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Id=278 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
ittites of Ctabel READING KAIL KOAD.—SUlt-MBR ARRANQfiMENT. ' li UK AT TRtlNK HKP from the North and North-- west fbr ' Phlladelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsvtn«, Lehanon, Allen t own. Kaatcn. 4c, 4 c. Trains leave Uarri»liorj; fur Philadelphiai New York, . ' Reading, Pottsrille, nart all hitermodiate stations, at 8.00 5*. M,and2.OOs(ai, : ' " ;. . SjW York Exprau loaves Harrisburgi at2.15 A.x, ^arriving ai NawVnrkHt 0.15 the a»m> morning/> ' : ; Faresfrbm Harrmburg: To tUtv: Yprk$5.I5; to Philadelphia $3.35 auil $-.S0. Baggage checked through. KoiuniluK.ierwe New York at 6.A- jl, 12 Noon,and 7 P. M., (PitUbnrK Express.) Lt-ave PhllDJelphia at 8.16A.Sl.,»»»d3.3np. K. ' ' . :. ' .- . ' Sleeplngciirsintlie New York Express Trains through to a,ud froniKtHburg without change. " *- i ' "-. Paawngere by thf Citawiieta RAllroad leave Ttnwqiw at 8.50 A:» ' ,and2/>5 *. M-, Jor Philadelphia,N«w York, and all Way PoinTii. ' * . • ' ¦ Trains leavePottsvilU at 9.16A.»...
Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
aHotfang . 18C3.- 1863- 4 /*1L0THING EMPORIUM, \J FRANKLIN HO TEL BUILDING, CORNER OF VVSTSIAKKCTSTKECT and «be DIAMOND,CHAMBKRSB0RG Pa JOHN T HOSKISSON, Proprietor. Tfi« undersigned gives Dotife 'f, 111 * ' e ? ion <* Serous CfWWCT and to tho poblie generally, that he has nuwon art, and offers to purchasers, for cash, the largett and «ott attraliec stook of ' ' . BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, lor the Sprlns and Summer seasons, ever presented in tirfj - place.. His long established character for Belting Qtotblng. unsurpassed In Style. Finish and Durability, hei» determined to maintain, and raakinghis.purchases (a the £Mt»rE Cities this season, at the propitious time, enblN Wa *o "Tor his pntrora garments at prices dumper than the cheapest. He makes these statements fn ' na touting or vain ,«pirit. bnt asks a disccimbiating public to Rive him a call anddecide fur themselveswho. in t.'lotratio in this BectiorCoffers the :lrest indncenien's to pntchuws. The materiatof every garment...
Id=274 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
1863. • 186K : T>HILADELPHIA AND EBIE: £j RAILROAD^—This great line traversed?!» Horah cm ab<3 Northwest counties'of Pennsylvania to .the city, ofErleon, Lake Erie. ' •' It;has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cbvtpany, and under thfeir auspices ' ts'twinjr-' iipfdly qpenefl-throughout H« entire length. - ,. J- - ;,;-.. * - It la now in use for Passenger and Freight business rroiri Harrisbnrg toJJriftwobd, (2d Fork.) (177 mll6«)tm' the Eastern.DIviBion, and from Sheffield to Brie , (78 miles,) on the Westeru Division. . * - TEttEO? PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARniSBTJKQ. MAH, TRAIN leaves North.. „ : .. I.ISa.jjt EXERESS TRAIN leaves North T . 3X10 a.r Cars run through withoot cdasoe both ways on these ' trains betweeu-Philadelphia and Lock Haven(uiid between Baltimore and Lock Haven. Klozant Sleeping Cars on the Kxpreas train both ways,. For information respecting Passenger, business apply «t the 8- B: Corner 11th and Market streets, Phlliddphiii. And Sir Freight ...
Id=281 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
nVTEWHAEDWAEESTOEE. . d.X . • „ ' .-. x . ' , l.b:.eystbr. would respeetfnlly inform his friends, • and ' . the putH'- genemlly, tha ' tin couuextiun with his -> - . -- - I KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP BTORbS . \. ' : he ha? commenced the .HAKDWARE business, at hts new Store room, one door north of ol. Hubert Qrocorv. - His stock cunWsts in the folldwing articles, vis: Building Harrfjrare; . . . , HouseSurn&hiug Goods, ' Tableand Pocket Cutlery, ¦; , , • ' Meclmnio'T^xils, . . } Nails by the small or keg, .> Fuming Utensils, such M > , ' - " , ' Shoves, ¦ ' ' - « V-. . . ' . - Bpaden, ., . '. ^ - ' * Ports, ¦ , r ' ¦ '. Potato Lifter*, ' . '- • . Scythes, ^ •; ' : ' , "' ¦¦ . ¦ . ' . ' wc ^ dts, '- Also,Glass, Points, Benzo'e, ' , . ' . "| ' ,. , : JJnsera, Kcrooi-no, nnd Lubricating t)Usif ; , : Iaanpa0fxlldlscriptions, '"'' ^L- ' - Chondtllers for Gas and Eeronu. ^ ,,'' \ ... Fruit Jars, best qu»lltj, 4c.,*fcx \jO- Agent for Sole ntJiVANS A WATSON'8 Hie, &a...
Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAN-¦UFACTOBY.—The undersigned would respectfully aunouncetahis friends and-, the public generally, that be hM taken the SADDLE AND HAKNiftSS SHOP formerly carried on by Matthew Gillan, dee'd, on WEST MARKET STREET, niar the Gtmoaxheaguc Cretk; in the Borough of Chambersbnrg, where he manufactures Saddles, Bridles tind Harness, and has constantly on hand an excellent assortment of Collars, Whipsic. He employs none but the best of Workmen, and constructs all work from tho best material.XTBUNKSnad VALRES constantly on hand, all of whichN»iH be sold »b cheapasthe cheapest. A continuance'of the former patronage of the shop Is most respcctfally solicit*!. June 17,63 JAMES B. anftAX. ^TTHIPS ! WHIPS ! WHIPST^ ' ff Wiu.uk SHiiuro & Sox, corner of Main and Washington Streetn, Chambersburg, Pa., roannfactuters of nil fclnda ot'WHIP3, such ns Wason, Carriage and 1 Biding Whips of various sizes and of superior quality, which they offer to the public, either by Whol...
Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
S?afr*letg, f$atne&3, $tt SADDLEKYI SADDLEEY!—Saddies. Bridles, Harnits, Collars.Trunks, Valises, 4c Signof the HOUSE COLLAR. JKREMIAII OY8TBRrespectfuUyretnrnshlsthanks to hia patrons for the liberal encouragement received Xronxthem heretofore, and he wowld invite them and the community Kcoorally, who may need any thing in his line, to give him a call at his O&D STAND, on the East sidfrofMain Street, Chamhersburg, ave doors South of Huber & Tolberfs Unrdware Storewhere he keeps constantly on hand every variety of SADDLKltT AKD HARNESS of bis own Manufacture, and he is prepared to sell thesame at terms that defy competition. Kvery artic.e offered for sale is warranted to l»e m»do of the best material and by competent workmen, which will be fully demonstrated on an examination thereof. TRUNKS ASl^ VAUSES.—Uo would also call tho attention of persontf wanting a goodneat, cheap and substanial Trank or Valise, to his assortment. June 17.'63. • v
Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
SADDLES, Harness, Gears, Bridles, Halters, CollarsWhips, Stirrups. Bltts,Spurs alwavson band, at ourShons. DKIHLAQORDON. OUR STOCK.OF SADDLES AND Bridlesh) very superior, and the prices will suit everybody. Comeandsee. DEIIIL & GORDON. - OUE WORK IS WARRANTED and we believe cannot ' be beat. We employ all Journeyman. DEIHL & GORDON. TTARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPI I tion, Broad Gears, Plow Gears, Collars, &c, on hand constantly, of our own make. 1 | DEim* & GORDON. TtTE USE NONE BUT THE BEST T T Leather, and keep none but tho best made goods, and eell at reasonable prices. DEIIIL 4 GORDON.
Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
HOWABD ASSOCIATION , PUILADELPHIA, Pbr tht KrtirJ'o/Ot Sick and DistraitdAfflicted with i Rrufc» «•"» Onroaic Dttrate. aid ttvuiallv for Bit Oirt of Discasa of (/,« Sa.ua, (frgam ^ ICEDICAI, ADVICE given (rratls. by the Acting Burpon. v VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrholi, at BeMinU "Wwtness, and other Diseases of tho 8exua Olgans. andonthe NEW REJIEDIES employed In the DtijMinarv, sent to the afflicted In sealed letter" envet opes, free et charge. Two or thre«'stamps for postaee irtll be acceptable. . • - ¦ r AiiT9M,DR. J.SKn,LINHOUO!»TON , Acting 8a? aeon, Howard AseoeiaUon, Wo 2 South Ninth «w« CUlad«lpliU,Pa. ?«pt.S'6aiy
Id=275 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
T>AEEN1^S Soldiers in iiheSepi tj vice, or in Hospitals, can fumiah them with tho EXPOSITORY three months for 25 cents; six mouths ' tot 60 cants, or one year for $1.00. -• ¦ . ¦pRO^HESgpf Soldiers in theSer-Yj vice, or In Hospitals; can furnuih tbeW -with the jEEPOSITORY three months foi 25 cents; Bix ' months for W cents, or one year to $\ .00. ..-.-. rriO MLEECHANTS.—The way tp B ' secure profltabte custom is to adtxatub (n the tfiTANKT.TV RRPriOTTi-inr
Id=291 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
rvUR AGENT.—Mr. Jobs Grote, 1 / of Chamboraburg, is the Cfonoral Agent of tW Franklin Ccmuty Mutual Insurance Company, . ¦ •- i Jajiel7.'63. : ' : . - WM. MeLEtlAH;- BI KDBASKETS , ;; - Bathtubs/. , ; .. . . ",- .: < Fqttntnins, - . ' - , " . ' CntleViihBoae, . ,. '' , Canarj Hemp, . ' " Ripe and MiwPwd.' at gPAKOLEB'8.
Id=294 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
*' (Continued from Fir3t Page.) " - " -"" - " 77th Sbb-DistbiCT.—LAfilMER . TOWJfSSlP. Xo. cDrolled in-'firjf ' clnss, *; So. drafted, 8. 1 Elijah Shockey 5 Herirv Knepj> 2 John. Light - >¦, 6 Wtn Lqaisr,; .*''.' '' 3 Pcrry'Hatie! ' 7 Aarml Gtaer " , k 4 Hurman Bcale 6 WmTreslor ; " '¦¦ ' .' <!' 78th §CB-DisTBiCT.-LOWEn XUJElKErjFOOT , No. enrolled in firetclasvo". No.drafteoVlfr J Samael Minder ' 10 John Fndely ' • ¦ 2 Jamos . McNeil .. 11 Isaiah Miller' . " " ' 8 ZacbarinhLTannohill 12 Frank Cramer 4 Lcwfe Firestone 13 Samuel Smith ' ¦ ' 5 Edward Hnrocd' ' U Jacob II Moon 6 LoriFnUohv • ' • 15 Xmanuel Firestone • T I>»Vid Hotboogh ' : 16 Aaron Hider ." ' 8 Manoah Tannehill IT Henry C Kreofcer P . beorjrqStycrs *, 79lh " sVB-iiisTBioT.-MlbDLE CREEK TWR :Jfo;'6prol!ea in. first class, 54. No. drafted , 16. '. IVHc ' nry ' irennen.camp ' 9 Simon Barton , -n . Tifttttu Cramer . 10 Jusiah Barron< ; 3 Aaroit Grcgor ! • ll Solomon Pile, ' , .„-.:• ¦ 4...
Id=296 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
LOOAL ITEMB Gossip ¦*iri'HoihtS l Bt^'l.-is.—Ttis notquitie sp^ot »s it vifis two weefasince. - ( Ttienights are ' .cbldislij " and Wo will soon have ,fro"sti' K'ihg Cdtton is giving jilace to Gen. Wool, —ice, is no longer in demand, n6'one|signB fo^ ice cream, the grass is dying—Fall has come. Fall with 11310761/frosts and tinted woods, witli ,}t3 chills and fevery it3 . decayed and decaying vegetation; it3 fruits and'coin huakings. WelcomefaJU - . '' -.: •No 1 one can imagine liow wje pity the poor souls that prefer, ale and -whiskey to Butter- ' milk! Buttermilk Is a great '; drink, sq ri<JtH~ so creoaiy, so buttery, so greasy, so ytLirjrfa. Whata mark it leaves upon one's moustaches!., and then it niakes to man'drunk! No danger of " delirium tremendous," no.head-. aches, no " hair: of' thfe dog' that bit you" inext morning. What though it <fo occasionally, ' like in un£Jdr.bbxer r strike one yheldw the bdlt1 v Is hot'the mxuryof drinking a jquart of the slu...
Id=320 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
ISeal (gfitatt IJates.; krALUAiBLE STEAM TANNERYY FOE SALE.—Thaitddertigned will sell ot Prtrats galahis TANXBEY. kno«-n as tho Corner IVinoerj'. with steam ami water-power. Saw Mill, CltoppingMill, Stack* lorbre:ikinghides,Ac." The Tannery lias 8 leeches! 32 vats, 2 limes and water-pooland' U capable of tunning 600 heavy UdcBaryeu, There are two Log 9<*el(ln|t Boubcs, Und. Stable npil other necessary ont bnilil bgs connected with the Tannery, and about 60 Acre3clean'eU. with good frnit. He frill sell any quantity of tend with Hie Tannery, from 100 to TOU Acres. O^er800 Acrraara Timber, anrt an ample capply pf Lhesnut Onk Bitrk to rau the.Tannery fur fitty years. It Is situated abunt 7 miles South-west uf Mercersburg, on Licking Creek. Terniamude oisy. I'ussession will be given Ibis till if necessary. For ftirther particnl.irs address the un'Jorsfmeil,at Mcreeraburg, Franklin coanly',Pa. r ' : auE Xi, C3tf C, METCALF. TTALUABLE^MILL PEOPEETT T FOU SAIiGj—The Bnl.scrlber d...
Id=302 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
The Waynesboro Record, speaking of the removal of the rebel prisoners from the hospital there, says that they no doubt regTetted ii, for we learn they fared sumptuously every day. 'Whilst Union prisoners in the hands of the rebels were" being furnished,with lv pint of flour per day these insolent traitors .were being served.svith every delicacy, from raspberries and cream to fried ehicke . n. = A couple of females are said to hajse actually been overheard wish them a speedy>ecovefy and hetter success in the futurejt The WayneaboroiJccori says that Jas. W. Henderson, a Rebel p risoner, died in the hospital, in that place, of consumption, on Sun ; day night a week. According to his statement he was in the 21st year of his age. On Monday his remains were decently interred in the burying ground . attached to the M.IE. Chnrch. Kev. Dip. Dorsey preached the funeral sermon. ' Before he died we learn th*at he made professions of loyalty, alleging that ho had been pressed into the...
Id=297 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
, The planting seasonis,rapidly'approaching, and our: readers are earnestly urged to improve it Kberally, Thereisnothing so cheap, sp moderate in itsdemands-upon the husband man, and' 30 rich in its rewards, as the culture of fruit ' , trees, plants nhd vinei. In Frunklin county our people have sadly neglected-tliia impbHaut duty. But few cultivate apples and p6aches,'and £fie result is that in the fall wo go to Jersey for our peaches, and in the winter and spring go to Jfew York |for apples. Our climate is better than that of New York for fruit, and a large portion oY! our soil is perfectly adapted >k> fruit of cv&y.kind. ¦ Our slate lands arc always undulating, ancTTvill produce the vjerv best, and oven our' heavy limestone well rq-pays careful cultivation of, the apple, peach, strawbe .Mp-, grape, &c, although thpy cannot be brought to so high a degree of perfection as in Hjrhter soil. In our advertising columns to-day. Mr. Jacob Heyser offers ...
Id=309 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
MtmRT's Campuobated CojidiJvl never tiiN tocure/>iarr/ifa .»nil Cholera 3totbu*.\ It in, cor. tnlu. mfo anil apcedy. Tho sntnllcit child cna IHke it, It u ' prtpurcd auo sold bj Millor * Hensiiejf | Bui" your Kerosene Oil from Gelwicks, he s .igf nt fur one of the )jt' »t Oil Companies lii. toe Stats and nlwnys sellatht best oil wliolifmloand r«Wili . The Fnycttevitlc Academy willtommenco Its I'uli Stxulou on Wtfluesdny, the Oth of Srpteuiber, liiErtcaj 1 f the 2d, na appenn In the ktWertisemrnt. Tho swaios Will end cm Ibe 4th Tuesday in January. ,, John ' F:'Croft is agent for the Wilson-Tlllo Nursery, Adams Connty, ¦ Pb. 4dj- Information rospecting 1 trees or plants can bo obtainedIby calling ' iit his Store, In the Town^Hiill -N..15. corneroflhodlamond. " Go to Gelwicks' wholesale arid retail store, eee ths large stock and get bargains. i pats anli ©ap^. HATS , CAPS AND J STEAW GOODS. I am now prepared to fuiinish riiy custimers with alj tho new.ntyleBOf II«ta,Caps a...
Id=298 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
: The substitute busincas lias called into action ever;; species of fraud and villainy. The draft opened a new and rich field for .the Peter Funks and thimble-riggers generally, and they have plied their new trade with immense profit to- themselves and corresponding loss to conscripts and the government. Five men were -justly shot in the Army of tho Potomac on Saturday last for becoming tho instruments of substitute-brokers , by whom th-y were induced, to desert aud sell themselves several .times over as ¦substitutes. It is safe ns a riile 10 refuse to have any dealings With wandering substitute-brokers, or those who adverti>t> from the cities thnt they are prepared to supply .substitutes at marvclously low price.-*. .No man enn propose to furnish t. em at low.ratcs without inteilding to defrsuid somebody, u^d those who have nd'dealihgs with them will be sure not to be . cheated.j Mr. .1. A. Thompson, ofPittigJ burg, advertises in to-day!s paper that he can supply ...
Id=335 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
nNiyEESAL CLOTHES WEIKGKK. ' ' ' Uu, 1. Linns I>agLT Wai-vasn...... 410 GO No. 3. MiDitm dd do ¦ -. '..... » .....:..:..;...;... 7 00 No. 2\4. do xlo do 1. 6 00 No. Sv'SviU. do do. ....._., -.,.„..: 5 M) No. Si Labok Hotel ' do' ; "H ua No. 18. Midtom LitTTOBT do-' : '.j (to rnn stoam I 18 00 No.,*2. ' Lahoe do, 1 do \ or hand. / 30 00 Nos. 2U »nd 3havohoCogs. Allotherrarovrarrnntcd. No. 2 fa the size generally uied in private families. Oranok Jcdd, of the American Agriculturist, says of the ' UNIVERSAL CLOTHES "WRINGER: "Achtldcaa readily wrinc out a tnufull of elothca in a few minutes. It is in reality a, CLOTHKS SAVKlll A TIMK SAVKRI and a STltEiVOTU SAVKHI Tho saving of gaijnpftts will alone pay a largo percentage on, its cost. Wb think the machine much morB than PAYS FOR ITSELF EVERY YKAlliatho saving of garmonf! There aroseveral kind", nearly alike in general construct ion, but we consider it important that tho Wringer be fitted with Cogs, otherwise a mass of garmen...
Id=338 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
&M mm* Baits.'"- PUBLIC SAliE.-r-By virtue- of, an Order of the Orphans' Court ^ of yronklin county, Uiel;B ' wiU.bee»p««>dl(>l'»I>1i(:S; ; le JoftlhBprciol5e#,»W Saturrtay^ the 2«/i dag of September, «t 1 o'tbrftvlCMW tbo following nlnable Ke»l Eslst*, lMt tha -propfrty a Dauiel Cramer, dee'd, lit ' ¦ Ihe MANSION JAl'.U, situ. atodonthe.BoaaUading ' fro'pStnul'iirg to Koxbory, aboQt twoand a half milts Jrbm the former pliwc, " costalnmg 108 ACUEB of gv-ud Slate laod. 10- ol xhlcli la cleared and in ft bigo Mute of cultivation, ami cactortd with goot ftnet. Xne Iniprovemcutsnro ft twostwji Log Honse.a good t'r»nie Barn. (Hid alt '« B Bi'Cwjatj out-buildlng». a Well i.fuscrilcnt Wnter Bf»r the Dwelling.and running Watertliro' tho Rum. »*entj Acr e* of this ?arm l#«oo.lMeadow. It hasahoon itao Orc& ard of exwlleni Frnit. !fliis if i» very desirable priijwrty, being withlu a mile and a halt uf Ihft'O" fir»t-eh»t# Grist Mills! Pe raousdMlro»«of...
Id=343 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 2 September 1863
T>EI V ATE 8A LE OF TA SNERY JL KEAU KAVETTKVILLB.—Tho undevsigued will sell at Private Sale, tho follovii g di'Kcribcd Kt AL K6-TATE, to wit: ? '. i: , 1 > ' . ' 30 ACRES OF LAND. All under good fence and tillable, with a good Brick I>wellirig, a nover-fciiliag'welluf Rood water near the door, « giod Burn and tthnishing Floor, a fine Orchard beftrin£ Fho^CTt- ft-qit. t Also . . i . , ' . -. A TANNERY . ] 6f32 large Vats," 8 large Leiches wltli limes dndpiota Bark Mill, HollerPump and Fulling Stocks, all i» excellent order, tho wholi. operating by WATKn POWBU. Also a good Burkshcd, all unsurpasbed la convenioBca »uJ fcilwr saving. ' -.- " '"'' Thatiuove property will be shown to any penign ou ap^ plication t6 Jacob B. Cook of Knycttevilli-. nr John B. Cook'of Chmnber«hurg. Terms will be nrani'iinlile. Jnnpl7.'<*tf PtTEirCOOB. DESIRABLE TOWN PROPER TV FOU SALB.—Tho bnd^rsigncd wiU (Trllat Prlrum Sale, a LOT OV GUOON'U. situvto onKatrt Qn«cn frt, Chamlj...