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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

I I , . W. W. KNIGHT A SO Importers and Dealers in AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND GERMAN ' " HARDWARE, "' i . . 6Q9 Commerce Street, Between 5th and 6th and Market and Arch Sti Philadelphia. mi ' k.S, *«S-tf - : - QPOEMAKERS ATTENTION.— i^ We have alwuys on hand, Shoe Thread} Lft4ta r Ueot Trees ^ Leathers, Shoo Irons, Ac, 4c, - / Junel?/6a: MYERSABBA^D. MYEBS & Bl^AND are constantly receiving fresh Hardware, to whicfi^they invite me attonjionot the . public. We have aJargc atock ol tfailB and Iron, which we offer at reduced pricos. ~ A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 2\_ BVILDISO MATERIALS, such as UingM, Bolto, bc^uws, Locks, Glass, IKitty, &c. . MYERS AITRANP. OILS" AND PAINTS—Best But-k Head, White Lead, Linseed Oil, and nil kinds o colors, at the ' lowest oash prices. MYERS & BRAN D. LARGE STOCK OP CEDAR WARE, Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Baskets, Water uius, 4c. MYERS' 4 BRAND. GUM PACKING AND BELTING Manilla Rope, %,%%,% and 1 inch. ' MYEK3 4 BRAND. totwance. •

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

1862. - « 1863. TTTINTER ARRANGEMENT, - —^ \V CUMBERLAND tALLEYASDFRAXKLW RAJLR0AVS. CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Monday;, November 17,1862, Piwsongwr Trains will ran daily, as tiillom, (Sundays excepted): FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HAR RISBCRG: :^ • -. A.M. P.M. Leav ' altagerstown ' . 7.00 ' 2.45" •':':¦ Greuncantlo- "37 S.3S ' Ski ( 'Amveat f..,"S:U 4.29, Chmbersborg -( j ( . Leave - at 8.S0 12.55 Leaves Shippeniburg 9.u0 1:2S •' NewviUe.....?. 9.32 ' 2,00 ?< Carlisle ,.....'. 10.10 Si42 " ' Mechnnicsbnri — 10+2 -a.Vl Arrive at Harrisburg : .11.15 3.40 JOB CHAMBBRSBITRGAND HAGERS TOWN. ^ ^ A.M. P.M. Leaves ffarrlsburg. ' . 8.05 133 •' Mechanicsbnrg i 8.47 JJ6 " CarlUle 9^7 2.65 " Newvlll. 10.02 3^9 " Shippensbiirg L.5O.S3 4.00 Arrive at ChambersbHrg 11.00 4.30 Leave rhamb»rsbarg- -11.10 4.40 " Greoncastlo , ....11.53 5-.30 Arrive at Harrisborg\ 12J5 8^10 Wr Mnklng close connections at Harrisbnrg with trains for Philadelphia New York and Plttsburgj and with trains for all ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

VTEW AIR LINE ROUTE.—Three j_^l . Trains Daily to New York and Philadelphia. - On and after Monday, JjTnT20Mi18G3, the Passenger Trains will leare the Philadelphia nnd Reading Railroad Dopot, at Harrisburg,for New York nnd Philiidelphia,as rollows, vii: . . ' . • ' EASTWARD. EXPRESS LINE loaves HiJrrislmrg nt3.15 A.'K.,on Arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Trainfiom the West, arriving in Sow York at 9.3U A. M., and Philadelphia at 850 A. M. A sleeping car is attached to the train through from PUtsburn without change. MAIL TRAIN leaves llarrishurg at 8.00 a. M.-arrhrint; in New York at 5.30 P. M., and Philadelphia nt 1.50 P. u. FAST LINE leaves HarrisburK at 2.00 p. H,, arriving inNewYorkat 10/.B P. H.,and.Philadel?hlaat7.00p.if. : ; . _ WESTWARD. JTAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 A. «i, and Phila fctphiaat8.15 v ».. arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P. X MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12,00 noon, and Philadelphia at 3.30 p.m., arriving at Hurrisburg nt 8420 P.*. !. EXPRES...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

Btitiblttv, Itamesss, &c SADDLERY! SADDLEET!--Saddies. Bridles. Harness, Cullara/Trnnks, Valises. 4c. sign of the 110 KSK COLLAR. JKKEMIAH OYSTER respectfallyreturnshis thanks -to his patrons for. ^he liberal oncquragenietit received from them heretofore, and he would invite them and the commnnity generally, wbolnay need any thing in his linn, to give him a call ut bin OLD STAND, on the £.-ut «iu> of Main Street. ChanibereburgY five doors Sonthof Huber 4 Tolbert's Hardware 8tore. where he. keeps constantly ' on baud every variety of S A D. D LKRT AND HAItNESSofhisown Manufacture, ami he is prepared to sell thesame at terms thnt doty competition. .Every article offered for sale is warranted to be mide of tho iest material and-hy competent workmen, wbichwill be folly debionstratcd onan exaininntion thereof. TRUSKSAND V-VLIS-Kii.—He would also call the attention of persons wanting'* good, neat, cheap and ¦ sukstanlal Trunk or Valise, to his assortment, , June 17, '...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

WHIPS ! WHIPS 1 WHIPS !—Wiixi ill Sbiluto 4 Sos, corner of Main and Washington Streets, Chamlicrsburjt. l'a.', mnnufacturers of nil kindn ol WtltPS . sneb ns .Wagon. Carriage nnd Riding Whips of various sires and of superior quality, which they offer to the pubUc, either bv Whnloaale or Retail, at very moderate pricrs. LASHES of all lengths kept constantly on hand aud forsale by tbe dozen very cheap. They also mannftictura superior HOUSE COXr LARS, to which they invite attention. ¦ . Orders from a distance solicited and promptly attended- to * ' ' , Jnn» ' I7,'6a. JDRO AD GEARS,COLLARS,HAL-_|3 'TEKS.and anything in the Leafh ' or line belonging to ihe Saddler's bui'ineits.always onhafhd and mArio to order, and on reasonable tormn. at U^RDOX'S, opposite the Imlinn Queen Hotel. Main st. \, , i" H. G O R DO N-^-BUccessor to ( PiEHLi Gor.nox—rWcs noHi-o to his customer* cithers, thnt he is kHH i»t the OLD STAND, opp -site the Indian Queen Hotel. Main street.Chambersburg, Pa. piORDOX...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

rpREES! TEEESM—WlLSOSI YILLE NnRSEKY: AdftmsCo., Pa.—BURKHOt-0_Jl 4 WILSON, PropVietom. , FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES of thrifty groitth and fine assortment of varietiesfiv sale' this Fall, and next Spring. Persons desiroWtf. purchasing will cull onour A ^ent, ' i. F. CROFT, C-*_t liersburg, Franklin Co, 1 Pa'. 40,000 APPLE TREES,. F,our years old, very strong and healthy. _ , " •. 20,000' PEACH TREBS. ¦ " 1,3, pnd 3 years, very fine. Also, Standard -nd VwttS , PEAR AND PLUM TREES, ' . ' J 1,000 CHERRY TREES, '¦• r Of the following kinds: Cumberland, TriomphBhtdt < Eagfe. Black Tartarlim,Xlton, GoT. , .Wood, Yellow Bp__>- ish, and Great Hlgarreaty - ¦ ., 10,000 GOOSEBERRIES, HongbtooandO_Ic7-.e_U_gi. , •< ¦ RASPBEBRIES, - - =• - ..; . ! BLACKBERRIES, ' . - - > STRAWBEREIE8, ¦> CUKRANT8. ' .'-".- KOBE STOCSf 1IARDY NATIVE GRAPE. VINES : We offer very-strong plants of Anna. Clinton, Cats«Hl Concord. Delaware, Diana, Oporto, Haxatawney, Hutford Pro...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

fLimant &rab« T>EADINGr RAIL ROAD-r-SIIMr\) MER ARRANGEMENT. i .. ¦" fujtBAT TRTJSK LINB from- the North !andUqrU»- west for Philadelphia, Kew. York. Reading, PottsViU*, Lebanon, Allcntown;Eaaton, 4c;,iq. •, - ¦ " • .".: Trains leave Uarrisbnrg for Philadelphia. New York. Beading, Pottsville,ani} all intermediatostations- at 8.W a. » . aud 2.0U p. x. : ; >T>«:Tork Express loaves HarrlslMirjr. at 3.13 A. jr., arriving af New York at 9.15 f]\o s:inie morning tfareii fromnarrisburB " : To New ' York 15.151 lo Philadelphia $3.35 and $2.90. Baggagechecked through. , ReinruluR, leave ' New York at 6 A. a., 12 Noon, and 7 P. «., (Pittsburg Expresi.), Leave Philadelphia at 8.15A. jc:.nnti3.S0P.H. ' ' "s ' " Slesping caraittth» New York Express Trains through to »nd from Piftaburg witmnit eliange. ' ¦ ' Passengers by thoCatawissa Railroad loavelamanne at 8.50A;Jt,and2.15 p.a.,for Philadelphta.New York, and all Way Points. . > , Trains leave t'ottavil...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

18G3. , 1863. T>HILADELPHIA AND ERIE X RAILROAD.—ThiBgreatUna traversojthe Northerr, and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has bean leaned by the R;m»»ylran«'<t Railmd Company, and nnder their ansplres Is being rapidly openeiTthroughout its entire length. It is now in^nse for Passenger and Freight bnufness irom-Uarrlsbnrg to Driftwood, (2d Fork.) (177 miles) on the Eastern Division, nnd from ShoffleW to Erie, (78 mileB,) on the Wesieru Division. TIME O? PASSENGER TRAINS AT HAKEISBURG. MAIL TRAIN leaves North ^... 1.15 A. „ EXPRESS TRAIN leaves North... ,'.....i ,3.00.4.a ' CarB rnn through wiihout chaxqb both ways on these trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haves, and between Baltimore and Lock Haven. Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express traloboth ways. For information respecting Passenger 'business apply at the S..E. Cornet 11th aud Market streets, Philadelphia. And for Freight business of the Company's Agents: . S. B. King...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

J. WHITE.,-M^ciiANt Tailor, jCTL, tAXn DEALER IN READY-MADE CLOTH-22V5—mOMB SWDB)—CL THS. 5 CASSIMERKS, V£>TI>-'!3. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOT>8. GU& OVKRCOATS, - _ UMBRELLAS. JW"Pieco Gnoi-i sold by the yard, and no charge for Canine, tiuuiruts noKl to ptTsous Who wiBh them made st ihMHO. ' ' Mnchine Silk. Chalk, and inch measures sold. Three 4i>orn North uf Eyatcr'n Dry Goods Sture, Chamber«- fcuru.Pn. " runnel". 18 3. RC. WALBORN & GO'S , . WliOLBSALK ANDHETAII READY M ^VDE LINEN AND DRBrS SRIOK SXAKOFACfOBT, Ao. a ' <t ' A' m-ih .'Sixlh Strut, Philadelphia. sftk, Merino-and i'otton. Under Stilts and Drawers. Cra-»n:».SKirf«.GlovesifatidkBrchlofi, ic. Shirts: Wrappers ^<t l}re4(A Stoclts nmile-to order .by measurement ^ and vurrintml to gl\t> palisfi)cti»n. Orders inny lie loft with S. S. SnaTOci:,Chamber»burg. •ep.23 ' •

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

MASON ft HAMLIN'S • CABINET OB OAKS, ' . WITH O3TB OR TWO BETS OJ" TREfcDS, ! ; Conurningthe ¦ ' "I : AUTOMATIC SWELL, DOUBLE l»B__0W8, KHi«- STOP, AND COMBINATION VALVE. | Ou Every Instrument WarranUifor Fin Tean.'Vi, Pajcis reou,S70 io$450. I'r " The Cabinet Organ is the only Instrament wldch combines the requisitesfor church and parlor muiio; for tho school roojn and the social feB^vnl gatheri^i. For while it possesses sufficient power for the accompaniment of a large chorus, it U, from its diipabilltj of all shades of, expression, and its wonderful crtttHUpt and diminuendo, most effective as a solo InstrunMnt.-Itis capablu of orchestral < fleetsand rapid musie .atrills, arpeggios, etc. From its sustnioed tones, it _a» a decided advantage over the Piano-fort;, for the renting of many of the choicest morcc-uxof the masters, a-Sli as sjuiphonies, quartettes, ntc." B. A. McCLURK, Cbamborsbsrg, Pa. General Agent for PenniylvaoUi. * N. B. The undersigned will sell and deliver...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

Eoutto an* £. e&ats5 T^TEW TOBACCO AND SBGAB -Ll STORK—ro«A« CMicMqf Cbambcrtburg.attd FVcintfy: The undersigned, having been compelled to leave Virginia on account ,,f his Union Bentlments, has come among you toostabllsha businesshopingfom his long .exporiehce, and by close attention, h«, will meet with a generous Bapport. His stock will consist of all he teat brands of TOBACCO andSBGARS whkhhevrtll Bellas cheap a< can bo had anywhere in town. Don't forget the place, sign of tho 'little Tirglnia nimr,"opposite ihe Franklin Hotel, next door to t.hryocr» Book Stor«, gobth-east corner of tho Diamond. Jane 17,1868. ' C.H.BTJSH.

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

OUR AGENT.—Mr. John Grove, of Chamborsburgj is tho General Agent of the Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. ' Jane 17,'63. . WM.1_C__ff,i,AIT.. BIRD BASKETS, Bat-Tubs; Fount-Ins, -" . CatUFiih ' Boitr,.' , «iui-r» Homp, . Rape-DdMawSeed. . . at SPAHfl-lWS.

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

MEW DAIRY.—The - subscriber t^j; baring opened a Dairy upon his Farm, would iniorm tlio citizens of Chambfrsburg thnt bo U prepared to furnish them with pnre fresh Milk daily. Persons desirfnr to to supplied will leave thoir names and places of rSdrnre with Samuel Beixber. Wt 23 , DASIKf BKISnKB ,

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

-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1863; BESPAIR 1ST BEBELDOX Thevoiceofiament&tion and mourning comes tip from the dominions of Treason on every side. Maddened by temporary successes -in the field, the foes of the government became insolent and relentless in their career ©fcrjme, and! their hearts were gladdened with the hope that they should rule the continent and doom Freedom to an early grave. But their season ©if joy and rejoicing has been changed for 6ne of universal sorrow. Retribution seems to have smitten them in the field; in their usurped departments of power; in homes—everywhere, indeed, that the avenging hand of justice conld . bow thom.in humiliation and slifime. • . & -; The htte rebel papor&are filled with cui^es.upoh their leaders and grief for the woes inflcited upon their people; ThevRiehmond Sentihd is, , sad because the South is filled wit% "croakers and grumblers" who see no "hope for the triumph of traitors, " snd it,laments the "Buffe...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

REBEL REPORTS FROM CHICKA . MAITAA. The a ew York 'Daily News, n Copperheadrebel paper, has a Richmond Correspondent. In a' late letter he thus depicls tho disappointment in rebeldom at Bragg's failure to crush Bosecrans at Chickamauga: Bragg has fought, a battle, nnd Bragg has reported to xhe Department that he gained a great victory. But Gun. Bragg does-not mention what -bis losses were, although we know that, according to the accounts of the sanguinary conflict, the battles near Chattanooga mar he called-drawn fights—rboth opponents as terribly used up. To a great extent, Gen. Bragg has los t ~~ the confidence of the people, from the fact that he has so often deceived them by false dispatches, crediting himwlf with victories when-he actually suftorcd a most disastrous deteatr-for instance at Shiioh. But the public is credulous, and any rumors of a victory sets themablaze, and no matter -who is _the leader,- he is at once The list of killed, wounded and missing wilt not fu...

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

The Enemy Routed near ShelbyvOle BRILLIANT AFFAIR NEAR _ FRANKLIN, TENN. 125 Rebels Kilted & Wounded. 300 PRISONERS &'4 GUNS TAKEN. The Capture of Shelbyville and ITI'iflinnviile. From . Chattanooga "WASAINGTblT. Oct. 10,-i-The Republican extra says tho'Government has received despatches from Gen. Kosecrahs, dated Chattanooga, Oct.-9th, and from other officers on duty at bis headquarters. Also, official despatches from Nashville, nil containing reports most encouraging for the National cause. - • • . • . "~ The forces¦ under ^Gen. Mitchell overtook the rebel cavalry, on the 6th instant, Below Shelby ville, and a battle immediately ensued, resulting in a complete Toilt of tho enemy, who did not stop-for his wounded. Over one hundred of the enemy were left on the field, an4 also a large Dumber of wounded. . Gen. Mitchel) sent a force after t the flying rebels,' who scattered panic-Blricke'n,<?'that being the only means of escaping 'the- great vnilifarv cordo...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

XATIOXAX THAKSGIYIXG BAY Rnrl.AMATiryv HY PRESIDENT LINCOLN President Lincoln has issued the following proclamation; The y\ar that is drawing toward it3 cliJte lias been^llcd with the blessings of fruitful fields and Rpalthful skies. To <.these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to Ibrget thn source from whic . they come, others have been added, which are ofsocxtr»ordinar\ a nature that they can not fail to penetrate and soften the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever-watchful providence of Almiirhij' God. In the midst of a civil war of unequalled magnitude and seveTityV which has sometimes seemed to invite andvprbyoke the aggressions of foreign states . xpeucu has been preserved ,with all nntioiit, .ardor hus bcun maintained, the laws have beeii\espocted and obeyed, and harmony has prevnjled everywhere excejit in the thontre of military conflict; wiile that theatre has been grw^l ' y contracted by the advancing iirmics andNnavie...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

Little Delaware has an election this full for members of Congress. The Union men;have nominated jHon. N. B. Smithersj present Secretary of State, and the ICopperheads Charles Brown, late of; Pennsylvania a'nd of '• tinrter-box" nbtorietjr. ¦ ' The. Union platform squarjely supports ' the war andthe policy faf the, Administr'atioh, and although a ! Slave State, will elect theUhion ticketby adecided majority. We subjoin the platform: ! Resolved, 1. That the; Union party! of the State of Delaware is uncompromisingly in fevor of maintaining the integrity of ithe national government, and that its power j should be steadily and vigorously exerted until it has compelled submission to its rightful authoritv. ' ' J 2. Timt this war is and should be; v wfl£jcd only for the'.-iuppressioii of the rebellion and tho-vindication of the supremacy of the Constitution of thr> United States, b ' ut thiit in its conduction it is the right, it is the duty, ofthe government to use every means ...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 14 October 1863

= EFromtheM ClubeDkagoonb Wehave a^etter from the M'Clure Dragoons, Capt. Miles commanding. They are on tho banks of the Lackawana River, near Scrantoa; have built winter quarters, and expect to remain there until tho draft is fully enforced. The members of the company had made arrangements to be asspssed there; bui the Asscssor being a Copperhead and of course opposed to soldiers voting, miraculousl y disappeared on the day fixed for their assessment. The officers at once made arrangements to transfer their camp into another township, where they expected to be assessed. The members of the company have presented Cnpt. Stiles with a handsome saddle and bridle.' The presentation speech was made by ^Lieitt. Harmony in behalf of the men, and Capt. Miles responded in a neat speech thankingihem for the manifestation of confidence and kindness. The Captain made a narrow escape osfew 'days ago, in an effort to arrest a disorderly civilian. The fellow drew a rsvolver on \3apt. Miles, bit...

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

"We subjoin tho returns froiw the sevornl djstricts of Franklin county rScoivcd np \o 2 P. SI. this morning. It'will be seen .thm materinl gains for the Union (wo given - in pearly every district, and tBcro is no dtubt of the election of l 0a& { entire ' Union county ticket by a majority! of from 250 to 80S'. There Beems to be no doubt of tho Election of Lieut.. Nill to the Legislature. His majority over Horton will not be less thun. " S00 in Franklin. Tho vote may be close between Sbarpe and Gray, for tho other seat; but'wa hope for the election ;of Oiay. "We bare no definite advices from Fulton-; but tho Democratic majority cannot bo lorer 250; tfi« struggle has been » bitter and earnest on«», and the result is amost signal triumph, to tint Union'cause. . ' -. ' AUD. GE5T, 1*82. - OOV. IS«. § s s> f --a f s. §' s- ¦"§ s:. ;? North "Ward... S09 " ' l$a " 187 — 23 - South Ward.-190 1» II - - 18 - Antrim 398 «3 t- . 15 ¦ .»-.— Concord 24 98 — 74 —-i — Dry Kun.; 84 ...

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