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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
liestautanfs T3RAKEZXS HALL RESTAUR-¦JC.AST'-MARTIN BHOWN, Pronrieton This welltnovm Eating Saloon is lltted up lu slegant styfo, anil file undensfghed Is peei>ured to serve up VRKSH OYSTiinS,FI8H, V«UOS,.Tlt(i% CHICKENS, ' TUSTIB nnd TjiAM 8OT.P, nnd Qatne of all klAOs. ' . .: wasuabacou's asdluwvi^sai*, - . = eoiMtantly on baud. ¦ ¦ , , .-¦ ' tie reupxtfnTly asks a continuance of the p*tron»g« so liberally ijestowed bt hi&fricnd»aml thepuWie ^ JniiBlT.'ffl. MAUTIN BB0WN. 3
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
pARTNEKSHIP.—Notice is bcre-X by 8 lv»n that the anderslgned nave fcrrniod »p»rtinjrshipuuaerthenameaudstyloof Ueysor iCreoslef, »ud Will cany; on the buclness ofDrugpsts nttdftwell known stand of VVm. Heysor, Jr., cor. Jfain and CJuueti St», where they will bo glad td supply the public wlih Pure Drugs ut tuo lowost prircn. ' ' r_ WJT-UKtSBE,ar, Cliamb'g Sept U,1863.-it. CUAS. K. C11E-- SLE8.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
3Stugss, $8UWint%. $st "VTIXON'S COLUMN. JL ^ At no time since the .commenctnenti of Nix on 'a Drug Store, has there heen so FULL AND COMPLETE A STQ£K of Fresh and PERFECTLY RELIABLE MEDICI2*ES To offer to those who are so unfortunate as to he compelled to indulge in Bach luxuries. Tho fact is, that unless there are targe and rapid sales, no establishment uan supply its' customers with strictly fresh and reliable remedies, in theahaptfof Drugs and Chemicals. Time affects with much more rapidity many more arti-, cles in medicine than in any. ¦ other merchandise, hence the ne-\ cessity of rapid'ehango of stock to ' \ secure to the purohaser just what is wanted. NIXON is able, by-rapid ohanges in stock, always to present the very best to his customers^ He desires to beep tho above facts be¬ fore tho community, and to solicit a continuance of favors. In connection with his full stock of- DRUGS AND CHEMICALS b e offers a fall assortment of PATENT MEDICINES OP STANDABCCHAR A...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
i (Soal, iLumfeer, &t Q. A. DKITZ. ' TiJNCH M' DOWELL. DEITZ & M'BOWELL ¦WILL PAY TBE HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH FOB FLOUR, ? ' , • WHEAT , RYE, .— CORN, * OATS, . CLOVER SEED, TIMOTHY SEED, And all kinds of PRODUCE ALL KINDS OF salt; COAL, LUMBER, - ' CEMEN7, ' ' - PLASTER, • ' • AND SAND, FOR SALE, CH-EAP'FOK CASB AT. . ' ' DEITZ $ UrDOWELL'S WAREHOUSE AND COAL YARD, Near the Railroad Depot, ' C HAM BEES B V KG, ~P A. .AND ^ ;. On North Carlisle Street, GREENCASTLE, PENN'A June IT.'63.
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Wctk, plants an* Uines FRANKLIN NURSERY, CHAMBEBSBUKQ, JENXA The snbsoriber wonld Invite the attention of the public) to» vary fine aMortment of JruU »nd ornamental Treoi now ready for sile. - As nn inducement to plant APPLE TREES, I wtn pla«t f em at |25 per hundr«l (the selection left as much m possible to myself) from 5 to 7 feet high, and well formed. will further guarantee the growth of them, the porchiurer todig Ib«r holes and give the tree the after treatment that I tnny direct. ¦¦ • _ . APPLE TREES - From6to7feot high, 15 cts each. $12^0 par hundred. •Ito5feet m.vownselection.tlOper nnndred. Extra lar^ e, from 8 to 10 feet, 25 cts. each. ,; PEACH' TREES. A fins nssorrment of well grown healthy Peach Trees, Including all the late varieties , . 15 CENTS EACH, OR 18 PER HUNDRED. - " An extra lot Seedling Peach Trees, $5 per hundred CHERRY TREES.. Most of ihe lrading varieties now cultivated, and knows to do wellin this latitude—one year old—15 cents each, or $1.50 par doz...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
imetticot. "?lfo1?Di^^ Jf DISC'JVfiKV.—At the present time thoughtful juinils every whore are looking for the revelation of new end important discoveries in science, and when a theory i* presented claiming to have discovered new light and to have removed the veil of obscurity front a subject of the "highest, importance, upon which much has been r *xttten, tt is proper that the ctiiims of this theory be presented and carefully exaniiueu' and tested, which Is destined t^ trnnsctMid iu importance to suffering humanity, nil other, iliscnvoritB, tliu lightning rod and toletcRiph not excepteii.. We hold that Hie human system is but a galvanic arrangement, with its nchh and alkalies, constituting the positive and negative forces; and that every 'ttiental and"physical manifestation, either voluntary or iiiToluntary.is the result nf thin antagonism; thatdigestlon,circulation, secretion, and excretion ure wholly attrihntable to the law of elebtrical influences; that the nervefl.are the comi...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
IVfE W MEI!—COAL ! COAL XI LUMBER! LUMUERl-LKO: EBERT & SON, having purchased the Cual and Lumber Yard of George A. Doitz. will continue to car on the same bugirjess, and wlllttlwnys hnveon hand a large supply of Lumber and Con!. They will be prepared to fill all orders at the shortest notice. They respectlnlly solicit the patronage of the late firm and the public geuerally,an4nll who may desire Coal and Lumber to givB them acall, fdcllnif asaureil tbat no means will be spared to accommodate those on the most reasonable terms. ¦ June 17,'63-tf. LEO. EBERT 4 SON. ISoots anU Jpijocs. NE>Y. SHOE STORE.—Tho Sub-«crlber takes thia method, of Informing the citizens of Chninbershnrg and vicinity, 'that he has (list returned 'rom Phnadolphia with tin ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every variety, style and pattern, and of the best manofactnres. UohasnDoW i7>opA«p«-ionhund. His wholeBtock isnsio. Give him a call—yon can easily suit yourself lie Invites the...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
ECONOMY IS WEALTH! CDHB TODK CODGU 1»OK THIRTEEN CENTS. ¦The Best and Clieapext Hatiseliold Remedy in the World. ( MADiME ZADOC POUTER' " GEEAT COUGH REMEDY!! T Madame. Zadoc Porter's Curative Balsam in warranted ifnsed according to the directions, to enre in all cases.Cooghn. i'olds, Whooping Cough, Asthma, atidallaffectlonsoftheThroataud Lungs; ^ . ¦ Madame Zadoe Porter's Balsam ii prepared with all thVreanfstte care and ski II, from a -ombtnation of the beat remedies the vegetable kingdom affords. Its roratlinl qualities are based oa its power to asdlst the healthy and vigorous circulation of the Wood,-through the lungs. It is not a violent remedy, bat emollient, warming.searching snd effective; can be taken by the oldest person or youngest child. ; Madame Zadoc Porter's Balsam haabeenasedbytheptibllc for over 18 years and bm acquired Its present sales simply by being recommended 1>V those who have used it, to their afflicted friends snd ethers. , MOST IMPORTANT. Madam...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
3tnstwan« ERANKLIN INSURANCE COMPASY OF PHILADELPHIA, No.. 435 and 487 i. hestnut Street. Capital ; $400,000 00 Perpetual Proiuiums, 895,824 63 Ttnexpired Temporary Premiums 171,525 65 Surplus - * »g*,7ee il Total. ' . :.:.. Syffl3,U6 39 Statement of the Assets of the Company on January 1, 1908. First Hortgagw, amply secdred . ' $1,»93,B31'46 RealEstate,(presentvalue$138,322.«,).cosf 128,970 77 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Securities..... .-...- M . 625 »9 Stocks,' (present valne $08^85 IB,) cost 84,901 50 Notes and Bills receivable.... 1|M9 50 Cash — 75^312 03 i ' .$-^309,391 03 Advance in valne of Real Estate over cost, 9,351 70 Alliance in value of Stocks over cost • ' •• 15,473 66 Toial..- .'...- $2 j 3«2U6 39 ' K9- The ohly Profits from Premiums which this Com pany can divide by law, are from Bisks which have been determined. Extract from the (SutrUr of tht Ompany. "But the moneys received as premiums upon risks which remain undetermined, andare outstanding at the...
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
X? ELLIOTT, CLOTHIER, South JL? • ««< Corner o/ Ou DJAJfOiTO, next door to tbo Souk, CHAMBERSBUKO, has just returned from th» City with a large stock of sniierinr and seasonable tftwdi,such tm CtOTHS. CASSIMERES, SATINETTS, JEAN*, C0H03, &c, for Coats, ana VELVET*, SATINS, -M*.lWEILLE3.*itd other Vesting*. Al«o—a very fine selection of KEADY-MADK CLOTHING, which ho is prepared to Bell at the very lowest markit prices. CUSTOMER' WORK.—As he employs^ first-rato cut.' ter, ho . i« prepared to,inake up all kinds of Garment*. fcjrJIen and Jfoys,,to order, in the best styles. Satisf&Qtitin will bo gu-trnntepd. A largo assortment of Gestlemts's FcmtisniKa GooDb, euch us Shirts, Drawers, Collani. Handkerchiefs, Suspenders-Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,' ic, ic, always on fcaadv GivehlmacaUandsavomoney. ^ [Junel7,'63. JL - J- WHITE, Merchant Tailor. l_» -AM) DEALER IN READY-MADZ CLOTB-«;-<nrtSIE MADE}—CL TIIS, CASSIMERK9, ' VE TIN'S*. GENTLEMEN'S . ¦ FURNISHING G00...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
SADDLE- AND UABNESS MANtlFACTORY.—The undoralgniid would respectfully announce to his friends and the public generally, that he hn*»taken tho SADDLE AND UABNKSS SHOP formerly carried on by Slatthev Gillan, dec'd.OTi W£ST MARKET STREET, near Hie Cnnoaxhtagut Cretk, in the Borough of Chambenibnrgwhere., he manufactures Saddles. Bridles and Harness, and has constantly on band an excellent assortment of CollarsWhipsAc. Ho empluys 'nonfi but-the best of Workmen, and constructs all work from tbn best material. TRUNKS and VALISES constantly on hand, all of which will besold us cheap as the cheapest. A contiuuanre of the former.patrunnge (if the shop is moijt respectfully solicited. Jnnel7,63 JAMES B. GILL AN TTTHIPS ! WHIPS ! WHIPS !—Vi WiuiAJt SBttUro 4 Sos, corner of Main and Washington Streets, Chauibersbnrg. lj*a., manufacturers of all kinds ot WHIPS, such' as Wagon. Carriage and Riding.Whips of varimis sizes and of snperior quality, •which they offer, to the public, either by Whol...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
ILincs of Ctabel PE NKSYLyAiriARAIL ROAD StTMilER : TIME TABLE. Five, Trains Daily •a and from Philcult tphia, on and after MONDAY ¦dP#/£20(A,166S. . , The Vassenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company wilt depart from and arrive at Harrteburg and Philadelphia as follows: EASTWARD. THBOUGIt EXPRESS. TRAIN loaves Harriitrarg dully at 2.00 A. a., and arriveB at West Phihtdelphia at 6.10 a.m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisbnrg daily (excopt Monday) nt6.45 *. M-, and arrives at West ' liibwelphla at 9.55 A.M. Passengers tak« breakfast at LaLcaster. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves narrisburgat 7.00 4. a, and arrives at West. Fhiladelphia it K.25 P. MFAST MAIL TRAIN le?ive» Harrisburg.daily foxcept Sunday) at 1.00 P. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 P. M. HARRISllURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Columbialeaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p/ir.; and arrives at We«tPhiladol»hm at 9.30 p.«. " WESTWARD. BALTIMORE EXP11K3S TRAINS loaves ITarrlsbnrg daily (except Monday) at 2.0...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILV/A.Y I—SUMMER TIME TABLE. Three trains" dally tu and fron Baltimore and Washiugtou City. Connections made with trains on Pennsylvuiia Kailroad, tn and from Pittabnrg «nd' the West. ,' - TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from tie North and Wost Branch Susqiiehanna, EUnlra, and all of Northern New York. ¦ . • . On and after ibnday, April 20th. 1863, tho Passengsr Trains of the Northern Central Railway- will arrive at and depart from U&rrisfiurg anil Baltimore us follows, viz: - . SOUTHWARD. ! MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday)., '. ;: 10.10 A. X. " leav.es HurriBburg "1.15 P. K «* ' . arrives at Baltimore.. " 6.35T. sr. EXPRESS .TRAIN leaves Snnbury daily , (except Sunday) 11.07 P. a. " leave's Harrisburg (except Monday) 2.00*. at, " arrives at Baltimore daily, > (except Monday) 0.15 A. II. HARRISBURtf ACCOMMODATION leaves Hiirrlsburg 6^0 a. V. NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Ualtlmore daily (ex-. '• capt Sunday) 9.15a.m. " leavesHarrisbuig ,...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
PIANOS ! ¦- . ¦ .. : B. A. M'CLUBE,,sole agent for the celebratetl DECKER.BROTHEBS' (NEW YORK.) PIANO. Pianos delivered, imdput op tn porfocf conditiun, in any part of the State, at i. FACTORY RETAIL FRI01S. ' All Instruments warraated for five years. . . - pianos from other-factories will be furnished, !fdesi>«4. . . ¦ ; Ji. A.licCLUKE, . • ; ' Jnne 17,'63.' Chamberaburg. Pa. PRIKJCE & CO.'S •: . ' . ¦ . - WELL KNOWW M^LODEONS ASD r^HARMONITJM^! introducing the effect of Pedal Bass on every Instrument. E;'.eABlEB'a unsurpassed/ PIANOS fer cash at:a,likeral deduction,or on Monthlylnstaloients. 49-Over30,900soldiaPhiladelphia; .. . :¦: JAilKS BELLAS' So'0 -*K«it» :ai9 »nd 38lSonth Fifth street,.above Bprnce at sep 16,63-Jy Pbilamwhu. EliEMM & BRCITHER,.. ' V.;-; hnpotten, ManMfa ' durettandWHoluaic-be'aleTt IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, .» . GEE20AN, FRENCH, AND r ITALlAN STKINGE, : Uo. 7O5.MABKfef STiDET . ' PBJLinttjBii. '-' ~ Order* csrefullr attended ; to, by...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
0 EAPE VINES.—Our Stock of ' DELAWARE, CONCORD. DIANA, HAKTFORD tmCCREVEIJNG ELSnJGBURG:H£RBEMENT, LOGON, TO KALON, tNION VILLAGE CTJYAH0GO, REBECCA. ANNA TAYLOR OR BULLITtana all the other leading, kinds, is unsurpassed anywhere in tbo country. • . ' t Parties wishin g to purchase, and who cannot visit oar grounds to examine Our vines aad vinej-ard, when all the above and many, other kimis.may be seen in frnit, would do well to send for our NEW PRICE LIST; which is sent to all appllcuntrtree of ch arga. ¦ " J. KNOX, ' sapt. 2-Sm. .. Box 155 Fituhnrc. Pa ja'BAWBEEEIBS!. O AUGUST ^ND SEPTEMBER ->. e good months for planting STBAWBERRIES. ;' - Qood plants of leading varieties WILSONrS ALBANY, - TBIOMPH DE OAND, HONEY'S SEEDLIIfG, elcl, r inb« had at tto Fraiiklin NurtericSj or by addressing tie undersigned by order. ^ JACOB HEYSER, - ang 19 . " - , " Agent.. ]W:0W READY.—Our new PRICE XX LIST of BTRAWBERBiES, BASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, CURRANTS, GOOSEBEKRIEg, GRAPE VINES, 4...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
1862. 18G8. \tfINTER ARRANGEMENT.— f CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAILROADS. ¦ CHANGE OF H0URS.^-0n *nd after Monday, November 17,1862, Passenger Trains will run daily, as tollows.(Snnilays oxecpted): FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HAR¬ RISBURG ; A.M.,. P.M. Leave Hngerstown T.OQ Z.4i"l '• Greencastle ~ 7-37 3.35) (¦ Arriveat 8J7 4.29 1 Cliambershurg + ' ¦ — ; —j (Leave at . 8^0 12.5fr Leaves S1iipppn»hnrg.... 9M 1.28 - " Neivville _ _ 9^2 2.00 •' Cnrlisle 10.10 - 2.42 " Mechanicsbarg 1042 3.12 Arrive at Harrfsburg . " .11.15 3.40. FOR CHAMBERSBURGAND * HAGERS TOWN. A.M.; P.M. Leaves IUrrlahnrK „ 8.05 ' 135 •' Mechanicsbnrg „ 8H7 2.15 '< CMltole 9.2T 2-55 ' " Newvillc 10.02 . 3.29 " Shlpp«n8burg ...50.33 4.00 Arrive at Chambersburg . . .....11.00 4.30 Leave rbambersburg _.11.10 . 4.40 " Greencastle. .11.55 6.30 Arrive at HarrUhnrg .12.35 6.10 ' 07- Making close connections at Hnrrlsbnrc with trains Tor Phlladolphin, New.York and Pittsburg; and with trains for all points West. O...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
$art>toate, Cutlers, $a HAEDAYARE! SMITH & RICHAKDSON, 611 Market St., Philadelphia. T. rMD. SMTH. ' ] CHA8.BJ0nAK . MO!!. The undersigned would respectfully ca'l tho attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their large and well'selected" stock of HARDWARE! Having madespecial arrangements for tie Kill Trait, we natter ourselves we can offer inducements to- 'purchasers that will fully remunerate the trouble of examiuing our stock. Wooskbut a trial, ts convince the Country- Trade, that we an) prepared to sell low and accommodate. , - Our stock of 2&6fe and Packtt Cutler)/ to nnnsnall . i large, selected with care, and including, a variety ofstjli that cannot but suit all tastes. We have constantly onlianda large Assortmanj of Building Hardware, Tooh, Cutlery, Files, Tool-Boxes, and Chests, Saddlers, • ; i ¦ and £hoemukera Toon., Screws, Halts, everything In short, pertaining to a first class Hardware Store. Particular attention paid to Conntry orders. It is our a...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
VTEW AIR LINE ROUTE.—Three ±J\ Traint Daily to New York and Philadelphia. On and after Monday, Ajtftl 20(A, 1863, the Passenger Trains will leave the philadelphiaaud Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,for New York and Philadelphia,as Follows, tI»j - ¦ ' EASTWARD. . EXPRESS LINE leaves H^rrlsburg at 2.15 A. >f.,on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the West,arriving in New York at 9.30 A. M™ nnd Philadelphia at S.20-A. M. A sleeping car Is attached to the train throngh from Pittsburg without change. MAIL TRAIN leaves narrisliurg at 8.00 A. M.,arrivlng in New York at 5.3U p. M., and f hiiado^phia at 1.50 P. M. FAST LINE leaves .Harrisburg at 2.00 p. x,, arriving in New York at 10.i5 p »„ and Philadelphia at 7.00 p.m. "WESTWARD. FAST LINE leaves.New York at 6,00 A. St., and Phlla lolphiaat8.15A. X.,arriving at Harriuburg at 1.15 P. H •¦MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12,00 noon, and Philadelphia at 3^0 P. M., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20 P.M. EXPRESS ...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY W. W. KNIGHT t SON, Importers and Dealers in > ¦ • AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN -. HABDlitfE, . 509 Commerce Street, ' ' ¦ Between 5th and 6th and Market and Arch St» Philadelphia. aug.5, 'B3.tr/ SHOEMAKERS ATTENTION.-^- 3 We have always on hand, Shoe Thread, Lasts, Boot Trees, Leathers, Shoe Irons, Ac, &c.— Jnne 17, '63. MYERS & PR AN P. MYERS-& BRAND are constantly receiving fresh Hardware, to which they infito the attention o) the public. We have a largo stock ot Nails and Iron, which we offer nt reduced prices. ,A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP J\. BUILDING MATERIALS, such as ffingM, Bolts, Strews, Locks, Glass, Patty, Ac. *- ¦ _^ MTEBS & BKAND.. OILS AND PAINTS—^est Buck Head, White Lead, Linseed Oil, and all kinds o colors, at the luweat-oush prices. MYEKS & BKAKO. A LARGE STOCK OF CEDAE WARE, Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Baskets, Water t,au», *c. MYEB>i BRAND.