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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

Btugs, MtWinmf &c NIXON'S COLUMN. , At no time since the commenement of Nix on's Drug Store, has there keen so i \ FULL AND COMPLETE .A STOCK j ' of Fresh and " PEEFECTLY RELIABLE MEDICINES To offer to those who are so unfortunate as toie compelled to indulge in such luxuries. The " . fact is, that unless there are large and rapid i sales, no establishment can supply its customers with strictly fresh and re- ! liable remedies, in the shape of Drugs and Chemicals. Time affects with much-more ¦ " ' ' rapidity many more arti- j oles in medicine than in any -j , " othermerchandise,hencethene . i cessity of rapid change of stock to ; secure to the purchaser just what is wanted. NIXOK i3 able, by rapid change' s ' in 6tocb, always to - present the very best to his customers. He desires to keep the above facts before the community, and to solicit a , ¦ continuance of favors. In connection . with his full 'stock of DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, v • -I- ¦ I he offers a full assortment...

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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

MefcicaL HELJIBOLD'S GENUINE PRE PAH-iTION.. . • ! •^^f^rt» HIGHLY CONCENTRATEDCC«I FOrafD FLVWi- EXTRACT BUCHTri- -- - - - A positive and specifie remedy for Diseases of the, BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, and • • . ¦ • DROPSICAL SWELLINGS., " : ' ~^~ ' /' ¦ , - ¦ ' ¦ Xtis medicine increases ihepower of Disostion and excites the absorbents into healthy; potion, by- which the Watery or Calcareous DBPOsifions,,anda]lUuhatu- • ral Enliirgetoonts are \ reduced, as well as Pain / and Irfflammation, and is GOOD FOR USS. WOMEN AND CHILDREN. QELM/BOLD-S EXTRACT BUCHU, / For Weaknesses arising^from BSCESSBS, HABIT3 OP DISSIPATION, / EARLY INDISCRETIONS, /' OR A?USE. • . . ATTKXDBD WITB THE FOLLOlTOfG §TlfPTOJIS: Indisposition to liXertion, , Loss of Memory, • I . \ Weak Nerves, Horror of Disease, Dimness of Vision. - •._-'- Hot Hands,..-1 - Pallid Countenance, U ' Drynoss of tbe Skin, Univi*!al Lassitude of the Musoular System, Lte ot Power, ¦ '¦ Difficulty of Breathing, i- Trombli...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

(Eoal, fUmfcet, ^c> G. A. IJEITZ. ' TKXC'H M'DOWELL. DB I.TZ & M' DO WELL j WILL,PAY THE RtGIJEST PRICE -IN CASH FOR -I : ; FLOVR, WHEAT, .' j !; RYE, - ! j - . ; CORN] ¦ j- ( OATS, . . : CLOVER SEED, j ; 1 TIMOTHY SEED,, : And all kinds, of .' ". ; " • - ¦ ' - « * PRODU.CE. ^ ii i ' ' ! '- r . i AH)SISDS OP ¦ \ | ' SALT, * - ¦ :!" i l-COAL, - ' ' - - ¦ ! 1 ' ' . ! I \ LUMBER,. . j ¦ ^ -«- CEMEM, \ I _ ; . ¦ ¦ PLASTER, K ' . '. : ' » AND SAND, , [ 1 j - ; FOIt SALE, . CE4aTpOE\c A . 8H . ' * - AT . ; ' DEITZ ^ M"DO WELL' S ; i ¦WAREHO&SE AND COAL YARD , Near the Railroad Depot, ¦ CHAMBEBSBUB6, PA: AND ¦ ¦ ' ¦ On North Carlisle Street, GKEEITC1STLE, P E N >* ' A Jnne 17. '63. ' !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

. ... First Mortgages, amply secured.( $1,993,831 48 Real Estate, (present value $138,322.47,) cost 128^70.77 Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Securities.. -..; -. 84,626 99 Stocks, (present value &)8,366 16,) cost ,. 84,901 SO Notes and Bills receivable 1,519 SO Cash „.. .:.; 76,312 03 • . . ¦ ¦ $2,369^91 CS Advanco in valne of Real Estate over cost, 9,351 70 Advanre in Talue of Stocks over cost 13,473 60 Toial $2,302116 39 tS" The only Profits from Pretnlnms which this Company can:divida by law, are from Risks which have been determined. Extract from the Charter of tht Company. " But the moneys received as premiums npon risks which remain undetermined, andaro ontstandingat the time of declaring such Dividend, shall not be considered its part of the profits of'said Corporation, or divided as such." ¦ . - J803 ; tauranw. T^EANKLm INSUEANCE COmI JJ PANY OF •PHILADELPUIA, No. 435 and 4S7 Wiestnut Street. . . Capital - : $400,000 00 Perpetual Premiums, .-. 895,824.63 tJ...

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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

jSatftto, fatness, &c SADDLERY! SADDLEET .!-^addies. Bridle. " , Harness, Collars, Trnnts, Valises, 4c. Sign of the. BOKSK COLLAR. JEKE1IIAU .OYSTKR respectfallfretnrnshts tlianks toWs patrons for the lioenil encouraseDieut refcivel from them heretofore, and ho wonld invite them anil the community generally, who may need any thing iij Jiis line, to give him a call at his OLD STAND, on tho Eaat Bide of Main Street, Chamlicrsbnrg, five doors South of Hnber & Tolbert's Ilnrdwure Store, where he keeps ' conrtantly on baud every variety of SADDLKRY AND HARNESS of his own. Manufacture, and ho is prepared to sell the same at terms that defy competition. -Kvery artioie offered for sale is warranted to be nwde of the best material and by competent workm ' <»fn«liTdi wjll be fully denionstrated on nn examination thereofij. TKUSKSAM> VALISES.—He- would also call the. attenHuu-of persons wanting a- good, neat, cheap and-Bnbstaninl Trunk or Valise, to his asso...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

TiroXDEBFUL SCIENTIFIC . V T DicJCOVBRY.—At tho present time thoughtful raiitiis everywhere are looking for the revelation at new and important discoveries in science, ami when a theory is liredontgd claiming to have discuTered now light auii to have removed tlio veil of obscuiity from a subject of thu highest importanceupon which much lias been written, it is proper that the claims of this theory bo presented and cnrefu\Iy oxaniiuetl :ind tested, wbiclx is destined to trauscend in importance to-suffering humanity, nil other diaQnvprietf. tfio lightning rod nnd telegraph nut excoptoiil. We hold that the hmmm s-yatem la but a galvanic arrangement, with its acida and alkalies, constituting thepofttircund ri^ative forcea. and that every mental and physical manifestation, either volnntaryfor involuntary, is the result off his antagonism; that digestion, circulation, secretion, and^xcrotion are wholly attributable to the law of electrical influences; that the nerves are the conductors ...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

T?C02s T 0MY IS WEALTH! I Pj cuns yook cauG a for t&lrtekx cekxs The Best and Cheapest Household Rentcdyin the World. . ~ j MADAME ZADOC POSTER'S G.EEAT COUGH REMEDY !, Madame Zadoc Porttr's Curative Balsam is warranted if *ed according to tb o directions, to cure iu all cases, Consbx. Colds. Wlioopius Congh, ABtjl-inn, audallaflfL-ctions uf the Throat imd Lungs. , Madame Zadoc Porter's Balsani It prepared with all the requisite care and skill, from a ¦omMnatiunof tlio beat reuiodiea the jejetablekmkdojn affords. Its remedial qualitiesnre bueil on its power to fctflist the healthy and Trgnruirs cir'jalatiorLot the bloodthrough the lungs. It is not £¦ violent ~^ emedy, bat emollient, warming, searching: and effective; can be taken by thu oldest person or youngest child. Madame Zadoc Porter's. Balsam ' ; " hasbeen ftR«l by tnepnblic for over 18 years ami has ncijnired itspreacnt salessiiup'y by being recommended by those who have ujpd it, to iheir afflicted friendti «nd ...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

ATE W PI R M !—COAL ! COAlL JJ^ LUMBER ! LUMUERI—Lp.O. KUKRT & 'SON, nMing purchasedthe Coal and Luurber Yji' rd of George A. Deltz. will c .ntinue to cor on the sniuo-business, mid willalwnys baveoa band a large supply bf Lumber and Coal. They will be prepared to'nil all orders Ht the shortest notice. They rcapectmlly solicit tlio patronage of the late firm and tfa> public genoiltllyand all who may desire,I'o.tl and dumber to givs them a call, feeling assured that no means will be spared to accommodate tho ue on the most re.u?onnbla terms. Jnne 17,'63-tf. LEO.KBERTi.SON. ' ISoote aitir 5j)o^> '- NEW SHOE STORE.—The Subscriber takes thiB method of informing the citizens of Chambersburg and vicinity, thnt he has just returned from Philadelphia with an ENTIRELY NEW £TOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every variety, style and pattern, and of the best manufactures. lie has no old Shopkeeper/on hind. Hfs whole stock isneto. GiveTfim acall—you.can-easily suit; yourself....

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Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

3Lix#&. of €r0tl TJENNSTLVANIARAIL ROAD i SUMMER TIME TABLE. \,Fite Train) Daily !o .ancl from PhUadcIpItia, on arid after MONDAY, AFRILXtth, 1863. - j I. •-, The Passenger drains of the Pennsylvania Ifeuli/oaa Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisborg/and Vliiladelphia as follows: . " ! ' EASTWARD. ¦ . ; THROUGII EXl'RKSS TKAIN! leaves HarriSDurg daily at 2.00 A. a, and arrives at West Philadelphia ot C.10A-. 11. { PAST LINE leaves HarrUburg daily (except Monday) ut 5.45 a.m., and arrives at West i hiladelphia at 9.56 a.h. Passengers taie breakfast atjtaicaster. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via :Mouot Joy, leaves Harrisburgat 7:00 a.m., and arrives at West Philadol-*yh\nKtVt.25r.ji. FASI MAIL TKAINla-ivos Birrisbnrs daily (ejeept Sunday) at 1.00 p. it., and arrives at West Philadelphia ,it 5.00 p. is. ¦ ' t . HARP.I3B0RG ACCOMMODATION THAIS, via Cojnmbia, leaves Harrisbnrgat 4.00 If. S., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P.M. ! WESTWARD. BALTIMORR EXPRESS TltAI...

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Id=254 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

¦VTORTHEEN CENTEAL EAILL* WAT!—SUMMER TIME TJBLE. Three trains dolly to and Iron Baltimore and Wash'ngton City. Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Raiload, toand fromPittBbnrg and theWest. I TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and Vest branch Susquehanna, Elmira,and allot Northern ' ,'ew lork. • j - - On and after Monday, April ZOth, 1863, the Passengor raina of the NorthermCentral Railway will arrive at nd depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, ^ SOUTHWARD.. MAIL TRAI!J leaves Su ' nbury daily (eicepr t Sunday)...,. : 10,10 A. Jf. " leaves Harrisburg...: ' 1.15 P. M « arrives at Baltimore: 6.35 p. H. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury dally (except Sunday).^ 11.07 P. H. 1 v " leaves Harrisburg (except - i ilotfdiy) 2.00 a. H, " arrives at Baltimore daily, • " (eieeiit Monday)..-.......... 6.15 a.m. HARRISBTJlfQACCOMMODATION leaves / HarrBBurg 6^0 A. a. I V NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimorexaaily (exv. ." cept Sunday) ."...... 9.15a.m. \ " leaves narrisbn...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

. 1862. ,' ' 1863. \T7"INTEE AEEANGrEMENT:— YY CUMBERLAND VALiJeYAND FRANKLIN RAILROADS. , [¦'• — ' CHANGE OP HOURS.—On and after Monday, November 17,1662, Passenger Triins will run daily, as lollows, (Sundays excepted) : j FOE OHAMBERSBUBG AND HAR-¦ - " . RISBUR&: - j A.M. P.M. Leave JTngeretWn J 7.00 2.45 ¦' Grooncastle ; X 7.37 ' 3.36 f at..i .17 .29 f Arrive at...} 8.17 4.' - >9 Chambersburg < .. I {.Leave at....; 8.30 _ 12^5 Leaves Shippen'burg... ¦ 9.iiO ¦ ' 1.28 •• Newville i ~. 9^2 r 2.00 ¦• Carlisle . ' \ 10.10 2.42 " Mechanicsbnrg 1.; 1042 3.12 Vrrivo at Harrisbnrg J .11.15 3.40 FOR CHAMBERSBURGAND HAGERS-^OWNt. A.M. P.M. Uaves Harrisburg . ' ...! 8.05 ! 135 •• Mechunicsbnrg i 8.47 2.15 " Carlisle ' . 1 9.27 .2.55 . '< NewviHe .'. t......... 10.02 3.29 '• Bhlppensburg J, .10.33 4.00 -Irrive at Chamlrersburg :.... J t 11.00 4.30 Irfmve Onambersburg A 11.10 4.40 ". Grocaoastle J -..11.5S - 5.30 ^ Arrivo at Harrisbnrg J .12^5- 6.10 ifiT Makius...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

NEW AIR LINE EfpUTE.—Three Traini-Daily to New York and Philadelphia. On and after Monday, AfriliOth, 1863, the Passenger Trains will leave the Philadelphiaand Reading Railroad Depotat Harrisburg, for New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz: ' ; ' ¦ ¦ EASTWARD. EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 A. jr., on irrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the West, arriving in New York at 9.30 A. M.. and Philadelphia nt 8.20 a. 51. A sleeping car is attached to the train through from Pittebtirg without change..-MAIL TRAIN loaves Horriaburgftt 8.00 A. M.,arriving in New York at 5.3U p. M., and Philadelphia at 1.50 P. M. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg»t 2.00 p. M,, arriving in New York at 10/25 P. M- and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M. WESTWARD. ¦ FAST LINE Waves New Yorkat 6.00,A. Hand Phila Jelphiaat 8.15 A. M., arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 p. M MAIL TRAIN leaves New York ftt 12,00 noon, and Pliiladelpbiaat 3.30 P.M., " arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20 P.M. • I >, EX...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

HAEDWAIIE A^D CUTLEEY J . W. W. KNIUIIT k SON Importert* i»nd Dealers in , v AMERICAN, BNMLISH AND GERMAN HARDWARE, 509 Commerce Street, Between 6th and < tli .ml Market and Arch Sts PhiUulelphia. ? , aug.5, '63-tf ! QHOEMAKEES ATTENTION.— )^ We have always on'hand. Shoo Thread, Lasts, Boot Trees, Leathers, Shoe Irons, ic, 4c. Jnne 17, '63. ¦ ] MYERS & BRAND. "VITEE&& BEAND are constantly ^TI receiving-fresh Hardware, to which they inTtto tne attenjion ot the public. Wo have a large, stock of Nails and-lron, which we offer at teduced prices. GENEEAL ASSOETMENT OF J\_ BUIBDING MATERIALS, such as Hinges, Bolts, Bcre'w-8, Locks, Olass, Pntty, &c. MYERS A BRAND: f\ILS AJTD PAINTS—Best Buck \J Head, White Lead, Linseed Oil, and all kinds o colors, at the lowest oasli prices. M YER8 & BRAND. A LAEGE STOCK OF CEDAE WARE, Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Baskets, Water Cans, Ac. l- MYERS & BRAND. i^i UM PACKIiN G AND BELTEN G. \JC Manilla H...

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

T? ELLIOTT, CLOTHIEE, South-JC •««< Corner of tin DIAMOND, next door to the Sank, CMAMBKIiSUUIiG, Irs just returned from the City with a larct stock of superior and seasonable Qonds, such as CLOTIif. CASSIMKRK9, SATINETT ' S, JEANS CHISDS, 4c. for Coats and VELVET.-! ,SATINS. MVlliEtLLKS,and other Testings: Also^-a very fine eeloctiitn of KEADY-SIADE CLOTHING, which ho is prep ired to i-oll at the very lowest mark"t prices. CDsroJtBll WORK.—As he employs a first-rate cotter, lin in prepared to make up all kinds of Garments, fir Jlcn and Boys, to order, in the best styles. Satisfaction will be guaranteed. - , - A large assortment of GestlemEn's FvRMsms<j-Gt>ir'i>, ouch as Shins, Drawers. Collars, Handkerchiefs, Siis* pemters, Oil pet Bags, Umbrellas, Ac, Ac, always on hand,' Olv« himacall nndsavo money. " [Junel7,*63. 4J. WHITE, Merchant Tailor, • ANO DEALER IN REHDY-MADE CLOTH-—(KOJtE MADK)— ' ' ' i CL TItS. i , . CASSIMEBKS, I VIS TINO.-J , ! - GENTL...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

HAEDWAIJK! SMITH 4 RICHARDSON, 611 Marhet St., Philadelphia. . 3. PEED. SMTH. | ' OHAS. RICHABM09 The undersigned wmild respectfully call the attention of COUNTRY MEHCHA.N^Sto theh- large and weU selected stock of "' . :- HAR-DWARE! Having madesptc il m rnngrments for tie Fall Trait, we flatter ourselves n cm offer inducements to purchasers that will full,fiiimei-ate the trouble of eiamining.our stock. V .- i^k unt a trial, ito convince the Country Trade, thm \\a .ire prepared to. sell low awl accommodate. w ' Our stock of Tablr. .ind Pocket Cutlery is unusually large, selected with rue ut,d including a variety of styles that cannot,but siii: ill-tnstca. ' We have constant >. \ on . baud a large assortment of BuildingHardware , " -" = !_ Tools, Cutlery. ' t s ~ FUes, i\.ol-r.oxM, and Chests, Saddlers, ' and shoemakers Tools' Screws, Nails, everything In short, pertaining to a first class-Hardware tore. Particular attention p;iidtoCountry orders. It is our aim to secure ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

(Eloping. 1863.1 .. - 1863. /ILOTHING EMPOEIUMj \J FRANKLIN HOTEL BUILDING.CORNEROlf ¦W iST M ARKET aTREKT and ttiB DIAMOND, CUAMj. BBRSBUK8. Ph. JOHN T HOSKINSO.V, Proprietur. . Tlio undcrcifmcd gives notice Co lite lesion atgeneronb aatrons nud tj " the public generally, that he has nuwon 4and,Viml offors lo purchasers, fur cash, the largul and most aUm'dhe ete fek of . " i READY-MADE CLOTHING, f «orthB Spring and Snramer" seasons, ever presented in this place Hw long established character for selling Clotbinff. unsurpassed in Style, Finish and Durability, ho is determined to maintain, and making his purchases in the Jintcrn Cities this eeason.at thopropitious time, enables him, to offer hia patrons garments at prices clienp*rt!iin,theche»pe«t.. Ilemakea thesestatetnenta in noi.iastinj or vain spirit, but auks a discriminatinc pnbtte to jrive him a c»U and decide"Cr themselves who ' , in the trade in this section, offore the best indncamen's to plirehaiers. The material uf e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

iilitt^ MMmUi T> EADING 11 AIL EOAD-—STJMri; MEB ARRA-»{H:MR!iT. • ' tiKEAT TRD.VKLI.VE from tho North an* Northwest for Philadelphia. New York. Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentowit, Koston, £c,, Ac.' Trains leave Unrrial-iirg for- Philadelphia. New York, Reading, Pottsville, nn>t all intermediate stations, at S.OO A. ' «, and 2.04 P.M. . Now York Exprost leaves Hirrisburg. at 2.15 a. a, arriving at New York at 9.15 the s.-un* morning.. Fares from Harris ' icrK! l'o New York $515: to Philadelphia $3.35nod $ .60. Baggage checked through. Keturuiug, leave N-iv York at 6 X. M., 12 Noon, and 7 p: m., (Pittsburg Kxjirttss.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.15 A. u.,and S.3O f. .v. " . - Bleipingcarsintl.o J>nw York Express Trains through to and from Plttsbu is "'ithont change. ' . Passenger* by th<>Untiiwbu:i Raliroad leave Tamaqns at8.S0'A.M.,and2. & p a., for Philadelphia, New "York , and all Way Point*. - " . ' . • Trains leave PbtLwilie at ...

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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

1863. ^ > 1863. nniLADELPHIA! AID BBE \_ RAILROAD.—This great line traverses the .Northorn aud Northwest comities of Pennsylvania to tho city •fBrie, on Lake Erie. \ ' It has be«n leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Ojmponj/, and under their . anspicos i* being rapidly ipenod-througbout its entire length. It Is now in uso for Passenger and Freight business iroin Harrisburg to Driftwood, (2d Fork.J (177 miles) on tho Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, (78 mileB,) on the Western Division! TIMKO? PASSENGER TRAINS AT HABRISBTTRGL MAIL TRAIN leaves North...- 1.15 a.m. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Nortlj - 3.00-A.a Cars run through without chanoe both ways on these trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, aud be« tween Baltimore and Lack Haven. 'Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express train both ways. ?or information respecting Passenger business apply Ut the S. E. Corner 11th aud Marfctt streets, Philadelphia. And for Freight business of the Company's Agents: ¦ S. B. Kingst...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 19 August 1863

TVTEW HARBWAEE STOEE. . X™ . ' - 1.B.EYSTKR wouldrespectfully ' ijiri.'-ni his friend* and tha puM<^ generally, thotin conneMiort withbj^ KEROSENE Oil. AND LAMP STORE, he has commenced the 1I.UIDWARE bnslnera. at his new Store room, one iI*hh- north of ¦ • ol. Huber's Grocery. 1 His Btock consists in the i.illovring artishB;-«iz : , Building Hardware, HouRe Furnishiti^ Got.ds, Table and Pi.ck.-t Cutlery, Mechanic*'Toils, ¦ . Nails b.> tiie small or k ' es ir'armiitg Utensils, such as — _ ^ ,-Shoves-, -' tpades, ~- ' ' 1-otU. ;. ¦ totato Lifters, ,~^ — ~ : ' cicythes, — . etc., etc. Also, Glass, Paints, pcnz»'e. Linseed, KeroM-ne ind Lubricating Oils, ' Lamps «f all 'Ascriptions, Ch.tnd Hers for Gas and Kerosene i Krnit Jars, best quality, 4c, tt. «5- Agent for S.ile i f EVANS t WATSON'S *lro Proof Safes , finlv 29,'63-tt

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