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Id=339 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Importakt to Horsb Owners^— A dieease-has been, prevailing among the horses, in this county to a great extent; particularly to those belonging to the acmy. So 'inalignant has it became lately that from five toi ten horses are ordered to be shot heafly every day, to relieve them of their suffering. The disease ^ generally makes its appearance first on th ! e legs, assuming the form of a funning sore, which attracts the flies, and by this means it is innoculated upon, other horsiis'. We are informed that the ' application of common lubricating oil oncb or twice a day to tjio" parts affected, is an almost; cdrtahTcure for this prevailing' disorder, •

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

The. Mercersburg Journal sajs thattho doperturcof tho rebels did not rid that community of thieves. ' At difforent times we have heard of persons having had their horses .stolen. Going through the country in the disguise of Union soldiers, these thieves cominittheir depredations—relieving, the ferm^ra and others of their stock saved from the late rebel raid, .Last Wednesday nighrtwo^fine. ' horses were stolen from the field'of Joiui WKe, on the Shimpstown road.' It w"ould be well for the owners of horses to he on the lookout. - -c< ..- , , - .

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Id=340 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Mr. James Glass, of Green townshipy was drowned while bathing in the Conocbcheague on .Saturday a week. He was a member of company A, l26th Regiment ; was a brave and accomplished soldier, genial companion, and had passed unharmodtbrough several battles to die by accident at his own home. He was almost 21 years of age . His death will be deeply regretted- by his companions in arms and by his circle of' ac<- quaintances and friends: ' >

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

Capt. ErsTKRi-the Provost Marshal has is?ued hand-bills requesting drafted men, whether intending to enter service, pay $300 or furnish substitutes, to ; rerjort at the time named in the notice sent them, and not before. The drafted men will be entitled! to traveling pay in this district, as there are; no means of transportation. The notices served upon drafted men will be numbered and they should bring theta along ' when they ireport. - - ,-; ¦ -. ; "

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Id=343 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

Me. CBabijm Ellis, of Johnstown, Pa., a member of the 21st Pa. Cavalry, was killed on Thursday last, at tha camp hear this places by his- horse rearing ana falling on him. ' ¦ He survived but a short time. . He. 'was about 23 years of age. . Wsleara fronOho Waynesboro Betvrt tbsS on Tuesday of last weefi? a squad of sol-,aie» from Gettysburg visited that plap ana arrested Joseph Snouffcr. They tooE thiro on to Gettysburg :tho satno eveaing WeknoTrnotbmg as t& the nature cf th» charge upon which |»4(ra3 arrested;

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Id=336 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863

We invite atttentioa to the advertisement offering the Mercersburg Journal for sale. It is a fine opening for a practical printer and it can be purchased on easy terms. . Obb Tow,a Council hare beeminprirdonably remian in looking . " after the clcftnlinesa and health of Chtimberaburg. With 'a season of unusual severity; a flood in mid-snmmetthat left stagnant water in low. lands to dissemi..ate poison, and the vast contribution to the general imparity of the air made by camps and horse corrals in the neighborhood, our city fathers seem to have taken no precautionary measures at all to preserve the health of the people. There is now consid¬ erable sickness amongst us, and it is safe to say that much of it 13 induced by the, filthy condition.of the town. We hope that movements will be made at once to remedy this. It is easily dofito, and. should not be delayed a day longer.. Every ' alley, street, stable &c, shoiild.be inspected, and cellars should be made to undergo t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

^tmiM i &$p%ite|; fherBraft ia (he . 16th Disiiict. 'i *Wj6 eoneludo this week the publication of the l^t of drafted men for this district: * ": < V BEDFORD COtlNTl". \ ' tOtt Sm-Cl'STRlcr.—CtrMBEIlLASP VALLEY ' *WP.\ . -Nojenrolled in first clara, 116. No- drafted,: 35. 1 John Miller (of Jacob) ID ' Francis SI Boor j ¦ I 8 Jefferson Miller aj-Oifflois Lanta * UuUfirtDercinir ' m David W Leo. + W111 Boor ¦ 11 IIoseaHo.lflou ¦¦! - 6 «(u»ueTMiHur ' S3 GeoW H*rd!ngar ; 6 John Deromir -1 Solomon Hcekman TBmatocf " SVcrtz . - .25 Benjamin brant ¦ «3tttri6sSUriiwdfn 26 Itlcliard-Eamimiig - 9 Marion Zenbjwer 27 Lori Hardmau ' 10-Henry W em ¦» Henry Henttcl 1 ^t Georz* Boss 29 Jeremiah urowijea T2 l David S May -SO WroT Hanoy I ; j \ -1$ IFm Keso .. 31 Jesse Ho(i«er j T,: " - 1* David WortK 32 Jonathan C Dlcken ' IS Henry. I(oc>r :31 Joseph'WertE J ¦ M Wte Cnmierfcolpred) W Josuphan Dcremjr , U Valentine Werte- 35 Henry Miller ) ,.., 18 John Miller - . - . r. ¦ 2...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

aLvnYtABna to Pennsylvania Th .e;^gerstown Serald, a staunch Union paper, -thus congratulates Pennsylvania on the re-nomination of Gpv. Curtin. "The "Union Convention of Pennsylvania ' assembled at Pittsburg on Wednesday last, and by a vote of ninety-ei ght to thirty-six re-nominated Hon. Andrew G. Curtin for Governor. Judge;Wobdwiird is his Democratic or Copperhead opponent, and the contest between" them-bids lair to be % close one —close; only, however, because the fifty or seventy thousand; soldiers from the State who are engaged, in fighting the battles of their country will not be permitted to vote. Could they have an opportunity of recording their ballots there would be little or . rip doubt abolt the result, for as Gov. Curtin nobly stood by them at all times and under all circumstances, it is but fair to presume that without distinction of party they cheerfully and' gratefully sustain nims= ^ "But wo shall not believe that, even though he should be deprived of the so...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

IMPERISHABLE BEAUTY It was a very plain! face. , My eye rested upon it, for a moment or two, and then wandered, away to,the countenance of another maiden, whose beauty ravished the eyes of every beholder; and as I gazed, with a feeling delight, upon its transcending loveliness an . impulse of thankjfulness stirred in my heart—thankfulness t* the Creator of beauty. The first maiden sat alone; around the other stood a ' group ' ¦ of admirers. So marked a contrast between the two, as well in features, as in the impression made thereby, excited, first, something like pity for her , whom nature had endowed so poorly; and. I turned to look at, her again wifji a .kinder feeling in my heart. i . There she sat, all.alone. Yes " , her face ¦was very, very plain;; but it did not strike no as repulsive. Themoutb, which hud nothj ing"of the ripe.fullness that gave suqh an enamoring grace to the other maiden, was placid ; { and though not encircled by p perpetual wreath of smiles, calmly ...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

•-, • - " . From t^Jforth AmiTirah. ¦ WHAT/THlNginiOSAB5IINISTEATION ; I HAS DONE. Errors of detail are unavoidable in the gov£rjiinent.of a great ifation. ' No Adpiinistiratidn ever T existed which was free from them, and none wer ; will. = We mnst judge Administrations by their measures and policy, for while some Executives commit.more errors of, detail than others, it must be borne in mind that where an Executive has three times the amount of work to do that others have ever had, we must expect the relative proportion'-of errors of detail. The Governor of Delaware, for example, has far less to attend to than the Governor of Pennsylvania, and must necessarily be expected to.be freer of errors. During the administration of . Governor Packer he had, none but the ordinary business of an era of peace and prosperity to transact, and there he had beaten paths of routine and policy to follow, wherein he was tolerably safe. Governor Curtin has held the same ofiice during the stormiest...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

CHAIR AND CABINET MANU- - FACTORY.-^The subscriber Informs tho public tnut he contlnttes-tho manufacture of the various articles in his line, at his fadtory upon West Queen Street, a few doorsjrom Main. He&ns always on hand or Is prepared to manufacture upon the shortest notice. Cane Bottom and Windsor Chairswfth Wain and Curtain Bedsteads, Pier and Card Tables, Bureaus, Wash Stands and Book Cases. ' ' : TTJBSISGi in all itSTarieties. attended to with promptness and despatch. HOUSE PAINTING, in all its branches, exei uted by competent hands. PAPER HANGING.—Particular attention will be given to thin department and satisfaction in every instance guaranteed. Having employed a sufficient nnmber of competent hands, tho undersigned feels assured of being enabled to fill all or.lert in a workmanlike manner, and respetfnlly solicits the sanie. W. A. HAZELET-. Tnr,i>1- 1SSS CHEAP CHAIR AND CABINET WARR-ROOMS.—J0HIAH RCH0FIELD. (Succutor la John Crte.) MAJiEFACTUBER OF CHAI...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

TTNION HOTEL.—This Hotel ' is %J situated on tho corner of Slain oniUjuoen, Strjetft m,^ the Diareond.ln the Borough of ChamBcrTburgVA ' . TheunderslgBfdrrapecifnn yannonncestothetTMet ngpublicthoUhlBHoteVU., beou r<,modlcd. it „„» boen raised to THKEE STOKIES in beicht A fin* throo story Back BulWlog has b ™ addeu fo ii. giv^ an tamenoe amount of room for ,ie accommodation * the public generally. The looms luro lnrg6 and colaforl. ablrt Dumborins in all, thirtj-av*. Th ° ° °™ iJi J;3> fomi»lied with GOOD NEW i'UIiNlTUEE Persmr stopping at this Hotel can have either doublo ' or «inK>» rooms, witlior withontfirein them. Tho Tabln i< iZ ways supplied wittj.tbo BUST IN THE MAUKKT, «« will seat over 100 persons. ; • . The Bar is filled with the CHOICEST LIQVJOKS. Jla, Stable is two.atoricaof the moat modern atyU, ab^ ti, bestln thollorongh ofChambor.sbnrg. Jnnsl7.'63. ¦ . JOllNFI9iIEB,Prp p*>rtoj. . T7RANKHN HOTEL—West sid*<tf JJ the -PuWiV^...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

GOVEBNOH CCRTIK In the following, from tho St. Louis Democrat, the highest compliment is paid to the great earnestness nnd patriotic energy displayed by the Governor of Pennsylvania. Th' 9 Democrat regards his election as of national importance ' : . < When we look at the period dujring which Gov., Curtin has been called upon to administer the affairs of the great State of which he has been Chief Magistrate, the number of important arid-responsible duties devolving upon him, and the great amount of patronage he has had to distribute, we can well understand how liablehe was to give dissatisfaction in some quarters, and how liable to majke occasional mistakes. It would be strange if both these things had not occurred. There is one thing about Gov. Curtin's administration jipon which all, " we think, must agree, viz: " that it has at all times been< conducted Iwith the loftiest r.ca\ for the cause of the Union. This facthasbeen mademanifest on many occasions,' and...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

smatite anH'^etoelm SALISBURY BROS. & CO., NO. 37 VOJiSANCE STBEET,_tmi / 67 "WETBOSSET STREET, / PKOVIBKNCfi, JL..1., Proprietors of one of the most extenai-re JBW8LRT f »- MANUFACTORIES In Hit /' ¦ Eastern. Statea, / Beg tceaU the attention oftht t,omtnuniljgtntraUy to —* -- ¦ r the very / ' SURPRISING CHEAF RATE At which" they are offering their .-(-roods! Pitt snspAssiXq - ' ' Both Foreign and Domestic. Mauufecturcs in point o< Elegance and Real Durability I FOR INSTANCE: For Fnmsir X>oii.iR3 v fro forward, ntcely esrted sad packed in good order, tKe followiug enormous qua ' ntlty of Jewelry, equal in&uloh to any Plated Gold, and not to be recognized front Goia only by tho trying-of ocia»: 4 S«t Enamel Vea/ChainB; 2 Plain Florentine Pins; 4 Ear EJngs to&atcb.; 2 Twist Wire Pins; 4 Ear Rings to mitch; 2 Plain Pins; 4 Kar Kings to match j £5 Ladles' Rings, Donble Heart and a variety of jwttorns; 50 Union Em. Moms,; SO 8car.f Pins, Plain ...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Balmoral Sklrto. y [JnnolT,'«3. SKIBTS! SKP&iS!! SKIETSi!! . / M.A.J0NBS' CBLBBEATED/'KE PIUS U1TRA" BKIBT, /' S0LB0W.I it Ko.l7NOR/H8thSt.,PHILADELPHlA. Bklrtiof al>1cDgth9,ond any sizo waist made to order , and Ritjsfactfcm gaarranteed. Ladles, Misses aud Children's Skirts of every aiie an4 shape, cormtntly on hand. ' JSetri/ySkirt warranted for Six Months. BEAD HOW WE DO BUSINESS. We do not make ant ch tap skirtt i n the common accep tation of tbe term, but we m»k« /THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS MADE, wteaosa wematfa THE BEST AND DEFY COMPETITION We warrant every skirt we sell to bo exactly M 'represented. VTe make all wasell, and knowing how thry are made wo guarantee thrni with full conndonce }J we s«Ila badtHxt we vidl excliang' it far a new oru, and if they get out of ,ordcr.or brtak within fix monVit* iM witt repair them free of Cliarfft. We mean to giie our customers full satisfaction, bot we cannot do so and compete with tlie low priced auction goods. >. We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Mx% anir ifancs (©oofca. GEEAT BARGAINS - : ' FROM NE\F\0RK AUCTIONS]!, AT "WALLACE'S,!- ' COBIiER OP MAIS AUD QTJEES STBEEWI. Hew style Mosambiqnes,. Diana client) Plaid, Twilled Mosambiqnes for travelling dresses, Superior Muslin Delaines in colors, Colored Lawns and Crape de Pany, Slack 3Uk,superlor/fttuylUyY Unptrior Lyons Radzemor Silks, (snblime qinltty. A large lot of Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, A large lot of Irish Linen, Jaconet Collars, now style, 600 Docons ladiesMisses and Men's Cotton Ho», White Linen and Ootton Duck, -- Superivr French Doeskin, Superior solid color Polntille Fig Silks,. / Superior Grey Leonoras, / . Superior Grey Poplin, / Best qnalitr Orey Leonoras, / - bilk tieik Ties and Collurs, / Ladies and Misses' Fillet Mitts; / HorseillM Testings/ Super Ladies and Siena' Kid Gloves. / Handsome Sew style Prints and GinRliains. carp ets/ •'- Bnusela, Tel tot. Three-ply (superior fine) and coma o - Carpet, - - / * Rmr-four five-fonr Cocoa and 0/nton Matti...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

THKEJE WOBDS OF STRENGTH bt scani-SK f \.'?'"" ./ . There are three lessons Ii wotild^ write—., Three words as with, aj burning peri, " ' ;; in tracings of eternal, light, ; ' • " - ' ' Upon the hearts of mem./ Have Hope.*; Though clouds environ now And gladness hides her face in scorn, Pat $liou,the sha'dowifroih'thy brow—_ Hojriight but hath itajjnorn. r _\, ,, _ :H»ve Faith. Where'-erthy bark is driven—* The calm's disport, tlie tempest's * mirth—Know this-T-GodrruIes the hosts of heaven—TVinhabitants of earth. HaTe.Love. N o,t love, alone for one, • fBut man, as man, thy brothers call, : And scatter like the circling sun, . Thy charities on all. - \' - ' - Tiros grave these lessons on thy soul— . Pope, Faith, and Love-r-andtbou shalt find Strength when life's surges rudest roll, Light "when thou else -wert blind.

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

iWtf; toinets&aaate, &c T\A,VH) K'EIKEE, UKDERTAJL/ KER, SEtOm STASET, BETWEEN MAR. tSt AND QUEBK, CBAilBEKSBVBG, PA., »i^ lands to tho business In nil its Toripus branches.. Par. ticular attentiun paid to laying I out, Dressing, ie. Having the advantage of ft largo custom, and of baring bis Block cheap for cash, he can furnish COFFINS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, at lower rates than any other establishment in town or cuunty. lie does not as a Chair Maker offer his soryicee, bill at an ITndcrtaSerofJiflun ytart' ixpiriavx-fn (He hisinas. Persona reqniriiTR the services of 5n Dnderr taRer for their families of, friends, would find it mater^ ally to thoiradTautige ia give him ft call. Uo is also prepared to preservo bodies daring theentnmcr montba. any length of time. Having purchased the exclusive right to nse Snider'3 Improved Methodqf Coveting Coffins, ho la thereby enabled to famish a Buck Coveesi)Corns at aaoxceedinglylow rate. And also having a now and elegant HEA...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

_^*5^5? Sjesats. NEW T0BACC0 ~ AND ~ SEGAB BTOBE.—7b the Citiamof Chambenburn a*d rteinity: The nodersigned, having been compelled «d leava Virginia oaaccouut of his Vuloa sentiments, ba« corns among yon toestablish n business hoping f om his long experience, and by dose attention, he will meet with •generous. Bapport. Hi» stock will coniiit of aM be heat brands of TOBACCO and SUGARS which ho sriil »ell«»ch«ape8canbohadanywherein town. Don'tfotnet tha pt»ce, 8lgU of tho ¦ •' little Tirglnia . mgger," oppofi<» " the Jrasklln Hvtel, ne^t door to t-hryock's Book»fc?«i, 6ootfr»»t corner of tbe Diamond. JnBel7,186$v - C. H. BUSH. - TMPLEMENTS.—Dealers and Man-I fcfaefcitew of ARricnltnral and other ImptoneMt, c»u reach a Jorge dasa of *aluablo customers by iBVWTuosolnthoFltA.NKUN REPOSITORY. PAIffiNTSof Soldiers in the Ser-Tice;6Tin'HotpttalB, can furnish them with Ib* KliPOfllTOIlY tbretmonths forS5 conur, six monUn fcr SO cent*, or on» year for $1.00. -

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

NEW CABIJTET-WAEE ROOMS. the undersigned respectful y announces to tha citiz-us of Chambersbnrg and vicinity, tliat he has taken the Rooms immediately aOjoiningtthe office of Dr. Sues-Bcrott.on Main street, where he intends to manufacture every diasription ol . ^ CABINET-WARE, Such as Sells, Parlor Tables, I Common Bureaus. Wardrobes, Breakfast do. | Dressing do. m-w style, ' Dining do. Safes, Sinks, Lounges, , Bookcases, Wash Stands, Rocking Chairs, , Secretaries,, Bedsteads, «c. ¦ fine l>ar. do. Clothes Horse, new style. . All work constructed by him Is " warranted,from the flnujt Soil down' to tho moBt common work. . , COFFINS. : Particular attention will bo given to-the making oi Coffins of any desired rtjle—Cloth, VTalnutor Cherry. flra, Remember, when yon boy yonr i'nfnjfnra from DAVID W. GROSSMAN, yonaro getting the latest Btyle and the best of work. JnnelJ.lSea. DAVID W. 0K03SMAN.

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