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Seed s f rom t h e ir c ompactness and light
**ht. carfbe safely and speedily tratisported by
'mail to any part of the country. ;.herebY giving those
1 Who Eye remote from the larger towns and cities,:
`, where they can bo procured, nearly an egnel chabee,
with thoseliving in them, for procuring - at a rooder
\ ate rate, all the choice and rare 7ariettes..- For the
aecomplisbinent of this purpose, we offer the follow
ing collections, comprising the mast' beautiful and
showy Aprivals, Biennialg, - and Perennials, which
Will be sent by mail free of postage, to any part of
the United States, at the following prices
_ -. ..
- 12 ex. fine var. Trull,new psony-fPwd....
21 selected . .
' , 6 spftndid .; peony-perfection
6 finest' ~, globe •' - - 75
- 10 beautiful - dwrf. ehrysanthe'm IOU
10 splendid• " Giant Emperor • I 50 .
i 8 splendid var. Reid's new Quilled...-.,. ... : .... , 75
4 finest var. Double 'Cocardcau 50
12 extra fine var. Pyramidal I3ouquet-...... 1 00
12 superior var. Quilled• ...„. 1 00
B`beautiful vat: new Ranunculus, flow'd. - 7 3
4 very-sine var. new Hedgehog ' 40
lin addition to these I put up a collection of As
. tern which-I consider robe the finest ever sent out,
it contains 10 paekages of mixed colors of the fol
lowing kinds, viz: Truffaut's New Peony, Peony
INifection, Giant Emperor, 'linbrique Ponmione.
- Icrutan Quilled, Ranunculus, Hodge Hog, Reidl ,
mpro.ved, La Supurba, and therbeautiful new Aster
plendens. ' No one who delights to grow fine flow
qrS. Shduld fail to send for ogle of these packages.—
Price $,lOO. -. • • • -
, ._ ,
.I.)ALSA.MS, 12 finest prize Balsanis i $1 CO
tibiltM.AN STOCKS, 12 superb new varieties,
ten week large flowering 100
- " 8 beautiful new varieties, perpetual
- large flowering 75
" 12 select prize; var. Hollyhocks, Eng-.
lish. from Downie, Laird and Laing's
celebrated - collection saved from prize
flowers I. 1 50
10 Finest, varieties Marigold
1 Newest'.' I Marvel of Peru...
5 Select ' - Nemolapila
12 Distinct " Ornamental Grass.
12 " • ..
s Beautiful " PhloxDrumfuondii
Finest " Petunias ~.
GERMAN FLOWER SEEDS, 12 Splendid
var. Pinks. Carnation I 2 50
12 Splendid varieties Pink Picetee.'.... 2 50
8-Distinct " Bortular.cs I 45
" 8 Finest " Snveet Peas. ' 40
6 Splendid var. Scabiosa large ilow'd- 50
6 Extra fine " Snapdragon 50
12 Selected " Sal mulossis , 75
" 12Siiperb " Wallflower, double 75
8 Sup, new " Cockscombs- , 75
" 9 Finest " Colliopsis.. - , ' 3 - - ,
" 6 Selected " Climbing plants •50
-N) " " " incleding newest.. -2 00 -
" Distinct " Delphinium ' 75 ,
• -" 18 Finest . " " Chinensis 75
' Album,nuic white; 2 feet. ' 10
t.l4,rilliant, crimson and White, 2feet. , 10
'Caryoptiilloides. magnificently striped, 2 feet_ ' 10
Debbi, rosy carmine and white, 2 feeL. 10
imfly, orange-scarlet and white, 2 feet I 0
Ronde,: Feat, brilliant scarlet, 2 feet- .1[
• Striped It
Mixed- - 0
. ' Downie, Laird and Laing's finest Prize 2
tjaribaldi, a most beautiful vermillion var, new
Napoleon 111, maroon, 3A: f9ot I
indica, blue, line trailer, from Nepaul, 34 foot.
arszewjezi,bright crirason,from Chili,r,4 feet
- l4randiflora, large flowered, bright scarlet, 2ft
' 'Finest prize, froak , Donie, Laird and Laing.
of Scotland -
Best English priztdouble '
" "Camellia flower
. " " " R,419.0 flowered
" " " " Miniature .
" Persian pale yellow, sweet scented
;ROSE FLOWERED, Splendid mixed '
*iplitteil. six beautiful-colors mixed...
CANNA INDICA, - ; •
Red, from India, 2 feet
Compacta Flegantissium, large, relish yellow,
free flowering, from South America, 2 feet.„.
• Warscowiczii, brilliant red, foliage striped,
from Central America, 3 feet ...... : ....... -.......,
- Flnest prize, dwarf habit, large combs, very
, , showy;,l ft . .
liscroceplaala Gigantea, brilliant red, very
large handsome heads, from Asia, 1 ft_ ...... -
' Dwarf, rose. very beautiful Yi, ft
Yellow, new and fine, t 34. ft -
'Now Giant, very large, brilliant red. I ft..
I,iienta Resell, a new French sort, 134 ft.
Splendid mixed, saved from a Oleic° collection
embracing all the rich and varied colors of
this favorite greenhouse flower
Gyeendifleira, new large flowered, splendid
view Spotted, saved from a splendid collection
of Prize flowers by an eminont German flor-
i~t; embracing all jbe rich and brilliant rol
ors and marking.; beculiar to this beautiful
and showy tripe ofz.plants; W. ft
Shrubby. mixed varaeties, collected from, a
splendid collection of finst self colored and
spotted sorts; These are half hardy peren
nials and adapted for bedding out in the
dantly throughout the season.
Ilerbeceous. extra choice -
Ram Select, from prize flowers only
Downie. Laird .5: Lang, of Scotland, :iv
The various undermentioned varieties produce
fruits of the most singular and grotesque appear
ance, and are very desirable as rapid climbers
Ilezmosus, Snake Cucuinb,er, very handsome..
tilosAularifolins, Goomberry-fruited -
Melo Chito, retkfruited
.Cardiopetaltim„ deep blue, profuse bloomer,
admirably adapted as edgings for large .beds 03
Elatum. Bee Larkspur -05
Perineum. rich blue and White, the most hand- .
Awne and ornamental of the class making
a grand display the first season. if sown early 10
Grandiflonim, dark blue '
Ilendersoni. blue and - *hit°, very fine 10
l ioolor, new and fine 05
atom Speetahillis, 10
inpnsus, but mixed . 05
Azuruin, red spotted 25
Caruleum, beautiful 5p0tted.:.......:.25
Hybrid-nov.lmi:- from the best named varieties 25
DIA:\.TTI - 115,5
India or China Pink, twenty rare varieties
a ° 3
fk pl., fine double white - 10
Aram Striate, double white. red striped fine 30
Hedde - '4O. Ileddewig's new Japan Pink,: a
• most valuable acquisition from.Japan.plants
beareelronc. foot high, very bushy and coy- ,
er ed.:With a profusion of flowers, which -men
sure'nearly three inches in diameter, with
,colors consisting of-rose, crimson and -violetr
- Rom care delicately marbled, others self-col
or ed. suitable for the eonsen - atory, bower or
gard'cnn• • 10
Ileddevrigi Hybrids, fi., pl.. Nova, new hybrid, •
"• double flowered, raised by , hybredisina•
g Dianthus de wigi with the double Garden ,
Pink. It throws 111) strong flower stalks,
about 134 ft. in height. the flowers arc •hoth_
double and semi-double, of the same sire ti.. 4 -
the Ifeddcwigi. the semi-doable have the
same rich 'shades and .colors, the doubles'
' Pure colors without shades 25
Barltatus. Sweet William, mixed
• MelvilPs urseulardlowered ' ,10
• " double mixed • . 10
Gardnerianus, various colors
NEW KO CHOICE VARIETIES OF .VEGE
I ineliade in this only such as are neva - tuid val
.uableand not retulil3.- obtained.. The most of them
.x have reeeived from the celebrated English firm of
Carter & Co., London, and they, can be confidently
recommended, includinn a few American novelties
CC great Merit.
CARTER'S SEET OSYTH BEET,I .
Medium File, good shape. short tep. rich deep
blood red color, fine flavor, decidedly the
best heed in cultivation. I grew this the past
Year and found it fully equal to the mom- _
. pkg 25
HENDERSON'S PINE APPLE BEET,
Conspact, short top, roots medium sited and
of a deep crimson. good flavor. Perkg..— 10
LITTLE PIXIE CABBAGE,.
V!eriearly, small. delicate flavor - 15
WHITE JAPANESE MELON.
nicks UM finest flavored thin-skinned musk
melon yet introduced. The seed' is from
Japan. Yo lover of this fine fruit should
lilil to try this variety 2.5
J. WESLEY JONES,
!batch 2-2 m Chatham 4 Corners;Col. Co., N. Y.
AA- E_T HAFR H.. B A N D.O L
- , OF ROSEWOOD AND
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES,
of every description.
N. .W Coa * OF THIRD Alp CALLOWLI, STB., PHI A.
-Ordets to thelargast extent promptly executed.
Orders fated by S. S.SIIRYOCK, Charribersifg, Pa.
Bop ' •
Persons sending $1 may salads atCata- .
Logue prices amounting to $l. 10
Persons tending $2 may set seeds at Cata
logue'Priees amounting to 225
Persons senitsog may seiseeds at Cata
logue prices amounting-ti
Persons sending $4 Mfg scl 3 50
seeds ut Cata- .
login Prices amounting tr. ' 4 75.
Persons sending may se seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting t
Per sops sending slo'may 14 seeds at Cata7
logue prices amounting ...... . ......... 13 00
These-will he put up togtr and send to one ad
dress, or in seperatenaeli n ond mailed to the ad
dress of each individual fang a club, as may be
desired. In all cases the Cage will be prepaid.
The same deduction will .ourse he made to any
Person ordering. Iwonlfiin call attention to my
selection Of Asters, in cottons , (for a dekeription
see Page 16,) which I thin' , the finest ever offered.
I self the collection at $1 yet if selected, seper
ately from the Cataloguomounts -to sms. "Also
my German Stocks, Balls. Pansies , Carnation ,
Picotee Pinks, Cinerrerind Caleeolaria,
which h ave b een rived from the most cele
brated growers in Englu l scotland and Germany,
and are of first quality. it should be inconven
ient'for you to make sofwa selection, by enclos
ing the amount you are mous of expending, and
stating for what purposreseeds are required, Yo'll
may rest assured that I 1 make the seleCtions - in
the most judicious and :!ral manner.
Persons wanting a lac. quantity or wanting to
act as agent will plea.vetilTSA tfle.
During the past two y 5, our collections ofFlow
er Seeds by mail, hayeum sent to almost every
State in the Union. ann far as ;we have learned,
have given universal 4action, and it is our earn
est endeavor to malthcse collections not only=
second to none. hut to ke them superior to those
sent from any other esdishment in the country.
N. E. Particular attion should he
,paid to giv
ing The-AddrPsm, Toirthunly l Shlte All.—
Catalogues will be song all applicants upon a re
ceipt of a three cent sup. Address,
, WESLEY JONES.
mart-2m mmo4 Corners, Col: co.. N. Y
PLEMENT A?..SEED WAREHOUSE.
21 and 2.3 South St) Strevt, Philadelphia, Pa
DAVID I:ANDRA:III .SoN, Proprietors of 13lootus-
dale, which timtabrear four' hnndred 'acres' in,
high tilth. devoted tle production of GARDEN
EEliS,_are now pre;.ed to supply Country Mer
chants. D ruggists andl - others who deal in Seedo.
with large or smalluantities, by the pound or
bushel. and also in pers made ready for
The Ddlthlishmentpresented by Pavid Land
reth S Son, has beepunded nearly three-fourths
of a century.
The wide-spread pultarity. and the demand in
ereasingfrom year rear. for ,
LandretleA Ttranted Garden Seeds,
is - evidence of the hi value entertained fur them
by the' public.
Landreth's Gartlcieedq arc not only favorably
received throughouhe Union. but are shipped to
many foreign porls.:ndeed iktuay be stated with
national pride that 3y come into active competi
tion with English Sa and British Soil. ,
David Landreth don invite all who are not al
ready purchasers bpcir Garden Seeds, to make a
trial of them—assitt‘that they will be found fully
equal to their high natation.
Landreth's Rumlegister and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Gden Seeds with Instructions,
furnished gratis. Ao—Catalogne of 'Agricultural
Implethents. D.rID LANDRETH & SON,
aug 12-1 y) NOR. and 23 South 6th St.. Phi la:
FltE_S=l-1 GIRDEN \ -SEEDS
for 1864. ,
• .GARDENERSMARKET GARDENERS
,- . •
SMALL - OR ARGE QUANTITIES,
by sending rist of what they require.
WILL 11ECEIVETHE SAME BY RETURN
with the lowest.poll:de prices annexed for c
CtRtiGE ,PAID TO
BOSTONAM NEW YORK.
Seeds?reiniid by mail.
B. M. WATSON,
- fly Colony :Nurseries,
SEED STORE AN) HORTICULTU
ki RAL DEPOT.—We ire received. our Spring
suet& of Plower, VegEttue and Field Seeds, Gar
den Tools. Agutwiums, Fmeries, Hanging Baskets:
Books on Horticulture as Agrieultpre, , Bulbs. ke..
&e. We have . also seeurt the services of a nra c t•..
cal Seedsnian end 'Pietist:rho will give thiS depart
ment of our business 'Astaire attention.
• .1.• KNOX.
29 Fifi Street, Pittsburgh, Pa;
A . GRICULTUILL CHEMICAL CO'S
This Fertilizer is Coiposed of night soil and the
fertilizing elorrients,pfirine, combined, chemically
and mechanically Wit other valuable fertilizing
agents and absorbents
It is reduced to a pnrerulent condition. ready for
immediate use, and w,hout loss of its highly nitro
genous. fertilizing progrties. '
'lts universal applicoility to all crops and soils.
and' its durability ad actite finalities, are welt
_known - to be all tha agrieulturists can desire.—
Price.;s'2.s per Ton.
CHEMICSL - COMPOST. ' •
L. . 2,1
- - - - - -
This Fertilizer is larely 'zinimal mat
ter, such as meat, bon, fish. I- and wool,
together with them are vur
which decompose the nass, al aa dttel nitrogen
one elements. It is tiorauFi t ay tr tcd with
mine, and the thinna portinS ls nt
It is a very valuable fertilizj n f or t , crops gen -,
evilly, and upeciallyfor Vete t oes, Bo a ,rden pur
EU excellent gunnies, -stre
go and cheapness
have made it very popular witth it ii w ho havO -used
it Price; $2.5 per TOl.
" TREE AND VRITIT TI.ERTILIZER. -
It is a highly phosi, hatie m ulls particu
larly' adapted lur the cultivatia, o f mais,, fruits,
hewn and flowers. Itacill rot.
- übte a voi..Y vigorous
grow the quer Iv a" ard fruit, nerd largely
increase...ty pert ot the Maturity of
the fruit. For he - 1 -ease-and touschold plants and
- flowers, it will be '.g , ud an int , ,pcir,+abl2 article to
secure their create. Tperfeetioalt will prevent and
cure diseased conditions °NIA peach and grape,
and is excellent for grass'and
The formula or method of coia,joing tts constitu
ent fertilizing ingredients havreceiVed, the highest
aPproval of eminent chemists ind scientific agricul
ttutsts. Price. $5O per Ton.
I'FIOPRATE 01" LPIE•
The A grieuitunit Chemical.Compamt manufacture
a Phosphate - of Lime in accord with it new and
valuable fbrinula, by which a 12 ttY k - upector article
is produced, so its to be affordet lat it less price than
ztncr manufacturers charge. Practical tests have
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is canal to the
Cast Phosphate of Epne in the market. Price, 545
per Ton. • -
TERMS CASlL—Cartage aryl Freight to be paid
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICA, CO'S (FORKS.
AT CANAL WHARF lON TIM Di:LAIVA RE.
. Office, 413. 1 4: Arch Street.lPhiladelphia, Pa.
B. I'l' i TS, Genetal Agent.
The Company's Pamphlet fircular, 'embracing
full directions for using the.rth)ye Fertilisers. sent
bk-mal - I fred, Isten requested. [march 2-3 m.)
METZ'S' P LOW MANI;TACTORY.
eORNER OP NfrASUINOia AND SECOND STREETS,
Gilman's ImproveciPremium Plows, and all other
Plows now in goneratuse with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS, both wrought Iron Share and Self -sharp
ening. Harrows, HO -Harrows; Cultivators. Plow
Castings, and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand, or
made at short notice.
Farmers should bear in mind that Plows purchas
ed of me eau bo repaired at less trouble or expense
than 'those that - are made a great distance from
home. Call, see and be convinced.
He has also purchased the, right to manufacture
and sell "Sleamione , Pateut Iron Double Shove
PI mei," which he heaps constantly, on hand.
Brpeksmithing ib all its varlets branches, also
camcd'on at the above named Place.
feb 24-3 m ABRAHAM METZ.
1-8 6 4PHILADELPHIA PA
PER BANOINGS:—AOWELL &
BOURK E, ganufacturers of -
WALL PAPERS AND...WDOW CURTAIN
Core Fourth and Market Sts.. Philndolphia.
N. B. A tine stook of_ LINEN SHADES constant
1Y on hand. - _ inl7-3Er.-
Sbeet . 4 ); .„
We are now. prepared to fill eiders for
AI RICULTIMAL IMPLEMENTS AND
MACHINERY OF ALL HINDS,
as troll as SMALL TOOLS for the Farm and Gar
• den', such as . , - •
Ho'es; Forks, Rakes. ete
Scythes, and Scythe-Stones,
and AgriCultnial Hardwitre
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own man-
Coffee and Grain Mills, • • 1 .:•
Sugar Milla for Groom' use,
Store,,Trueks of variona • patterns,
. • Road Scrapers,
of all kinds, such as
Coe's Superphosphate of Lime,
Puro Ground Bone, • 1
Peruvian Guano and Pouclrette
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
NCill be found a complete selection of the best kinds
Of Vegetable, Flower
and Grass Seeds,
• and Seed Grain,
raleed - expresdy for us by the most reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS
The unremitting personal attention of the best
Seecistuen is given to their quality, and our custom:-
ers may rely on theirfreshnek and purity in all re-
2313 eds. ' a"
e sell in smalbor large quantities 4'"-AstSpureha
sets, and send in small Plots by iK ,Lisrts of
the United States.
We dill fonfard Price-Lists and Descriptive Circe-
'LIN to all desiring them. 1
R. H. ALLEN & CO.,
189,191 and 193 Water Street, New York.
CLIPPER' MOW,ING MACHINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and two
E now ready for sale
In convenienco and lightness of drnft, this is su:
perior evetito the old Style of Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly p...r_ilar. r
It lAA literally no frame, and nearly all its ilarts
with the exception of PriTe-Whecis and Gears, die
made of, Steel or Wrought and Maleable Iron. It is
thus the strongest and lightest ;rftachine in the
A GItICU•LTITI.AIt , IMPLEMENT
WILLIAM L. BOYER tt• BRO.,
Sixth Street and Germantown Avenue,.
, Manufacturers of the
Premiuhs Farm Grist Mill
HOII4E POWERS AND Twit:slues,
Circular Saw Machines, Corn
- Shelters, Grain :Fans,
and every variety of'approved -
• ff:/...S'ent/ fur Circular and adders
WM. L. BONER k BRO., -
may _ - ' • - Philadelphia, Pa.
A 0 - 'A T D
• PACIFIC 113 ANO.
A rear guano. contoinir i eta seventy to eighty
Percent.of PROS P 'E OF „LIME, to
which has been added. 1,, peaical process, a large
per Celltnge of actual Am, ti, so fixed that it can
not evaporate, making it . if hot superior to
any other fertilizer. -
Pamphlets with copies of Analyses by Dr.Jnek-
Son, Mars., State Assayer, and Dr. Liebig, of 'Barn
more, and testimonials from scientific Agriculturists,
showing its valhe.- Can bo obtained' from
J. 0 BAKER, & CO.,
march 2-Iy. 87 Wall Street, New York,
T." ., ;KEL'S CELEBRATED
Bitter-,:ine of Iron.
Bitter dine of Iron.
Bitter Wine of Iron.
Bitter Wine of Iron.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
For Dyspepsia. and Indigestion,
For Dyspepsia and. Indigestion.
For Weak Stomachs' and General Debility.
. For Weak Stomachs and. General Debility.
For 1% Stomachs and General Debility.
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility.
Reliable and Sure to do Good, •
Reliable and Sure to do Good;
Reliable and Sure to do Good, '
Reliable and sure to do Good.
- And Cannot de Harm,
And Cannot do Harm.
- And Cannot do Harm.
• And Cannot do Harm.
It Costs hut 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 Purifies the Blood.
Of this Valuable Tonic.
Of this Valuable Tonic.
Of thii Valuable Tonic. . •
Of thisealuahle Tonic. ,
Only 75 Cts. and One
d One Dollar per Bottle
Only 75 Cte. and One Dollar per Bottle
Only 75 Cts. and Ono Dollar per Bottle
Only 75 Cts. and One Dollar Iler Bottle
Manufactured solely by S. A. KUNKEL & BRO
General Depot, 118 Market St., Harrisburg. Pa. J
S. NIXON, .Agept, Chambersburg, Pa. ec.S•Brp
jittotins of tte Veact.
JUSTICE OF. THE PEACE.--H. B.
DAVISON, Justice of the Peace. Office im
mediately opposite the Indian Queen Hotel. All
business entrusted to his care will receive prompt
attention. Instruments of Writing, of , all kinds'.
drawn up in a satisfactory manner. jun 17,63.
pHAMMAN, JUSTICE OF,TITE ,PEACE,
• Chambersburg, Pa. Office in Fradklin
in the room formerly occupied by St baugh &
Stewart. Prompt ' ttention- given to , a y thing in
the line of a Magistrate and Scrivener. fe3,64 tf.
Wry., Anal) 23, 1864.
erteS, 431a1tt4 ant( 'Vines.
A. N T S 'FOR 'THE DECORA
-J- TION OF THE PARLOR, CONSERVA
pwER BORDER, Embracing -over
500,000 plaits; including the rarest and finestvarie
ties in cultivation of,the following sorts: •
Artonhinum or Snap Dragon, striped and mottled'
• varieties, $1 per dozen. -
Asters, :hest double varieties, 1 per dozen. ~
'ActrieulaSWeet William, new;
Calceolars, beautiful spotted varieties, $.?, to $5 per
Dahlias, large show, varieties, 100 sorts, $2 per doz.
Dahlias, beguet-carieties, 32 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Delphunim fermosim, hardy, bine herbaceous plant
$l5O per dozen.
Gazinia Splendens. orange and crimson, S 2 per doz..
Fuchsias. 50 varieties, doable :and single, $l5O to
$3 per dozen. ,
Geraniums, summer flowering. all shades, $3 per
Pelargontnm, 50 finest new sorts. $3 to $6 per dozen.
Heliotrope, 12 carteties. $2 per dozen.
Hollyhocks. 24 finest sorts. k 4,50 per dozen.-
Honeysuckles. 6 varieties, $3 per dozed:
Lantanos,l6orts, $3 per dozen
Lemon Verbena, 25 to eaeb. $2 per dozen.
Pansies, 100 sorts, $1 per dozen.
Pansies, snest English sorts, 23 varieties, $3 per doz.
Petunias, 25 varieties,, double and single, $4 50 per
dozen: - •
Patunias, 100'solts, from' seed, - $1 50 per dozen.
Phlox, latikly; 50 varieties, $2 per dozen.
cb r y s a ri ttiionms, 100 sorts, $2 per dozen.
Pinks, Florists, 24 sorts $2 per dozen. •
Pinks. 34outhly Carnations, 40sorts. $3 per doien. .
Roses, 100 sorts, fine plants, from $3 to $9 per doz:
Salrias, blue and scarlet. $ . l 50rper doz.
-Iropccolum. G varieties. splended, $3 per dozen.
Verbenas, 50 finest sorts, named, $1 50 per dozen.
50 finest sorts, without names. slsop,doz.
30 new sorts, $4 to $7 50 per doz.
All our Plants are grown in extra small'pots, for
the special purpose ofdistant transportation. "Sav
ing in this manner giown,our plants for nearly six
teen years. and have . sent them to all' parts of tho
country with unvarying
i satisfaction to our custom
ers. Large experience npacking has enabled us to
ensure the safe arrival plants to any distance.
where the time does not exceed 19 days, in as good
condition as if bought at home. We make no charge
for Baskets, Boxes or Packing, on Bills of $5 and
Orders from unknown correspondentsmustinvrtri-'
ble be accompanied by a remittance or responsible
reference, else no attention eon be paid to the or
der. Perhaps the most satisfactory mode of
ment to strangers is in paying the express agent on
receipt of the goods. Descriptive Catalogue on, ap
plication. PETER HENDERS.ON,
fob 24-3 m Jersey City.N. S.
N• 0 .T I C .E
NURSERY STOCK OF EVERY ;VARFETY.
SELLI?TO OFF AT LESS TIIIN-COST,.t .
BAX WOOD NURSERY and' ROSE GARDBN,
EAST LIBERTY, ALLEGHENY CO:, PA. .
Over FIFTY ACRES under cultivation
choicest varieties of everything' to be found in - a
FIRST CLASS NURSERY -
-nturx AND ORNAMENTAL .TREE 3,
Shrubs and plants t all in fine condition and carefully
labeled, The ROSE is the speciality in the floral
department: many of its rarest varieties being
ported direct from France.
Owing to -Gen. Negley's absence in'the army, we
are selling out the concern, and we r invite - orders
large or small, as well from the trade as from private
easteers. We still retain the former foreman, Mr.
Komp. whe has b :en employed in the establish
mcent for the lasc.en years, so as to secure perfect ac
curacy, and'careful package in filling orders.
-march 2-3 in East Liberty, Allegheny Co., Pa.
111QI YDE R' S FRANKLIN COUNTY
..iLioNURSERIES.—Faurr AND °BRADT:ETA L TREES
GRAPE VINES, STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ETC.—The
largest stock to select from in the county Every
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANTIine that
is at all desirable can be supplied . from the corn
tnonest standard Fruit Tree, to the retest and most
choice native or foreign species or variety of Fruit-
Or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are unusual
ly fine, stout heavy. trunks, fnrnished with -Me
hraucbingp heads, from three to five feet from the
ground, as may be-desired. Our aini is to grow the
best of everything 'prunipg, and cultivating upon
scientific prinolples, consequently, our
are Rot offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old lot-alone system, An invitation is ex
tended to all who arc interested in fruit culture, to
come and sea for them Solves. _
A largestek of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants,
ROR lints, will be ready in April and May.
Enclose a t rim cent stamp for descriptiro 'Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees, fie:
Add/cis, ' B. L. RYDER
West Franklin Nurseries.
mar 16-tf Near London. Franklin Co.. Pa.
K"sTONE NUESERY.—The 'sub
scriberisweyared to furnish most articles us
ually to be Mufti" in Nursertet• - , of good quality and
at reasonable itktes.
The Stock orttbraces all the lending kinds of ,
FR IJ T. TREES.
Apples,, Cherries,' Peaches.
Dwarf and Standard Pears,
Gooseberries Blackberries, tt-c.
Also can be furnished a good assortment of
AUFIRGR EN TREES,
Evergreen„and other Shrubbery, Shade Trees,
Great Facilities are posessed for shipping . articles
to all parts of the country. as the lilarsery
ately adjoins the City of Harrisburg.
mar 16-tf JA.COB )IISH. Harrisburg, Pa.
THE OPORTQ GRAPE.—This Grape
is not recommended. particularly as
fruit, but makes ant:excellent, dark colored, rich. :
_len closely resembling genuine,
old-timed RORT WTNE, - that none but experienced'
iuitges.ean distinguish between the two: Although
it is manufaeturedi . extensively in Western New
"York,tbe supply is unequal to the demand, at from
$1 50 to $4 per gallon: .
Vines for sale by
i the subscriber, who has been ap
pointed Agent for tfat the following prices:
Ono to three year old. 2;le to 50 ets eneh, At'f.t 50 to
$5 per dozen, $l5 td,,5.10 per 100. JACOB AfISH.
roar. 16-tfl Key=stone-Nursery. flatrishfg. Pa.
PEA_R_TREE,S.—Standard and tiwarf
1 Pear Trees of the leading and most valuable
varieties. Among - :them can be furnished. some
EXTRA SEIJECTED " Trees : the Dwarf having
fruit buds and leatlSt for immediate bearing. -
Price for good trees, 50 to 60 cts each-=•Extra se
lected 75 cts to $1 cash. Rates lower by dozen. •
J. 51ISH, Keystone Nursery,
mar 16-tf] Harrisburg, in.
The Great Tonic
The Great; Tonic
The Great Tonic
Tho -Grecte Tonic
GRAPERAPE VINES.—Tho demand for our
iS largely inerenstng every Eleason. Parties
wishing to purchase this Spring. weidd do well to
order early, as the demand promises to exceed the
supply. .Send for Catalogue, enclosing stamp.
mar 9] • -J. KNOX, Box, 153. Pittsburgh, Pa.
BERRY TREES.—A fine assortmentC
,of abtiut Forty best varieties, trees of large size
Price, 30,'ts 5) ets, 75 ets each: $3, $5. $7 per doz.,
$lB, $2.5, SC) per 100. J.
mar 164] Keystone Nurgeray, Ilarrisb'g, Pa.
11(10' ENQVAL.L 2 From. 433 Market Street
tothe htrie IRON BUILDING, 513 Miitsuid
510 Commerce Streets, Philadelphia. =
Mute Goode than any Howie in the trn
A:. H. FR A NCIS,CITS,-,.
513 MARKET AND 510 COMMERCE
keeps the Largest Stock in the United States of
Buckets. Brooms, Tubs, Churn 4
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures, - •
Clocks. LOoking-Glasses. "Oil Cloths and
Carpets. Window Shades and Paper,
Bud Cages, Japan• Ware and 'Whips.
Also—Cotton Batting. Wadding.:
• Twines, Wicking, Ropes in Coils
and Dozens, Cotton Yarns,
Cotton-and . Linen Carpet-Chain.
Our prices average Lower than any other
How ID thq city. Call and see for yourselves.
For furthegparticulars apply to S. S. SHRYOCK,
Chamberaburg. sop 23 63
We_only ask a Thal
We only ask a Trial
We only /IA a Trial
We only ask a Trial
R F ERET. Y
. ' &
1 KON WM. H. G
The undersigned, respectfully announces to the;
citizens of Chatnbersburgand surrounding - country,
that they still
the manufacrrire of COF
FINS, and are prepared to attend Funerals in Town
and Country. • •
Coffins of 3fahopaily,eloth. _Walnut, Cherry, &c.,
made to order at the shortest notice, and moat reas
onable terms. -
They are also prepared to furnish to order, .the
myrALLIC CO INS,
They will attend
laying out of Cbt•phee,
which will be dime in a. satisfactory manner. Re
member Wm. Flory's old stand.
ar.9.13m0 • - FREY & MONG.
IjARENTS - 9F SOLDIERS in the ser
i vice or iri Hospitals;Can furnish them with the
REPOSITORY three months for2s dz.; six months
for Wets. or one year for $l.OO.
&Fri, /Hants anb Vines.
TREES!! TRE - ES!! T,REES!!!
IMPORTANT TO. FARMRRS AND
111RF.ICIISNCES AND LNDIICEMZ. OFFV,RE.
100,006 Extri large Emile Trees, sai6 to Ilifeet hi _ h,
for sale on reasonable , terms, eonsideri l ag the
quality of trees and fruit offered
As the castourof planting lame" apple trees alorig
the fences of Farms is beginning tn attract 'the at-
tention it dwarves, the above offers , fair oriporturd
ty for the purpose.
Large trees easefully taken 4, plaritetearefallY
. • ,
and r attended to for a few years until well established
will be found to give a moreJiberallettrxt thus sit
uated than the trees standing in ereivded and iii at-
teudod orchards. Thus sot in the AO sun and free
air; receiving the regular 'tillage and' - manuring of
the field, they frill be found to do well, and injure
the crop, but slightly. by exhaustion, while toe the
' ler hand, they will cheek the free blast of Win&
, - •
4nd measureflll.the want - Of the toreSt! se en-
tiFely cicared - avnty. ‘ -4.lsp,spr..T3
EXTRA LARGE EVERGREENS AND
foi hatiodiate'etTett.' Al linquiricsregirdingyriecs
&e., promptly answered.. . Address,
DAVID 31EGLER, dr.,
Cizmlierland 'Ars . cries;
,C T I VAT- 1.0 N
' is much more easy Mid. Eraccessf r ul in the
COMMON DRY SOIL OF PRIVATE GARDENS,
MARKET GARDENS, OR IN
than in the usual clumsy - way in bogi and meadows.
, • The yield this season, in my ' method
of culture, was over
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Explicit directions for cultivation, with price of
. AND ALL 'OMER ÜBRFUL Al4-011NAMENTAL -
TREES. PLANTS AND SHRUBS,
will be send by _mail. Plants prepaid by mail.
- ' B. it. WATSON,
' did Colony Narierics,
' Plymouth. Mass,
T RE, ES AN . Ei ".P AN TS
Or, ALL tINDS•
DIC'IDUOUS AND .EVE k p.GREEN,
FRUIT AND ORNA - MENTAL,
in all sizes, at low rates. - Purchasers should
send for new -
PRICE' LIST FOR 1864,
BF.FOIIS PURCHOL'CG ELSWHETtIt
Carriage paid to Boston. Newport and New Yoik
Old Colony Nurseries.
.prepaid by mail, '
I.N G . RtA T. V
,Aqi, I T Y.,
PRICE LIST 3S - OW READY.
- B. 111.,WATSON ;
- Plymouth, Mass.
To JiGEN'FS 44.Z:D DEALERS
TREES 4151:,D SEED,
• " 431 4 -,- , ,
, TO OLV:TI
Wholesale Catatogto for 1864 "
SS to if ariAnY.•
'Carriage of Peolsit'ges paid to
EOSTON, NEWPORT AND NEW YORK. '
Ohl Colony Nurieries,
march 2-3 m Plymouth. Mass.
TIRANKLIN Nj:FR SER Y;
Chambersburg Pa. I world offer to the ptiblit
a well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,
Peach, Pear and Plum, of all leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, such as Idaples, Linden,
Ash, Horse Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway Spruce;
American Balsam Fin. Arbor Vitacs in variety.—
Hardy Shrubs: each as Spires . s in large variety,
Weigeliaand D,eutzias, many of these are well eLl
cub ted for cemetery lots Honetsneklcs, Forsythias
Also, Grapes Catawba, Isabella, Concord, .Diana,
Currants, the leading kinds: Raspberries, Straw
Flowers—Roses. Verbenas, Heliotrope, Gerani
ums, Fuschsias, Petunias. All of which will be sold at reasonable prices for
cash. The usual .Kitehen Garden Plants, by The
dozen;hundreds or thousands.
Send fora circular, as all applicants are supplied
free. [feb 24-Im] JACOB HEYSER, Agent,
I % TirV TFA I M T D ' NUR
SMALL FRUITS '
for Spring of 1864, including DR: JOHN A. WAR
DER'S Reportto the Cincinnati Horticultural So
ciety, of a visit to our groundl, during • the Straw
berry and Grape seasons, giving descriptions of
varieties, modes-of culture, etc., is now ready, and
will be sent to all applicants enclosing stamp.
mar 0.-3 t J. KNOX. Box, 155 Pittsburgh, Pa,
STRAWBERRY PLANTS:--All otir
Plants vferelaid in. and carefully•worlred, test,
season. Sucn plants are much more valuable than
those produced in the erdin nry *as , . " -
Send for a Catalogue enclosing stamp
J. KNOX, Box 155; Pittsburgh, Pa.
.1 - GB PRINTING, in every style, done
u at the Office of the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
CO3 USED OP
JODIDE 1 3. 0 TA. 8 - 8
With the COmpoutolConeentrazed Eluhl Fattraot of
ROOTS AND HERBS,
PREPARED. 8Y M.8.11 attao..m.
Graduate College of Physi c i ans and Surgeons. Ni
Y,,fonnerly Asst. PhYsioion Blorkivell's Island
itospitiCs late Medic:ll Inspector N. York
State Nolunteer Depots. under Borer
nor Edwin D. Morlran.
CONSTITITyION LIVE SYRUP.
A • liiVOLITTION' IN 'MEDICINE!
What IZINY - seem almost .inerediblc is, that twang
diseases hitherto considered hoperessly inattrablsi
are frequently cured in a fort days or weeks, and we
cheerfully invite the investigations of the liberal
minded and scientific to cures which have no paral- -
lel at the present day.
Our medioine is peculiar, by it the scat of anydis
ease is directly • reached; and the equilibrium res
lho,:e who have-suffered long from painful end ob-
Those, who have vainly sought telief from adver
Those who cannot be eared by other physicians—
Are ineiled to toe Constitution Life Syn
• Daring the past five years we have contended with
obstacles and overcome opposition as heroujoan ea,
werp over enemas:wed by any Reformers.
• RAPIDITY OF CURE:
: Solue.teacyour cures are too quiek.' il while eth
ers doubt t Air *.erformaine, and think thatiliscan
escan onlY eared by the - slow, recuperative pro;
eess of Nat} Av.'? Thij is,ourreplY:
In healtig the body, like a well-balanced scale, is
inn state aelinilibrium. • But. when from any catme
down goes tone side of the scale, we have the effect,'
of disetse. s What is required is, to restore' the nor
;ma Baia of theyeale. • , -dr
1 -- C 7.1 LIFE SYRUP.
A positive - and specifio remedy for all diseases ari
sing from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD;
and all (hereditary) DISEASES transmitted
frem . PARENT TO CHILD. • - ' • ,
lleicaplegin. Paresis, Paraplegia, Para:l3 , 4s Atittans: .
It is so universally admitted that Conitituttoti
Life Syrup . is the only effective MC4ll3$ of restoration
in the various forms of Paralysia, that vre need 'not
reiterate that it is emphatically the Oreat Life-Giv
• .. DYSPEPSIA. " • '•
Indigestion:. Liver Complaint. Want of,Aplitq
Weight at Stomach Biliousness. Constipation:
Flatulence.- - Bad Breath. .
_ i .. SCROFULA. ..
Strum% ' Glandular Swellings. Salt Rhetira.
King's . Evil.. Erysipelas. Ulceration.
This taint, horiditary and acquired, filling life with
untold miory, is by all usualmedical remedies in=
.. . . .
RHEUMATISM: ; -
Arthritis. , Neuralgia. Tic Doloureanx.
Lumbago. , -, Sciatica. Gout
If there-Is any disease in which the Constitution
Life-SYrud is a sovereign, — it is in Rheumatism and
its kindred affections. The most intense pains are
almost instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are
reduced. Cases, chronic or vicarious. of 20' ur 30
years' standing, have been cured by us.- - - -
NerVous Debility. ',Shattered Nerves. SlVitus'O'nee
Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will blase
the day on Which they can read theselines. Partic
ularly to weak, suffering woman will this medicine
prove an inestimable blessing—directing their foot
steps to a hope which fulfils more thah it promises.
. . _
Feeling of Weariness. ' Depression' of Spirits.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purges the Sys-.
teen entirely from all the evil effects of MERCURY:
removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Cal
omel insure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums
and seetthis the Teeth as firmly as ever. •
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
EnulicateS, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases,
of the skin, like
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,' 1
And all other difficulties of this kind—which sp
- disfigure - the - litatvrard — appearandls - or no In
males and females, often making them, a disgusting
object to themselves and their friends.:
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
. CllllO ALL, SWELLING OF THE' GLANDS,
Either of-the Face, Neck, or Female Breast, and
should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected,
thus preVenting their breaking,and producing trou
blesome Discharging Sores, which ,listigure mime
of the yohnger portion of the community,' from six
to tiventsi years of age. Youngg children are very
subject to Dischargps from the Ears. which - depends
upon a Scrofulous constitution. These cases soon ,
recover by taking it few doses of the Life Syrup
All scrofulous persons suffering from General Do.
bility, Emaciation, DYgpepsia and Dropsy of the
Limbs, abdomen and in the Female, Dropsy of the
ovaries and twomb, generally accompanied with In
flammation and ulceration of the Uterns, are , per=
mintentl* cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The
disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, - tho Life
Syrup will remove entirely. Thereinedy should bif
taken for some time, as the disease is exceedingly
chronic and stubborn, and will not beret/toyed with;
out extra effort.
Tatum* of the Ovaries; Tumors of the Breast and
swelling of other glands of the body will be com
pletely reduced without resorting 'to the, knife' r
operations of any kind. , -
EpilePtic Fits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitation. Diseases of the Wren,
producing, a grating or filing sound , Drosy of the
Heart Case, and all the affections of this impatient
organ, (Persons suffering, any acute potato the
region of the' heart) will be greatly relieved by
Coast tiitian Life Syrup._ - -
lIROREN-DOVN AND,DELICATE CONSILTu 11ORS
suffering frOM Indisposition 'to Exertion. Pain in
the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horror.of
Calamilzy, Fear of Disease; Dimness of Vision. Dry.
Hot Skip and Extremities, Want of Sleep; Restlegi
ness Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitudeof
the Muscular System, all require the aid 'of Collett - ,
tption Life Syrup.
! -- FOR ALL FORMS OF
Uri CE-RATE D DISEASES.
either Of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine. Fore
head or'Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal,
MOTH PATCHES upon the female face, depen
ding upon a diseased action of the Liver, arc very
unplemlant to the young wife and mother. A few
bottles o,f ponstitution-Life Syrup will correct the
see - Mien and - reinevo the deposit', whichis directly
under the akin.
In Diseases of the Liver. giving rise to rionquors
Dissiness,'lndigestion, Weak Stomach. or 6A:inures.
ated or!,caneerons condition of that organ, sOoPta
paniedsgith burning and ether unpleasant symp
toms Still be relieved by the use of Constitution,
AS A EIENERAL•BLOOD-PUBIFYIIZO V AGOtt
THE:LIFESYRUP STANDS ITNRIVALLED
. _ ,
BY - ibi;VoitfiK
-Diseasea of the Spine, as usually dovolopedin the
you ng.:Hip Disease; Neuralgia,_and all Nervous di
seases. and Ladies who are suffering frord Dittoes - el
for which they are at a loss to know what to d9.'
we would advise the use of Constitution Life Brrep - .
It will restore their pallid countenance, strengthen
their Weak back and side, give them new energy.
new life and happiness..:
THE BICH AND POOR -
are liable to the same dbetises. Nature ail& Sci
ence have made, the Constitution Life ByruP fot the
PURE BLOOD- - -
Produces healthy men and women. and if the Con-,
stitutioU is neglected in Youth,' diseaseand east) ,
death is the result. Do not delay when the meant
are so near at hand, and within the reach of all.
TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED_LADIES.
It is the safest andmost efficient medicine eyer dis
covered for purifying thesy. stem'and rellonng the
suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strength
ens both the mother and the child. prevents
and dilten.se. and increases and dnricheslhe food.—
Those who have used it think it indisperisiable.- It
is highly useful both before and after confinement,
as it prevents disease attendant upon childbittls,•-
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
IS THE' POOR MAN'S FRIEND AND THE
RICH MA5'B BLESSING, - •
BUY IT. TAKE IT, AND DE CURED.
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS'
'WM. H. GREGG.II. D., •
Sole Proprietor. Now Yorti.
• 'LABORATORY. BROOKLYN, L. 1., .
pitTnE tl PER BOTTLE; 6 BOTTLES Pos sS.
,say.isent by Express to all parts of tiieeoliniry:
MORGAN & ALLEN, , , •
Wholesale Droggists. AGENTS,
I • • 46Cliff Strad. , Now Yorkb
Sold by Johnson Courdenahila*- -
plats, Fa., and all Drnmists. " - - •
For 'solo by.A. J.,MIER. Obaugrixtbstrs,,'
1 1 '3 .bital,
Rotting of bones,
Aches us Bones.