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Id=343 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
T)RIVATE SALE OF TANNERY X NEAR JAYETTKVILLE.—The undemigntd "-nil} »bl) at Private 8nle, tlie iilloTiig described lt£AL ES4 TAT£,towit: ,. . . . j ^30 ACKES OF LAND. ; > =\ f All under good fence and ttltaWe. with a gool! Brici Dwellinga never fiiling well of- ' cood witter ueor the door, a (•(¦oil Run andThrauhing Floor, a fine Orchard bearing thebest fruit. Also A TANNERY of32 large Tata , . O.largc Leaches with limes and pools Bark Mill, Roller, " Piimp nnd Fulling Stocks, nil in excellent order, the whole opeiating by WATER POWKHAlso a good Barkshed, all ntisnrpusrd in convenience aud labor saving. The above property will be shown to nny person on application^* J acob li. Cook of Fuyetterllle, or Jobs II. CookofCbambersbnrg. Terms w!U"be rcnB.'nablt. . . Jun« lVS34f . .VETER COOK. "T1ESIEABLE TOWS PROP^E-1/TV FOR 8ALE.—The underslgne-l will Kellnt Privutc- Sale, a LOT 09GROUND, aitmitc on Ea»t Queen St., Chumbersburg, adjoining the residence of P. Hamman, Esq-lhoving...
Id=340 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
PUBLIC SALE.—By virtue of pn Order of ' the Orphn);s' Caurt of Frnnkllii count j tuere will Wexposed to Public Snle, on tlin premises. «> Saturday, the Mill dag of September»t 1 o'clock. V.M., the following vnlunblc Real Estate, late the pmi>. lty of Daniel Crnmor, dec'il, viz : The MANSION FARM, situated ou the ltoad tending from SI rnulrai-g to liuxliury, about two and a half miles from tbe farmer place, con* taming 108 ACRES of pood SInte Lnnd.10' o! vrhlth is cleared and In ft higu stnte of cultivation, nnd e ^ nclorpd with'guor fence. Tlie Improvements me n frvvo story Log House,a good Frame Bain, nnd all tlio necessary out-buildings, a Well of excellent Water near tho pwelling.nnd running Wnter thro* the Farm. Twenty Acres of this Farm is gitod Meadow. It lias uho on it nn Orchard of excellent Fruit/Affhls is a very depirablupnipcrtf, being'it-itliiaaruile andtt hall of (line Hret-clam Grist Mills. Ptrsonsdesirousofpmchasing wiUdowell to call and examine Ilio I...
Id=311 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
DMINISTKATOR'S NOTICE.— r\- Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Adminis tration on the Estate of Absalom Shatter, late of Oolllurd township, dee'd, have been irnmled to the nndersigned, resiaing in the Bowngh or Uhamberaburg. All persons knowing themselves indebted to snid Estate will please make Immediate payment; and those having claims will present them pronorly authenticated or settlement. imgW JOHN H17BEB, Adm'r. T7XECUT0ES' NOTICE.—Notice *^ ta * e !2& iT l I \« hat tetlor5 testamentary to the Kstate of FredTt Zulllngor, of tetterkenrjy township, diic'd, have 6ecn granted to the undersigned All persona indebted to tho said Estate, are hereby requested to make immediate payment , and those havln rlalms or demands against the Estate of said decoden will make known the same -without delay, to JOHN ZULUNOEB .HarriaWre Pa., . .qEO.ZUtUNOKB .i^S^C nsbip, MP t2-6i» Executors. PJIINISTBATOB'S NOTICE. J\_ Notice is hereby given that letters or Admlnistra. tion on the Est...
Id=328 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
%tal mtttt gfcmv rpiiUSTEE'S SALE.—There will I be sold atPolnic Saleon tb« premiBeK, In Qsincy township, «n Thttrtday the 1st day of October. 18IS3. the following Farm, late the Estate ,of Nancy Myers, deed, »!«:.- ¦ - •. '¦- > ¦ ' A Tract of 160 ACEES and .85 PERCAE3 and allowance of Land, adjoining lands of fianiue! Beam* Henry Bcsore, L«vi Sondersand Robert McIlTany, on which are erecteda large . two.Story StoneDWElilNG HOUSK. Stone Barn, Stone ' Spring House, three Tenant llouses aud other buildings. There 1b a fine Young Orchard growing on the iircmisss. AbontlOO Act^s dear *jld under (roud cultivation.. The Timtiet gtowing ia of the best. The farro,i3 well watered by Antietem creek, and thecattlocan teach vfat»r In all the fields except ono. The roiul frum Chambeubnrg to Waynesboro' passes the dour, and the dwelling is bnt three miles from the.latter place. Tho land is of the best WMK S1ONU quality. There is a running and never failing fountain iu the Spring House. ....
Id=341 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
Aip-UAN.CE, TO 3IAKE MONEY , The undersigned offer nt Piivote Sale, on accum uiuuating twins, all that valuable TU ACT OF LAND sito atfcdinM.Thomas.township, Franklin County, ia.,.5 milesNorth-weatof.thevillngc ufSi. Xbomns. biandtMl by lands ofBWiVilson'a Heire, \Jrm. Freaucr, Barr. ' ttuJ others, containing . ' 229 ACKES. About 100 Acres of t,his Trncfare chmred and In a Irae state of cultivationthe whole of which has been thorougiily llmed.wrthiuthe lunt few yem-s: tbe''bnlanee'iff heavily set wttbihriving Timber.. There ifl.a fine Ximostone Quarry ¦ on- the premisr^, Jrom which ft vtiperh/r. quality of Lime is made. The Improvement* consist of agood, two-storied Lor anil Frame VWELUXQ 11OVH>S. A FINK HANK DA UN. erected last sommer: a Water-Power SAW MILL, and/a STA VK and SHINULE SlILU driven by a «mnll Stcrun Engine, and other' uccctboTJ and convenient buildf ugs. ; . ' ' ¦ The obovo i»r5peHy.offcrs grcnt inilnceuicnts to purchasers of Real Est^t 'o. It is located in ...
Id=342 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
A DMINlSTBATOli'S SAL E.— f\ There will be exposed to Mile, by wny ot Public uui-cry, on the premises, in the Borunjih of t'hamleii^ burg, on .Saturday, the 3d nf Octtibr r, 1&63the following Rail Estate.late theF.stateof Henry Flintier, died, vii: A LOT OF GROUND, fronting M fett on-Quten: striit, Chnniliernburir, with a depth tnnthtrnrH of 192 feet ndjilningj.T Hoskinsoniimt.nnd lion. Wilson Iteilley. West. The proiisrty will he soli! in two parts, and will btd.vWedby aline run through tho centre of the l>» froni'Qucen »:rcef, giving to encii jionioi) 3i feet l)jr 3(12. The west half adjoining Hon. Wilsun Reilly. lirtsertetfil on it a WEATlfrlltBOAItnED DWELLING HOUSE, nml fliuc-ut half,ft/ljoiziipg J. 1\ Uotikinmni. hup nlwo^rectct] thereon a WEAX1IEUB0ARM4D DWELLING HOCSE. The property i? pleasiintly niluate<l and in a tcij dralruble locution, and the title is good. A right ot way tothe i'Mmji mid the right to the Una the w-vter of the Well wll be reserve...
Id=298 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
BARNAED T. FELLOWS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTBR rKAIKEB, GLAZIER, AND PAPER . • HANGER, SHOP n. the Old Armory'Building, (up stairs,) next door to "Old Jail," Peiffer & Foltz'n Carriage Manufactory, opposite Brcwn's Hotel, and COESER OF SECOND AND MARKET STS., •a : Chambersburg, Pa. I respectfully Ukethli metaod of thanking tbecltl-¦ns of Chambersburg and vicinity fer th* vety liberal itronage I have received at thplr hand* for the past inr, (my first year-tn this place,) and flattering myself .at I have dono .and ami am still prepared to , ¦ry best work Inany line, I solicit aconttouonce of past vor. , B.T./«tlOwSr V. 8. 'I respectfully refer to any of my patrons—Jaines fsler, Wm.McLenahan, Col. A. K. McClore, Rev. Mr. iccolls, Presbyterian UtraVcb, Dr. Richards, Dr. Fisher, ' M. Kieffer 4 Co., Gernmn Kef - d Messenger. J. Allison vstor, Wm. C.'Kyster, and any ethers for whom I have me work—tor eharacter of work done, and expedition Junel7.'6S-tf. B.T.P. \
Id=331 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
PUBLIC SALE.-U-Will be sold,by Public Sale, on the premfde.it on Saturday. Vie 26/A aay of ScpUmbtr. next, at 1 o'clock, P; M~ the following valuable Keid Property,lute thfcJ^tnteofHenryStoiier, dee'd.. viz: A TRACT Of LA.NI>, (beat quality'Lime atone) containing 110 Acres, situate in Cetfrs township, I'nmkl in County. Pn., on the road leading from tireencastle to Hercerbburg—tlie "Warm Spring Rotl'' pussen the door—and in tlie immediate vicinity of Stitzell'a Mills. About 80 Acres are cleared, and under cultivation nnd good fences; the remaifader-well timbered. The Improvements consistof a good BttuieDwelling House, Log Barri, unti other out-bui'dinjrs; a Well <»f excellent naver failing water convenient to th© dwelling. &c. There is, also, on the premises, a thriving young Apple Orchard. TKIIM^.—One-third of the put chase money to remain In the land during the liietiniu of theWhlow, tho interest to be paid tu her eemi-ftnnualiy; S'^500 in hand, and the hala...
Id=332 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
"XTALUABLE PAEil AT PUBLIC f SALB.—The-undersigned, Executor of Malnchi Brind'e.iat't of St.Thomas township, dee'd, will offer at Public Side,on Saturday, the lOtA day of Octob'r, nert. IIIE MANSION FABM o! said dec'3. aituatei St. Thomas township, Franklin County Pn.. abt.ut two miles Sonth of the rilliige of St. Thouian, adjoining lands of Witnon'8 befrsJohn Millet and other. *, contAlttlng 254 ACKES and' allowance of LIMESTONE LAND. This Farm ia eligibly altunted with n stream ol RUNN1KU WATER through it (ind a NEAEKPAILINO SHUNS. ) near thy houBe. The iniproremtTita coHRibt of a I ireo tw»>-etory Stone IIuuso.nStODe Unnk Barn, "Wngi-n -hed, Corn Crib nnd other necessary uut-'.uildings. Also, two tenant Houses and an Orchard of choice 1'ruit Trees, such as apple*, pears, punches, cherriea, &c. About fifty ncreanre in good timber and about fifty is Meadow ground. Auy person wishing to view the premises before the da) of side v Ul call on the subscriber residing ab...
Id=333 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
\ TALUABLE STEAM TANNERY Y FOB SALB.—ThennderagDodwill'soIl at Private Sale.hiiiTA}|X£Ky, known,as the Corner Tannery? with Dtwufl and n-ntor-power. Saw Mill, Chopping Mill.Stocks (or breaking hides4c. .Tlio Tannery has » leeches, 32 vats. '2 lime* and water-pool, aud ia capable of tunning S.)Oheavy hides a year. There ara two Log Dwelling Houses. Uarn, Stable nnd other necessary out bnildngs connected- with the Tunnurr, and alxmt 60 Acrescleoawl. with gond ' fruit. ¦ He will sell any quantity of Irnid with the Tannery, from 100 to 7w> Acres. O-er 6oO Acrtsitre Tiniber. ' arid an ample supply of Chesnut Oak Barlt to mn the Tannery for fttty years'. It is situated about 7 wiles -South-west of Merc'ersburg, on Licking Creeki Terms madi; cist. Possession will be givon this Till if necessary. For further pHrtioudirs ailrtr ' ess the under signed.ait ilerccrsuurg, Franklin county, Pa. auB 12, 63-tf SG. MKTCALF.
Id=334 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
^rATJTABTiFl AfTT.Tj PROPERTY V FOR SALE.—-The nubscriber desiring to retiie rrumuusiness,dtre» at uxiTut ' csale Ills VALUE15LE MILL Property, situnto jiii the Comcoclienguo t'reek. at Scotland.fi<'e miles North of Chnmbershurg. Tho Mill hns' throe run ot Burrs and is In good ortror for home and merchant work. It Is situated in on<£of the best grain growing regions of Southern; Pennsylvania«nd convenient to churches and schools- There are about sev4jn* tieu Acres of land connected with the Mill, nearly all cleared and good Mettdirw Lund, and upder K"Od fence. A large two-story Woatherboarded D WKLL1KG HOUSE and other out buildings, iind considerable fruit aro on the property. Tin price asked is $o,000. while the nett tituings of th 'o mill during the limt yenr wa» aliove.S700 r For particulars apply to the subscriber i esiding oh tne promises. ¦ MUS SLE1CUTH&. auEl9-tf ¦ ..
Id=314 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 16 September 1863
fjl€al"<Ss^te Soles PUBLIC SALE.—There will be of-L fercdat PublicSale. oi thepremises.on Thursday 1 Ok Sift day qf^ Octobernext, tttl o'clock, P. M,uli that TBA*!T OF LAND, sitnatu in St. Tl\oma» township, latb ths Mansion farm of Michael Wngner, dcc'd. bounded by Linda of Joseph Chriitnun, Jasper Sraller, Jacob Eeller, Martin Kshleman and othera, containing 94 ACREdnnd 151 PEEClHiS, neat. The improvements nre a good two rtory BRICK DWELLING- M0TJ88, Log Barn and other building?, a gontl Well, of never-DUing Water aiul a thriving YjUNG ORCHARD^ About ten Acres of the tract i»Timber landand flftwn Acres Meadow iand. Tho terms will be niadt known on the day of sale, by , . . ' JACOB CK1DKK, Adia'r. By order of tho Orphans' Court, - soi>t9-ts ." KG. MiiCASii, Clerk.-
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
- gtm%Un • fbjMita, PHILADELPHIA Movements of 6en. Lee—He is stUI to Virginia In Force—Probable Offensive Mojenient Against WasbinKton-*"?«« Woodward Schooled to Silence —Miy. «eu. Butler—Tnc Contest in tbe State. Editorial Corrcapondcnce of The Repository. ' Philadelphia, Sept. 19,1863. The mysterious movements of Gen. Lee put all conjecture at fault-; bat I adhere to the conviction expressed in last week's Rk-Posjjcort , that he will make an offensive movement before military operations are susponded by winter. It is now clear, notwithstanding the many concurrent reports to the contrary during the last week, that his army remains intact; that he has not divided it to reinforce cither Beauregard or Bragg; and if needs little discernment now to understand that his retrograde movement, before . Gen. Pleusanton, beyond the Rapidan, was but a feint to draw Meade as far awayfrom Washington Ss possiblo with 'the purpose to give him battle. ThisEtrategy will prove a failure, for...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE TENTH LEGION Got. Cnrtln in LehiKh Valley—Immense Union Meetiiics—leading Democrat*) Supporting him—The Itumor of Lee Evacuating Virginia. Editorial Corrcniiondenco of TIio Utpo itcry. - Allentowk, Pn., Sept^-21, 1863. Gov. Curtin reached Lehigh Vnllej- on Saturday morning, and was greeted with a de-•gree-of cnthusiflsm that struck terror in the hitherto confident Democratic ranks -o.f this section. Lehigh gavo over 1,900 Democratic majority last year, and Carbon gave ' over 700. , Thi3 fall Lehigh will not give iibove 1,000 at the outside, and Carbon is warmly contested on the local tickets, and wUl not give 200 either way. ¦ I was surprised to see men actively participating in the Union meetings here who have been life-long Democrats. Judges Cool, Amen and Bowman, all of whom have, been chosen Associate Judges of Carbon county by the Democrats, are now for th e first time openly acting against the Democratic party; and Gen. Lilly and Hon. 31. M. Dimmick, formerly Democ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
IMPORTANT FROM NEW ORLEANS Grand Movement Toward Texas in Three Columns. Gens. Herron, Washburne and Frank lin on the March, DISASTER AT SABINE PASS The Gunboat Clifton DemollsnviA wltfi all on Hoard. Ubw Obleans,' La., Sept. II. . Last week from ten thousand to fifteen thousand men were conveyed by the Opelousas road from Algiers to Brasheat City and to Bayou Bceuf, the whole force under the command of Gen. "Wasnburne. Almost simultaneously Herron's men moved, up the Mississippi toward Red River. Gen. Franklin"s division mean while embarked on transports he . re and at the camps above near Car-\rollton, and moved down the river toward the Gulf. It was, therefore, a combined movement by three distinct columns, and by , three, routes. ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦[ "When Franklin's men ' went down the river a'nd Washbnrne's coijis moved by railroad to Brashear^and Bayou Bceufa week ago todav. the t^o federal eun-bbats Clifton and Sachem moved down Berwick Bay to the Gulfr Franklij^stransportsi...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
BB1EF WAR ITEMS. Gen. Banks has issued an order opening the Mississippi for through business. Captain Bentoh has been ordered to the command of Washington Arsenal in place of Col. Ramsey. . ^ All the United States troops in Indiana, with the exception of the Provost Guards, have, been ordered to the field, ' > j The Richmond Enquirer nays that preparations are being made by the Federals to send an expedition.against Magrader and Taylor in Louisann. ¦ ' , The capture of Fort Smith is confirmed by a dispatch from St. Louis. The " whole of "Western Arkansas and the Indian Territory are now in Federal possession. , Gen. Bipley, Chief of Ordnance, has been placed on the retired list, and Col. Ramsey, of the "Washington Arsenal, has been temporarily appointed to fill his place. ' . On Friday, Gen. Gillmore was promoted to the position of Major in the Engineer Corps, after he sjiall havo passed an examination ordered by the "War Department some time^ince. The "Washito River ...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE SOUTHERN COAST Counsel) in the Departments of North Carolina and Virginia—Conscripts Captured—The "Spirit and Times " ttfla Jfcjjro Enlistments, Ac. OarroopondoDce of the Franklin Repository. Newbebn, N. a, Sept. 7,: 1863. Since I lost wrote, several changes of importance have taken place in this ^Department and its sub-districts. Major General Foster, commanding the Departments of Virginia and North Carolina, having- 'of necessity transferred his headquarters to Fortress Monroe, Brig. Gen. Heckman assumed temporary command here until the arrival of Brig. Gen. Palmer. The latter has in turn been relieved by Maj. Gen. John F. Peck, who formerly* commanded at Suffolk, Va. Hib gallant and successful resistance during ,the siege of that place by the Rebel Generals Longstreot .and Hill, wilh. a force greatly outnumbering ours, will bo remembered by your readers. Assisted by Gen. Palmer; who' now commands the forces and defences of Newberri\and Gen. Heckman, in command of th...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE WAR II* VIRGIIVTA Beported Evacuation; of Bistoond A BATTLE EXPECTED Baltimore, Sept, 19.—XOe special correspondent of th& ' BaUiEWW American, at Fortress Monroe * $avs: A. rumor is current 5flte> 'which obtains belief with many, tbM Richmond iB being evacuated. , ¦ - LEE'S ARMY IN LINE OF BATTLE. "Washinqtok. Sept. 19.—All the Rich mond papers of ti» 16th and 17th ("Wednesday and Thpxsday) received here mention that Lee's luaoy aas beenin line of b&ttlb for some day*between theRapidan «Bd> Orange Court Hosssv but seem to iat&nate that it will remaia «S the defensive. = Thdjj would seem to iwfeate that Lee fenot strong, and is accepted as conflrmatssy of th* report that troops. SAW been sent south, ftom Yjxginisu .
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863
THE STATE AD>aUtXISTKATIO?r. -W ^Ve^y. jBttentaon: to.the following article irom Vi& ' Ba.TTtsbxiig Telegraph, which de-Serves to ¥a thought ,«ver carefully by men of allparHes.. -Its statements are matters ot public recoTd,^and not to be denied. It is nofeenough to say that Andrew G. Curtin^is loyal and true to his country; that he is earnest; in his work,'andsiajere jahis jdesire.to subdue tiie' rebelRbn f that ' while he hWsu's-! tained the Government, he has also found time to care for the soldiers of Pennsylvania; Thisjis much; but we' miist also ieinember that in Tiis adminiEtration of the internal affairs of the State he has been most wise and able. The man who in time of wai 1 is.able by his economy and skill to point out a way by which' the' people' : may- be relieved of heavv taxes, shows adminis ' trativcL talent of the highestorder. This Andrew G. Curtin has done. tJporihis re-election depend great financial interests, and it will improve the gener...