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i .',.F... 140 1Vh . R: S EV,DSi BY MAIL.-- ,- -
i iFlgiver Sifklifrora their cOmpeetifess lind•light
'‘-,,lrO l B ,l3l iLmin be-safely and speedils , -trail-Ins; rted" by
R 5 s 1 to any part of the country. thereby giving those
. - slthelive•romote from the larger towns and cities,
'Whezetthey cart be pruenroLuetirry in:pi/lie) chance
w ic k thkiso Hying. i n t h e oz, fo r preen rittg at a Mold-
Writteiall the choice and :.rare.Varleties.: ~ . .For - the
.Bfiteittplisheaent of this purpose:,we ofrer the Tollf 4-
fog collections, comprising the most ( beautiful ititid
AhowY Annuals. Biennials. and Perennials, 'which
•itill hire nt by- mail free of postage. ,to any, part of
the Ilizited States, at the following prices,:
. - t • ASTERS.
12. et, fine var. 4 /; 1 ,' ,1, 4 . net' 11PunysiPird . ,.....
24 selected_ •.. • • - ',.. i , 250
6 Splendid . " - Peoits-perfextion 100
• , tfiriest ' 7, ' adobe • , - ." 75
.10neatitiftel , dwrf. ehrysanthe'nf. ...... -1 00
1/I:3l l dendid ' 4 Giant Emperor ' • 150
3Op londid var. Reid 4 a new quilled 4 ' 75
3-' , "4 guest ' , Mr. Doable Cocardean 50
12 extra fine var. Pyramidal F,touquet- ' ' -1 00
12 superior var.. Quille - '- - ' • -i•' 1 00
8 beautifcd var. new - Ranuneulns, flow'd 75
4'vory fine var. new .11edgehog 40
.I'n addition to thesb I' nit up a collection of As
,teri-*biehl consider to be the ~ finest ever sent out,
sit,evitains,lo packages of mixed ,colors of the fol
linfing, kinds. viz; TraffaurslNew Peony,. Peony
clibotion, Gia Iru
nt Emperor, brique rompone,
erman Quilled, RenunculuS.l Iredge Hog, Reid's
, mProved, Latinparbit, and the beautiful new Aster
~I'tendens. NO one who delights- to grow fine flow-
Mc a o hin . fall to send fur one of these packages.-
tALSAMS, 12 finest prize Bats Mg 41 00
.lift.B.4llAN- orocKs; 12 supurb new Varieties, -••
..ten week large floweritie • ' - -1100
' 8 - beautiful new varieties, _ perpetual
--' •' large flowering.---:.:1„,) . „„., ' 7 i
" 12select prize, var.' Hollyhocks, Eng
. lisb. from Downie, Laird and lA-lag's -
,• " cetchrated collection saved from prize
I.lySinest.-varieties Marigold:- • ..... 75
6 Newest. " Marvel of Peru.. , 40-
5 Select • " Nernohpile,2ls
'l2 Distinct " Ornamental Grass_.:.... , -... 100
12 " - '" ; Gourds-- -,."... 1.00
s Beautiful " Phlox - Drummendii„ ...... _. 75
inest " • Petunias ! rio
ti..P.R3IAN FLOWER. SEEMS, 12 Splendid
var. Pinks, - Carnation' 2 50
" 12 Splendid varieties- Pink •Picutee 250
8 Distinct . " ATortulnees 45
' • & Finest - ' • " bisect Peas 40
,"=,tl Splendid var. Scabiesa large How'd_, 50
• ,• 8 Extra tine. ' Snapdragon ' 50
'l2 Selected " Salpiglossis 75
- " 12Superb " Wallflower, „double 75
• '' 8 Sup. new " Cockseordhs 75
" 9 Finest "Ca Iliopsis, 35
' " ' 6 Selected " Climhing plants..., 50
'2O ' '•' inelcding newest-. 200
Distinct " Delphinium 75
". 18 Finest " - Chinensls 75
A NTIRRIIINCIII IfAJLTS.
Album, pure white; 2 feet
• 'Want, crimson and White,; 2 feet
yophilloides, znamdficentlY striped, 2 feet..
etas. rosy carmine and white. 2 feet. ''' • '
etly, orange-scarlet and white, 2fcet -,...
Four., brilliant scarlet, 2 feet-
'Mixed • ' r
Downie, Laird and Laing's thick. Prize.. ....... ...
, ANAGALLiS, -- I
Garibaldi, a most beautiful vermillion var, new
.Napoleon 111, maroon, 1% foot,:
indite, blue, fine trailer, from'Nepanl, %foot.
arszewiczi,bright crilll:3ol3,fin m Chilia% feet
nditlora, lar,ge - flowered, bright scarlet, 2 ft
11Weet prize, frem Donie, Laird and Laing.
of Scotland -
teat Env Nish prize, double ? -'
- Camellia flower.
" Rose flowered.- ••
Persian pale yellow, sweet scented
? OtiE FLOWERED. Splendid mixed
itoottod, six beautiful colors niired--,
' . . ' CANNA INDICA.
Rad:lrma India, 2 To:et
*ClimPactit Flegaintissitna.larde, rcdish yellow,
• Tree floweriug. from Smith America, 2 feet...
• Warsceiviezii, brilliant red,' foliage striped,
: Central Atnerii:a. 3 fek -
-Finest prize, dwarf habit. large' combs, very
showy, ',1•1 ft
Idaeroccpbala tligantea. • brilliant red, very
large handsome heads, from Asia, 1 ft... -
Dwarf. rose, very beautiful % ft
Yollow. new and fine %" ft
Ziew Giant, very large, brilliant: red 1 ft.
iicitta Emma. a new French Sort, 1 1 ,4 ft.
• - CALGEOLARIA . 11133R11 A: -
+dpleedid mixed, bared from a choice collection
et:Obi-acing all the rich and varied colors of
this favordegreenhouse flower
grandidora, now large flowered,. splendid
hew Spotted, saved from a splendid collection '
of - Prize flowers by an eminent German tier
est; embracing all the rich and brilliant.col
en and markings peculiar to this beautiful
sod showy tripe of plants: ft
Riretib. mixed varieties, collected from •a
, Splendid collection of finest self colored and
avettedzorts. These arc half hardy peren
nials and adapted .for hedding out in the
open ground during sum trier,blooming abun
dantly throughout, the season
--- 7-- -----
Pine mixed 25
Extra Select, from prize flowers only' , 50
bikambbyfliant.-.* • ' • 100
Downie. :Laird Lang. of Scotland. Price 75
"rhe - varitins undermentioned varieties produce
fruits of the - most fth}gnlar and nrotdsnue nrkPear
samand "are very ddstrable as rapid elunt*ers
Fleindsue, Snake Cucumber, very handsome
Ojossu/arifolins, Gooseberry-fruited .........
Callippetalum. deep blue. profuse bloomer,
a 1 nimbly tulapted as edgings for large beds
Ellett:um. Bee Larkspur
rcirtosum, rich blue andwb We, the most hand-
Same slid ornamental of the - class making
j grand display- the first season, it' sown early
aranditiornm, dark blue..
fieedommi, blue and white, very fine
Trieolos,•new and tine
3 Rat= Spectahill is,
atittelkstos, best mixed .
' "Azurtun, red spotted
• •• egruleurn, beautiful 5p0tted........ ...
llrbtid-novnm. from the best named varieties
- DIANTHUS cIIINEr. , .ZSIS,
- Tedia'or China Pink, twenty- rare varieties
Alba, 11., pl., fine double white
Atha t3triata, double white. red striped fine.....
Reddetrigi. H. - eddcwig's new • Japan Pink: a
mostora4Mble acquisition from Japa.n,plants
abareely une fora' high. - very bv.hy and eay.i
tred with a profusion of Hower, which men
ware nearly . three inchesiri diameter, with
eolmeownsting. of rose. crimson and violet:
some are delicately marbled, others self-col
' Cored.-suitable fur the conservatory, bower
DIANTHUS CH IN ENSIS,
Il~xtdewiei,Hybrida fl., ph, Nora. new hybrid
towered: raised by hybredizing
Dianthus Heddewigi with the do able Garden
It Throws up strong flower statics,
dbout 114 ft. in height the flowers are both
ouble and semi-double, of the same size as
the Heddewigh the semi-double have the
same rich shades and colors, the doubles
parts colots without shades
Darintug, Sweet William, mixed' 03
Molvill's auraeular Ilmsiered - 10
. 4. ' double- mixed - ' 10
Gardrerialms, Tarioo colors 115
Y. , 'MW AND • CHt2 . lcF,', V.411 . 47 . 1ES OF 171,GE-
include in this list only Bnch as are new nuci val
*able and not readily obtained. The most of them
khsvenroeiyed from the.cclebrated English firm of
`Amer ik Co:,_Lpndon t and they can be. confidently
recommended, nicludnan a few American novelties
of great merit.
- "'CARTER'S SEET OSYTII BEET,
I oat= size, good shape, short top, rich deep
blood red color, tine tavbr, decidedly the
beat heed in cultivation. I gr,er this the-past
year and fumed it fully equal to" the recurn- -
mondation. , Per pk , *
HENDERSON'S PINE- APPLE BEET,
tocapaat. short top, roots medium -sized and - -
or atleep'erihison, goiNl flavor. Per - pkg.... 10
• LITTLE PIXIE CABBAGE,
Vilpy eerlyy,imatl. delier.te savor. 15
WHITE JAPANESE MELON.
4hia is Hie'finest flavored thin-skinned musk
melon- yet' introduded.• The seed is from
Japan. No lover of this 'fine fruit should
441.0. try Lhisa Tsriety.... ..Z
• r - WESLEY JONES, -
illa - robt4in"" Chatham 4 Corners, Col. C0.,,N. Y.
A ItTHUR H. BANDOLS, •
• MANUFACTURER OF ROSRWOODAND
GILT MOULDINGS, •
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES, .
- - ' of every description,
ILICT:Ootr Mr; 07 THIRD AND CALLOHILLST.,PIIILADELVRIA.
orders to:the largest extent promptly executed.
craOlited by 13. S. StiIIYGCS, etuun'tleraburg,
.X T WA; I.lsl - P.U. C E E - N T - S‘
personsseriding $1 Mai - select seeds at.' Cata
logue prices amounting to,. - - $1 10
_Personssending $2 may select seeds, at Cato.-
lonic prices amounting to 2 ,Z
Pe'rsons sending $3 - tnily select seeds at, Cala-
!ogee prices amounting to - '350
Persons sending $4l may select seeds at
togue prices amounting to • 475
Persons sending Skala's' select seeds at Cota
-' logne prices amounting to - '6 00
_Persons sending $lO muy select seeds Cata
prices amounting to ' 13 00
'These will be-rinkttP together and-send to one ad
dress, or in seperatepackageit and mailed to the ad
dress of ouch' individual forming a club, as May be
desired.--In all oases the postage.-Will he prepaid.
The same deduction will of course be made to ,any
person ordering; I would again call attention to my
:selection of Asters.: in collections. (for a description
see page 16,) whichil think is the finest ever offered.
I sellthe collection at; SIA yet if selected • ueper
ately from the Catalogue it amounts to $1.45. Also
my German:Stocks, 'Balsams, Pansies, Carnation,
Picotee Pinks, Cinoraria and Calcoolaria, eirc.,
alter which have been received from the most cele
brated growers in England, Rotland and.GermanS,
and ere of first quality: , If If should be- inconven
-lent for'y ake your nVfraelection, by enclos
i . mount you are desithus of , expending, and
taring Or what purpose the seeds aro required, you
may rest, assured that I will make the selections in
-the most judicious and liberal manner.
• Persons wanting larger quantity or wanting to
aetas agent will please address tne.
During the past two years, our collections ofFlow - -
, er Seeds by mail, have been sent to_ almost every
State in the Union, arid so far as we have learned,
, have given universal satisfaction. and it is our earn
est endeavor W.:make these collections not only
second to none, but to make them superior to those
sent froth any other establishmentin the country.
N. Ili Particular attention should be paid- to giv
ing The :Address, Teton, County - and State in full.—
c a t a l ogi i es will be sent to all applicants upon a re
ceipt of a three :cent stamp, Address
' •3.WE J
mart-2m Chatham 4 Corners, Col. co.. Y .
T . ANDRETIPS"I4:Gr'RIC ULTITRAL INI
.L.AI ELEMENT AND SEED WAREHOUSE,
- 21 and 'Si South Ni-rth. Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
DAVID LAI:DIU:TIT Pro tors of Blooms
date, which contains near four iundred acres, in
high filth, devoted to the production of GARDEN
SEEDS. tire now prepared to supply Country Mer
chants, Druggists and all others who deal in Seeds,
with- large or small quantities, by the pound or
bushel, and also i papers made ready for whiffing..
The Establislit nt represented by David Land
reth .t: Son, hash en founded nearly three-fourths
of a century.
Ther wide-spree pepUltarity, and the demand in
creasing from ye to year, for
Lands 's Warranted .Gaiden Seeds)
is evidence f the:high-value entertained for them
by the public. . -1
Landreth's Girden Seeds are not only filvorablY
received throughout the Uniou, but are shipped to
many foreign ports., Indeed it may be "stated 'with
natinnatpride that they come into active. eompeti
tion-with English Seed and British Soil.
David 'Landreth Son 'invite all who are not al
ready purchasers of their Garden Seeds, to make a
trial of them—assured that they will be found -fully
equal to their high reputation.
Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions.
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agricultural
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH &SON.
ang 12-Iy] ' Nos. 21 and : a - South 6th St., Phila.
c,IADDLERY!! SADDLERY! !!—Satl-
Ki dies, Bridles. Harness, Collars, Trim ks, Valises,
sigri of the HORSE COLLAR.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal eneduragement
received-from them heretofore; and he would invite
them and the community generally, who, may need
any thing in his line, to give him a call 'at his old
stand, on the East side of Main Street,, Chambers:-
hurg t five doors South of Huber & Tolbert's Hard
ware Store, where he keeps constantly on band ev
ery Varteti , of SADDLERY AND HARNESS of
his own-manufacture, and - he isprepared to sell the
same on terms that defy competition. -Eirery article
offered for sale is warranted to be made of the best
material and by competent workmen, which will be
fully:detuonitrated on an examination thereof.
. TRUNKS AND TALISES.—He would also call
the attention of persons wanting, a good, neat and;
cheap and substantial Trunk orValise to his assort
ment: ' inn e17,p3„
„, ADDLE AND HARNESg-MAN
fully-announce to his friends and the public gener
allv, that he , has taken " - the SADDLE AN 1) HAR
NESS SHOP forinerly,reeinpied by Matthevi Gil
man, dee'd, on West Markot Street, near the Conoco
cheague Creek, in the , Borough of Chambershurg,
where he manufactures Saddles, Bridles and Har
ness, and,has constant's ;hand an excellent as
sortment of Collars, WhipS,
Ile employs none but: the'hest df Workmen; and
constructs all - work from th eh est material. TRUNKS
and VALISES constantly on hand; all of which will
ho sold as cheap as the cheapest. , A continuance of
the former patronage of the - shop is most respect
fully solicited. Utin17,43.1 JAS. B. -GILLAN.
L!! corn Wli r
o i rg: I.- I-
W ll N l V P ; s LiLlrrnand
Washington . Streets, Chambersburg, Pa., manufac
turers of ail kinds of WHIPS, such as Wagon, Car
riage and Riding Whips, of various sizes and of su
perior quality, which they offer to the public, either
by Wholesale or Retail. at very moderate prices.—
LASHES of all lengths kept constantly on hand and
for sale by the dozen, very cheap. They also manu
facture superior-HORSE• COLLARS., to which they
Order* from a distance solicited and promptly at
last ROAD- GEARS, COLLARS,
-LP- HALTERS, and airs- thing in the Leather line
belonging to the Saddler's business, always on hand
and made to order, and on reasonable terms_at
GORDON'S, opposite the Indian Queen Hotel, Main
Ct .0 R D 0 N HAS A SUPERIOR
►-lot of SADDLES, HARNESS. BRIDLES,
STIRRUPS, SPURS, which he wilt sell cheap
for mill or rood trade.
T RES H. GORDON, sliGeeS4A' to
‘-/ Gordon. gives notice to his customers and
others. that he is still at the Old Stand, opposite the
_lndian Qaeen Hotel, Mein.St., Chant hereburg, Pa.
E .PAIRING DONE AT SHORT
IA; notice, on reasonable terms. by C. H. GOR
DON. He invites his friends to call and seo him.
- ,forWarbing pouseo.
Tli C H NEAD,
v FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AIRRCHANTS.
North Secorisilitreetiopp_usite the Cumberland Val
ley Railroad Depot. Chatribemburg - Pa. - • - -
Cars ran regularly to and from I l hitadelphia and
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell - 4 liinehrn an, No. SOS
Market St.. Philadelphia.
— Aykens Valley . , Broken Egg anti Nut COAL, (di
rect from the mines). Wilkesbarie tind Pine Grove
FOUNDRY COAL. LLIII3ER."SHINGLES, SALT.
PLASTER and Hancock CEMENT kept constant
ly on hand. FLOUR, tHiAIN anti PRODUCE of
all kinds purchaged at the highest cash prices.
Eapt9,63. WUNDERLICH & REAP.
.1.1 FREIGHT THROUGif 70 NZli" YORK WITIIOLT
TRANSHIPMENT. The undersignedwould respectful's'
inform the public, that they are prepared to ship all
kinds of Produce, Merchmidisel &c., from Cham
bersburg and Greencastle to -New York without
transhipment, andlieliver it at New York as quick
as it can be delivered in Philadelphia.
The attention of Millers and Shippers is respect
fully invited to this new arrangement. For farther
information inquire 1- , f
LIEITZ & McDOWELL, Agents.
feb 24-tf Chamberslanrg and Greencastle.
Tnog.L. GILLESPIE. LTA COR ZELLER.
ILLESPIE I ,ZELLER & CO.,
-PRODUCE 8: PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AND WHOLESALE (11?OCERS,
North-West earner of - Sixth and Market Sts.,
GEO. R. AYEItS ,respectfully announces that
he is prepared to 'do every' description of PROTO
GRAPHIC COLORING and RE=TOUCHING with
Photographs contptning defects in p6rtraiture.
blotches, and injuries froin dampness or exposure,
can be easily remedied. -
Persons having Daguerreotypes, Se., of Deceased
Friends, can have them cgßied. and GoodZikene fees
Restored, suitable for framing.
Apply at S. S. Shryock's Bookstore; Chambers
LE -0 T 0N . —An Election of
FIVE MANAGERS and a TREASURER of
the Chambersburg Turnpike Road Company _will
be held at the - Public House of Michael Grove, in
the Borough of Chambersbnrg. on Monday, t4el4th
day of March, at 2 o'clock, P. M;
marchZ-2t • • cIIAMBERS.Pres't.
T.I4E — dRA,YBF:. - RRY
--: _ •
..is,mxich more maw atul-sucessfutiis the - .-
CPMMONDRT.SOIL PF PRIVATE GARDENS.
':XARKET GARDENS, OR IN • '
FIELD CULTURE, - -
than in tho•tunial clumsy *ay in :bogs and meadows:
The }field this Season, in my,method
C . - of +attn .- ie. - vas over _
FOUR HAINDRED . BUSHELS PER OGRE.
Ezplicit (I.irotionii for . cultivation„, with. gripo.4of
*CRANBERRY- - PLANTS
AND ALL OTHER'USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
ThEES,PLANTS AND SHRUBS,.
be send, by mail. Plants prepaid by, ,r mail.
B. M. WATSON:
' • Old Colony Nurseries,
TRE•.ES AND PLANTS
OF ALL KINDS.
DICIIEGOVS . , AND 'EVERGREEN,
in all sizek,' - atloW rates. Purchasers should
send for - now '
PRICE LIST' FOR 1864,
Carriage paid to. Boston, Newport and NOw•Ycirk
B. M. WATSON, •
. . .
. i . Old Colony Nurseries,
_ - . . . •
p A,N D SEE D-S
Prepaid by 'mall. 1
IN EA T 4" . A
- . PRICE LOST NOW READY;
- B. M. WATSON. s
F RESH. GARDEN SEEDS
for H 64..
GARDENERS, MARKET GARDENERS 1
AND . OTHERS.:
.P . L" CFIA 8 ' 15 ; 0 8P:IS DS IV -
SMALL OR LARGE, QUANTITIES,
by Bening a list of what they require,
WILL RPCEIVR THE SAME BY RhtußN .
' • ' OI MAIL,
with the lowest possible prices annexed for cash..
• CaItRIAGX PAID TO
BOSTON AND NEW YORK.
' Seeds pre-paid by mail.
Old Colony Nurseries.-
TO AGENTS AND DEALERS
' T DES A Ni)_ ' •
TO e-C B .4- • ,
j'holcsaie Catalogue foi• -1864
IS NO' RI WY.
Carriage of Packages paid to ;
' BOSTON:, NEWPORTAIsiDiNEW, YOWL
I • • r - B. M. WATSON,:
- i Old ColortyNrirseries,
march 1 2-3 m • a Plymouth, Mitiw.
GRIQULTUIIAL CHEMICAL CO'S
- CHEAP FERTILIZERS.
This'Fertilizer is composed of night nail :and the
fertilizing elements of urine, combined, chemically
and mechanically with other valuable fertilizing
agents and absorbents.
It irreduced to a pulverulent condition; ?emir for
immediate use, and Without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing properties.
Its universal applicability,to all crops and soils,.
and its durability- and active mantles, are well
known to he all that agricultunstS can desire.—
Price, $25 per Ton.
Ch EMICAL COMPOST,
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal mat
ter, such as meat, bone, fish, loather, hhir and wool,
together with chemicals and Inorganid fertilizers,
which decompose the mass, and retain the nitrogen
ous elements. It is thoroughly impregnated with
urine, and the thinner portions of night soil.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops gen
o ink especially for potatoes , and garden pur
'Joni. • •
It. excellent qualities, strength and cheapness,
have Made Wvery popular with all who have used
it. Price, $25 per 'Ton.
TREE AND FRUIT FERTILIZER.
It is a highly phosphatic fertilizer, and is liarthiu
'lndy adapted tor •the cultivation of trees, fruits,
lawns and flOwers. It will promote a very vigorous
and healthy growth of wood and fruit, and largely
increase the quantity and perfect the maturity of
the fruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be found an indispensable article to
secure their greatest perfection. It will prevent and
cure'disoused conditions of the peach and grape,
and is excellent for grass and lawns.
- The formula or method of combining its 'constitu
ent fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of eminent chemists and scientific agricul
turists. Price, z,;50 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
The Aarieutturol Chemical Company manufacture
Phosiihato of . Lime in accordance with a new and
valuable formula, by which's very superior article
is produced, so as to be afforded at a less price than
other manufacturers charge.,Practical tests have
proved that ita value, as a fertilizer, is equal to the
best Phosphate of Limo in the market. Price, $45
TERMS CASH.—Cartago and Freight to be paid
by the Purchaser.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL ;CO'S WORKS.
AT CANAL WI-LANF, °NIUE DELAWARS.
Office, 41.3% Arch Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing
full directions for using the above , Fertilizers, sent
by mail free, when requested. [march 2-3 m.)
ATETWS L 0 W MAXUFACTORY.
Counn. OP WASOINOTON, AND, SECOND STREETS,
Gilman's Implored Promiim Ploris, and all other
Plows now in g. eneral use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS, both wrought Iron Share and Solf-sharP
cuing, yarrows, Hoe Harrows, Cultivators, Plow
Castings; and Wagon Boxes constantly, , ati hand, or
Farmers shouldlcar in mind that Plows purchas
ed of Me can be repaired at less trouble or.exponse
than those that are made a great distance from
home, Call; see and be convinced.' °
Ho has also pnrehnsed the right tamanufacture
and sell • Slermmons' Patent Iron Double Shove
Plows," which he keeps Constantly on hand: ,
Blacksmithing in all' its' various -- brtuachei, also
carried on at the aboviketnned_placo:
feb 21-3 m ABRAHAM . METZ.
' agrittlitiltaL /
rat tr A R AL ' IMP LFAVEIC S
/42+.7D - MACii4;.' EiteT '
Wo RionoN*• rirepared to fill lirderi for
©GRICUVEUItAL.IMPLEM TB AN,I)
MACHINERY'-OF ERY OF ArIT.,
1134011 a SMALL TOOLS forithe i Atila . ant Ga'r-
Hoes. Forks, Rakes. etc
Lind • •
Scythes; and Scy&c-Stones,
` - and AgriCulinialllardvrare
We offer, also. Mao
' • -
Coffee atolfiraia Mills, - ' -
• • Sugar hlills for'Geoeers! use,
'Store Trucks of various patterns:
- .;Wheel-Barrows - ,._erd.
E" - ,T - I L s " ;
• I of ail kinds. snob a'
boa's SoußhostiPate of Liu!a,
• trure Ground Bo'ne, ' •
Perniiou GUano aragouclrette.
IN OVR:SEED IPEPAETiIENT
will te"fdttitdti dompleti3 aelection thibest kinds
Of Vegetable; Fl9wer
and Seed Grain;
raised ei - pressls for us by the most reliable „,
AISRICALNiAND'FORtiGN , GROIyERS:
The unremitting personal attentiort!of-the best
Seedemon is given to their 4u4ity, t and our enstinn
ere may rely on illeirfreshaegexl;purity in all re-
We sell in small or large quantities to salt mamba
sus, and send lasmall lots br mail to all parts,of
Lars to all dsiOiligt.hem. • •
R. H ALLEN k C 0.,.
189, 101 ' Ittnd 193 Waterl Street, /stew York
The improreiti. . . , •
_ 4141,1PP.E1t 11.11iViriNG1I.AbEEINE,
with Steel NildihiPingei-Bar nud twoi
f • Drive-Wheels..
a now ready fof sale. •
In convenience - and- lightness of draft, this 4 1. sn-
Peeler even to tjte old Style of l All9n Mower solong
and s° deservedly popular',
It tins literally no frame, and neatly 'll its parts, ,
with the aseeptien of Drive-Wheels and Gearsolie
Made of gteel (ri Wrought undiSfaleablc iron. It is'
thus tflo 'strongest and lightest- neachine in the
- ! ,
rnarkot. , • • -inatlf4rr t
•4•••••• G RIGULT. ULAit • I,NPLF.MENT
WILLIAM L. BOYI.M'it. BM).„
Sixth Street and, Germantown Ai•enne,
_ Manufacturers:or the
.gr;i11111171VATIIC Grist Mill[
RORSE:TOVERS Atiti iTElßEsratpq,
Chvlar Saw Machines, Corn;
, Sheller, Grain Fans; '
Cultivators, ; '
and every variety' of airprovW
11,11. Send fort Cireulczr and adders
'WM. L. BO,YER k ORG..- •
mayls-1Y : I Philadelphia; Pa;
-317 Nil, A. E D
PACIFIC OL" - .A.NO. , ,
Areal, guano. containing-from; sevelltY to eighty
peccent of P S P BATE OF LIME. to ,
which haS been added, by a chemical process, a large
per centagO of actual Amuninin, so fixed : that it can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not suPbrior to
any other fertilizer. -
Pamphlet. , ' tvith copies of, Annlisors by Dr. Jack
son, Mas... State Assayer, and Pr. Siebig, of Balti
more. and testimonials from scientific Agriculturists,
shuwing its value. Can be obtained from
= J. 0 BAKER, A: CO.,
'march 2-Iy. S 7 Wall Sereet, .New Yorlti
DREITHIN CHESTER WHITE PIGS.
Progeny of Hog§ thatinwe taken State and
• VICIOD . SrATES PAEMITTAIS. • -
•- - -
Sent by Express to, all ourts of the 'United States.
Ca nada r pub a and South Americo. in .tirs not akin,
Address, - N. PI BOY.BII SCO
mar 2-4 m) 'Coatesville, Chester Co., Penna.
iir U , Nki lA'S CiELtBIiAT.ED
Bitter Wine ofdron. - .
Bitter Wine Of,lrolL, • f
Bitter Wine of , lree, :
Bitter }Vine ofJrou.
':, , The ,cireat Tonic
- q--- , " - - The Great ',Tonic
--, ; , The Great Tonic
. . ;--;;:: ', 1 " . The Great Tonto
FO T Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
For DysPepsin/4d Indigestion,
For Dyspepsia mid Indigestion,
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
For Weak Stomachs aim General Debility
• ' For Weak Stomachs and Gene - ral-Debility
For Weak.Stornachs 'and General Debility
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility
Reliable and Sure to do Gond, .
Reliable and Sure to de; Good,
ltoliable and Sure to do Good, - .- •
Reliable and Sure to do G o od, •
—; And Cannot do Haim
,And,Cannot do Harm
And Cannot do Harm
Arid Cannot do Harm
It Costs but little and Purifies the Blood
It Costs but little and Purifies the Blood
It Costs but little And Purifies the Blood
It Costs but little and'Puritlet the Blood
We only ask a Tr
• We only ask a Trial.
We only ask a Trial.
We only ask a Trial,
Of this Valuaiile Tonic.
Of this Valiiable Tonic.
Of this Valuable Tonic.
Of this Valuable Toni&
Only 75 Ots. find One Dollar per Bottle.
Only -75 Cts.ntol Otte:Dollar per Bottle.
' Only 75 flts.'antfOneDollar Bottle.
- 75 Ceti. nna Otto' Dollar Per Bottle.
Manufnet area aoiely'br S.-A. lIIJI r sTKEi -
General Depot, 118 Market. St., Harrisburg. Paz J.
S. NIXON, Agent, Cipnlier t ibttrg, Pa. oe234ai.
1 86.4 PHILADEL,PHIA. PA-
Bau Ric Pfvfmcapqs.—nowp4.,
WALL PAPFI II B a AB7 I MPINDOW CC(RiALL
Cor. Fourth and Market'SnLiPhiladelphia.
N. B. A fine stock of LINEN bIIADES conatao;
ly on hand. , - - -fert-Sul;
/rim; `ants ant 'MUM.
ITIREF4 : II - TEE tgif - 711tES ti!
ThiPORTAiiT TO vißmt,Rs .3.ICD
RARE CHANCES INDUCEMENTS
,• , i
large APDIe Tomes. sa96
s for saloon rptugulitblo terms, eons
*/0 tho custom of planting 'juke - apple" trees 'along
the fences of Farms is beginning to attract the at-
tentiori it deierves, the above offers fair pfkPorttini-
ts' for the Inupose.
Large trees carefully taken up, planted carefully
anctattended to fora few years until well establisla
will be retina, to jai've a more libtirel return thii sit-
mated than' tho irecs standing in crowded and ill at-
tended urehards. Thus set in the full sun and free
air; receiving the regular tillage and mantiriaglg
the field. they will be found to do well, and inlnire
the crop bat;eli fitly by ethaustien„ while oit-the
other hand, they will cheek the free blast of wiOcfs
and t in a raeitsnre fill the"want of the forest so en
tirely clOred spray. Also, some
EXTRA ItARGiE EVERGREENS AND
for immediate effect. Alfinriniries regarding prices
ke., promptly answered. 4Address
mart-fit} - - - Carliale.,Pa.
ONA VINES. -7: -GRAPE VINES
for: GARDE' and VINEYARD of unequaled qtallity
and at price; lower than thi, cost of production at the
present prices of labor. -„ ' ,
Par all of the conslderatiins upon which Success in
grape culture depends, see - Descriptive Cataleinle, and
also for prices and quality of vines..lt is a large pamph-
Jet of twenty-eight very large pages--double - columns,
on ilnapaper, three pages of which are devote 4 to price•
list - and business matters, and the remainder to the facts
and coridititms pertaining to grapomilture - which are of
• interest to all who desire toknow what good grapes are,
and how to obtain them. has been prepared with exl•
treme care, and Is intended to answer fully and fairly
every question that may be asked concerning the best
course toobtain the advantages andprod; from grapes for
the fimily and for market: , - - •
TABLE OF- CONTENTS : •
To correspondents and buyers, giving a full account
of the lona establishinent, which is not only much the
oldest but tnany times larger thati any other of the kind
in the World. .Proposal to sell to 'clubs at wholesale
prices. Elasisificatlen of our hardy vines;deacribitig and
exhibiting their relative .frisportance, with full and pre
cise account of the on:Billie and' properties ot eich.—
Watery of the new seedlings lona similar:mita. Lettere.
from Peter B. Head, giving impressions. characteristics,
andwith minute analysis of thetptulltietref the Toots
and:Delaware, which arej ugly pronounced by him "rag
Bev att.SPS9I9 corriVATION." to keep grapes in
Wiutervith engravings showing how it may be easily
and efflcientfy done.
The quality - of vines .as ;effected by the Age -of the
plente add different males of Propagation. and the econe.
my of the different - Rinds to purchasers, with many en
'rho value of plants according to tberitetlod of protto
gftrion, showing, also. how .and what plants to use' for
clothing the trellisthe first year. 'and obtaining an km=
mediate production of fruit._ Selection of varieties to'
plant for table and for family use with the considera
tions which determirie the proper chOice. '
Tables of selections f.tr differentlatitndes for arty num.
her-of plartts,from six vines for a - very small yard, to
hundreds for a fruit garden for family supply. ,
Table Of selections by Mr.Meatl. with the considers.'
tions which influence his choice of a selection of one
• Selections for vineyards for wino And for table for
•Istitude of New York by Peter B. Mind. Is C. W. Grant
influenced by interest in the selection of Medal Yalutt.;
bleand intoreoting extracts from letters; Quality of
grapes and education of taste by B. G. Pardee. The
"Conditions of Success in Grape Culture," ri lecture by
'Peter B. ' • •
The value et plants as affected by age:lmportance of
transplanting and rot-pruning, if "vines are more than
one year old, illustrated by engravings. How to' aveld
chucks of growth to bearing vines by transplanting.—
Ara vines from single eYes,- if well' prepageted; better
than from cuttings / Are vines mule tender by prow:
gatiou tinder glass! Chapter on - wines and wine-making.
llnnY different plants of training shown by ' maby en,
gravings. Quantity produced by different plans. Profit
of gripe culture. Advertisements of wood fur preptuta
tion. Strawberry plants. Golden-Arbor Vitte, ancinotiz
Les of stock of lona-and lamella vines—ot the latter
only single plants can be now furnished.
Descriptive catalogue sent for ten cents.
Illustrated Catalogue sent for fifteen cents.
These together constitute the most complete Tercel,
of the vine In- language. and contain more than one
hundred pf the bee engravlnpv of the vine iverpubliebed.
C. W. GRANT, Jetts, near Putettna..:
feb 24-3 w . Wes,tchebter County,'N. 1.. •
T)LAXTS FOR THE DECO - RA- -
A. TION OF • TRE PARLOR CONSERVA
TORY OR PLOWER BORDER, Embracing over
500,0 R), plants, including the rarest and finest varie
ties in cultivation of the following sorts :
Artonhinum or Snap Dragon, striped" and mottled
varieties, $1 per dozen.
Asters; finest double - varieties. $1 pe . r. dozen.
Aaricula Sweet William, new, '
Calccolaii, beautiful spotted varieties, $3 to $5 per
Dahlias, large show • varieties, 100 sorts, $2 per doz.
Dahlias, - bettuet varicties,'32 sorts - $3 per dozen. -
Delphunim termosim, hardy,-blue herbaceous plant
$l5O per dozen.'
Gazinin, Splendens, brange and crimson, $2 per doz.
Faschsins, 50 varieties, double and single, $l5O to
$3 per dozen,• , •
Geraniums, squinter flowering. all shades, - $3 per
Pelargonium, 50 finest new sorts $.3 to $6 per dozen.,
H eliotropc,l2,yarteties, $2 per. dozen.
Hollyhocks. 24 finest sorts, $4 50 per tlezen.
Honeysuckles, 6 varieties, $3 per dozen.
Lantana% 16 sorts, $3 per dozen
Lemon Verbena - , 20 to each, $2 per doien.
Pansies, 100 sorts, $1 per-dozen. -
Pansies, finest English sorts. 25 varieties, $3 per doz.
Petunias, 25 varieties. double and single.s4 50 Per
Patunins, •100 sorts, from aced, $1 50 per dozen. 1 ,
Phlox, hardy, 50 varieties, $2 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums, 100 sorts, $2 per dozen: -
Pinks, Florists, 24 sorts $2 per.dozen.'
Pinks, Monthly Carnations, 40 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Roses, 100 sorts;:fine -plants, from $3 to $9 peg iloz.;
Saltine, bine and scarlet, $1.50 per doz. _
Tropceolum, 6 varieties; splended. $3 per- dozeii. •
Verbenas, 50 finest sorts, named, $1 50 per dozen.,
• " 50 anent sorts, without names $l5O P. dor.
" , 30 new sorts, $4 to $7 tftper doz. ;
MI our plants are grown in extra small pots. for
the special puipose of distant transportation.
ing in this manner grown our plants for nearly six
teen years, and'havo sent them to'all 'parts of' The'
country with unvarying, satisfaction to en's ; custom.
ere,, Large experience in packing hancnebled *is to
_ensure the safe arrival- of plants- to - tin.v.
where the time does not exceedlo days, in as good
•condititin as ifbmight at home. We make , no'eharge
'for Baskets. - -Boxes or Packing, on Bills of $5 and
upwards. - ' • _
Orders from unknown correspondents,mustinvari!,
bltilie accompanied by u remittance or responsible
reference else no attention can be paid to-tha or,
der. Perhaps the most satisfactory mode ofpay=
,went to strangers is inse,Yins the ,eXpresa agent-on
receipt of the goods. Descriptive Catalogue.on ap
plication,- • PETER IiENDERSGR;'. .
feb 24_ 7 3m . • Jersey City N .T
GRAIN-I 1 - GRAINAH
WASHABAUGH'S- BREWERY. •
The undersigned takes this metho" of informing
'his friends, and. the „public genitally, that he bee
leased for a term of years the' well known Brewery
establishment -heretofore *eondueted_by-Dir. Upton
Washabaugh. He will be glad to furnish - Uttar
friends-and the-old patrons of the HMSO with 'the
• finest 4il+-E; upon the shorted V °the, gad at the low
est prices, , •
ylightetestOdsh Prit4 be - Psid -for bsitici
1)11 11 3 miLEY, delivered at Chambersharg.
• m 713,6- . 't.'ALEXANDInt
qt4ity of trees anti' fruit offered
rats, , inatito anti '
suit's4y , wiotioi EVERY, VARIETY.
• , _ • Sztiast 1 07,..11 r sss wait - CtiSlY
DAY WOOD' ICFRSERY ands ROSE 'Gni/1M
over FIFTY tACIIIES under. cultivation,- of the
choicest varietieS of everything to be found le
- PIRSiX" - CLASS'
itßuyt .4N6 tiAlt-kilBNT*l4 TREE&
Shrubs and ntants al lin fine condition and careful"?
labeled. The A ci p is the speciality in th - e
department; .v.of - ratFtit vanoties bettllny ,
Portal dime froln Trt.130.8; • -
• Owing to. Gen. Negley's absence In the army` ge
are selling ant ; the _enneern. and ,wo. invite Orders
lime or small. thetradens from i t ritate
easterners. - Wo till retain - theforaica. forenuuk — Afe.
Kenna: who has -I , •!eri 'cinpleyed in the - establish- -
mint for the la.s..;.en years, so as to secure g cried act
cum - , and earefal-pankag. o 9 1 'iess•
bEELY Sc aibiLLON,
march 2-3 - • West LibertY, - Allegheny Pa. •
LR AN li-LIN"
Charabersbnig Pa I would offer t° the pall.
a well selected' assortment- of fruit -Trees, Apple.
Peach, Pear and Plum, -ef all: leading - vnriattes.—
Also; Ornanlentall‘rees;,suelt , as Maples, Linden,
Ash, Horse. Chestnut, Evergreens, l'iopray, Spree*,
American Balsara 1441: Vitus 'tzt vartety..--
Hardy Shrubs...inch as eas in- arge Narteti.
Weigeliasand-Dentrimte 3 , of dell's tbeSearei al
ordated for oetnetery lots , Roneyspeklekferrias.
Also, Grapes;Catalebti, Concord.
-Delaware;Z - ebecea. Ad. ' - r•' •
Currants, the leading kinds t Raspberries, Straw
berries. • • 1 , - - • - -
Flowers--Itoses,iAcrbenas Helietrops (lerani
'urns, -.ruschsias; Petunias: " -
, All of which will sold at reasonable "price:of*
!eash,,, The usual
g itchen Garden Plants, by the
, doken, hundreds or thousands.. -
Send for aa circular, as all applicants are supplied
free. • ifeb - 24-Isl -- - - JACO.P.'HEYSER,' Agent. '
)440.1 - s4vt,:figiftt - Sic, -, ,_ !
O - A. D S AI•D
The subsetibosrespectfnlly in forms, bit ill DOS and
thepub;ie, that h continues to carry on tbe
basiness,nthis old stand, on Main §treet. oppoeilx?
the Germen Reformed Church; •
Itailtgetilarkedhis imisiness, &ad/era Ocrirelt
mdlcire will fiord. in his Stci!l3 Room ss general itasoit:
taeneof ioods iliAelittfthbir several requiieme l;
suelfas • r o • "
Fair and =try Hogskins,
i'atent Leather, • :
. Saddle ... Frees and Girthiag,
Gig Trees, Full Flatudainned
- Bair, Straining Web,and Worsted Itain .
- Veb i - lower
,than, Cotton; - - •
Bits and j •
Tinned and "'
• •-• ' ' 4ananned
- •1. • ' Coach Ilandlt4i.
new styleo-Cur!ainTrarnes; HuliThindsi
/*rents; It e seates, Swivels and' Oran,- • •••'i
namentac Iron: Plated and • •,'
Wood Sig Humes; ; • •
BUCKLES BRASS, SELV,E4 AND
JA - PANNEit.
all Styles and PittOrns; apd Wooden 41 0"
anal RinEe t s,,Stump Joints, andsvane
of other. goods
• Tile £or the trade. •
ALL BINDS OF ?LATIN(: Le.; 'done
neatness and despatch.
LEWIS WAMT'LEE.:i7 ,
, - n0463 7 tf.. ' Chartd?ersbutg, •
TrA • ; - W -A .% 2 E'
SMITH: 44 .111CHARDSON i .; -
- 6 11 Market Street, Philadelphia: 4. l o w , _ - e icAAR. iflop.A*o#4.
Tho undersigned woald
tenron 'COM. v'm e tsTs.lo, A tr
large sell. selected stock
~ • ,
a P a 15r,- Il R-D - W Alt E... -
Havinge triedit tirrangementi for tl4Fcelt
Traik, sve flatter ourselves we can offer inducemeuts
to purchasers ftilly remunerate the troubkig
of eatimintng our stock,. We ask but a trial, tots:o,4'
eine, the Country' Trdde that; ite tire prepared 'tio
sell leer and accommodate,- _ ; - t f
Our stock of - Table and Nckettidiery is nitt
large. selected with. caret..and inch:ding avarietirti(%
styles that cannot hut snit all tastes,-
e have dinatantly Cin.hand a large' iiiortMeat 'at )
Building Hardware, .4 _ , .
Tools; Cutlery, '
Files,3ool Boxes, , - •
- . . IF:afters and !, .4' "T. :
. ' :* • ":
every thing in shiart pertaining to a first class Bard- -
-Particular a.ttettion. paid to.CountmOrdeis.,
our aim to sec& the confidence of our custom*.
and to this end,4w e are partieular,ln Idl ng ordentta.k
give the best; and 'as cheep as thouglithe eustomens- '
were buying,m pirsou. Give us a trial.'
RarEllE cas.--4. K. Shryock, ESfll A. K. llCCiire,
1.. B. Deter, Cliambersburg. •
__,- • -
• LSMITH dr. RICHARDSON;
an5,61-tf. ' .611 Market St.:Philadelph4;
I- It'VISTER'' •' • ' '
would respectfully intb.rm his friendo,and kabiltt.
generally, that connection , ssithlits.
- IiEROSEN OIL 'AND 1-AbLYSTO4I3,
be has commenced the HARDWARE busmetakiet
his Aerr Store Seem, one door Worth - of -
her's Grocery. His stock consists of the
_ • -- - •
House Furnishing Geed,
Table end Pocket Cutlery,
• Mechanics' Toole,
• Nails by the inuall'orleg % '-
pda, •-• „
Forks, - " - •
_ Potato tiltiit,?
• , „Se7thelts
• - - ' • etc.; ma = '
Also, Gina, Pnlnt Benzole, •
Limited, lltisiserm'and Lithricating Oils, "
,Lannis of all descriptions;
"„ • plan ,: I F e in liers it * . Gas i.best and o 'L l erostitlie.
.Agent fait& Otle WATSON.'
Proof Safes, 4 , • - •
TT Ait D WAR E.-=Tfiß'p`tiblfe
:1.1 vited, to call and examino our: extensiveltook;
of Hardware; Cutlery; &c: We keep on hand a large
stoolg of lmods int our line; composed partli Of tisib - ' 7
following vials, `which we offer very °heath
Iron, • pFiles, "•' •i i , Looking M , aws ; ,
Nails, ' i Rasps, ' I. Farm Hole,;
.ateel;:.-- - r ' papaw, • • , Spr + ings, Aalek -
4 . .90
,ft e A, -
, : Tack
oomak e Oath
A " n 4 ri ut Ca: Bwohlts11)4L: • Rd "
Vices, : Saws!: Trimmi ngs,.
Bellows; 'lgA - • costarimatii4oo: - .1
• MS es
Pan/tg, litanies, '? 'rilidsthAess
Turp thus entine, ?Rake's; - ' l3444ting P° 4 4o?'
.gginsiia'e - xamin B ePa d otrrSlio'Ok; - ec iB : l4ce alin lj d tt ead oemen t t .
t Alava ;
offered for cabh.q • WAND & Flagg_
-.Li w. KNATT,,k, -
•Dealers in -
, • „ .
504 OPmfreice orec.4 :Philad4rlo,-
peinreenttti Artitt*' * . :: 3
1). f i iis;6s-tt "
oon= PRENTIN - Cin , ergy : style do w 444