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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

" Johnny, get' your dictionary, and tell me what the w6rd Democrat means," said an old Vallandighammer to his hopeful son. The son complied,' and read as follows: " Democrat—Onb who adheres to a government by the people, or favors the extension of the right of suffrage to all classes of men." " Hold on, John; does it say all classes of men ?" • " Yes, dad." '.' W ho's the maker of that dictionary V " Webster. " • ' ' - ' ' , ; "Oh, that blasted old Whig! I always thought he was sort of favoring the niggers! Johnny, you needn't read that dictionary any more. I'll see about getting the-right irind, when I next go to town." A young lady named Taylor, meeting a former acquaintance named Mason,, at a party, where the latter was assuming much importance in consequence of her wealth, and who did not deign to notice her, revengi'il herself by stepping into tho group, surrounding the haughty belle, and thus addressing her, with the most winning smile: "I have .been thinking, my dear Miss...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

UmOISf HOTEL^This Hotel is situated on tho corner of Main and Qneen Street*; near the Diamond.in thoBorongh nfChambcrsburii.Pai The undersigned respectfully announces to the trATefJ Ing public that this Hotel hus been remodled. It h»e beeD raised to 'XEUIKK STOMUS in height. A fin» three atury Back Buililing haa been nddod to it, glfing. nn iinmcnceaniuant of room for the accommodation tt\ the public generally. 5*Ug rooms aro large ond comfort--nble. numbering in all, thirty-flve. They aro all wf U furnished with GOOD NEW I'lrBNWUKB. Penwno stopping at this ilotol can nave either double or sin^lr rooms, with or withoutliro in them. Too Table in-elwnys supplied with the BEsriKTHE MAKKt-T, .and will Beat over 100 persons. The Bar is filled with the' CHOICEST UQUORS. The StaWe is twojtoiiesof tho moat moderu style, and ttar beat la thollotaugh ofClinniber<shvrg. - Janen.'«3. - JOHNMSHKR.Proprietor. • FEANKLIN HOT^Jj— West tjr the Public Sjuare. Chanibereburg, P». x'hp subscr...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

VAlIiANDIRWAM STOCK DOWN The American Union, a Dsmocratic paper, published at Steubenville, Ohio, and edited b^ 'John Sheridan, refuses to support Vallandigham fop Governor. It has been the Democratic organ of; Jefferson county for more than thirty years. In an article publish on the loth of July, the Union refers to the noise made by Vallandigham about States' right, and an armistice, and observes: " If the party adopt the peculiar views on this subject (State rights) of the great South Goroiinian, Joha C. Calhoun, then the former position occupied by the Democratic party has been wrong, and we have but found out since the latter day Democracy are plav ing the deuce with the party, that J ackson and all each ordinary men as him didn't know what Democracy consisted of, and of .what ingredients it was composed, notwithstanding the history of the country shows . that when secession raised its head with John OV Calhoun for its leadejr, that he proved to be tho man for the crisi...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

THIXfiS THAT NEVER DIE. $be pure, the bright, the beautiful, • I That stirred our heartsln.youth, jThe impulse to a worldless prayer, i The dreams of love and truth; |The longings after something lost, ' I The ' spirit's yearning cry; ¦ _ JHie strivings after better hopes,—' I These things can never .die. THie timid hand stretched forth to aid A brotherin his need, , . !The kindly words in griefs dark hour That proves a friend indeed, — Phea)lea for mercy softly breathed, „:-Wheii justice threatens, high, TRie, Sorrow of a contrite heart, fr ^ These thing shall never die. JThij: memory of a .clasping hand,. -"Tie pressure of a kiss, *£rid all the trifles, sweet and frail, ' ;• That makes up love's first bliss; ' Jit 'With a firm unchanging faith, ..And holy trns|»and hign, . Those hands haveelasped, those lips have met •* These things s'hall never die. ,95ie cruel and the bitter word,. That woundedas it* fell; ' The chilling want of sympathy, ; - "We feel, but never tell. ...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Musical H/TQSICAL INSTEUMENTS.. JM. - WM.A. POND& CO ¦ " 547 Broadway, New ' York. - (Iftefli-il'HPOX1> & CO.) Manufacturers of and Dialers in all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ' ¦ AND MUSICAL MEKCHAN-DISE., Fubliiliert and Importers >oj Shed Music, iluxical Works, <Cc., <fc., <£c. Messrs. W. A. Posp & Co.can furnish anything in tfce musical line at tho shortest possible notice, and ut prit- ^t* that defy competition. . - ; PIANO-1?OU1'±.S (tvevi-)froiui22otoS300. P1ANO-FOKTKS (Second-hand) from 57B to$300, acc'oriting toeizeandstyle of caao.. MKLODEONS of all the celebrated makers, at nutnefc*- turers' prices, FLUIES, from onoto eight keys, and from 60c. to $&"i in price. OKKMAN SILVER FIFES, in case, $1. "' GUITAKS, BAN'JOS, = VIOLINS. VIOLONCELLOS. •DRUMS, ACCOBDEONS. COKCEHTIKAS, pnd. ill kinds of Musical Instruments. A set ofour very best VIOLIN STniNGS,"5c ; GU1TJUI STRINGS,*!.; BANJO S'lKLXUS, $1; sent ...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

THE STORM OF 8H£LIi Mr. Wilkeson, a special correspondent of ihe N. Y. Times, with the Army of the Potomac, thus thrillingly describes the terrible storm of shell which the enemy poured upon the headquarters of Gen. Meade: Eleven o'clock—twelve o'clock—<>ne o'clock. In the shadow cast i by the tiny farm house 16 by 20, which Gen. Meade had made his headquarters, lay wearied staff officers and ti^d reporters. There was not wanting to the peacefulnes of t)ie soene, the ginging of a bird? which had a nest jfl a peach tree within the yard of the white-washed cottage. In the midst of its warbling, a.ijhell screamed over the house, instantly followed by another, and another, and in a moment the air was full of the most complete artillery prelude to an infantry battle that was ever -exhibited. Every size and form of shell koown to British and American gunnery, shrieked, whirled; moaned, whistled, - and wrathfully fluttered over our ground. . As many as six in a second...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

PIANOS ! , . , R. A. M'CLBRE, sole agent for the celebrated DECKER BROTHERS' (NEW YORK) PIANO. . .. -pianos delivered, and put up in perjfect condition, in any part of tho State, at • • r . FACTORY BETAIt FEICES; All Instruments warranted for fiveycara. Pianos from other factories will bo furnished, If denied. . . K.A.McCLURE, , Jane IT,'03. '^- ChambersbBrg, Ta. f&aiss antf €a?s. 1 v HATS , CAPS AND. STRAW GOODS, iam now prepared to farnishmy customers with'all .the new styles of H«tB, Caps and Straw Goods, which I will sell low. J.L.DEUIU5UI. - 4 doorsSdivtlibf Eystor &Bra. EW of * ^ STOCK STRAW SOODS Xt at old prices, at -; v ¦ DECffKKT'8. SOFT HATS of all eoloTs, s#le», and qualitle3,from fifty cents up, call anS getiiargama at. ."- D ECHJSBT'S. ' Ttf ANXTPACaJUKfiRS can reach a JLtJL fargeclasa of thrifty doalersby ADvaiMEiko in UiutjtANKLtN RKP0S1TOR.Y. TjUNCY PRINTING, in every.Ta-JL riet; of Colors, dooe withneatness and dcBpsftt »t we FRANKLIN UKPOslTOKV...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

MASON & HAM LIN'S CABINET O1!GASS % ¦ ' WITH OKI OS TWO SETS OF EEEDS, Ctintainingthe AUTOMATIC SWELL, DfJUBLK BELLOWS, KS1Esl"OP, AND COMBINATION;VALVH. ¦ tgj ^ Evert/ Inttrumtilt WurranUd Jar * J<\v& liKir*. "a.^ Petces TKoa $70 to S4SU. ¦ . .. " The Cabinet Organ ia the only instrument -whii'h combines the requisites, for churcb iujiJ iiarlor music : for the schocl room and the social festival gathering. For while it possesses sufficient power for tho uccoiuj'uniment of a large chorus, it is, from its capability tf all shades of expression, and its wonderful crfietns 1 " and dim.inw.ndo, most effective as a. solo iustrumtiu It is capable of orchestral ¦ ffectsaud inpid music, in trills, arpeggios, etc. From its sustained toara. Jt b»» ii decided auvantngo over the Piano-forto. for 1ht tvwm-~tn(r of many pf tho choicest .morceauxof the mastrrs, such as symphonies, quartettes, otc. " K. A. McCLUKfcj Chambersbnrg, I'u. General Agent for I'cnniyljiiulx. N.B. ...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Mows inrTESTERN HOTEL, West Market l Yf • SL-Nearlhe Bridge,Chanibwiarg,p a-TIib subscriber wonld respectfully inform the Traveling commnnlty thutie hasporcliaaod and taken pOEseealonortbia Hotel. Ho hopes. to BJttio it one ti the uK*t desirable places forstrangera ana otnere to stoji at that canfeeroonainaDycountrjtown. - 1118 TAlfliE wilt nt all tinws be spread with the loxnrira nod substanlialB of tho season. HIS CHAMBERS aro large, veil YCnHlatoa, aad fitted op In modern style. ' " Bis BAK will ,ba well Bnpplieil-with a Jarge andehclw selection of tho v«r Wst liqaort. HIS STABLE will always be proTided with go«l wholesome proTender for stoc)s, OQii attendf d by careful oatlers- ;" ' ...'-« Nojitiriawill bo spared |o render entire satisfaction tc all bia guests; and pleilirigJiitnaelfto cinteifftr to j>lea*e all. be solicits a liberal sliaiDottheimblic patronage. JnnB17.'a3. JOBS SULLiiR.

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

BRIEF WAB ITEMS. ¦-The Union League of Philadelphia organized three .Regiments under the late call. The "Democratic" Ecgiment wu hslieva isInot yetfiill. * - . • . ' Joe Hart, tie, guerrilla leader.^rho Has Wen killing- and plundering in Andrew co., Missouri, recently, has nt length met the ifate he deserves. He was himself killed .a few 43ys ; ,siBce. . Several barnshaving been destroyed near Baltimore/a number of disloyal citizens have been assessed for the amount of damages, their japportionB^eiits to be paid within three days after noticie shall be'given. At vicksburg the Federal works are being leveUed, and tlje rebel fortifieationsaTe being put into a- 1 more perfect condition. Numbers of the finest guns are being. mounted, and the place will be a first chws military fortification, j ; ' , ' Gen. Eosecrans k agaia in motion, moving forward at different points and always towards th e en emy. A dispatch to a Richmond paper, from j-Atlanta,' Georgia, says that •'Eosecran '...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

ffi&ital NOT ALCOHOLIC. A HIGHIiY. CONCENTKATED VEGEXi BLE EXTRACT^ A POKE TONl<?. Db. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN;B.ITt«B8g Prepared by • \ . De. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa,, \ ' Will effectually cure ¦ x s LITEB COMPLAJNT, DYSPEFSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OK KERVOUa -BEBUalTT, . " -: Diseases of the Kidneys, and.all diseases nrisln from a disordered Liver or Stomach. Sach as Constipation, Inward Piles- Fullness »r Blood to the Head, Acidity of tfio StomachK»asea. HeartbcraDisgust for FoodFallnDsa «r Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinkioff or Flatteringat the Pit of the Stomach, Svrimmlnjr of the head.Taurried affii Difficult Breathing , Flirt-* terins at the Heart, Choking or SulfoeatinB.Qea8»4 tlons when in a lying posture, Dimness of Visioiu Dots or Webs before the Sight, Feverand Dull Pain in the Head, DeSciency of PerspirationYellownea* of the Skin and Eyes. Pain ia tho Side. Back, Chest' Limbs, &c.Sadden Flashes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, C...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

<&xntmt$, &t NOTICE ! TO THE . < ¦ . ^ PEOPLE OF FBANKLIN COtTNTY who have LOST MONET by the , REBEL INVASION, \ and to all others who desire to-; ¦> . MAKE AND SAVE- MONEY. "WILLIAM GELWIGKS, Wholesale and Retail ,-DEALER IS MERCHANDISE. ^: , CHiltBKESlinRO, PA., - ; has just retjarned from the Ea,it and opened the following list of EKSSH MERCHANDISE, which he proposes to sell " ' .. - i - : I WHOLESALE A1JD ilETAlt, CHEAPER i"HAN 'THE CHEPEST: 300"I)arrei5 Browo Sognr. 40 " White " , . ' ,00 ' Syrups and Molasses. 3000 B>s. choice Hams. ', 6000 " Sides and Shoulders. j: 400 Bags G. A. Salt; " '. s 60 Bag* Afhtou Kno Salt; : ' - ' 1000 SacksTableor Dairys'altS i 50 BoxesTrime Cbeeee; S5 gross Essence Cotfeo; 1.600 lbs.Excelsior Coffee. 60'bbls.So. " l,-2aiid3, Mackerel. ¦ • 100 boxes Scotch Herring. = 50 doi. Twine and Bed'Cordn., . - 100 Dozens Corn Brooms; . " , 75 Dozens Assorted Brushes;- 50,000 Segirs ot Mauufacturen' Prices?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

iSattitarg Notices Bcadquarters Provist Marshal. ) 16(4 District. Pinmylvatia, > Chambcreburg, »nly. 23, 1813. J THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAES from the Bureauoftae Prpvoat .VLiridml General are pubtiahod for the iuformatloh ot all concerned. GEO. BY^TiiR, Captain nnd Provost Marshal. [CIRCULAR 44.] ' War Dcmparlmtiit,' "1 .. i Provost Marshal GtneraCs Office, >- Washington. D. CJuly 12, 1863. j To answer inquiries made to this office, it is announc: ed:. i 1st. Any drafted person paying$300, Under section 13 of the Knroltmiint Actis thereby exempt from further liability under tlud draft, but not from any subsequent draft. ^ 2d, Any drafted person famishing an acceptable Bub. atitnte is exempt fiom military eorvicefir the periodtir which said substitute is mustered iaw+kg service. 34. A substitute, ones mustare* Into the service, can not be dwfteil while in service. 4th. A drafted man cannbt 1>ay commutation money (ir present a substituteafter he las reported him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

^ aniiiijates' grafts ITTEE UNION, WITHOUT AN IF 1 OKAB DX—^Unconditional support of every effort otthe President to crush the existing atrocious rebellioniB, in mj * humble judgmentthe be3t test of loyalty, and every man asking Uvors from tho public should burequit ed to expresshis viewsso that the people in^y not be deceived. I boliffvanU the candidates who have 6n* eredthemselves for the support of the Union Con'etjtion'are as loyal as I am; but I fe il it to be my duty to say that in all things I sustain the Administrate i. On the platform of unconditional loyaltyI again offer m>selfa3acandidatefortbe offlceofCLERK OFTilE COURTS—subject to tho decision of the approachtai: Convention. If i.ominated and tilected,I will try to do1mydutyi Ifjome other Candidate is nominated, however he shall havo my warmest support and my most caracal efforts for his election. P.HENRYSHOUGH, Better known as the "'Virginia Tailor." Greoncastle, MaylS'63-tc' riOUNTT TREASURER.—Fellow \ J ...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Headquarters, Frmott Manluil. ~ \ lbl/i Oigtriet, ttrnfsiilvania, >¦ . Chamborabnrg, Julv 14 1S63. J INVALI D CORPS.—The following extvncf s nrt> pnb>ished for the benefit of such a^ wfah u> avail thentsoives of the offer of the government. Applications should be .made in persun at the office of th£i Board of Knrolimeut, iiasonic Uill, Second Street, Chanibersburg. «EO EYSTKK. Captatu and Provost Marshal, 10th-Dist., Punua. [omcui] Wiir Department Adjutant GencraTt Office, \ . ¦ Washington, Aptil i!8.1863. * J GENERAL ORDERS NO. 1U5.—Tbo organization of at Invitiiti Corps is hereby authoriKetl. ThU Curpi fball consist of Jompanitsand if it shall hert/ifter be thought best, of ilutlaliioutt. The Companies tiUall -be made up frum tho following sources, viz: • . - ' * * * * * * * Third, By accepting thoxe officers and enlisted men who have been honorably discharged ou account oi wounds urdisenfie contracted in the lino of Viuty, and wlto'Iesiie to re-enter...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

iEilitatg Mniititi M' M WANTED FOR THE IN-, VALID CORPS. ' jmy tho3e faithful -soldiers who, from -wounds or'the hardships of war. are no longer fit fur active field dutywill be received- in this Corps of Honor. Enlistments will be for three yeans unless sooner discharged. Pay and allowances oatne as for officers and men of the United States Infantry; except that no ipremiums or bounty for enlistment will bo allowed. This will not invalidate any pensuma or bounties v>bich may be due for previous services. ' ¦ ¦ The following,uniform has bean adopted for officers and men o ' f the Invalid Corps:. • \' BOB OJKCEKS.—Frock coat—Of eby-bluo cloth, with dark-bluo Velvet collar andenffa; in all other respects, according to the present pattern for officers of infantry. Shoulder-straps-^- According to present regulations, but worked on dark-blue velvet. Pantaloons—Of sky-blue cloth, with double stripe o> dark-blno cloth down the outer seiun, each stripo onehalf inch wide,...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

pHAIR AND CABINET " MAKU-\J JACTORT.^The subscribor Informs the public that h,o continues the mannfacturo of the various articles in hie line, at his factory upon West Queen Street, a few doors from Main'. Ho has always on hand or is prepared to manufacture upon tho ehortost noticeCane Bottom and Windsor Chairswith Plain and Curtain Bedsteads, Pier and Card Tables, Bureaus,"Wash Stands and Boob CaBen. . ' < TURNING, in nil its varieties, attended to with promptnew and despatch. HOUSE PAINTING, in all its branches, exet nt'ed by competent hands. PAPEB HANGING.—Particular attention will be given to this department and satisfaction in every instance guaranteed. . Having employed a snfflciont number of competent hands, the undersigned fools assured of being enabled to fill all orders in a workmanlike manner, and respetfnlly solicits the same. .. W. A. HAZELET. June 17,1863. V _ i /^tHEAP CHAIR AND CABINET \V WAKK-KOOMS.—JOSIAB SCBOPIELD. (Sue. e5Zof\to/Jalai -Cree,) MANUFACTU...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

Btttgs, f&efcmnesi; &e THE OLDESHHOUSEin TOWK As A notmioR drug store. IS MILLER & HENSHEyS, On the Northwest Corner of the Diamond 1 WHEBE CAN BE HAD, , -CHEAP FOR CASH, , '¦ ' ' .' ¦ ' :.- ' " - i EveryihinjrViind more tbra is usually ' kept in Drug ¦ ¦ • Stores. FOE INSTANCE, All Regular Drags, " ' Cough Syrups. ' - . Murray's Camphorated Cordial, " . . t will euro Diarrhea, Cordials,Certain Remedies, Rheumatic Liniments, Anodyne Cordial, - _ Tlie Infants Protecior And Mother 's Friend,' Worni' Syrnps, And Lozenges, • - Cod Liver Oils, . Fluid Extract Buclm, -\ , ' . Lindsay's Blood Searcher, s ' Sirsaparilla Syrups. And all other Standard Preparations of the Day. None Others Kept at thiB ttouse. ^ Soaps, about forty kinds; PiXPcUERY. the best of all kinds; . * - UottSE and Cattle Towde&s, that can ba relied on; fi ' Kerosene On, and LaJir3, anii KER0st.fi; Lamp Chbixets T;H AX WILL WOT BKIAK,,' i ' iT . ' ' ' MILLEK&HENSHEY'S...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

HOU SEKEEPERS. EEAD l—GdllagficT's Sunritt Air-'fighll—Ji. New Flat 'iop Wui\INU STOVMS. The'plutesarovery heavy, and the •Whold tstoveis finished fn ' ii^uperioriiianuer. i warrant this Stove to bj superior to any Flat-Top Stovo now in the market, and rceptctfolly invite my friends and the public to call arid examine this Stove, of which there arc several sizes. I have- also a great variety of other C00KISQ STOVES of every style; PARLOK STOVES, new and beautiful patterns, together with a "heavy stock of bTOYES fur Ohurches.'-Stores, Offices, Hotels. Jtc. JOHN &. LUDWIG, Wholesale and Retail Dealer-in STOVES, I7A AND COPPER WARE. y. B.—I have been appointed Sole Agent for Gallacher's Celebrated Sunrise Air-Tight Cook Stove hr<:hambersburg. Pa. Jnne 17,1863. AT ETTEE, HAMILTON & GO'S Great Stovo and Tin Ware Store, corner of the IMaiiiuhd.can be seen the largest,best, and cheapest stock of Goods In Chaaibersburg. They have COOK-' ISG STOTKS for Wood and Coa...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 12 August 1863

SALISBURY EROS. & CO., A'O.,37 DORRAXCE STREET,axs& C7 . WEY BOSSET STPvEET, PEOVIDKKCE, R. I., Proprietors of one of the most citcusive J E WE Lav MANUFACTORIES in the Eastern States, By toca.ll the. attentiin of the community gateratl f to _ t/i.e very. " 7 SUKPBISIJIG CHEAP KATK / At which they are offering their Golds! PAB BCBPABSUtO BpJh Foreign and Domestic Mannfcctnres In peint of Elegance and Real Durability I t" FOE INSTANCE: »V X Tor Taitxs Dvuavb, wo £jrward, nicoly carded and packed la good order, tbo following enormous quantity of Jewelryequal ionnish toanyPlatod Goldand not to be reeogninedfron) Qold only by the trying of acids 4 Sot Enamel Test Chains; 2 Plain Florentine Pins- 4 Ear Rings to match"; 2TwistWiro Pins; 4 Kar Rings to match; 2PlalnPinsj 4 Ear Rings to match; 25 Ladies' Kings, Double Heart and a variety of patterns; 60 Union Emblems; BO Scarf PUmPlain and Imitation Coral; 2 .Donble-Glasa Lockets, engineturned; 0 Box '- ¦ j and Glass Pin...

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