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wErt SEEDS BY MAIL.-
dwerSeeds from their compactness and light
. F 1 Y - L°
Weight, can be safely and gpeedily transported by
nail to any part of the conntry, thereby givingthose
'•silo live re:aote from the larger towns and cities,
tthere then gala be procured, nearly an equel chance
:!with those living in them, for procuring at a moder
'AU rate, all the ehoice and rare varieties. For' the
acconudishment of this purpose, we offer the follow
ing collections; Comprising the most beautiful and
- showy Annuals, Biennials, and perennials, which
- willbeoent by 'mail free of posto.c.e, to any. part of
t'iaUnited States, at the followit , prices
_ . „.. •
_l2 ex. 11118 var. Truff, f.ony-fl'wd.
24 selected . ..
6 ipfctidid -- ,. - ; Peony-perfection...
. - 6 - finest globe
10 beautiful o wrf. chrysanthe'm
40 siolcuirlid " Giant Emperor
;s splendid var. Reid's new Quilled '
- 4 finest var. Double Cocardeau
.12 extra fine var. Pyramidal Bouquet
• is superior var._ Quilled • .=
8 beautiful var. new Ranunculus, flow'd 7a
i 4 verY.fine, var, new Hedgehog' 40
• ;In addition to these I put up a collection of As
ters Which I'honsider to be the fine - St ever sent out,
It contains 10 'packages of mixed colors of the fol
•Joividg kinds, viz: Truffaut's New Peony, Peony
Perfection, Giant Emperor, Imbrique Pomnone,
German; Quilled, Rennimulus, Hedge Hog, Reid's
Improved, La &merlin., and the beautiful new Aster
:..Bplendens. No ono who delights to grow fine flow
' era . , should fail to send for one of these packages.—
BALSAMS, 12 finest prize Balsams $1 00
GERMAN STOCKS. 12 superb new varieties,
ten week large floivering 1 00
"'.. 8 beautiful new varieties, perpetual '
largh flowering : 75
" 12 select prize, var. Hollyhocks, Eng
lish, from Downie, Laird and Laing's
• - celebrated collodion saved froth prize
__ - flowers • 150
P 1 Finest. Varieties Marigold • 75
6 Newest" . \ Marvel ,of Peru.. ' 40
5 Select • ''; 1 Nemohpila
12 Dist.bact ' "
I j Ornamental GrGras..,' 100
- 8 Beautiful " . Phlox Drummo u ndii -'. -
Finest " I ,
__ Petunias r -..-- , 50
GERMAN FLO.WER SEEDS, 12 Splendid
var. Pinks. Carnation... - 2 50
--••• " 12 Splendid varieties Pink Pieotee 250
.8 DistinCt " Portulaces 45
- • 8 Finest • " woetPeas 40
'''. .6 Splendid var, Sdablo S sa large How'd_ 50
s ' "
.." 6 Extra fine " Snapdragon 50
... •,. 12 Selected " 5i1nig1055i5........—..... 75
- " 12:Superb " Wallflower, double__ 75
- " 8 1 Sup. new, " Cockscombs ' 75
•- . " 9 Finest " Callionsm- - 33
' . 6 Selected a Climbing plants ' 60
•' " 21 ' " " " incicding newest- 200
Distinct "A Delphinium 75
' " 18 Finest " " ChinCnsfs 75
tabrim, pure white; 2 feet 1 10
rilliant, crimson and White, 2 feet • 10
ryephilloides, magnificently striped, 2,feet... , 10
NUM, rosy carmine and white.. 2 feet. -.. 5 if
Firefly; orange-scarlet and white, 2 feet.......... 'lf
Roiltles,Feux, brilliant scarlet, 2 feet. 11
Striped _ I
.'Mixed . • ' , . • 0
• 'Downie, Laird and Lain g's finest Prize - 2
; ' " ' ANAGALLIS, •
Garibaldi,a. most beautiful vermillion vas, new
napoleon 111, maroon, 1 / 2 ', foot
:Indica, blue, fine trailer. from Nepali', %foot.. •
Warrsewiezi,bright er.imson,from Chili-. 114 feet
Grandifiara, lu.rge flowered, bright Scarlet, 2 ft
. . . BALSAM,
, Finest prize, from Donie, Laird and Laing,
. of Scotland
`Beat English prize, double -
" • " ," Rose flowered
. ,". . " " Miniature .., -
" 'Persian pale yellow, sweet scented
: Gciod mixed
ROSE FLOWERED, Splendid mixed
Spottcd, six beautiful colors mixo,-
, „ . • CANNA INDICA,
IBA& from India, 2 feet
Compacta. Elegant irsirn a, large, redish yellow,
die° flowering, from South America, 2 feet... .
Warscerviezii,,brilliant red, foliage striped,
from Central . America.. 3 feet.:..... ............ ....„
• - COCKSCOMB.
Finest prize, dwarf habit, large combs, -very
- showy,%, ft
'Macrocephate. (ligantett, brilliant red, very
large handsome heads, from Asia, 1 ft_
Dwarf, rose, very beautiful 9 ft.
Yellow, new and lute, % ft,
New Giant,-Very large. brilliant red, 1 ft:.
AS_ picala Rosea, anew French sort, 1% ft.
€pjendid mired. saved from a choice collection
embracing all the rich and varied colors of
favoritegreenhouse flower ..........:..^..
diflora, now large flowered, splendid
We , Spotted, saved from a splendid collection •
.Of Prize flowers by an eminent German flor
ist; embracing all the rich and brillidet col
.'ors and markings peculiar to this bettutifyl
and showy tripe of plan ts:-PA fl
Shrubby, mixod'varieties, colfected from a
- splendid collection of 'finestself - c0106.4 and
spotted sorts. These are half hardy ileren
- niabfrand ' adapted for bedding out In the
open ground duringsu mm ce,blooming Oen
dually throughout the season.—
Xerbeceous, extra choice__
Eine mixed • '
'Extra Select, from odic flowers only 50
'New Dwarf - 50
ihrnbby Giant 1 00
ownie, Laird d Lang, of Scotland; Price - 75
The various undermentioned varieties. produce
fruits of the must singular and grotesque appear
untie, and are very desirable as rapid climbers
-Mem:emus. Snake Cucumber, very handsotne
- Glossularifullus, Gooseberry-fruited -
Mule Chita, red-fruited .......
Cardiopetalum, deep blue, profuse bloomer,
admirably adapted as edgings for large beds
Elatum. Bee Larkspur
Formoisum, rich blue and white, the most hand
- 80111 C and ornamental of the class making
a grand display the firstseason, if sown early
eranditlortun, dark' blue'
Plendersoni, blue and white, very fine
Tricolor, new and fine
Blattim Spectabillia, •
Chinensus, best mixed..
" Axurum. red spotted-
Caruleum. beautiful spotted.
flybrid-novnin. from the best named varieties
'pais or China Pink, twenty rare varieties
Alba,ll., pl., hue double white
Alba Striate- double white, red striped fine--
fieddcwigi, lleddewig's new Japan Pink, a
.most valuable acouisition from Jam:implants
.scarcely one foot-high, very, bushy and cov
eged with a profusion of flowers, which men
' ears nearly three inches in diameter, with
colors consisting of rose. crimson and violet;
Some aro.delieately marbled, others self-col—
bred, suitable for the conservatory, bower or
Eleddemigi Hybrids,M.. Nora, now hybrid
double flowered. raised by hybredizing
- Dianthus Heddewigi with the double Garden
Pink. It throws, up strong flower stalks,
about 114 ft. in height, the flowers' are both
double and semi-double, of the same size as
the Ifeddewigi. the semi-double have the
same rich shades and. colors, the dabbles
-pure colors without shades
Barbatuis,'Sweet William, mired . 05
Melvin's auracular flowered 10
&Utile mixed...; 10
GArdnerianuo. various colors • , a - )
NNW AND CROWE VARIETIES OF VEGE
, I Ine.lade in this list only sach as are new and CO--
noble and not rendily obtained. The most of them
I have received from the colehratel English firm of
Carter & Co, London, and they can be confidently
recommended, inch:Minn a few American novelties
of great merit.
CARTER'S SEET OSYTH BEET.
, Medium size, good shape, short top, 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 recom
HENDERSON'S PINE APPLE BEET,
Compact, short top, roots medium sized and
Of adeop crimson, gond flavor. Perpkg..— 10
LITTLE PIXIE CABBAGE,
Very early, small, delicate flavor... 15
WHITE JAPANESE MELON.
This is the finest flavored thin-skinned musk
- melon yet introduced. - The seed is from
Japan. No lover of this fine fruit should
fall to try this variety 25
J. WESLEY JONES,
Much 2-2 m Chatham 4 Corners,'CoL Co., N. Y.'
A RTHUR H. BANDOLS
.4.1. MANUFACTURE OF ROSEWOOD AND
LOOKING GLASS Ar.ND PICTURE FRAMES,
of every description.
'N. W. COR. OF THIRD . AND CALLORILL PRILA.
• Orders to the largest extent riromptly execoted.
(Mlers filled by S. S. SHRYOCK, Chamber-b'e, Pa,
• 69 311.
Persons sending $1 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to.. ‘. $1 10
Persons sending $2 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amobuting to
Persons svdeng $3 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to ' 350
Persons sending $4 may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to,- 75
Persons sending $5 may select seeds at' Cata
logUe prices amounting to ' 600
Parsons sending $lO may select seeds at Cata
logue prices amounting to 13 00
- These will be put np together and send to one ad
dress, or in soperatepackages and mailed to the ad
dress of each individual forming .a club, es may be
duired; In all cases the postage, will be prepaid.
The same deduction will of coarse be - made to 'any
person ordering: .I would again call attention to my
selection of Asters, in collections ' (for a description
see page 16,) which I think is the finest ever offered.
I sell the collection at $1.03, yet if seletted scper
ately from the Catalogue it amounts to $1,45. Al so
my German Stocks, Balsams, Pansies, Carnation,
Pieotee Pinks, Cineraria and Calceolaria,
all of which have been received from the most cele
brated growers in England. Scotland and Germany,
and are of first .quality. If it should be inconven
ient for you to make your own selection, by enclos
ing the amount you are desirous of expending, and
statingfor what purpose the seeds are required, you
may rest assured that I will make the selections in
the most judicious and liberal manner.
' Persons wanting a larger onardity or wanting to
act as agentwill please address me.
T During thepast two years, our collections of Flow
er Seeds by;mail, have been sent to almost every
State in thdUnion, and-so far as: we have learned,
have given universal satisfaction, and it is our earn
est endeavor to make these collecticni not only
second to none, but to make them superior to those
sent from any_ other estal?liShurent in the
N. IL Particular attention Shmild be paid to ow
ing The Addrom, Town, (blintz / and Stntefull.—
Catdogues. will be sent to all applicants upon a re
ceipt of a three cent stamp. Address
- J. WE SLEYJONES.
mar2-2m Chatham 4 Corners, Col. co.. N. Y.
T ANDRETH'S AGRICULTURAL IM
PLEMENT AND SEED WARERGITSE.
21 and 23 Soutlith Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
DAVID LANDRETnASox. Proprietors of Blooms=
dale, which contains near four hundred acres, in
high tilth, devoted to the production of GARDEN
SEEDS. are 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 in papers made ready for ;Mailing.
The Establishment represented by David lemd
reth & Son,.bas been founded nearly three-fourths
of a century. -
The wide-spread popultarity, and the demand in
creasing from year to year, tor
Laiidreth's Warranted Garden Seeds,
is evidence of the high value entertained for them
by the' public.
I..nndreth's Garden Seeds nre not only favorably,
received throughout:the Union. but arc shipped t 7.;
many foreign ports. Indeed it may be stated with
national pridethat they come into active 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 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 grads.' Also—Catalogue of Agrieuttrual
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH & SON, -
Aug 12-Iy] Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St.. Phila.'
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
GARDENERS, MARKET GARDENERS
£I:IIO6FIASING SEEDS IN
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES.
by 6 - ending a list of what they require,
WILL RFCEIVE TUE SAME BY RETURN
with the lowest possible prices, annexed for ca=b
BOSTON AND NEW YORK
Seeds pre-paid by mail.
B. 14. WATSON,
Old Cdhiny Nurseries,
A GRICULTULAR IMPLEMENT
WILLIAM - L.,BOYL`R
Sixth Street and Germantown Avenue,
Manufacturers of the
Premium Farm Grist Mill
HOUSE POWERS AND THRESHERS,
Circular Saw Mac'ailics, corn
Shallots, Grain Fans,
and every Variety of approved
Send for arratar and addess
WM. L. BOXER & BRO..
may 15-1 Y , Philadelphia, Pa
A . M.MONIA T , ED
A real guano. containi from seventy to eighty
per cent of
which has been added, by a chemical process, a large
per centage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not superior to
any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with eopis of Analyses by Dr. Jack
son, 3lass., State Assayer, and Dr. Liebig. of Balti
more, and testimonials from scientific Agriculturists,
showing its value. Can be obtained from
J. 0 BAKER, & CO..
march , 87 Wall Street, New Y ork,
TO F A R- M E R S
THE VALKER HORSE RA hi.
is acknowledged to be the -
.Neutc4t, Simplest, Cheaprst and most riff eie at Rake
now in 'LW.
Any boy of ten years can work it with ease: -will
not get out of order, and gives universal satisfaction.
Warranted in every particular, and can be bad from
s6,to *lower than any other Spring Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further particulars apply to the manu
facturer. - ESKELMAN,
• ap2o-3ml Shirlerhurg. Huntingdon co.. Pa.
THE SORGO 4OURNAL AND FARM
MACHINIST—Devoted to Northern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture. Impreved Farm Machinery and
Progressive Husbandry. Published monthly. One
copy I year, $l.OO. - Subscriptions received by
• = k W. G. REED, •
ap o Agent for Clark Sergo Machine Co.
FFARMBELLS.—A large lot of Lebanon
Bells: No. 158.00, No.:. $6.00, N 0.355.00. The
best Bells made., Ail Bells warranted one venr.
ap2o-4t BRAND & FLACK.
CHEAP CHAIR AND CABINET
WARE ROOMS.—Thelsullscriber informs the
public that be continues the manufacture of the va
rious articles of FURNITURE in his line, at his
Shop on Main Street, three doors South - of Huber
St Tolbert's Hardware Store. He has always on hand
or is Rrepared to manufacture on the shortelit no
tice, Spnng,Seats, Cane Bottom, and Windsor Chairs,
Sofas, Plain and Fancy Tables, Bureaus, Dressing
and Comtnon Wardrobes, Wash Stands, Book Cases,
and Bedsteads. _ VENITIAN BLINDS, got up in
the best style. ' .
Particular attention paid to HOUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGING, and 'entire satisfifethp
in every instance guaranteed. - ••
REPAIRING of all kinds, in his line of business,
promptly attended to, at moderate prices.
UNDERTAKING.—Havtng purchased the Hearse
o Mr. Win. Flory, deed, he is able to attend Fune
rats and manufacture Coffins, at the shortest notice,
of , Cloth, Walnutnr Cherry, -A Layer-ont will be
innttendance. - •
NEW MARBLE YARD.—Th© under
signed respectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin County that he has opened a new Mar
ble l'ard in the room formerly occupied by Dr.
Hamilton, directly. o ppesiteJ.S. Ni xon's Drug Store,
Main Street, ChamberstMrg, where he will keep on
hand or make to order all articles in his line of bus
iness. such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
STONES: MANTELS, TABLE and STAND TOPS,
ruanufacturefi from the very best Foreign and
He respectfully solicits a call from those who may
be in want of any article in the above line. He is
confident in his Ability to satisfy all who may be
pleasetto patronize him, either as regards bis pri
ce!. or the quality, beauty, JOHNasness of his
work. ' . A. GROVE.
AGRICULT URAL IMPLEMENTS
Vire,ard now prepared to fill orders for
AGRICULTURAL IMi'LEMENTS AND
MACHINERY Oil ALL .RINDS.
as well SMALL Too.l,S . ; for OW Farm and Gar-
den, sugli as
Hoes, Forks, Rakes, etc.:
Scythes, and Scythe-Stones,
and Agricultural Hardware
We offer, also, a brie ni.;ortment of our own man-
Coffee and Grain Mills,,
Sugar 3fills for Gropers' use, -
Store Trucks of Varionspatterns,
r Road Scrapers,
of all kinds, such as
; Coe's Superphosphate of Lithe,
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvian Guano and Poudrette
. IN OUR SEED DEPARTALENT
will be found a complete selection of the bestlinds
and Grass Seeds,
and Seed Grain,
raised expressly for us by the most reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS
The unremitting personal attention of the best
Seedsmcn is given to their rigidity, and our custom-
ers may rely on their Freshness and purity in all re
We sell in small or large quantitiesto suit purcha-
sets, and send in small lots by mail to all paits of
the United States.
We will forward Price-Lists and Descriptive Circn-
tars to all desiring them:
R. H. ALLEN & CO..
18Q I`JI an' , 1193 Rater Street, New York
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and two
s now rea(V'for sale
In convenience and lightness of draft, this is sn-
perior oven to the old Style of Allen 'Mower a:. long
and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Ge`am are
-made of Steel or 'Wrought and Makable Iron. It i,.s
thus the strongest and lightest. machine in the
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL cVS
CHEAP PERTILZEItS. •
This Fertilizer 1,3 composed of night soil 'and the
fertMzing eh:in - Outs of urine. combined, chemically
and mechanically with other valuable fertilizing
agents and absorbents.
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition, rea4}- for
immediate nse, and without loss of its highly nitro
.genous fertilizing properties.
Its nniversal applicability to all crops aid 9oih3,
and iti durability and active qualities, are well
known to be all that agriculturists can desire.—
Price, - s2r, per Ton.
This Fertilizer is larpiely composed of animal mat
ter, such as meat, bone, fish, leather; hair and wool.
together with chemicals and Morainic fertilizers,
which decompose the mass, and rt tain 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
erally. and especially for pot:twee t and garden pur
Its excellent qualities; strength and cheapness.
have made it very popular with all who have used
it. Price, $25 per Ton.
TREE AND FRUIT FERTILIZER,
It is a highly phosphatic fertilizer, and is particu
larly udaittod for 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
thefruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be found an" indispensable article to
secure their greate4t perfection. It will prevent and
cure diseased conditions of the pcaeh 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 cheinists and scientific agricul
turists. Price. Sri° per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The .Aoricultoral Chemical Cmnpany manufacture
a Phosphate of Lime in aceordmice with a new and
valuable formula, by which a very superior
is produced..., O N to hr affordrd at a leso prier than
other mannfacturers eh:lige. Practical tests. have
bproved that its value, as a fertilizer ; is equal' te the
est Phosphate of Lime in the mai het. Price, $4; - .
TERMS CA'AR.--Cartage and Freight to be paid
by the Purchaser.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO': WORKS.
AT CANAL WHARP.ON THE DELAN: tat:.
Mee, 4131'1 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 EVAPORATOR,
NJ manufactured by BLYSITER, BATES tt DAY.
Mansfield, Ohio.—We 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 of
Syrup per day, which at fifty cents per gallon, will
pay for cost of Mill and Evaporatorin fourdays: or
where pan is wanted for a brick arch, without the •
rufnnee, in less time.
cOOK'S SYRUPS have been sold at an average
of sixty cents a gallon, awl none in market. An
acre. of good Cane will produce from 2 to3oo gallons
of Syrup. -
,SORGO SEED.—We offer a Superior Article, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout the, seed and roll in
plaster. Plant in drills four feet apart, from North
to South. Light soil and Southern 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 premium
over all others at two United States Nairs and over
thirty State Fairs. --
Clark Sorgo Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
W. G REED, Amt. •
. Office—REPOSITORY Building, Clttrib'g, Va.
ga -- - The sorpo Hand-Book sent free to 'any per
sotrasking for tt.
METZ'S PLOW MANUFACTORY
CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND SECOND STREETS,
Gilman's Improved Premium Plows, and all other
Plows now in general use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS, both wrought Iron Share and Self-sharp
ening. Harrows, Hoe Harrows,. Cultivators,
Castings, and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand, or
made at short notice. .
Farmers should bear in mind that Plows purchas
ed of me can be repaired at less trouble or expense
than those that are made a great distance from
home: Call, sad and be convinced.
Ho has also purchased the right to manufacture
and Bell "Slommons' Patent Iron Double Shove
Plows," which he keeps constantly on hand.
Blacksmithing in all its various branches, also
Carried on at the above named place.
feb 24-3 m ABRAHAM METZ.
torn,:,lpit .27 IRfig
4 -9.41 n
Zrees - Tito an amines.
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Tip L AIC T S FOR THE DECORA
-1 TION - OF THE PARLOR.- CONSERVA
TORY OR FLOWER BORDER, EmbraOng over
500.000 maws, including the rarest and finest yin-le- -
ties in cultivation of the following sorts: • ,
Artonhinum or Soap Dragon, striped and 'nettled
varieties, $1 per dozen.
Asters, finest double varieties, $1- per dozen. •
Auricula Sweet Willism, new; $2 '
Caleeolars, beautiful- spbtted varieties, .. 4 ;3 to $5 Per
Dahlias. large show. varieties, 100 sorts, $2 per dot.
Dahlias, baguet varieties, 32 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Delohunim fermosim, ardy, blue herbaccolis plant
9 $l5O per dozen;
G-azinin Splen‘lens, or. ge and crimson, $2 per doz.
Faschsias. 50 varieties; doable and single. $l5O to
$3 per dozen:
Geraniums, summer flowering, all shades, $3 per
dozen. . i .
Pelarg'oniiim. 5050 finest new sorts, s3to $6 per dozen.
H e li o trope, 12 varieties, s2'per dozen.
Hollyhocks. 24 finest sorts. $4 50 Per dezen. .
Honeysuckles, 6 varieties, $3 per dozen. -
T, an t i mas, 16 sorts; $3 per dozen ' • • .-
Lemon Verbena, 21 to each, $2 per dozen.
Pansies. 100 sort., $ per dozen. •',
Pansies, finest English sorts, 25 varieties. $3 oer doz.
Petunias, 25 varieties, double and -single, $4 50 per
dozen" I .
PItUlli:15; 100 sorts, from seed, $1 50 per dozon.
Phlox, hardy, 50 varieties, $2 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums; 100 Sorts, 's2 per dozen.
Pinks,Florists, 24 Sortss2 per dozen.
Pink. 31onthly Carnations, 40 sorts, $3 Per dozen.
Roses.loo sorts, fine plants, "roni $3 to $9 per doz.
Salrias, blue and scarlet: $1 50 per doz.. - -
Trommolurn, 6 varieties. splended, $3 per do - ten.
Verbenas, 50 finest sorts, named,.sl 50 per dozen.
- 50 finest sorts, without names sls3p. doz.
:10 new sorts, $.4 to $7 50 per doz.'
All ourplants are grown in extra small pots, for
the special purpose of distant transportation. Hay
ing in thismanner grown our plants for nearly six
teen year.: and have sent them. to all parts of the
country with unvarying . satisfaction to our enstoni
en, Large experience in packingtas enabled us to
ensure thesafe arrival of plants to any distance,
where thetime does not exceed 10 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 correspondents must invnri
ble be accompanied by :1, remittance or responsible
reference.mlse no attention can .be paid . to the •or
der. Perlirips the most 'satisfactory mode of pay
ment to strangers is in paying the express agent on
receipt oftlie goods. Descriptive Catalogue on ap
plication-, • ' - PETER HENDERSON.
feb 24-3 m ' . Jersey City. N: J.
N 0 T I C . E
NUBSERV STOCK OF EVERY , VARIETY
SELLINCV OFF AT LESS THAN COST.
N E E -Y i S ,
BAY WOOD NURSERY - and- ROSE GARDEN,
WILKINS P. 0., ALLEGHENY CO., PA
Over Y r IFTY ;ACRES under oultiviition of the
choicest vitrietiOs of everything to bo found in a
S,T pi, AS S NURSERY .
, . i OF
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
Shrill:4 and Omits, all in fine condition and carefully
labeled. The ROSE is the speciality in , the floral
department: many of its rarest varieties being im
ported di:eet from France. -
Owing to Gen:iNegley's absence in the army, we
are selling out the concern, and we invite orders
largo or small. as well from the trade as from private
customers. We still retain the former foreman, Mr.
Kenny, who has :en employed in the establish
want for the Is,,t.,en years, so as to secure pm feet ac
curacy, and careful package in-filling orders:
bEELY & MELLON.
mart-3m Wilkinsy. 0., Allegheny En., Pa.
THE C N , E.E R RY.
is much tore easy and successful in the
COMMON DR SOIL OE 4 'PRIVATE GARDENS.
MARKET GARDENS, OR IN
krELD CULTURE, . :
thartin.the usuidl clrimsy way in bogs and meadows.
The yield this Alison, in my method
r of culture, was over •
FOUR ITCNDRED, BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Gaplicit Iliinkions for, cultivation, with price of
ANDI ALL CiTllhat OZNAIMNTAL
TREES, PLANTS AND SHRUBS,.
will be, send by Plants prepaid by mail.,
B. M. WATSON,
'Old Colony Nurserie,
In ar2- 4m
14 yDE R' S FRANKLIN 'COUNTY
GRAPE Vr:ES, STRAWBERRY ' PLANTS. ETC. — The
largest stock to select frbin , in the county. Every
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that
is at all desirable. can be supplied from - the com
monest, standard. Fruit Tree; to the rarest and most
choice native Or foreign species or .- itriety of Fruit
or Flow - er , Our Standard A ppleTrees are nausea!!
ly fine, stout heavy trunks, furnished with fine
branching heads, from three to five feet from the
ground, as may he de:dr - CA. Our aim is to grow the
bust of• everything pruning, and cullivatinit upon
scientific prinelpjcs, consequently, our productions
are not ,offered in competition 'with Trees grown
upon the old let-alone system. Aminvitatioii is ex
tended to all who lire interested in fruit culture, to
come and see for themselves.
A large stock of Greenhouse and 'Bedding Plants,
Roses, &ie., in 'pots, trill be ready in Aril and May.
Enclose a three cent stamp for descriptive Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental tre'es,
Address, ' B. L. RYDER
.West Franklin Nurs'ries.
Near Loudon, Franklin Co., Pa..
seriber is prepared to furnish . most articles us
ually to he found in Nurseries, of 'good quality-am
at reasonable rates-
The Stork , Mihroce. r,ll the leadine• kinds of - -
Apples. • Clic:Ties, Peaclics,- . •
Dwarf and Standard Pears,
' Apricots. Plums,
Strawberries, , •
, Raspberries, Currants,
Gooseberries. Blackberries, '
Also, can be furnished agond assortment of
Evergreen:anti other Shrubbery, Shade Trees .
Great Facilities are posessed' for shipping ttrti dry-. cb,
to all parts of the country. as'the Nursery immedi
ately tulioinslbe,City of Harrisburg.
. mar 16-tf JACOB MISR, Harrisburg, Va.
HE OPOItT GRAPE.—This' Grape
is not rocummemled particularly aa_a dessert
fruit, but make' au excellent. dark colored, *eh.
ivoll.bodied Wine, so elo+elit resembling gmuin,
old-timed PORT WINE, that none but experienced
judges can di tinguish between the tire). Abboup.,h.
it is manufactured extensively, in Western Nem
York, the supply i•+ unequal to the demand, tit from
4 41 501 0 $4 per gallon. <
Vines for sale by the subscriber. who haz'i been ap
pointed Agent for it at thefollowing prices:
One to three years old, 25e to 50 ets'each. ;2.2 50 to
$5 per dozen,sls to $3O per 100. JACOB'M (SIT.
marl6-til Keystone Nursery, Harrisb'g, Pa.
P EAR TREE.—Standard and Dwart','
-Pear Trees of the leadinAsnd- most. valuable 1
varieties, Among them can be furnished some:.
EXTRA SELECTED " Trees, the Dwarf having.'
fruit buds and ready for immediate bearing. ..,,
Price for good trees. 50 to 60 cts each—Extra BC.- - I
letted 75 ets'to $1 each. Rates lower by dozen.
J. MISH, Keystone Nursery.
nut,rl , 6-tfl Harrisburg, Pa.
riIIERRY TREES.—A fine assortment
of about Forty best varieties, trees of large size
Price. 30, cts 50 cts, i 5 cts each; $3, $5. $7 __per doz.,
$lB, $25,. $35 per 100. , • 'J. MISR
mar 104.1 Keystone Nursersy, Harrisb'g. 15a.
EUROPEAN LINDEN—The Red!twig.
ged variety. not subject to injumby the borer.
For sale at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg, Pa.
Trees 10 to 12 !cot high; 75 cents eaoh ; S 7 per doz.
mar 24 JACOB 111/SH.
VICELSIOR ASH, a - handsome, orna-
LI 'mental Shade Tree, of sure and rapid growth.
Trees fromji to 12 feet high. AOO6O cents each;
$3 50(43 l per des.; $20(4}40 per 100. JACOB MESH,
mar 23) . Keystcine Nursery, Harrisburg.
TAIPLEM EN T S —Dealers and Man- •
ufactureis of Apricultuna and gther Implementr
can reach a. large class of valuable customers by AD.
vsansnin in the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
re~~;;'~itts `~~ ; ~rie~:
EANLA N' T S
DiCIDIJOU Mn EVERGE,EEN,
• PROIT'AND ORNAMENTAL',"
' . lo4lll'size/i; , allo;i7 rate 'hasers short
• send for new • • •
"iittelr TAST FOR 1864,
Bt OBE itrItCHASIIS"OELSICHETtE
Carriage paid to Boston Newport au New orli.
B. M.. WATSON,'
p A'N T A D ED S
' Rrepaid by =tilt
I IL G It-EA - T); VARIETY.
PRICE LIST NOW READY. '
R. M. WATSON.
• -- Plymouth; Mum
° Aq`E ; N:Tg*AND DEALERS
- TREES , AND SEED,
• - 610188:Tp
Wholesale CAtalogne fol., 1864
18-gow aserir. . '
Ctiniagn of Packages' yinia to
BOSTON; NEWPORT AND NEW YORK.
• B. M. WATSON.
- Old Colony Nurserios,
march 2-3m' - . -PlYmOuth, Mass..
Chambersburg Pa.* , I would offer to the public
a.. Well selected assortment of Fruit Trees, Apple,
Peach, Peat and Plum, of all leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, such as Maples, Linden,
Ash, FforSe' Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway Spruce,
American Balsam Fin; Arbor Vittes in 'variety.—
Hardy Shrubs, such - as Spireas in large variety,
Weigelias and Deutzias, many of these are well cal
culated for cemetery lots -Honeysuckles, For3ythias
' Also, Grapes; CataWba, Isabella, Concord, Diana,
Delaware, Rebecca, &c. Ctirmnts;the leading kinds ; Raspberries, Straw
' berries. - -
Flowers—Roses, Verbenas, 'Heliotrops, Gerani
ums. Fuschsias, Petunias.
All of which will' be sold at reasonable prices for
cash. The usual Kitchen Garden Plants, by, the
;dozen, hundreds or thousands.
Send for'a circular, as all aPplicants are supplied
free. - (fob 2,1-4mJ JACOB BEYSER. Agent.
VITER4REENS, TREES, VINES AND
L.IPLANTS.--Thesubseriber has had each a heavy
demand for Evergreens that- he will make a large
order from the Eastern Nurseries in May next, the
hest period for removing them. He is personally
acquainted with the managers of Eastern Nurseries.
and will be prepared to supply EVERGREENS of
the very best quality at the lowest rates.
•r - • Orders fqr TREES and PLANTS should be
sent before the Ist of May, so that they may be tans-
Planted at the proper time. He has an excellent
,assortment of the very best varieties. Orders may
be left with L N. Snider 3. S. Nixon, R. P. Raze
let or D. S. Fahnestock k Son in Chambersburg.
B. L. RYDER,
ap2o-3t - - London, Franklin co., Pa.
ORWAY, MAPLE TREES. from 8 to
/N 12 feet high' and 'vigorous. A handsome Tree,'
much resembling the Sugar Maple. but of more
certain and rapid' growth. "
Price 40@60 cents each; $3 50@6 per dozen; $2O
@4O per 100. JACOB MISR,
.marM) , Keystone Nursery. Harrisburg.
,TRAWBERRIES.—Nowis the time tti
plant Strawberries. Wilson's Albany and Tri
umph de Gand, best quality, for sale at $l,OO per bun
-o:lined at Franklin Nurseries, near Cbamborsburg.
apl3-4t 'JACOB 11EYSER.
,ITORSE COSTNUT TREES.—Ordi-
L ra ant sizes for planting, 50 tents each : ffinnller
size—from 5 to 7 feet-25 cents each ; $2 50 per doz;
$lB per 100, JACOB 11•11$11,
-roar23l _- ; Keystone Napery, Harrisburg.'
Coliatto anb *mato.
fl CENTS PERPOUND TAX ON
TOBACCO.-The Government is about to
put a tax. of 40 cts. per pound on Tobacco.
• You can save 50 per cent. by . --
Yon can save 50 per cent. by
Buying youfTobacco.at J. D. JACOBS'.
Buying yonr-Tobacco at J. D. - JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Prime Navy Tobacco at 75 to 80 ets.
Prime Cavehdish Tobacco at 80 cts: to Sl.
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 cts. •
Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80 eta.
Prime Twist Tobacco at 75 to 90 cts.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Plain Cavendish. -
JACOBS sell Old Virginia Twist.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Smoking Tobacco.
JACOBS' Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
• Cannot be Equaled.
Cannot be Equaled.
JACOBS' Segars are superior to all.
JACOBS'Segars - are superior to all.
• He sells his ova manufaCturinq.
Pipes Pipes, Meerschaum Pipes • Brier Pipes,
Box pipes,Mak Ogawc Pipes.;tele Pipes.
Cherry. Pipes; India Rubber Pipes, lay Pipes, and
other pipes. Pipe in and got yew Pipes, Segars and
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS', Main Street, Chambers
V - EW TOBACCG AND SEGAR
STORE . -TO
TER CITIZENB OF CRAIIBERSISURG
rt.ND VICINITY: The undersigned having been corn-
Pelted to leave Virginia on account of his Union
sentiments, has come among you to establish a bus
! 'ness, hoping from his long experience, and by close
attention, he will meet with a generous support.—
. His stock will consist of all the best brands of N-
I BACCO AND SEGARS, which he will sell as cheap
ts can be had any where in town. Don't forget the
lace, sign of the "little Virginia nigger," opposite
he Franklin Hotel, , next door to Shryock's Book
?.';tore; South-east corner of the Diamond. - -
-jun17.63. C. H. BUSH.
THE . ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
now order all their Tobacco, Se gars, Pipes, &c.
40ni J. D. JACOBS. They know Jacobs sells the
best and cheapest, ian27-Iy.
JUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of
0 ./ Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco - at
ian27-ly. J. D. JACOBS'.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS —A lalie
assortment of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
and Segars, just received and for sale at
—l•_ BOYD'S Grocery Store.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TO
ilk. SACCO and SEGARS, at wholesale or retail
at' • SHAFER & STUART'S.
W. MONTGOMERY at
tend promptly to all calls in his line. Office
on Main Street, next door to the Engle Hotel, and
nearly opposite the residence of .the Hon. George
Chambers. . inn 17,63.
DR. .J. C. RICHARDS will attend
promptly to all calls in his line. Office on
Main Street, next door to Stangler's Drug Store.
OFFICE Mouns.—From 7 . , to 9 A. IL; 12 to 2 and 6
P. M. jun 17,63.
DR. SAMUEL G. LANE has resumed
the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in Cham
bersburg. Office on Queen street, a few doors East
of Wallace's Store. apl3-tf
TTNIVERSAL- CLOTHES WRINGER.
V BRAND FLACK, Agents at Chambersbarg.
An article every family should have. Get the best,
th e Universal Wringer. Come get 'one on trial.
Warranted to do the work. ap2o-4t
from the largest to the
11 smallest, in Plain or Fancycolors, printed at
thh office of the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
ONSTIT ITV iON . LIFE SYRUP.
COMPOSED OP , ,
With the Ccimpormilconeentrazed Fluid Extract of
• .R-0 0,,T 8 N D H-EIR B,S, t''
.PREPARED BY W. H. •GN.EGG A .M. D.s -
Graduate Citttlego of Phy,toians and Surgeons, N
Y.. formerly. Asst. Phymeran Blaekwell's Islaud '
„ Ilospitalt, late Medical Inspector. N. York
State Volunteer Depots, under Gover-_
• • • nor'dwin D. Morgan.'
.CONSTITUTION' LIFE SYRUP
, A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE • •\
What may seem almost ineredible that Mazy
diseases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable
are frequently cured in a few days orwcelm, and•talb
.cheerfully invite the investigations. of the liberal
'minded and scientific to cures which have , no paral
lel at the present day. S`
Our medicine is peculiar, by it the sett °tiny diti-•
cage is directly reached, and the equilibrium res.-
• Those who have suffered long fromPainfel and oh
- Stinate diseases,
Those who have vainly sought relief from adver
Those who' cannot be cured by other physteians
Are invited to use Constitution Life SurtfP;
D int2g the pastfive years we bare contended With
obstacles and ov.creome opposition as. herculean as
were ever - enceitntered by any Reformers. •
RAPIDITY of CURE., - •
Some i;t4 - • "your cares are 63ov:tick," while oth.
ors doubt their perfortuaneot and , think that iiisen*
esoauonly be cured by the. slow, retuperatlvepro
aterlittiture." This is our reply: ' •
In health, the body, like a well-balaneed,scale. is
in a state of equilibrium. ' But 'when from any cause
down,go,es ono side of the scalp, we have the - effects
or disease. What is required is, to restore the nor
mal-I:anee of the seal e. - • •
• • CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
kp'Ositive and specific remedy for all diseases ari
sing froman IMPURE, STATE OF 'CHE BLOOD.
and for 'all (bereditgly) DISEASES transmitted
from PA T' TO CH D. • • • -
PARALYSIS. ; ; ; •
Ileraiplegia. Paresis; Paraplegia. ParalysieAgitane.
It is so universalf.v admitted that Constitution
Lilo Syrup is the only effective means otrestoration
in the various forma of Paralysis, that we need not
reiterate.that it is emphatically the Great Life-Giv
Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Want ofAp't.ite
-Weight at Stoiaaeli Biliousness. Constipation. -
Flatulence. Bad Breath. '
Strums - Glandular Swellings. Sall, Itheunt
King's Evil. Erysipelas. - Ulceration.
This taint, heriditary and acquired, filling life with
untold misery, is by all usual medical remedies in
Arthritis. Neuralgia. Tic Doloureaux.
Lumbago. - Sciatica Gout
If there is any disease in which the Constittaius
Life Syrup 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 or Vi
years' standing, have been cured by us. - .
Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. St.Vitui'D'nee
Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will Wei
the day on which - they can read these-lines. Partic
ularly to weak, suffering woman will this medicine
prove an inestimable blessing—directing their foot
steps to a hope which fulfils more than it promises.
Salivation. • Rotting of bones.
Bad Complexion. • Aches in Bones. -
Feeling of Weariness. Depression of Spirits.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purgeS the sys
tem entirely from all the evil effects of MERCITRI.
removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Pea.;.
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the.usb of Cal
omel is sure to produce. It hardens Sppngy Gums
and secures the'reeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION-. LIFE SYRUP
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases
- • of the skin: like -
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
And all other difficulties of this kind, which a•
much disfigure the outward appearance of both
males and females, often making them a disgusting
object to themselves and their friends.
CONSTITUTION ,LIFE : SYRUP
CUIES ALL SWELLING OF-TILE 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. 7
blesome - Discharging Sores, which _disfigure maw
of the younger portion of the community, from six
to twenty years of age. Toting children are vein'
subject to Discharges from the Ears.„ which dopeas
upon a Scrofulous constitution. _These cases soon
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup. - -
All scrofulous persons suffering from General De
bility,. Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the
Limbs, abdomen and in the Femate,-Dr psy of the
ovaries and womb, generally actom_parded with In
dammaticin and Ulceration of the Uterus, are per
manently cured by ConStitution Life Syrup. The
disease knOwn as Goitre , or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be
taken for same time, as the 'disease is exceedingly
chronic and stubborn, and will not be removedwith
out extra effort.
Tomorsof the Ovaries. Tumors of the Breast and
Swelling of other glands of the body will be com
pletely reduced without resorting to the. knife or
operations of any kind: , . .
Epileptic Fits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitation, Diseases of the Valves,
producing a grating or filing eound, Dropsy of the
Heart Case, and all the affections of this important.
organ, (persons suffering from any acute pain in the
region of the heart,) will be greatly relieved by
Const Wain Life Syrup.
lIROREN-DOWN AND DELICATE CONSTITETIONS
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion. Paint in
theßack, Loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horror of
Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimness of Vision, Day,
Hot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep. Restless
ness,_Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lastitndeof
the Muscular System, all require the aid of Consti
tution Life Syrup.
FOR ALL FORMS OF -
U CERATE - D DISEASES,
either of the Vase, 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, are very
unpleasant to the young wife* ana mother. A few
bottleS of Constitntiorr Life Syrup will correct the
secretion and remove the deposit, which is diroctb
under the skin. *
In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor,
Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer
ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom
panied with burning and other unpleasant symp
toms, will be relieved by the use of Mstitution
AS A GENERAL BLOOD-PURIFYING AGENT
THE LIFE SYRUP STAXDAIHYRIVALLED
BY ANY PREPIAIII6iCiii the WORLD,
Diseases of the Spine, as usually developed in the
young, Hip Disease, Neuralgia. and all Nervous di
seases, and Ladies who are Suffering from Diseases
for which they are at a loss to know what to do,
we would advise the use of Constitution Life Syrup.
It will restore their pallid countenance. strengthen
their weak back and sule,, give them new energy,*
new life and happiness.
THE RICH AND POOR
are liable to the same diseases. Nature and Sci
ence have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the
benefit of all.
Produces healthy men mad women, and if the Con
stitutidn is neglected in youth, disease and early
death is the result.. Do not delay when the means
are so near at hand, and within the reach of all.-
TO MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES.
It is the safest and most efficient medicine ever dis
covered for purifying the astern and relieving the
suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strength
ens both the mother • and the child prevents pain
and disease. and,inoreases and -enriches the food.—
Those who have used it think it indispensable. It
is highly useful both before and' after confinement,
as it prevents disease attendant - upon childbirth.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
IS THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND AND THE
RICH MAN'S BLESSING.
BUY IT, TAKE IT, AND BE CURED.
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS!
• WM. H.GREGG, M,
8 - oi - e - Pio - p - ri - eCo're - w"Yott.
LABORATORY, BROOKLYN. L. I.
PRIDE $1 PER BOTTLE; 6 BOTTLES FOR U.
Air Sent by Express to all parts of the country.
' MORGAN & ALLEN,
Wholesale Druggists, AGENTS,
46 Cliff street, New York;
Sold blJobasonlfolloway & Cowden, Philadel
phia, Pa., and all Draggles.
For sale by A. J. 2411. - LER, Cbaanbersburg.