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V I- LOWERSEEDS-
Flower Seeds from their compattness and light
•wei4ht.ean be safel.v and QpecdilY transported br
Mail to any 'Pirt of the count*-, thereby giving these
who live remote from the larger towns add cities,
where they can be procured, nearly an equel chance
with those living in them, . rocuring at a moder
ate rate, tiLfthe choice and ram • • ekes. For the
.itecousnlishinent of this Purpose. we° '
tug collections, compriqing the most beau ••••••
Ahowy imats.-Biennials, and Perennials, wine
will be sent by mail free of postage, to any part of
the. United States, at the following prices :
• t- ASTERS.
12 ex. fine vox:Tr:tiff, new unny-trwd
St selected. '
• 6 splendid. " peony -perfection
6 frnest globe
10 beautiful " dwrf. ehrysanthcian. . 100
10 splendid " Giant Emperor 159
splendid var. Reid's new Quilled
4 finest var. Double Coeardcau
3.2 extra fine var. Pyr.tinidal Bouquet
12 superior var. Quilled ................... .. . .
S beautiful var. new Ranunculus, floved 75
4 ye* . fine var. new Hedgehog - 40
- In addition to these I put, up a collection of As
-I.ers witiph I consider to he the finest ever sent out,
It contact's 10 packages of mixed color.A of the fol
lowing' kinds, viz: 'Cruffaut's New Peonv, geonY
Perfection, - Giant Emperor, Inibrieue i Pomnone,
ertrima Quilled, Ranunculus. Hedge Hog. Reid'a
'lmproved. La Surnirba. and the beantifulnew Aster
Sldendens. No ono who delights to grow fine flow
ers. should fail to send for g one of these packages.—
BALSAMS, 12 finest prize Balsams S" 00
%I:ERMAN STOCKS, 12 supurb new varieties,-. 1
ten week largo flowering OO
" 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 1 50
1,0 Finest, varieties Mafigold
6 Newest " = Marvel of Peru •
75 Select " Neinohpila
12 Distinct " Ornamental Grass
12 " Guard 5........ ....
Beautiful Phlox Drurnmondi.
k•in css ' • Pet.asias
Cr ERMAN FLOWER SEEDS, 12 Splendid
I. var. Pink, Carnation
12 Splendid varieties Pink Picotee
"• 8 Distinct ' " Portulnees
"," 8-Finest " Sweet Peas
6 Splendid var. Scahiosa large limed.
6 Extra. fine " Snapdragon. •
12 Selected " Si) pi clos.sis,
" 12Superb " Wallflower, 'doublc...:.
8 Sup. new " Cockscombs
-9 Virmit " Callionsis
6 Selected " Climbing plants
'2o' " ineledingriewest-
Distinct " Delphinium
" 18 Finest " Chinenscs
Album: pure whiter. 2 feet
Brilliant, crimson and White. 2 feet
Caryophilloides, magnificently striped, 2 feet-.
Dent, rosy fiat/nine and white, 2 feet—.
Firefly, orange-scarlet and white, 2 feet,
Reildes Felix., brilliant scarlet. 2 feet:..
Downie, Laird aid Laings.sfinest Prize
aribaldi, a mast beautiful vermillion tar, new
Napoleon ILL maroon, foot
- Indica, blue, fine trailer, from Nepaul, 3 , 1 foot.
‘Yarszewiezi.bright crimson,from Chili.l y, feet
lsrandiflora, large flowered, bright scarlet,' ft
Finest prize, from Donie, Laird and Laing,
Best English prize-, double
" " " Rose flowered
" " " Miniature
" " Persian pale yellow, sweet scented
.OSE rLowERED. Splendid mixed
Spotted, six beautiful colors atisca...'
Red, from India, :2: feet
Compaeta Flegantissima. large, redish yellow,
free flowering, from South .Amer4m, 2 feet...
Warseewiciii. brilliant red, foliage" striped,
from Central America, 3 feet I '
Finest prize. dwarf habit, large combs, very
slntrocepliala Vligantea, brilliant, red. very
large handsome heads, front Asia, l'ft
Dwarf, rose, very beautiful
Tellow...new and fine, ik' t ft
New Gi'ant, very large. brilliant red, 1
Spicata Rosea, a new-French 50rt, 1 1.% ft
AI ix( d
Splendid mixed, saved &ulna choice, collection
embracing all tho rich and varied colors of
this fa,t.-orite greenhouse flower
Grand Mora, new large flowered, splendid
owTi Spotted. saved from a BPICIAId collection
of Prize flowers by an eminent German fl or-
. ist ; embracing all the rich and brilliant col
ors and markings peculiar to this beautiful
and showy tripe of 'plants; 114 ft
Shrubby, mixed varieties, colieeted from a
"spleddid collection of finest self colored and
spotted ?farts. These are half hardy imreti
nods and adapted for bedding oat in the
open ground during sumtuer.blootning abun
dantly throughout the season
lterbcceous, extra choice
, Pine mixed
Extra Select, from priie ilowersonly
Downie* Laird & Lang, tq . Scotland, Price
, The various undermentionedl varieties produce
fruits. of the most, singular and grotesque appear
ance, and - are very desirable as rapid.,.Ottnbers
Plexuosus, Snake Cucumber, very handsome.
2iielo Chito, red-fruited
- i•Cardiopetalum. deep blue, profuse bloomer,
admirably adapted as edgiumi for large beds
Elatnm. Ike Larkspur
rota-to:min. rich blue andwhite, the most hand
some and ornamental of thel class making
a grand dkplav the first season, if sown early
lOranditlortim, dark blue
Hendersoni, blue and white, very fine
new and fine.
EMI= Speeto bil I is,
Chiumins, best mixed
.• 'Anima, red spotted
" Caruleum, beautiful spotted
'Hybrid-I:invite'. from the best iiamed varieties
India or China Pink, twenty rare varieties
Alba, fine double white =-
Alba Striata. double white, red striped fine--
Ileddewigi, dleddowig's new iJapan Pink, a
most valuable acquisition from Japn.n,plants
scarcely one foot high, very j bushy and cov
ered with a profusion of flowers, which mea
sure nearly, three', inches in diameter, with
colors consisting of rose, crimson and violet;
some are delicately marbfed. others self-eol
ore& suitable for the conserivatory, bower or
. DIANTHUS' CH INENSIS,
neddewigi Hybrids, fl., pl. Nova, new hybrid
double flowered, rinsed by hybredizing
DMnthils Heildewigi with the double Garden
Pink, It •thrnsrs Ur) strong flower stalks,
about 1 1 ,6 ft. in height. the flowers are both
double itml semi,double, of the same size as
the Ileddcwigi. the semi-double have the
same rich shades and colors, the doubles
pure galore without shades
Barbatus, Sweet William, mixed - fks
- nuracular flowered 10
- " double mixed i 10
Gardnerianns, various colors' 05
NEW - AND CHOICE VARIETIES OF VEGE
I include in this list only such as are new anilval
nable and not readily obtained. The most of them
I have received from the celebrated English flrniiof
Carter & Co., London = and they can bo confidently
recommended, inclndinn a few American novelties
• of great merit.
CARTER'S SEEP GSYTII BEET,
Medium size, good shape. shbrt top, rich deep
blood red color, fine flavor, decidedly the
best heed in cultivation. lipreto this the past '
year and found it fully equal to the recom
rdenciation. Per pkg 1 25
"HENDERSON'S FINF.I IAPPLE BEET,
-Compact, short top, roots medium sized and
ef:, adeep crimson, good flavor. -Pcr_phg-••• 1 0
LITTLE PIXTEI CABBAGE. •
Very early:smolt, delicate-flavor •15
WHITE JAPANESE MELON,
This is the finest ,flavorixl thinrskinned musk
melon yet introduced._The seed is from
Julian. No lo*er, of this fine fruit should
;,fui to try
WESLEY C 025
- „ o mirch 2-2 in Chatham 4 Corners, Col. Co., N. Y.
A — RTILUR.II.I BAND - '6LS,
-: ; j1. MANUFACTURE OF ROSEWOOD. AND
I.OOKING GLASS AND' PICTURE FICA MRS.
of every ctezeription,
OF-THIRD AIiDiCALI.ORILL STS.,
Orden to the, huyeat extent promptly executed°
Orders by S. S. SERYOCIC, Chambarab's, Pa.
E - X.TRA INDUCEME,NTS
. Persons sending $1 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to $1 10
Persons sending $2 may select seeds at Cate,
logue prices amounting t
sereet seeds-at -Cata
'Persons sendsng St." - ; raPY_ _
priers amounting to
• sons sending. tz•l may select seeds at Cata
'"•i•.- - Pm.rik4+ - s - ismountring to
,i..may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amottato
Persons sending $lO nn act seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to 13 00
These will be put up together and send to one ad
dress, or in sepemte packages and mailed to the
dyers of each individual -forming a club, as may he
desired. -In all cases the postage will he prepttid.
same'cleduction will of course be made to any
person ordering:..,l would again call attention to my
selection of Asters, in collections, (for tillescrintion
B ce Page 16.) which I think is the finest ever o ff ere d .
'I set! the eolleetien at sl,no, yet if selected setter-
ntely f rom th e Catalomie it amounts to $1,43. Also
my German Storks, Balsams, Pansies, Carnation,
Pieotee Pinks, Cineraria_antr Caleeolaria, Ice.,
all of which have been received from the most cele
brated growen‘ iu England. Scotland and Germany.
and are of first quality. If- it should he hiconven- !
ient'for you to make your own selection, by enclos
ing the amoent you are desironit of expending, and
stating for what pnrpor the seeds are reruired, you i
may rest assured that I will make the selections in
the mosfintlicirets and liberal manner,
Persons wanting n larger quantity or wanting to
act as agent will please address me.
Dnring the past two years, our collections of Elcrw-•
sir Seeds by maikhave been sent to almost every
State in the Union. and so far as ire have learned,
hare given universal satisfaction, and it is our earn
est endeavor tr make these collections nut only
secon d t o no n e. but to make them superior to those
sent from any other establishment in the country.
N. D. Pa rticelar attention should be paid to
The ..4darreo , , Town, County and Store infull.—
Cntainzne.4 will fie scut to all applicants upOn a re;
ceipt of a three cent stamp. Address.
.1. WESLEY JONES
mar2-2m Chatham 4 Compri+, Col. en„
T . ANDRETIPS AGRICULTURAL DI
-1-4 PLEM ENT .A ND SEED \WAREHOUSE,
21 an d 2:3 Smith Sixth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
D.tvin L omaßrit C SoN, - Proprictors of Blooms
dale which contains near four hundred aeres, in
high filth, devoted to the production of GARDEN
are »oe, prepared to supply Country Ali,r
-pltitt_„* Druggists and all others who deal in Seeds,
with hage tc:• small quantiti , s, by flue pound or
hu-fiel. and also in Papers P1:11e ready for tetailinc.
The Establishment represented be David Land
nth C Son, has been founded nearly three-fourths'
of 9 . century.
The wide-spread popultarity, and the demand in
creasing from year to scar, for
Landreth's • Warrauted Garilen Seeds,
is evtdence or the high value entertained for them
by the public'.
Landreth's' Garden Seeds are not only favorably
received throughout the Union. but ore shipped to
many foreign 'ports.. Indeed it- may be stated wilh
national pride that they mac into netive competi
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 there—as.mretithat they will be found fully
eQual to their high reputation.
- Landreth's Rural Register and AVnanne contain=
ing catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions,
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agricultural
Implements. DAVID LANDIIETH l SON. .
augl2-Iyl Nos. 21 and 13 South iith St.; Phila.
FRESH GARDEN _SEEDS
GARDENERS, MARKET GIRDEN ERS
PIIRCEASING SEEDS IN
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES,
by sending a list of what they require.
WILL , RECEIVE THE BY RETURN
pith the lowest possible prices ,annesed for cash
CARRIAGE PAID TO
BOSTON AND NEC :TORT
Sceds pre-paid by wail
AGRICU LT UL AR INPLE3IENT
WILLIAM L. BOYER a BRO.,
Sixth Street and Germantown Avenue,
Manntacturers of the
•- Premium Farm Griot Mitt
HORSE POlrElti AND THRO.ITERS,
Circular Saw Machines, COrn
Sheller., Grain Faits ' ,
and ei•ery variety of approved
Agri , mltural Implements.
tr 4.• Send for Cirea/ur and adde.s
WM. L. BO:YER & BRO.,
may 15-ly Philadelphia, Pa
aPACIFIC GT.; Al , lO.
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PHOSPHATE OF LIME, to
which has been added. by aehemical process, a larce
per ventage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not etaponge. making it equal, if not superior to
ant other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with copies of Analyser: by Dr. Jack
son. Mom.. State Assayer, and Dr. Liebig, of Balti
more. and testimonials from sei en tifie Agriculturists,
showing its Caine. Can be obtained from
J. 0 BAKER, &
SELLING AG ENTS.;
march 2-IY. Si Wall Street, New York,
B URKHART <3;.: NSIIEY,
. • AND DRAT.ERS
P R tr•l T , T- O'Y S,
F A N---0 Y GOOD S,
, North Main Street, (West
MORWAY MAPLE TREES. from 8 to
.L 12 feet high and vigorous. A handsome Trec, -
Ouch' resefabling the Sugae" Maple, but, of more
certain:end rapid growth.
Price 40@60 cents each: $3 5006 per dozen: $2O
040 . per 100. JACOB blIBll.
. n i fEr vg • - Keystone Nursery, 'Harrisburg.
. IN ,
TING in every style - done at
j7it P R I NTING
o f t)ie itRANKLIN REPCBI7I3Bri,
B. M. WATSON.
Old Colony Nursories,
it itkati ittmoktorti; 13, 1864.
We are now prepared to fill orders for
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
MACHINERY OF ALL RINE'S,
as well to-SMALL TOOLS for the Faro and Gar,
lon. such as j
Roes, Forks, Rakes, etc.:
SCYthes. and Scythe-St-in:C.?,
and4Agrichaltnrall i lEa;rdw,are
We offer, also, a large assortment of our l own man
Coffee and Grain - AMIN'
Sugar 'Mills for Grocers'use, ' -
Store Trucks of variouS patterns,
of all kinds, such as
Coe's Superphosphate of Lime,
• Pure Ground Bone, -
Peruvian Guano and Poudrette
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be found a complete selection of the best kinds
Of ITeettible, Flower
and, Grass Seeds,
arrd Seed Grath,
raised expressly fur us by the'most teliable
AMERIVAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS.
The unretnittinp, personal attention of the best
Seedsmen is given to their•quality, and otti custom-
et , may 'rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
We sell in small or large-quantities tO‘itait
sers, and said in small lots by mail to all parts of
the United States
We will forward Price-Lists and Descriitive
Ir. f& co.,
189,191 and 193 Water Strect,liew York..
lays to all desiring;them
' CLIPPER MOWING ACIIINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and twos -
s now rehdy for sale-.
In convenience and lightness of draft, this issa
_perior even to the old Style of Allen 111wer so long
and so deservedly popular.
It has literally no frame, and nearly gil its parts,
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Gears, are
made of Steel or Wrought andZialeabli Iron. It is
thus the strongest and lightest machine in the
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S
tl CHEAP FERTILIZERS.
This Fertilizer is composed of night knil and the
fertilizing elenients of urine, combinerf, chemically
and mechanically with other valual3l; fertilizing
agents and absorbents
It is reduced to n puiverilent eonditiOn, ready for
immediat e 11 4,, and without-loss of its highly nitro
getums fertilizing properties:
Its universal applicability - to all cro s and soils,
and its durability and active qualit CS, are well
known to be all that agriculturists can desire.
Price, $25 per Ton.
This Fertilizer is largely mini - Nosed ofUnimal mat
such as meat, bone, fish. leather, hi it and wool,
together with chemicals and inorgan 0 fertilizers,
which decompose the mass, and retain he 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
erally, and especially for potatoes, and garden pur
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheapness.
have madu'it very popular with all who have used
IL Price, sli per Ton.
TREE AND. FRUIT FERTILIZER.
It is a highly Phosphatic fertilizer, and is particu
larly adapted for the cultivation of tree,,, friuts,
lawns and flowers. It will promote a very vigorous
and hedl thy growth of wood and fruit, and • largely
increase the quantity and perfect the-maturity of
thc fruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be fOund en indispensable article to
secure their greitest perfection. It will prevent and
cure diicased eonditiOns of the peach and grape,
and is f ixecilent for grass and lawns.
The MAUI% or method of combining its constitu
ent fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of eminent chemists and scientific agricul
turists; Pries, i.:50 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME. '
The Aarieuttnral Chemieul Compriny manufaCture
a Phosphate of Lime in aeeordt.neb with a new and
valuable formula, by which a Yer3l superior nrtiele
produced, w. as to be afforded at a less price than
other manufiteturers charge. Practical tests have
rT ow.d that its value. as a fertilizer, is
p alm' to the
heSt•Phosphate.of Lime in the-market. '\ Price, $45
per Ton :- _ . _
TERMS CASH.—.-Cartagc and Freight ,to be paid
hr the Purchaser. '
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL 'CO'S WORKS.
AT CAN AL WHARF, O' THE DRT.AWARR.
Office, 413 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 2-3m.]
COOK'S SUGAR E VAP ORATOR,
manufactured by BwrAtYnli,
Mansfield,Ohio.-140 are willing.to guarantee that
from two acres of good Cane, a sufficient number of
gallons of Syrup can be produced to cover cost of
Machinery, capable of making eighty gallons' o T
Syrup per day, which at fifty cents per gallon, will
pay for cost Of 'Mill nod Evaporator in four (Pose or
'where pan is wanted for a briekiarch, without the
Furnace, in lam time.
COOK'S SYRUPS have beep sold at nn average
of sixty cents a gallon, and none in market. An
azro,of good Cane will produce from 2 to 3110 gallons
SORGC/ SEED.—We offer a Superior Artiblo, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout the seed cod roll in
plaster. Plant in drills four feet apart. from North
to South. Light soil and S,outhern exposure pre
ferred, although not absolutely necessary, as it will
grow on soils where many crops would be a failure.
Cultivate as for Corn.
Cook's Evaporator has taken the first prernitun
over all others at tvro United States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs.
Clark Sorge Machine dompanY'S CANE MILL
and above SEED for,sale-by
W. G REED, A:ant.
Office—RE POSrmo BY Building. Ch am b'g, IPa.
rag- The Sorpo Hand-Book sent free to any per
son asking for it. mare
COHNER OF WASHINGTON .AND §HCONO arasEite
HAMBERSAURO„ PA, "
Gilman's improved Premium Plows; and all otlir
Pima now in general rise with POLISITEDIEOULD
both wrought-Iron Share and
ening. Hartows, Hoe Harrows, Cultivators, Pb,w
Castlngs, apd Wagon Boxes constantly on hand, br
made at short notice.
Farmers should boar in mind that-Plows purothi
ed 'of me can be repaitcd'at less trouble or ezPatie
then thosp that are „Made a great distance froln
house. Call, 89e and be oonvitred.
lie has also . purchased the rightraanufactuie
and sell 'Slemmons' Patent Iron, 'Double Slwve
Plows," which he keeps constantly on hand.
, Blecksmithing its various branches,
carried on at the above named_place.
fob 24-3 m ABRAHAM :NM'
PL A N' T S FOR TELE/ -DECORA
TION OF THEPARLOR.' CONSEII:VA
TORY OR PLOWER BORDER. Embracing over
500,000 plants, including the rarest and finest varie
ties in cultivation ef the following•sorts : . •
Artonhinuin or Snap Dragon. striped and mottled
varieties, el per dozen.
Asters, finest doable i.:irieties, $1 per dozen.
Aurieula Sweet William. uevr, $2
Caleeolars, beautiful spotted- varieties, $3 to $5 per
Dahlias, large show . varieties, 100 sorts. $2 per doz.
Dablias..booriet :varieties, -.12 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Deinhunim fermi3sim. hardy, blue herbaceous PI
$l5O p or dozen.
splendeils,.oranee‘and crinridi;P:l per doz.
Enselisias. 50 varieties, double and !Angle, .$1.50 to
Geraniums, summer flowering, all shades, $3 per
dozen. ' •
Pelargonium , $0 finest new sorts $.3 to $0 per dozen.
lieliotrope. 12 frarteties, $2 per dozens .
Hollyhocks 2- finest sorts. $4 50 per dozen.
„H o n eystieldes, 6 varieties, t 3 per dozen.
Lantana.7, 16 sorts, $l per dozen
Lemon erhena... 25 to each, 32 nor dozen.
Pansies.loo sorts, $1 per dozen. -
Pansies, finest English sorts, 25 varieties, $.l„ per doz.
Petunias, 25 N`arietic3, double and single, $4 50 per
- dozen. ,
Patunias, 100 !goes, from seed. $1 50 per dozen.
Phlox, hardy, 50, varieties, $2 per ,
Chrvsanthemunis, 100 sorts, $2 per dozen.
Pinks, Florists; 21 sorts :$° per dozen.-
Pinks. Monthly Carnations, 40 sorts, s3per dozen.
Roses, 100 sorts, :fine plants, from $3 to $9 per. doz.
Salrias. blue and tearlet. $1 50 per doz. -
Tropecolum. 6 varieties. splended. $3. per dozen.
Yerbenas, 50 finest sorts, named, $1, , ,50 . pez dozen.
50 finest s rts, without names, $1 50 P. doz.
" 30 dew t'OttS.,S4 to $7 50 per doz.
All our plants' arc grown in extra small pots, for
the special purpnse ofdistant transportatiOn. - Hav
ing in this manger grown our plants, for nearly six
teen years. and have sent them to all parts df -the
country with lenvarN.inc; satisfaction -to onr custom
ers. Large experience in parking bas enabled us to
ensuroth snfe Mrrival of plants to any dist:we.
where the (inn. does not expeed 10 days, in as good
condition as if bought at home. We iimke no charge
for Baskets, Ilexes or Packing f , on Bills of and
Orders front unknowneorresnondents must invari
ble be accompahied by a retnittancOor responsible
reference. also no attention can be paid to the or
der. PerhapSlhe most satisfactory, mode of pay.;
merit to strangers is in paying the express agent on
receipt of the goods. Deserintive Catalogue on ap
plication. ! : PETER HENDERSON, -
feb 24-3 m ; Jersey City, N. J:
N o i ' T E
NURSERY. STOCK EVERT? 'VARIETY
sEtain-eo pp,e AT LiSS THAii COST.
RAY WOOD !il7l-tSERY and ROSE GARDEN.
EAST LIBERTY, ALLEGHENY CO., PA
Over FIFTY. ACRES under cultivation of the
choicest varieties of eli:erything to , be foundiin
FIRST CLASS NURSERY
- • • ;nF
FRUIT 'A ND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs and plants, all in fine condition and carefully
labeled. The ROSE,is the speciality in .the floral
department; Many of,its rarest varieties-being im
ported direct from France.
Owing to Oen. Negley's absence in the army, we
are selling out'the concern, and we invite orders
large or smallas well from the trade as from private
customers. We still retain the former foreman, Mr.
Kenny, who has :en employed in' the establish
ment for the la., .en years, so as to secure perfect ac
curacy, and careful package in filling orders. -
march 2-3rn ' East Liberty, Allegheny Co:, Pa.
T H 'E CULT IVA. T 0 N
THE CRANBERRY -
is much more easy and successful in the
COMMON DIY SOIL Or 'PRIVATII•GARDENS.
MARKET GARDENS, OR IN
FIELD, CULTURE, -
thanin the usual clumsy way in boa and meadows.
The yield this season, in my method
of culture, was over
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS':PER - ACRE.
Explicit direCtioas for ealtivation, with pric- of
;CRANBERRY PE N S •
AND ALL L`SRFUL
TREES. PLANTS AND SHRUBS,
Will be send lby mail. Plants 'prepaid by
B. M. -
Old ,Colony Nurseries,
' • , Plymouth. Mass.
RYD E S FRANKLIN 'COUNTY
NuRsttiEs.—FRVITAND ORN sx F.NT AL TREES
GILAPE VINES. lI3TRAWBFIERY PLANTS, ETC.—The
largest stock to select from in the bounty. Etery
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that
is atoll desirable. can be suppfied from. the coin
monest standard 'Fruit Tree. to the:rarest and most
choice native !or foreign semeies or variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standout Apple Trees are unusual
ly tine, stout heavy trunks. furnished with fine
branching bends, from three to 6.0 feet from tlie
ground, as may be desired. Our aim is to grow' the
best of everything pruning, and gultiritting, upon
scientific prinbiples, consequently,mur productions
are not offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old lot-alone system. An invitation is ex
tended to'alllwho are interested in fruit culture, to
come and seelor themselves. I
A large stook of Greenhouse and, Bedding Pleats,
Roses, k.c., in pots, will he ready in April and May.
Enclose a thrbe cent stamp for descriptive, Cata
logue of Frui;t. and Ornamental trees:le.
Address, B. L. 'RYDER
West- Franklin Nurseries
marl6-tf . Near London. Franklin Co.. Pa.
EYSTONE NURSERY . I.—The sub
-11 scriber scriber ts prepared to furnish most articles ns
ually to be found iu Nurseries, of good quality-and
at reasonable rates.
The, Stock embraces all the leading kinds of •
Apples; Cherries,. .eitehes,
Dwarf and Standard Pears,
A pricots.• Plains;
Rasrdieri ies. Currants.
Gooseberries Blaatberties, ke.
Also. can be furnished , agood assortment of -
EVERGREE N - TREES. -
Evergreetcrma other Sheubbery, :Shade 'Trees, ke.
Great Faviliti es 'are Posessed fur shipping articles
to all parts of the country. n the Nursery inamedi ,
atelradjoins the City of Harrisburg.
mar lli-lf JACOB MISH, Jiarrisbura, -
1. HE OPO TO G wp'e
is not recotrimendea particularly as a dessert+
fruit,.but makes an excellent, dark colored, rich',
well bodied Wine, so closely resembling genuine
old-timed WINE, that nono but experienced
judges can distinguish between the two. Although
it is manufactured extensively •in Western Now
York, the supply is unequal to the demand, at from
$1 50 to $4 per gallon.
Vines for sale by the subscriber; who has been ap
pointed Ageht for it at the following prices:
One to three years old, 25c to 50 ets each 42 50 to
$5 per dozen, Tolley so'per 100. — JACOB MISH. •
mar 16-tfl stone NiirserY. liarrisb'g, Pa.
PEAR TREES .-- Standard and Dwarf
Pear Trees of the leading and most' valuable
varieties. Among them can be furnished some
'EXTRA SELECTED " Trees, the Dwarf having
fruit hulas and ready for 'immediate bearing.
,Price for good trees 50 to 60 MO each—Extra se-_
lceted 75 eta to $1 each. Rates_ lower by dozen.
• . J. RUSH, Keystone Nursery.
mnSl6-tij . Harrisburg. Pa.
HERRY TREES.—A fiike assortment
of about Forty best,varieties trees of largo size
and vigorous. 1
.• , ,
Price, 30, bts 50 cis, 75 ots each ;,$3, $5. s7.per doz.,
Vor, $35 per 100, • 3. MI„SH,
mar 16-tfi Ko'stone Nurserzy,liarrisb'g,
UUROREAN LINDEN—The Red-twig,
,ged variety, not subject to injuz3 , by the borer,
For Sale at Neystone Nursery, Harreibterf; Pa.
• Trees 10 to 12 feet high; 75 cents each: ta_per doz.
mart3l . JACOB BIISH.
'I,SIOR ASH, a handsome, orna
vnerital Shade Tree,' of aniti :and rapid growth.
Trees froo.B to .12 foot high. 40(401 cents. each;
$3 sOpet dbz.: $20(610 per 100: JACOB 1111811,
TMTLE E s ---Deitlefs' and 31 itu=
4..ufuturers Avioulband abd oth drimpleriurnta
can remain large elm of valuable customs bLAD,
VAftismoililhir FRANKLIN, REP,OSIWIE
Crecis; lataitto zuntl
S A'ND' L NTS
DECIDUOUS- AND EVERGREE,N, ,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL,
in ail sizes, atlorr rates. Parchttiers shanld
OR : 11864,
Carriage paid to Boston, Newport and lie • York
B. M. WATSON',
Old colony Nurseries.
PLANTS AND ;SEEDS
prepoli by.mail4 ;
IN GREAT VARIETY:.
B. M. WATSON,
TO AGENTS AND-DEALERS
• TREF,S:AN,T) SEED,
• TO- CLUBS.,
'Wholesale Catalogue for t 864 -
IS NOW READY.
• ' Carriage .of Packages paid to
BOSTON. N-EW PORT A 3.11) NEW YORK.
B. M. WATSON,
• Old Colony Nurseries, •
march-2-3in • Plymouth, Mass;
C'nambersbuT Pa. I would offer to the public
a well selected assortment of Fruit Trees, Apple.
Peaeh. Pear mid Plum. of ail leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, such as Naples. Linden,
hHorse Chestnut, Evergreens. Norway Spruce.
Alberican Balsam Fin, Arbor Vitas in variety.—
Hardy Shrubs, such as Spircas in large variety,
Weigelies and Deutzias, many of,theso are well cal
culated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles, Forsythias
Also, Grapes, Catawba, Isabella. Concord, Diana,
Delaware, Rebecca. &c.
Currants, the leading, kinds ; Rasp' eyries; Straw
Flowers—Roses. Verbenas, Heliotrope. Gerani
ums. Fusehsias, Petunias.
All of which will he sold at reasonable prices for
ca, eh. The usual Kitchen Garden Plantwby -the
dozen, hundreds or thousands.
Send for a circular, as all aptiliennts are supplied
free.' [feb 21-Iml JACOB HEYSER, Agent.
HORSE 'CHESTNUT TR
nary rizca for planting, 50 cents each Smaller
aize—from 5 to 7 feet-- - 25 cents each : $2 50 per doz;
slB'per 100. - JACOB MI:91.
ranr;23] Keystone Nursery,
JOHN Al. POINIERO'W
ARMY AND NAVY AGENCY
No. 204 , SOUTH FOURTH STREET;
The undersigned having resigned his position as
Paymaster in the U. S. Army, has Oyerted at No. 2N
South Fourth Steeet, an AGENCI. FOR PROCU
RING PENSIONS, and for the collection ofiOffi
core', Soldiers' and all other CLAIMS against the
My long experience as Paymaster has given' me
unusual facilities for becoming thoroughly acquain
ted with thfs business in all its details. On the re
ceipt, by mail, of a statement of the case of claim
ants, I will forward the neressary,papers fdr their
signature. Personal attention will be givcr toathe
cases at Washington.
No charge unless successful, when $5 will be_
charged for collecting small sums undersBo, and $lO .
on all stun= over that amount audunder WO. Lar
ger chains taken on special arrangement , -Fees in
Pension cures as fixed by law.
INFORMATION FOR ANL)
All Soldiers of the preient war who hare served
two years, and Soldiers discharged for ivounds re
ceived in battle, without reference to time of ser
vice. nre entitled besides their regnlar pay; to $lOO
In etdse Soldiers or Seamen aro discharged for di.-
ability or Irounda received while in the 'service; they
are entitled to a Pension according to the disability.
In case of the death of the Soldier before'dis
charge, through disease contracted or wounds re
ceived while in service, - his widow is entitled to re
ceive the $lOO bounty, besides arrearages of pay,
and pension define her lifetime or widowhood.
It' the Soldier' die after discharge, from disease
contracted or wounds received while - in service, his
'widow is entitled to a Pension of $96 per annum.
If no widow dr minor children, the mother of ft e
Soldier or Beaman Will receive the Pension, if th,
pendent on him wholly or in part for support.
if deceased S..ddier or Seaman leaves no widoW,•
his children are entitled to the same benefits h.s the
widow, except when the children may be over the
agelof 16 years.
It no widow nor minor children the bounty and
park descend to the heirs as folleivs;
First to the Father. second to the Mother; third
to the Brothers and Sisters, and then to the Nextof
I Discharged Soldiers clothing account was
unsettled at the•time of discharge, can recover any
balance due them, if the Conmany's books are not
destroyed. To draw this balance, write to your
Captain for a descriptive-list, showing the Clothing
account, and forward it to me, with your prelimi
nary statement, giving also the date of your dis- -
Soldiers wh4 served with the nine months' volun
teers can recover $27 bounty and Premium. without
regard to time of service, if they have not already
Soldiers who were prisoners in. the South, and Sol
diers who were-absent on Rick furlough, are enti
tled to commutation of rations.
In communicating with this office state the nature
of your-claim fully, and give the Company and Re
giment to which you or the Soldier for when' you
claim belhnged, asmell us your present Post Office
His Excellency ANDREW G. CUIITIN, Governor of
Hon. SIMON CAMERON. Harrisburg. Pa.
Hon. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of
Hon. E. H. BROOKE. Chief Clerk Pay Depsrtment,
Hon. EDwAaO iNicPncasoa, M. C., Washington.
Hon. JAs. P. STRcamr, Pres't Judge, District Court,
Hon. A. K. McCLuag, Charabemburg, Pa.
Hon. Taos. A. Scott, Vice Pres't Pa. R. It.
Hon, IV. B. TanuAs, Collector of Port, Philada.
Hon. C. A. WALBORN. Pont Master, Philatla:
Danxgt.. St.,Co.,Bankers, Philadelphia. •
JAS. DUNLAP'. Pre.sident Union Bank, Philadelphia.'
BULLITT & FAIIITHORNE,,AttornieS,
RIEGEL, WEIST & ERVIN, Merchants,
LUDWICI,_RNP.EDLER & CO., Merchants, ‘, -
PRITCHETT, BAUGH Co.„
DAVID 'PABST & Co., Merchants,
BENJAMIN S. JAILNkY.,JR. ok Co., mereh'is "
Cass. E. MotioAs & Merchants. - "
ATWOOD, WHITE & Co. Co... MerehantS.
hurt M. POMBROY.
jun17,63-tf. .N0."2.14 South Fourth EtL
DiENSIGN, BOUNTY AND : WAR
o.liAlm - AGENCY.—Potoilons :procured for
soldiers of the present war who are -disabled by
reason of wounds reCeived, diaasei contracted,
while,iu the service of the United States = and Pen—
Sion% $lOO Bounty, and Arrtiars"of Pay obtained for
widows'or heirs of those who have died or-lietin
killed While in service. - JORN R. ORB. ' -
ratitSrlir3 • Clara Agent, Chambersburgi Pa:
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CIONSTITUTtON W_A-T-E-I• -LT
• - CONSTITUTION-L 'W:A - T - E - R.
• :CONSTITUTION WATER. - '
• - - CONSTITUTION
CONRTITUTION WATER. • - •
- - CONzqITUTION WATER.
, •- CONSTITUTION WATER. . •-• .
• • • ‘ TIIE - GREAT 'REMEDY
• - TIIE• ONLY • KNOWN REMEDY
DaDETES AND DISEASESOF THE KIDNEtii
• AND BLADDER. •
CONSTITUTION WATE -R
Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty. and
the r o; to be the most wonderful remedy foe the
permanent cure of all diseases of the STOMACH
KIDNEYS, and BLADDER, that has ever been of
It is not a MINERAL - frATEIt. It is .from ex
perience that CONSTITUTION IV ATER la se em au—
ated, and we 'now say, let no man doubt, when 6
single bottle has been known to - cure diseases which
the hest medical talent in this country has failed to
A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitutioa
Water cannot be classesrunder "quack" proems
lions, as it is now used by the most seientitto prae
titioners in this city. It is only second-class physi
cians that cries down popular remedies, while the
better skilled make use of every means to accent=
plish a curet an,d the success of the physician ilia
creases as his knowledge of different remedies en
ables him to produce a cure, white others fail in the
attempt. Science is satisfied with the truth.
Give Constitution Water a fair I rial—womean you
- who are under some SPECIALIST'S care from year
voyeur. and we particularly allude to ladies. who
arc constantly resorting to LOCAL TREATMENT,
and. all sorts of Icm al applications for disease, with aa
much chance of success as there would ho from
local.applications to the threat for diseases of:the—
We have always been careful to nsolangnage in
our circular that could not shock the Most. delicate.
organization, but we receive so many communiti!'
tions from persons for which Constitution Water m
adapted, and of whose diseases no mention has been.
made, that we have come to the conclusion that •if
the remedy is capable of producing acorn, no matter
what, the disease may be, it should, be made known.
The medicine is put up for the public, and thdre
should be no exceptions.
We would say Constitution Water is not like a.
gilded pill, made to suit the eyes and taste: it's a
medicine in every sense of the term, placed in the
hands cf the people for their relief and if taken.the
cording-to the directions it will in every case pro
duce a radical cure. Wo would say that the direc
tions in regard to diet, etc., relate only to the disease
under which they occur.
Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through
the kidneys, and is, witheut doubt. the most obstin
ate disease, except consuinption that effects the hu
man constitution. We have no space for discussing
causes, but will state that the effect of the disease
is the conversion of the starchy principle (or veger
bible portions of the food) into sugar, which stimu
lates the kidneys to en excessive secretion of water.
Many-persons suffer from this disease who are
norant of it; 'heti.% they pas. 73 largeouantitiesdur
ing the day, and are obliged to get up from ono till
fifteen or twenty times during the night. -No notice
is taken of it until their attention is called to the
large discharge of water, and often when it is so fat
advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinal",
remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst.
Which when the disease is fully established, is in
tolerable—the patient drinks constantly without
being satisfied: also dryness of the mouth, crack
ing of the lips, a sweet breath. in the more advan
ced crises, and finally loss of appetite, emaciation,
and the patient ujidually sinks from exhaustion;
CONSTITUTION WATER is. without doubt, the only
known remedy for. DIABETES, and we have ins
much confidence that it is a specific as we hay that
opium will produce sleep, and truthfully say that it
has cured every case in which it has been used. )
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS. GRA
VEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSIT, ETC., ETC.-,
Diseases arisingfrom a faulty secretion—in the (Me
ease being too little, and accompanied by sever.
pain, and the other a too profuse secretion—whiett
will be speedily cured by the
CONSTITUTION WATER •
• CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER •
• CONSTITUTION WATER
' CONSTITUTION WATER -
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR -
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR -
THE ONLY, KNOWN REMEDY FOR
, THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR I 7
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
. THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY _FOrt
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ,
-DIABETES. = •
IRRITATION 'OF THE NECK OF THE BLAD- •
DER, INFLAMATION OF THE "KIDNEYS.
' CATARRH OF THE BLADDER. -
STRANGUARY AND* BURNING, OR PAIN -s •
, FUL URINATING. ,•
, For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy'
and too imich cannot be said in its praise. A single_
dose has been known to relieve the most urgent
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the
Small of the back and through the hips? A tee-
.spoonful a day of the Constitution Water will te- •
hove you like magic. t- •
Has long since given up the use 'of bnebu, eubelWl;
andjuniper in the treatment 'of those diseases, az4,
only use them for the wat of a bettor remedy, j•
have proved itsell equal to the task that hat
volved upon it.
irritate and drench the kidneys. and by constant
use soon lead to chronic degeneration andeonfirmed•
disease. -• ‘: - -
We present the Constitution Water to the publit
with - the conviction that it has no equal in Tolley-,
ing the class of diseases for which • it. has been'
'found so eminently•successlul for curing: and Wei
trust that see shall be rewarded- fez.. our efforts int
placing so valuable a remedy in a, force to Meet the
requirements of patient; and physician: ' 1
• READ i 'READI READ 111 i
I),mi - tux. Pi., June 2,1802.— DR: WM 'II.
GREGG—Dear February, 1861. I wasafflie-'
ted with anger diabetes; and-for five months loan-.
sed more than two gallons.of water in twentY , four
hours. I was obliged to get up as often as top or
twelve times during the night: andin five months I
• lest about five pounds in weight. During the month
of' July,lB6l, I procured two'bottles of Constitutima
Water, and in. two.days after using it I experienced
relief, and after 'taking two bottles I was entirely,
mired, Soon after regaining my us u al -good health.;
V. DE WITT.
BOSTON Coangas, N. Y.. Dec - 21. 1861.— WM..
GREGG it CO.—Gents freely give you liberty to
make use of the following certificate of the value c
Constitution Water which I can recommend in the
highest manner.:—My wife was attacked with , titan
in the shoulders, whole length of the back, and in
her limbs, with Palpitation of the' Heart and -Irri
tation of the Bladder. I called a physician who
tended her'about three months, when be left her
worse than he found her. I then, employed one of
the best physicians I could find, who attended 'her
for about nine months, and Whileshe was uniter.b
care ale did not suffer suite as much pain. He Or
ally fare herup,and said "her case wee incurable.
For,. ' said he' she has such a combination of seem
plands that medicine given for one operates against
some other, of tiordifficultieo." About this time , she
commenced - the ate of Constitntion Water, and to
ourntter astonishment, almost the first dosesecined
to haVe the desired effect, and She kept on improv
ing rapidly, under its treatment, azal , •now roperin
tends intirel' her domestic affairs She has not
takefrany of the Constitution Water for abeirt &Tr
weeks; and ; we are happy a say that ; it has, tre•
- dueed permanent cure. .
• WM. , M. VAN 13 ENECIICZY2I.
- , WEJTIIII , WIELD, i8t3.41, B. Wk.
GREGG—Dear Sir :—Raving seen
~yo- u rt dvert se-.
ment " *institution , Water,'" recorntriandedf rz
Irlamation of the,Xidneys and , Irritati an -oft te
'Bladder, having sufforedt Cr the past three year&
and, tried the skill' of a bomber of , l liyaicianistpitea
opiv rempormy relief, I was induced to try, goer
triodioino4. ITto e rtre a onei , bettlenryoer agents' et
Hartford, Messrs. Lee. Sion et nod when(
bed-used half of it, to surroriii I founde "erf
change in my health. have used tura, bottles o f it,
and am where I never expeOted bailie in my life. veil
and in_good spitils..' tennoter press, my vent% da
for it I feel that it is - all and more than you seems
mended it to 'May - the Massing ritGod ever at
tend? f in Yourlaboraof love. Yount trot,
LEONARD-S: = BIG(IFILt
lEOB SALE,HY AM/ DRUGGISTS. px..uz
WM. - R. OREGG - k CO..' Proprietorit.'-'
• • ;:=,- IiIetAGAN.L% ALIEN. General Agents, '
No. 46 Cliff.Stre. , t. New York. ,
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