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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

.- Prom Ballon ' s Dollar Magazine-THE FALSE AND THE TKtJE: j ' .. . ob; ' . _ - ¦ ¦ - ' ' Annie Carlisle ' s Loves. ' BY EBLE DALLAS CHAPTER I. i, "6oa help thee then! ¦ , .» 111 see thy faco no more; ' Like water spilled upon the plain, Hot to be gathered; up again, I« tie old love I bore. " - Click! there was a sudden brook in the ra-Si , momentous hum of the .sewing-machim. rs. " Dana sitting by, fair of face ' and smooth Of tongue, panseil in the midst of her-re ^ tnarks to.4nquireivery innocently, "What is *he.matt?rj" " , - , ~ t „ " I baye-broken a needle," nnswered Annifc Carlisle as auietlv. She" suDDlied its Dlnce -with another, conscious that Mrs. Dana's cold blu6 eyes were watching her intently al 1 the -while,, with a transparent pretext of exV i <uniniii g the machine. - .' Perhaps she regarded its operator as something no'less " mechanical, a mere automaton, •destitute of the refined sensibilities and acute perceptions which are supposed to. belong o...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

Sot tho Franklin Repository, THE JTEW RECBI7IT The old Potomac iinny - t \ y - \ i ' ~ Hath a new reorait to-day{- < ¦ Tho' three score and ten rude wihters Have made his treps ' ea gray. { But throe score and ton rude winters Chill.not the love that yearns -' J?or the banner of his country Intheheartof old John Bums. •R-hft'tniahiUold soidfeVgtirments," ' r' -WtthfbrawbnttonasUaeloW Vs " How comes he forth, as once he went To &oe tho-British' foe. Io tho brave Potomac army On the battle-field he turns. And offers to its General . The soY-nee of John Burnt. Alono from oat the multitude - "Whose fieldi are traitors* proy. Exalted in his solitude Comes this old man and gray. The grand Potomac army, , In history's glowing page, ¦ . Paints many a wondrous battle scene To every gating age. And on its rolls is many a name, - Which death and danger spurns, Bnt none more bold than that man old, Tho new recruit. John Burns. Where muskets flash and cannons craih Where o...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

From tbn Pai Is Gnllgnirat.. A REMEDY FOB THE UIPTHEBIA. This affeo.tion,' which comprises those known under the various names of bad sore throat, angina, croup and the French anginc eouenveuse, hnshiterto been considered one of the most difficult to cure. We some time back gave aa account of Dr. Trideau's method, wnich consists in administering borax, under the form of a syrup; but we now find in the Revue Therapeutique, a paper by Dr. A. De Grand, Boulogne, Vice Consul at Havana, jir- which he mentions ice as an infallible specific. Ab this, from its extreme simplicity, would, if effective, be far superior to any yet tried, we cannot refrain from quoting the cases mentioned by the author. who had published this remedy as far back as February, 15.60, and consequentl y comr plains, (not without reason, if its efficacy is such as ho descibes it) of the inexcusable negligence of practitioners in not taking notice of it, thereb y allowing ,panny valuable lives to be lost; The « fol...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

General B. F. Bctlke, in his great speech at Oxford, Chester county, paid hi? respects.to the Copperheads who are perpetually grumbling about the denial of " frw speech", to tho traitors and their, abettors. Let them shoulder a-musket and . help ^ put down the rebellion, and free speech will soon be restored. The General said: '? It is complained that the President suspended the habeas coi-pits. Nov,; ' the suspension Of the habeas corpus is essentially 8 Democratic idea It never was recommended to be suspended'until by ' Thornns Jefferson, in the "Burr rebellion. Who actually di<3 suspend it? General' Jackson, and ho was a good Democrat. General Jnckson,,not only suspended it but arrested the offender and imprisoned the judge. [App lause,] The. suspension is therefore according to demo^i cratic practice.—But, without stopping to defend it on that ground, how can wo get rid of it 1 T5nd the rebellion. Do Hot interfere with-the government. If it is fueble, give it your str...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

.-Honesty.—A Quaker, once passing through a market, stopped at a stall and.iliquir.ed the price of citrons. " I have none," said the honest farmer, "that will suit you a, they are decayed, and tbeir flavor is gone;" . " -. ¦ .. " 7 '•Thank thee, friend, I will go to the next sWid-." •' " Hast thou good fruit, to-day _?" he saki to the dealer. •• ' ¦ ¦¦j ZJifa, "Yes, sir; here are some of tho " flneS^ nut-megs-of my garden. They are small, hnt rich of their kind. " , " Then canst tbott recommend them I" ' "Certainly, sir." . , • ¦; . "Very well,'I will take two." .. He carried-them home, and they proved not only unsound, but ' miserably 'tasteless. The next morning he went again tothesamc place. The man " who sold him tlie fruit th g previous day asked him if ho would have some more. " Nay, friend , thou hast deceived moonco and now, although thou maye3t speak tne truth, still I cannot tTust thee; but tny neighbor chose, to deal uprightly with mo, and. I shall heneeforth be his p...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

CharlesM. Beecheb, of tho Csttarauga* (N. Y.) Freeman has been drafted.' In announcing the fact, he says: Why should we mourn, conserjpted friends. Or quake at Draff* alarms 1 . <. 'Tin but the voice that Ah'ram sends " . To make u« shoulder nnos 1 , A clergyman recently exchanged carpet bags with a Copperhead orator at a; railroad station not many miles from Portland, and was horrified when he was preparing for services, to find a Copperhead oration * and a bottle of whiskey in his carpet bag instead' of his sermon. Probably tho other- man felt TC-nrsp. t.rmn hi> (MA. The question has been askod, why un considered impolite for gentlemen to gt) »a the presence of ladies in. their shirt sleeves; while it is considered in every way correct for the Indies themse%»s to 'appear before gentlemen without any " sleeves. . ' . :¦• Mas nnd wife are like a pair of : sc5«*b*% so long as thoy are together, b(tf they become daggers as soon ps they are dis-unitcd.

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

A' Kemakkablj: V-Etkbajt..—Tho Pf-Louis Republican, of the 29th alt, says; "We saw yosterSfty a regular old veteran warrior and patriot. ' His name is JohaT;' C. McCaffrey. • He was raised in Knoxviile, Tennessee, is seyeitty-tbree years old, and has had fifteen sons and three daughters. Eleven sons were in the Union army until the siege of Vicksbnrg, where four of them were kflltid. The old man himself enlisted in the 10th Illinois at Faycttevillo, Ark., over a year ago, and was lately discharged. He served eight months in the Florida war, twelve months nnder Gen. Jachson, thirty-two months in the Mexican war, and twelye months in the preserifcwar. He has three brothers and th'&e step^sons now in the Union army. We XfXi tho tale as he,' with every semblance of perfect truth, told it to us." " "

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

¦ A lettor from Nashville, 10thinst.,to tfl« Boston Traveller, says. • "I had occasion to call officially on G<j»- Andy Johnson yesterday. As I wns leaving his room he remarked to me, Send out your New England people; infuse into fAts'Stute the energy that Ikis built up a Lowoll, a Lawrence iind a Manchester. . * We have here everything to invite the skill and ambition of.mun; mineral resources.hardly surpassed, agricultural resources equal to any state; nit we want is the men.' I asked him for his autograph. >H« wrote, 'Treason must be made odious a' ndtraitors punished.' Let Tennessee bo under tho political guidance of such men as Andy Johnson, nnd she will Roon tnfco her p lace among Jhe Wealthy and populous states of the country."

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

25tua«, ^letiicii teg, &t NIXON'S COLUMN At no time sines the commenoment of JTii otf's Drug Store, has there been bo , I FTJLL AND COMPLETE A STOCK - t of Fresh and ¦ ¦ \ BEKPECTLY RELIABLE MEDICINES ¦y . " ' . . ~ ¦ ' " • f - To offer to;those who oie, so unfortunate as tote compelled to indufee in such luxuries. The fact is, thnt unless there are large and rapid sales, no' 1 establishment can supply its customers with strictly fresh and rer ' ..' _' liobje rettedies, in^he ' phftuool 1 .'• • Drags and Chemicals.-Time ' | .affects with innch more rapidity many lnoroarfi- ' blei in tbedicinc than |n any othertnerchandise.fiencfthci ne-. ' . • ee88ity f of rapid chunge ck atock to ' ' secure to the purchaser just what is - wanted. NIXON is able, by jrapid changes in stock, always to present thefvery beat to his onstomers.- He desires to. keep tie ahove facts before the community, and to solicit n continuance of favors. In connection with Ur full stock of DRUGS AND ...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

Etnas of Srabel T)ENNSTLyA]^lA RAIL ROAD i SViltlEk TIMETABLE. Fir* Traim Daily io-.and' / rotn BhilntItloMa,on and afitr MOA'DAT, APRILViBi,U63. " - -The Passenpor'Trains bf file Pennsylvania . TUilroatf Company wil|4cpart from and arrive at Uarrisburg.and Philadelpnia ' tt lollows: i . - •' " ¦ ¦ ¦>. ¦;•¦/'? ¦ EASTWARD. ¦ THROUGH EXWIE8S ' TRAIN " leaTes Harrisbnrg daily at 2.00 A.v.,nudvurrlveaat Wwt Philadelphia at e.lUA.U. • '-' ¦ x ' *- ; "•' .' ¦ ¦ FAST LINE leaves Harrlsbnrg daily (except Mrmday) »t5.4S A.J«.,apd arr,ive» at West hilaoolp.lila, at fl.55 A.M. ' Passengers tiiko breakfast at Lancaster." WAY AO.OMMODATIONi via Mount Joy, leaves Harrijbnrj; at 7.00 a. »., aud arrives nt West EhUadslbbIavt;W.25p:H.- ¦ ' - I 1 AST-MAlt. TRAIN»ives Harrisbnrgdajly(eicapt Sunday) ati.00 p. a., ami arrives at Wfist'Phfiadelphia at5.0O-P.lc. ¦ -' • ' ¦ '" ¦!' ¦ • UARBISBCRG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN..<ia Co. lumbia, leaves Ilarrlabnrg at 4.00 r. »;, abd arrives at West P...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

G. X. UEITZ. TKHCH UDOWILL. DEITZ&^'D OWELL ¦ * WILL VAY THE HIGHEST PR ICM IK CASH FOR FLOUR, ¦ WHEAT, ' ' ' ¦ > i RYE ' . CORN, ¦ i 0.4 TS, :. " ' ¦ CLOVER SEED, ¦¦¦ ' . ' TUtOTHi' SEED, And all kinds of P P. O I>, U C E i .'ALL KIJTD3 OS | • SALT,"' ! ¦ COA&f- - .«.. ., ¦ «=.- . ¦ ¦ " . ¦ . sft. ' . r - _ ¦ V='Tfr% . j \, L®0&ER " , '" : . : " PLASTER, .j > ^ V^A SDlfAXD, ^ • " I. 1 FOR BALK, CHEAPPOR CASH AT : DEITZ . j- W DO WELLS AVAUEHOUSK AND COAL YARD, Near the Railroad Dopot, C; H A M B E R S B U R Q , PA. AH D j On North Carlisle Street, GKEESCASTtE, PENN'A ¦ Jan* 17. '63. ' .

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

§mgji sPaft^ .&$ "Win FRANKLIN NURSERY, / ^! ' ; CHAMB_*BIlimG,B_3ft»A. The «nbscriber won'd Invite the attention of the pciblfr to a very fine atsortment of fruit and ornamental Traoti now ready for 'snle. " ( ' " - " " ' " "" . ' Vjjij.' As an inducement topfimt APPIJ3 TREE&I witlrtWv r e~>»tH3> r«.-rhnn-reVl<t_e»eieetio_ left u mri|_- r t'; pos^lblfl to myself) from 5 to 7 feet high, and well form** .' I willfnr»hnrtsuar-nto«th« growthof thenij toe- purchaser tvilk tho holes and give the tree the -fler ireftjemerit ti»tlmay direct; , ¦ . ;, .• " : ... ,A?PLE ARISES. -..j From »to7 foot high. 15 cts each. 'SliotV per hnndr>JL 4toSfeet my own selecHnniSlOper hnratrei?-' 1 ' - ' ¦'> I_ctr«l«r(O,frorn8t(>10 ; feet,25cts.ea<_i. "-C' -jai • .. EEACH- TREfe. ¦' " ym XfinoMsortment'of Well erowir h ' e_ithy Peach Ttefcl/ including all the late.Tarletles, - ,>... ¦ ¦ 15 CENTS EACH. OH fS PEB r HUNDRED. ' An ejrt...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

ftatttamt*. aititletg, &t TTARDWARE! , . . ; XX . SMITH £ RICHARDSON, ¦ '' ¦ ' 611 -Market Si: r Philadelphia. J. t&jd. surra, ¦ - ' | - ohas. bichaudsox. Tbe underligned wonld rospectfully ca'l the attention or COUNTRY ^MERCHANTS to their largeand well se> lectedwcko/ - ' HARDWARE! Having madespecial arrangements lofttpfixll JVarfeJ we flatter oursolvM we can offer inducements to purchasers that win fully remhrierate tbe trouble of examtnins our stock. Weask.but a trind, ts convince, the Country'Trade, that we'aro prepared to sell low and accommodate. . , . : ' ., ¦/ ' Our stock oi" Table and Pocket Cutlery Is unnraam large, selected with care, ar.il including a variety ofatyli 1 that cannot bnt suit all tastes. ' ' ¦ Wo have-constantly oa hand 4 large assortment of " ' Building Hnrdware, i . Toolajpitlery, • . . ¦ ' Files, Tool-Boxra, ' - . . and Chests,' S-iddlers, ... and shoemaker* Toum, . .' _' Screws, Sails, everything in short, pertaining to a fi...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

f&efctcal WOBTDERPUL SCIENTIFIC DItfG'J VBIIV.—-Vt tlu> present time thoughtful <nin>ld ovcrywhoru are hiking for the i evelution uf new Ackl Imptfrt&nt iliccuvcriett in scieuco, anil when a theory M presented cl.iiuiiup to imro discovered new tight and t*> rure remuvpil tliu veil of obscurity froju s subject of th» highest importance, uptm wtiich. much Iiuh been YritttSii.it it* proper that the claims of this theory ba presented and aitefullexamined uad tented, which is ^(wtlned tu transcend iu itnpurtnDce.to nulTering llumtinjtj, all other discoveries, the lightning rod und telfj^mjih attpxee^tudt AVebold thattbti huniun syste m is, but a ^'UVatjic arrangementwith itfi adda and alkalies, cpa-*4»tu(in^ the positive and nocnttve forces, aud that every naontal-and pby<intl iuaulfcst:ition, either voluntary or inroluntitrr, is tho result of this nntJigonism; thnt digi's-Uoncirculation. Jtfl<Tf«tion^ and pxcrotion are whol...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA, No.- 4S5 ' and 437 uiestnnt Street. capital .-. _ r...:..; $4qo,ooo oo Perpetual Premiums, 835,834 63 Uncxpireu Temporary Premiums 171,525 06 Surplus. " . ;.... »«,!(» 11 TotaV.: :, $2,3»a,n6 3» Statement ol tho Assets of the Company on January 1. First Mortgages, amply secured. $1,993,931 48 Seal Estate,(presentvalue$138.3ii.«.)co»t m,»7o TT Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Securities : 84,825 9» Stocks, (present value $B8,3t» 16,) coBt 84,Bdl 50 Notes and Bills receivable 1.M9 50 Cash - 7*^512 03 $¦2 ,309,391 OS Advance In value of Real Estate over cost, . 8,331 70 Advance in value of Stocks ovef cMt...... 13,473 66 - ' Tolal ~ *2,M2I1& 39 93r The only Profits from Premiums which this Com Sany can divide by law, are from Risks which have been etennined. . t ' - Extract framihe Charter of tht Company. . " But - jthe moneys received as premiums upon risks which remain undetermined, sndare outstanding at the time of declarin...

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

1P^£. - - -; .<P0t&fH!M r ; ^fgM&SATSELw ' , .. • ' . ' ' ' ¦ : Jip^^ ' - CLOTHING EMPORIUM NEWEST STYLES. LARGEST 8TOCK—CUBAPEljT PRICE. The nnder«lgned can assure the Public, and dencs.jnc-. oaurfal contradiction, that Iifa recent purchase* in tbo ' _U»U?rn cities enables him to-fler one of tbo largest and aost attractive &toclc-»'£ . . ' ~ CIi 6TH t N O ; flrflii HiK and Hfnra-Si-iorin/1868-t to he found in «n . « "l»iil"f Mit_blishraent in thh section. Ever? va-- -tnstj of ¦ -" -. COATS, ' ' ! ' ,__ PASTS, . ., : . • ¦ AND VESTS, s Hi-* In the vcrv boat style and at tbe lowest pricos. GENTLEMEN'S FURSIISItlXG GOODS, ¦Suck ** Shirt*. Urawers. Collars. .Cravif. , Seek Ties, U«mKfrrhiuft Ac, 4c. Special attention Is called to tins Department. ' «. . • - C'pSTdM^nS 1 ORDERS. I Would limit* an txainirratlun '.of my Stock of Fine Cl'iRu Kwermors.Vci>tIugs,_c., Wilcb I manufacture upon special orders." .. •_ •-' ...- -SPECIAL NOTICE., . •Iw...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

EPOXOltT- IS WEALTH! } CUKE YOUR COUGH FOlt TIIIRTfiBS CBST8. « The Best and Cheapest Household Remedy in t/te ' World. - MADAME ZADOC POBTKU' GBEAT COUGH REMEDY)! Madame Zadoc Porter's Curative Balsam I* warranted ifuied according to the directions, to cure matlauwa, Crtunh».Ci>lilR, Whooping Cough, Asthma, n^«UatrMtIaiMortb«ThroM>od Litnjrs. .. ' Madame Znd(K Porter ' s 'Balsam ^ Hprapared with slUhe raWiBite c»e»nd skill, from a 'omblnatioubf the Btut ro/icdied the vegetable kingdom (Ufonb). Ituremglian^mlltips nre base.d\nn its power . (oas,l«t the hfUllhy and Tig ' oroim circnlatlon of the Mowl. throngh tlie longs. It in ikit n violent repn-dy, hot emciUient, wurmins, RtaroliiuK »nd effdctiTej cuube laJsien by the oldest perron or y ou. ugeat child. Madame Zctdoe Porter 's'Balaam .1ia»Mienafed by tho public for over 18 years and ha» .vxiiilrr.l itjuirwoatsales.iiuply by bt'lnz rocommendwl by tuo«t> who hare,t»i>d It, to tbeir nfflicted friends and ...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

XTE W FIRM!—COAL ! COAL' 1 1 LUMBER! LUMUKR1—LKO. EBERT & SON, having purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of George A. Doitz, will cmtlnue tr/c«r on tho same business, and wlllalway» hayeon hand n large Bupplyof Lumber and Coal. Tbi'y will be preparrd to nil all orders at tbe shortest notice. They rennectlully eollcit ^Jhe patronage of the late firm and the public generallyand all who may desire Coal and Lnmber togivs them a call, ftiellufE assured that no menm* will be spared to, accom* niodute those on the most reasonable terms. Junoi:,'(i3-tf. LEO. EBERT A SOJT. 13oots airt Stfjpes NEW SHOE ;STORE.—The Subscviner takeB this mothod of informing the citizens of Chatnberaburg and vfclnity, that he has Just returned 'rom PbU ' adelpbia with an ENTIRELY SEW STOCK of Boots and SbotB. of every variety, stylo and pattern, and of tbe best manufactures. >. . Ilehasiiootd SAnphMpir.'on hand. His whole stock is new. Give him a cull—you can easily suit yourself. Ho invites...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

ip RAPE VINES.^-Our Stock of VI DEJ.AWABB, CONCORD. DIANA. HARTHH» PJfOLIFIC, CREVELING KLSUJGBURGSERBESliffl* COtiON, TO KALOK; USION " V-LLAGBTcUYAnOOflR. REBECCA, ANNA TAYLOR OR. BVLLITT .and all tbi other leading, kinds, is unsurpassed anywhere la ' t§» country. ',. '.. ! Parties -wishing to purchase, and who cannot Visit oar grounds to examine our Tines and vineyard, when di the above and mahyother kinds, may be sees In fntIL would.do well to send for onrNEW PRICB LIST; whfA issent toall applicants lree of ch ar ' ge: ' J. KNOX, sept.2-3m. Box 155Pftnburg. P». • ^< TR f AWBERRIE'S'! .: ; O ' -" _ AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER » • o good montbj for planting STRAWBERRIES. WILSON'S ALBA ** ' °"^^^ TRIOMPH DE GAND, ; .HOTETS SEEDLING, etfer »n bn Wm! at the Franklin tfunerier, or by nddrestJnt t le undersigned by order. JACOB EOSYSEE,, ' ' --»"gli> , . - Apmt. = TW"OW READY.—Our new PRIO^ Jr ™ LIST of STRA'VTBERRrES, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, CURRANTS, GOOBBBERRliSt ,GBAP...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

PIANOS ! R. A. K'CLUBE, sole agent fcr tho. celebrate* DECKBR BROTHERS'(NEW YORK) PIANO, . Pianos delivered, and put op hi perfect coadltion, la ' «nV part of the State, nt. ¦ . factory retail Prices. Alllnstrnmeriti warranted ' for_toyear*. Pianos from other factories wit] bo furnished, if desired. • fl:A. : McCI.URJS, i '' June 17.'63. .C_am. bersbnre. ftu. PRINCE & .CO/S WELL KNOWK MELODEONS AND HARSIONIUMSS lutrodncing the effect of P«dal Bus on every IrHtrnmerrt K. GABLE'S unsurpassed PlANO8>for cash ot a liberal deduotion.or on Monthly Instalments. mt~ Over 30,900 sold in Philadelphia. JAM-:) BBLLAK, Sole Agent, - 279 and 281 South Fifth street, above Spruce st, sepl6,_3-ly- - P_i_<p_i.?m«. . TTLEMM & BROTHER. -IX Importer*, MamtfucitirtTi and Whoiesale Deakn - IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, . GEEMAN. FR1SNCH ' AND ITALIAN STRINGS^ No- 705 MiB-BX Strsm , p_ru-Bi.?niA,. /<_ Orders e«refuliy attended to by B. i. SHRTOCfe Chsunpersburg... : [se...

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