Franklin Repository: October 5, 1864Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
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Sherman's Rebuke To Hood
(Column 5)Summary: Prints Sherman's response to the rebel General Hood's outrage over Sherman's expulsion of rebels from his lines. Sherman defends his order as insuring the safety of the women and children of Atlanta. He points out that rebels made similar orders or faced civilian casualties.
Editorial Comment: "When Gen. Sherman made Treason feel the iron heel of the conqueror by ordering all rebel citizens out of his lines, so as to prevent an organization of rebel spies by the people who live on her bounty, Gen. Hood denounced the order as 'studied and ungenerous cruelty.' To this Gen. Sherman replied in the following pungent letter. It would be well for Northern men who are always complaining of Union armies and officers, to read what the Hero of Atlanta says:"The Richmond Examiner On The Political Situation
(Column 5)Summary: Reprints an article of the Richmond Examiner linking the election results with the progress of the rebel army and the Union army.Are The Germans Wrong In Wanting Our Bonds?
(Column 6)Summary: The Repository describes Germans as excellent savers of money. Germans' buying of U. S. Securities, indicates the soundness of the investment.Hon. Alexander King
(Column 7)Summary: The Herald and Whig praise Alexander King's execution of his duties in court.
(Names in announcement: Alexander King)Origin of Article: The Somerset Herald and Whig[No Title]
(Column 7)Summary: Reprints a report describing soldiers' responses to the candidates for president. The rebel soldiers on the front line gave three cheers for the nomination of McClellan while the Union soldiers responded with their own cheers for Lincoln.
Editorial Comment: "The following remarkable statement comes from a correspondent of the Press in the field in front of Petersburg. It is vouched for as true by the writer, and he refers to the Union soldiers for proof of the truth of what he says:"Political Intelligence
(Column 7)Summary: Among other news items, is the note that a number of men--Johnson, R. J. Breckinridge, Tod, E. Everett, D. S. Dickinson, L. Trmaine, B. F. Butler, B. H. Brewster, W. M. Hiester, D. Dougherty, U. S. Grant--who opposed Lincoln in 1860, now support Lincoln.
(Column 2)Summary: The Repository responds to a Valley Spirit article that notes prosperity under Democratic administrations. The Repository argues that Democratic U. S. Senators led the movement for secession destroying peace and undermining prosperity.[No Title]
(Column 2)Summary: Lists notable Democrats who moved from opposing Lincoln to supporting him.[No Title]
(Column 2)Summary: Responds to a Valley Spirit article in support of J. McDowell Sharpe by praising A. K. McClure. The Valley Spirit article celebrates Sharpe's efforts in the legislature to get compensation for the Franklin County sufferers. The Repository reminds readers of McClure's efforts while a private citizen to get compensation for the destruction of Franklin County.[No Title]
(Names in announcement: J. McDowell SharpeEsq., A. K. McClure)
(Column 2)Summary: Notes the dropping prices caused by the hopeful outlook of the war.[No Title]
(Column 3)Summary: Calls attention to the Valley Spirit praise of McClure's efforts to get compensation from the legislature for the destruction in Franklin County.The Old Keystone State
(Names in announcement: Colonel A. K. McClure)
(Column 3)Summary: The editors report that Pennsylvania sent sixteen regiments to Grant's army as well as approximately 20,000 volunteers to the old regiments.[No Title]
(Column 3)Summary: Notes the recent decision to exempt any man who paid the $300 exemption for any previous draft.Gen. McClellan
(Column 4)Summary: The editors note McClellan's hypocritical demand for frugal government while retaining his commission in the army without rendering any service.The Democrats of Fulton
(Column 4)Summary: Reports the abuse committed by Democrats upon the enrolling officers for Licking Creek Township and Bethel.[No Title]
(Column 4)Summary: The editors reference a letter from a Franklin County soldier at the hospital at Cumberland. The soldiers in the hospital unanimously support Lincoln.Maj. Harry White
(Column 5)Summary: Announces the exchange of former senator Maj. Harry White, of the 67th Pennsylvania.Harrisburg
(Names in announcement: Major Harry White)
(Column 5)Summary: Reports news from Harrisburg including the promptness of Pennsylvania in furnishing troops, the sixteen regiments organized by Governor Curtin, and electioneering for the Union.
Trailer: "Horace"Summary Of War News
(Column 5)Summary: Summarizes war news including the victory of General Sully over 5,000 Indians on September 21, Longstreet in command of the Shenandoah Valley, rumors Georgia's re-admission to the Union, the break up of General Early's army, and the movement of generals Ord and Birney on Richmond.Last Speech of Douglas
(Column 6)Summary: The Repository reprints the last speech of Douglas in support of war should the South secede from the Union.Gen. Sherman
(Column 6)Summary: The Repository reprints Sherman's response to complaints of the removal of Atlanta's inhabitants. Sherman discusses the necessity of the order to his military strategy to end the war.Hear The Rebel Vice President
(Column 7)Summary: Reprints a speech in 1861 by Alexander Stephens, the Vice President of the Confederacy, reminding Southern leaders of all the benefits of the Union and federal government and asking what wrongs the Union committed against the Southern states that justify secession.
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(Column 2)Summary: Reports a burglary at the warehouse of Wunderlich & Nead. The thieves used a false key and blew the safe to steal three U. S. bonds for $500 each.[No Title]
(Names in announcement: Wunderlich, Nead)
(Column 2)Summary: Announces that Philip Hamman reopened his law practice at the office of Mrs. Bard, formerly occupied by Reilly & Sharpe.Liberal Contribution
(Names in announcement: Philip HammanEsq., Mrs. Bard, Reilly, Sharpe)
(Column 2)Summary: Acknowledges the contribution of $151 from the citizens of Dry Run and Spring Run to the citizens of Chambersburg.Married
(Column 3)Summary: On September 22, in the Lutheran Parsonage, Upper Strasburg, S. Gelwix married K. Snyder, the eldest daughter of Rev. Snyder, both of Upper Strasburg.Died
(Names in announcement: Rev. M. Snyder, Mr. Samuel Gelwix, Miss Kate Snyder)
(Column 3)Summary: On September 21, Mrs. Cross died at about 98 years old.List Of Causes For Trial
(Names in announcement: Mrs. Elizabeth Cross)
(Column 6)Summary: List of causes for trial for the October term. The cases for the first week are as follows: T. Carlisle, surviving partner of Robison & Carlisle vs. B. Phreaner's Administrators; J. and S. Ely vs. F. Funk; E. Kuhn vs. W. Crook's Executors; S. Bowman vs. W. Bowman; M. Zellers vs. J. Rule; M. Philippi vs. J. Ashway; S. & M. Pennock & Co. vs W. Reber; E. Trindle and S. Doyle vs. M. Clarke; J. Tritch vs. J. Price. The cases for the second week are as follows: H. Holby vs T. Fletcher, J. Cramer, J. Gelwicks and others; S. Baker vs S. Bitner Administrator of P. Kyner; W. Bush vs. J. Shoap; C. Hock vs. A. Adams et al.; J. Kennedy's Executors vs. P. Bough, et al.; W. Rodgers vs. W. Keyser; A. Lochbaum vs. Dr. Lambert and J. Huber; R. Morrison vs. H. Kreager, for the use of Administrators of J. Miller; G. Gaff's use vs. J. Tritle; J. Snyder and wife vs. W. Christ; A. Hess vs. D. Reisher. K. Taylor, the prothonotary, publishes the list.
(Names in announcement: T. M. Carlisle, Robison, Benjamin Phreaner, John Ely, Solomon Ely, Franklin Funk, Emanuel Kuhn, W. Crook, Sarah Bowman, W. Bowman, M. Zellers, James Rule, Mathias Philippi, John Ashway, S. Pennock, M. Pennock, William Reber, Elizabeth Jane Trindle, Samuel B. Doyle, Mary Ann Clarke, John Tritch, Joseph Price, Henry Holby, Thomas L. Fletcher, Jonathan A. S. Cramer, John Gelwicks, Solomon Baker, Simon Bitner, Philip Kyner, William Bush, John Shoap, Charles Hock, A. S. Adams, J. J. Kennedy, Peter Brough, W. N. Rodgers, William Keyser, Andrew J. Lochbaum, Dr. John Lambert, John Huber, Rebecca Morrison, Henry KreagerJr., J. H. Miller, George Gaff, John H. Tritle, John Snyder, Mrs. Snyder, William Christ, Abraham Hess, Daniel S. Reisher, Prothonotary K. S. Taylor)
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