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Id=320 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

A DMINISTEATOR'SNOTICE. — I\ Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the Estate of Isabella Thompson, late of Green township, dee'd, have boen granted to the undersigned, residing In said townihlp. All persons indebted to the said Estate, are hereby requested to make immediate payment,and thoso having claims or demands against jhe Estate of snid decedent, will make known the same, without dolay. to ' ' nepta WIL..JIAM THOMPSON, Adra'r. ISoofte anto gtatumetg. ewstoe¥PwatsotXson have, opened at their Store Room, : on the Northwest Comer of the Diamond, opposite Franklin Hall, Chambersburg, Pa., an entirely new stock of goods, consisting of BOOKS of almost every description. Stationery of all kindsEnvelopes. Steel Pens, Ink, 4c. AIbo a large assortment Qf WALL PAPER, WINDOW BLINDS, various prices, ond agrcatvarietvofNOTIONS AND FANOY ARTICLES, 1 Plctoree, Fans, Vases, Lndlcg, and Misses Baskets4c. Fancy Soap and Perfumery. Alsoagood Assortment J of Worsted, Shetla...

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Id=348 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

KA HEAD OP SHEEPTOST^ t)\J Strayed from the residence of the subscriber, living near NewGnllfcrd, from » to -Kfihead.of 8heep, ; marked with the letter N with tar on their side. Anyi persons having strayed sheep, with the*above mark, on] their promises, will please glvelnformation by address lug N. W. SULLENBERGER. *ng!2-tf NewGnilfordP.O., Franklin co., P», I q>9p: EEWAED.—Stolen fromthd tSs*m/(J pastnre field of the subscriber, on Fridaj J night the 7th Inst., -i miles east of Chambersburg on tho ' GettysburgPlko, a.large Black Horse . 8 ycarsold; bwo-j uoyod In the left shoulder, but does not go lame; walks well In harness or under the saddle. The above reward will bopntd for any Information leading to the recover* of the horse b y ANDREW J. LOCHBAUM. i angl2 ¦ ¦ > | ESTE AYS—Came to th epremises of the subscrlbor, in Qulncy on or about the 25th of August, TWO HEAD OF CATTLE, one a Red Steer, with a few white spots, -nipposod to be 4 or 6 years old; tho otbor a ...

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Id=366 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

' A CHANCE -TO MAKE MONEY i f\ The un'dersignod offer at Private Sale, on accoro mouiiting termB, all that Tahmblc Tit ACT OF LAND situ ated in Ht ' . Thomas township, Franklin Comity, ia_ T S mile»NorthMeat<if the village of St. Tbnmas, Ixiuti'led by lands ofD. Wilson's Heirs, Wm Freanei, Darr. aud others ' , containing 229 ACKES. Abont 100 Acresof this Tract are clnaretinnd In a ftoo Btate of cultivation, the whole of which has been thoronghly limed within tho last few yenrit; the bnlnnca- h» heavily set with thriving Timber. There is n fine Limestone Quarry on the premises, from which a superior quality of Lime is made. The Improvements consist of n good, tw.«toried Log and Frame DWELLING HOl'SK. AJ'INEIUNK BARN, erecte/l last rammer: a Water-Power SAW- MILL, aad a STA VE and SHINGLE MILL, driveu4hy a small Steam Engine, and other necessary nnd convenient buildings. The abuve Property offers great inducements to porchasertof Real Estate. It is located In a finely Timliei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

I^eal <&fita.tt Sales. npEUSTEE'S- SALE.—There -will I be sold at Public S*leon the premises, in Qulncy township, on Tlturtday the 1st day of October, 16tss, the following Farm,-Iate the Estate of Nancy My-ers, dee'd, viz: ' ¦ : A Tract of 160 ACRES and 85 PERCAE3 and allowance of Land, adjoining lands of Samnel Bean, Henry Besore, Lavl Sondcrsand Robert Jlcllvany, on which are erected a largo two Story Stone SWELLING HOUSE, Stone Ram, Stone Spring House, three Tenant Houses and other bnilding'. There is a fine YoUng Orchard growing- on the premifes. About 100 Acres clear and under good cultivation. The Timber growing is of the best. The farm is well watered by Antietem creek, and the cattle can reach wat>rin all the fields " except one» The road from Chambeisburg to Waynesboro' passes the door, and the dwelling Is but three miles fronrthe latter place. The land is of the best LIME STONE: quality. There is a runniog and never failing fountain io the Spring ' ...

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Id=367 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

DMINISTEATOE'S SAL E.— f\ There will ho exposed to sale, I-y way of Public wut-vry, on the premises, in the Bormifih. of Chaml-ers-Imrg, on Saturday, the Brf nf Oclob'-r. 1S63, the followluj; Real K»tate. latr theKstate<,f Henry Fliiidvr. (Led. viis: A LOT OF GROUND, fronting 04 feet nn Queen street. Chambersbure, with'n.<lrp!h southward of 192 fret ad» j.lninsrJ.T Hosklnson East.and Hon. Wilson Bellley, West. The property will bo fuld In two parts, and will be divided by a line run through the centre of tho lit from Qneeii street, giving to each poi tiou 32 feet by IV2. The vrest half adjoining lion. Wilmn Reilly.has erected on it n WEATUKKBOAKDED DWELLING J1OVSE. mtil the east hnlt adjoining J. T. Uivkinson. hat aln< errcted thereon s WEAT11ERU0ARDED DWELLING HOUSK. Tl^i propertyjs plensnntlysitnntcd nnd in a vtir} ilesirahie location, and the title is good. A ri|iht nt way tothe Pump and the right to ihe nte tho water of the Well w'H be reserved for "the ns...

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Id=356 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

PUBLIC SALE.—Will/be sold by Public Sale, on the premises, otiSaturday, the 2fi(A nay nf September, next, at 1 o'clock; P. JI., the following valuable Real Property, lato the,J>tate uf Henry Stoner, dcc'd_viz: A TRACT OF LAND, (best quality Lime stone) containing 110 Acres, gituato in Vcters township, Franklin County, Pa., on tbt/road leading from Greencastle to Mercersbnrg—the^Varm Spring Roa/i passes the door—and in the immediate vicinity of Stitzell's Mills. About 80 Acres are cleared and under cultivation and good fences; the remainder well timbered. The Improvements consisto'i" a good Stone Dwelling House. Log Barn, and other oui'bul'dings; a Well uf exctllent naver failing wator convenient fo the dwelling, 4c. There U, also, on the premises, a-thriving young Apple^Orcburd. IT KRMS.—One-third of the purchase money to remain hi the laud durlngthe liietime of the Widow, the iuterest to be paid to ner semi-nnnnally; $2,500 in hand, and tne halance in two equal annual paym...

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Id=357 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

¦tTALUABLE FAEM AT PUBLIC |V SALB.—The ; undersigned, Esecntor of Mulachi Brind'e.lat" of St.Thomas township, dee'd, will offer at I'nblif Snlo. on Saturday, the lOtft day of Octob'r, next. THE MANSION FARM ot said decU situate I St. Thomax township. Franklin County Pa« about two miles South of the vilhige of St. Thomas, adjoining-lands of Wilson's heirs, Jlohn Miller and othf r*. containing 254 ACRES and allownnce of LIMESTONE LAND. This iforiu is eligibly skftated with a stream oi RUNNING WATERthrougkJSfiim! a NETER-FAlLING SPRING near the, house. The improvements consist at a Kirgc two-story Stone House, a Stone Bituk Barn, Wagin ihcd, Corn Crib and other necessary nut-" uihlings * . Also. t»o tenant Houses nnd ah Orchard of choico Fruit Treed, such as nppltM, 'pears, ptaches. cherries. Sc. I About fifcy acres are in good t{oil>er and abont fifty is Mcadiiw ground. - . ' I Any peraon wishing to view the prt-mlses before the Ua; of sale mill call on the subscriber residin...

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Id=325 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

nEGTSTEE'S^OTTOE.—All uer- JLV sons interested will please tnko notice, that the Mllnsvtng Aeroutitants have filed their Account)* in the RcgiKtor's Office of franklin county, and I tut thu nams will Iio presrnteil to theOrphans' Conrt for couflrmatl-'U, of Tuesday. Ihe 6th day of October next, nt the Conit Uouxo, in Chamberobiirg " : 3M. The first lii d final, Account of David Dicks, Executor of the latt will and teitament of John Costy, late of Antrim township, dee'd. 32<>. Tho Unit nnd flnnl Arennnt of DavM B. Tenley, Administrator of James Tenley,late of '"Vnrren township, dee'd. ; 327. The Brut and final Account of John 8. ?lmmorman nnii Jacob S. Zimmerman, Administrators of Jacob Zimmerman, dee'd. 323. Tie second Account of Samuel Ik andOeorce W. Drninhaitgh.'Aduiinistrators of the Estate' of Ji Beph Newman. dec v d, St3. The Srst and final Account of John C.R"tz. Administrator of David Rotz, late ofLnripm two- deed. sep 9 K. C. BOYD, Recistcr.

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Id=337 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

T7"XECUTOE'S NOTICE.—Notice T^ J l» hereby given that totters TostamenMry to tha fcssateof JohnTrltie, late of Quilford township, dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned, residing In eald township. ^^ All persons Indebted to tho said Estate, are reqnested to make Immediate payment, and those having clalmi or demands against the Estate of decedent will make known the tamo, without delay, to >°pt 16* ¦ HENRY TBITLB, E»ecntor. T^XECUTOE'S NOTICE.—Notice " " i i« horoby given that Letters Testamentary to the Estatfl'of John Mnlt, lateof Oreen township dee'd, have been granted to tho undersignedresMInc in «W *"PAll peisoBS knowing themselves Indebted toasld Es tato»re reqnested to make Immediate payment,'and those having claims, present them properly authenticated for settlement. . , •ept 18 JOHN TOtJSX, &"r.

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Id=339 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

l^cal Estate §b*U PUB LIC SALE.—There will be sold by Pnblic Sale, on tho premises in Green township, two miles ti. East of z3cotlaud, pa Tuesday, Glh of Octo-6er,18"3.tliefullowiug Heal Property. Into th&Estateof John Mull, dee'd. viz: A TRACT OF LAND, containing 5 ACRES. Ihe Improvements bonsist uf h two-storied Weatherboarded HOUSE. Frame Stable, and all the necessary out-buildings. There (s a Well of excellent Water on the premises, and an ORCHARD of choice Fruit. AI.vi.nt Jhn same time will l» sold, a general assortment or HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEX FIMN1TUKE,consist-Ing of Beds Bedding, nmi Bedsteads, Uareiuu. Tables, ChKirSjf.'heiits.Stoves, Ul:us Chioa. QueensandCrockerj Ware. Kettlesj Pots, Vans, an' nu«ny e other articles nut enumerated. AUo . l TUN OF HAY. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, when the terms ' will he rande kno'vn by [neptltt*} - JOHN YOST, Eat'r. Cuistiax SPITAL-Aoctioneer.

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Id=359 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

T7ALUABLE MILL PEOPEETY T FOll SALB .—Tne subscriber Hesiring to retire fromlmsiness,oilers at privatesale his VALUhBLE MILL Property, situate on the Ctsnt-cocheagne Treek. at Scotland.fl"e miles North of Chnmbersbnrs. The Mill hits throo run ot Burrs and is in good order for home und merchant work. It Js Kittiated in one'of the best grain growing regions of Southern Pennsylvania, and convenient to churches and schools. There are about seventeen Acrei of land connected with the Mill, nearly all cleared and good Sleaifow Lundand utnlor good fence. A large two-story Weathcrbiianled DWELLING HOUSE and other out buildings, und considerable, froitare on the property. Tin price asked is $$.000. wliilo tho nett e*rnin-s of the mill (hiring the last year wan nbove$700. Foriwrticulars apply tothe sub.'crilier i eslding on tne premises. JOHN SLEICUTER. nngW-tf

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Id=358 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

VALUABLE STEAM TANNEEY F0II SALE.—The undersigned will sell at Private Saie,his TANNERY.known as tho CornerTannery.wtth steam and water-pt>*br. SawMill, (Jhoii|iing MHI, Stocks lor breaking hidea, icl The Tannery has 8 leeches. 31 vats, 2 limes and BUtex-pooL. und is capable of tanning 800 heavy hides a year. There are two Lot; Dwelling Houses. Barn. Stable and -other necessary out build ngs connected with the Tannery, nnd about 6u AcrescIeaaed, with good frnit. He will sell any quantity of laud with the Tannery, from 100 to "(10 Acres. O>er 800 Acre*wc Timber,nnd an ample supply of '(hesnnt Onk Bark to nm the Taum-ry for fltty years. It is situated iibunt 7 milM Snoth-wcst of Merceisbnrg, on "Licking Creek. Terms madeeisy. Possession willbe given this fall If necessary.'. For further particubirs addreW the underslgned.at Mercersburg, Fr.iiiklin county,Pn. hue 12, 83tf O. METCALF. \

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Id=319 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 23 September 1863

A DMTNTSTRATOftS'"Nr>TT<TR — l\ Notice in herebygiven that Letters of Administration on the EBtate ot James Kirkpatrick, lute nf-Fiuinrtt township; dee'd, have been granted to the tladvrsigned, residing in said township. All persons knowing themselves indebted to snltfEstn 'e will please make immediate.paymentand thOBe hnvini: clilnu present them properly, anthentlca ' ted for i«ttlemont. ^ WILLIAN HEBRON, ) I' , sept 9-6t« WM. Q. KIRKPATRICK, f Allm rs -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

JtaalJm Wimtftoh LOCAL ITEMS TlIB DIFFICULTY AT WAYNESBOBO.-T! Hei.uqimrtf.rs 1st Battalias 22i> Pjl. CyK,\ . Camp uoar Wayncaboro. Sept.21,1833.1 , Editor.^ f tic Franklin llcpmilorg:—Seeing anartfeleinyowpap.cr to which I deem Hmydutjyto: ¦reply, r hope you will give mo space -in roar pol-Jtnins to make an explanation. On tho evening of September2lst, I returned to this place late in! the *v-entnefmm Grecncas tie. where Ihad been ail-day ¦*j,d«ty, Ou tny arrlral, Efonnd in progress a political lnceting, and havinjrat present no roico! politically—not having tho right of suffrage—I deemed 5t prudontnot to attend. After having my horse •oiweH for, I, 'accompanied by a gentleman of jthe ¦town, walked to the further end of town, where wo -remained some time, and returned to tho hotel. I supposed at that time tho mooting was almost over. I »tcppcd into the. parlor of the hotol and fojand j^uite an agreeable company of ladies and gentle¬ men, with whom X was enjoying my...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

PHILADELPHIA A elance at tbe tenders of the Context at 1860 and of the Contest of 1863—Political Cbnnges in favor of the t!n» ion Cnnsc—Prominent Democrats in every port of the State supporting Cnrtln. Kdltorl.il Correspondence of The Repository. | Philadelphia, September 28,1863. The shifting scenes in the political woild are worthy of note in this vital struggle "for loyal supremacy in 1 Pennsylvania. Is I860 I bore some humble part in the canvass that brought Andrew <}. Curtin into the Gubernatorial Chair of this State, and Abraiiam!Lincoln into the Presidency. It was my lot to #?and at the political helm and by sleepless vigilance guard against the strategy and assaults of the foe.. When I now look out upon ^ the present, so fraught with momentous issues to the loyal cause, and then turn back to the struggle of three years ago: recall the; giants who then confronted us in the n&meof Democracy, and glance at their respective positions in the present -contes...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

"VEW YORK A Day ' s Shopping on Broadway—"te Maltton dc Violet 7 ' —A Lesson in 1'reneh ' Pronunciation—Stewar.t' s-4 Shipwrecked Correspondent, 3* c . Correjpomleuco of The Franklin Repository. New York, September 28, 1863. Mr. Editor :—The present letter is calculated to teach a great moral lesson, and is intended particularly for the. ladies. May they read, reflect, repent and reform. I propose to givo a careful history of one whole day's shopping—real woman's shopping—on Broadway. Permit me to ' pluck a quill from a Canary's wing, wherewith to write the dainty/fvords. . „ It was" nine o'clock, a.m;, 'and a beautiful, bright morning, when accompanied by a lady friend, I started out to attend to a few litfln commissions fnr snmn friends in tho country. We first went to the "Maison dt violet," to get some of' Jouvin's gloves—(mind you must call it "Maysong duh veeolay," and Jouvinyou must call "Jewvang.") After submitting to a number of questions, such ' as, '-Is zo feengar...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

BB1EF WAR ITEMS. Gen\5<:ott still walks erect and enjoys good health. JHe. is writing without -the aid of spectacled a history-of his campaigns. . Seven deserters substitutes were shot in tho Army of} the Potomac last week. Prompt punishment awaits this class of desertors, without any hope of pardon. The expedition sentfrom Natchez to Alexandria, under Gen. Crider, succeeded in destroying all the works at the last named place, and:captared several cannon. A list of all officers who are deserters from the ;army will soon be published, with their dismissal) from the service. The list is formidable iind disgraceful.' , Brig. |Gen. Fitz Hency Warren has been ordered {to report-to Major-General ' Banks, and wilj leave for New Orleans after a ten days jleave just granted him has expired. ' The steamer Marcella was recently captured ;by gierillas, on the Mississippi river.— Thr.ee m litia men going home on a furlough, and who were taken with theboat, wero murdered in cold bl...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Burglart.—On Saturdijy night last, says the Shippensburg News, Ki'lk'r"s Drug Store Was entered by some persons, and a money drawer with all its contents taken. Fortunately the drawer contained but a small sum of money. i V On the same night the cellar of the "Traveler's Rest" Hotel wa3 entered, and a keg of whitky taken therefrom.. The supposition is that the same persons were the perpetrators of these several acts, and that they were in search of " something to drjnk," which they finally obtained in the celliir, referred to7 Testimonial to Gen. Smith.—The ladies of Carlisle have raised a handsome sum of money for the purpose of presenting a suitable testimonial to G<n. Smith, for his gallantry in defending that] place against the rebel attack on the 1st of July last. The gifts are a beautifully chased solid sily<r pitchor, with-an appropriate inscription, and an exquisitely painted photograph of himself. Killed. —Capt. A. J. Stevens, nephew of Hon. Thaddeus Ste...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Sing ! . Fob thk Pride of^thb Tyraitt i» Broken !—These are the jubilant words witi which the Knoxville Bulletin announces tbe deliverance of East Tennessee from Rebel rule. ^ It adds: "Vindicated and avenged, our people stand to-day under the old flag of their fathers borne into their midst by one worthy to be their deliverer, the chivalrous hero of Newbern. The symbols of rebellion are gdn^, the idols * of the temple of Baal are broken, and the false gods our peoplo so,gloriously,refused to bow down and worship, have bees removed from our sight forever The world's history cannot, welionestly believeshow a counterpart to the scenes our city has witnessed during the last two days. Hen, women and even prattling babes, hailed tho old flag with such emotions as made it apparent to every one of the gallant army of our de liver,ers,. that here in East Tennessee had been the home of such deep and fervent patriotism as brightened and made glorious the annals of our revolution. Such pat...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 30 September 1863

Child Btjbskd ¦ to DeXth.—On Saturday afternoon; Mrs: Simmers, who resides on Catharine struet, had Occasion to leave her yard, where she had a 1 ! fire burning, on an errand to a nei ghboryi leaving a child about five years old there-Juntil her return. Mr. Byprs, a neighbor, .alarmed by tho child's screams, proceeded-id the yard and found it enveloped in a [ sheet of flame: With much difficulty he si^ccbeded in extinguishing it, burning himse}f seVerely in his humane efforts. The little 1 ; sufferer lingered until Sunday morning, experiencing intolerable agony, when death camo to its relief. It is not Known how the flic was communicated, to the child's clothes, j ¦ - .Postal.—According to jthe new postage law, "which went into opefution on the 1st of Jul y last, postage on alljmail matter, and box rents, arc required to Be paid quarterly in advance. 4 The quarters Commence on the 1st day.of. January? April, iJuly, and Octpr her., Post Master Deal giv,es notice'that on arid afte...

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