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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
R. k; B. - ¦ ¦ BADWAY'S.KEADY RELIEF Proves-ita superioriry to all other remedies, in relieving the sufferer of pain, el once. A Tew minntes Is sufficient to convice the most skeptical of its marvellous pouters. 8o«wift is its action in soothing th.o' moat violent pain, allaying irritation and inflamation, in transforming the rheumatic, tho crippled, and bedridden, to the enjoyment of ease and comfort, in curing Dynentery, t)i.iriheei and ail internal anil external pains, that patients ascribe its talremnnlc power to enchantment instead of!tho plain m»tleruf fact result* from its skilfully-combined properties. Whenever there is pain use it. , For Bale in Chambersburg, by Miller & Henshey. , its the Young or Old, Male or Female. — If you have bi-en saffenng from a linhlt indulged in by the YOUTH OF BOTH i>£JCKS, *BICH CAUSE8 80 MAST ALIMOHO STMtTOMS, /( un^ji than for Uarriagl, * And is the greatest evil wnich can befall HAS OR WOMAN. See symptoms enumerated in adver...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
The notorious guerilla Quantrell from Missouri, entered Lawrence on the 20th inst. and sacked the-town and brutally-mnrdered nearly .200 citizens. The list of killed and wounded numbers above one hundred and eig h^, a majority ofs whom were killed instantly. " The names cannot all be given now. From the ruins of the bnrned houses the charred remains of other victims are being ~ taken ^ But one . hotel is standing. Quantrell having spared it in consequence of his having made his .home there some years since without expense; its proprietor, however, was * shot. -The citizens were killed instantly, most of them in their houses with their wives and children clinging to them, - while the murderers placed pistols to their bodies and shot them. In one case the, guerrillas drove twelve men into a house and shot them, and then burned the building. The fiends stood on the banks of the river and fired into the people, killing and wounding scores, Twenty five negro recruits were shot. The b...
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
$,eto EtJbetiisettwnts STRAY BLACK : MABE.—I have in my possession a BLACK JIAHE. b. li ived to oolong to Mr. Joseph Uulbertsou. <jf Cnmbcrland Valley. Upon proving property and paying charges, she will be delivered to the owitcr. Address the subscriber at Colunibia.Pa. [l>ng2Mt] M. M. STRICKLER. PRIjNTTINCr OFFICE FOR SALE. —In conseoaenceof the death of J. JI, Bradley, of t!i«J?irm of. J,M. Bradley S Co. tho undersigned will sell at l>nblic •sle.Vw &xturdag,the\Zth day of Stptr.m ter.theeniiro . establishmcnt ot«ho •• MEttCJSKSBUKG JOURNAL." Toayoungminhtvin^apracticalknowloUge of the business, this offers a rare chance, as the Job Work of thfOHico, In a large measure, sustains the expeases, distinct from the subscription list and advertising. ' Sale will take place on- tbe preniiew at 2 o'clockP. M. Terms moderate;—Oue-fburth in hand, balance in six semi-annunt payments. JAMES O. <ARSOK, Surviving Partner of aug26-t» J. M. Bradley k Co. T...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
• Stevenson, Ala., Ayg. 23,—The sdvarjec of the Army of the Cirmbertand appeared in front of Chattanooga on the 21st, and bpen-^a^fire on the city at 10 A. 31. : The enemy replied from 19 guns, mostly etatM guns, which did. tittle dumage, but iti-«o with one 33-poun * dcr, which swept tho ^ opposite shore. On(j fire from it killed a h6rse and took off the leg of A. B. McCook; ;of Wly ' s Battery. ;. ,. ; | Our fire was very destructive, and evtiry taitery which opened on us was dis'ablcdJ—Lilly threw shells with great precision- Into the embrasures of the enemy. j ¦ The works of the enemy on the river are reported very strong, the parapets not bekig less than fifteen feet wide. ' !' " Contrabands report that Johnston had . arrived with two trains of troops on the 20th, gttperceding Bragg, who had retired to At'l&nta. This is corroborated by citizens, j A large steamer was sunk by oar fire . and jrsmslleronedisabled. _ ^ : | ' A train of wagons and the mules .of one ¦batt...
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
ROOF IJNW. , . XOOtJ.VG Jftady to nail donn, jlUOFISG more Jurablr than Tin. - ROOFJXO at half the enftof Tin. ROOFING far Sttntnr Plat Roof, READY ROOFING FOB HOUSES, ¦ FOR CHUKCHKS, FOB FACTORIES, ' ' FOR BARNS, -FOR ALL BUILDINGS! This Roofing is made of the heaviest woven fabric ever used for the purpose.—Manufactured solely by ourselves and seemed by Patent. :'., '. ¦ . Put up in rolls and shipped to all parts of tha country, and usually for salo by hardware merchants and builders. It can be aDplieil by aaycommon workman. We also mannlocture. LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT, TOR UCTAIltraO LEAKY-TIN ROOFS! CBKAPEB .THAN OIL PAINT, - HEAVIER BOUYTHAN OIL PAINT. MORE DURABLE TBAN OIL PAINT. It forms apcrmanotly adhesive, elastic coating over the whole surfiice, of the tin. filling up all.the smaller BUST HOLES, Arid often saving the expense of a now root OUB COMPOUND GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT , is ojpocially adapted, to repairing LEJKYlSniNGLE JlOOfS, CBlkNISS, ¦ SKYLIGHTS, jf-e., rfc...
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
TTNIVERSAL CLOTHES WJRIN \J GER. \.,. 1. hlftilS FAMUTWEIyOER. 410 ft No. -¦ Mediuh do do 7 01 No. Z\<j. do ilo do 6 o< No. 3. rla.iix da "do 5 5' No. f. J.AEd* Hote!. do : 14 O No. 18. Mi.eium LAVXbnT do ¦ f to run steam 1 18 0i y.k 2i. Ji<i,ae do do ( orhauil. / 30 <* Nvw 2}^ an'J ahavonoCogs. All others aro warranted No ' .;! h ' tho size, generally u^etl in private families. - ORAKi-K Jiiiti', of tho American Agriculturist, says o th* - " - "' ¦ UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER; *A chi 1 can rowiiiy wrinjjout a tnbfnll of clothes ii afcw min'ites. It is in rnility a CLOTJIES SAVEll! . « TpIK SAVKR! ,in«I a STJSfOGTH SAVEH1 Tho«n-r infe-of garments will alone pi>y a large per eentaueon it> cost Weihlnk the machine' much more than- l^AYS* i'lfll IT3KIF I1.VB11Y YEAK inthosavingQrgnvmrat> Tbero art^ever 'alkiniN. nearly alikdin general construe tion, but so consider it Importnnf that the Wrinjcer bi fitted with CngH, otherwise .i iniuot...
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
LIST OP LETTERS remaining in tho I'ost Office nt.Chnmbersburg. Aug.2n1863: Anderson Miss Gebhart & Ross I'lankhifam Jerom Mnrgeiett Grenn George Royer Miss Kate Bc'vtline Jdnnb Green Juhn B 2 SinerMo-iter.inckn Brooks Mrs Hester Ueitzenreter Mr S'iyh>th Peti-r rrfnkbil'.o Jot U Hntchison Lieut Singer D W 2 1 ittingei|Ephriam Jamui W Stuuffer Charles Iturtoii Mia* Mary Heiner Minerva 2 Stoncsefer John H Bitln«r Christian ilarday Elivihld N gni>ke Daniel B|tn'4r:MlraCHthe Jncops MrsSuphia Sulonbargcr Tohn Bowes George ' Kep' iart'RcV J L Stover Cbai Irs Belt BIwnrd L, Kress Capt W C Si<w Samnol BtrnhimerNathnn Kuhn Capt>Inrtin Smith Samuel G Cypress Wm C Ijonilon Alfred ShannabrouchGeo Connany Misa E J LehmmDwiiel D2 Saybolt Peter Cook Peter wngnkerLt A B .' Smith Eph-iam H Cook Georgeann Morr 'W MnJ B M Sharp fleorpe S Conper Philip Miller N W Soltubiirgernonry Onttnll W T Miller Mrs Mar- Terry Susannah 158 Ri-|,t P V M gref C Treher Williani W...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
T?AY ETTEVILLE ACADEMY.— JT Theannn&l opening of Fnyettcville Ac«dem . v ' wi!I tiu,e (il.icoon Wtdntxduy. Stpteiuher 2d, under tho charge of Mr A. E, Svixnst and Miss E. V. bwinsiT, of New Jersey. ¦ . This Institution is incorporated and loc ted in the vill nists of Fay-ettevllle/Kranklin County, I'a« six miler< from Chambort«bur7 in a healthy part of the country and with magnificent Mountain scenery around it. It is ilie'itetiini of theliutitntion and will beth\constaut aim of the teachers to impart practical thoriughncs' x in nil brunettes nt- Instruction. The school jear is divided into two sessions of twenty weekn each The Vail session begins the first Wedn i<day in Septunbor and clopo tbe ihir I .Tnendny in January, with a vnention of one week at Christmas. The Spring wa.Hion bngiris thefirat Wednesday in Feburary and closes the-ildoX^uno. TERMS: For En lish branchos t S 00 Sciencesand Higher Matbematics ;.... 12 00 For classical studies... , f5 00 Musi...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
TTALUABLE PROPERTY;AT f PRIVATE SALE.—The subscriber offers at Private Snlo 40 CRKS more or leasof first class Limestone Land, altnnted on Antietam Creek, 2 miles South of Wsj - nesboro', adjoining the lands of Daniel P. Good, David Stoner, nnii other lands of the subscriber. The improvements are a ntor« ami half BRICK HOUSE with Basement, with Stable *nd all other necessary outbuildings ; clo-"O to this property there are twolwells with pumps in eiicb,oneof which ts a nbvcr-failing stream. - Th ' ero is also on sa' il truct a two story L0Q i IIOCSE with B»»omoiit. Stone Blacksmith Shop, J«gSfable,andothor outbuilding*. To each of these properties there' is a fiiio selection of thrifty fruit trees; Huc'i as Apples, Peaches, Wnms,Orapc, « , ftc. A rare chance is hero offered a Blarksmith or WagonmnkiT. It would niaki' a very desirable homeitml N convenient to churches, sdiooi bonsai nnd Mill. rosseHwon will be given cm the fir<t of April. lS6i. For fin ther nartieu nrs inqui...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
DIED In Yicksbarg, of wounds receivedintbeassaultof 19tb of May. 1863, K. C VVasuisqtox, Captain commanding 1st H;iit,i Ion' 11th Infantry, U. S. Army. Oa the 1-ttli iust .in Qreencastle, Hiss UiP.i Louisa Au.lSo.1. in the 23d you- of ber age. On the 11th inst., in thi» place, Mrs. MahoaP.ei Jake Cbawtord,intlie41st year of hor age. " Death is a grain to iIiom, WIiiko life to God is given. Glfuliy to ffartbehe clused hor eyes, To upen tbem iu lluaren.'' Xin the 10th in«t., in St. Thomas -township, Ehha Jam OtPBf aged 7 dftntha tn<) ) dny. On the ltith in»t.,- in Gailford twp., DivisBirsu, Bgrd 37 yeare10 mnntUs and 7 da~e. OnthBl9tbinrt,inUuilfoVu tvrp n Mr. Johs' T»mr, nged 74 ^enrs, 2 months and 13 dnys. Oa tl.o 9th inst, st his residence in Willianwharg. Long Island. N..Y« after a long and fiainful iilness, of enlargement of the heart, Mr. Patbick II. IIeows, in the 4Ut year of his age. On tlie 15th mm., in this place, Rkka Fiu.icis . . iuf-mt dancrhter of Joseph And...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
CORRKCJTED WEKKL1 CHAMliEltSliURG. Au E.25, 1863. Butter ^ " 18 Washed -Wool 60 Ko.ia 12 Ojiwashed Wool .-.!.... ' 33 L\b» 8 Clover Sibd ;.... C 0(1 Ta*low s Timotht Sred i.... 2 oo Soap 4to« Fiax Skuo 1 2S Bacos Hams 12 I'ikkp Pea ' chis 3 U0 ItACOxSttiEs S UKF4JIED Peaches*.... 160 Soup Beans ifio Dried Apples _.. 1 00
Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Franklin Repository — 26 August 1863
i3oofes, j^tetumets, $tc SS. SHRYOUK, . ¦ • ' BOOKSELLER & STATIONER. *_ NoTTOCoupieshis Nb-wStoUS Eoosl, and ia prepared to transact business with greater facilities than ever. • " ¦ •• - -- ' . - BOOKS. > School Books, Miscollaneous Books, Toy Books, Law Books, Medical Boota, Sunday School Books, Military B«ok3. - ^j^ ' A. large assortment of Pocket and Family Bibles, ; BLANK BOOKS ' < Of all sizes, qualities and styles 6f binding, , . STATIQlTiHrt.. ^ A great variety of all kinds of VTritinBand Printins Papers, of French, English and American manufacture. Also, Envelopes nf.all sizoaand^uaHties, Ink, Pens, Pencils, India Rubber, Tapes, Seals, Quills, Copy Books, Blotting Board, Knives, Eraser? Writinn Sand; &e., io. ' GOLD-PENS. The very best Goto Prss in the markot, fully warranted, made by'Lardy W^Fairchild, of N. Y. • BLIND PAPKB. ' ' A full variety of patterns and qualitiea.' WALL PAPEE. Nearly Two fiuxoitiiD differsfit pattornn. together...