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Valley of the Shadow

Franklin Repository: May 25, 1859

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Description of Page: Page covered by human interest and religious stories

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Description of Page: Page covered by advertisements and "My Runaway Match" (a romance).

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Description of Page: Page covered by advertisements and an account of war in Sardinia.

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(Column 5)
Summary: Notes the meeting of the Franklin County Educational Association in St. Thomas on May 5 and 6 and the publication of its Proceedings.
(Names in announcement: , )
Death of a Native of Chambersburg
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Summary: Notes the death of Franklin native Mr. Shryock, while living in New Orleans.
(Names in announcement: John Shryock, J.K. Shryocknephew)
Origin of Article: "a New Orleans paper"
Death of an Unknown Man
(Column 6)
Summary: Notes the death of "an unknown German" at the home of Mr. Knepper on May 12.
(Names in announcement: Alexander Knepper, Dr. Brotherton, Justice Phillips)
Origin of Article: Waynesboro Record
Manny's Reaper
(Column 6)
Summary: Reprints a letter received by the agricultural agent Mr. Hurst promoting the reaper's virtues for farmers.
(Names in announcement: Samuel George, A.R. Hurstthe Agent)

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(Column 1)
Summary: Notes the efforts of Mr. McFadden and other citizens in erecting a monument to the well-liked Mr. Eyster in the Presbyterian cemetery of Chambersburg.
(Names in announcement: George Eysterdec'd, John McFadden)
An Affray
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Summary: Notes a brawl at a meeting in which Mr. Duffield, of Waynesboro, received a stab wound from Mr. Dullebon, as a result of a long-standing grudge. Mr. Blair apparently was caught in the middle of the fighting, which led to a free-for-all.
(Names in announcement: Duffield, Dullebon, Hugh Blair, William AuldEsq.)
Origin of Article: Mercersburg Journal

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Description of Page: Page covered by "Anecdotes of Revolutionary Times" and advertisements.

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Description of Page: Page largely covered by advertisements and novelty stories.

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Summary: Wedding of May 17, at Concord, Franklin Co.
(Names in announcement: Rev. W.G. Ferguson, Miss Hardenof Nossville, Huntingdon Co., Mr. Heisterformerly of Mifflin Co.)
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Summary: Nots wedding of May 18, at the home of Mr. McLellan.
(Names in announcement: Rev. L.S. Fine, Georgianna McLellan, Thomas Poultneyof Baltimore, hosted ceremony Wm. McLellanEsq., Col, of US Corps of Topographical Engineers John McLellandec'd father of the bride, )
(Column 2)
Summary: Notes the death of the young Markley, aged 5 years.
(Names in announcement: Willis Houck Markley, D.H. Markely, Anna Markley)
(Column 2)
Summary: Notes the death of Mr. Rife at the age of 80, at his residence near Rocky Spring.
(Names in announcement: John RifeSr., )
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Summary: Notes the death of Mrs. Moore, aged 25 years, after a brief but painful illness, on May 21st.
(Names in announcement: Sarah Moore, Milton Moore)