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TIE FIWESTANKLIN CLOTBINGIEA
-- PORTU .
iIeARGEST STOCK--CHEAPEST PRICE&
The uddersigned can panto the nubile, and defies
saeuessful contradiction that his recent purchases-in
the astern Cities ena bl e s him to offer ono of the
lannstand mostattractivestocks of
- • CLOTHING_
For tke Spring and Sue' S e a"ln of 1561, to be
(mind in any similar establishment in, this section.
Even , varlet) , of - .
-., AND VESTS,
made in the very best...styles and at the lowest prices.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING' GOODS,
such as Shirts, Drawers, Collars. Cravati, Neckties.
lln.ndkerelticti, Ito, Special - attention is called to
Yiovlto an examination of ivy stock of Fine Cloths,
Rorneymercs. Vestinv, which I manufacture
upon special orders.
• I beg to say that my Goods are manufer;tured un
der my own supervision. and by the - very best work
„mon. My present stock is the most extensive I have
Set had in store. and I respectfully ask my friends
and the public to give Inc a eallionfore purchasing
:elsewhere. Remember the old sland.•
J. T. TIOSKINSON. •
Franklin II Building
- Corner of the Diamond and West Market
.117. ChembersburgSt,.. Pa.
ELLIOTT, CLOTHIEJI, South-
West corner of the Diamond, n&t door To the
Bank, Chambersburg, has just retained from the
ciG9 wi th it large stork of superior' and seasonable
(roods, such ns CLOTTIS, CASSIMERES, SATIN
MTh JEANS, CORDS. &e. for Coats; 'and VEL
VETS: SATINS, MARSEILLES end ether Vest
. i n c l . very fine selection of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, a hich he is prepared to sell at the very
CUSTOMER - WORK.—As he employs a first-rate
he is prepared to make np all kinds of Oar
,ments„for Men and Boys, to order, in the best styles.
tiatiAetion will be guaranteed.
A large assortment of GRNIT,R)Me9-FITRN/SITING
GOOD§, such its Shirts, Drawers, Cellars, Ilandker
ehiefi. Suspenders. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas:&e. &c.
grrays on hand. Give him a call and save money,
iun17,63. • -
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FUR
NISIIING STORE and SHIRT MANUFAC
TORY. No. 814 Cheßtnut St.. 4 doors below the Con
tinentid. Philadelphia. Particular attention given
to ordered Shirts. A nerfeet ftt guaranteed,. Per
rtsattidistanco can order by the following Shirt
?sound the Neck. .
" Chest under the Arras.
t t . t• Waist.
unig.th of Arms (bent) from centre of back to mid
dle of hand.
Length of Bosom at - Side.
.1111 C. AV B 0 R N ds CO.' S,
1V• WFIOLE - RALE AND RETAIL
READY-MADE LIEN & DRESS STOCK
- - -
-Woo. 5 awl 7 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Silk, Merino and Cotton Tinder Shirts and Drawers;
Cravate, Scarfs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Am. Shirts,
Wrappers and Dress Stocks made to order by mom
dietnent, and warranted to give satieflietion.
Orders may be left with S. S. SIERYOCK, Cham
WES T N & BROTHER,
No. 900 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
tpaving received a liberal, share of patronage from
ambersbarg and vicinity, we are encouraged to
ask for 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 & BROTHEL
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Corner 4th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. • Incorporated 1850. • Charter Perpe
tual. Authorized Capital, $.500,000. Paid-Up Cap
- Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CRNT, on all premiums received
upon Murum, Potactsit during the year ending
December list, 1863, and in force at that date, the
above'amount to be credited to said Policies, and
have also ordered the dividend of 1860 on Policies
issued during that year to he 'paid. as the annual
pzeraituns on said Policies aro received.
Prelidenl 4 --Alexander Whilldin,
&crawl/ and Treasure)—John S. Wilson.
Actuarp—John C. Sims.
' BOARD' OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin,
.3. Edgar Thomson , George Nugent, lion. James Pol
lock, Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
Work, William J. lloward, Don. Joseph Allison,
- Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Dear
litt, Isaac ilailehurst.
G. REcn, Chamhersburg. Pa., is the author
ized Agent of the American Life Insurance and
Trust Company, and is always prepared to furnish
'pamphlets or any information wanted, and to take
Insurances. OFFICEAU the Repokitory
Des. J. C. Rtcaanos and W. H. BorLr., Mcdicoi
REEERIiNCES.--Hon. A. K. McClure, Rev. S. - S.
ifienolls, J. S. .Nixon, Chamhersburg. and Wm. M.
Marshal Cashier - lingenztown Bank.
' Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please- mill on, or by addressing the under
signed they will be waited on in any part of the
County State. W. G. REED. Agent.
Office in the REPOSITORY Building, Cham
benburz. Pa. '
I 2 9 CHARTER PERPETUAL.
IREF INSURANCE CODIPANY
On Jarman 1,1861
Unrrri.v.tt CLAWS, I INCOUR ROB 1864
Loris PA ID SLATE 1&9 $5,0.00,000
PERPETUAL ,AND TEMPORARF POLICIES
• _ ON LIRERAL TERMS.
Charles; N:Banetter, , Isaac Lea,
Tobias' Wagner, - - Edward' C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, Geo. Fates, -
Jacob R. Smith. • Alfred Fitter,
George W. Richards. Fras. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President.
EDWALD C. DALE; Vice President.
_JAL llf!A LUSTER, Sec'y pro. tem.
'DAVID OAKS is the authorized- Agent of the
Company in Chanibershurg, who will furnish all in
formation necessary to applicants. . mar-tf
INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 179 t. Chatter Per
petual. CAPITAL $:5(X),0130. Office 232 Walnut
street, Philda. The prompt payment of Claims for
bosses during the period of nesrly seventy years
that the Company - has 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.G. REED, Agent.
Rgeostrony—Buildings. Charnbersburr„ Pa.
RUICRENCES-J: D. Grier. J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin. ' , marX,
Irjß AGENT.—Mr. JoiiN GRovE, of
IJF C'himbersburu, is the General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. iun7/
NEW MARBLE YARD.—The under
signed respectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin County that he has opened a new Mar
ble Yard in -the room-formerly occupied by Dr.
Hamilton, directly opposite J.S. Nixon's Drug Store,
Main Street, Chamberaburg, wherelto will keep on
hand or make to order all articles in bisline of bus
inest, such ns MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
STONES: MANTELS. TABLE andET AND TOPS.
kc., manufactured 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. go is
Confident in his ability to satisfy all who may he
Pleated to,patronize him, either as regards his prl
eta, Or the quality—beauty, JOHNasnes of his
work. " 1"iniR.63.1. A. GROVE.
ESTRAY COLT.—Carne, to the resi
diswe of the subscriber, residing about 1% miles
east of Bridgeport. Franklin county, on Tuesday of
lest week. a BAY COLT, ;with white nose and four
white feet, about three years-'old. The subscriber
is requested to nrove property. nay charges and
take it away. lan27-3t*) JACOB TROSTLE.
"IrCE CREAM.--And" the Philosophy of
_L its Manufacture. - A small treatise, with valua
ble recipes on this subject, will be sent FREE, by
mail. to persons rite will send their address to
E. KETCHAM Jc
289 pearl St.. N. Y.
11. ;;A R Y "RATS:, `CAPS AND
COR:013: at 1:010IIERTS.
• -' ,- -'';:.;;gctelit' - ',', -, ~-:
PLgIYIEST AND SEED WAREHOUSE
21', and 23 South Sixth Street , Ph il adelphia, Pa.
DAVID LANDRETA & SON, Proprietors of Blooms
dale, which contains near, four hundred acrei, in
high filth, 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 foriebtiling.
The Establishment represented by David Land
reth & Son, has beau fOunded nearly three-fourths
of a century,
The wide-spread popultaritY, and the demand in
ere.asing from year to year, for
• Lindreth's ,Warranted Garden Seeds, •
is bvidenee of the. high value entertained for them
by the public.
Landreth's Garden Seeds are. not only favorably
received throughout the , Union. but aro 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 are not al
ready Purchasers of their Garden Seeds, to make a
trial of them—assured that they will bo found fully
etputi to their high reputation.
Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions,
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agrieniturid
Implements. DAVID LANDRETII & SON,
wig 12-1 y) Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St., Phila.
FRESH p:A•ADEN, SEEDS
GARDENERS, MARKET GARDENERS
AND iOTEIERS. , '
Puanitastlia. smalls IN
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES,
. 1 ., by sending ilist!of what they require.
WILL RECEIVE TILE SAME-0 - BSTURN
OFj MAIL, '
with the lowest possiblo prices annexed for cash.
ems:avian PAID TO
BOSTON AND NEW YORK:
Seeds pie-paid by mail.
B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nurseries, ,
A GRICUL,TULAR. IMPLEMENT
WILLIAM L. BOYER k BRO.,
Sisth Street and Germantown Avenue,
Manufacturers of tlts.r l
Premium Farm Grist Mill
HORSE POWERS AND iRRESITERS.
Circular Saw MaelaßCS, Corn
Shellers, Grain Fans,
and every variety of approved
' - Agricultural Implements.
Send for Circular and adders
WM. L. BO,YER. ,t BRO..
may 15-ly Philadelphia, Pa.
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PHOSPHATE OF - LIME, to
which has been added,- by, a chemical process, a large
per tentage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not, superior to
amv other fertilizer. -
- .Pamphlets with copies of A.nalyses by Dr. Jack
son. Mass.. State Assayer, and Dr. Liebig, of Balti
more, and-testimonials from Scientific Agriculturists,
showing its value. Can be obtained from
J. 0. BAKER, b. CO.,
march-2-Iy. 87 Wall Street, New York,
T _ 6 A R - ME RS.
• THE WALKER HORSE. RAKE
is acknowledged to be the
2VcoteB4 Sicip/eat, Cheapest and most efficient Rake
now in U.
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 eon be had from
$6 to V. lower than any other Spring . Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further patticulars apply to the manu
facturer. D. D. ESHELMAN.
ap2o-3ml Shirleysburg. Huntingdon co.. Pa.
HE SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM
MACIIINIST—De - voted to Northern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture:. Improved Farm Machinery and
Progressive Husbandry, Published monthly. tine
copy 1 year. $l.OO. Subscriptone received by
W. G. REED,
ap6] Agent for Clark Sorgo Machine Co.
- PAIIII BELLS.—A large lot of Lebanon
1. Bells. No.l SB.lao, N 0.2 $6.00, No. 355.00. The
best Bells made. All Bells warranted one year.
apal-4t " BRAND & FLACK.
DR. Ye. N. SCHLOSSER. DR. J. H. PEDDICOED.
E TIS TR Y.—Oftice in Mr. Jon
Non's BUILDING, SecOnd Floor, immediatsdy
opposite the. Franklin 'louse. door,
bad an ex
perience of a number of Year,and for the last four
years in Chambersburg, they feel warranted in say
ing that they will be able to please any, one who
may givethem a call.
From one to a full set, on fine GoIN, Silver, Kego
plaStie or Vulcanite Amber Base, at prices more
reasonable for neat and substantial work than any
other Dentist outside of the cities. Tectlenroi Boats
skilfully extracted or plugged to last for lile. Tar
ter and other foreignsubstances removed, thus beau
tifying and preserving the teeth. Gold and Silver
Plates neatly repaired or Laken in exchange for the
Vulcanite Amber Base,' which is much cherpet,
more durable and lighter than met:dicer other plate,
and is worn with perfect ease and comfort; being
kept in its place by atmospheric pressure, The plate
will not corrode or oxidize. as will a utetalie plate.
Specimen plates to be seen at the office, where con
sultation can be had at any time. Satisfaction qnar
anteed or no charge. Best of references pin -n. 1.ap27
IgQ•EMOV AL. —DR. J. K. REID.
it) Dentist, has removed his office from the corner
of the Public Square, where he practised an many
years, to the corner of Main and Queen Streets,
above Heyser Cresster's Drug Store, Chambers
burg, Pa., where he will be Pleased to receive the
calls of his friends. jun 17,63.
DR. N. SCHLOSSER HAS REMOVED
his Dental Office to the Diamond, opposite the
Chambersburg Bank, on the Serond floor of the
Mansion House. where he can always be found, be
tween the hours of 9A. M., and 4P. M. apl3-tf
Vainting, (Malin% Vic.
BARNARD T. FELLOWS,
HOUSE AND SIGN
PAINTER; GRAINER, GLAZIER, ANI)
' PIPER HANGEItv
Shop in the Old Armory Building, (up Stairs,)
next door to the "Ohl Jail' Pezifer
Foltr's Carriage Manufactory, op•
posite Brown's Hotel, and
CORNER OF SECOND AND MARKET STREETS,
I respectfully take this method of thanking the
citizens of Chambersburg and vicinity forthe very_
liberal patronage received at their hands for the past
yLar, my first yearin this place, and flattering myself
that I have done, and am still prepared to do the
very best work in my line, I solicit a continuance of
past favor. B. T. FELLOWS.
P.S. I respectfully refer to any of my patrons—
James Eyster, Wm. McLellan, Col. A. K. McClure,
Rev. Mr. Niccolla, Presbyterian Church, Dr. Rich
ards, Dr. Fisher of the German Reformed Messen
ger, J: Allison Eyster, Win. C. Eyster, and any oth
ers for whom I have done work—for character of
work done and expedition. •
jun17,63-tf. h. B. T. F.
1864 PHILADELPHIA TA-
B 0 U R K E. 144PulcittYKNOINGS.—IIONVELL &
WALL PAPERS ANWRIPINDOIr CURTAIN
Cm Fourth and Market Sts. Philadelphia.
N. B. A fine gob& of LINEN gIfit.DES constant
ly on hand. - for?-3m.
AN15 . 431115, from the largest to the
einallest, in Plain or Fancy Colors. printed at
the office of the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
"4-44-! • nti3 Onlir . r; if „1,8,,,,qt4.
:~ : uuttntaL -
AGRICULTURAL IMP LE MENTS
We are now prepared to fill order4for
AGRICTM.TURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
.1.4 well as SMALL TOOLS far the Fa.rm_an'd Gar-
den, spelt as
Hoes,' Forks, Rakes, eti
Scythes, and Scythe-Stones,
and Airiaaltatal Hardware
We offer, alio, a large assortment of our own man-
Coffee and Grain Mills.. '
, Sugar Mills for Grocers' use.
Store Tru'eks of iarioni.patterns,
toad Scrapers. , '
- 4 of all kinds, suott as
COo's SuperphoSphate of Lime ;
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvian Guano and Pondrette
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be found a complete selection of the best kinds
Of Vegetable; Flower -
and Grass Seed 9,
and Seed Grain
raised expressly for us by tho most reliable.
AMERICAN AND FORZIGN:GROWER;S.
The unremitting pergenul . ,ettention of the beat
F,eecismen is given to their quality, abd our eastern
ers may rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
We sell it,l small or large quantities to suit puioha-
sets, and send in small lots by mail to all pails of
the United States.
We will forward Price-Lists and Descriptive Circe-
tars to all desiring them
IL. H. ALLEN do CO.; 6,,
139,191 and 193 Water Street, New York
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and two
a now ready for sale.
In convenience and lightness of draft, this is su-
perior even to the old Style of Allen Molter Co long
,and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its parts,
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Gears. aro
made of Steel or Wrought and Maleable Iron. It 15
thus the strongest and lightest machine in , the
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S
CHEAP FERTILIZERS. -
This Fertilizer is composed of night soil and the
fertilizing elements of urine, combined, chemically
and mechanically with other valuable. fertilizing
agents and absorbents.
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition, ready for
immediate use, dad without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing properties.
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils,
and its durability and active finalities, are well
known to be all that agriculturists can desire.—
CHEMICAL COMPOST .
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal mat
ter, snob as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and wool,
together with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers,
which dcootapiise the mass, and retain the nitrogen
ous elininnt-i. 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 par
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 ahighly phosphatic fertilizor,,and is partieu-'
larly adapted 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
the fruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be found an indispensable article to
secure their greatest perfection. it will prei , ent and
cure diseased conditions of the peach au& grape,,
and is excellent for grass and lawns.
The formula or method of combining its constitu;i
ant fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of eminent ohemists and scientific agricul
turists. Price, .<0 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The , Agricultrr4 Ch.mi,al Company manufacture
U Phosphate of Lame in aecurdenee with a new end
valuable formula, by which a very superior article
is produced, so as to be afforded at a less price than
other manufacturers charge. Practical tests have
p roved that its value, as a fertilizer. is equal to the
best Phosphate of Limo in the markot.,.. Pri.ie, $l5
TERMS CASlL—Cartage and Freight to be paid
by the Purchaser.,
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS.
AT - 13A NA I. WHARF", Oti Tint DELAIVARIL
OXice, 413% Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent.
The Company's Pamphlet Cirimlar. embracing
fiadirections fur using the above Fertilizers, sent
by mail fret...when requested. [march 2.3m.1
'COOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR,
manufactured by DLYIIYER: DATNi DAY.
Mansfield, Ohio.—We are - willing to guarantee that
trdm two acres of good Cane -a sufficient number of
gallons of Syrup can he 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 Evaporator in fourdayst or
where pun is wanted for a brick arch, without the
Furnace; in less time.
COOK'S SYRUPS have been sold at an average
of sixty cents a gallon, and none in market, „An
acre of good Cane will produce from 2 to 300 gallons
SORG() SEED.—We rifer 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 Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs,
Clark Sorge Machine- Compaues CAVE MILL
and above SEED for sale by ,
' . W. G REED, Agent.
Office—RErcrstroax Building, Chamb'g, p a .
.11Q.. The Sorpo land -book sent free 'to any per
son asking for it. mar 23
METZ'S PLOW MANUFACTORY.
CORNER OF WADDINGTON AND SECOND STEM%
lilman's Improved Premium Plows, and all other
Plows noW in general use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS. both wrought Iron Shari and Self-sharp
ening.- Harrows, Hoe Harrows, Cultivators, Plow
Castings, and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand, or
Made at short notice.
Farmers should bearin mind that purchas
ed of me can be repaired at less trouble or expense
than thoie that are made a great distance•from
home.. Call, see and be convinced.
He has also purchased the:right " to manufacture
and_ sell "Slemmons' Patent-Iron Double Shove
fPl l 6ws." which he keeps constantly on hand.
Illackunithing in all its various brunches, also
carried on at the above named place. •
'feb 24-3 m ABRAHAM METZ.
Er,got-Viants ant - Filts
PI, ANT S - FOR THE DECORA
TION OP THE PARLOR,`--CON,SERVA-.
TORY OR FLOWER BORDER, Embracing over
500,000 plants/including the rarest and finest varie
ties in cultivation of the following sorts:
Artonhinurn or Snap,Dragou, striped and mottled
varieties, $1 per dozen:.
Asters, finest double varieties, .$1 per dozen.
• Auricula Sweet William, new, $2 '
,spotted, varieties, to $5 per
Dahlias. large show varieties. 100 sorts, $3 perdoz.
Dahlias, booyet varietiwi, 32 sorts, $3 per dozen.
Delphunim rermosim, hardy, blue herbaceous plant
$l5O per dozen,
Gazinin. Spleudens, orange and crimson, per doz.
Fuschsias. 50 varieties,' double and single. $l5O to
• $3 per dozen. , .
G er a n iums, Sommer flowering, all slimies, $3 Per
'Pelargonium. 50 finest riewsort4, $3 to $6 per dazed,.
Heliotrope, 12 varteties, $2 per dozen.
Hollyhocks. 24 finest aorts, $4 50 per dozen.
Honeysuckles, 6 varieties, $.3 per dozen.
Lan terms. 16 sorts, $3 per dozen
Lemon Verbena, 25 to each, $2 per dozen.
Pansies, 100 sorts, $1 per dozen.
Pansies, finest English sorts, 25 varieties, $3 per doz.
- Petunias, 25 varieties, double and single, $4 50 per
Petunias, 100 Sorts. front seed. $1 50 per dozen.
Phlox, hardy, 50 varieties, , I'2 per dozen.
Chryii.anthemums, 100'sorts', $2 per dozen.
Pinks, Florists, 24 sorts $2 per dozen. -
Pinks, Monthly Carnations. 40 sorts. $3 - per dozen..
Roses, 100 sorts, fine ,Plants, from to $9 per doz.
Salrias. blue and scarlet, $1 50 per doz. '
Tropceolum. 0 varieties,
splended, $.l per dozen.
Verbenas, 50 finest sorts, named, $1 50 per dozen:
" 50 finest sorts, without namas.slso p. doz.
30 new sorts, .14 to $7 50 pendoz. •
All our plants are grown in extra small pots, for
the Special purpose ofdistant transportation. Hav
ing in this manner grown our plants for nearly six
teen years. and have sent them to all parts of the
country with unvarying satisfaction to our custom
ers.. Large experience in packing has enabled este
ensure the safe arrival of plants to ,noy distance,
where the time does not exceed 10 daYs, in as adod
condition as if bought at home. Wemal:e no charge
for Baskets, Poxes or Packing, on hills of $5 and
Orders from Unknown correspondents must inveri
hie be accompanied by a remittance or responsible
reference: else no. attention San be paid to the or
der. Perhaps the most satisfactory mode of-pay
ment to strangers is in paying the express egent on
receipt of the gdod..4. De,sorintive Catalogue On:ap
plication. . PETER HENDERSON,
feb 24-3 m ' " Jersey City:N..l
NURSERY STOCK OF EVERY 'VARIETY
itAt WOOD NURSERY hnd' ROSE GARDEN,'
- WILK/NS P. 0.,. ALLEGHENY CO., PA:
Over FIFTY ACRES under-cultivation of th.f
bhoiceit varieties of-everything to be found in A
r /EST A SS NURSERY
FRUIT AND' ORNAMENTAL TRIPES:
Shrubs and plants, all in fine condition and care/211Y
labeled. The ROSE is the speciality 'in the floral
department; many of its rarest varieties being im- •
ported direct from France.
Owing to Gen. Negley's atienee in tie 'army, we
are selling out the concern. and we invite order'
large or small. as well from the trade as from private
customers. We still retain the tOrmer foreman. Mr . .'
Kenny, who has 1 - ‘ :en employed in the establish
ment for the lost zen years, so asln secure perfect ac
curacy, and careful package in filling order... J.
SEELY & MELLON. • •
mar2i3'na • Wilkins P. 0., Allegheny Co Pa. ,.
• is much more easy and successful in thP l
COMMON DRY SOIL OF PRIVATE OARDENS,
than in The usual clumsy way in bogg and meadows'
The yield this season,' in my method
of culture, was over
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELSTER„ACIRE
13xplicit_directions for cultivation, ivith prier:of
will be send - by mail. Plants prepaid by. mail
- 1? yPE R' 8 !FRANKLIN COUNTY
J_UMIRSERIES.--TIIIIIT ANS °RI:AUWC A LTR.P.RS ,
li ItArk Vm*s, STICiITSSIttit PLANTS, ,
largest stock to selec from in the county. Every
thing insho;FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that
is at all desirable, can be supplied from the coin
monest standard Fruit Tree: to the rarest and most
choice native or foreign species or variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees aro nnusual
ly One, stout heavy trunks, furnished with fine
, branching heads, from three to five feet freni the
ground, as may be desired. ‘ Our aim is to grow the
best of everything pruning, , and cultic—din:4. upon
scientific pti n clpjee, consequ en tly,,onr_proguctions
are not offered in"competition with Tries grown
upon the old let-alone system. Au invitation is ex'',
tended to all who are interested in fruit culture, to
come and see for themselves.
A large stock of Greenhouse and Bedding Plaids,
Roses, &c.. in mots. will be ready in. April and May.
Enclose a till ce cent stamp for' descriptive Cata
login of Fruit and Ornamental trees, &e.
Address, B. L. RFDER
'est Franklin Nure'ri , n.
mar l6 , tf Near Loudon, Franklin Co.. pa.
Tr EY srr oN E IN UJI§ERY. —l' Ini sub -
i lA_ smber is preparrd to furnish most Articles iti
vally to be found iu: Nurseries, of good'quality an,
at rea,onable rates.
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of '
• FRUIT TREES.
. Appiv a, Cherries. Peaches, '
Dwarf and 'Standard Peani, ,
t i privets. Pltime,,
. . .
Raspberries, Currants, • ,
' Gooseberries. Blackberries, ste. -
Aleo, can be furniShed a good assortment of
EV ERGRBEN TREES,
Evergreen andother shrubbery. Shade Trees, Si
Great Facilities are posessed fur shipping article
to all ports of the country. its the Nursery imin ed . ;
a t e ly adjoins the flity of liarrisbur.
mar Pi-tf .TACGit ./I.XISIE, Harrisburg, Pa.
THE oPowro_ GRAPE.—Thin (rapt
is not reeotinnended partidularly tts a dosser
fruit, but makes an excellent. dark colored, rich
well bodied Wine so closely' resembling, genuin ,
old-timed PORT WINE, that none butc:cperieneet
judges can distinguish between the two: Althoitgl
it is manufactured extensively in Western e v
York, the supply is unequal to the deuuuol, at iron
$1 50 to 54 per gallon.
Vines for solo by the subscriber, who ha.-1 been ap.
pointed Agent for it at the followmg prices:
One to three years old, t3u to 3) Os till 50 ti
$5 per dozen, .$l5 to $3O per 100. JACOB 11IIS1I.•
mar ld-tf I Keystone Nursery, IlarrisiAr. Pa
DEAR TREES.—StaxidaM and Dwa
Pear Trees of the leading atid, most valuabb
varieties. Among them can he furnished sotre
" EXTRA SELECTED" Trees, the Dwarf havint
fruit buds and-ready for immediate bearing..
• Price for good trees. 50 to 60 cts each—Extra se
lected 75 cts to $ 1 each. Rates lower by dozen.
J. MISH, Keystone - Nursery.
CHEFIP CHAIR AND ,CABINET
WARE ROOMS.—The subscriber informs the
public that he continues the manufacture of tho'va
nous 'articles of FURNITURE in his line at his
Shop. onlibin Street, - three' doors South of l lluber
A Tolbert's Hardware Store. He hasSl'waYs on hand
or is prepared to manufacture on _um shortest 'no
- SprinFSeats, Cane Bottom, and Windsor Chairs.
Sass.-Plain and Fancy Tables, Bureaus, Dressing
Coininon Wardrobes Wash Stands, Book Cases,
and Bedsteads. VENIIIAN BLINDS •got up in
.the best style. I • . •
Particulafattention - paid to HOUSE PAINT - D7G
AND PAPER HANGING, and entire satisfaction
In every instance ginranteed.
- IfiII:TRQPEAN , LINDEN--The Red-twig.REPAIRING of all kinds, in his•line of buiiness.
12./ ged variety, riot subject to injury by
thio vrer . }. prom attended to, at moderate prices.-
For sale At Keystone Nurset7, Harrisbur. Pa. UNDERTAKlNG.—lfavingpurolaasedthe Hearse
Trees 10 to 12 lest high ;75 cents each : 'B 7 "per doz. 10 . Mr. Wm. Flory, deed, he is able to nttend•Turte
marV - ' JACOB MISR. ! rain and manufacture Coffins, at the shortest notice,
of Cloth -Wrdnut - or Cherry. A - Layer-out will be
EXCELSIOR ASH, a handsome, orna- ,in attendance. •
mental Shade Tree, of sure arid rapid growth. n°4'63-/Y• JOSIAH E.- SCHOFIFT 1),
Trees from 8 to 12 feet high. 40@60 cents each;
s'3so@6 per d0z4.520;(1140 per 100. JACOB AILSH,, • I
mar23.l • Keystone Nursery, llarrisbb,ro.
CHERRY TREES.—A fine assortment
of about Forty best varieties, trees_oflargesise
Price, 30 cts 50 cts, 75 ets each; $3, $5.57 Per
$lB, $25, s3stier 100. J. MiSH,
mar 1641 Keystone Nurser.sy, Harrisb'g:.Pa.
jIAPLEMEN TS —Dealers and'
JL nfactdreri of Agripulttml and other Implements ,
can reach a large ohms of valuable customers by AD..
varnsma in Ihe • FRANKLIN REPOSITORY. .
0 T I
sr:l.Litio.orp AT LESS TELIN COST
THE - CRANBERRY
MARKET GARDENS, OR• IN
AM) ALL OTHER twripl. ARO ORNIMENTAL
TREL;.Z. PLANTS AND SHRUBS-,
,B. M. WATSON:,
Old Colony Nursurie.l,
_, ..-._ .....T.-.._. ~
'4ll - R
or ALL KINDS,
FRUITAN'D ORNAMENTAL; .
ilkslliirps, - 4ißiiat. 1 iprchaio r,i1,510n1.
- ; - , •:: -. ifflnii. :far now . ' -,-,. :-
PRICE, LIST r, o p.• 1843 4,`
° =Porta rtireclteasSa- Et sTnlsos.„ ;
tannage ingd 4,0 Bo`NeNi
„ , • _ Old, Colony . l ‘ lcirsorie
p tANTg, A'N - lit ,F..y.Ds
..:., .. Ordeal & pp . ; Mill; - •J , : • , •••
vit.' (i 4 i - A 1 - 1r .. A.) - t . I ; 1' Y. •-
• ,- . PA - S.9lg*T 140 7. ItE4pX. .
~ : .-• , , i -.. , •-' •, , • ,_ 4 1 :4.. ;IV 4T-4 01 .
' I. ' ' : • '-' •- ' , •:•:' . 7- - • PY l 4 l V• itl O l - , •
TO',,AG , ENTS-iIIi : D ; DEALE 8.
~ T'.4,..E.'.§:Ai ii 5 . ,.k. k.:ti t : : .
- : . --' '.-. ~ -, ~,, -Asp. ..,aai P? • , ,
`r.' ' . ' -. tCr ;'C _T , T,VB 8.••• , 7
Wholesale Catalogue for 1664
• - - _ • tit wow aitaby. - '
! Ceasiage - of.PackagetC.palk . to , •
' 1108Talf.Ni1WPOILT AND'iNEWTORK, •
, - : - B: Ist. WATSON':'
• ' ,' , Clatolotittei . fie,
march 24n1 - ' , ' PlYinuuthr Mass. '
R A L I 'l4 N. U 11:S ERY 1.
I. Cluiruttersburg'Pra I would, offer to the public
I well selected assortment of Fruit` Trees, Apple,
Peach, Pearrind Plum, of. all leading- varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, such. as Maples, Linden,
'Ash, Horse Chestnut," - Evergreens, Nor Way Spruce,
American ailsam Fin, Arbor Vitals in variety.—
hardy . Shrubs, such as Spireas' in large variety,
Wergelirds and Deutaias. many Of, these are,well cal
culated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles, Forsythias
Also, Graes, Catawba, Isabella, Concord, Diana,
Delaware, Rebecca; &a.
Currants, the leading kinds ; Raspberries, Stmw
FloWers—Aoses. Verbenas, Heliotrope, Gerani
nms, Fuselisias, Petunias.
All of which mill be sold at reasonable prices for
'Gill. The usual Kitchen Garden Plants, by the
Abzeti, hundreds or thousands. L • '•
Send fora circular, as all applicants are supplied
free. [fob 24-4mJ JACOB HEYSBR, Agent.
VORWA): MAPLE TREES:'from 8 to
11 12 feet high and viiiirous. bandiome Tree,
inneli resembling the ,Surrar Maple, but of more
certain and rapid growth.
Price 41:160 cents each; $3 50036 .eer dozen; $2O
1240 per ifv. , • . JACOB MISH,
Keystone Nursery; Harrisburg.
HORS'E CHESTNUT - TREES.—Ordi
, Li nary sizes for planting, 50 cents etch: Smaller
iise--froin4 to 7 feet-25 cents each : $250 per doz;
4418 per 100. • JACOB AfISH,
mar 23) Keystono Nursery, lisrribburg.
Enbarto anb *mars.
CENTS. PER POUND , T
TOBALTO.—The' Government is about to
out a' tas. of 40 cts. per pound on Tobacco.
Yon tan save 50 per cent. by •
You can save 50 per cent. by -
Buying your Tobacco at-J. D. JACOBS'.
I, '‘- Buying yew-Tobacco at J. D: JACOBS'.
I,- Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Prime Navy Tobacco at 75 to 80'ilts:
• ` Prime Cavendish Tobaccont. 80 tts: to $l. -
Primp Flounder -Tobacco at 75 to 90 cts.
' Prime Congress Tobacco at Wto 80 eta. •
Prime Twist Tobacco at 75 t 0.90 eta.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweet' Cavendish.
J'ACOBS - sellS Old 'Virginia-plain- Cavendish.
i . JACOBS sell Old Virginia. Twist.
I . JACOBS Satoking Tobacco.
JACOBS' MichiganTuie Cut Chen! hag - Tobacco':
Cannot-be Equaled. -
' t I Cannot be Equaled;! JACOBS' SegarS are superior to - all. -.
JACOBS' Sears are superior to all.
Hesells his ovrn manufacturing.
Pinto Pipes, Meerschaum Pipes, Brier Pines,
Mk Pipes, Mahogany' Pipes, -Apple Pines.
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes,tand
other pipes. Pipe in and get your Pima. Sonars and
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS', Main Street, Chambers
burg. „_ - - An'27-Iy.
- MEW TOBACCO AND SEGAR
STOUR—To THE CITIZEICS OF CIUMBERSEaIIG
AHD VICINITY: The undersigned Lawn; been com
pelled to leave Virginia on account of his Union
sentiments, has Come arrieng you to establish a sus-_
in ass, 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 TO
BACCO AND SEGARS, which he- ill sell as cheap
Cs can be bad any where in town. Don't forget the
place, sign of the "little Virginia nigger," opposite
the Franklin Hotel, next door to Shryock's Book
Store, South-east-cOrner of the Diamond. •
uni7,63. • M. H. BUSH—
THE ARMY' OF THE POTOMAC
DO 1r brier all their Tobacco. Segars, Pipes, &e.
font J. D. JACOBS. They know Jacobs sells the
hest exidthespest. jan27-Iy.
. i i in U nmr S i6 T 4yig ß :an E x C hl T eu E t D at — e7 A irg fr ot h wj e o u At pp o lj- Bs,. bf l
rfIOB,ACCO SEGAR,§ —A large
asSortinent of Chewing and Smoking Tobacoo
.cud Segall, just received and for sale at •
- BOY D'S Grocery Store;
LARGF. , ,ASSORTMEAT OF TO
BACCO and SOARS, at ivholatile or retail
it— ' „ SHAFER & STUART'S.
'Ai IiCONT&OMERY will at
tend promptly to all millet in his line. Office
>II Main Stieet, next door to the' Eagle Hotel, and
'madly opposite.,the residence , of tlio Mtn. George
lhambers. • —• jun 17,63.
DR. J. C. RICHARDS will attend
presset neat, , calls in his line. Oc on
Alain Street,ldoor Snongler's Drag Store
Ovyroa HotraB. ,, -Tiroixt - 7 to 9 s. 314 12 to 2 and 6
EA R. SAIstUEL.G. LANE has resumed
I." the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in Chian
')ersburg. Moo on Qneen street, a few doors East
Wallsoe's Store. • ap1341
'NIVERSAL CLOTHES .WRINGER.
II.L) BRAND & FLACK, Agentaat.Chsmbersburg.
An article every'familyfihourd have'. Got the best,
the Universal Wringer. Come get: one on trial.
Warranted to do the work. - ap2O-4t
JOB PRINTING- in every ogle dote at
the Office of the FRASELtir BITOBITORY.
N S T IT uy TON LIFE . , 57g41,4",
*Duro= OF. - •
!JODIDE POTASSIVIL '
With iholCoriipoundetine6trazed of
Att' MILE Niti4CfNAL '""
111,E?ARP BY ,WM. EUGREGG,
Graditihe doll orPhislciajas ge 6 mt•
Y. 'formerly' Aug, Physiciati'Ma
late Medital Inspector :N. Yotk - C . . t 1
Stata.Volunteer Depom,under 619Ver-;
- • nor FAniu D. Morgan.
114)3,1 , 80pUCkD
.4 A REVOLUTIAN,IYABingIiItJ
What maY seem almtist inbrectible in; that mon"
disinies 'hitherto, 'considered bosoltisslY .ineurab/O
are, frequently cured in a few, days or.vreekand wp
cheerfully invite Me nivestigations of the "lit
minded and scientific to cures which heife no n • ai?l,/-
ler et the present . day. : . ~ , ; .. - - :=
- (lurmedichie is peculitti c by it the seat oianydis
,ease is. directly F _ reached.. and the egnilibriuM. ter
These who bait sacred long froMpiiinfal atid , obt•
" , Stinatediteases.. J , - ; . ,-.;' ~' ,"! • 1
Those who -.have. vainly setight:yelig rtoniadier
_ L ,, i . tisedmedionies, •
These whe,cannot be cured by otherlahytriciani-- 7
_ . 247.1 inoiledlonse gokltitediori ' Life &kap.' ' '
; 'ng Lite n'ast fire yearsWe have contended With
'Ohs ' les iradev'ercome opti. , sition as' herculean as
IT ever encountered bytusyltelortners.„ , ~; , ,
• RAPIDITY' OF CUBE. .= •
Some say '".yourAntreti are too quick " while oth
ers and, think that distal,-
uscan only be cured by the slow. recniSertitiiretro
gess of Nature."' Thesis Out reel - Y. l e' ' •• •
In health. the lxrd,, like:a, well-haanieeseale, it
in a state ofequilibrium. , But when from any cause
dorm goes one side of the scale, we have the effects
ot il lisease. What is required is; to restore' the nor
m balance of the scale. • .• • -
CONSTITUTION tIFE ,, SYRUP.
positive and tamed); for all diseases ari
sing from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLQOD.
and for all , (hereditary) DISEASES transmitted
,from PARENT TO 011 M).,
• PARALYSIS. .-
lleiniplegia pareis. Paraplegia. PaiatssisAgliens.
is, so Universally arloritteri that' 'Coristitrition
Life'Splip is the only . effective means of restoration
in the vartons forms - of Paralysis .that se need not
reiterate that it hi emphatically, the Great:Life-131v- `.
ing Power. •
DPBPEPSI - A. " • '
Indbrestion::- ' Liver Complaint. Want of Ap-'hito '
Weight atStomach Biliousness. Constipatum.
Flatulence.. „ Bad Breath.
Strome, : Glandular; Svr " Salt Rheum
Evil.' Erysipelas. • Ulceration.
Thiltaint,lieriditary rind ocauirefLfilliOlite with
untold 'misery, is by all usual medical remedieslu
civable., • . . ,
Arthritis. , Neuralgia. ' Tit Doloureaux.
Linehan. ' Sciatica. ()Out.
If there is any 'disease in which the Constitution
Life Syrup is a :sovereilo, it is in Rbeumatism , antl
its kindred. affeetions. The most intense pains are
almost instantly alleviated—enormous swell ingnate
reduced. Cases, chronic or vicarious. of 20 or BO
years' standing; have been cured:by us.
' '‘• NERVOUSNESS. ,t
' • •••:
Nervous Debility - . Shattered Nerves. St.Vitns'D'nee
Loss of Power. ,Confusion of 'flionglits. Epilepsy.;
Thousands whtlhave suffered for years will blete
• the day on .which they can readlifesc lines. Pirtic-
Edney to weak. suffering woman 'will thismedioine
prove an inestimable blessing—directing their tot
stops to a hope which fulfils more than it prpmises-,
MERCURIAL DISEASES. z
Salivation. Rotting of bones.;
Bad Complexion. , Aches in Bones.
Feeling of,Weatiness, Dcpreision of 'SO': its.l
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purges - thitsys-:
tem entirely from all the evil effects O.IIIERCURY.
yeinoVing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak:
Joints and Rheumatic Pains ishieb the use of Cal.:
omel is sure fo produce. It. hardens Spongy,Gumsi
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever: 1 - 4, •
CPNSTII`IfTION •LIO . E F 'STRUP,
Eraiiicalesiroot and branch, all -EitiptiVe Disarms
'of the skin, like
' 'ULCERS, PIMPLES,' BLOTCBESi
And all other diffieultias of this, kind, _which so'
much disfigure the outward appearance of ;both
males and females, often making them a disgusting
*Meet to themselvesand their friends. .
CONST . J.TUTION' LIFE' SYRUP
CURES ALL SWELLING Of THE GLAND N ,
Either 6f the Face, Neck, or Female Breast; and;
should be taken as soon as the swelling la detected,
thus preventing their breaking. and prodneitattrou
bleaune Discharging Sores, which disfigure many
of the younger'portion of the community; from six
to twenty_years of age. YOUrlft children are very
Eeibleet to Discharges from the hare. which depends
upon a Scrofulous constitution... These eased soon
recover by taking a few doses of, he SYrup
lAll scrofulous persons suffering -froth Generad.De
bEfty, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the
Limbs., abdomen, and in the Female, Dr •psyof the
ovaries and wqni_ ,b generally accom_panied with Inr
flammation . and Ulceration of the Uterint, are per-
Manently eared - by Constitution -Life Syrupi The
'disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will reinave,entirely. The remedy should be
taken for sometime, as the disease' is' exeeoing3l
chronio and stubborn, and will not be remeved-with
out extra effort:'
'Tumors of the Ovaries, Tumors of the,Breast and
swelling of other glands of the body will be, com
pletely reduced without resorting 'to the' knife or
operations of any kind.
' Epileptic Fibs, Sytnpatbetic Or Gras:nit Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitation . Diseases 'of the Valves,
producing a grating or flying sound Dropsy. of the
Heart Case, and all the affections of this important
organ, (persons Suffering from any acute pans in the
region of the" heart,) will be greatly relieved b.,'
Coast, tuti.in'Life Syrup.
BROKEN-DOWN AND DELICATE CONSTITETIONS
differing from. Indisposition to Exertion, Pain in
'the Back, loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horror of
Calamity, Fear of Disease,. Dimness of Vision, Dry,
Hot skin and Extremities. Want Of Sleetirßestless
mess Pale, Haggard Countentkrice, and itude of
the Aluscular Srstem, all require the aid o Consti
tiition Life Syrup.
FOR ALL FORMS OF
either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue,- Spine. Fore
bead or Scalp no remedy has ever proved its equal.
• .MOT.II. PATUHES upon the female faoe,.depen
ding upon a diseased action of the Liver,. ate very,
unpleasant to the ybuns*ife and mothers A tea
bottles•of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the
secretion and remove, the depositovilich indirectly
under the skin.
In DisesSes of the Liver, giving riser tofiinguor,
Dizziness, Indigestion; Weak Stomach, oran ulcer
ated or;danceroas condition•of that organ, .accom
'Palsied pith burning awl other lxn,Pleasent symp
toms, will be relieved by the - use of Cohititution
-Life Syrup.' . •
AS A GENERAL BLOOD-PURIFYING AGENT
• ,T.GF,'LIyE STRUT STAi.ND§.UNRIyALLED•
BY ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD,
Diseases of the Spine, as usually develoieti in the
4 j3 4 . I t! i P d VAag.wl'hl Neuralgia
are g al a & ;l a fromd all Ne
ror which they are at a: los , ' try know what to det„
We would advise the use of Constitution Life-Syrup.
restore their pallid countenance,. strengthen
their weak back and side, give:them new 'energy,
new life and happiness.
TEE RIOR END
are liable th the same diseases; 'Ffetnre , and Sci
ence have'made the Cnnstitationlife Syrup for the
benefit of all. .
Produces Wily men and .women. and ifthe Con
stitution Is neglected - in yciuth,,'dise,ai4 and early
death is the result': Do not 'delay when the meaas
are so near at hand, and within the reach of all.
TO MOTHERS AND, LAHIES.
It is the safest and durst.efllcient inedicine ever die.-
novered for purifying the system. and relieting the
'suffering attendant upon - childbirth; Itstrengtb
ens both the mother and the ehiiit. prevents pain
and disease. and increases and enriches the food.—
iThose who have used it think it indispensable. It
is highly useful both before and after confinement,
l as it prevents disease attendant 'upon Childbirth:
coNsTitlytiOlit LOT SYritfP
LS THE I'OOS. MAN'S FRIEND "AND THE
, RICH MAN'S BLESSING. ,
BUY IT, TAKE OrlitEn.
IT IS ,PIykIESAIi, nsr- !
• W.M. IlikEEKktriD.,
Sole - Proprietor. New York.
TRI TI E $1 PELBOTTL,H; - 4./IbTTL, ES FOR $6.
4a-Seat by FaPres:k.tii yioi'of.„the-countrr.
• . •410AGA1 4 1.4; ALT EN,
' ' • Wholesale giT t lhAgira ii.
".Sold by .litiiiii4sblllollowaYlitedivaiiilizhibithil
nbiskYa:, iusaANDraggigig. .-
7 F r *ale by A. J .}.lll.llXll l slani!,4rars.
)I,6n*-eow .. . • , :- - ... ~ - 4 `..re