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]'SHE ' FRANKLIN CLOTHING ~ EU.A.
.A. PORIUM. ~
• NEWEST STYLES,
LAB.GEST STOCK—CHEAPEST PB,ICES.
The undersigacd'eatt assure the public, and defies
tradietien. that his recentpurchnses in
th slerf aste ni t t Sti e s enables him to offer one of the
Eargest and melt attractive stocks of -
rt ,..., 1 _ , sy nr i go old .S'ittnat er &axon of 18G4, to be
f •V t ' ll sri n ,i7 w s imilar establishment. in this - section.
COATS, etY of
made in the very bt styles, and at the lowesturices.
GENTLEMEN'S URNISIIING GOODS, '
such as Shirts. Drawers, Collars, Cravats, Neckties,
-Handkerchiefs. &n, Special attention tis called to
CUSTOMER'S ORDERS. 't
linvite an examination of my stock Of Fine Cloths,
Korseymeres. Kegtings, /cc., which I manufacture
_ ThSg to say that my Goods are manufactured un
der my own supervision, and by the very best vrork
men. My present stock is the most extensive I have
, yet had in store, and I respectfully ask my friends
and the m oo to give me a call before purchasing
sewhere. Remember the old stand.
J. T. ROSKINSON,
Corner of the Diamond and West Market S. ,
07. Chtunbersburg, 'Da?,
FELLIOTT, CLOTHIER!, South
. west corner of the Diamond, next door to the
lek, •Chambersburg, has just returned from the
w ith a . large stock ( , )1' superior and seasonable
;d s . stic h as CLOTHrs., CASSDIERES, SATIN
ETU, JEANS. CORDS. &c.,for Coats; and VEL
VETS, SATINS, MARSEILLES and other Vest-
Rs...rr• • Also, a very fine selection of BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, which he is prepared to sell at the very
lowest market prices.
CUSTOMER WORK.—As he employs a first-rote
-cutter, he is prepared to make up all kinds of Gar
meets. ,for Men andlloys, to order, in the best styles.
-Satisfaction will be guaranteed.
- A large assortment of GENTLEarh • N's FeRNISITING
-- Goons, such as Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,!&c. &e.
always'on hand. Give him a call and save money.
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FUR
le'. NISH - LNG STORE and - SHIRT MANUFAC
TORY, No. 814 Chestnut St., 4 doom below the Con
tinental, Philadelphia. Particular attention given
to, ordered Shirts. A perfeet fit guaranteed. Per
sons at a distance can order by the following Shirt
Size around the Neck.
. Chest under the Arms.
1.4 " Wrist.
Length of Arms (bent) from centre of back to mid
dle of hand; -
Length of Bosom at Side.-,
, c. W A .L , ,/1 . 0 R N• & CO.'S,
• ivuoLtshLE Asp RETAIL
READY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
Noe. 5 and 7 North Sixth, Street, Philadelphia.
ilk, /florin° and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers:
awes, Searfs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c. Shirts,.
Nika.ngers and Dress Stocks made to order by meas
tvettfent, and warranted to give satisfaction.
Dfders.may ho left with S. S. SERYOCK;Chatn
borsburg. seM. '
WnS T ON & VRO ‘ THER,
No: 900 Arch Scree', Philadelphia. Pa.
Having received a liberal share of patronage from
Chambersburg 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 sntheient guarantee that we value our
reputation., [n011.63-Iy.] WESTON BROTHER.
A MERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Coiner 4th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. Authorized Capital, $500,000. Paid-Up Cap
ital, $250,000. '
Philadelphia, Febe 4 1864.
The Trustees have this day, declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received
upon MIITITAL POLICIES during the year ending
December 21st, 1863, and in forte a 4. that date, the
above amount to be credited,.o '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.
Secretary and T, eaxarer—Jolua S. Wilson.
A'etaarn—John C. Sims. -
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilidin,
J. Edgar Thomson. t 3 eorge Nugent; Hon. Jam es Pol
lock, Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
Work, William J. Howard; Hon. Joseph Allison,
Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F.: Ileaz
litt, Isuac llazlehurst.
Wie. G. REED, Chambcrsburg. 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. OFFICE, in the Rtpogitery
Das. J. C. RICHARDS and W.. 11. 80n..g, Medical
REFERENCES—Ron. A.K. McClure, Rev. S.
Niecells, 3. S. Nixon.Tharabersburg. and Wm. M
Marshal Cashier Hagerstown Bank.
_ Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please call on, or by addressing_ the under
ssighed they will be waited on in any part of the
County or State. W. G. REED, Agent.
ta—Odice in , the REPOgIPORY Building, Cham
bersbnrg. Pa. • mar 23.
Q 2 9 CIRNAIINPERPETUAL:
Plitt INSURANCE COMPANY
On .Innunzy 1964.:..
Accgu ED SOlrLus .....
UNSETTOID'CLAPAS, INCOWR , POR 1864
1•04313 PAW SINCE 1829 $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES
ON LIBERAL TERMS
Chad N. Banker, • Isaac Lea,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, • Geo. Fales,
Jacob IL Smith, Alfred Fitler, ,
George W. Richards. Fres. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. BANCKEIL President.
EDWALD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAS. W. WAI.LISTER, Sec'y pm. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the
Company in Chatuborsburg,.who will furnish all in
formation necessary to applicants. mar23-tf
TNSI.3.R..k.NCE COMPANY OF NORTH
J. AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Per
petual; CAPITAL $300,000. Office 232 Walnut
-street, Philda. The promptpaYment of Clitinis for
Losses during the period of nearly 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 addres.gthe un
dersigned. W. G. REED. 'Agent,
REPOSITORY Buildings. Chambersburg, Pa.
REFERENCES—J. D. Grier, 3. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin. . mar 23,
a TTR AGENT.-41r. Join... GROVE, of
w Chambersburg, is the General Agent of the
FratiklinCounty Mutual Insurance Company. lunil
'MEW 'MARBLE YARD.—The under
tigned respectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin County that ho has opened anew Mar
ble Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr.
Hamilton, directly opposite J.S. Nixon's 'Drug Store,
Main Street. Chambersburg, where ho will keep on
band or make to order all artilfs in hisline of bus
iness, such as MONUMENTS,TOMBS and HEAD
STONES; MANTELS, TABL and STAND TOPS.
Sm., 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. He is
confident in his ability to satisfy all who may be
pleased to patronize him, either as regards his pri
ces, or the quality, beauty, and chastenesq of his
work. TinK63,l JOHN A. GROVE.
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY
—Miss MARY BA RNITZ would inform her friends
and the public generally, that she has just received
from the Eastern Cities a new and carefully selected
assortment of MILLINERY GOODS. LADIES'
DRESS TRIMMINGS, &d r
BONNETS and BATS made and trimmed' in
the latest. and most fiLshionab lc style. at short liotice.
Rooms opposite Montgomery's Hotel. t may 4
BOOK BINDERY.—S. R. FISH
. ER & CO'S Book Bindery is on the Third
Story of the "MESSENGER" OFFICE BUILD
IN', on the Diamond, above Slaryock's Book Store.
Entrance between the Book Store and the Inland
Telegraph office. Old Books, 'Periodicals, Music,
Newspapers, &0.. bound in any style. Blank Books
=Moto order. Paper_ruled to.any pattern. j a 6,6 4
M'ASON & 11A3r*-IN'S
CABINET ORGANS - •
MELODEONS were iota.° &aced som e twenty years
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS
about nine years ago. The CABINET ORGAN was
brought to its presentstate of perfection only in the
summer of 1862.
THE - AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has great advantages over any other invention of the
kind, is capable of much finer effects than - can be
- any other, and ie more easily wed by
the performer, and excels especially in-capacity for
4la- Please notice advance in prices.
No. 15. Fpnr Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut
or Oak case ' 95
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Cam:. 120
No, 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 115
No, 18, The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 145
No, 19. Four Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut
or Oak Case ,
N 0.20. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case,-
No. 2L 2L Five Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut
or Oak Case' 150
No. 22. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 190
No. 23. The Same, in Solid Carved Moulded
-No, 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut
- or Oak Case 550
cases of extra finish made to order,
N or Oak 0.12.
Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 475
No. 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case 23o
_ _ _
_ .. ._ ..
MELODEONS. _ , -..
No. 4. Six Octave, Piano Style, Roscv t rood case 170
No' 5.-Five Octave, " 1:35
No. 6. " Portable " 100
No. 7." .
'• Walnut case.— 85
No,B. Four-and-a-half Octave. Portable, Rose- '
wood Case 85
No. 9. Four Octave, Portable, RosewOod case... 75
4 D,eseriptiv i e' pamphlets furnished by the 'sub
As Agents for- Messrs. Mason k liamlin we are
enabled to sell at their New York prices, and elta-rs2
nothing for freight.
We have sold a number of their instruments, anti
can give numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SIfItYOCK, Ageitt.
MASON & HAMLIN'S
CABINET ORGANS. •
WITH ONE OR TWO SETS 'OF REEDS,.
AUTOMATIC DOUBLE BELLOWS,
&NEP; STOP AND CONIBINATION VALVE.
4M - Everyinstrument warranted for Five Yeara.k.7.4
PRICES FRO/I $70.T0 SW.
The Cabinet Organ_ is the only instrument which
combines the requisites for Church and Parlor Mu
sic; 'for the school room and the social festii'al gath
ering. For while it possesses sufficient power for
the acemenuniment of a large chorus, it is, from its
capability of all shades of expression, and its won
derful crescendo and diminuendo, most effective as
a solo instrument. It is capable of orchestrA ef
fects, and rapid music, as trills, arpeggios, Sze. From
its sustained tones, it has a decided advantage over
the Piano Forte, for the rendering of amity , kf the
cheicestmorceaux of the masters, such as synipho'-
nies, quartettes. etc.
It. A. McCLURE, Chambersburg, Pa.,
General Agent for Pennsylvania.
\.B.—The undersigned will sell, and deliver in
Good condition, Cabinet Organs anywhere' in this
State, at factory prices. All inquiries by letter
promptly ansa-ered. Li:m . 17,634Q R. A. Me.
p R I Isl-C E & C 0' S
MELODEONS AND HARMONIUMS !
Introducing the effeet,af Pedal Bus on every In
E. GABLER'S unsurpassed PIANOS for ca , h at
a. liberal deduction, or on Monthly. Inst•ahnents.
"Over 30,000 sold in Philadelphia.
JAMES BELLAK, Sole Agent.
279 & 281 South Fifth Street, above Spruce,
sel.o-IY. Phi) add nhirt:
MA - SO N & HAMLIN'S
Description pamphlets furnished gratis at the Book
Store of S.:. SHRYOUK.
AGENT for Mns_en & Ham Ha's Musical Imitru
Prices the same 4 in New York and Boston. ieR4
" ° N'M
Deieription pamphlets furnished gratis at the Rook
Store of S; S. SHRYOOK,
AGENT for Mason & Hamlin's Musical Instru
Prices the s4tne as in New York and 13osten. /r 44
freight. - [mar
P lANOS,-R. A. M'CLURE.
Sole Agent for the celebrated
DECKER BROTHERS (NEW YORK) PIANO.
Pianos delivered. and put up in good conditicm, in
any part of the State, at
FACTORY RETAIL PRICES.
All Instruments warranted for five years.
Pianos from otherEaotories will he furnished if
desired. R. A. MeCLITRI.:
•17.f3 Chambersburg. Pa.
KLE MIU & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE DEALER _
IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
GERMAN, FRENCH AND ITALIAN STRINGS
No. 703 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Orders carefully attended to by S. S. SHRYOCR,
Chambersburg. • 5e2.3-Iy.
VOCAL MUSIC.—R. A. McCLURE
will teach classes andN t ivate pupils thi?art of
Singing. Musical Notation, armony, and Musical
----. $2,457,849 95
A .A MMO:NIA TED
PA,CIFIC GUANO. -
A real guano. containing from seventy , to eighty
per cent of PHOSPHATE O,F. LIME, to
which has been added, by a chemical process, alarge
Per mange of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
trot evaporate, making it equal, .if not superior to
any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with copies of Analyses hy 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, & CO.,
march 2-Iy. Si Wall Street, New York,
T 0 FARMERS.
THE WALKER HORSE RAKE
-is acknowledged to.be the
Neatest, Simplest, OlteaPest and most efficient Rake
nom in use.
Any boy of ten years can worklt with ease; will
not get out of order, and gives universal satisfaction.
Warranted in every particular, and can be had from
A:6 to $.3 lower. than any other Spring Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further particulars apply to the manu
facturer. D. D. ESHELM kN,
ap2o-3M] ShirleYsburg. Huntingdon co.. Pa.
IHE SORGO, JOURNAL AND FARM
MACHINIST—Devoted to Northern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture. Improved Farm Machinery and
Progressive , lluzbandry. published monthly, One
copy 1 - year, $l.OO. Subscriptions received by
W. (4. ,REED,
apfq Agent for Clark Soso Machine Co.
MO MILLERS AMD.
DEITZ 8 IVI'DO WELL have ono hundred tons
of the best PLASTER. , for sale. , aprilllr2t
A MAN OF A THOUSAND.—A Con
sumptice Cured.—Dß. 11. JAMES, a Retired
Physician of great eminence discovered; while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and General Debility.
The remedy was eistovered by him when his only
child, a daughter, was given up to die. llis child
was cured, and is now alive and well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow mortals, he will send to those
who wish it the recipe, containing fulidirectionsfor
making. and successfully using, this remedy, free,
on receipt of their names, with two stamps to PaY
expenses, There is not a single case of Consump
tion that it does not at once take hold of and
dissipate. Night sweats, peevishness, irritation
of the nerves, failure of memory, difficult expector
ation, sharp pains in the lungs, sore throat, chilly
sensations, nausea at the stomach, inaction of the
bowels, wasting away of the muscles.
The writer will please state the name of the
paper they sten this advertisement in. Address
r2l-13 4 1 225 North CR AD DOhiCKsa &n CiO:
-1-8 4 • PER RANOINGS.—HOWELL
BOURKE. hionufaotarers of
WALL PAPERS AND WINDOW CURTAIN
NCBr. Fourth and Market Sts., Philadelphia.
. A lino stock of LINEN SHADES constant
Iy on hand. ' fel7-3m.
...,,.L..)•. , ...
n tolj, ±U4&-1864
.. _L. r~
- , ;*e are now prepared to flit orders for
AGIVICVLTURAL-1 1 11PLEVENTS AND
MACEIDTERY OF ALL _
as well as SMALL TOOLS for tho Farm and lar-
Roes, Forks. Rakes. etc
Scythes, and. Scythe-Stones, -
- * and Agricultural Hardware
in general. ,
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own man-
• Coffee and Grain Mills,
sugar Mills for Grocers' use,.
Store Trucks of various patterns,
- - Road Scrapers•
of all kinds, such as
Coe's Supei'phosphatt of Lime,
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvitin Guano and Poudrette
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be found a complete selection of the best kinds
Of Vegetable, Plower
end Grass Spoils,
- and Seed Grain,
raised expressly for us by the most reliable
AMERICAN AND FOP SIGN GROWERS
The unremitting personal attention of the best
Seecisinen is given to their quality, and our eustom-
era may rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
We sill in small or large quantities to suit purelm-
sers, and send-in small lots by mail to all parts of,
Wo will forward. Pricc-Lists and Descrip6e Circu-
Lars to all desiring them
R. R. ALLEN S: CO.,
I ISO, 101 and 103 Water Street, New' York
with Led Folding Finger-Bar and two
s now ready for sale
1 In convenience and lithtnOss of draft, this is sn-
perior even to the old Style of - Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its paits,
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Gears, are
made of Steel or 'Wrought and Maleable Iron. It is
thus. the strongest and-lightest. machine in the
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL 4 CO'S
Pkß L - ET T E
This Fertilizer is comiicsed 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 pulcerulent condition, retiAlY for
immediate use, and without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing Properties.
ItS universal applicability to all crops and '
and, its durability and active qualities , are well
known to be all that agriculturists Ott desire.—
Price, $25 per Ton, - - -
This Fertilizer i• largely composed of animal mat
ter, such as meat, bone, fish: leather, hair and wool,
together with chemicals and inaganie fertilizer.,
which decompose the mass. and retain the nitrogen
ous elements - . it is thoroughly irnpregnatod with
urine. and the thinner portions of night soil.
. , .
. .. . . .
. It iii ii. % - cry valuable fertilizer for fleld crops gen
erally, and especially for potatoe?, and garden pur
Its excellent qualities, strencth and cheapness.;
have made it very popular with all who have used
it. Price. n 5 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 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 prevent and
cure diseased conditions of the peach and grape,
and is excellent for grass and lawns.
The formula or method of combining its constitu;
eat fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of emipent Chemists and scientific agricul
turists. Price, t , 50 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company manufacture
a Phosphate 4 Limo in accordance with a new and
valuable ttnmula, by which a very superitm article
is Produced, so as to be afforded at a less Mice than
other manufacturers charge. Practical tests have
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is canal tp the
best Phosphate of Lime in the market. Price, $45
TERMS CASll.—Cartage and Freight to be paid
by the Purchaser.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS,
AT CANAL WHARF, ox run DELAWARE.
Office, 113'/•. Arch Street. Philadelphia, '
- R. B. FITTS, -General Agent.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing
full directions for using the above Fertilizers. sent
by mail free, when,reunested. [march 2-3m.1
COOK'S SUGAR E VAP OR A Tali.,
manufactured by BLYMYER, BATES & DAY,
Mansfield, Ohie.—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 Evaporator in fourdays; or
where pan is wanted for a brick arch, without the
Furnace, in leis time.
COOK.'S SYRUPS have heeri 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
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 accessary, as it will'
grow on soils where many crops would be a failure.
Cultivate as Tor Corp.
Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium
over all others at two 'United States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs.
Clark Sore Machine Comptdy's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
G REED. Agent.' '
Office—REPOSITORY Building, Chnmb'g, Pa.
krii - The Sorpo Hand-Book setit free to any'Per
son asking for it. • - mar.
METZ'S' PLOW MANUFACTORY.
CORNER OF IVAsnINGTox 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, Roe Harrows, Cultivators, Plow
Castings, and Wagon Boxes constantly - on hand, or
made at short notice.
Farmers should bear in mind that Plows purchas
ed or 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
and sell Slemmons'' Patent Iron Double Shove
Plows," which he keeps constantly on hand. -
Blacksmithipg in all its various branches, also
carried on at the above named.jol ace,
fett 24-3 m ABRAHAM METZ.
PLA TS. FOR THE bECORA
TION.4:JE THE PARLOR CONSERVA
TORY OR FLOWER BORDER. Embracing over
500,000 p-Inea* tk mg the rarest and. finest varie
ties in cultivation of the following sorts :
Artonhinuin. Or Snap Dragon; striped and mottled
' varieties, $l. per dozen. •
Asters, ft i estitjonhle varieties, $1 Per dozen.
AuriettluS'ive,t William, new, $2
Caleeolars, beautiful spotted varieties, $3 to $5 lief
D a hli a s. large show varieties, 100 sortsis2 per doz:
Dahlias, bognet varieties,32 sorts s s3 perdozeri.
Delidiunim fOrniosipa, hardy, blue hertigeous plant,
$450 per doien, •
Gazinia Splendens, orange and crimson 42 per doz.
Fusehsias. oo;varieties, double and, sin'Ade $l5O to
$3 per dozen.
Geraniums, summer flowering, .all shade $3 per
Pelargouiumi,so finest new sorts sato $6 per dozen.
Heliotrope, L. varteties, per Aozbn.
H o llyhocks, 24 finest sorts, $4 50 per dozen. -
Honeysuckles, 6 varieties, $3 per dolen„ i, • ,
Lantanas, 16 tort , " $3 per dozen
Lemon Verbena, to each,- $2 per dozen. •,
Pansies, 100 forts, $1 per dozen.
Pansies, finest English sorts, '.15 varieties. $3 ner.dOz.
Petunias, 25 tarieties,, double and single, $4 50 pet
Petunias, 100 sorts., from seed, .•31 50 per dozen. -
Phlox, hardy, 50 varieties, $2 per dozen. -
,Chrysanthemmes, 100 sorts, 82 per do'zen.
'Pinks, Florist:4, 24 sorts $2 per dozen.
'Pinks, Monthly Carnations, 40 sorts, $3 per dozen. '
Roses, 100 sorts, fine plants, from $3 to $9 per: doz.
Salrins, blue hind scarlet, $1 50 per doz.
fropeeolatml i ; varieties4splended, 83 per dozen. • '
Verbenas, 50 finest 4orts, named, 50Der dozen..
50 finest so rts,w it h out names. 8150 p. doz.
30 Uery sorts, t:..4 to $7 50 per doz.
All our plants are grown in extra small pots,_ for
the special perposomfdistarit transportation. liny--•
ing in this manner grown oar plants for nearly six
teen years, sled have sent them to all parts of the
country with unvarying to our custom
ers. Large C, 4 :perience in packing has enabled us to
ensure-the s ae arrival of plants to any distimee.
where the tulle does mit exceed 10 days, in as good
condition asif bought Aherne. We make no charge
for Baskets, Boxes or Packing, on Bills of $5 and
Orders froll unkn ow n correspondents must in vari
ble be accomDanied by a remittance or responsible
reference. else no attention can be paid to the- or
der. Perhaps the most satisfactory triode of pay
ment to strangers is in paying the • express agent on
receipt of th goods. Descriptive Cat:thieve on ap
plication. PETER HENDERSON,
feb 24-3 m ' Jersey City, N. J.
N . T ' I . C E
NURSERY STOCK OF EVERY VARIETY.
sr.Lt.r. , :t . OFF AT LESS MAX COST.
(_-} , E . gr . L E S
BAY WOOD NURSERY and ROSE GARDEN,
WILKINS P. 0., ALLEGHENY CO . :, PA,
Over EMIT ACRES under cultivation 'of the
choicest varieties of everything to be found In. a
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs and Plants, all in fine condition and carefully
labeled. The ROSE is the' speciality in the floral
department', - many of its rarest varieties. being im
.ported direct front France.
Owing to (6n.Nekley's absence in the army, ve
arc selling dat the concern, and we invite orders
large or small.. as well froip the trade as from private
cns.toiners. I,We still retain the former foreman. Mr.
KennY, vilicaer& employed in the establish
ment for thd 1... 4 1Auen years, so as to secure perfect (LC
curacy, and 'careful packagh in filling orders.
, SEELY,Sc MELLON.
mar?-3m Wilkins P. 0., Allegheny Co.. Pa.
•i - or
is much more easy and successful in the
COMMON kid" SOIL 0:1' 'PRIVAT.EGARDENS,
1111RE.EI' GARDEN' S, IN
• FIELD CULTURE,
than in the ttanal clumsy way in bogs and mcadowo.
_ The Yield this season, in mrniethod
of culture, was over
- , -
POUR Eth:CDRED BUSHELS PER ACRE.
Explicit diiections for c,ultivation; with, - Price of
. , .
AND' .iiml oTutri USEFUL. A•1:13 onNANENTAL -:
' TRABS, PLANTS AND SHRUBS. .
will be scull by mail. 'Plants prepaid by mail.
i 4 '• B. M.,IVATSON,
i Old Celony Nurseries,
• , E
1 ' Plymouth. Mass.
YDi4 W S 'PRANK.UN COUNTY
GRAPE Visa s, STRAW BERRY Pt..uvrs, LTG. — The
largest stock to select from in the county. Es-cry
thing in theylttilT TREE and PLANT line that
is at all destrable. can be , supplied from the" corn
mon est standard Fruit Tree, to the rarest midmost
choice native or foreign species or variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are unusual
ly fine, stout heavy trunks, furnished - with fine
branching hmuls, from three ,
to tive'feet Irma, the
ground, as may be desired. Our aim is to grow the
best of everything pruning, and cultivating upon
scientific principles, consequently: our_produetions
are not offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old let-alone system. An invitation is ex
tended to ad who are , interested in fruit culture, to
come and see for themselves.
A large stOek of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants.
Roses,,,S:c., in pot., will be ready in April and May.
Enelose a three cent stamp for , deserintive Cata
logue ief Frdit and Ornamental trees, ..te. . 4
Address ] L—RYDER
= West Franklin Nurseries,
mar IG-tf,i ;V ear London. Franklin Co.: Pa.
I~EYSII9NE NURSERY.—The sub . -
. scriber is prepared to furnish most articles ris
ually-to be &Lind in Nurseries, of good quality and
at reasonable rates.
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of
Apples. • Cherries, Peaches, '
Vwarf and Standard Pears,.
ALo,Gdoseberries, Blackberries, &c,
earl fumlshed• a good assortment of
Evergreen and other Shrubbery, Shade Trees, Sm.
Great Facilities are pose; wed for shipping articles
to all parts of the country. as the Nursery immedi
ately adjoins the City of Harrisburg.
• mar 16-tf I JACOB MISR. irarrisburg,, Pa.,
THE OPORTO GRAPE.—This Grape
is not recommended particularly es a 'd•eSsert
fruit, but Makes An excellent. dark colored,: rich,
well bodied! Wine so closely reselnbling genuine
old-timed PORT WINE, that none but 'experienced
judges can distinguish between the two. Although
a is manufactured extensively, in Western New
supply is unequal to the demand, at from
a 50 to Stier gallon. -
Vines for sale by the subscriber, who has been ap
pointed Agent for it at the following prices : ,
One to.three.years old, 25e to 50 cts each. to
ssper thizeti, *ISI $3O per 100. JACOB MItSII.
-mar Id-tfj eystone Nursery, Ilarrish'g,
PEAR TREES.—Standarit and Dwarf I- Bs:, L.MAITRER & Co.,
pear Trees of the leading and most valuable 1 4 ave on hand for sale at reasonable prices, a large
varieti es * l Amettg them can b e fern i e bed emu ° ' • :sortment of White Pine, Yellow Pipe, and Hein
" EXTRA SELECTED" Trees, the Dwarf having ii .4ek Lumber, consisting of
fruit buds apd ready for immediate bearing. 4 . White Pine 2 inch Plank.
Price for Food trees, 6 - 0 to 60 eta each—Extra tie- " " 10"
lected 76 eta to $1 each Rates lower by dozen. - ' 46 Ca 3 . 4 64 if '
k 1 J. MISH, Keystone Nursery; - " " .13oards.
_ . - ..
mar 16-tig - ' - 4 Harrisburg, Pe. if 46 Plastering Lathes. • ,
" Shingles. ~i •
Yellow Pine Joists, Scantlng', and - Roofing Laths.
Hemlock Joists, Scantling and Boards.
Also Locust and Chestnut Posts, and Chestnut
1 Office in 'Wunderlich and Head's Warehouse. op
'. osito the Railroad Depot,' Second Street, Chun
.' ersburg, Pa. april 1.1-Sm
CHER r Y TREES.—A fine assortment
of abo. t Forty best varieties, trees of large size
Price, 30,Lata 50 cts, 75 eta each; $3; $5, $7 per doz.,
$lB. $2 O . $l5 per 100, J: MIMI;
mar 16-tf] , Keystone Nursers, Harrisb'g, Pa.
EUROPEAN LINDEN—The Red-twig.
ged variety, not subject to injury by the borer.
For sale at Eeystone Nursery, Harrisburg, Pa.
• Trees 10 to 12 feet high; 75 cents each; ..S7 por do z.
marV I - JACOI3 MIMS,
EXCELSIOR ASH, a landsome, orna
mentil Shade Tree, of sure and rapid growth.
Trees fron 8 to 12 feet high. 40rq60 cents each;
50@6 per doz.; $20040 per 100. JACOB MISH,
taar237 I IteystoneNursery, Harrisburg.
IMPLPIENTS —Dealers and Man
vfactuivs of Agricultural and other Implements
can reach a Imp class of valuable customers by_.lD
+,Errietka in the FRANKLIN-REPOSITORY.
AND , '.PL*NTS
OP ALL ElikiDS;
Digthij . lYETS: ANI) EVERGREEiL
•• - FRUIT 4.171) ONNANENTAL, -
in all pizes. Vuichaseis should
send for now
PRICE FOR 1864.
BEFORE FIIRORASING ELSWEFERE
Carriage paid -to - I3,Oston, Ndwport - and New Vitt
pLANT • S AND I SEEDS
IN GREA-T` VARIETY.
PRICE LIST NOW READY
TO AGENTS AND - DEALERS
TRES :AND, SEED,
, •1 • • AIM
TO pLvss... ,
Wholesale Catalogue for .1864 .:
Carriage of Packages paid to
. BOSTON. NEWPORT AND NEW YORK.
B. M. WATSON, -
Col May Nurseries,
march 2-3 m ' Plymouth, Mass.,
12 Chambeisburg Pa. - I would offer to the public
a well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,. Apple,
Peach, Pear and 'Plutp, of all leading varteties. 7 -
Also,•Ornamental Trees, such. as Maples, Linden,
Ash, Horse Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway Spruce,
American-Balsam Pin. Arbor Vittes in variety.—
Hardy Shrubs, such as Spireas in large variety,
IVeigelias and Deutzias, many of these are well cal
culated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles. Forsvthias
Also, Grapes Catawba, Isabella, Concord, biana,
Delaware, Rebecca. &c,. -
Currants, the leadingliads ; Raspberries, Straw
Flowers—Roses. Verbenas, geliotrops, Gerani
All of wlich will be sold at reasonable prices for
eardi. The usual Kitchen Garden -Plants, by 'the
dozen. hundreds or thousands. '
Send fora circular, as all. applicants. are supplied'
free.. [feb,24-4.m.1 - _JACOB KEYSER. Agent!'
I\7)II:WAY MAPLE TREES. from 8 to
11 12 feet high and. vigorous. A handsome Tree,
much resembling the Sugar Maple, but of more
certain and rapid growth.
Priee 40160 cents each : - .53 5006 per dozen; $2O
40 Per 100. JACOB MISR,
imar2:3l - Keystone NiirserY, Harrisburg.
tioßsE CHESTNUT TREES.--Ordi
S i. fo eBf 7 r e p t la g i e n e g AtTe c tl e r :• 1‘0 13 :
Per 100, 4 c JACOB''
ntar2;33 Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg;
(goat, _Lumber, &-c.
EO. A. WEITZ. TENCIE M'DOWEIL
:0 E TZ &' D L
vrti, r.Cy Tan
HIGHEST PRICE IN C 9.5113
•W HE .A T,
R Y B,
ALL KINDS OF, PRODIJOE:
ALL SIDS OP
PLASTER AND SAND,
1 . 011 9 t.LE,
CiIr,•A•P FOR CASH,
WAREHOUSE AND COAL YARD,
RAIL ROAD DEPOT,
; , NORTH CARLISLE STREET,
inctl7,63. • ,
krEW FIRM. COAL ! COAL ! LIEU
LI UR! LUMBERI—LBO. EBERT & SON
avin? purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
i..Deitz, will continue to Barry on the same bust
ess, and will always have on hand a large supply of
. .umber and Coal. They will be prepared to fill all
rdens at the shortest notice. They respectfully so.•
.cit the patronage of the late firm and the public
enerally, and all who may desire Coal and Lumber
) give them a call, feeling assured that no_ Means
'rill be spared to accommodate those on te most
elmonable terms. : inn17.6.1-tf.
TOP, PRINTING in every style done
IP the Uwe of tlse FRANKLIY BEPOBITORY.
CONSTITU - TI.OI4AVATERY -7
CONSTITUTION WATER. _
' • CONSTITUTION WATER.' '
' • CONSTITUTION 1 5. 9 '
- • •- - -CONSTITUTION -WATER.i . •
TILE - GREAT, RE,ILEAt . -•
DIABETES, AN AN D DISEB LADD E ASES OF THE EpIiEYS
• D' R.
CONSTITUTION WA - TEeR
Has been pronounced by the Medical PacultY, and
the public, to be the most, wonderful remedy for the
permanent cure of all diseases of -the STiIMACH
KIDNEYS, and BLADDER, that has ever been of
It is not a MINERAL WATER. It is from ex-.
perienee that-CONSTITUTION WATER has dman
ated, and we now say let no man doubt... When a
single bottle has been known to cure diseases which
the best medical talent in this .eountry has failed to'
B. , M.WATS9N.
• A-remedy possessing the virtues - of Constitution
Water cannot boclassed under. "quack" prepara
tions, as it is now used by the most scientific rac-,
titioners in itticit3s. It is only seconsl-class physi
cians that cries down Popular remedies, while the
better skilled Make use of every means to accem-,
plish a curet _ and the success of the PhYsician
creases as his knowledge of different remedies en-,
abler him to produce a cure; while others fail in the
attempt. Science is satisfied with the truth.
Give Constitution Water a fair trinl—womean You
who are under some SPECIALIST'S care frbm year
Loyear, and we particularly allude, to-Indies, whe
are eonstantly resorting to LOCAL TREATAMENY,
and all sorts oflocal apPlications ler &Sense, with aft
much chance of success as there would - be from
local applications to the throat forsliseases of the
We have always been careful to use language in
oneciteular that could not shock the most delicate
organization, but we receive so many communica
tions from per Sons for which Constitution Water is
adapted. and of whose disea.sesnomention has been
made, that, we have come to the conclusion that if
the remedy is capable of producing acure, no matter
- what the disease may be, ft should be made known. ,
The medicine is put up for the public, and there,
should be no exceptions. ' •
We wouldsay ,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 theirrelief and if taken ac
cording to the directions it will in every case pro
duce a. radical care. We would say, that the direc
tions in regard to diet, etc., relate only to the disease
under which they occur.
Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through.
the kidneys, and is, without doubt;4,the most obstinn‘
ate disease, except consumption that effects thelia-:
Man constitution. We have no space for discussing
causes, but will state that the effect of the disease •
is the conversion -of; the starchy principle (or vege
table portions 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; that is., they pass lam 'M quantities dur
ing the day, and are obliged to get up fro,m•,one te,
fifteen or twenty times during the night: No notice
is taken of it. until their attention is called to the'
large discharge of water, and often when it is so far,
advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary'
remedies.,Another symptom is the great thirst. ,
which when the disease is fully 'established, is in
tolerable—the patient drinks ,constantly without'
being satisfied; also dryness fof the month, crack
ing of the,lips, a sweet breath, iu the more advan
- cad eases, and finally loss of appetite, emaciation.
and the patient gradually sinks from exhaustion. •
CONSTITRTION WATER is. without doubt, the only
known remedy for DIABETES.: and we have as
much confidence that it is a specific nswe have that
opium will produce sleep, and truthfully say thatit
has cured, every case in which it has been used.
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRA
VEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSIT. ETC., ETC.,
Diseases arising faint a faulty secretion=in•the one
ease being too little, and accompanied by; severe
pain. and the other a too profuse secretion—which
will be speedily cured by the , • •-,
CONSTITUTION WATER •
' • CONSTITUTION WATER •
• CONSTITUTION WATER
„ CONSTITUTION WATER ' • •
CONSTITUTION WATER -
THE ONL •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 iKNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY ;KNOWN REMEDY FOR •
THE ONLYLKNOWN REMEDY FOR -
IRRITATION -OF THE NECK OF THE BLAD
DER, INFLAMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, ,
CATARRH OF .THE BLADDER. -
STRANGUARY AND BURNING, OR PAIN*
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy
and too much canuot - be'said in its praise: A single
dose has been known - to relieve the most urgent
Arc you - troubled with that dish eitsing pain in the
small of the back, and through the hips? A tea
' spoonful a - day of the Constitution Water will re
lieve YOU like magic. .
Has long since givien up the use of buchtt, 'eubebs
andjuniper in the treatment of those diseases, and
only , use them for.the want of a better remedy.
- ,CONSTITUTION WATER -
have proved itsell. equal to the task that has de
volved upon it.
irritate and drench the kidneys. and by ear stant
use soon 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 fox curing; and, we
trust that we shalt be rewarded for our efforts in
pl ac ing so valuable a remedy in a form to meet the
requirements of patient and, physician.
READ I READ I READ 111
DANVIT.LE.' PA., Juno 2, 1862:—DR. Wit H.
GREGG—Deax Sir:—ln February. 1861, I wasufflie—
ted with sugar diabetes, and for five months I - pas.
sed more than 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 in five months I
lost about five pounds in' weight. During The month
of' Ju1y,1861.1 procured two bottles of Constitutien
Water, and n two days after using it I experienced
relief, and after taking two bottles I was entirely
eared, soon after regaining my usual aood health'.
'J. V. DE WITT.
BOSTON CORNERS, N. Y., Dec 27. 7.861._.wm. • B.
GREGG & CO.—Gents freely give you liberty to
make use of the following certificate of - the value cf
Constitution Water which I can recommend in UM
highest manner: My 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 physician who at
tended her about three months, when he left her
worse than he found her. I then dmployed 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 mach pain, He fir
ally gave her up. and said ' her case was incurable.
For, said he * she has such a combination of com
plaints that medicine given for one operates against
some other of her difficulties." About-this
t ame s he
commenced the use of Constitution Water, and to
our utter astonishment, almost the first dose seemed
to have the desired effect, and she kept on improv—
ing rapidly under its treatment, and now superin
tends entirely her domestic affairs She has act
taken any of the Constitution Water forsbout fern
weeks, and we are happy o say , that it has pro
duced'a permanent Wid cure.
.M. VAN BENSCHOTEIL •
WriTECERFIELD, March 2 , WWI%
GREGG—Dear Sin—Having seen your: a diertlse—
ment of ' Constitution Water," - retommendedf ex
Islamanon of the Kidneys and Irritation oft k a
Bladder, having sufferedf c: the past three Strrri
and tried the skill of a. number of rlaysicians with
only temporary relief, I was induced to try Torr.
meaieine. I rrocured one bottle ofyour agents of
Hartford, Messrs. Lee, Sisson te Co.. and whent
had need half of it to my surprise I found a ,gren?;
change in my health. I have used two bottles of it,
and am where I never expected to bo irony life, r ell
and in good spiri•:s. I cannot express my granted+
for it I feel that it is all and more than you reccxx.
mended it to be. May the blessing of God eve: at
tend en in your labors of love. Yours truly - ,
LEONARD E. BIGGELOW i
'FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 1 11
WM. H. GREGG .k CO.. Proprietors.
MORGAN & ALLEN. General Agents.
No. 46 Cliff Street. New York.
JOHNSON, HALLWAY & COWDEN.
eb?.3 N. 6th Street. Philadelphia
For Bee by A . J. MILLER, Cbamberiburg,
o S t I T I T Tj O , N.
THE ONLY .N.NOWN I E4ADY .
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