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Franklin Repository: October 19, 1859

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Description of Page: A remarkable Romance; political articles; Facts and Fancies.

Franklin County--Official Returns of Election Held October 11, 1859.
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Summary: All the Republic candidates won the majority in Franklin county. For Aud. Gen.--Cochran (R) 3692, Wright (D) 3267; Sur. Gen.--Keim (R) 3552, Rowe (D) 3393; For Senator--McClure (R) 3721, Douglas (D) 3200; For Assembly--Brewster (R) 3632, McAllen (D) 3327, Austin (R) 3675, Kelly (D) 3254; For Dis. Att'y--Eyster(R) 3577, Welsh (D)3339; Sheriff--McGrath (R) 3552, Sellers (D) 3358; For Treasurer--Stouffer (R) 3726, Snider (D) 3209; For Commissioner--Good (R) 3687, Jacoby (D) 3266; Director--Spencer (R) 3625, McClure (D) 3328; Downey, 3 y. (R) 3685, Davison 2 y. (R) 3663; Allen 3 y.(D) 3272, Elliott 2 y. (D) 3287; Kauffman (R) 3684, Stenger (D) 3266; King (R) 3705, Kennedy (D) 3244.
(Names in announcement: Cochran, Wright, Keim, Rowe, McClure, Douglas, Brewster, Austin, McAllen, Kelly, Eyster, Welsh, McGrath, Sellers, Stouffer, Snider, Good, Jacoby, Spencer, McCLure, Downey, Davison, Allen, Elliott, Kauffman, Stenger, King, Kennedy)

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Description of Page: Serial fiction of a Haunted House; Temperance stories; Anecdotes; Advertisements.

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Description of Page: List of the Premiums for the fair--see entry 10/12/59 page 3.

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Description of Page: General news; advertisements.

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Summary: The editors praise voters for having voted in Republican candidates.
"The Green Spot"
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Summary: Announcement that Franklin county elected the whole Republican ticket--and that this is much needed in a time when there is a shortage of money due to Free Trade policies.
"Taking Deliberate Aim"
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Summary: A report of the duel between Hon. David C. Broderick, Senator from Calif. and D. S. Terry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Calif. Broderick was mortally wounded, and before he died, he claimed that he was killed for his anti-slavery stance.
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Summary: The results of the Senatorial District--McClure (R) 6975, Douglas (D) 6573; the Representative District--Brewster (R) 4,321, McAllen (D) 4,153, Austin (R) 4,406, Kelly (D) 4,089.
(Names in announcement: McClure, Douglas, Brewster, Austin, McAllen, Kelly)
The Fair
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Summary: Reminder of the first annual exhibition of the Farmers and Mechanics Industrial Association of Franklin County--and an encouragement of rivalling the other counties of Pennsylvania. Also a high recommendation for new means of having fun and a description of a wheelbarrow race.
Rare Chance
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Summary: The law books of the late Hon. D. F. Robison will be auctioned by T. M. Carlisle, Esq. on Nov. 3rd.
(Names in announcement: Hon. D. F. Robison, T. M. CarlisleEsq.)
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Summary: The Path Valley Lodge will celebrate their fourth Anniversary, at Strasburg, on Oct. 22nd. Lodges from Franklin, Cumberland and Fulton Counties will attend, a procession will take place, and William S. Everett, Esq., will speak.
(Names in announcement: William S. EverettEsq.)

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Description of Page: Book Table; national stories; market reports; advertisements.

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Description of Page: Stories; Anecdotes; advertisements.

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Description of Page: Advertisements.

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Description of Page: advertisements; real estate sales.

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Summary: On Sept 27th, Rev. William A. West, married Morrow R. Gamble to Margaret Rine, daughter of John Rine, all of the vicinity of Dry Run, Franklin co. On Oct. 13th, in Chambersburg, at the German Reformed Parsonage, Rev. Samuel Philips married William Wilson to Sarah Wingerd, both from the vicinity of Greencastle. On Oct. 13th, at Miller's Hotel, Rev. Samuel Philips married Denis A. Cretin to Margaret Clingan, both of Upton, Franklin co. On Oct. 13th, at the Indian Queen Hotel, in Chambersburg, Rev. S. McHenry married John Tarner to Frances E. Reamer, all of the vicinity of Loudon, Franklin co. On Oct. 5th, Rev. Joseph Clark married Charles Kinsler to Sarah Hutchison, all of Chambersburg. On Oct. 4th, in Chambersburg, Rev. P. B. Reese married George Gelwicks, of Hamilton Twp., to Lucinda Boggs, of Chambersburg. On Oct. 4th, Rev. P. B. Reese married James Guthrie of Hamilton Twp., to Elizabeth Switzer, of Chambersburg.
(Names in announcement: Rev. William A. West, Mr. Morrow R. Gamble, Miss Margaret Rine, Mr. John Rine, Rev. Samuel Philips, Mr. William Wilson, Miss Sarah Wingerd, Mr. Denis A. Cretin, Miss Margaret Clingan, Rev. S. McHenry, Mr. John Tarner, Miss Frances E. Reamer, Rev. Joseph Clark, Mr. Charles Kinsler, Miss Sarah Hutchison, Rev. P. B. Reese, Mr. George Gelwicks, Miss Lucinda Boggs, Mr. James Guthrie, Miss Elizabeth Switzer)
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Summary: On Oct. 12th, Anna Chambers died, infant daughter of Rev. LambertS. and Mary B. Fine. On Oct. 16th, in Mercersburg, Miss Molly Waddell died at age 58. On Oct. 7th, in Chambersburg, Frank, infant son of James C. and Emma Eyster, died at age 3 months 3 weeks and 2 days.
(Names in announcement: Anna Chambers Fine, Mrs. Lambert S. Fine, Rev. Mary B. Fine, Miss Molly Waddell, Frank Eyster, Mr. James C. Eyster, Mrs. Emma Eyster)