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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
SKIRTS ! SKIKTS!! SKIRTS!!! M. A. JONES' CELEBRATED « NE PLU3! ULTRA" SKIRJ, SOLD OSIT AT " ' No.l7NOBTH8thSt., PHILADELPHIA. Skirts of all lengths, and any size waist made to order, and sntisfHctinn guarntnfeed. t Ladies, Misses and Children's Skirts of every she and tthnpe, constantly on hand. ^ Event Skirt warranted for Six Months. KEAD»HO\V WE DO BUSINESS. We do no(maks an? cheap tkirts inthecummon accln tatlon of the term, but wo umko THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS MADE, • bncuuse w« muku THE BEST AND DEFT COMPETITION We warrant every skirt we soil to be uxactly as represented. We nmko all wo Bell, ami knowing how thry lire made we guarantee them with full confidence. // we stll a bad sf. irt we will exchangr it for anew ontand if they gel out of order or break within tix monllis, we will repair tlietn free of Charge. We moau to gi?o our customers full satisfaction, but we cannot do so and compete with the low priced auction guilds. Wedopeud entirely upon " the superiority of tho good...
Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Big antr J^anfg ©ooifs. FROM NEW YORK AUCTIONS! ! AT WALLACE'S, CORNER OF MAIN AXD QUEEN STREETS. Sew style Mosumbiqucs, Duma chene Plaid, , Tn-ii>«d Jlosambiques for travelling dresses, Suporitir Muslin Delaines In colors, Culorcd LnwusiindCnipCile Pany, liluck Silk, superior quality. ^uperi ur Liyons lladzeiuer Silks, (snblitne quality,) A large lot of Linen Cambrjc Hantlkerchiefs, ' A large lut of Irish Linen, , ' Jacunet Collars, new style, , 8W Dur.ens '^odies. Misses and Men's Cotton Hoaej White Linen aud Cotton Duck, Snperit»r French UoeskinJ bnpeiior solid color Pointllle Fig Silks, : v Snji-riur Orey Leonoras, Superiu Grey I'oplin, Best quality ( *rev Leonoras, ailte Neck Ties aid Culiam. L.ulicH ,inil Mi.ses 1 Fillet Mitts; ' Marseilles Vestings, Su)*v Lii'lios and Men«' KldGk.vos, ' ¦ ¦ Uunifsome ^tew style I'rints and (Unghams. ¦ i CAKPET8. " Brussels, Velvet, Three-ply (superior fine) and commor Carpet., Four-four five-four Cocna and Canton Matting, 4—I 5—I i...
Id=269 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
pHAIR AND CABINET MA3SU-\J PACTOKT.—The snbseriber. Infoi-ms the p»bli« that he continnps the manuEictnvpof thevurious nrtitlcs in his lino, at his factory upon Wrat Quee»Btti>et.a ftivr doors from Sinin. Ho has always on haml or Is pi qmeil to manufactnrt* upon tho shortest notice. Cafie B«^ttnm and Wind»irChuirs.with Plain nrd Cnrtnin BedrHmh, Pier nnd Curd Tnblte, Bureaus, \Vwh Stands anil BuoX Cises. ' , ¦ - TD11NING, In all its varieties, attenilrrl to wilh promptness and dMpa'cb- HOUSE PAIIjTINa, in »H it» branche ' n, ese nted uy competent hands. PAPER "HANGINU —Particular intention wiil_6» driven to this department nnd saiiafaction in every instance guaranteed. ¦ Uavfog employed a sofScient number of compefest hands, theundereig ^ ned feels assured of being enabled tv nil nil nnleriiu n worknwnlitomiinntr, und ri'Spetfiilly solicits the snme. If. A. UAZbLtT. JnnelT,IS63. CHEAP CHAIK AND CABINET V/AHK-TtOOyiS. —JOSIAir HcnOFlkLD. (Succjko- to John Crtt.) MAJiUVACTU...
Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Cftaits, Qtahmztzmim , &t TiAVID »• EIKER, XJNDEETAXJKEB, SECOND STREET. BHIWKEN MAS A*T. AND QUBMN, ,CHAM/!EhSHVJ!6 PA^ *tteud» to the Imsincss in all its various fcnuuhn. P*r* ticulnr attention paid to Laying oot. Dressing, ie. Having the advantage of a forge custom,nmi of baying nl» itock cheap for casi, be can furnish COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, at lower rattp thnn any other establishment Id town or county. He dues not as a Cbiir 5I»ter"n *er his service*, out ai an Uxdcrtaln of fiftien Jrarr" experimct in tht wwwMij. Persons requiring the services of an ITmk-rtaker for their families or frieu.ls, voslil tod it matetrally to their advantage lo glvi> bint a call. Ben also prepared to preserve l»»dte» dnriry tbeBUinrjjer months, any lenstn of time. HanBg pnrdiiwni Ot* exclusive right to nse ' Sniderjs Irnprorerf Methodof Covering Coffins? he is thcrobyenaWcd t, fnmiBh ft Buck Covkhkd Uomw at an exceedingly low tnSe. And .n!«u lutvitig a new on J elegant HE.4...
Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
( trHnitatumal T7AYETTEVILLB ACADEMY.— r The annual opening of Fsyetteviile Acndeniy will take place on Wcdnaday,SqptcniberWi, under the charge of Mr. A. E. Swikbey and Miss E. F. Swikkiy.,. of New Jersey. , j This Institution is incorporated and located in the vill age of Fayetteville, Franklin County, Pa., six miles from Chambersburg in a healthy part of the country and with magnificent Mountain scenery around it. ; It is the design of the Institution and will be the constant aim of theteachere to impart practical thoroughness in all branches oj Instruction. 1 The school year is divided into two sessions of twenty weeks each* The Fall session begins the second Wednesday in September and closes the fourih Tuesday in January, with a vacation of one "week at Christmas, The Spring session begins the first Wednesday in February »nd closes the 23d of Jane. TEEMS: For English branches ...._ ;.„..$ 8 00 Sciences and Higher Mathematics 12 00 For classical studies 15 00 Music tin Piano ...
Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
1863. 1S63. FALL , MIMJHEBY AND STBAW GOODS , I have the pleasure of informing roy customers and the public generally that I have now on handa full stock of JfALTi and WINTBR.G00DS, Including FRENCH PATTERN BONNETS, RIBBONS, SILKS, VELVETS, LACES, FBEKCH and AMERICAN FLOWERS,FEATHERS,&c. Also—STRAW, BEAVER and FELT HATS and Bonnets of the latest styles and designs. WILLIAM KRUSEN, • seDtl6-2m No.2l8ArchSt.,Phlladelphla. rpHE, PUBLIC ARE INFORMED jL'h&t we nuTe received onr first supply oi FALL audWINTERGOODSwhichweofferaslowaa tho market will afford. We intend during the continuance of the war excitement along our border to replenish our stock once a tnoath t Bell cheap as heretofore and thus offer Inducements to all who want any thing In our line to patronise us unsurpassed by an; other house in tho State. Our assortment comprises overy thing In the Dry Goods line. Milliners take notice that w« are now propared to sell Fall and and Winter Millinery at Phils. , d...
Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
KENNEDYS Medioal Dieeovery, Ayor's Saraaparitla, % 6eme'sCod Liver Oil, ' Lindsay's Blood Searcher, ' Stover's Bltfers Hostetter's Stomach Bittera, Evrain's Panacea, Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger, Holmbold's Extract Buchu,, ¦' Kadway's Medicines, ¦ ' Spalding's Throat Confections, Browns Troches, aud other reliable Medicines at SPANGLER 8. TV BEEDELMAjS" , \fm WHOLESALE GROCER, AND FRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT, No.703MARKEI&No.2XORTti7tn ST, PHILADA. Invites the attention of merchants to Us large and woll assorted stock of SugarsSyrupsTeasand Coffees all of which will be sold at lowest market rates. Country buyers and sellers will find It to their adnstags to give him a call.. - Price current* containing all the. varlotles of the market to be hud of S. 8. SHR70CK, Chambenbarg. ecnt.ia • " .
Id=241 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
riHAMBEKSBUKG SEMINARY \J FOR YOUNG -I,ADIE3.-»-The fall session has commenced, but boarders Can enter at any time, and will bu charged accordingly. There is room for twojmore girders only. Day-scholars, entering the first! or second week in October, will be charged for four-fifths of a session. Those who commence shortly may notlbe too lute for the new studies of the session. A large attendance. both in the primary and academical department*, give-" evidence of an interest in the school not surpassed m any former period. Miss 8. II.Curtis, assistant in tlie bigherdepartment, bears testimonials of faer eminent fitness toinstrnct in thehiglierbranches, from aSeminmy in the West, where she taught for several iyears. The primary department is chiefly under the care of Miss C. B. Moxey, the effects of whose energy and efficiency appear in the flourishing condition of tho department. Miss Z. C. Se Forest is well known as an able and experienced teacher of muffle. . i TUITION.—From $8 t...
Id=274 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
TT7ATCHES, JEWELEY Vy - AND SHYER-WARE. The underjlgned vronld respectfully invite your attention to his well selected stock of Jine GoM and Silver WATCHES, Jine Gold- JEWELliY, bfr'every kind and variety of styles—comprising-flll of the' nevat and most Ilso 1 SOUD 8ttYEB-WARE,«jt«ii to Cain—and the best make of Slher-Plated Ware. Each article is warranted to bS as represented, i JS" Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired «aa satisftMlon guaranteed. ' JACOB HABLEY, ¦ CSdccg'sot to Stanffer £ Harley,) BepB-Sm No.022 Mnrket Btrtet. Philadelphia. TTENRY HAKPER, \ mt t~t No. 620 ARCH STREET, pHItABELPIfJA, -*-*• - ha»alwajs«h>rwvstockof ^ WATCHES, ftr Ladies and Gontlemon-in GoM and m lws JEWBt&Y,Of the most W'f ^ ' BOUD BTLVER-^r AM, in great variety, oao ROGER'S Superior Plated. Spool]', Forks, etc, etc. .BSpt.WMm '¦ ' . i
Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
"\TBW CABINET-AVABE BOOMS. J.3J Ibe undersigned rfspeclful j aminimrrt-s to «b«- citii»nsof Cnamheisbnrg nnd vlcluit y,ti.a' t l,e l,»j tHUf o> the Booms Imniediateiy'Hdjoim 'ng the office otSr. Sunaerott,onMoiustreek,wherohe iuleuds to oiaunthcUu * -every discriptlon oi CABINET-WAKE, Such as Sotis, Parlor Tublea, Common Enreans. \»«rdtob«, JJrcakfaat do. Drewiuii do. now Btyle, Dining do. - Sato. Sinks, : ' Lounges, Book Cases, \\ nsh Stuinb, Booking Chairs, Sfcietarits. Beilstends,4e. Fine Par. rlo. l.'k'thes ttirae, bow stylo. AUwork constructed by him is warranted, from. th» fln««t So& tljim to thu most conmx>s vmvk. COFFINS. . Ptirticnlnr attention will be givon to the mnkiaft ot Cunins of any desired style—Cloth. SVRlnnt or Cherry. ' nS%-J!ein<Miilw, whan vna 1/uy your Furniture /haa DAYID W. QBUSSHAN, you Me getting the lMe9*>tyl» .sndibebesinJ'worlt. - June 17.1863. DAVID W. OP.OS351 AJf.
Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
riHAMBEESBURG- ACADEMY; ^ V KSHTTED AND REORGANIZED. ill open its. fall \erm on Monday, ¦ September "th. Large additions have huen made to Mb already extensive apparatus, a full and efficient corpB of teachers has bcrii employed arid no paine o\expensespared to render our» oneof the first institutionwrf learning in the country. I'orticnlnr attention paid to Teachers and young men preparing for College. \ \ A Primary Department for tittle Boys and Olrls will bo opened in th« Academy undftr cbargeof Miss Pchively, In which tho elements of Spelling, Bending, Writing. Arithmetic. Geography nndGraninar will be thoroughly taught. Tuition in this department, $3 per quarter. ForfurthcrparticularsBendfor circular; or apply to the Principal. i FACULTY. . J.K. KrsHBJ, Principal. ' J A.OvkbfieUi, A.B., Latin and H. English. A. M. Trimmer, Commercial Department. Miss B.H.SravBiT, Music, Drawing and Priuclpnlof Primary Department. ' . '¦ . ' Chambersfiurg, aug. 12, '63 ^ ' t
Id=254 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
hotels TTTESTEEN HOTEL, West Market TI StXear ihe Bridge, ChambersburgEa. Tho «ubscrit>er would respectfully inform the Traveling community that he has purchased and takes possession of this Hotel. He hopes to mate it one of the most desirable places'for strangers and others to atop at that can be found in any country town. HIS TABLE win at all times be spread with the luxuries and substantiate of the season. HIS CHAMBERS are large, veil ventilated, and fitted np In modern stylo. HIS BAB will, bo well supplied with a Urge and choice selection of the very best liquors. U1S STABLE will always be provided with good wholesome provender for stock, aud attended by careful ostlers. No painswlll be spared to render entire satisfaction tc all his guests; and pleding himself to endeavor to please all, he solicits a liberal ahareof thepublic patronage. Jnne 17. '63. JOHN MILLER.
Id=250 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
TTEROSENE OIL. XV. WILLIAM GF.LWICKS, wnuitisalo and retail GROCER, onthn 'Diamond, Chamburg, Pav has bren appointed Agent for Kratiklin omnty of une of tholiojt KEUOSENE OIL COMPANIES in tin-Stiite. and will arfl OIL, WHOLESALE A.VD RETAIL aa low any Hou<e in I'ittuburif or IMiiliuleli.hia "Look to your interett huU buy your OIL where you get it the Cheapest. .Mid where it is always warranted to be the very first quality. ¦ "¦ fJulyi9,-B3-tf.
Id=309 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
?Soofe0j JDt&ttonem &c CJ S. SHRYOCK, O. BOOKSELLER & STATIONBB, Now occhpieshis New Store Kooh, and ia prepared to!transact basine» with greater facilities than eT ^\ BOOKS. School Books, Miscellaneous Books, Toy Book3, Law Books, Medical Books, Sunday School Books, MiUUryBook, . ^ ¦ " , A large assortment o£ Pooket and Family Bibles, BL^ NK BOOKS Of all size!, qualities and styles of binding. STATIONERY. A great variety of all kinds of Writingand Printing Papers, of French, English and American manufacture. Also, Envelopes of all sizeaahd qualities. Ink, Pens, Pencils, India Rubber, Tapes. Peals, Quills, Copy Books, Blotting Board, Knives, Erasers, Writinc Sand, io., Ice. GOLD PENS. The very best Gold Puss in the market,fully warranted, made by Leroy W. Fairehild, of N. Y. - BLIND PAPEB. A full variety of patterns and qualities. WALL PAPEK. Nearly Two Hundred differont'patteras,together with suitable Bttrderings, Plain, Velvet and Velvet Gllt ' PICT...
Id=277 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
MeM T> ALTMORE LOCK HOSPITAL X> DR. JOUXSOVthe . founder of this Celebrated Iu»iitatlv)tt,affHra the most certainspeeily, and nnly ¦effectual remedy in th<- w«rM f-« Uleets. Structures. Seminal Weakness Piin in tlie Loins, Constitutional Dc-WUty,In»pote«co, Weakness uf the Back ana Limbs. Affections ot the Kidney", Palpitation of tha Heart , Dyspepsia, Neivons IrritabilityDiseases of the Head, TUruat, XiM«orrUa; antlftll tuoae serioffa and melancholy Jordan nriring frora Jh« destructive Jialiits oi Youth, w;jlch destioy uoth tml ^ aB * nnnu. These ancret and joHtary practices are more.fatal to their victims «h*rc' the s •!»!? of tins Syrcua to the mariner Ulyostts . Wtchting thwr most biilliMit hopes, or acttcipatloas reaJoriag marriage, £c. impossible-. YOUNG MEN. roanj? 31ea especially, who Lave become thov!stlm« ofS.lit»ry Vice,that dreadful and Destructive habit •Thick aiiiiuiiHy sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of yoiiug'mo of the must exalted Me...
Id=280 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
ISetucal TO THE LADIES OF AMEEICA. -a-* - lyos's periodical drops, lyon's periodical drops, lyon's periodical drops, lyons periodical dkops, . the great female remedy the great female remedy ' the great female remedy! - the great female- remedy v lyo3ts, periodical drops '' lyons periodical drops lyon's periodical drops lYon'S periodical drops are better than pills 1 - are better than pills i ARE BEffTER THAN PILLS ( ARE BETTER THAN -PILLS 1 Lyon'a Periodical Drops are THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION ; THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION THE ONLY FLUID P . REPARATION ever brought Wore tb» public, and as a diuretic and specific fuf Irregulai-Uiea, cballonges 'he world to pro-j dnce ' an equal; they are, In the most obstinate-cases, ; RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD \ RELIABLE. AND SURE TO DO GOOD I RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD] BELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD j AND CANNOT DO HARM, . ! AND CANNOT DO HARM, ' AND CANNOT DO HARM, ' ; AND CANNOT DO HARM, . . ' : IF THE D...
Id=310 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
Bmmtcw Moutttg &%mm JOHJST M. POMEROY, ARVTJND NAVTAaENCT, 204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, • PHILADELPHIA. Tlie undersigned, having resigned his position us ISrymaater in the U. S.Army. has opened at No. SlOi SOOTH IfOTJKTH STM5KT, an AGENCY fOR PROCURING l'KNSIONS»nd £jr the collection of OfttckbS', SoidhsSS*, imd all otlier Claws against the Government., . 1 Mv long experience aa VayKiiister,haB given tne unusual ' facilities for becoming thoroughly acquainted with this bnslneaa in all its details. On the receipt, by mail, of » statement of the case of claimants, I Will forward the necessary papers for their signature. Personal attention will be given to the cases utWashIugti.tr. No charge unless successful, when Si will be charged for collecting all sums under &S0, and $10. on a(i Buma over that ambnnt and under $2i)0'. Lftrgei cltinis., taken on Kpccial arrangement, Feea in Pension Cases as fixed by lilW. . INFORMATION FOR AXD INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAIMANTS. All Sold...
Id=304 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
^Ijgstcians. ' . -' D R. A. R, SHAW returns his thanks to the citizens of Franklin county, for tbe liberal encourage' ment bestowed oil him the lant three year«. and invites those who have not made trial of HOMfUOPATIlY to d\so. tstnsullatirms free. AH curable cases can rely ftn\a mom speedy cure than under anyothersystem. Dr. S\ h.id romoveil to North Main rtre*L a short distance below the point, where Ik, can.be found read} to.attend to calls, either in town, or country, when not abtent on professional busimus. ; June IT. 1863. \ . - ' - nn. w. n. brow.v. | \ peop. t. walk.. BROWN & WALK^lectrical Thysiciam. Onlce In franklin Building, West Market StreetChanibersburg, Pa. \ , ' The above treats all Chronic Diseases by means) n. OALVANI8M and the dllTereut niudiflciiUohH of ELKCTR1C1T Y, a» discovered and taught by Prof. Uollaa. ¦ JnnelO,'XI-tf \ , ' T^R. JOHK MONTGOMERY will 1 / attend promptly to all calls In his line. b/Dce on Main stroet, next door to the Eagle Hote...
Id=286 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
A TTORNEY AT LAW.—WIL-/jL SON REILLT, Attorney at Law.—Office on Murk«t St..formerly occupied by Rellly 4 gb.r|i, directly opp site the Court House, Chambereburg, Pa. All legal business entrusted to him will recelro prompt attention. He willpractico in adjoining Counties. Junoli, 63. F. 8JSTPMIIMJGB.. JODSSIEWAKT. d(T|UMBATJGH & STEWART, At-Kj tnrnrys at Law. Chamberabnrg. Pa., give their undivided attention to the Practiceof their Profession. John Stewart agent for procuring Bounty Money, Pensionsand arrearages of l'ay. 4g-Office in the Town Hall. < June 17, 63. jp. M. & W. S. STENGER, Attor-JTT« neyt at Law, Chambersbnrg, Pa. Collections promptly, attended to. W. S. Stenger, District Attorney aud agent for proenring Pensions, Bounty Money and Arrears of Pay. Office in Franklin. Building 3d door from the corner. June 17. '63. WS. EVERETT, Attorney at Law. a Office in Mrs. Bard's dwellingt directly op)io-, site the C-mrt House, Chsmberstmrg, Pa. Will praMf...
Id=321 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 7 October 1863
iJuMicatwntf CAPITAL NEW BOOKS, \l JOS! l'BBLISHSD BY ^ JOHN BRADBUHN, (Succeuaor to M .D. DOOLADY), 4« _ W<dk«r Street, ( ¦>¦ ear Broadway), - '•'-'' ¦ ' .NEW YOBK aTY.,- ,. :, ::. 1EITK? FROM THE IttART OF AN AHMT SITRGEOS. by Doctor Tho» T.ELLIS,Late Post Surgeon »t New Yorkand Acting Medical Director at White Rons* Va. Cloth. 350 p»Kw - I'Suo. Price $1. A Libural Discount to the tinae. Kachcopy contains an aatogrnpbleHisrfrom Uonoral MvClellaa. DR. GUMSHN^'S i.KI>l,V XO BISHOP COLENSO. — Bishop -jColtnm fully Anttccrei: His Krrora refuteilandtlioMosaicauth-irsirui n ' the Pentateuch clear!v es, tablished. bythe , ev.Joliu fnmming. D.D.,lu« aeries of Lectures. Cloth. 271 pi>. !2mo. Price$l. THE ACTRESS IS HWlfLIFE, An Episodtin Winter Quarters, by n Lndy of Month Carolina. Cloth. 4ol pnees I2mo. $1.23. ADVENTURE BY SEJT AS» LAND OF THE COUNT DEGANAY; -Or. tie Deration and fidnlilyef Woman. An.Episode of tho Colonisation of • Canada. By U. Etni e ...