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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

A correspondentof jthe Boston Traveller, with the army of the Potomac *, writes: "Within the last three days, some twenty deserters have come within our lines at this place, including an orderly sergeant from a. Louisiana regiment who says ie : resides within forty miles of New Orleans and is desirous of returning to his hornet He re-r ports that large numbers of Lbuisianiaiis are watching for a favorable opportunity- to desert, being anxious to return, to.theii; homes. My informant also says that the news of the fall of .Vicksburg and Port' fludspn,.and.the opening of the iTissisai piha*| grqatly disj heartened the Mississinni and'Louisiana troops. . ; pp -, . » . . ¦(! •;, ¦ . } \ Thk man- who courted an .investigation aiys it isn't half bo e°°d as courting An. of* t 'ectionate gm. •;- ¦ ,;*.'•. l-ksl ;

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

jf^Ntets TT7ESDEEN HOTEL, WestMdrM . Tf St., JVmr, * A«BrW5<,Chan*ershurg,Pa. . Tha«ubscriber'wooIdrcspoc»r(»Hy inform theTravri->Hg community that he Bus purchased and taken wmnsionof this Hotel. Heliopes to make It one tit the most desirable places for strangers and others to stop at thUSrcan be found in any conntry town. >j HIS TABLE will at all times bo spread with ttiehssines and snbstantiala of the season. - HIS CHAMBERS aralafgF, veil ventilated, aniBtUd "P-to modern style. •_' C:- ¦ " ' " -\- r~ HIS .BAH will be well supplied with a l»rgean4d&l«I Selection ofthevfe best Uquors. ^^ "}S STABLE" will always bo provided with goo* ostlers '^* proTenilorforstock >»' ld .' l * t8nll( ' d br cm^H Ko painsvrili bo spared to render entire satisfaction W . l. ™ SY?^f' and P'wline himsulf to endeavor to pleat* " H T J i > T ! < Si a iU)eraI sbareofthepnbilc patronage; Jane IT,'63. . i= _- r joHNJtflLtS'B. !

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

ff lilitmn motives Eeadqtmrttn, Provoti harthal, ' ' } Sixteenth DUtrict , PamtylvaniaC' Y , , . Chambersbarg, August 14,18<S$. ¦)' CERTIFICATES OF PHYSICIANS. SECTION 86 OP THE EEGTJLATlOSSfor tho government of the Bureau of the ProvostM»rehal<3eneralTradsBsfollows: . ¦¦ " ..-No certificate of a physician or Burgeon is to be re. ccived in support of anypuint in tho claim of drafted men for exemption fom military-Service, unless the {nets and statements therein ^et forth are jtrnaiXKi>. o& awoas to before a civil magistrate competent to admiuistflroriths. ' •" > r - 1 L ' "' ' $800 EXEMPTION". ; . ' Sec. 2 of Circular 3t Issued by th6 Provost MarBh«I Oqneralreadaas/ollows: . The Collator of Internal Hettntie in each Corigresslonnl District haa been authorized by the Secretary at War, ai.d directed by the Secretary of the Treasury ,to receive frum draftedp**rsons.ivhQdeKlro to pay it-for the purposi; of exemption, the money above specified ...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

4 DMHSriSTEATOE'S NOTICE.— f\ Notice is hereby given tbnt letter* nf Administration on the Estate of Snrnnel Gilnmre, Into o " f Letterkenny townshipdee'd, have been granted to theBiibscriber, residing in Stra-ibutg *- All persons knowing themsclTe* indebted to the said Estate'wlll plense make immediate payment; and those having craiins trill present them properly authenticated for settlement. auz26 ' JOHN GILMORE. Adm'r. A DMINISTPuATOR'S NOTICE.— • f\ Notice is hereby given that Letter? of Admin i^trntitm on tho Estate of i*eter Reed, late of Groeo township d»ic*d, have been gnuitf»dto the underaigntd, residing in FajretteVUle In said township. AH persous knowing thomaelTos indebted to' E&td'EBtAtewill please make immediate payment; and those having claims w^ll present them properly uuthonticated for putt!fluent. 5 nnx2i* * ' JACOB B. COOK, admV. SOTICE. —Whereas, Letters Testnmentarv on tho Kstate of John ily**rfl, hitc of rkenny township, dec*d, have been granted to ...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

PARHCTJLAB NOTICE There art mortppreparaH&nx told under the tame of Hittert, put up »»¦ quarCbottU*, compounded offher cheapest whixkey or common runij costing ^rohi Su ta 40 centt per, gallon, the taste duguwed bit Anile or Oiriander Seed. ¦ < r , TAw elaia of Bitter* has eauied and will continue to coufe. a* fenp a? they, can* behold, hundred* to die tnedeatkofthe drunkard. By their ' we the ayttatt it 'kept>continually Under the-influence*of Aleoholio Simulants of the worst kind, the desire for JUquor it created arid kept Up, aud the result is all the horrors attendant upona drunkard's life and death." \, , >br tio«e who desire and WILL BA. VE a J.ititor Utters, we publish the following receipt. Qet OirW BOTTLE HOOFlAND'S GERMAN BITTEHS, bmdmix-witKTHREEQOABTS OF GOOD BRAND Y. OR WHISKEY , and the result will be a prepay tation that mill far excel in medicinal virtues d» /Kite excellence any of the- Numerous -Idguor'BUtti* *ftk tX&markeU...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

®XfJtttti8, $Ct NOTIQE, TO THE PEQPLE : OF FRANKtlN ¦ COUNTY, . -who Have LOST MONE^-ty tbe^ REBEL iNyAsioN, ' .7 ¦ ¦ . ¦ ( _ ¦ ; v . and to all othera who desire to ¦ : , MAKE AND SATE MOSEY. , " "VTIL LIA It G;E L "WIC KS, _- ' .; . . -Wholesale and Retail _ ., , ., • ,,. DEALER IN MERCHANDISE ,. ¦ ' , . ' .CSAjnuESBtmo, IU., : - . j has jnst returned from the Eart and opened the followlngllst of FRESH MERCHANDISE, whlcb. he propose tosell ., • ,. ' - .--. - ,.. WHOLESALE ANtfRETAIt. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEPEST 100 Barrels BrowrfSugar.. ' 40 ' ; ««'¦ White " ' ^ % ; '- "" ¦ * ' * 60 ¦ •• ¦ ' Syrupsand-Mblaisea. 8000B)SiChoice Hatns., ;. - . 5000 "Sides and Shoulders. 400BagsG.A.8a ' lt: ' ; ' 60 BagiABhtonTine'Salf, : ¦ ' 1000 Sacks Table or Dairy Salt." • ,- ." - SO Boxes . Prime Cheese;- - 25 gross Essence,Coflee; , - , l-RRii'Thri-TiThplftlrtrOoffefl. . ' ' ' " eObbhl.No.lt.SitnaSii&rackerel- ' • ¦' -.,' 100 boxes Scotch ' Herring. > ¦' ¦ . ¦ ¦ '• _ 60 doz...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

SPEECH! OF 6F.WEBAL SICK1ES . The following is a full report of thfrspeech <jf General Sickles, at Saratoga, last. Friday evening, made in response to a serenade: Ladies and Gentlemen : Itis embarrassing to be tliesole recipient of honors, which others should share.; 1 am quite awaro that I am mainly indebted for this graceful compliinent to yo.ur just admiration for the brilliant con-Sduct of the Third army corps at Chancellors--viilennd Gettysburg. So far; hbwever , as I tan permitted to receive your visit as an ex¬ pression of personal regard. I . thank you heartily for it. ' A .day iii Saratoga reminds us of anything but-war. The sacrifices of ihe North, grt-at as they have been, haw.not Apparently disturbed our pleasures,-- nor diminished oar resources; One more campaign —4n which the army and. navy shall feel that ,their valor and devotion are appreciated by the nation— ; and this sad war will then " end in the re-establishment of the National Government over al...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

SEXATOR BICE ON BEMOCEACr Hon. H. iI;Rice, formerly a Democratic Senator of the United States from Minnesota, fias addressed a letter to some citizens of Faribault, Minn., defining what "his position is and'what that! of all Democrats ought to be on the war question. The lettettjis dated St. Paul, Jul yj 22, and is as follow ' sl- .1 '¦Gentlemen: Illness in my family-has. prevented lie from giving you anearlieriaeknowledgement of yours of the-9th inst. j • i 1 am thankful^ for the expressions of esteem and regard you. were pleased to convey to-me. pi I ' I -' " , I ajn now~a private citizen, whichlposition I am determined to occupy. i . ' ¦ The thought of acting with any other than the Democraticparty never entered my head. The whole object of the rebellion;is todestroy the prinoipalof Democracy. Theparty Which stands by the Government is the true Democracy. Every soldier in the army is.ii true Democrat. Every man-who lifts his head above party trammels is a Democrat, «nd ev...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Ittfliical N6t alcoholic. ', A DIOHLT CONCEHTBATED VE8BTX BI.E BXTBACT. A PUKB TOiaO. . Dr. HOpFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS . ' . ' ' - - • ' . . ; ' i-u' ^ Br^paxeibs " '¦' •• ' ; ' ' i* Dr. C. M. Jackson, FhUadelphia, Pa., WiHeffeotnaHr core LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDI C E . C HR O NI G OB N E RVOUS - DEBIMTY» . Diseases of tho Kidneys.-and alt diseases arijU* from ¦»' disordered Liver or'Stomach.' * Such os Constipation; - Inward,-Piles;,Fullness «r Blood to the Head, Acidity of tho Stomach, Nausea. Heartbttrrit-Dis](fast -for Food, 1 FullDess s or Weisht in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinkinir or Fluttering nt the Pit of tho Stomach. Swimmin*, of the head-, Hurried and Difficult Brenthiotr , Flat toringot tho. Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, )ota or Weba before the Sight, .PoVer and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency ^ ntPerapiration. Yellowness of tho Skin and Eyes. Pain in-.th' e Side, Baofe, Chest, jimbs, &...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

THE OLDEST HOUSE in TOWNj, ¦MS A BOUSE OR DRUG STORE, > ¦ IS MILLER ' & HENSflEY'S, On the Northwest Corner . of the Diamond WHERE CAS BE ' HAS, . ' - - : CHEAP, FOR OASEr,'Y ' JSvorythlng, and more than la usually kept in Drag . Stores. .. . ¦• '¦ ,' . 1 ; FOfi ISSTAKCE, All Regular Drugs, / ' Cough Syrups, ' Hurray's Camphqrated. Cordial, t will ' enre,Diarrhea, <* Cordials, Certain Remedies, C ' Bheumatic- Liniments^ Anodyne Cordial, ' ' The Infant's Protector And Mother's Friend, Worm 8vrups, : - ' " • ' ¦ AndLojengos, ¦ ¦ - : . . . CoHLiTarOUn, ' • . - • :• * i " . " ¦ FluidExtractBuehu; . . . ¦ '; ¦ ¦ Lindsay's Blood Sosrcber, ¦ ' : • ¦ ' • , ¦ ' S»rs»partlla Syrups, And all other Standard Preparations of ¦ 'the ;:<-,.. , Dayr ,:-• ¦ -¦ ' ¦¦ " Notfe'Others iept ' at this Hops»» , ¦ SoiM .aWt forty kinds; ' , ' " , ' " PBRrcjreRT, the best <jf all kinds; ' , ' " Hofcsz »hi Cattu Powdeos. that can b« relied on; ' - ' . ' BaaosKHiOaandL...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

T^TOTICEINQUISITION.—To X^i Daniel, John S., Mary, Jacob and Jwoph A. Brewer, all «f Franklin county Pa.; Sabinn Brewerinter, married with Jacob" Hawk^residing near Funkstown, M(UHoarynrewer,re«idini;irithe3t»t(!OfIlIln<-is,lioIro and legal ' representatives of Joseph Brewerlate of Montgomery township,franklin "County, Pa., dee'd, you arc Hereby-notified thiit 1 will hold an Inquisition on the Renljjstate of snid deceased, situate in Montgomery township, Franklin county, Pa., on Wednesday.tin 10th iayof Septeml.er, 18E3.at 11 n'dock, A. M.,on the promises, whcuand whertyou may attend if Vim thirifepmpfr. SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff. 1 Sheriff's OlHcu, Ancnst 19,18tS3-3t : NOTICE. —Wliereas.Letters of Ad-. ' inlnistration on ihe Estate of Nancy Crawford, lat<< <jf Guilford tuwnsjiip, dee'd, have been granted to the subscriber, residing in said township All persons indebted to the said Ertate; are hereby requested to make immediate payment.and those having c...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

2Ujjal Notices A JOINT KESOLTJTION PBOXjL POSISG CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THB yu.xsimmox. • ¦ ¦ .. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of fftepresenta-Ken of Vie OommontciaWi of Pennsylvania in General ¦ ^sstziUg pvt, Tbat-Jhe following amendments be proposed to tiio Constitution of the Commonwealthin accordance with the provfti^ns of the tenth article there of-There sUalltio an' additional section tithe third nrticls of tha Constitution, to be designated as section four, ta follows: Section 4. Whenever any of the qualified electrrB of tliis Commonwealth shall bo la any actual' military service, under a requisition from the President of the United Statesor by tho authority of this Commonwealth, such electors may exercise tno right ol suffrage in oil elections by the-citizens, under BUch " regulations as are, or shall bo, prescribed hy law, as fully aa 1f they were present at their usual place of election. There shall be two additional sections to theekventh article of Consti...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

T> QOPIMG. .! ' X\i • • «" ' /HOOITHG Ready to hdU (town, ¦ HOOFING.nore ^ dUTiibleihan Tin. JtOOPIKS at half the cost of Kn.' BOQFINGfoT StttpnrFlatBoofi READY ROOFING .\ FOR HOUSES, , *1>R CHURCHES, , ¦ FOR FACTORIES, ' , TOR BARNB, . ; FOR ALL BUILDINGS 1 ; This RobSng is madoof the heaviest woven fiibrjc ever need for the purpose.—MannWtnred solely by oursalvoe and secured by Patent. " . . , -' I*nt up In rolls and shipped to all part* of th» country, and tuu^l ly fii r sale by hardwareroerchanteaad builders. It can beitpplied by any common workman. We aJsomamrEwtnre ^ ' ¦ .' ¦ ...• LIQUID OUITA PERCHA CEMENT , ' . - •' foai BSWmiso .• '¦ '' - •'• ¦ LEAKY TIN ROOFS! , CHEAPER TBA ' N OIL PAINT, ; , ' ' . BEATI ER.BODY THAN OIL PAfST. MORE DURABLE TBAS OIL PAINT It formsapermanetly adhesive,' elastic coating over the whole euriace of tlio tin, flUinirnp all the smaller , . BUST' HOLES, -, . , And often saving the expense of a new root . : 0DRC0MPODND ' ¦-• ¦ - G...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

i^iHuVilBEKSBURG ACADEMY. \J REHTTED AND REORGANIZED Will open its fall term on Monday, September 7th. Large additions have been-made to it» ahrendy extensive apparatus, a fnll'and efficient corps of teachers hns been employed and uo painBor expeni>o&pared to render oure one of the iirst institutions of learning in the conutry. ¦Particular attention paid to TeftcherB and yoangmen preparing for CoITege. - - . - A Priuinry Department for little Boys and Girls will be opened in th« Academy tinder charge of Miss Schrvely, in which the eUments of Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Oocjgraphyand Uramnar will he thorunghlv taught. Tuition in this department, $3 per quarter.' . Fn»*.fnrther particulars send fur circular or apply to the Principal. i FACULTY. J. R. Ki-nrer, Principal. A.OvranBLD, A. B_ Latin and H.English. A. M.TBiHHEn v Cnniniercial Department. Mlii R.tl.jHivzLT, Music, Druwlug and Principal of Primary Department. CliambersliurK. ane. 12.'63. ¦/" EMOE...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

PIANOS ! . . , , : ¦ . . ,, R. A. M'CLURE, solo agont for the celebrated ! DECKER BROTHERS'(NEW YORK) PIANO. ' pianos delivated; and put up In perfect condition, in ooy partoftheState,.at . , ' " f FACTORY BETAIL PRICES. ' ! AHTnstrnmentg warrantedfbrfivsyears. 1 Pianos from other factories will bo furnished, if desired. 1 I R. A. McCHTRB, ¦ ¦: IJnn^j.7,'63. Chambersbnrg,P ,a. • ¦ fH%PETINGS AND BEDDIN&. \J BEMOTA L^-R. L. KNIGHT 4SON la' ve removed from 282.S, Beeond street, to 807 CHESTNUT Street, above Eighth, where they have opened a well selected stock of ¦ . • ¦ CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND MAT-; • tings, ' ¦ v" . " PeddingandiTaittraasesof Every Description, j REA»T-XAI)E OS KASE 10 0RSEB. PEATBSSSyOF YABIt) VS dtrAVltlSs, \ . . ' iLWAis oh antB. - ' ¦ - - •; ] The manutictureand »Ie- of Bedding will also be continued at 262 S. Second street. " .-i ' itEEVE t. KNtOHT. , Jun«17,'6*Sra. ^ HARTr,BtKNieHT >

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

(Enmcattimal. FAYETTEVILLE ACADEMY.— The annual opening <if Fayettevllle Acndomy will tn6.e iil.iceon UWnesiiuj.&pitinAjrM.under thechnrge of Mr A. E. Svtmjntr oud Mina E. F.«Swraxrr, of New Jersey. This Institution is incorporated and!oc-*ted in tho vill age of Fayettevlllc, Franklin County, Piu, slimilesjroin ChambersburiMn a healthy part of the country and with magnificent SfSuntain scenery around it. ' It is thedesipnof thclnstitntioD and will betheconstant ainr of the teachers to impart practical thoroughness in all bmndiet of Instrudim. . The schtxil \ear is dividml into two session* pf twenty weeks each The Fall session begins the firstWednesflay in September and close the thir.7 Tuesday in January, with a vacntion of one week at Christmas. "The Spring session begins the first Wednesday in Feburaryand closes the 23d of June. * TERMS: For En-, liah branches. „.-.., /. $^8 00 Sciences and Higher Mathematics ' . 12 00 Forilassicnlstudies „ '....._ 16 OO Mnsiro...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

¦Q EGISTER'S NOTICE.-^-All perj^\)rani interested will please tuVe nntiee, that the folluniug Accountants have settled their accounts iu the Rejlsior's Office, in FranWin t'ounty, and that fl\e name will be preseuted to the Orphina' Court for confirmation on Tuesday. Hie Stft of Se2>tMnber,1863.at the Court House in Cbitmlieraburjr,: 318. Theaccount of Solomon R. Pattersonadminist e r of Daniel Cramer, late of Letterkenny t' wp., dee'd. .319. The first and final account of h. Lnmasrer and Wm. Adams, Trustees to sell the Real Estate of Jacob Lamaster, r"ec"d. ¦ . 310. The first and final account of Willmm Campbell ant! Jam*-* H. Alexunder.Executorsof WilliamCamjibeli lato "f Fanuet twj).. dee'd. SSI. The second nccount ot Abraham H. Wlngert and Juhn W. Solleuberger. Executors of th« last will unrt te»- tament of Jacob U. Winjort, latnof Guilfurd two., dee'd. 3.£2. The ttrst hccmuiii of Abraham B. Wjngort and John W. Sollenberger. Executors of Jacob B. Winirert late'ofGnllfor...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Vallandigham was a war democrat during the Mexican war. ' At a Democratic meeting in Dayton, Ohio, in. December,-1847, ho proposed this resolution^ which is good doctrine /or Democrats, and is held to now by all who are loyal: Resolve^, TbaJ^whatever opinions might hawe been Entertainedof the origin, necessity " o? justice by the tories of the. Revolutionary War, by the Federalists of the late war with •England, or by the Whigs and Abolitionists of .the present war with Mexico, the fact'of iheir,country's being engaged in such a war <nightto have been sufficient for them, and to " hS^k Tirecluded'debate on that subject unti l a #tf c&essful termination of the war; and that in the meantime, the patriot could have experienced IW difficulty in recognizing his floce on the side of the country, and could never have been induced to yield either physical or moral laid to the enemy.

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Musical MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET OKOA&'S, 1 WITH ONE OB1 TWO SETS OF REEDS, Containing the ATTOMATTC SWELL, DOUBLE BELLOWS, KNEE--, ¦ bTOP, AND COMTSlJfATION'VALVE. 8®. Every Instrument Warranted for Five l'eart. "59 -I'mcta JR0M $70 io 4450. - ' " The Cabinet Organ i> the only instrument which combines the requisites, for .church and- parlor music; for tho schocl room and the social fest.val gathering. For while it posEosecs sufficient power for thMccampanimentof a large chorus, it is, from its sapabitity of all shades of expression, and Its wonderful' crtKtnio and diminuendo, most effective as a solo instrument. Itis capable of orchestral (fleets, and rapid music, us trills, arpeggio?, etc. From its sustained tones, it has a decided advantage over the Piano-fortefor therendering of many of the choicest s morcei.u*of the masters, s'ueb. as syiuphonies, quartettes, etc." R. A. McCLUUK, Chambersbnrg, Pa. ' ¦ i General Agent for l'enniylvauta.. N, B. The u...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

From ' Ret..if. Newton Brawn, ZK D., Editor of tie , ., '¦ Encyclopedia ttf.Jielipimu~J{noicUdpe. >r:£,i Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines in-general; through distrust of theftingredients.and effects, I. yet know, of no sufficientreasons why a man ' may not testify to the benefits rio believes himself tf l have, received from.any simffle preparation, in tho hope .that he may thus contribute to tho benefit of others.* , ' ,i iS3 I do. this the more readily in regard to Hoofland't ierman Bitters, prepared py Dr. C. M. Jaokson.-ot this city, because I was prejudiced against tliqm for many'years, under the impression that they ' were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to mf friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal »f this -prejudice by proper tests, and for cucourage^- ment to try them, when suffering from great and long continued debility. The use of three oottleS'dt these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year, wosfollowed by ...

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