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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
&^mfiWt&*tyb*,& SADDI/ EBT I, S ADI)I/EBY!—Sadilles.'BJfhlei, Harness. Cbirare.Trunte; ValisesJ ic. Simbr ' the: HOKSB COLtAK. ' • JJJKEMIAS OTSXKK rospecsrnll . vrefornBlris thanks to his potions f ir tlie-' (ib' cral encouragement rereiTed from them heretofore, nndhe would invite them andthe «imninhity(wnerally-,Trn6ni«y''nced any tiling in his Kne, tngive lilm a fcill at his OBD 8T.VNT>oittheEart Bld^pfMain'Str ' eet,ChntnIiertbnrsi five doors' 'Sonth ? of Httber ft Tolliert'sHnrdwate Store, where heIceepsconstttritly on haud every varietyof' S A p Of h B B Y AND 1IAKNES:- oftls oxra-Manu ' fabtiire, audhijis prepared toselltneianieat termsthat defy competition. Kvery n-rticio offered for eale 13 warranted to be made or tlte best material and by competent workmen, which will be fully rlenionstrated in'an oxamTnation 'tnerVOf.' TKtTKKS AKD'VALIifcS.—Ue would also call the attention of perrons wanting a "good, nent, cheap rad SttbstamallronkorVi...
Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
^¦pl'Jtfjstices nt a$ -ftewje:.: v :; S£s^FoT^h5^5Ic5^S in B. DiHSOX. Justice(tf thePcace^CBse taimediate-•lyoppositeTTie"IndiaiQneon IIoteL" AllIraklnessen-:trailed to his enro shall recolTo nrompt attention^ In. ttruriunb of Writing, of all Mil&, dniVD'np ipa Batis* afcCbry, manner, [ Jn/»>17.?63. ¦ ; TC>' HAMMAN, Justice of the \Peace, jCm Chuiabonsbnrg, Pa. OlDce on 'East Market street ! 3«Sbsito thd Cba ' rt Hon ' sej In <ho offlteformerH occupied by*.K-McCliife, ^om pt attentloa givea £0 everytfiinfein the line of a Magistrate and Scrivener.- _. •iept9,'63-rf. ; " ¦ , ¦ ; ' ¦ -
Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
S)ARENTS; of-Soldiers in the Service.orlnHoshitaii.can furnisji them with the POSUORr three months ' for 26 cents; 1 slxmouthB for 50 centa»or one year fpr £1.00. ' _. ' "' * J ~ kR0^H ERS of ' Soldiers iff WeSer-• viceT orlnHospItay, can JurniBhthem with the POSITORY three months for 25 cents; sii months for 50tenta, or one'year fdrSl.OO. . ' ' rpO MERfcEULNTg.—The way to * 'rrrp . u.)litai,.t CL»tu!ii Is tu AKVIBIJBi id .tne vn.AVS.ZZS 2EP0SIT0I1Y. .¦•-..
Id=273 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
f\VB; AG; ENT.—Mr, John Grove, \^ of Gjjtaibe ' rsbnrg, fs the' General Agent of the Franklin Cdnnty Mutual Insurance Company. 'June 17. "63. ¦ "WM. McLELLAN. B|J CD,BASKETS, ' - " L BathTubs. •. ., ¦ ,..,., ' . , fountains, , , -,-.. ¦¦' ¦' .. -¦ '*¦ CoJUefishBonf, ' . ; • - . j: "¦ " - Miary Hemp, • - . ¦ v ' "i ¦ Rape and MswPoed. , ¦ ¦ . ' .... . . . »t SPANGfcSB'S.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
POWTICAI, ITEMS. Mnjor-Q^k. B. P. Butl er is ejngaged to canvass the ©ate of Pennsylvania for the Union .ticket _ . • I , . , : Charle^W. "VVinegard is * the ,TJ>iori eaadidnto /or ^ Assembly in 11 Clarion, and| K. Stewart Barker for Sheriff. t : ' i ' « Sheriff Stanbarger is the Unioii candidate for Assembly in Miffiin, opposed by ~A. A. M'Kee. The former ought to be eleoted and wejtrnst willbe. The Democrats.of Northumberland have nominated D. I^> Montgomery for Senator, Trtunaa H, Pu ' rdy for Assembly and Wm. Sli ' Weaver for Sheriff. • . . '. ¦ - Th^ Union party of Su squehanna have nominated Geo.H. Wellsfor ABsemMyJBaYidSummers for Sheriff and John 3ft. MoCaia [for Begister, Stuquehanna should rive 1200 this fall. Charles Kocmce haS. twen nominated for Assembly in Mercer by die Union nUnj^nL H k Alexander for Prothonofary and John M. MoKinney for Sheriff. They will be elected! by 1,000 majority. - • I The Union men of Tioga hayq nominated John W. Guernsey for...
Id=300 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
TVEGrlSTEB'S NOTICE.—AU per-J\i sons interested will please take notice, that the fTUowing Accountants have filud thi-lr Acconnts in the Kogfatera Ofllce of Kranklin county, nnd that tho same will he presented totheOrphans' Conrt forcouflraiatli>o, on fuetday. tlit 6th day of October next, at the Conrt House, in Cbnmborsbnrg: 325. The first a; d final Account of David Hicks, 'Executor of the Inot will and tenement of John Costy, late of Antrim township, dee'd. S2tj.,Tlie first nnil filial Account of Dmiil B. Tcnley, A'tministrator of James Tenley, lato of 'Warren township, dee'd. 327. Xhe first ami final Account of John S. Zimmerman und Jacob S. Zimmerman, AdininiHtrntors of Jacob Zimmermao, dee'd. 328. The second Account of Samuel 1). and George 'VT. Brumbaugh, Administrators of the K^tnte of Joseph >*owntan,(!ecVl. 329. Tho first and final Account of John C. Rotz. Administrator of SavidRotz, late of Lurt^in twn.. Oec'd,. son 0. K. V. BQYD, Register. NOTICE. —In t...
Id=287 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
A DMINISTBATOE'S NOTICE^ /V Notice is hereby given th»t letters of Adminis tnuioa on the Estate of Swnnel GHmore, late of Letterkenny township, decM, have been granted to the subsci ibor. residing iuStrasbnrg. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the »nl<i Estate will plfMe make immediato payment; and those having claims will present them properly authenticate. fomettlenient. , • auz26 ' ' JOHN GILMORE, Adm'r. \ TTIXBCUTOE'S NOTICE.—Notice |J U bereby'given that Letters Testamentary to. the Knt<ite of Malinda Staver, late of Letterkonny township, iluceased, have been granted to the undersigned, residing ia Lurgan Township. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Eslatuwill please make immediate paj-ment; and those haTing claims will present them properly authenticated tor settlement. CHRISTIAN SNOKE, Sept. 9'03 • | Executor. I>MINISTEATOES'NOTICE;—XA Notlco is hereby given that Letters of Adminisiruuua vn tho Estate of James Eirkpatriefc, lnteo...
Id=320 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
HEADQUARTERS of PROVOST MAR3UAL, SixtetnUi District Fcnnsylvania} Uurtiubersburg,' Seirteraber 5, 18t!3.—The following is published for the int'urnmtlon of all concerned: lot. The payment uf t^iOU vx^mpta frum the one draft but uot from anysubsequeut draft. " 2d. A dratted mau may pity $U00or offer a substitute aftkii the Board upon examinatiou have prunouueetl him tit f <rlhe service. V ,' 3U.: A drafted nian ttiay offer a sabs titnte .lay day (Sundays excopted) between the lioors set hy tbe Board tot that purposebnt he must huvu previously cumplled with the requirements of ^feti. 1 7 of Circular S3 Iruiu the office of the Frovout Marshal Geneva! which provides that "All jieisons who way be dratted, and VfUo may dediie to prenent substitutes thai 1 give notice ia writing to the Board of Enrollment that on euch a day they will pv^- sent a cmhstitvitel giving his nau^e, residence, age, and stating whether he is au alien ot citizen."; . | The ]jc;trd will,decJinu to receive n...
Id=335 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
"\TALUABLE T A VEEN STAND Y FOE SALE- 1 The undersigned offer at Private Side, tho well known Tavern, situated on the corner of Market and Second Surets, now in the occupancy of SherifT Brown. The Hot«t is a large commodious two story brick building. Th* yard attached Is admirably arranged for travellers. stepping with buggies and wngoiw. The stable is large and airy, and capable of accommodating from 50 to 60 head ofhorses. Tho outbuildings Kuch as Wash Houoe. Spring House .Ice House, 4c. makes it the most desirable .Hotel Is tlie county. Its near location to the Rail RoadConrt House, Bank, and business places, renders It tho moat pleasant and convenient Btopping place In town." Persons desiring to purchase, can lee the prpmiscs and learn tho terms of sale hycalllnff on ths undersigned. ED. ATOHINBAUUH, Chamb'g, sept. 2-tf '. S. M. W0RM5Y. XTALUBLE FAKM FOE SAEE.^- Y TlieundoislgnidofTor at Private 8nle, avaluable LIMESTONE FARMsituated in Welsh T5nn district, 1J^ miles S. E.of...
Id=339 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
Utal mitt* Balm TfA^UABLEEEAJLESTATEFOB ¦ Y BAIi^-Ttio indeireigne<l» . Kxecntow of JniuV Be^tty and atao of .Gttharino Beatly., iiu o r Antrim township,detfdwiU oJTer at PaWic Silicon the preotUr* on the days nicutiontd} the following described Bt-ol E»- |tai«,tawit: " ' " " ! -.On Thmsday, He ISth ctay of. Oeleier,*ai, j . on the MansionFnno. at 10 o'clock. A M, g»id SIAJf. EION FARM, consisting of a tract of Lnnrl sitmtoaU.nl ftvemiles Korth-cnst of GrctncHsUo. -io »»id tuwashlp, bouna«l by lands ofjamea Davidson. C. weclitai. U«nrj Wcnger, Jncuhana Oeorge Spcelmnn mtd others, «<in» talniug 152 ACRES more <J lias, irith alnrse tTf»»torle4 STONE BWEtUNd HOSSE, s largt Sb.no Bank Ttoni, £oin Crib, and other onthulldinirs tlwrftin. TB«re-fe» never-failing Well of Water on usid »'arm «itb » TWavp tr. 1* AlAn^TliBK— !.. ..^ IJt • .3 _ ¦ nrinil lllb^f i <","' —•—," -»«.»o *a vu nuui ntuu u itircQ ui>uiiAmif'<>' choice Jrnil; Tree...
Id=315 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
PUBLIC , SALE.—The .subscriber willsell.by Public Sale, at his residencp . in Gnillord townshipf near iitonfer 4 £trickler'» f aper MilL on Thursday, tlie lit of Qctabtr, iiecJ, the following Personal Property, viz: TWO OOOO COWS. 16 head of Hogs 1 Spring IVajoii; 1 ! ThreshiDff Machine: 1 Wbentfun 1 Cutting Box, and anunifier of farming Iinpletnents. Also, a variet}- of Household and Kitchen FORS1TURE, viz: Bedsteads Bedding, Cupboards, one 8'day»;t.'l.)ck, Cook and ten-l>lats Stoves, Dislios, and a; great variety of articles uot necesunry toennmerate. '- Sale at Wo'elock, whef^tho terms will bo mmle known septS-ts ¦ JOHN STOTJFBR, Sr. PUBLIC SALE.—Will be sold at Public Sale, on 7uesday. Vie 6th if Octobernext, a valuable TIIREB STORY BRIi^K HOUSE, situated on Went Market St.,- Chambersburg, near tho diamond, (being No. 5 of Franklin Buildings,) and formerly .the pniperty ot John Liggett, flee'd. * - , . . The property is in good repair, anil in a good situatiun for pub...
Id=299 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
Umal ^.oticp^ AJOINT * EESOLUTIO2T PEOPOSING CERTAiN AMENDMENTS- TO THE t.u.>iTITUTION. - Ht it resofped by the Senate and Houzeof Rcprescnta-,'ftwji af the VomwmwtiHtJi of "Pennsylvania in General Assembl y metTbnt the folluwing Bnitndinents bepropci-¦ed to tha Constitution of the Commonwealthin accordtnce with the provisions of the tenth article thereof: Th'erbikallbe an additional sectluntothe third articls *>f tlio Constitution, to be designated as section four, as oUows: Barrios 4. Whenever any of tbe qualified electors of hisCeinmonweoltli slinllbe in any actuuLinilitaryser'ice, under s requisition from the President ol tne Unied States, or by the authority of this Cqmroouwenlth, <ttcb electors m»y exercise tbe right ol suffrage in all 'lrctions by the citizens, under such regulation* as are, ir shall be, prescribed byluw.as fmly as if they were iresent at their usual place of election. There shall be two additional sections to theoli-Venth trtide of...
Id=325 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
T> O OPING:- , ' XX) jiodtlVQ J?«ady t£ nail doim, HOOFISG wire durable tlitn Tin. ' ' EO0F1NO at half the. «»< nf Tin,. ' ROOFING for Stf.epm- FlatBonfi READY E00FIN6 " FOB U0U8KS, " - . ' FOR COURCHKS. • FOK FACTORIES, ; FOK BARNS, FOR ALL BUILDINGS I ! . Tlite Roofing is made of the hcaYiost wovortfabric oter nBeil for the purpose.—Mauufiictarod solely by ourselves auds/ecarod by Patent. ¦ ' - • Ent up In rolls and snipped to all parts of th« condtry, nnd usually, for salo by hardware merchants and buildori. > It can be applied by any common ¦workman. We also manufacture. LIQUID GDTTA PEECHA CEMENT, pob nmraixo ¦ LEAKY TINROOPS! CBRAPER THAN OIL PAINT, ' BEATIER BOOT TITAN OIL PAINT. . MORE DURABLE TBAN OIL PAINT Itformsapermanotly adhesive, elURtlccoating over the whole surfaco of tbe tin, filllnR op all the smaller RUST HOLES, And often saving the «xpense of a new root j OUR COMPOUND „„_. GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT is especially adapted to repairing LBAKrBBI&a...
Id=329 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
TrALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. Y —Thesubscriber offers at Private :-ale,his FAKM, situatcJabont l A mile from Quincy. containg 151ACBBS 14 of which is in TIM ISBU and thriving Chestnut. % of the Farm isuftl.e bestiality of LIMESTONK LA>D and all m a high srato of cultivation. "luo. improvements are a largo BRICK ilOUWE, >ith purtico and porches, a new BRICK BANK llAKN.Soreet long, with Wagon Shod and 'Corn Ciib attiichcdi double Frame Carriage House,Brick Wash Huu;O. Smoke House, Bake Oven, and ail 'necessary outbuildings, in good'repair Thereat* a large Cistern close to the 13urn,n5ed for tft'ick and'ooc neur the kitchen. There is a WeU'of excellent water in theyaVd, There is . also a variety -of those Enrit, such as Pears,PlomsPeach's nnrt Gntprt in tbe yard. There inalso a guod OBtUAKD of young thriving Fruit on tho.premises - Persons wishing to view the Innd cm do so by calling on tbo subsrribel,or any information respecting It can bo obtained by callingontleo. J. Bala...
Id=321 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
JfcadquartKi-s of Prnto&Mar*/ialf } r 167A District, Perinxylvavia* V • "T 1 ChambersburR. Sop't -4th. 186-5 ) MANY AFFIDAVITS THAT hano beon fnrvardwl by mail to these he iil-q«(lr-Ifn i elating to tfaodfttnis of Unified mull for exemption; hi o so deffictive in execution a* to be valueli *a fur the purpusu inteniltHl. ' In a *ewiiisrnncen tlieyiiiivebeen prepared iu seeming igivmiiico nf the rights ot tbe party nndt ir the lt»w, or with intent to pr ctice imposition upon tho Board. It is nnmmnced flmt as a rule Drafted Men with their witness are required to uppear in person before tlie Board ol Enrollmeut. OEO. EYSTKU.. \ . " l*r.'. Mar.r 16th Di»t. I'enna »fnt 9-3' and Prmidentof Henri »f 'EirrnllmBnt. Headquarter! of Provoitr Mar thai, - ~* ,\ - 16th i/ittricl. Jiiinxylvama, - ' > Chninlicwbnrff. Scii't 4th.1863. ) rpHE DRAFTED SEEN OF THIS I DiJtrlet are cnutlonert npiliist jolninR Tnlnn ' tesr ifeSimenta. Everyinnii dmwiijn tlie late draft whoso JoIub will b...
Id=345 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
. AtKX. S. M'CLVXE. '-"' I fltjfl S ^ SJOJM. M'CLUEE & STONEB, ' EDITORS AND PUSL1SBESS. . THE JBANKLIN REPOSITORY iajpuhUsbcd LABS ANDSIPXT CEKTS,y not paid viihintb* V ^.Ministers of tho Gospel, in Trariiliricooiityr are furnished with the Besositort at Si pei »djidid, in advance.: _, , tar Sabscriberg, residing out of the State, «n««* pay ttxitftv «»?»«<»»«ond t^e paper will in iu cnsej bo discontinued at the' expiration of the time for W /S»TEB l |lSESENTS inserted st 50 eentt pef square of eigirt lines for first ingeition, and 25 cents per'eqo&refoi eain Bubsequont insertion. "- Allfrao- ^ - tions of » square ore counted as a fall Kqtmre. Advertisemcnta-inserted by the quarterJalf year, of year, at a Vfasonablei reoSiolkm. Those inserted but once arteharged ten cents per line; I««nle<I AdTertisementsa' prieeand a-half. ¦¦ 8p*eial noticw,-in3er ted before Marriages and Deaths. Me cBsrg«rl6nble regular rate*. fl®» NO CUTS, or bold, display letter...