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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
qpREES! T E E E S!!—WILSON-1 VILLE NTIRSERYr Adamaqo., Pa.-BURBLHOLDElt & WILSON, Proprietor"; • \. FRUIT AND ORN AMENTAI. TREES, of thrifty growth and fine assortment of varieties, l^r sale this Fall, and next Spring. Persons desirous of purchasing will call on our A#>nt, J. F. CROFT, Chafc bersburg, Franklin Co, Pa. 40,000 APPLE-TREES, F.our years old, very strong and healthy. 20,000 PEACII TREES. 1,2, and 3 years, very fine. Also, Standard bad Dwarf " PEAK, AND FEUM TREES, 1.000 CHERRY TREES, Of the following kinds: Cumberland, Triomph, Black Eagle. Black Tartarian, Elton. Gov. Wood, Yellow 8pa»- lull, and GreHt bignrreau. . -i 10,000 GOOSEBERRIES, . " . Houghtou and Ohio Seedlings. :" RASPBERRIES, • ¦ ¦ ' ¦ BLACKBERRIES, - STRAWBERRIKS. ¦ - - - ¦ • CURRANTS. - - ROSE STOCKS. ,. HARDY NATIVE GRAPE VINES : We offer very strong plants of Anna, Clinton, Catawba, Concord. Delaware, Diana, Oporto, Maxatawney, llnrt-Ibrd Prolific Imbe ' Ua,Rebecca, Taylor, Cuyuhoga, ...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
<£Iotf)ittg. ..1863. < ' " ' . 18C3. /^LOTHtJK? EMPORIUM; \J f&ankltn hotel nini.Bryagomm. og -WEST MARKET 6THEBT and the DIAMOND, CHAH. BF.IISBUKG. Pa. JOHM1' H05KIN3OX, Proprietor. The undersigned gives aotiro to h(> le?ton ofgenerous natrons »r)i to the public gf nerall j, that ho has nowon ti»n<l, airt oITern to purchasers, for cask, the terjm and nuwiattraefiM stork of ' ^ „ ' READT-MADE CLOTHING^- •rth« Spvinjtawl gnmniefse.woM, ever presented In thi« nlaco. Hi» innS.esWI'lisliort character for selling Cl.ithFns iuwnrpaBsed m Style, Finish sad -Parahi'lty he i* determlued to maintainana making hta purchases in the E.vtom Cities this seaion, at the propitious time, enables him to oiler his patrons garments at prices cheaper thin tliochi.ipest. Hem-ikes these statements fa n»b" I»t'nS orTaln TOTit.bat asks a discriminating pnbBe to Rite Mm a caltfand ilecido fyr themselves who. In thetriule in this sectionoffers the best Inducomen's to pur...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
ILtncs of Ctabel T> EADING RAIL ROAD.—SUMr\f MER ARRANGEMENT. UKEAT TRUNK LINK from the North and Sortnwest for Philadelphia. New York, Rending, PottsviUe, Lebanon, Allentown. Easton, 4c. ic. / Trains leave Harrisburg tor Philadelphia] New York, Reading, Pottsvllle, and all taormediata stafloba at 8.00 A.M ,aud2.00 P.M. Siw York Express leaves Harrisburg. at2.15 A.M., arriving at New York at 9.15 the same morning.' Fares from Harrisburg: To New York $5.15;. to Philadelphia $355 and $2.80. Baggage checked through. Returning, leave New York at 0 a. X.. 12 Soon, and 7p. b.. (Pittaborg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M.,and S.SO p. M. Sieepingcars in the Now fork Express Trains through to and from Pittshurgwitbon ' tchange Paraengera by theCafawUsa Railroad leave Tsmaque at 8.50 k.u., and 2.15 p. if, tor Philadelphia. New York, and all Way Points. Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. M.,and 2 30 p. H.. for Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York. An Accommodation Passen...
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Musical. : ASO^X Bt AJtLIN ^r^^ . . CABINET OROAN^ B, » WlTH ONE OS TWO SETSOI 1 KEEBSi . Containing the ATJT0MATI0 SWELL, DOUBLE BELLOWS, KSEBSTOP, AND COMBINATION VALYE. tffi, Every Instrument Warranted for livVYean. *Bl -, Pjuo»sraoji$70 - To$450. . U " The Cabinet Organ is the only instrument whlcij' coinblnes the requisites' , for church and parlor mmrie; for the schocl room and the social festival gathering. For while it possesses sufficient power for the accompaniment of o large chorusit is, from its capability *f all shades of expression, and ife wonderful aretcifuU, and diminuendo, most effective tu tt solo instrument. It is capable of orchestral effectsand rapid mustcat trills, arpeggios, etc. Prom its sustained tones, it bos a'decided advantage over tho-pinno-fort< ,ibr the rendering of many of the choicest morcosnx of the masten, anch as symphonies, quartettes, etc" ' R. A. McCLURE, Chambersbnrg, Pa. .. i General Agent for teansylvauts/ N. B. The undersigned wil...
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
1863. . 1808. "PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE P BAILBOAD.—This great line traversis (he North, orn and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city ofBria, on Lake Erie. '" It has bean leased by the Ptnntyivania Railroad Company, and udder their auspices is being rapidly opened throughout its entire length. It!» now in use for Passenger nnd Freight business tfbin Harrisburg to Driftwood. (2d Fork.)/177 miles) on the Eastern Division, and from Shofileld to Erie, (78 miles,)™ theWentorii Division. TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG. MAIL TRAIN loaves North 1.15 A.m EXPRKSS TRADf leaves North. :.. 3.00 A.a Caw run through wnaoni chasoe both ways on these trains between PbUadelphia asd Lock Haves, and botweenJlaltlmore and Lock Haven, Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express trainbotn wave. For information respecting Passenger business apply at the S. B- Corner 11th and Market Btceetty Philadelphia. And for Freight business of the Company'! Agents: S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. lUthand Market ...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
NEW HARDWARE STORE. L-B.EYSTBR would respectfully inform his friends, and tto. puMt generally, th&tin connection with his > - ^ KKROSENE OIL AND LAMP 8T0RE, ' he has commenced the HARDWARE business, at his new Store room, one door north of ol. Hubert Grocery. His stock consists in the following articled, viz : Building Hardware, Home Furnishing Goods, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools * Nails by the small or kez, '. FarmlDg t't-Daila, sneh as > | ¦ Shoves, ¦ fpades, tforks, " Potato Lifters, Scythes, etc,otc. Also, Glass, Paints, Benzole, i ' Linseed, Kerosena. and Lubricating Oils, Lamps of im discriptious, Chandilierg for Gae and Kerosene, . Fruit Jars, best quality, 4c, it. asr Agent for Sale of EVANS & WATSON'S Fire Proof ' Safes . [inly 29,'63-tf. '
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Sabtitofi, I^atnegs, &t SADDLERY! SADDLEEY!—Saddlea. Bridles,Harness, Collars . -Trunks, Yalises, 4c. Sign of the HORSE COLLAR. JBIUJMIAH OYSTEn respectfully returnsliU thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement received from tbtini heretofore, and he would invite them and the community generally, who may need any thing in hiB line, to give him a call at his OLD STAND, on the East side of Main Street, Cbaraliersburg, five diiors South of Huber & Tolbert'aHardware Store, where he keeps constantty on hand every variety of SADOLESY AND IIAUNKSSof hlsown Mannficture. and he is prepared tosell thosamoat tormstlmt defy competition. Kvery article offered for sale is warranted to be made of the beet material nnd by competent -workmen, wliich will be full j-demonstrated on an examination thereof. TRUNKS AND VAMfcES Ho would also call the attention of persons wanting a goodneat, cheap snd Buhstaufal Trunk or ValUe, to his assortment. June IT, '63.
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
-VTEWTOBACqO AND SE<JA$ X ™ STORE.—Ib the dtiiemaf Charnterdtirff and yifinay i- Th^nnderslgnedj havlngibeen tompelled to leave Virginia on account of his Union seBtlmentB, has come umoug you toostablfsnitloslneis hopirigf ; om his long, expprlence.and by close attention, ho will, meet with « generous rapport. His stock ' will consist of all ie bent brands ofTpBACCQ onaSEGABS whl«nbfl will Bellascneapascaubahadanywherelntown. Dontforget tho place, sigoorae -'littla Virginia niggdr," opipoBrte tfce Franklin Hotel, next door to Surjock'u Book 8to«i , South-east corner of tneDiamond. ' ¦ ¦ ' ' June 17,1863. . . C.H.BBpH.i
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
TWT E W DAIBY. —The subscriber 1* having opened a Dairy, upon his Psrinwonlij Inform tho citteens of Cbambersbufg that heia nrei»i^t b. ioinlsh them with pure fresh Mil? S StaiS ing to be rapplied wfflleave their n^nSana~S4 of renidencfr with Samuel Keisher. " -. J" 1 ^ 3 ,01 sept 23; • ' BASIBL BEISBEK.
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
The Spirit regrets to leaf n "that a number of soldiers attempted'to interrupt a Republican meeting at Waynesboro." - It's of no consequence, as,-Toots would ^ say—tfiey imitate their superiors and get a little fuddled, and having 7 taken on a few Democratic symptoms-they concluded to run the.machine for whiskey and copparhoads. ' When they. Jippeal from Philip drunk to Ptfuip sober,/^&ey may do better, j Let th.e,m vote —Mjwiow, Jolly ' and all, and we shall be content to abide th% issue. Butfvote sober, bclyR, atil keep Jolly frora^geltiiy; too jolly unt il election is over. L'sl the soldierStote ' ' TrafSpfTft'says "there .is no'3angef that Woodward will lead Pennsylvania into the Southern Confederacy." We rather.guess not' In(tbc first place Woodward TjbjS't exactly lead Pennsylvania, and in the s second place there will be ho "Southopsponfederacy" (as the rebellion is tenderly termed by the Sp,irit) to lead it into.- Hap;h' e> who moved Woodward's nomination,...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
REBEL WORDS OF CHEER FOR THE ¦ , ' . > ••: 1>E3IOCBACY. The Sp irit, the Affe and-the Patriot and Union, are no more interested in the success of. Judge Woodward .than are Jeff. Davis and the Richmond Enqw ' rer.' Let loyal men' read the fqllowing°frpm the organ of the rebel bogus government: , , i'rqm Tbe Richmond Enquirer, Sop ' t.'T. The success of the Democratic pm-f^-icould be Ho longer duiibiful shot/Id General Lee once won: advance on Meade. parties- in -the United States an; so nearly buluncbd that the least advantage thrown in favor i/( one will iTTsiirP" its success. Should the Ooni'edcrato farmv remain quiufcenton tlie banks of tho 'Kappiilmnnock; the boastful braggadocio of Yankee . reporM will\fe confirmed, and Lincol . n artd Hall"ck will point in triumph to tho crippled condition of the' Confederate army :is confirmation of the great victory won m Pennsylvania. The Democrats, unable, i to gainsay *uch evidence, will be eonstrainedHo wit'.'l- the....
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
'^nnilm ^tpM^: ' " gjEiAisarsfeBSBtria .G-.- ~ Wednesday Morning, Octt. 7,1863. ' • " - UJSflON STATE : TICKET. • ¦ '?- ¦ ' FOR GOVERNOR. •'¦ '¦' " ¦ ANDREW «. CWUTOr , Centre. ' ¦ FOR SUPREME JUDGE, "OA.NIWL ASKEW , Beaver. - UNION COUNTY TICKET. T.OTS. ASSEMBI/Ti; T. JEFFERSON Kllit.'Chambersbnrg. WlIiLIAM A. SBAY. i'ullon. " FOR. PROTHONOTABT, ' K. SHASXOX TAYiOtt, CliamVc FOB BEGISTEK AXD BECORBEE, 1 . HtEXttT STRICKIEU, Antrim. FOR CI.EKK OF . THE COtfRTS, WM. K. 3f ITCHELIi " . PonthamptoD. -»'• ' ^ JVR COTTSTT TREASOTVEK, ' JA&ES G. ELDER, St. Thomas. KOR COMMISSliSBK. . . i. HEMIY GOOD, Quiacy. - VVs, FOB DIRECTOR OF THE PO0&. JOHX D«EB3,KR, Chamber»bar S . FOB AUDITOR ' ,* TO, S. AMBERSOX, W&hington. *r . "VfE are compelled to omit several contributions' thife week,—among them- anj 'in-?ieresting letter froni Mercersburg. ;;. Wm. McClellan Esq.," will speak for 'the "Union ticket at the following named p laces: : GREEXCASTLE, Wedn'y Evcn'g,Oct. 7tb...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
THE I>ltOURESS OF TIIE WAK. We give on the f|mt page of to-day's paper a ' map clearly- exhibiting the., vast achievements of tiie Union arms in the war for the preservation of the government.— When treason culminated in causeless,wicked-war, it held every Southern State but Delaware firmly in its grasp. Traitors—all Democrats of course—were in the Execu¬ tive chairs of all the Southern States, including Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri and Virginia, and they forced, in som£ irresnlar way, an ordinance of secession through either the. legislatures or packed conventions. Every State on the iiiap in black or shaded lines were at that time within the power and at" the mercy " of traitors, and had to be wrested by bloody battles from their fatal embrace. Thus started this war against the noulest and best government of* the world. Two years and a h.ilf of'confiict have criinfbned our history, and thousands have fallen martyrs to the cause of Freedom—murdered, by the lust of unh...
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
THE SITITATIOS = The aspect of affaire nt Chattanooga gradually improves as|autbentic accounts reach us. It is now clear that but for the unaccountable breaking of M'Cooks and Crittenden's commands in the ceritrej Gen. Rosecrans would have achieved . a decided victory. Tho unequal losses " show how bravely our troops defended the Old Flag. The Rebel loss is riot less than 20,000, while-the Union •loss is ascertained: to be 1,800 killed, 9.000 ¦pounded and-2':500 captured—in all about 13,000. " Our last advices assure us, that Rosccrans has an impregnable position ¦ at Chattanooga—that his flanks and lines of communication are . safely protected? and we know. that by this time he'is largely reinforced. We hazard little in assnm' ing that Rosecrans will, in a. very short t^rae be made strong enough to, advance against Bragg, andjpenetrateHo Rome and 'Atlanta, where a vital point of treason can ' 'be reached. We look for another battle, of the most decisive character, to he fou...
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
We have received The Mail, published at Hagerstown, by Mr. Daniel Dechert, formet-ly of this place. He was its publisher when the war broke out, but he seemed to have an ungovernable taste ' for playing, traitor, and he was arrested and finajiy driven out .of the Union lines. ' He has re-; turned and revived the Mail, and we naturally turned to the editorial columns to find! some evidenceof his devotion to the government. The only artiple on. the subject is the following: - ,, '.- "We have ao apology tp.offer, jn resuming, the publicatiom of the Hagerstown Mail. It is our right to do so. Par a period of thirtyflye Vears the Mail had becu one W the permanent-fixtures of "Washington county. Its suspension has,been' souiewhat prolonged. It was not our fault. 'Its 'weekly visits denied to many a family circle for the past sixteen months, isnbwoneu more r^umed, with the earnest hope' that it will Dot soon again to interrupted." in —As we now have an opportunity^ - half .of the peop...
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
OltKSTOWX HEAB» FROM AT LAST. Orrstowa cannot bfecallcd famous either in history or in song. She was not born great, neither has she had greatness imposed upon her, nor yet has she forged greatness out of stubborn circumstances byj the mighty power of her own inherent energy. Nevertheless, Orrstowii is hot without a history; a history 'tis trup which the envy and unkindness of- other towns,-.possessing far less merit than herself, have always1 labored to disparage and obscure., but which the honest journalist, as a faithful chronicler of event3 ''just as-he finds them," dare riot ignore or despise. , ! : Years ago, when the rest of mankind in the bigotry and blindness of their hearts and eyes, and with a pigheadedness unparalleled, persisted in reading the signs of the times forward and declaring that the world was progressive, Orrstown. the only luminous spot amid the nebulous obscurity, with pro phetic perspicacity and clearness, maintamed that history must, be read backward a...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
LOOK TO THE LEGISLATriKE It; is of the Grs. importance that the Union candidates for Assembly should be chosenj ami a full voto and faithful support of our candidates will insure their succcess. If the Democrats had been in power in the legislature wlien the rebellion broke out, not a dollar of money nor a man would have been voted to defend our State from invasion and pyuntain our Nationality. When the bill -passed to make nil ' appropriation to organize the Beserve Corps;for State and National defence, every Democrat in tl e Senate, and all but one in the House, voted against every section ot the bill. In the Senate the b .ill was on final passage when the rebel cannon were thundering against Sumter, yet every Democrat voted against providing either men or money to protect our homes and aid in preserving the "Re-; public Lieutenant Nill, the Union candidate of Franklin, is a gentleman of blameless char^ acter, and eminent fitness to make an intelligent, efficient and fai...