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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
"\t7ATCHES, JEWELRY \ J ' ff" ¦ -' / AND SlttEK-tfARE. the undersigned would respectfuliy invite jour attention to hia weUselettedstock of Pine Gold,and aiver "WATCHES, Fine GoW JtWf tKYof every kitidr and variety of styles—coaiprhiug all of the veitsat and. most btautifuldttignt. / Also, SOtm SItVER-WARBi«7HaJio Oifo-iand the best aiake of Silver-Plated Ware. Each article i»-warranted to be (US represented. 1 ¦ ' ' ¦ - 8$* Watches and Jewelry carefnlly repaireffand, satisfaction gn4ranteert. JACOB HARfcEY, . . - ,' (Bnccossor togtauffer &'HnrIey'i , itoMb No. 622 Market street , Philadelphia. /lARPETrSGS Al^D BEDDIKG. \J K BM 0 V A L.-B. L. tiKIGHT i ; S0!n»TO reinoved-from 26i S. Second street, to 807 eHJSSTNOT Street, abovo Eighth , where they have OBeooda well »etected««oekof J * *.. ".-; CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND.MAT-.; , ^ : -. - -TINGS, ' ¦! .--.,.-a Bcddingnndilattrassesof Every Description, .' MABJ-KiBR ORaAim^ oEDcii. ,,-, (, '-I FEATHERS. (LF fAM IO V S QUAllflE...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
riHAIE, A^D CABINET JIAKJJV^ EACTOIIT.—The 6Uliacriber informs the publlo that h'e"coiitinu ' es themnnuflifcture of thev:irious fivttybe in hislmcRt his fitctorf.npun West QutenStieet.aTijw doors from Main. Ho bus nlwuyson lian'i oris prepftr'rf to miwiuflioturu upon the^hortrst notice, Cnne Bottom nnd Winto>r. Chair«, with Plain.andCurtain Beurtteulu, Pier and Card Tables, Bureaus. >Vfls>h Stands and 8450k Cl!»es. ' " • ' :¦ •:' ¦ • TJJRSINO, in all its varieties, nttcmieil to with prpnvpt flc9« »rid <l.espatch. HOUSE K4INTIN0, in -all 1ru branches. exe» ut«d hy competent hands. > . • PAPER IIANOIXb—Particular nttention willfco given to this department aud satisfaction in every instance guaranteed. ^ Having employed a sufficient nnmher of competent hands, thetnulereigncd feels assured of being enabled- to fill all nr'ferain a workiuanlike manner, and re^petfhOy solicits the same. . Vf. A. H AZEUiT. June 17.186.1! /^IHEAP CHAIE AND CABINET \J ...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
GREAT BARGAINS FROM ifEff YORK A ZTCTIOJVS! I * AT -W AL-LA'CE'Sf, COBN^tl Of MAIS AKD QtTEEK ^TKEETS. Kew style Mosambiqncs, i Diana cheao Hlald, ' , TwiUed Jlosaiubiquesfor travelling dresses, • Superior MuclSi Delaines in colors, Colored Luwns and Crape de- Pany, , ¦ Black Silk,superior quality,, SSupsrior Uyuns liudzemer Silks, (subliriio qaality. ') A large lot of Linen Ciuubric llnudkefchiels, A laige lot of Irish Linen, | Jaconet <'ollars, new style, . 500 Dorons 'jidlcs. Misses and Men's Cotton Hose; White Liuou and Cotton Duck, Superior 1'rench Doeskin, Superior solid color fofntille Fig Silks, - Superior Or«y Eeonoras, SupeH 7 iirey Poplin, ~ Bu:*t quality iirey LeoDoraa, ' , tilfe NeckTiesaudCollaia. ' /. - Ladles aud Misses' Fillot Mitts; . . Marseilles Vesting! , ; , ' ' « Super Ladies and .Hens'Kid Gloves, ' i Handsom .0 New stylo Prints and Oinchams. ¦ -' CA' j BPETS.- , Brussels, Volvet, Thfee-ply<»upurior flue) and commor Oirpet. . ¦ ' ' ¦ , Four-f...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
<&fjabj$- l <B$S$&$ ®L*xtt •*« ONXD Ml EIKEE, TJITOBETAKER, SECOND [STREET. BETtff. EN HAS' -JCiT, 'AJflf QUEEN, VBAMBEhSBUlM PA.,. attends fa1 the.business i'u.ail Its -various bisuirhcs. Par- ttcula^ 'attention Jalil to. iByhig out. Brefsing, t*. Having the advantage rf a large custom, and of bnylfcg his mock cheap for cash, he can furnish ¦ COFFINS OF ETEBY DESCEIPMON, lit lower rates than any other establishment In tommr ? oun ft> H* does not as tvCliiiir Hato!xofierhtaerffc««, tut<t»eit U«d' triaker;tf£leii jabs ' - expfricAciin ik* 1 9««K««._.PerBonsregnirina the "servires of Bn.JJn4|r-• taker for their families Sr ?; fciiils,; wouldtiii\t mMeBnlg to their advantage to give him a call., ^^ .-He-isalso prenaredto' ptesorvo bodiep dnrlng-llipsliw* mer iiionthB. any length, of timo. TDavinE pwrehuaea'ffi .e exclusive right to us? " !•»!¦ **- ^7y Snider's Improved MetttodoJ Covering Coffin*, he is thereby enahledto tarnish a Black ...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
#irucatiotta( nUYETTEV'ILLE, ACADEMY;—[J The annual opening of Fayetteville ACHdemywill tJike place on Wednesday. ScptemherSUi. under thecharge of Mr. A. E. SwixsEijand Miss E. ' ~F. SwixsiT, of New erpey. ; ! ' This Institution is incorporated and loc -ted in the vill age of Fuyctteville, Franklin County, fa., six miles froni Cliamberdburp in a healthy, part of the country and with ¦maf;dificent Mountain scericry ' around it. It is the desi'gnff the Institution and will be the constant aim of the teachers to impart practical thorougfiiieu in all branches oj Instructiop. The school jear is divided into two «es$(ous of twescy y eeks each; The Fall te'siun beglss-the' SiCoaSI Wednesday ¦in S-i'pteDiber and clostUhe funrili Tuesday in January, . with'i vacation *rSne -week at Chrlirmas: The Spring seswiou begins the first Wednesday in February und closes the 23d of June. ; TEBMS: ForEnUisU.branched; ~ $ 8 00 Sciencesand Higher Mathematics ; 12 00 j?or classical studies;.- '. 15 06 ...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
Cofmcco atrtr^cpts. "VTEW. TOBACCO AND ' SEGrAR J, ™ STORE.—To tin CilitensoJ Chamhtrelum and Vicinity: The undersigned, having been compelled to leave Virginia on accouut of hla tJhfoa sentiments, has come among you toestabllsbn business, bojiingf'oinhia long experience, and, bj close attention! he will meet with a generous support. 'His stock wilt consiBt of all ho beat brands of TOBACCO anUSEQABS. vehichhe will seHascheapascanbohadanywhereintoVn. Don'tforgctl tho placo,Bijnof tho •'little .Virginia nigger,"'opposite the franklin. Hotel, next door to f-hryock'B Bookstore, South-cast corner ofthe Diamond." . ¦ " '" . Jnni>17,lS63. ..;-•. . C.p.BDSn. TMPLEMENTS.—Dealers ana Man-J. niactnrer' s of Agricultural and other Implements, can reach a large class of valuable costotuers by-ABVEntwraolatheI'hASKLIN REPOSITORY. " . ¦ "f)ARI3NT« tf SoltJlthi " in trie' berj^-vice, or in Hospitals, can furnish them with the REPOSITORY three mpnths for 26 cents; six months for 60 eentB,...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
KENNEKPS Medical Disco^ry, : . /AjerVSarBaparitla, • •' •¦ • - . ¦ Seme'eCodXiverOU, ¦ • . " i '- - lindBay.'a Blood Soa ' rcher. ; ' • Stover's Bitten; l ¦ ; < •• ; Hostetler 's Ftomaen BitUrs, Swain'sPanaceai . . , : •., ,., ,j. , Brown's Eraenco of JwnnicaQinger, .,, ' - Uotnibold'sBxtcact Buchu, : • Eadwsy'sHedlcfnes,- " ¦ "i '' ¦ i - ' . : , • ' ? . Spaiding's ThroatConfoetiona, ' ¦ . • " ,BrownsTroche», , ! MidofherreliaolBHedJcinesat ' ' gPANpLEft'8. 5^cS^s^E5yifot^KBiro-£tj SITOR"three monthstobosenttu»Soliies * theservico,, - ,, " ' " '.,. ', . . TJAttCY PJIINTING, in every ya-Jr riety of colorsdone *ith iidntnem and despatch ot the FRANKLIN BEPOalTOttY-offles: .,-' , liTECHANICS ;"wEo desire 'to ' y-Jjlji tend their businBw 'hue. AuvtniOJ: In ,the 'SSlAVKfJif UHP v. .Cnti. " ' ' !-..•
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
HB W.-CABI2SET-WAEB liQOMS. Ihe undersigned respeftfnl y anom.hces to, the citij'nsof Ciininborsbnrg and vfcmtty.tliathe hn»t4k«ii theUoranSimnicdintclyaOjoining the office i.f Dr. S m*- ncrott.on Mainstreet, where he intends to manufacture: cverji ' tllscriptionoi - ¦ ' ---!•.«/ -/' ." • CABIMET-.WABE* v h\ Snch aa.?o&3, 1'arior Tables, Couinion Bnreann Wrtrdioues, 13i«ak6st do. Drawing -$». '» npwetyle, Dining do. Sofef,Siuksr "-J Lonnges, 'Book Cases, Wash StitmTn, "' EocTsingChalrs, Secretaries, '. .Bedsteads, *Ci" ' .i Fine Pur. do. ^ UotheB Horse, ' new^tyK). :. , t. All work constructed by him 15 wnrriinteil/frbni'the finest Sofiv down to tho moat common work; >-¦;. .. ¦ ' ' . ' _ ¦ 'COFFINS. . ' , ' . - .;i.r^h Enrticular attention will be given-to the making; p) Coffins of any desired style—Cloth. TVnluut or Chew. : tffi^ Kemember,, when you hnyyour Furniture J&m DAVID Vi. OROSSMAK,youarogottiug|tbo latest sKle and (De best of-work. ' ¦ ' . -,&g...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
riHAMBEESBTJRG ACADEMY. \ J REtlTTED 4HD BEORGAITIZED Willopenits fall term . on Monday, I September Jth. Large additions have been muduto its already extuns ' ivo apTmratug, afull and efficient corps of teachers has been employed and no pains or expense spare)! to render ours oneof the first Institutions of luarning iu tho country. ' Particular atteutlbu paid to Teachers and young men preparing fur College. " .' • KPrimary Department for little Boys And Girls will b&opcnediu thoAcademy nnderchargeof MissSchiveiy, in-ivhlcii (lie elcoients uf Spelling. Keidlng, M'Htjng, Arithmetie.Geography »nd Granlnar will bo thoroughly taoght. Tuition in this department, $a per quarter. For further particulars send for circular or. apply "to thu Priucipa ' l. FACULTY. ; J. R. Kissrt, Principal. ,. ¦ ¦'¦ A ' .0vebpd:i.d, A.B., Latin and U. Eflglish. A. M. TaiMait'R, Coiomercial Depjirtmeiit. . Miss R.H.SnivEit, MubIc, Drawing : and Principal of Primary Department. _j * i ¦ flliamVieralin...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
ft I^otelg;^ - T f v tS., Xiar the Bridge, ChaMjtei$burg. Pa. f - :'Xhe«nbscr5bef would reapectfaBj-'iaform Uas Travel-Ing commu nitythathehas purcbaied . asd, taken possesnonaf ibisSotel. ¦ lie hopes to niaKeitoue of theinostr iesiraDle^Iacesforstiangersand ' others'to stop at tittt can bo found in any country town. HIS TABlE will at all times be spread vrith the hnurita and sabstantials of the season. HIS CHAJiBERS are large, voUvcntUated, andfittcd np'.lnfi(odernfctyle. •' :.: ;-; !- .¦¦'f-:: . Tj -r f , \;HISBABiwUl be well supplied^ith-S largeaadxiolce selection ofthe very best liquors, ,_. * mS*'STiBiE will always be provi'deit w«h -'good wholeiouie provender for stock, and attended by careful ostlers.' "~ - . ' ' » ¦- '-, ¦ No paTnswill be' spst6a-to.render entire satisfaction tc a)l his guests; and pledipjf-MinsoTCto endeavor to jdcaso all, he solicits a liberal shareof the tinblic patronage. , Jnnel7,'o3. --, v-SlOH? MILLBS.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
Plants $60. , . $150. ,A GENTS WILTED.—liberal iiy f\' ducementB to Canvassers for the sa!e c-f the CELEBRATED COTTAGR Sl ' 2 SEWISG MiCBtSE. I wish to engage an active Agent in every County In tbe United SlKtea and Can-idas. to travel and intriiduce my liEW CHKAP, yAMILV SE\VI>"0 MAOHTNB Thiailachine possesses more than ordinary merit is Just patented with valuable-improvements, ana acknowledged, to b& unsurpassed for gcueral utility. A'limited jrairiher of respoDwT>leA' j.;enlsarewanti?i3 to solicit orders, to -whom a salary from — 1 ., ¦ • .:-$50 TO $150 PER MONTH AND EJTENSE4 will do paid. For conditions and full particulars address with stamp for return posture. " ' ¦>¦> . T,. MAtCOM, . anel9-Sm "Box 27S8, Boston Mass.
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
T|7A^TED.—§5000 worth of OLJ> Yf GOLD PLATES. Persons having •flrornout AniflcialTepth mounted npon Gold Plnte. inl*rga or small quantities, can untain the highest price, either In cashorin exchange for Dentristry. by calling upon' DB. J. K. HEID. DoDtis*, comer of Main nnd Queen streets, above Wm. Hoyeer's Drug Store, Uharabersburg. Pa. Juno 10,63-8m WAITED—A-n Apprentice to learn the TTNS1NG Kusiness. Enquire at tfie,KirosBO&xOflice. . • . . aep;9ttf SSaatrijes an& Jetacftg.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
KEROSENE OILi. WILLIAM GELWICKS, wholesale and retail GROCER, odibe DlaiuondChamburg, Pa., has brcnappolnted Agent-for Franklin iuunty of one of the best KKROSENE OIL COMPANIES in tha State, and will sell OIL, WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL as low any House Jn Pittsburg or Philadelphia Look to your interest and buy your OIL where you get it the Cheapest, and where it is always, warranted to bf the Terv first oualitv. ! . fJuty29,'63,tf. ©tugs, ffltHitimg; $ct
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
AIH>BE.S» OF THE CJFIO3T STATE C5ES" . / TKAI, COMMITTEE. r 2Wfte PeopJe 0/ Pennsylvania :¦¦' ' ¦ • t :: ^ The day is rapidly approaching upon which ' you will be called to choose between rival; candidates for tub hisjh. oifiees of Governor W the' ~Commonwealth; and Judge " ' of its \Supr.e«ie Judicial tribunal. .To the one is to betcomnytted the. executive, power oi.your ¦^jr e ' ataVd noWe State, and to,.the other a . yveigl^y VO'<!P la deciding questions closely " 'Affecting your niostsacred ri ghts' of persons .s'ridof-property. , • " ¦ . . . To an intelligent exercise of your rightof suffrage, it is very neee.3sar.v-.tb.at.you should clearly understand the difference between tJre'party whose nominees'are Andrew'6. Cftrtin/aM Daniel H. Agriew; and the party -Whose nominees are,George,W, Woodward,; . and ,.W . altar H. Lowriu.; . It is,,-therefore, ' -in obedience to a custom, wise and time-honor¬ ed, that you are addressed by tne official re-•pnsJeBjSntives ...
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
' 8WOBD KRESt:JfrAtflON TO GES. ' ., .»; ., . - . ,. ;. : MEAOX. . . . -:¦¦ ¦ , ¦ ;, • " ' ¦ _ Maj. Gen. ' ; Geo. Q: ' ' Merfde, how" commander of thfe Af my af : the Potbm ' ae,'entered the warbsa-Brigadier in the gallant Pennsylvania. Reserve Gorpsjand .continaeil to share its,fortunes in every battle until he was.promoted to'tHe command of the 5th Corps. . He. so endeared. the Reserve Corps to him " by his heroism and skill as , a commander, and hia ceaseless care for his braye soldiers, ttat theyresolVeS to present him witha mainiifieent' sword, ' ' belt, sash spurs, ¦&& ; as a tratimomalof tneiradmir^- tionfor his qualities as an officer; On Friday the'18th' ult,i the sword /.was, presented by Brig. Gen. S. . W., Crawford, 'now, the honored commander of the..Reserves, and Goy. Curtin, Col. Forney, Eton. Morton M 5 Michael, : Col. R. ' Biddle ' Roberts "and others were'in attendance: ' Our limited spd ' ee forbids d-fullaceou ' nt bf the proceedings;' but -we...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
§ii tbStitttte i substitute;! i )^6rlos*tlitra $50. For particnlors incl6se'lft ! iMi>ts. Orcss • ' • -. 3. A. IEOMI>SOSJ - . sept 2i3t»' : Care of JolmGTScbiHor.Plttabnrg' .T'fc CABDS printed in every style 5 , 'at iowsst rates, at; tlii oScs of the HR&HKLIS, KEppylTOBY. . . . . , K/V CJ1NTS .^wiil pay for the REP .O tJ\J SKORt six«iontha to bo Vont idUioliitt ia ma sorrice. : .: - -. .-.- ' ¦ r .; -
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
REBEL AID TO THE DEMOCRACY The election of Judge Woodward to the Gubernatorial chair will- be hailed throughput Robeldom as a substantial victory to their waning . and otherwise hopeless cause. Let the great States of Pennsylvania ^nd Ohio elect the Democratic candidates for Governor-, and.there is not a traitor i^ arms against the Republic^ who will -not take fresh courage in his murderous work, and nerve himself for renewed struggles against our noble soldiers in the field..' We are not left to conjecture as to the earnest solicitude cherished by the minions of treason for . the success of the Democratic ticket in Pennsylvania. " Indeed military campaigns are devised and urged with sole reference to their influence on the coming election; and the, Richmond Enquirer openly declares 4hat, any movement by Lee will Praise the spirits of "the Democrats, confirm the timid: " and give ' confidence to the waver"ing" and " will prove more effectual; "than the iilondiiest victories!...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
THE SITUATION Another tide of victory has blessed the' UniQn arms, and mostNsubstantial results have been,-obtainedWer treason in almost every section of the socalled Confederacy! Boseqrans has entered Chattanooga without a struggle, by a splendid flunk movement which rendered the rebel defences useless, and they sought safety in a precipitate retreat. Thus after months of effort to defend that important strategic 1 point, they, had to permit it to pass into Union hands without even an attempt to defend it. Simultaneous with the occupation of Chattanooga by Kose^rans, Gen: Burnside entered Knoxville r and moved in two columns upon Cumberland' Gap with such rapidity and skill as-to surprise and capture the entire rebe] garrison, consisting of over ^000 me i. ' .' These achievements redeem Bast Tennessee at last. For two years the loyal people of that region" have suffered every torture that rebel malignity! could invent. Many were brutally murdered in their own 'homes. Others...
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
LOCAL ITEMS How to Prevent KArns.—It is norto be disguised that the people of Franklin county have been much exercised during the last few weeks, /because of the general apprehension that cavalry raids may be. made upon up , plundering our people, of horsesj. ' cattle and provendef. ' We consider the apprehension well grounded, and unless the people themselves shall take prompt and effective stepa to guard against such incursions', there can be no doubt about the result.. We'have had frequent complaints from different sections of the county against the government because it has not placed a large force up ^on our bor- ' der. Such complaintB aro unreasonable and unjust. What force Gen. Couch has about him and at his disposal, it would not ho best to state; but if he had 50,000 men he could not protect the border of the State from. rebel raids' Tt mint ho r'pmpmhnrecl that there f ore hundreds of miles of border exposed, all opening intorieh valleys, and it is an utter impos...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
The Dbait.—The Board of Enrolment for this District has held daily sessions In the Masonic Hall, in this place, since the_7th ifist., for the examination of drafted men About sixty case3 are disppsed of daily., The greater part of the list for Adams, County has been disposed of, and the result thus far has been but about forty Tecruits obtained for Uncle Sami, There are, however, quite a number examined.and passed, "who have been paroled, and given time to decide wheth er they vrill furnish substitutes, pay $!$0Q>j-ot give personal service. - About one-third of those examined are exempted for physical disability or other causes, a few furnish substitutes or "go in" themselves, but the great majority sing thi» tllTIP • ^,, "I'm glad my dad threo hundred has .. , i. To say on^e from the arm y;. - - ... ., To Ma's dear apron strings I'll hung, . . And themnoono can harm Jne," . ._ If things go on at this rate, .the Government will jttirthD -treasury at tho expefti-c of the a...