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THE FRANKLIN CLOTHLNG
LARGEST STOCK—CHEAPEST PRICES.
the public, and defies
The undersigned can assure
successful contradiction. that his recent purchases in
the Eastern Cities enables him to offer one of the
'largest Ind most at treed ve stocks of •
For the Spring mid Sezemer Season of IS - 64, to be
found in any similar establishment-in this section.
EverY, variety of
COATS, • -
- 1. , 1ND VESTS,
made in the very best styles and at the lowest prices.
-GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
such as'Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Cravats, Neckties,
Handkerchiefs &c, Special attention is, called to
this department.• 7
I invite an `examination of my stock of Fine Cloths,
Nerseyraeres, Vestings. Fee., which 1 manufacture
upon special orders.
I beg to say that is Goods are manufactured un
der my own supervision. and by the very best work
men. Sty presentstock is the most extensive I hive
yet had in store. and I respectfully ask my friends
and the public to give me a call before purchasing
elsewhere. _Remember the old stand.
• J. T. HOSKINSON.
• Franklin Hotel Building,
Corner of the Diamond and West Market St..
07. Chambersburg, Pa.
1 - 1 ELuorr; CLOTHIER, South
. 'West corner of the Diamond, next door to the
Bank, Chnnbersborg , . has just returned front the
City with a large stock of superior and seasOnable
Goods, such as CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATIN
ETTS,'JEANS, CORDS. &e.,for Coats; and VEL
VETS. SATINS. MARSEILLES and other Vest-
Alpo, a very fine selection of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, which he is prepared to sell 'at the very
lowest market prices.
CUSTOMER WOBK.—As he employs a first-rate
ratter, he is prepared to make up all kinds of Gar
ments, for Men and Boys, to order, in the best styles.
Satisfaction will be guaranteed.
• A large assortment of GnrrLF.3tr,x's FURNISHING
Coons, such as Shirts. Drawers, Collars, Handker
chiefs. Suspenders. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,r&c. &c.
always on and. Give him a call and save money.
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S , FUR
..., NISHING STORE and SHIRT itfANUFAC
TORY. No. 814 Chestnut St.„4 doors below the Con
tinental, Philadelphia.. Particular attention given
to ordered Shirts. A perfect fit guaranteed. Per
sons at a distance can order by the following Shirt
Size around the Neck.
" " Chest under the Arms.
Length of Arms kbent) from centre of back to mid
dle of hand.
Length''of Bosom at Side.
R. C. ly ri A L A B : 0. D
R R N
At & C S,
READY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
t 1 08.5 grul 7 North Sixth. Street, 'Philadelphia.
Silk,.3lerino and Cotton Under Sbirtsand Drawers;
Cravats. Scarfs.fßoves, Handkerchiefs, &c. Shirts,
Wrappers and Areas Stocks made to order by meas
urement, and warranted to give satisfaction. '
Orders may be left with S. S. SHRYOCK, Chain
ivEsT.ON & BROTHER,
No. 900 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Raving received a liberal share of patronage from
Chtumbersburg and vicinity. we are encouraged to
ask fur more. The excellence of our goods and our
- work, and the care we take to give entire satisfac
tion, are a sufficient guarantee that we value our
reputation. [n011.63-Iy.] WESTON & I3ROTIIER.
_A:ALE:RICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
11 TRUST CO., Comer 4th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. Authorized Capital, $500,000.- - : Paid-Up Ca. -
Philadelphia. Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums' received
upon MoTnAt, POLICIES during the year ending
December 315t,1863. and-in force at that date, the
above amonnt to be credited to said Policies, and
have also ordered the dividend of 1860 on Policies
issued during that year , to be paid, as the annual
premiums on .said Policies are received.
Presedent—Aletamler Whilldiri, •
Se'aretnry not Freasurcr--John S. Wilson.
Actuary—John C. Sims.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES,—Alexander Whilldin,
Edgar Thornson,Georgels.ingent, Hon. James Pol
lock, AlbertS.- Roberts, -P. -B.- Mingle, Samuel
-Work, 14illiuny J. Howard. HMI. Joseph Allisoit,
Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Boaz
litt. Isaac lia.ztehurst:
Wm. G. Rime, Cliambersbura; Pa., is the author
-iced Agent of the American Life Insurance and
Trust Company, and is always prepared to furnish
pamphlet's or any information wanted, and to take
Insurances. OFFICE, in the Repository Building.
DILS. J. C. Ittettastis mid W. H. BOY LE, Medical
-REFERhNCES—Hon. A. R. McClure, Rev. S.
Niecolls, J. S. Nixon, ('linnthersburg. and Win.M
Marsha) Ca.shier II agerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please call on. or by addressing the_ under
signed they will he waited ou in any part of the
County or State. W. G. REED, Agent. - -
to-Office in the RErostxonTi Building, Cham
hersburg, Pa. mar 23.
Q 0 CHARTER. PERPETUAL;
-A•v..r ._1 FRANKLIN
:-FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
' PHILADELPHIA. , "
On January 10864
UNSETTLED CLAIMS,I INeOME rim 1864
Less PAID Stimi; 1829 • $.5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Charles N. Baneleer, Isaac Lea.
Tobin Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, . Geo. Fides.
.Tacob It. Smith, Alfred Fitler,
George W. Diehards, Fras. W. Lewis. M. 1).
MIA RI, ES N. BANCK ER, President.
EDWA LI) C. DALE, Vice President.
JAR. W. :MIA t.us - rEtt. Sec): pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS h 1 the authorized Agent' of the
Company in Chambersburg, who will furnish nll in
formation necessary to applicants. mar23-tf
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. - Charter Per
petual. CAPITAL $2300,000. Office 232 Walnut
street, Philda. The prompt payment of Claims for
Lossestiuring the period of nearly seventy Yearx ,
that the Company ba4 been in existence, entitles
them to the confidence of the public. Persons wish
ing to insure will please call on or address the un
dersigned. W. 0. REED, Agent.
REP - OSITOItY Buildings. Chambersimirg, Pa.
REFF.RENCES—J. Drier, J. Allhion Eyster, Esq.,
..Major J. f'. Austin. "• mar 23
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOAN GROVE, of
vv Chambershurg, is the General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. iun7l
NEW MARBLE YARD.—The under
signed respectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin County that ho has opened a new Mar
ble Yard in the 'room formerly occupied Ir 7 Dr.
Hamilton, directly opposite J.S.'Nixon's Drug store,
Main Street Chambersburg. where he Will keep on
band or make to order 1111 articles in his line of bus
iness, such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
-STONES: MANTEL - S, TABLE and STAND TOPS
de„ manufactured from the very best Foreign and
lie respectfully solieit'sa call from those who may
he in want cf any article in the above line.- He is
confident in his ability to satisfy all who may be
pleased to patronize him, either as regards his
cos. Or the euhlity. 'beauty, and chasteness of his
[11 ' 18 . 63 . 1, . JOHN A. GROVE.
E . .
STRAY .COLT.4aine to the re
dance of the subscriber, reSiding about VA miles
east of.Bridgeoort, Franklin county,' on, TucsdaY of
last week, a BAY COLT, with white nose and four
white feet, about three years old. The subscriber
is requested to- prove property. pay charges and
take it away. ,Lap 2 -3t9 JACOB TROSTLE.
1. -CE CREAlit—And the,
'M Philosophy. of
- its Manufacture. A small treatise, with value
--b oreciPes en 'this sttivect,•will be sent FREE, by
Mail. to Persons who will send their ruldress to
E. KETCHAM S: C 0...
289 Pearl Ft.. N. Y,
IN I L I, Alt Y HATS; :CAPS - AND
4.tiL 'COOS. at- • ' , DEPIERTS.
T ANDRETH'S AGRICULTURAL IM
_LA PLEMENT AND SEED WAREHOUSE.
D. and V.South Sixth .S'treet, Philadelphia, Pa.
DAVID LASTRETII & Soy, Proprietors of Blooms
dale, which contains near four hundred acres. in
high filth, devoted to the production of 'GARDEN
SEEDS. are now prepared to supply Country Mer
chants, Dru=ists and all others who deal in Seeds,
with large or small quantities, by the pound or
bushel. and also in papers made ready for retailing.
The Establishment represented by David Land
reth & Son, has been founded nearly three-fourths
of a century,
The Wide-spread ponultarity, and the demand in
creasing - from year to year, for
Landreth's Warranted Garden Seeds,
is evidence of the high value entertained for them
by the public.
Landreth'sHardon Seeds arc not. only favorably
received throughout the Union. but are shipped to
many foreign ports. Indeed it may-be stated with
national pride that they come into active competi
tion with English Seed and British Soil.
David Landreth & Son invite all who arc not al
ready purchasers of their Garden Seeds, to make a
trial of them—assured that they will be found Tully
equal to their high reputation.
landreth'sßural Register and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions.
furnished gratis. Alin—Catalogue of Agricultural
Implements. - DAVID LANDRETH & SON.
amtl2-Iyl Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St. Phila. .
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
GARDENERS, MARKET GARDENERS
PUACH .l 3Z YG sunns 1
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES, I
. -- -
by sending a list of what they require,
WILL RECEIVE THE SAME BY RETURN
with the loWest possible prices annexed for cash. 1
CARRIAGE PAID TO
BOSTON AND NEW YORK.
- Seeds pro-paid by mail.
• B. M. WATSON,
• 01d Colony Nurseries,
CiIIOICE TOBACCO SEED.--We offer
V for sale Seed of a very choice Tobacco. Its
value may be judged by the fact that it has been pro
nounced by a. competentpractical Tobacconist 4ape
rior for Wrappers to the 'amour; l'ohneetieut Seed
.Applicants per mail supplied at 1 per ounce.
• D.I.,ANDRETII & SON,
Seed and Implement Warehouse.
ap27-2t) 21 and 23 South Gth St„ Philadelphia.
A GR ICU LTIT L A R IMPLEMENT
• WILLIAM L. BUYER ,4, BRO.. I
Sitth Street and Germantown Avenue,
• PHILADELPHIA, P%., ,
Manufacturers of the '
Premium Farm Grist Mill
HORSE POWERS AND TRIIRSITERS,.
Circular Saw Ma,chines, Corn
Shcllers. Grain Fans,
and every variety of approved
fra. Send for Circular and adders -
Wl'3l. L. BO,YER
may 15-ly Philadelphia, Pa
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PHOSPHATE OF LIME .
which has been added, by a chemical proce4t , , n large
per tentage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not superior to
any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with copies of Analyses by Dr. Jack
son, Mass.. State Assayer, and Pr. Liebiti, of Bal ti
tool e: and 'testimonials froth scientific Agricalturizte.
showing its valor. Can be obtained from
J. 0. BAKER, sCo.,
Co., SFMLING A(;ENTS,
march 2-Iy. • 87 Wall Street, New York, -
0 FA R-MEIRS.
THE WALKER HORSE RAKE
is acknowledged to be the
Neate.et, Simplest, Clienprst end moat efficient Bake
WIC 111 'tae.
Any boy of ten years can work it with case: will
not get out of order. and gives universal satisfaction.
Warranted in every particular, and can be had from
St; to st 3 lower than any other Spring Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further particulars apply to the manu
facturer. D. 11. ESHELMAN,
ap2o-3ml Shirleysburg. Huntingdon co.. Pa.
rirlHE SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM
1.• MACHINIST—Devoted to Northern Cane and
Sugar 'Beet Culture. Improved Farm Machinery and
Prugmqsive 11Usbandrv. Published monthly- One
copy 1 year, $l.OO. Subspripttons received by
W. G. REED,
apd] Agefit for Clark Sorgo Machine Co.
FARM BELLS.—A large lot of Lebanon
Bells. No. I $B.OO, N 0.2 $6.00, No. a $5.00. The
beet Bells made. All Bells warranted one year.
DR. W. W. SCHLOSSER. I DR. J. M. PEDDICORD. - .
DENTISTRY.—OiIice in Mr. Jo}lN
NOEL'S BCILDING, Second Floor, immediately
opposite the Franklin Utilise. Having had an ex
perience of a number of years, and lbr the last four
years in Chambersburg, they feel warranted itisa , -
ing that they trill be able to please any one wibi
may give theme eall.
TEETH INSERTED •
S . 400.000
Erorn one to a full set, on fine fiord, Silver. K,:w,-
plaxtir or Vulennite IJow,. at prices more
reasonable for neat and rnbstantial work than anY
other Dentist outside of the cities. - Tcrth 'and Root , .
skilfully extracted or plugged to last for life. Ta
rter and other foreign substances removed, thus beau
tifying and preserving the teeth. Gold and Silver
Plates neatly repaired or taken in exchange for the
Vulcanite Amber _Base, which is much ch,rner,
more durable and lighter than met al ic or other plate.
and is worn with perfect ease, and comfort, being
kept in Replace by atmospberie piessure, The plate
will not corrode or oxidize. as will a metalie plate.
Specimen plates to he seen at tlmiotlice, where con
sultation can be had at anytime. Sati.faction guar
anteed omit) charge, BP , t of referrneex given. ;air_';
pE Al O'V A . -DR. J. K. REID.
Dentist, has removed his ()Mee front the corner
of the Public Square, where he prirdised so many
years, to the corner of Main and Queen Street:,
above Heyser keressler's Drug Store, Chamhms
hurg, Pa.. where he will be pleased to• receive the
calls of his friends. jun 17.63.
T\R. N. SCHLOSSER HAS REMOVED
his Dental Office to the Diamond, opposite the
eharubershurfs Bank, on the Second floor of the
Mansion House,where he tan always he found, be
tween the hours of 9 A. M., and 4 P. M. npl3-tf
01 -MAP CHA IR AND CABINET
- WARE ROOMS.—The'subseriber informs the
public that he 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 prepared to manufacture on the shortest no
tice, SpringScats t Cane Eottoni,tuid Windsor. Chairs,
'Sofas, Plain and li'aney Tables, Bureaus, Dressing
and Common Wardrobes, Wash Stands,Book Casqs,
and Bedsteads. VENITIAN BLINDS got up in
the best style: •
Particular attention paid to HOUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGING. and entire satisfaction
in every instance guaranteed.
- REPAIRING of all kinds, in his line of business,
prom Wly attended to, at moderate prices. •
• UNDERTAK LNG.—llav ing purehued th e H earse
ti Mr. Wm. Flory, dee'd, he is able to attend Fune
rals end manufacture Coffins, at the shortest notice,
of Cloth, Walnut or Cherry., - A Layer-out will be
in attendance. -
n04,63-Iy. JOSIAH E. SCJIOFIF,LD.
I4 ) . 01A P_A
1§64._P11T111:4t1.1,1611)A15. ' OWEL L
BO RKE, Manufacturers of
WALLPAPERS AND WINDOW CURTAIN
Cor. Fourth and Market Sta., Philtulelphia.
N,.8. A fine stock of LINEN,SHADESconstaiat
1Y on hurt& " fel7-31n,
'LOB- P.RINTING in eveiy-etyle done zt,
el the Waco of the to.taixwx %Ton
ikijr ,fratild* Aepositorn, Alan 4 1 1864.
We are now prepared to fill orders for
AGB.ICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
AIACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
,as well as SMALL TOOLS for the Farm anol Gar-
Spades. Sh ovets,_
Hoes, Ffmks. Rakes, etc.:
Scythes, andAyth e-Stones,
We-offer, also, a large assoitm cut of our own man-
Coffee and Crain Mills,
Sugar Mills for Grocers' use,
Store Tracks of various patterns,
• Road Scrapers.
FETIL , IZERS
of all kinds: such as
Coe's Superphosphate of Lime,
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvian Gtiano and Poudrette
IN OLTR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be found a complete selection of the best kin&
Of Vegetable, Flower
= and Grass Seeds,
- and Seed Grain
raised expressly for us by the :post reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS
The unremitting permnal attention of the -best
Seedsmen is given to their quality, and our custom
ers, may rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
Wesel] in small or large quantities to suit purelt-
stirs, and send in small lots by mail to all parts of
the United States
We will forward Price-Lists and Descriptive Circe
lars to all desiring them
189.191 andl93 Water Street, New York.
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel l'olding Finger-Bar and two
s now ready for sale-
In convenience and ligiitdess of ;draft, this is in-
perior even to:the old Style of Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its parts,
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Gears, are
made of Steel or Wroughtand'Maleable Xron. It is
thus the stronst and lightest machine in the.
AGRICULTURAL C.TIVIVICAL' CO'S
• ,Clf. EAT FERTIL*ERS.
This Fertilizer is composed of night soil [and the
fertilizing elements of urine, comitined, ch mdeally
and mechanically with other - ,vatua.hie .fertilizing
agents and absorbents. -•
It is reduced to a pulverulentAxindition, ready for
immediate use, and without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing properties.
Lt; universal applicability 34,! all eriZs and soils.
and its durability and akdive - qualities, are well
known to lie all that twieultarists can desire.—
Price, :i;25 per Tnn.
This-Fertilizer is largely composed of animal mat
ter. such is meat. hone, fish. leather, hair and wool,
together with chemicals and inorganic fertilizer:,
which decompose the mass, and retain the nitrogen
ous elements. It is thoroughly impregnated with
urine, and the thinner portion: of night soil.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops gen=
crally, and especially fur potatoes, and garden pur
Its- excellent qualities, strength and cheapness.
have made-it very popular with all who have used
it. Pi lee, $25 per Ton. • -
TREE AND FRUIT FERTILIZER
It is a highly phosphatic fertilizer, and is particu
larly adapted for the cultivation of trees, fruits,
lawns and flowers. It will promote a very vigorflus
and healthy growth of wood and ti wit, and largely
increase the quantity and perfect the maturity of
the fruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be found an indispensable article to
secure their' greatest Rerfection. It will prevent and
cup. diseased -conditions of the peach and glapetr
awl is excellent for grass and lawns.
The formula or method of combining its ennstitu ,
eat fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of eminent chemists and icientifietigriTl- -
Wrists. Price. ;I•fin per Ton.
PHOSPHATE '4IF DIME.
The Apri , irlivral rheini,arreidiralt manufacture
a Phosphate of Lime in aceorthinc6 - i - vith a new and
valuable formula, by which tiweiy .-•,:pperier article
is produced. so as to be afforded ill-:amass price than
other manufacuirers charge. Practiciii , tests have
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is'equal to the I
beat Phosphate of Lime in the market. Price, $l5 1
TERMS CASH.—Cartage and Freight to be paid
by the Pureliasor.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS.
rANAL WHARF, ON TOE DELAwsun.
Office, 41.:V. Arch Street. Philadelphia. Ps.
- R. B. FITTS, General Agent. I
he Company's Pamphlet Circular,. embracing
fu I directions for using the above Fertilizers, sent
.-hylmait free. when requested. [march 2-ffin.]
( 1 1101 SCGAR EVAPORATOR,
manufactured by BLYMTIiR, BATES & ItAy,
3)1 care willing to guarantee that . ,,,
trOin - te.o acres of good Cane, a sufficient number of
gallons of Syrup main be produced to cover cost of
M.whinery, capable of making eighty gn 11011 S of I
Syrup per day, which at fifty cents per gallon, will
pay for cost of Mill and Evaporator in fourdsys : or
where pan is wanted for a -brick arch, withot t the
Furnace. in less time.
C)OK'S SYRUPS have been 'sold at an ave age
of sixty cents a gallon, and none hi market. An
- acre of good Cane will produce from 2 - to 300 gallons
SORGO SEEM—We offer n Superior Artiele,se
leetud by ourielves. Sprout the seed and roll in
plaster. Plant in drills four feet apart, from North
to - S - Outb - , Light soil and Southern exposure pro.
ferred, - although not absolutely necessary, as it will
groVC on soils where manysroys would be a failure.
Calm/Ito as for Corm
-Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium
ever all others at two United States Fairs and over
_thirty State Fairs.
(lark Sortro' Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
G REED, Agent.
Office—Rgeostrotti - Building, Chamb'g, Pa.
te - r - The ,S'orpo land-Book sent free W i ttily pert
son asking for it. - mar 23
METZ'S PLOW MANUFACTORY
CORNED OF WASOINGTON AND SECOND STREETS,
• CHAMBE I RSBURG, PA.
Gilman's Improved Premium Plows, and all other
Plows now in general use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS. b o th wrought Iron Share and Self-sharp
ening. Harrows, Hoe Harrows, Cultivators,, Plow
Castings, and Warn 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, see and be convinced.
He has also purchased the right to manufacture
arid sell "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.
.. fet 24-3 m - ABRAHAM METZ.
den, such ai
awl Agricultural Hardware
IL 11. ALLEN .S:" CO.,
gTers, Vianto Yiitcs.`
ipLA N'T S FOR THE DEe_pRA
• TION OF THE !PARLOR,. CONSERVA
TORY OR FLOWER BORDER, Embracing over
50(4,000 plants, including, the rarest and finest varie
ties in cultivation of the following sorts:
Artonhinitin or Snap Dragon, striped and mottled
var i e ti es . S 1 per dozen.
Asters,finest double varietiesSl per dozen.
Auricula Sweet William, new,•B2 "
c a l eeo lars, beautiful spotted varieties, $3 to $5 per
Dahlias. large show varieties, 100 sorts. $2 per doz.
Dahlias. bonnet varieties, 32 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Delohunini fermosim, hardy, blue herbaceous plant
$l5O per dozen.
flazinia Splendens; orange-and crimson, $2- per doz: F we b s i ns , 50 varieties,' double and single, $1.50 to
$3 per dozen.
G eran iums, summer dowering --01 shades, $3
Pelargonium , 50 finest new so`rts.ii , 3 to $6 per dozen.
Heliotrope, 12 varteties, $2 per dozen.;
Hollyhocks. 24 finest sorts. :z4 50 per dozen.
Honeysuckles. 6 varieties, 4 14 3 per dozen.
Lantanas, 16 sorts, $3 per dozen
Lemon Verbena, 25 to each, $2 per dozen.
Pansies. 100 sorts, isl per dozen.
Pansies, finest English sorts. 25 varieties, $3 per doz.
Petunias, 25'Varieties. - double and single, $4 per
Patunins, 100 sorts, from seed. $1 50 per dozen.-
Phlox, hardy. 50 varieties, $2 per dozen.
Chrysanthemums, 100 sorts, S 2 per dozen.
PinkSjElorists, 24 sorts .$2 per dozen.
Pinks; Monthly Carnations. 40 s,orts, $3 perdozen..'
Itose..jloo sorts, fine plants, from $3 to $9 per.doz.
Sairiak blue sod scarlet, $1 50 per doz.
Iropcoolum. 6 varieties. splentled,.s3 per dor.e.b.
Verbenas, 50 finest sorts, named,sl 50 per dozen.
50 finest sorts, without names. $l5O p.loz.
30 new sorts. $4 to $7 50 per doz.-
All our plants are grown in extra small pots. for
the special purpose ofillitant transportation., Hav
ing in;this manner grown our plants -for nevi ly six
teen years. and have sent theM to all parts of the
country'. with unvarying, satisfaction to our mistoin-:
ers.' I.argo experience in Packing has enabled its to
ensurd the safe arrival of Plants to any distance.
where the time does not exceed 10 days. in as good
condition a.. 9 if bonitht at heme. We make no charge
for Ba.skets, Boxes or Packing, on Bills of $5 and
Order from unknown correspondents must invari
ble b&aezompanicd by a remittance or responsible
reference. else no attention can 'be paid to the or
der. Perhaps the most satisfactory mode of pay
ment to strangers is in naying the express agent on -
receipt of the goods. Descriptive' Catalogue on ap
plies tion. PETER HENDERSON, -
feb 24-3 in Jersey City. N. J.
NT 0 T
NURSERY STOCK OF EVERY VARIETY:
SELLING OFI AT LESS MAN COST.
BAy)trooD NURSERY and ROSE GA RDI-IN,
WILKINS P. 0., ALLF,GIIENY CO., PA.
Over FIFTY' ACRES under caltivation of the
choicest varieties of eilerything to be found in_a
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs and plants. all in fineconditionand.carefully
labeled. The ROSEis the speciality in the floral
department; many of itsrarest varieties being, im
ported direct from France. .
Owing to Gen. Ncgley's absence in the army. we
are selling out the concern, and we invite orders
large or stnallas 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...sen years, so as to secure nerfeetac
curacy, and careful package in filling orders.'
SEELY & - MELLON.
Mar2-3m - Wilkins P. 0.. Allegheny Co., Pu.
is mach Snore easy and successful in the
COMMON DRY SOIL OF' PRIVATE GARDENS:
MARKET GARDENS, OR ICI
than in the iasnal clumsy way in bogs and meadow , .
The yield this' s.easoh, in my method
of culture was over
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS PER ACRE,.
Explicit directions for :eultivation. with price of
CRANBERRY - PLANTS
AND ALL OTDI'II. USDFUL AND ORNANI:NTAL
TREES, PLANTS AND, SHRUBS,
will be send .hy mail. Plants prepaid by rail.
.13! IVA.TSON, -
OW Colony Nurseries,
, ---- -
p ---Y D E IV'S, FRANKLIN COUNTY - 11 i CENTS. - PER POUND- TAX ON
iLIoNt7RSEIIIES.—Fnurr ‘xo ORN A mENT A LTV, Eks i J._ k./ TOBACCO.—The Governmentsis about to
GRA ei: ViNgs, Siratwagaav PLANTS, Etc.—The put a tax of 40 cts. per pound on Tobacco.
larg•est stock is si - deet from in the county. Every- You can save 50 per cent. by -
thing in the FRUIT TR - EE and PLANT line that :Yeti can save 50 per cent, by
is at all, desirable. can be supplied from the coin Buyingiyour Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
monest standard Fruit Tree. to the' ,
and most i Buying your Tobacco,at J. D: JACOBS',
choice native or foreign species or variety pf Fruit Buying your Tobacco at .1. 1). JACOBS'.
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are unusual- r Prime Navy 'Tobacco at 75 to 80 eta.
ty, fine, stout heavy .trunks. furnished with find Prime Cavendish Tobacco at'-.50 etc. to 51.
hranchims heads, from; three to five feet from the Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 cis.
ground, as may be desired. Our aim is to grow the. Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80 etc.
best of everything 'mining. and cultivating upon .- Prime Twist Tobacee at 75ito 90 Os,
scientific Principles. consequently. our productions JACOBSSeIIs Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish.
are not offered in competition - with Trees grown-I- JACOBS sells Old Virginia Plain Cavendish:
upon the old let-alone system: An invitatioin:is ex- JACOBS sell Old Virginia Twist.
tended to all who are interested in fruit culture, to JACOBS sells,Old Virginia SmOking Tobacco.
,come and see for themselves, JACOBS'Mfchigan Fine Cut Chwing Tobacco. '
- A large stock of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Cannot be Equaled.
Rosps, &c.. in pots. Will be ready in April and May. i -- Cannot be Equaled.
Enclose a three cent stamp for descriptive Cate- ' - , •
'JACOBS' Segurs are' superior to all.
Incite of Fruit and Ornamental trees, &e. , • JACOBS' Seyars are superior to all. -
Address, 8. - L. RYDER ' , . He sellelnown manufacturing.
West Franklin Nurseries, . .- Pipes. Pipes, Meerschaum Pipes, Brier Pipes,
mar 16-If • Near London Franklin Co.. Pa. Box Pipes, Mahogany Pipes, Apple Pipes,
, • . . -,---- Chem , Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes, and
EY;;TONE ' NUR.:3I4;itY.---Tlici Ma l l _ other pipes. Tine in and get your Pipes, Setrars and
h scriber is prepared to furnish most a'rticles us-
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS', Main Street, Chatnbers-
Ilaily to he found in Nurseries, of good oil:tilt!, iiint ' 1.."52'• , jarefi-ly.
at. reasonable re les, ' V" ENV; 1' 0 B A -Ull 0 AND SEGAR
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of
PRUIT TREES.• I'l STORE.—To TUE CITIZ I:NS OF CFIAMBERSBURG
epics. Cherries. Peaches • ND VitaNITY: The undersigned having been (Mil
• - .em
to leave Virginia on account of hie Union
1 arf and Standard Pears, entiments,, has come among you to establish a bits
cots.Apri Plums, " , ness, hoping fronithis long exnerienee, and by close
apes, . attention, lie will - nMet with a generous support.—
' ~, Strawberries, I lis stock will consist of all the best brands of TO
llaspherrie-s, Cerrnnts, - - - IIACCI) AND SEGARS, which he will sell as Olean
Gooseberries Backbertics, &c.
:aS can he had any where in town. Don't forgdt the
• Also. can be furni‘iled a good assortment of •
F. V Dr:GREEN TREES. place, blgn of the. "little Viia nigger," opposite
the Franklin Hotel next door to Shrvock's Book
Evergreen7andiother Shrubbery, Shade Tree's'. ,ke• - -i- ", - • ' '
• S:Ltore south-east corner of the Diamond.
Great Facilities are pOsessed for shipping artiel, , • •- •
• • yunl..titl. C. H. BUSH
to all partA of the country. aii the Nursery immedi
ately adjoins the City of Harrisburg.
mar Id-tf , JACOB MISH. Harrisburg, P
rpnE OPORTO CattiPE%---This
ig not recommended pm tteularly as a d •rt
fruit, but - makes tot excellent. dark, colored, rich,
well bodied Wine, so closely resenibling genuine
old-timed PORT 'WINE, that none but experieneed
judges'ea» distiugiiiSh 'between the two. Although
it is manufactured extensively in Western Neu
York, the supply is unequal to the demand,' at from'
$1 50 to $4 per gallon,
Vines for sale by "the subserilier.yeho lnisbeen nP
poipted Agent for it at the following Priees:
One to three years old, 25e to 50 its each, Al.l 50 to
$5 per dozen, $l5 t o per 100. 4A(1041 511$11.
mar 16-tfT ' Keystone Nurseiy, Harrisb'g, Pa.
DEAR TREES.—Standaid and Dwarl
Pear Trees of the leading and most valuable
varieties. Among them can be furnished smut
_EXTRA. SJJJECTED" Trees. the Dwarf having
fruit buds an ready for immediate bearing.
Price for good trees. 50 to 60 eta each—Extra se
lected 75 etc to $l. each. Rates lower by dozen.
J. MISR, Keystone Nursery,. -
- mar 1641 - ! Harrisburg,_ Wa.
:TERRY TREES.—A fine nBsortmeni
of about Porty.best varieties, trees of large sit(
anti vigorous. -,
Price, 30. cts 50 eta, 75 eta each; 83, $.5. srper doz.,
$lB, $25, 'l5 per 100. , J. MISII;
mar 16-tf] Keystone Nursersy, If arrisb's, Pa.
god varietY, not subject to injury, bY the borer
For stdeut Keystone Nursery. -Harrisburg. Pa.
Trees 10 to 12 Sett high; 75 emits each d : 7 7,7 per doz
Inar23l ' - ' JACOB MlBll.
EXCELSIOR ASH; a handsome, orna
mental Shade Tree, of sure and rapid growth,
Trees from S to 12, feet high. ,40.'a160 cents each;
,$3 50@ti per doz.;s2oo - '440 per 100. JACOB ~111S11,
mar23l ' Koystdne Nursery, H-arrisburg.
lAIPLEMEATTS —Doalera and Mau
ttfacturers of Agriculte-al and other Implements
can reach a large clam of valuable cuctorners by
VERTIBING In the 'FRANS:LEV REPOSITORY.
Creeo Vants anV
T R RE S AND P L A . N T, S
OF: ALL KINDS.
• in all sizes, atlaW rates. Pniehaser's should '
" srid for new
PRICE LIST .FOR I. Ai 4. .
EpFORIS rirucnisma ELswinms.
Carr/ace paid . to Reston. Newport and NeePY rk
B. AL WA'VSON,
Old colony Nrirseri6
L N T A ND, SEE D . S
prepaid by mail, i
IN G.R V A 1?,I .11 Y.'
• PRICE - .I.IST' NOW READY.
- )3.31. WATSON,-
. Eihnotith, Mass.
rro AGENTS AND DEALERS
,t Lit I'3 S
Wholesale Catalogue for • 1864
240 W READY.
Oarriaie of:Packages paid to
BOSTON, NEWPORT AND NEW YORK
' B. M..WATSON,
Old Colony Nuri3erid,
• Plymouth, Mas-8
march 213 m
J. 41 It AN It I, IJ IN IN -R SER y,
Charnberaliurg Pa. I would offer to the public
- well selected 'assortment of Fruit Trees, Apple,
'each, Pear and Plum, of all leading varieties.—
11so ornamental Trees_ such as Maples, Linden;
ish,'Horse Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway Spruce,
American Balsam Fin, Arbor Vitas in variety.—
ardY - .Shrubs, such, as Spireas in large tariety,
eigelias and Deutzhs, many of these are well cal
.mlated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles, Yorsvtbias
Also, Grapeg, Catawba, Isabella, Concord, biana,
Delaware, Rebecca. &c.
Currants, the leading kinds; .Raspbtrries, Straw
Flote . rs—Roses. Verbenas, Reliotrop4, Gerani
ums. uschsias, Petunias.
All of which will be sold at reasonable prices for
veuth.' The usual Kitchen Garden Plants, by the
dozen. hundreds or thousands. •
Send for a tubular, as all applicants are supplied
free.. (fob 24-4 ml JACOB HEYSER, Agent.
VVERGREENS, TREES, VINES AND'
iJ PLANTS.--Thesubscriberlias had such a heavy
.lemand fer Evergreens that he will make a large
order from the Eastern Nurseries in May next, the
best 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.
*7. Orders for TREES and PLANTS should be
-eat before the lst of May, , so that they may be tans
planted at the proper time. He has an excellent
assortment of the very best varieties. Driers may
be left with J. N. Snider, J. S. Nixon. R. P. Haze
let or D. S. Fahnestock , Son, in Chambersburg.
- ' B. L. RIDER, •
ap2O-St London, Franklin co., Pa.
NT, ORWAY MAPLE TREES.,froin 8 to
12 feet high and vigorous. A handsome Tree,
much resembhpg the Sugar Maple, but of more
eertain and rapid growth.
Price 40@60 cents each; $3 500,6 per dozen ; $2O
4_440 per 100. • - JACOB MISTS,
mar23] • Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg. s
(;STRAWBERRIES:—Now is the time to
I plant Strawberries. Wilson's Albany and Tri
umph de Gan& best quality, for sale at sl,ooperhun
dned at Franklih 'Nurseries, near - Chambersburg.
apl3-4t JACOB HEYSER.
LTORSE CHESTNUT. TREES.—Ordi-
II nary 8469 for planting, 50 cents each Sou/ter
4ze—frozu 5 to 7 feet-25 cents each : $250 per doz;
$lB per 100. - JACOB NISH.
naar23] • F Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
Eob i acco anb *cgars:
THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
now order all their Tobacco. Segars, Pipes, Sc.
t".oin J. D.' JACOBS. They know Jacobs sells the
best and cheapest. ian274Y.
TUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of
Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco at
jan27-Iy. • •- , J. D. JACOBS'.
013.A.CC0 AND SEGARS *---A large
'ussortmentsif Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
, nd Scgare, just:received and for sale at
BOYD'S Grocery Store,
A LAROF, ASSORTMEtkiT OF TO
LL arid S 1 ARS. at wholesale or retail
tt SHAFER ,k STUART'S.
MONTGOMERY 'will at
tend trotuptly to all calls in' hie line. Office
on Main Street, next „door to the Eagle Hotel, and
nearly opPosite the residence of the -Hon. George
Chambers. inn 17,63.
111 R., J. C. I RICHARDS will attend
promptly 'toall ealls in his line. Office on
Main Street, next door to §pangler's Drag Store.
OFFICE' HoußS:—From 7 to TA. IL; 12 to .2 and 6
DR.SAMUEL G. LANE has resumed
the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in Chara
hersburg., Office on Queen atrect, a few doors East
of Wallace's Store. • ' apl3-tf
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER.
BRAND & FLACK, Agents at.Chambersburg.
Anodicle every family should have. Get the best,
the Universal Wringer. Come get - one on trial.
Warranted Vide the Mork. .
HAND -BILLS, from the largest to the
amillest,in Plain or FanoLeolor
the office or thh ORANALIN REPOSinitt
coNSTIT TION WATER.
• r • IcoNSTIT U UTION‘' WATER.
, CONSTITUTION WATER.
• • I
THE ONLY R*EDY
DIABETES A.ND DISEASESOF THE KIDNEYS
C 0 N'StIT T N WATEE
Has been pionounced by the Medieil Faeulty. and
the public. to be the most wonderful remedy fdr the
permanent cure of all diseases of the STOMACH
KIDNEYS, and BLADDEH, that has ever been of
fered. . .
It is not u MINERAL WATER.- Itis from ex-
IS c rience that CONSTITUTION:WATER has eman
ated. and we now say, let no man doubt, when a
single bottle has been - known to cure disesies which
the best medical talent in this country has failed to
A remedy possessing the virtues ofc?nstitution
Water cannot be classed under " quack. PrePara
tions„aait is now used by, the most scientifie. prac
titioners in; this city. It 18 only Second-class physi
cians that cries down popular remedies, while the
better skilled make use of every means to accom-;
plish a cure and - the success of the physician in
creases as his knowledge of different remedies en
ables him to produce &curb, while - others fail in the
attempt. Science:is: satisfied,with the truth. •
Give Constitution Water a fair trial—weineau yea
who are under some SPECIALIST'S care from year
to year, and we particularly allude to ladies,- who
aro constantly resorting to LOCAL TRRATMENT.
-and all sorts of loctilappliations - for disease, with set
much chance of success as there would be from
local applications to the- throat for diseases , Of - the
brain. • ,
We have always been careful to use language in
our circularthat could nofshoek the most delicate
'organization, but we receive-so many communita
-Goes from Persons fdr which Constitution Water-is
adapted. and of whose disetwes no meatier' has been
made, that we have come to the conclusion that if
the remedy is capabl eof producing artire, no Matter
what the disease may he, it should - be made known.
The medicine is put up for the public, and there
should be no exceptions.
--- We mould say Constitution' Water is not like a
gilded pill, made to suit the eyes and taste ; it is a
medicine in ;every sense of,the term, placed in the
hands.of the people for theirrolief and if taken ac
cording to the directions it will in every case pro
duce a radical cure. We would say that the direc
tions in-regard to diet, etc., relate only to the disease
under which, they occur.
Is a discs-se - of thestoinach and liver. acting through
the kidneys, and is:without doubt. the most obstiur
ate disease, except consumption that effects the hu
man constitution. We have nospace for discussing
causes, but will state that the effect of the ,disease
is the conversion of the starchy principle (or vege
table portioni of the food) into sugar, which stimu
lates the kidneys - to an excessive secretion of water.
Many persons suffer from, this disease who are ig- -
norant of it; thatis; they pass large quantities dur
ing the day„ and are obliged• to get up fromone to
fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notiae
is taken of it until their attention is called to the
large discharge of water, and often when it is - so fstr
a dvancedns to be beyond the control of ordinary
remedies. Another symptom is the great - thirst.
which when the disease is fully established. is irt
tolerable-the patient drinks- constantly without
being satisified ; also dryness of the month, crack
ing of the lips, a sweet brehtb.in the more advan
eed•cases:iind finally love of appetite. • emaciation.
and the Pii
ient graduall Vsinks from exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION' WATER.without doubt, the only
known remedy' for DIABETES., tend we have es
much confidence that it is a specific as we hire thAt
opium will prodnee sleep, and truthfully eay that it
has cured eyery case in which it has been used..
STONE IN THE BLADDER. CALCIUMS, GRA
VEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSIT. ETC.,ETC..
Diseases 'arising from, a faulty secretion—in the one
Pose being too little. and acconipanicd by severe
pain. and the other a too- profuse secretion—which
-will be speedily cured by the •
3- CONSTITUTION WATER
.1 CONSTITUTION WATER •
' • CONSTITUTION W-ATER ' • •
- ' CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER .
CONSTITUTION WATER • •
. • tl 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
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
- THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY - FOit,
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR :
.THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
OF.THE NECK OF THE BLAD
DER, INFLAMATION - OF THE KIDNEYS,
. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER.
STRANGUARY AND BURNING, OR PAIN
- . FUL URINATING.
• For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy
and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single
-dose- has been known to relieve the most urgent
Arc you troubled with that dist:ussing Pain - Indio
small of the back and through the hips? A- tea
spoOnfuta day of the Constitution Water -will re
lieveyou like magic. -
; -•-.; • PHYSICIANS '
Has lonFOnce given up the, use of bnchu, cubebs
a.ndiumper in the treatment of those diseases. and
only use them fol. the want of a better remedy.
- CONSTITUTION WATER
have proVed itselL eqnal to the task that has de
volved upon it.'
irritate and drench the - kidneys. and by constant
usesoon lead to chronic degeneration and confirmed
We present the Constitution Water to the, public
with the conviction that it has no 'equal in reliev
ing the class of diseases: for Which- it has been
found so eminently successful for curing: and we
trust that we shall be rewarded for our efforts in
placing so valuable remedy in a form to meet the
requirements of patient' and physician.
BEAD! READ! READ rt
Dki. -- vrth..g. Pa:, June 1862.— DR. WM. IL
GREGG-Dear Sir: In February. 1861. / was Milk
ted with Sugar diabetes, and for five months I pas
sed more' thou two gallons of water in twenty-four
hours. I was • obliged to get up as often as ten or
twelve times during the night, and id five months I
lost aboutfive pounds in weight. During the month
of July, 1851, I procured two bottles of Constitutien
Water. and in two days after Using it I experienced
relief, and after taking two hottles I was entirely
cured, soon after re)g-atarng--. usual good health.
J.V. DE WITT.
Bos-rmt - CORNERS, N.Y.,. Dec 27. 1161.— WM. H.
:GREGG & CO.—Gents:--Ifreely give you liberty to
snake use of the following certificatoof tho value of
Constitution Water which I can recommend in the
higisch manner...--Ely wife was attacked with - pain
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 physicianwho at
tended her about' three months, when he left her
worse than he fbund her. I then employed one of
the best physicians I could' find, who attended her
for about nine months, and, - while she was under his
care she'did not suffer 'quite as much pain. Ile Br
olly gave her up.' and said her ease was incurable.
For," said he' she has each a combination of com
plaints that medicine given for one operates against
some other of her difficulties.'-' About this time the
commenced the use of Constitution Water, and to
our utter astiMishment, almost the first dose seemed
to have the dissired'effeet, and she kept en imrrov
ing rapidly under its treatment, and now superin
tends uitirely, her domestic affairs. She ,has ntt
taken any of the Constitudim Water for sheet fort
weeks, and we•are happy o say that it has I re
duced a permanent cure. •
WM. li. VAN UNWED:MN.
WE) TriRRFTiLD e C,LLMIlre ll2‘, ISE 3- 1 5 31. w -II •
GREGG—Dear Sr :—.lltiving seen yours dvertise
went of", ' Constitution Water,' reaomtuendedf er
Tr! amation of the Kidneys . and Irritation egt le
Bladder, having sufferedf ct :the past three Furr
and tried the skill of a number afe4yeiei e rer yid
.only temporary relief, I was induced - to tr-# yet r
medicine. I l rooured one 'bottle ofYoer agents at
Hartford, Mum. Lee. Sisson & Co.. and when
had rised half or it. to my' atirpriso I found a: - greal
change in my health. I have usedtiro hottkisof it,
and aa!lwberel never eepeeted- to be talnit file t ell
and ingood spirits. ermalt esPresa TV vatttt de
for it I feel that it is - alrand‘wore' tlian_you. XeCc
mended it tote.' May the 'blessing of God:ever at
tend in in - your labors of ioire.
' - LEONARD .13. BIGGRLdW
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS: PRICE la*
H, GREGG & CO.. Proprietors.
!MORGAN4t ALLEN.:GeMerstA. gen 4.
46 Cliff Streot „Kew York,
-.I±I 7 NSOIt lIALLOWAYt COWDEN t
eb S.; sew Sail MN . ; 6th Street:Philadelphia
by A; J,:MlLL:ElliChatabersburg.