Franklin Repository: March 22, 1865Go To Page : 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
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Causes For Trial At April Term, 1865
(Column 5)Summary: Lists the trials for the 1865 term. Scheduled for the first week: J. McCurdy & Wife vs. A. McCurdy; J. McCurdy & wife vs. D. Vance; A. Saylor vs. L. Brenner; W. Rodgers vs. W. Keyser; J. Bomberger vs. F. Walk; P. Karper vs. B. Cook, et al.; D. Witherspoon vs. R. Currey's Executors; W. Stumbaugh vs. U. Smith; J. Richardson vs. J. Plum. Scheduled for the second week: Weagley & Bonebreak, Houghwont & Co. vs. Wunderlich, Nead & Co.; E. Trindle vs. M. Clark; J. Lynn vs. J. Hisey & Wife; M. Skinner vs. Samuel Bitner; J. Brown vs. S. Worley et al.; G. Gaff's use vs. J. Tritle; J. Miller et al. vs. W. Skinner, et al.; M. Skinner vs. Samuel Bitner; W. Wilhelm vs. D. Reisher; M. Miller vs. J. Hartle; J. Glass vs. H. Kyle and Wife; Simon Bitner vs. J. Waldsmith; H. Kyle vs. J. Glass; L. Speilman vs. J. Eckman; R. McCurdy vs. J. Cowan.
(Names in announcement: John McCurdy, Mrs. John McCurdy, Andrew McCurdy, David Vance, Abraham Saylor, L. B. Brenner, William Rodgers, William Keyser, J. Bomberger, Frederick Walk, Philip Karper, Benjamin Cook, David Witherspoon, Rebecca Currey, William Stumbaugh, Uriah P. Smith, John Richardson, John Plum, Weagley, Bonebreak, Wunderlich, Nead, Houghwont, Elizabeth Jane Trindle, Mary Ann Clark, Jacob S. Lynn, Jacob Hisey, Mrs. Jacob Hisey, Morrow R. Skinner, Samuel Bitner, Jacob S. Brown, Samuel M. Worley, George Gaff, John H. Tritle, John Miller, William Skinner, William Wilhelm, D. S. Reisher, Mary C. Miller, John H. Hartle, Jacob C. Glass, Henry Kyle, Mrs. Henry Kyle, Simon Bitner, John Waldsmith, Luther Speilman, J. C. R. Eckman, R. C. McCurdy, John S. Cowan, K. S. Taylor)
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The Military Claim Bill
(Column 1)Summary: Criticizes the defeat of the military claim bill by the state legislature. The editors assert that the bill only recognized the citizens' sacrifices to allow future adjudication during peace time. The legislature defeated the bill on the suspicion that fraudulent claims would rob the state treasury. The editors deem the action of the legislature inconsistent with patriotism and justice.A Supplement
(Column 2)Summary: Reports the passage of a bill in the state legislature proposed by McClure. The bill allows the governor to uniform companies in the border counties for local defense.[No Title]
(Names in announcement: Mr. McClure)
(Column 2)Summary: Describes the damage caused by a flood in the Susquehanna to the Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Central railroads.Harrisburg. A Final Struggle for the Sufferers of the Border--Defeat of the Bill--The Debate--The Vote--Border Companies to be Uniformed for Local Defence.
(Column 2)Summary: Recounts the defeat of the military claim bill. An opponent of the bill insinuated that McClure proposed the bill because he lost over $50,000 in the rebel border attacks.
(Names in announcement: Mr. Sharpe, Mr. McClure)Trailer: "Horace"Washington. A trip to the Army of the Potomac--Indications of an Early Move--Desertions from the Rebel Army--Peace Rumors--Minister to France--The Exchange of Prisoners--The Health of the President--Vice President Johnston
(Column 3)Summary: Describes a trip to the army of the Potomac, desertions from the rebel army, gossip on the streets of peace, and the slow recovery of Lincoln from his illness.The Draft
(Column 4)Summary: Lists of drafted men in Guilford, St. Thomas, Petters, and Warren townships in Franklin County. Green, Southampton, Mercersburg, and Greencastle filled their quotas there and will not be subject to a draft.The Spring Elections
(Column 6)Summary: Provides the election returns for three of the townships in Franklin County. See the March 29, 1865, issue of the Franklin Repository for the full results.Another Copperhead Outrage
(Column 6)Summary: Describes a Copperhead gang from Bedford and Fulton counties that congregates in Whip's Gap. The gang commits "outrages" upon Union men like destroying barns, crops, and livestock.Exchanged Prisoners
(Column 6)Summary: Notes the exchange of Thomas Myers, Co. K, 107th Pa.; Thomas Cochran, 77th Pa.; Monroe Bernitz, 1st Pa. Rifles; William Pearse, --th Pa.; and George S. Heck and A. C. McGrath, both citizens. The rebels held the six men as prisoners.Summary Of War News
(Names in announcement: Capt. Thomas Myers, Lieut. Thomas Cochran, Monroe Bernitz, William Pearse, George S. Heck, A. C. McGrath)
(Column 7)Summary: Describes the battle in Kinston, North Carolina, in which the rebels attempted to take the Union earthworks .
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Apprehensions in Richmond from Sheridan's Raid. The Alarm Bells Rung. Every Available Person Hurried to the Defences. Signs Of The Abandonment Of The City.
(Column 1)Summary: Discusses news learned from an exchanged Union prisoner formerly held at Castle Thunder, Richmond. The soldier describes Richmond's response to Sheridan's attack.The Great Raider North Of Richmond! The James River Canal Destroyed to Within 28 Miles of Richmond! All the Bridges over the South Anna River Destroyed! The Rebels Defeated. Three 20-Pounder Parrott Guns Taken!
(Column 1)Summary: Relates Sheridan's report on his movements at Richmond.An Address By President Lincoln
(Column 1)Summary: Prints Lincoln's speech during a ceremony for the presentation of a captured flag from Fort Anderson given by the 140th Indiana Volunteers to their Gov. Morton.Latest News From Sherman. He Crosses The Cape Fear At Fayetteville. His Army Marching On Goldsboro.
(Column 2)Summary: Describes the progress of Sherman as his army marches on Goldsboro.Gen. Lee Caving In!! He Advises Jeff. Davis to Give it Up. Further Bloodshed A Useless Waste!!
(Column 2)Summary: Reports Gen. Lee's belief in the impossibility of Confederate victory with his cut supply lines cut and depleted armies.Finance And Trade
(Column 2)Summary: Describes a general drop in the prices of stocks.Married
(Column 3)Summary: On March 15, at the home of the bride's mother, by the Rev. McCool, David Seibert, of Chambersburg, married Ellie, daughter of the late John Martin, of Pottsville.Married
(Names in announcement: Rev. Joseph McCool, Mr. David H. Seibert, Miss Ellie E. Martin, Mrs. Martin, John S. C. MartinEsq.)
(Column 3)Summary: On March 20, by Rev. Smith, Joshua McCumsey, of Lancaster city, married Jennie McFarren, near Mt. Alto, Franklin County.Died
(Names in announcement: Rev. S. H. C. Smith, Mr. Joshua McCumsey, Miss Jennie McFarren)
(Column 3)Summary: On March 12, near Waynesboro, Mary, daughter of Jacob Shank, died at 14 years, 2 months, and 3 days.Died
(Names in announcement: Mary Alice Shank, Jacob Shank)
(Column 3)Summary: On March 9, in Waynesboro, Charles, son of John and Cecelia Stoner, died at 4 months and 10 days.Died
(Names in announcement: Charles Augustus Stoner, John Stoner, Mrs. Cecelia Stoner)
(Column 3)Summary: On March 14, near Spring Run, Hannah, daughter of Elias and Eliza Shearer, died at 26 years, 2 months, and 22 days.Died
(Names in announcement: Hannah M. Shearer, Elias Shearer, Mrs. Eliza Shearer)
(Column 3)Summary: The two sons of Jonathan Minick were killed during military service. Peter, a private in Co. I, 149th Regiment, was killed at Petersburg .A List Of Grand And Traverse Jurors
(Names in announcement: Corp. Peter M. Minick, Jonathan N. Minick, Jonathan MinickEsq.)
(Column 4)Summary: Lists jurors for the grand jury: J. Clark, Chambersburg; D. Bonebreak, Guilford; D. Brewer, Warren; S. Creamer, Letterkenny; J. Eyster, Chambersburg; S. Elder, Fannett; J. Elder, Fannett; M. Gordon, Greencastle; W. Hewitt, Peters; C. Hazelet, Lurgan; G. Immel, Guilford; J. Keyser, Montgomery; J. Little, Fannett; D. Miller, Quincy; W. McAllen, Metal; W. Mackey, Fannett; C. Metz, Peters; J. Orr, Southampton; S. Peckman, Letterkenny; T. Pomeroy, Lurgan; W. Pomeroy, Fannett; B. Small, Guilford; A. Weir, Greencastle; C. Whitmore, Antrim. Traverse Jurors: J. Ashway, Green; S. Breckenridge, Southampton; A. Baker, Quincy; J. Croft, St. Thomas; D. Coble, St. Thomas; G. Carbaugh, Washington; J. Crawford, Guilford; W. Clark, Green; J. Cressler, Southampton; C. Eyster, Chambersburg; S. Etter, Green; J. Eberly, Guilford; H. Grove, Antrim; B. Grove, Green; J. Garlinger, Montgomery; D. Gelwix, Letterkenny; L. Gilbert, Antrim; W. Harshman, Quincy; H. Hoffman, Antrim; P. Hammond, Fannett; M. Heinzelman, Guilford; W. Hafer, Hamilton; H. Haus, Mercersburg; T. Henneberger, Chambersburg; B. Huber, St. Thomas; W. Huber, Chambersburg; P. Kreighbaum, Chambersburg; R. Kirkpatrick, Green; A. Lehman, Green; S. Leckrone, Washington; L. Leckrone, Antrim; J. Miller, Chambersburg; R. Mahon, Green; R. McElroy, Green; J. McClay, Lurgan; T. McGuire, Peters; B. Picking, Hamilton; B. Palmer, Antrim, H. Pensinger, Antrim; J. Reily, Greencastle; S. Secrist, Quincy; H. Snyder of J., Guilford; N. Sollenberger, Guilford; S. Snively, Antrim; C. Shoekey, Washington; M. Snively, Antrim; G. Umbrell, Metal; J. Wallace, Southampton.
(Names in announcement: Joseph Clark, David H. Bonebreak, Denton Brewer, Solomon Creamer, James C. Eyster, Samuel Elder, Joseph Elder, Matthew Gordon, William Hewitt, Cyrus Hazelet, George W. Immel, John K. Keyser, James Little, David Miller, W. S. McAllen, William A. Mackey, Casper Metz, John Orr, Samuel Peckman, Thomas Pomeroy, William Pomeroy, B. C. Small, A. K. Weir, Christian Whitmore, John Ashway, S. G. Breckenridge, Abram Baker, John Croft, Daniel Coble, George Carbaugh, Jonathan E. Crawford, William Clark, Joseph G. Cressler, C. W. Eyster, Samuel Etter, Jacob Eberly, Henry Grove, Benjamin Grove, Jacob Garlinger, Daniel Gelwix, Lewis Gilbert, William Harshman, Henry Hoffman, Philip Hammond, Martin Heinzelman, William Hafer, Herman Haus, Thomas Henneberger, Benjamin Huber, William Huber, Peter Kreighbaum, Robert Kirkpatrick, Andrew Lehman, Simon Leckrone, Lewis Leckrone, John Miller, Robert Mahon, Robert F. McElroy, John E. McClay, Thomas McGuire, Barnet Picking, Benjamin Palmer, Henry Pensinger, James Reily, Samuel Secrist, Henry Snyder, Noah Sollenberger, Samuel B. Snively, Christian Shoekey, Melchi Snively, George Umbrell, James Wallace)
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