common country. Of the five names presented for the leading offices, four have been in actual service in the field and honorably discharged at the expiration of their terms ,—two of whom are hopeless crippless from wounds received in battle , and the other iB a gentleman of such infirm health as to disqualif y him for ths ordinary business of life. Maj: K. Shannon Taylor,, the candidate for Prothonotary, was connected with the military beTore the war broke out; and he responded to the first call for troops made b y the government when Sumter was bombarded. He went out as a private in the 2d Penna. Volunteers,and was afterwards promoted to a Lieutenancy He is a true, earnest, lo...

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

v, the siraiTioy. „«> . We give, in another column thefa-• test news from Charleston. Thesiage n isprogressing most actively and t faj~ <- vorably, and in due It jimethe Old Plaig ' x will wave over the tot-Bed of treason. ¦l '" It may'be the work jof . weeks to ac' _ v CDmplish it, but theiall bf Charleston ¦eems as certain as apy event in the w. future. The country will mourn tf; the loss of the gallant Commander * Eodgeiu .He was filled while nobly J^ fighting his vessel, 1jb.e Monitor Cat-^:. skill. The Eichmqnd Whig says that *~ . "the t/wo hundred pound Parrot guns ,_. ' T " of £he enemy, are [too much for- the s ' "waUa of Sumter," and-the whole ' 8outhern press selliSs to regard the *« 6ity as doomed. _ 1 ' : t ~'~ ; *l; We have nothing; definite fwpi|ho *- Army of the Potomac. The/iCashington sensation correspondenjtsah&ve been insisting that jLee is abWt. to H. make another aggressive movement ^'a into Maryland and possibly /into ^ ' Penn sy...

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Brig. Gen. Alexander Hamilton Cofltoth, M. C, has'written a letter—the common folly of all* weak brethren, and sometimes' committed by men of even middling sense. He insists that he wasn't at Gettysburg at all, either at or after the battle, , nor has he seen a single person from Adams county—from which we "infer that he means to controvert the idea that he got fuddled on" the. buttermilk question or confused on Adams county worm-fence, and that he didn't "berate the Union troops." On one point however he leaves no room for inference—the Editor of the Eepository must "be branded as a malicious "slanderer." We don't much object to such compliments from the average of members of Congress—indeed think it rather creditable ; but as the Gen. might bo taken by kindred men at his own estimate of himself, and thus rank him. as-eloquent in his lo¬ quacity and prodigious in all the elements of greatness, we are disposed to take issue with him . on the " mali"cious slanderer." We wouldn'...

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

We intimated last week that ;the Spirit had goi tangled on the Eenuoky election. It was disconsolate jecause Genj Burnside ordered that ' no disloyal! persons be allowed to ' vote;" declared it a most " alarming ' manifestatibn of usurpation'/' insist 3d that the result showed'">with what < frightful rapidi Ly we are drifting into 'despotism" and wound up its lamentatioDB by pronouncing the election rf Gen. Bramlette " no cause for cotf " gratulatiori." In last week's issue it considersj the Kentucky election rather a clever affair; tries to wriggle Gov. Bramlejtteintp semi-Copperheadism, and _ declares that' his platform " is the same that was adopted by the " Democracy of Pennsylvania at their "late Statej Convention," and concludes by saying that " the Democra" cy of Pennsylvania intend to give " another su£h verdict for the unconditional restoration of the Union on "the l^th. day of October next!" . If: , [ the Spirit ever means or hopes to be believed, itj s...

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

'The friends of tha Union must not permit this superior vigilance of the enemy to jeither defeat or impair their triumph jin Franklin county. Rost assured that the^ foe will exhaust every effort to swell their vote; and they must be met by systematic organization and earnest effort at every point. If therb is a single district in Franklin eountjv wherein the work of Union organization has not been commenced, we entreaty the^ Union voters, to see to it i at oncg^ Let not another week pass without positive steps being taken to secure the fullest possible vote in October next. t e r i i- y j. j. ' ~ n J- O 2 " !1 " Upon bur efforts depend the measure of our succesB. We owe it to the Govern riicnt, now . reaching the noontide of triumph, and bringing Peace and established Nationality as the rich fruity of its victories, to speak in thunder, tones in vindication of the great cause and the loyalty of our people. - " . 8- ie Je ie j n ie II

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

The people of Adams county have beon thoroughly Vindicated from' the slanders heaped upon them by a.j few reckless correspondents, who evidently got either too much or too little whiskey during their stay. It is probable that Adams county, like ev ery other community; has aiew mean men who would extort firofli soldiers; re ie w t- Ie is y_ 8 but th"people generally most patriotically, and suffered every privation nceessary to add to thG comfort of our troops, and especially to the sick and wounded, there can be no room for doubt. One. by one the specific charges have been most conclusively answered, and the public w-ill be slow to g ive any credence to such shameless attacks hereafter.•y > xfa | v ln ? e Bt b- ce

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

t&" John K-SHBTodE is' authorized Lto "'': rteetre Subscriptions and contract for Advertisement * ta the BirosnOBT in the Eastern^ cUiea. Ni. ———.—¦ m Single copies of the Repository •as be had; at the dpunter vrdh. or without wrappers. 1 Price five cents. Rumors are again afloat of* a rebel ': -raid into the Valley, i>ut they are. en-- tirely without foundation. At noon *fc yesterday, our lines in Virginia had -,-' not been threatened |at any point, nor * the military authorities any informa-Aj tion to.justify apprehension on the u '.-ftnhieot. .-,••,

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Maj or Watnb M'Veigh, of Chester, hqs been appointed Chairman of the Uijiion State Committee; and-will at once enter upon his ardnous-.and responsible duties. He is ^ young man. of brilliant attainments, untiring energy and matchless fidelity to the Union; cause, and he will infuse a degree of vigor into the contest worthy of the struggle. We hope to have his first address for our next issue. We need not. assure our readers that it will offer no apology for treason any form, nor propose any half-way support to the vital issue of preserving the Eepublic. >B- 0 { in , aa lfr j S ^ ^y 119 ye ^ in ay py

Publication Title: Franklin Repository
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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

THE SPIBTf FOB CVBTIH. 1 The Sp irit is out for Curtin. • True, • it don't just exactly say that, it wants *„ ' • .'him re-elected, nor does i it cultivate the Shasto and endearing in framing i ita compliments ; but it's the Spiriffi *" ; ' . ¦wsaj, and wo must take tilings aa we 'y k . . find them when vjje can't make jtHem "* better. Persons ,jwho don't under-; ; stand that journal might call ie vita-IS . perative in the tigheet degre| r and ¦; " ¦'", <jgclare it given )to falfijfying with a recklessness almost wittout a parallel; but things sometimes work by 1 contraries, and the Spirit is one of ithat kind. Probably it was called i into being in the sign of the crab, and can't help hoofing and clawing, because ife nature forbids a straight forward movement either in theory orpractice. . In its last issue it thus, in its! own peculiar way, compliments Gov. Curtin's administration: • . ; "It was thus « faithful' when its sharkB and harpies, furnished 'shoddy' clothi...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

A few old political.fossils have had a secret conclave in Western New York to consider the propriety of having. a conservative organization for the next Presidential election/- The ouontry with its pressing duties and momentous issues will run clear. a ^ BW of 011 >n. ies jarj -away frdmjtheai. long: enough b«^>i« the nest'natio ' iial election' . They jwill then play with the remaining shadow offogvism. - -' ¦¦ ¦

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

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Heaal Boticesf NOTICE;^-Whereas, Letters Teatamentarv on the Estate of John Myers, late of Leturkenny township, de«'d, have been " granted to Qm .lubscriben ' : ¦ ".,» " - f J" " All petsoBB knowing themielv.0^ in debted" to «414 E» tateaie requested to make iuiroodiate payment. 2 ana thosoBavIngclaimatprcsoit th»tt " properly antheati •ated for settlement. , * ¦ " i' , 8AMUEL MYEB8, Letterkenny twp, - JOHN UAYMAY > Southampton twp j . aug. 5 • . • Executors. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-rNotice is hereby giv<in that Letters Testamentary to the astnte of Daniel Connul, lateof Peters'township, drt'd. havo been granted to tint undersigned, residing In salJ township. - ' . ' " All persons knowing themselves Indebted towld Estate will please make, immediate- payment; and tboM' having clotms will present them properly aothentlcated for settlement. ¦ ' ang 12 , .-. DANU?LCONRAD, Ex'r. A DMINISTRATOR^B: NOTICE—XjL Notice is hireby glvon that letters at AdmifcUtratuin on the Battl...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Heal Estate Sales T)UBLIC SALE.-^-By virtue of an F Order of the Orphans' Conrt- of Franklin county, tnen wilt beexpoeed to Public Sale, on thepremises,ot. Saturday, thtV&thdagiaf September, at 1 o'clock, P.MU tbe following valuable Beat-Estate; late the (property ol Daniel Cramer,deed, viz: The MANSION.¥AKM,situ ated on the Road leading from Strasburg .to Uoxbury. abont two and a half miles from the. former place, containing 108 ACUKS of good Slate Land,10»o» which i> cleared and in a hign state of cultivation, and endosco with guoc fence. She Improvements are ".a two storj Log Bouse, a good fume Bars, and all tbVnecessao out-buildings, a Well of excellent Water star the Dwelling,and running Water thro' the Farm. Twenty Acres, of this ParmisgoodMeadow. It has alto on itan Orchard of excellent Fruit. This 1« aiver/derirable property, being within a mile and a half of three flrst-cbvv Grist Mills. Persons desirous of purchasing will do well to call and examine th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

" : POTATO M^P.T. Mercer. New 50 Pint-Eyes .-. . -. " >0 r\C\(\ :T0:NTS WANTElX^do ' Twi ty\l\J torn Husks an-J Corn Stalks will lio-imrchaseu iithlKlmst cash prices if delivered at S'raw, Mill i.f «ng 2'i ol« J. ALU-'OX KYgTKH. QUPEEIOE EED ^ SEED WHKAT. O l °«i furnish ft limitml amount of LAKE ^ifORE UtsD &KEV WIIKAv, tviiich has {jroredmurli cnpcrlnr, luith in the yield and stiffness of strnw-.' to the nnimury Uancaster Wheat, It la pmfcctlj drain. Ajiply to or luldrew tbe »ab criberat Choit ' ibersburR. ! nui ae-3t A. K. MIOLCHE. STRAY COWS.—Came to the promm*» of the subscriber, at Willuw Grove, U miles K»st uiUlinmberabnrg.onornbont tbetith inst, iBIilN'DLB MDLEX COWS, one with a white face. Tbe owner is hereby notified to cmne ami prove propertj an<l pay charges, or they will be Uisp'ueit of iwcording w law augawtt* _ _ JOHN _ STOUKFEK, of J»e.)b. WANTED.—The subscriber will emulojr flTe competent Tenches to fcilce cltar^o of the Public Schoois ft...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Samter Probably Abandoned. ¦ «— ' — ' .— . Philadelphia, August 23.—The following is the substance of the latest news pom Charleston-brought by the steamer Arkansas, ¦which arrived here this morning. I M.0NDAT.—The attack on Fort SuWer cdmmcriced ai daybreak on the morning Of August 17th by the siege guns_ of Gejncral Gilmore, and the naval battery on shoije. ' At srii o'clock Ainiral Dahlgren procf!eded OH board the "Weehawken and raised hi j flag, When the Ironsides and the whole monitor fleet attacked Forta Wagner and Greggj,with great fury, completely silencing Warner find Almost silencing Gregg. The wooden! gunboats, seven in number,joinod in the asfcault, gad enabled the shore batteries to pourj shot t&d shell into Svttnter. " . I At ten o"c;ojlf Admiral Dahlgren changed bra fisjr to tha Pasaaic. and with the Patknseo proceeded to within l,4U0 yards of Suinter, and shelled the sea-wall.' His rifle gunsjrain-<sd missiles against th£ rebel -works forj over «li...

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

^ttag eli atifc ^5£j^__ HTT^ETFoFfeHEEP LOST . — fJ\J- Strayed from the residence of the subscriber, living near NewGuilford, from 40 to 50 head of Sheep, miirked with tbe letter N with tat on their side. Any persons having strayed sheep, with the above mark, ,on their premises, will please give information by ivldrws ing - N.;W. SULLKNBEIKJEB, ang l>tf NewBnilford P. P., Franklin Co.. Fa. J»9K EEWAED.—Stolen from the yy^t/ pasture field of the pubscriber, on Friday itglutuo 7tb inat.,4 mile ' s east of ChambersLurgon th« Settysmrrg Pike, s large Black Horse,8 years old; sweneyed in the left thonlder, but does not go lame; witlks areilin harness or under the saddle. The above reward will be paid lor any Information'IcadliiE toth> recovery ,f the burse by * A.NDIUSW-J. LOUUBAUU. augli . ' . , &Afi REWARD.—Stolen from the »J0*xW- field near Marsh 8toro.Franklin county, Pa^ ,1, Vnuuy night, July 31st, 1 a large BED KOAN HORSK. ¦ixyears old.right hip lower tliau ...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Prevention of Incrustation in Steam Sotlers.—WINANS' ANTMNCKUSTATION POWDEB bE MOVES AND PREVEKTS THE DEPOSIT OV SCALE. ANDJTITHOUIISJOKr TOTHKXBON Svrtx Y«RS IX Dse. References in all parts of the country, viz: Albany Gas Co.; Eatdn, Gilbert 4, Co., and others, Troy; Syracuse, Rochester, Auburn, ic, 4c; John Qltaon & "o., PheTpo, Charles Ensign, John K. Erans k Co., Jewctt £ Root, and others, Buffalo: Cleveland, Columbus. Kaneg-TUle.ic,4c^ Geo. Shield. Miles Greenwood, Mitchell 4 Kammelsburg, and 40 others in Cincinnati; and throughout tho West; Indianapolis. Dayton, Terre Bante, Lognneport, Chicago. Springfield, St. Louis, St. PanK &c, &c.,lc. Coat abont 40 to 60cents per week. For circular, address ' H.N.WISANS, 1 HWAU.ST,JlEwYoEr. • P.O. Box No. 6. . [jalj22,'6&Om. . The Confessions and Experience of an Invalid,—I'ubliuhcd&r the benefit, and as a vrarnin 'g and A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN ' ' . ' • who snffor from Nerrous Debility, Prematur...

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