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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

.: The Union (C onvention of-Cumberland county will be held.on Monday next " : ' "'"" Tho KeposiVobV,we or^sotry " to soe, don't like York, and. not to put too fine a point upon it, is in an nncowfortably bad numorwithher people. This thing is distressing enough as it stands, and the prospect of improving it ia dreary, indeed—for We, cannot indulge the hope that the acidulated temper of the BkpoSitobt «ill be sweetened by the returns from York in October. Ifthatunfortunatecountyis now mtbeshadowof the REPOsiToay'sfrown.what utter darkness , will bo her lot when she piles up against the Repository's pet Curtin the awful majority of FOUB THOC8AND l—Phila. Daily Aae. iNSAtfAtE AgeJ- will not less suffice? York county may give the half of 4,000 for Judge Woodward, or even more. It is blessed with several, non-accepting schooldistricts, which will of course vote for him with a degree of unanimity equaled only by their hostility to free schools and to the government, and as its ch...

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Bei» ^ bmisemcttts shall b««mploye<l nndcrthe LegisWire,' Execnti»ejv>r .Judiciary Department uf this t'tate;«or-of the Vii'iiri States, or'of any Itioirpurated District, and aljo, •Ihat every member of Congress ami of the State Legislature, and of the Select or Common Council of, any City, or Commissioner < f any Incorporated District; is by-.aw inca pable of holding ur exercising at tho time, the office or appointment of Juiko, Inspector onClerk of *ny eleetiun of tbisComnninwealth,andthatno4udgo, Ins 'pwtor or Other officer of such election, shall bo ellglblo to ba then Toted for." ' - And the slid Act of Assembly, entitled •• An Act re'itiugtoHoctliuiuf this Commonwealth," passed July 3; 1839further provides, as fjlWvrs, to wit t '•Thitthe In«pccto« andjudges " shall mtet. at th« respective places 11 ppninted for huldinc;' the election in tboDistrlct-inwbuhtbeymayrespectivi'ly belong. l»>- fore 9 o'clocki'On the in«rning'of the*2d Tuesthty of Oc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Latest from Charleston. fwfeJltolirie, Gi« and Beauregard Shdlcd foi fine ' Bun. ¦ ' . Greek Fire Throwa 4ato Charleston. Beauresrard Protestg Against It. ¦ - ' ; ' ' » ' 1 f NW Tokk, August 28.—the steamer Ara-*o ,'from "Cljariestoa bar, oa the2oth, arrived ¦Sere to-iixy. , , Off Morris Island, August 21, Noon.— -OnSaturday at midnight, Admiral Dahlgren, with Aye monitors, advanced in the darkness «i Fort Sumter,- opening fire at three o'clock, •nd keeping it up until six o'clock. The fort during the five houra'flreupbnit, ¦was struck over a hundred times, the balls tearing through theseti wall and doubling the number or portholes. The whole parapet was iilso carried away. JNo signals ¦were given until the whole fleet qpoitedj and then the fire was one of the ¦most terrific description. 8umter fired one gun in. response five timesbut Moultrie, ^Jregg and ii«iuregard for three hours rained shell on the monitors, failing to do them anv harm. The monitors were struck seven or ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Jieto atrber tisetrtents "VrOTICE;—The . School Directors JJ^l of Hamilton township will meet on Siturdity,tbe bill of September, at tho flc-usa of.John Gordon to em j pfny eii-ht twicbers. • WM. BOSSEET, sept.a-lt. - , Sec'y. - EXECUTORS' NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given tha( Letters TcsMmBntiiry to the Jistateof Fred'k.Znllinger, «f LettiTkcuny township, dee'd. have lieen gmntoil to the uuilersignod. ¦ .' "- . All persons Indebted to, tlte said Estate.ttre hereby requested to make imnietUa te pij-mni t., and tlioae having claims wdeniauiUiagaiittttlicEstate of said decedent will makeknnwn the same without deity, to JOtDf ZDLLTNGEB. ifcirriHburp, Pa., -' -. GKO. ZULLlNQElt, LcttBrkeiin.v tawiulup, septi-fit* ' ' Exeoutorii. a dministeator;s; notice • /% Notice is hereby giveii ' thut Letters of Administra. tiim on the Estnte uf.Henry Hollar, late ol Lurgan town ship, nee'<i. hAye-beee grunted to tho undersigned, residing in St.Th<mi;!» township. .. : -,' . - Al ...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

T>ROCLAMATION !—G-ENERAL t7 EliECTION.—Wiereaa, in and by an Act of the Ornerat Asstmbly of the Cpmrnobweaith of Pennsjlvanfa,»ntltled." ':Kn Act relating, to . the Elections uf this < ommonwealth,".passi'd the 3d duy of July, Annj Domini :1839, It ismade tUo duty of tlia Sheriff of every County 'within this ComuibnweaUU togivu ' public notice of tim General £Iectious,'dnd in such notice to euumenUe—lrt—The Officers to bo elected. 'id-^Seslgnating the places al which the election is to beheld. Therefore, 1 ; ' - . ' ' I, SAMUEL BRANDT, High Sheriff of the Couhty' o! Franklindo hereby make known lind givo thfa PHBLIO NOTICE tft the Electors of the County uf Franklin, that O.Y THE 2d TJTJ5SDAY OF OCTOBER; NEXT, (boing the 18tb day of themonth.)a Gcnoml-Etection will bo held at the several Election Districts established by law Iir said county at which tlmo they will vote bj dm' Jut for tho several ofBcers,"&c.,hereinafter named, vte>- ' One person for Gov...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

! POTATO MJiP.ZET. Mercer. Now " , "" -kq Pink-Eycs..... ' . ' ... ' .. ' .'ZZZ :,0 ^l leto aibettisemeitts. SUBSTITUTE! SUBSTITUTE! 1 F"rle<sthan.to0. For particnlara incliwe 10 cents. AddiM« ' J. A. THOMPSON. Kept 2-3t« Careof Johnfl.Schiller.Plttilinn;. 1'a. TTNION COUNTY COMMITTEE. \ _J , —The Cuiun County Committee will meet at the Law, office of John Stewart. inCliambcridung, in Satwday; tlic Wi day of September, at 1 o'clock, 1>. M. A full HttemUnce is.eaniHtiy requested. sept 2-lt / , jqifN STEWART, Hriirman. ¦\TOW READY.—Our new PEICE JLl LIST' of STRAWBEKRIES. RASPBEBKIES, bl,iCKUBRKlES, CUUUANTS, GOOSEBERRIES, ORAPE VINES. &c.,ic. U now issued and will tro »eut to «X\ anpliaints lve» of Aw ge. J. KHOX. : sept.2-am. Box 155 I'htsburR. Pa, S.TRAWBERKIES.—Ourne^"cipl , cular. giving varieties «t Strawberries, that hare fiuved the most valuable the past reason, with price uf plants, aud other information, will be' tent tn all applicants. . J. KNOX. &...

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

EKANKLIN NUESEE.Y, , . .. - i - CHA4IBBRSBURG r TESNA. Dho subscriber would fnvlto the attonttoi*6f the public toa'vtry fine assortment of Fruit and ornanidntal Trera now ready for sale. ' As oirljiilnc^ment to plant APPLE TREES .I willplont t' em »t $25 per hundred (these'.cction left as mnch as possible to myBelf) from 5 to 7 feet high, and jrell formed. I will further guarantee the growth of them' the: pur' ¦ •hasertodlg Ihb holes »nd give the trfeethe after treatment that I-maY direct. '':¦' -'¦\- • APPLE TREES > . - Frnm8to7feot high,15 ' cts each. 81250jerhundred. ttoSfeet my own select ion, $10 per hundred. Exfra,larie,from 8to Wfeet, 25cis.eacn. PEACH TREES. Anna assortment,of well grown healthy Peach Tree?, lucluding all (he late varieties. . . , , : . ; 15 CENTS:EACIT, OR S8'PiB HCNDKED. An extra lot Seedling Peach Trees; $5 per hundred. .CHERRY TRIES. Most of the-Irading varieties now cultivated, andknown to do well in thisiatitude-^ono year old—1& cent...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

AS HO3TEST CONFESSION Unlike several of our Northern journals, the Raleigh (North .Carolina) Standard considers it a great crime to conceal the truth. It announces that it will, therefore, tell the truth, no matter what may b ' e theconseo ^ uenee and begins by this confession:. ¦ From the beginning of the war until the present, the enemy has slowly but surely gained upon us; and but for the extraordinary endurance and courage of- our troops, his flag would now be floating at the capitql of every State. We have lost Missouri, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Mississippi Valley, Ttoas, .LouisianaArkansas, and considerablt^iortions of other States. Vicksburg nas fallen, as we feared many months agditwould; Port Hudson has fallen ; Charleston, Mobile, and Savannah will go next. General Lee is attempting to retire from Maryland, with his spoils, but no substantial victory has crowned his " arms. We are weaker to-day than when he crossed the Potomac into Maryland.— Our recruits...

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

&i\n mtifrtoonmts ST A T E F A ' i-R..—The, Eleventh ¦ . ANNUAI, EXHtBITION ' ¦ ¦ [ '' . ofthe ¦ -¦ " J - ¦ Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society '- will be field/at ' " -; ' ¦" JjOHRlSTOVTtf, : M0NH10iIl!Ki ¦ COUNTY.. PENNA, . ScpteiiberZSth <^30iA arid October UCd- 8d,lBU3., ' Norriatown is abont IT inlies West of Pbllaaelphiaion Jho ^ Schujlkill Riverand i3 accessible by ltailvray to every portion of tlie State. ' ' . ¦ ' aiio . Grounds ore beautifully situated, containing 28 Acres ofgrdhudwith fine large buildings thereonertctcit, together with largo amount of yhrddiag. The.track is said to beono ofthe best half-mile tracks m tho state. The premiums are tho heaviest ever.olfercd bv the Society, amounting to about $7UOOj The premiums for all grades of cattieeicecaSlwe, fl»o of TThich'ire ?30 each, ID lrom ti5 to$15. others rmininp down to Jtasi'r rates ( Best herd not lets thau 15 bead, first DremJnm $40; 2nd !pfomium$25. ' . " • ¦ • O Uv.raea lui »',1 grad...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

FROM NEWBERN. A REBEL WAR VESSEL RUNS THE ' BLOCKAD . , Jeff. " Davis calls for .500,000 Black Troops, ) Wt&ey nre Offered Freedom and Fifty | ¦ ' • ¦¦ ' Acres of Layuk ' ' < I. Fortress Monroe, August 29.—The steamer C. W. Thom4s arrived here to-day from Newborn with Lieutenant Sterling, of General Beck's staff, who is a bearer of diepatches. ' . ;. - ;.. , A. dispatch from-jthe blockading fleet, says on the niorning if the 17th a large sloop of " war of ten guns, with the British Sag ' flying,* swept past the blockading steamer, and imtaediately hoisted thajebel 'flag and passed into the port of Wilmington. . This is the fourth rebel war vessel that liaarun the blockudo within thepastsixwoeks. -. Southern paper* received at MoorheiulCity, • ST. C, say that Jeff Davis has decided, after ft conference with the Governors of the confederate States to cull out half a million ¦ black ¦ troops, who aro to receive their freedom and fifty acres of land, at .the end of - th...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Prevention of Incrustation in Steam Boil-<r«.—WI.N'ANS' ASII-INCRBSTATIOX POVTDEK iiE{ MOVES AND PREVENTS THE DEPOSIT OK SCALE, AND WITIIOOTISJORi'TOTUE IRON Slvki Yeam i»tJsr. . Kefcronecs in ultjpart* of the coTmtry.^li: Albany Oa* Co.; -Enton, Gilbert A Co, and others,:Troy; Syiacnxe, Rochester, Auburn. Ac, &c; Johndibaon-£ Co., I'uclpfe, Charles Ensign, John R. EyanB & Co.,Jewett ft Root, and others, BnfTnlo ' : Clcreland, Columbus, Ranett* rille.ic, ic^ Gej. Shield. 3£>!m Oreenwobd, Mitchell & Kammehburg. and 40 others . in Cincinnati; a"h<l throughout the West; Indianopolis, Dayton, Torre Haute, Logansport, Chicago, gpringfieldfst. Louis, St. Paul, ic. t 4c- Ac. Cost about 40 to CO cents per week. For circular, address li.N, WIXANS, 11 Wall Si ^ Rew Tore. \ P.O. Box No. 6. fjol}22,'G3-«m. ifadnme Porter's Curative Balsam has lonS tooted the truth that thare aro first principles in Medicine at there is in Science, and this Medici...

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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

The Confessions and Experience of an' Inralid,—Published for the benefit, and as a wnrninj and * : A CAUTION TO YOUXG MEN who suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay ot Mannood.etc,BU]'plyingat tlieerunetime / I THE MEANS OF SELF CURE, IJy one who has cured himself after boing put to a great expense) and iDjnrj through medic*! bumbng and quackery.; . " . ¦ . . . - ¦¦ By enclosing,a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies may be had of fhe author. . - - NATHANIEL MATFAlR.ieq, may 20.63 lj' . . Bedford, Kings county, N. Y. To the Young or Old, Male or Female.— If you have bcenSKffenng from a habit indulged in by the TOITU OF BOTH &EXES, ' ' WHICH MFSE8 SO XAXT AllBJH.Va SrPJKOMS, It unfits them far Marriage, . '"'' I i And Is the greatest evil wnlcli can befall \ '.MAX OR WOMAN. See symptoms enumerated in advertisement, and if you are a sufferer. ' . ¦ • . - , Cut ' out tho Advertisement, ' - " I Atid send for it at once, ' - I>j3ay» are dan?erons . . Ask ...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

" " GeB, ^ Meredith,' Uuioa Commissioner for the exchange of prisoners, recently held an Interview at CHy Point -with the R^bel Comjpisskmer, of Excha ngeg, to endeavor to effect « settlemont . pfdifferencebetween theFederal Qavernment and the Kebels, relative to an «change of prisoners. As a result of tho interview ft is expected that arrangements ¦will be completed for- asrpeedy resumption of exchanges of prisoners on both sides, i The jArmy of the Cumberland,, under G^n. Bosecfiins, crossed the Tennessee rfver on the 29th inst., at four points. Thirty-five re^el 4>>?^ ets ) welre captured; opposite the towniof -¦Stevenson. At Shell Mound General Bek '^lds '-c^ptureu ma^y prisoners, and at Fafl-,p}gj "Waters creek he took a rebel, camp.— f Amongst the captured wore Ihe fam%usguer ' rilla Mays andarebel Tennessee congressman, named Cannon. . • - . . ; The gehtinel, a union paper published in Western Missouri, wa» destroyed on Thursaa ' y ' night, by a party of Mis...

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

Card.to the Suffering.—The Eev. William Cosgrove, while laboringas ' a missionary in' Japan, wag enred-of Consumption when all " other means had failed byarecipeobtainedfcoBialearnedphyslciinlnthegreat city of Jtddo. Thb recipe has enred great numbers who were suffering fronyiConsamptipn, Bronchitis, gora Throat, Coughs and Colds, and iho debility and neryous depression, caused by these disorders. Desirousof banetttting oti»''rs, I will send this recipe, which I havo brought home wlthmevto all Who need It, free of charge. Address ' Rev. WM. COSOROVE t dec 5,62-ly 439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, IUN; . A Gentleman, cured of Nervous Debility, Incompetency, Promaturs Decay and Toothful Error, actuated by adosire to benefit others, will be haj py furnish toall who needlt(free of charge) tho recipe and directions for mating the.simple . Kemedy used to his caso. TnosewbhlDg to prodt by his eiperionce-and ¦ pnsiess a Valuable Eem6dy_ wm Vecqive tho snme, by teturn maa,(caiofully sealed ,)...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

REEORT OF TEE MARKETS \ ; Philadelphia Markets. 1 ; ' Pmi.ApEL.PHiA, Aug. 31,18G3. j Fl.oi'R.-^-There is very little shipping demand, j and the only sales reported were 200 bbls. Ohio extra family at $5.50 ^3 bbl. ^Thejsalesto the home consumers range from $4.75 np to S7.25 for common and fancy lots, according to quality. , Kyb S^lour is selling in a small wav at $4.75@5. In CoBir Meal nothing doing, and but little stock here to operate in. ! The| offerings of Wheat a . re small,. bu$ fully tip to. the demand, and the market is dull. | Sales of 4500 bush. red at $1.26@1.37 J for common and choice old, nnd $1.18(^,1.30 fir ne ^ w, including 800 bush, poor Southern whitefvt$1.3oand 1000bush, prime Kentucky do., at S1.5o * in store " . 1 Ryk moves slowly at ,90c. for new, ai.d $1. Ou fop old. ' ! . Odkx is scarce and firm at 82c. for yellow, and 79e. -ftsr mixed Western, 3UO0bush. >vere taken at the latter figure. I Oats are steady at 53©5uc. for new, and 63c. f p old. ,...

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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

rpREESl TfREES.!i-^WILSONI VILLfi NURSEKy: AdamsCo./Pav-BtlEKHOLCER k WILSON, Proprietors. ¦ - FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, of thrifty growth and fine assortment'of varieties; for sate tab Fill, nnd next Spring. Persons. desirous ¦ of pnrchaslnewitl call on our A#mt, j; f. CROFTj Cham bersturg, Franklin Co, Pa. • 40,000 APPtE TKEES, Four years old, very strong ana healthy. ' . ' 20,000 PEACIT,TBEESj . - r 1,2, and. 3 years, very fine. Also, Standard knd Dvrarf BEAR AND. PLUM: TKEES,.. , \ : a 1,000 CHERRY TKEES, = Of the fcllbwlng kinds: Cumberland, Triotnphi jBUck Eagle, Black, Tartarian, Elton, Gov. Wood, fellow Span-J«b, an* Great Bigorreau. ' . • • 10,000 GOOSEEEBBitES, " Houghton and Ohio Seedlings. ' ; , RASPBERKIES, ' . d. ~ . ; • ; ., BLAPKBERIIIES, S ¦¦ ' •-'¦: ' 8TRAWBERBIES, ' '¦- ¦ JCURRANTS. - , ., BOS^ . STOCKS. HARDY NATIVE GRAPE VINES:' ; I Weoffm-Vory strong plants of Anna, 'Clinton;'Calawbsi Concord, DelawareDlanO, Oporto, Maxatowpey, Hnrtford Prolific, Isabel...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

The Confessions and Experience of a Nervmtt Young Man.—PnlrtUheit as n warning and for the ! o»pec!al bonoSt of young men, and those who suffer with JiERVOUB DEBIUTT, LOSS O» MotOBr^PKEMATOBE DcCAT,' 4c, *c, by one who has cured himself by simple means after ticlng put to great expense and inconvenience^ through the uso of worthless medicines proscribed by learned Doctors. Single copier may be hid (freo) of the nnthor. C. A. Lajcbbet, Esq. Greenpolnt Long Island; by enclosing an addressed onvolope. Address CHARLES A. LAMBKUT ^ Oreenpouit, Long Island, Jfew Yolk. july22,"63-7t- , ¦ . : ¦ ——=— : i - DB. KADWAYSCLEANSI^g'sYRUP, Called RenoratiDgBesolTent.is the mostextraordinary medlcfne for thB core of ail skin diseases ,'llninonf, Sores, Chronic Diseases, Scrofula, Ktcketts, Sore Legs, Swellings of thaGlands, Syphilitic Diseases, in the world. One bottle of this remedy will make more pur» blood, and add greater clearness to the skin thiin a doitn bottles of tin most popular Sars;...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

DIED On the 20th nit., in this place, MiBQituT DW.B0&AW. in the 26th year of her age. Ou the SSthult.,i i this place. Jfr«. EliK» C,wlfe of Wjllum K i.imdt, in the 26th year uflior ago. On thejmii ult.. near FayotfevlUe, Mr. Isaac Moll, aged 3rye.irs anJ 2S days. / On the ail h ult., it the resf'enccof Mb father, at ShtuJe 1 Gap, of -wo«nd« received at the battle of Gettysburg, JamesM. Blue, in tho 22ii yeir of hts age. On the 21st nit., in thfa place ^ at the reirfifence of her brother-in-lawJohn P. Culbmaon, AsxikCdaughter of James and 0. Watson. in theSai year of her age. On the 23th nit., in this place, of Billious Remittent Fever. Allen M.. eldest son of Wm. D. mid Isabella Uutlirie, in the ISlh year of his age. Ou the lGtholt., near tho Suite Line, of the FlnX- Mr. Gimme Uulep. Jr., aged 37 years, II monthsaud 19 days. On the ISth ult.. of Dipthuria, Alice Ellen, daughter of Absalom undCatharine French, uged 9 feara, 4 months »nd9 da vs. _ On tholTthuit., near Gr...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

VTOWISTHE-TIME TO PLANT. j_^i —Send your orders for STRAWBERRY PLANTS. — Tno subscriber offers a large mid very superior ctock of Plants of the following, besides a host of other old and new " varieties:— Wilson's Albany; Trioiriph de Gand; Tlcomptess * UeiicnrtdeShurj; Trollopo's Victoria: Hooker; Reid's Scnrlft Prolific; Buyne'n ' Favorite, &C 4c ^ ii.. *cM *cAc. , Price,$1.00 per hnmlreil; J7.5O per thousand; $25.00 p»r five thousand. Blcnrely pnck«% and shipped asditecfcil. to all accessible points from Chaiuborsburg (free'to Clmmbersburg). • ' The purchaser's selection adhernd to If the order-is received bef ire tho stock of nny variety is exhausted. Onrstwikof Wilson's Albany andTiioniph de Gand Ii very ft od. Not less thnn fifty _of any variety sent at tbo price fcer huu<«vil; and not less tlmu two hundred at the price per thousHud; nve thousand at the pvice per 25,000. - ' PLANTS BY MAIL. . -Pur ono dollar, we wilt send by nv ^ one dozen each of »ni two l»e*...

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863

TMYf ETTEVILLE ACADEMY.— 1 ^ The annual xtpening of Fayetteville Acatletnywill tukc ulace^H Wednesday. SeptemLerQtli, under thccharjie of Mr A.T6. SvrixKET aud Miss E. F. Swisxtr, of K«w Jersey. , . , This . Tnstitntion is incorporated and loc-tedintbe vitt» age of r Pttyetteville. Franklin County, Pa., six miles from Cbnmbersburjr In. ft healthy pnYt ofthe country and with magnificent Mountain mrt-nery'nround it. It is the design of tbeli»titulion and will bo the constant aim of the teachers to impart practical thoroughnets inail branches nj .Instruction. . The school jcaris divided Into two sessions of twenty wte^Hvacb. TlM^Fall-e^innbpgixsthes-ciind Wednesday In. &pKmbcr anil closes (ho fuur h Tuead«y in Janunry. with a vacation of ime week at Christmas. Tho Sp?<ng seisinn begins the firgt Wednesday in February ui ' tHluses the'JSdof June. ¦ - TBRMS: . ' ?orEn lish branches , i «...$ 8 00 Sciences nnd Higher Mathematics. 12 no For datslcul studies.. ". IS 00 Musi...

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