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iFRANKLIN CLOTHING Ell-
. ARGESTSO c C a l r f. ;ss C ur n e EAP the E p S u T tai T . l. a l n C d E ci S e . fieg
- undersigne d mineSafe). contradiction, that his recent purchases in
the Eastern Cities enables him to offer one of the
largest and most attractive stocks of
- For the Spring utd ,Summer Seaxon of 1654, to be
found in atinnlar establishment in this section.
AND VESTS, -
at the ces..
made in - thexery best styleS and
GENTLEMEN'S FU.I3.7s.IISFIING GOODS
su c h as Shirts. D - rawen. Collars, Cravats, Neckties,
, & e, Special attention is called to
• CUSTOMER'S ORDERS.
I invite an examination of my stock of Fine Cloths,
Kersoymeres, Vestings, ac„ which I manufacture
upon special orders.
- SPECIAL NOTICE..
I beg to, say that my Goods are manufactured un
der my own supervision,. and by the very hest work
men. .1.1,y present stock is the most extensive I have
yet had in store, and I respectfully ask my friends
and the public to give me a call before purchasing
iisewhere. Remember the old sl and.
- J. T. HOSKINSON.
Franklin Hotel Building,
Corner bf the Diamond and West Market St:
er7. , Chambersburg;'Prr.
FELLIOTT, CLOTHIER, South-
West corner of the Diamond. next door to the
Bank. Chambersburg , .has just returned from the
City with a large stock esti perior and seasonable
("Toads, such as CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. SATIN-
Errs, JEANS. CORDS fie.. for Coats; and VEL
VETS. SATINS, MARSEILLES and other Vest!
Ines. Also, a very line selection of READY-MADE
CLOTIIING, which he is prepared to sell at the very
lowest market prices.
CUSTOMER WORK.—As he employs a first-rate
cutter, he is prepared to make up all hinds of Gar
ments, for Men and Boys, to order, in the best styles.
Satisfitetion will be guaranteed. 3
A large assortment of GENTLUMEN'S FURNISHING
Oon Ds, such &Shirts, Drawers, Collars. Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags. Umbrellas; Sc. fie.
always - on hand. Give him a call and save money.
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FUR
., NISHING STORE and SHIRT MANUFAC
TORY, 1i0. ; 514 Chestnut St., 4 doors below the Con
tinental, Philadelphia. Particular attention given
to ordisif Shirts. A perfect fit guaranteed. Per
sons at a distance can order by the following Shirt
Size around the N eck.
- " Chest under the Arms. 7
" Waist. '
- " Wrist. -
'Length of Arms (bent) from centre of back to mid-
die of hand.
Length of ,Bosom at Side
C WALBORN & CO.'S,
_PIL , • WIIPLF-SAIR AND RETAIL"
READY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
Nos. s . and 7 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Silk. Merino and Cotton Under Shirtsand_Drawersz
Cravats, Scarfs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c. Shirts,
Wrappers and Dress Stocks made to order by meas
urement, and, warranted to give satisfaction.
Orders may be left with S. S. SHRYOCK, Cham
S T_ 0 N & BROTHER,
N0..900 Arch Streci, Philadelphia, Po.
Having received a liberal share of patronage from
Claambersburg anti 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 nuflicient guarantee that we value our
reputation. [n011.63-Iy.] WESTON & BROTHER.
A MEXHICAN LIVE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Corner 4th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. Authorized Capital. $500,000. Puid-lip
Philadelphia. Feb. 4.1564.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received
upon MUTUAL POLICIES 'during the year ending
December 315t,,1.563, and in force at that date, the
above amount to be credited to said Policies. and
have also ordered the dividend of 1860 on Poliiiies
*tied daring that year to be ,paid, as -the annual
premiums on said Policies are received. -
' Neat/oar-Alexander Whilldin,
Secretary and Trciatrer—Jolui S.-Wilson..
A ctuary—John C. Sim.. '
BOARD OF TRUSTEWi.—Alexander
J. Edgar Themson,George Yugent, llon..Tambs Pol
lock; Albeit C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
Work., William 3. Howard," Hod. Joseph Allison,
Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Heaz
m. G. REM/. Chamhersburg, Pa.,is the author:
ized Agent of the Ameriin Life Insurance and
Trust Company, and is always prepared to furnish
pamphlets or any information wanted, and to take
Insurances. OFFICE, in the Repository
DRS. J. C. RICHADS and W. U. Bort,E, ifedicat•
REFERENCES—Hon: A. K. McClure, Rev. S. J.
Niceolls, J. S: Nikon,.Chambersburg, and Wm. M.
Marsh 'Cash ier Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please call on; or by addressing the 'under-
Elgned they will be waited on in any part of the
County or State. W. G. REED, Agent.
* l ,. Office in the REPOSITORY Bhilding, Chant:
bersburg, Pa. - mar's.
1 829 CHARTER PERPE'rTJAL:
FIRE IN 51.77,1 1'4 N -1 1 C MT Y
A rg r l., T S
On January 1,1801.
ACCRUED 1 4 :13tP220.127.116.11 -
Ussirrt o,et.tims, I Istoms ion 1864
$8.416. - - $300,000.
Loss Pim) Sixes 18 $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Charles—V. Bancker,_lsaac Lea,
Tobias Wagner, . Edward C. Dale,
Jacob IL Fates,
\-• Alfred Fitter, '
• George W. Richards. Fras. W. Lewis, M. D,
.CHARLES• IC. BANCRER,'President.
EDWALD C. DALE, Vico President -
--:-- - J.ke- W. M'A MAST ER, Sec's pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the wathorized Agent , of the
Company in Chainhersburg,who will fqrmsh all in
, _formation necessary to applicants. mar2.3-tf
I•;SURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Per
petual. CAPITAL 00,000. Offieo 232 Walnut
street, Philda. The prompt payment of Claims for
" Losses during theeriod of nearly seventy years
-that. the Company has been . in existence, entities
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.
Rgsosrroax Buildings. Chambmburg..Pa.
REFERANcRA—J. D. Grier, J. Allison'Eyster, EN„
Major J.Q. Austin. 1 mar 23
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOHN GitOVE., of
Chaufbeinburg, is the (3en oral Agent of the
Franklin Conufl'itutnal-insurancd Corntisny. iun7l
signediresPectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin County that Ike has opened a new Mar
'Me Yard- in - the , ' room formerly occupied by Dr.
Hamilton, directly opposite‘f.S:libtOn'sDrugStore.
Main Street. Chambersbitrg, where he will keen on
band or make to order all articles in bis line of bus
- iness. such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and IIEAD
F , TONES; MANTELS, TABLE and STAND TOPS.
..fte., manufactured from the very beat Foreign and
Domestic Marble. -
He respectfully solicits a call from those who may
be in want of any article in the above line. Ho is
confident in his ability to satisfy all who may be
pleased to patronize him,' either as regards his ,pri
cos, or the quality, beauty. and chasteness of his
work. ~ fju15,63,1 JOHN A. GRONE.,
SPRING AND-SUMMER MILLINERY
—Miss MARY B ARNO% wouldinformlber fritruls
and the public generally that she has just received
from the Eastern Cities anew and dareftilly selected
assortment of MILILNERI: GOODS,LADIES'
DRESS TRIMMINGS. 'Arc. .
BONNETS and RATS made and trimmed jn
the latest and most fashionable style. at shognotiee.
Rooms oppo4to hfontzornerr's Hotel. imay4
ROOK BINDE R'Y.—S.lt.
ER Sc CO'S Book • Bindery is on the - Third
Story of the "MPSSENGER" OFFICE BUILD
ING, eh the Dirr .4id, above Shryock's Book Store.
Entranee.bevir the Book Store nd, the Inland
Telegraph 4tv4, - 0 ,,; Old Books, Pertodieals;
Newspaper s , T o ., Cana in any style. Blank Books
made to order, Paper ruled to any pattern. ja6,64
I MPORTANT TO FARMERS.—"The
cheapest and best -" Thresher and Cleaner" is
" Wheeler & Meliek's Improved Patent Railway
Power and combined THRESHER AND CLEAN
ER. "fhis machine is manufactured at the small
advance of 10 per cent. over that of last year. The'
farmers are readily adopting it everywhere. It
saves labor, and expense, and dies more and better
work than any other machine. "Trice of a two-horse
machine of a three-horse machine These
prices embrace everythingcomplete. This machine
has advantages that are greatly superior 'to any
other. Ono is that it can be used entirely in the
Barn floor, and that the power can be conveniently
used for cutting fodder, shelling corn, euttingstravr,
sawing wood, c. And it requires
,less power and
fewer hands than any other.
PALMER'S EXCELSIOR SELF-SUSTAINING
HORSETITCHFORK, has many advantages ov2r
others, among which aro: it is self-sust dning, re
quiring no attention antilits load is to be disc:burg
od. By the use of the p alleys furnished with the'
forks it will swing directly over the mow, when it I
discharges its load, by simply pulling the cord. It
has a handle but 18 inches in length. This patent
has been awarded the premium at the New York
State Fair, and at all the County Fairs, wherever
S M ITH'S GREEN MOUNTAIN SLILNGLE
AND HEADING MACHINE, is a new and valua
ble improvement in machines for manufacturing
Shingle and Heading, cutting Obliquely, or other
wise, any desired thickness or length, -up to 24
inches. Thig Machine can be set up and run by an
ordinary wattr, power. It will saw one thousand
shingles per hour..
Mr. Robert Black, of FayetterilDFranklin county,
Pll., is the Solo Agent tor Franklin and Adams
counties. Any information desired respecting any
orals of these machines can be obtained by either
calling upon in person, or addressing him by letter.
Persons wishing any of these machines will please
make their orders soon, it requires some tine to
get them from the manufacturer. will be or
dered but those that are sold. Theywill be furnish
ed at manufacturer's prices, transportation added.
CHA Ifir:BSBURG, May 17, IS6I.
Robert Black, Esq.—Dear Sir: I have thoroughly
tested the Tread-power in running all kinds of
chinery, about the Barn, and I have had the most
approved Lever-poWers tried at my Barn also, and
I unhesitatingly recoasmend dip Tread-power. I
run all my machinery—thresher and cleaner, corn
sheller, chopping-mill, fodder-cutter, and circular
saw, with a two-horse Tread-power, and the power
is ample and two horses can, give the i!iine ifnot
greater power than four can with the lever-power.
and the labor is no more severe on the horses.
short. I regard the Tread-power as having every
advantage over the Lever power, and it must soon
he universally adopted by farmers.
Very Respectfully Yours. ke.
A. K. M'CLUICE.
Apply 'to the undersigned in Greenwood. Franklin
county. [maylB , 4ml ROBERT BLACK.
A AI M. '0 N f A T ED
_ PACIFIC GUANO.
A real guano. containing from seventy to ei7.hty
per cent of P.H O S PH A T E DE LIME. to
which has been added, by a chemical process, a large
pet centh'ge 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 Dr. Liebig. of Balti
more, and testimonials from scientific Agricultm ists,
showing its value. Can bo obtained from
J: 0. BAKER, S: CO.,
march 2-ly. 87 Wall Street, New York,
TO FAR 31-ERS.
TFIF, WALKER HORSE RAKE
'is acknowledged to be the '
Heateet, Simplest, Cheopevt .ani mast efficient Rake
nom in use,
Any boy of ten years can work it with ease; will
not get out of order, and dives universal satisfaction.
Warranted in every partieular, and can be had from
k to $3 lower thhn any other Spring Tooth W heel
Rake. For further particulars apply to the manu
facturer. ' D. D. ESIIETA,II.IN;
ap2o-3ml • Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co.. Pa.
HE SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM
MACHINIST—Devoted to Northern Cane and
Sugar. Beet Culture. Improved Farm Machinery and
Progressive Husbandry. Published monthly. One
copy 1 year, $l.OO. SubBeriptons-received
W.' G. REED.
ap6] - ,Agent for Clark Sorgo Machine Co.*
m 0 MILLERS AMD - FARMERS.-
DEITZ & M'DOWELL have one hundred tons
of the hest ;LASTER for sale. .aprilll-2t•
IMPO R.T%-E R S
W I NIE S AND LIQUORS
LAUMAN, SALLADRS: CO.,
N 0.12- SOUTH jINTH ST.,
Urine EN CHESTNUT AND WALNUT STREETS;
GEO. M. LAUMAN,
A. M. BALLADE,
J. D. BITTING. )
SUPERIOn COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF 1833,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH 'GREEN WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
SUPERIOR OLD. MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
F. ...... $2,457,849 95
OLD PORT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
N 0.1.23 SOUTH NINTH ST..
OLD RYE WHIR-KEY,
OLD WHEAT. WHISKEY,
'NVERTS'S WHISKEY ;
LAUMA.N, SALLADE,,k C'o., -
".11N SOUTH NINTH ST.,
• nolB-Iy. -PHILADELPHIA
A MAN OF A 'THOUSAND.—J. Con
.llL'aunintive Cured.—Dß. H. JANES, a Retired
Phys i c i an of great eminence discovered, while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitas, Coughs, Colds , and'kleneral Debility.
The remedy was eiscovered by him when his only
child, a daughter, was given up to die. His child
was cured, and is now alive and well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow mortals i he will send to those
who wish it the recipe. containing full directions for
making and successfully using, this remedy, free,
on receipt, of their names, with two stainas to pay
expenses. There is not a single case of CofiSump
tion that it does not at once takp it linld poi and
dissipate'. Night sweats, peevish hlritation
.of the nerves, failure of memory, di Cult expector
ation, sharp pains in the lungs, sore throdt, chilly
sensations, nausea at the stomach. inaction of the
bowels, wasting aptliy of the muscles. -
eZ - - The,. writer willplease state the amine of the
paper they seen this advertisement in. Address
CRADDOCK & CO.,
,•mar23-1 - 5 0 9 225 North 2d , St., Philadelphia, Pa.
r REAT- ATTRACTION IN RATS,
CAPS and STRAW GOODS.—I have now on
hand a large stock of Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
which i will sell at a small advance. Call and See
the areal variety.
SHAKERS 1 SHARERS 1-7-Whiteaqd Dark, very
hest enality. Call arld'get 'bargains at the New
Store Room of J. L. DECHERT, a few doors South
of the Diamond. maylB
LAITMAN,.SALLADE & CO
AND AN ARSORTUENT OP
FINE BILINDS OF CHAMPAGNE
VERY FINE AND DELICATE
Map 25, 1864.
' AND MACH VERY. •
We are nor prepared to fill orders for
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
- MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
as well as SMALL TOOLS for, the Farm and Gar-
den, such as
Roes, Forkg. Rakes. etc
and Grass-looks, •
Scythes, and Seethe-Stones,
and Agricultural Hardware
in gene t ral.
'We offer. also, a large assortment of our own man-
Coffee and Grain Mills, I : •
Sugar Mills for Groeers' use, s
Store Trunks of various patterns,
. - •
of all kinds, such as •
Coo's Superphosphate of Lime,
Pure Ground Bone,
, Peruvian Guano mad Poudrette
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be ftnind a complete selection of the best kinds
Of Vegetable, Flower
• . - - and Grass Seeds
and Seed Grain
raised - expressly for us by theauost reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS
The unremitting personal attention of best
Seccismen is given to their quality, and our custom-
erF may rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
We sell in small or large quantities to suit purcha-
ers, and send in small
_lots by mail to all part, of
the United States
We will forward Priee-Lists and Descriptive Ci-rcu-
lars to all clesiring.them
R. H. ALLEN k CO.,
ISt .191 and 193 Water Street, New York
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel Folding Finger-Bar and two
s now ready foi• sale
Ideonvenieneo and lightness of draft, this issu
perior even to the old Style of Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly popular
It leas literally' n t a fraine;and nearly all its Parts,
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
GiIICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S
4 4 ÷': P- - ABULETTE.
This Fertilizer is composed of night soil and the
fertilizing elemehts of nrine,_combined, chemically
and mechanically with other valuable - fertilizing
agents and absorbents. , -
It is reduced - to a pulverulent condition, ready for
immediate nse, and without loss of its highly nitro
genous fertilizing properties. - -
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils,
and its durability and active qualities, are well
known to bo all that agriculturists can- desire.—
Price, , - ;:25 per Ton. ,
This Fertilizer is lamely compo-ed of animal mac
ter, such as urea t, bone, tish, leather, hair and wool,
together with chemicals and inorganic fertilizer:;
which decoinposethe mass, and retain the nit regen
ous elements. I is thoroughly imptegnated with
urine, and the thinner portions of night coil.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops gen
erally, and especially for potatoes, and garden put—
Its excellent qualities, strength - and - ehcapnes.s,
have made it very popular with all who have used
it. Price, S per Ton.
TREE AM) 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 wooiltind fruit, and largely
increase the quantity and per,fret the maturity of
the fruit. For hot-house and household plants and
flowers, it will be found an indispensable article to
secure their greatest pekfection. It will prevent and
cure diseased conditione. of the peach and grape,
and is excellent for grass and lawns.
The formula or method of combining its constitu
ent fertilizing ingredients have received the highest
approval of eminent chemists and scientific agricul
turists. Priee, i.-r 1 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Apriculitiral Chemical 0»opong manufapture
a Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new and
valuable formula, by which a very superior article
is produced, so as to be afforded at at less price, than
other manufacturers charge. Practical. tests hay,
proved that its value, as a fertiliser, is4rinal to'the
best Phosphate of Lime in the market: — Price, $45
TERMS CASlL—Cartage and Freight to be paid
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS.
AT ('ANAL IVIL&RE, ON THE DEL IWARE.
Office, 414 i Areh Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
B. E. FITTS, General Agent.
- The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing
fulldirections fur urine the above Fertilizers. sent
by mail free, when requested. ['nevelt •2-3m.]
CIOOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR,
V manufactured by BLYMYER, BATki; S DAy,
Mansfield, Ohio:—We are willing to guarantee that
fromtwo acres of good Cane. a sufficient timber of
gallons of Syrup can be produced to. cover cost of
ifitchinery, capable of making eighty gallons of
Syrup per day, which at fifty cents ,per
pay for cost of Mill and Evapora form four days: or
where pan 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 WO gallons
SORG() SEED.—We offer a Superior Article, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout the seed and roll in
plaster. Plant in dritkfour feet apart. froM North
to South. Light soil lind Southern exposure pre
ferred; although not absolutely necessary, as it will
grow on Boils where many clops would be a failure.
Cultivate as for Corn.
• Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium
over all othprs attwo United-States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs,'
Clark Sorgo Machine Company's CANE, MILL
and above SEED for Bale
G REED, Agent.
Office—R-geosprottY Building, Chamb'g, Pa.
Car The Sorg? Hand-Book sent frdo to any per
ion asking for it..mar.
Arit'S PLOW MANUFACTORY.
,COHNEH OF WASHINGTON AND SECOND STREETS,
Gilman's Improved Premium Plows; and another
Plows now ingeneral use with POLISHED MOULD
BOARDS both - wrought Iron Share and.Self-sharp
ll'arrows, Hoe Harrows, Cultivators, Plow
Castings, and Wagon: Boxes constantly onland, or
Farmers should bear in mind that Plows purchas
ed* of mei can be repaired at less trouble or expense
than those that are made a great distance from
home. Call, see and be convinced.-
He haaalso purchased the right to manufacture
and- "Slermmonts' Patent Iron - ,DOuble Shove
Plows, ' Which he keeps constantly on hand.
cßlacksinithing in all its various branches, also
arried on at the above named place.
feb 24-3 m ABRAHAM METZ.
Cxecot Pants anb "Fines.-
NURSERY STOCK OF 'EVERY VARIETY.
BAY WOOD NURSERY and ROSE.GARDEN,
WILKINS P. 0., A_LLEGRENY' CO., PA.
Over FIFTY. ACRES unditr cultivation of the
&Wrest varieties of evetything to be found in a
FIRST CLASS NURSERY
FRUIT AND ,ORNAMENTAL TREES.-
Shrubs and plants all in fine eondition and carefully:
labeled. The ROSE is the speciality in the floral
department: many of its rarest varieties beg ha
ported direct from, France. "
Owing tU . Gen. Negley'S absence in the army, we
are selling ;out the concern, and we invite orders
Barge or small, as well from the 'trade as.fromi private.
cu s t ome rs. .%e still retain the former. foreman,Mr.
Kenny, who has mn employed in the establish
ment for, the il , t‘en years, so nr to secure perfect ac
curacy, aukcareful packagreinEfilling orders.
SURLY k 3/BULON.
P. 0., Allegheny Co.. Pa. -
''C L N
is much more easy and successful in the.
COMMON DRY SOIL OF PRIVATE GARDENS,
MARKET GARDENS, OR IN
than in the usual clumsy way in bogs aini meadows
The yield this sen.son, in my Method
of culture, wits over'
FOUR HUNDRED B 17,511 ELS PER ACRE:
E.rilicit directions inr enltiviitioli: with price of
CitANBETZRY L PLANTS
AND Al t l., OTHER ji:StiFttl, AND DRNAMIINTAL
TREES. P.,A,NTS, AND\ SHRUBS,
will be seed by mail. ,Pleats piepaid by
B. M. WATSON.
p YDE S PRANKLIN COUNTY
NU RS ERI ES.—FuoiT AN Li ORNA E NTALT RF. F.S
GRAPE VINES, STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ETi".=-T he
largest stock to seltkt from in the county. Every
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANT lino that
is at all desirable, can be supplied from the cum
monest standard Fruit Tree, to the rarest and most
choice native or foreign species or variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are Unusual
ly fine, stout - hcarY trunks, furnished fine
branching heads, from three to "five feet from the
ground, as may he desired. Our aim is to ,grow the
best of everything pruning, and, cultivating' upon
scientific principles, consequently. our productions
are not offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old - let-alone system. An invitation is ex
tended to all who are interested in fruit culture, to
come and see for themOlves— •
A birge stock of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants.
Roses, Sc., in pots, will - he ready in April and May.
Enclose a three cent stem!) fair descriptive Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees. Se.
Address, • IL L. RIDER
West Franklin Nurseries."
mar IG-tf Loudon. Lidon. Franklin Co., Pa.
r E ep - t - I .N re - d U t R ;) SfuErnßist.moTt hesub-.
ually to be found in Nurseries, of good quality and ,
at reasonable rates.
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of
Apples, • Cherries, Peaoh&,' • '
Dwarf-and Standard Pears,,
- Apricots. - Plums,
Raspberries: Currants, ,
Gooseberries, Blackberries, Sze.
Also. can be furnished a good assortnient
E VERGRERN TREE:.
E - iergreerrand other Shrubbery, Shnje 'Trees &c.
Facilities are'po.2esed for shipping. /trades'
to.till parts of the eountry.,as the Nursery i.unnedi
atnly adjoins the City of Harrisburg. '
mar 16-tr JACQB NISH. Harrisburg, Fa.
iHE OPORTO GRAPt.:---Thislvo
ts not recommended particularly as a dessert
fruit. but makes an excellent. dark colorod, rich,
well bodied Wine, so cloiely resembling genuine
olli-timed PORT INK that hone but experienced
jiidges can distinguish "between the two. Although
isn,-is manufactured extensively in Western New
Ylark, the supply is unequal to the demand, at from
$1:_f)0, to $4 per gallon.
inel for sale bY the subscriber, who has been ap
pointed Agent for it at the following'prices:
One to three veers old. 2.5 c to 50 eta each, ik2 50 to
$4 per doLen, $l5 to 's:3o per 100. JACOB MMII,
mar 15-tf] Keystone Nursery, flarrisb'ir. Pa.
PEAR TREES.—Standard "and I) waif
X Pear Trees of the leading'and most vitt unble
varieties. Among them can be furnished some
" ExTRA SELECTEII" Trees. the Dwarf :having
fruit bads and ready for immediate bearing'.
:Price for good trees. 50 t 60 cis eachzEx'tra so-
Ic`eted 75 etc to each. Bates low - er doten.
J. 3.11811, keystone Nurser - Yj,
!par , Harrisburg, Pa.
UROPEAN LINDEN—The 'Red,--t wig
.C. 141 g e ed variety, not 6nbject to injury by tlit bort:-
For sale at Keystone Nur:cry, ItarrisburF, Pft.
'Trees 10 tor] foot high; 75 cents each: s 7 per doz
Imar23] ' JACOB 1111811.
FJXCELSIOR ASH, a handsomeo-ama
mental Shade Tree, of sura and rapid gr.twth.
Trees from S to 12 feet hieb. 404.60 cants each;
riYit don; $20040 per 100. JACOB Al rsH,
mar 233 Keystone 'Nursery, lisnilMurv.
:AND - RtTIPS IM
pLIimENT AND SEED NyAREHOUSE.
11 rain 23 South Sixth S4rect, P4,i/grie/p/iia.,! Pa.
DAvto Lixotomi S.: Sox, Proprietors of Blooms
dale, which contains near four hundred it
high tilth, devoted to the production Of GARDEN
SEEDS, are now prepared to 'supply Country -Mer
chants, dAuggists and alt others who deal in Seeds.
with large or small miantifies, by the Romad di
bushel. and also in papers made ready for retailing.
The E4ablishment represented by David Land
reth & Son, has been founded nearly three-fourths
of a century.,
The wide-spread popultarity;aud 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's Garden Seeds are not only favorabb
received throughout the Union. but are shipped ta
many foreign ports. Indeed it may be stated with'
n a tional pride that they come into active coMpeti-
Gen with English Seed and British Soil.
David Landreth & Son invite all who are nit al
ready purehasers-of their- Garden Seeds, to make a -
trial of them—assured that they will be found fully
anal to their high reputation.
Laridreth's Rural Register and Almanneeentain
ing • catalogue of Garden' Seeds with instriictions,.
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agricultural
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH S SON. -
nue 12.1 y) Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St.; Phila.
• for 1864, • •
GARDENERS, NARRET GARDENERS
SMALL OR LARGE QUANTiTIES,
by sending a list of what they . requ:ire.,
WILL RECEIVE THE SAME BY„RETURE
'with - the lowest possible prices amnia-for,
TOB PRINTING in every. style do .e
el the Office of the FRANKLIY BRFOBITORY. •
T I C E
SELLISO OFF AT LESS THIS Cgs'.
PIIIICEASXNG HEEDa LN
CARRIAGE PAS]) VO
BOSTON 'AND YEW YORK. _ •
pF.43 , 1! pre.-paid -
t • • - B. M. wArsinr,
I , . • Old oolonyllnrierieT,t
IP(ttto acnb "Fines.
REES, AND .PLANTS
'OE - ALL RPM%
• DICIDUOUS .AND EV'ERGRERN,
I - . FRUIT AND ORI;TA2 - IENTAL,-'
1" an sizes, atlotr rates, Tuvixasers Bhpuld.,
Reid ftir now
PRIG LIST I',OR 1864,
• i , ,BSFORE,PiIItgIaSING Euswirans..
Carriage paid to Boston, Newport - , and New Y •
1 • 1 -
1 - ' - ' - ‘B: M. 'WATSON,
Old Oolong NurSeries,
, .'. .
1 1 314 ANTS AND SEEDS
Kepai4 by mail.
S IN GR E AT V A R I . E TA%
1 , PRICE LIST NOW READY.
1 . -
. I B. M. WATSON. 1
1 . ''' Plymouth, Mass.'
TO AGENTS AND DEALERS
TII.ERS AND SEED;
Wholeoale patrAogne .for 1864
Carriage cif•Paoktiges paid to
BOSTON, NEWPORT AND NEW YORK
'B. M. WATSON,
Old Colony Nnriories,
' Plymouth, Mass
Chambersburg Pa. I would offer to the _public.
a Well selected assortment of Fruit Trees, Apple,
Poach. Pear and Plum, of all leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental Trees, Such as Maples, - Linden,
Ash; Horse Chestnut, Evergreens, Norway Spruce,
American Balsam Fin,Arbor Vittes in Variety.—
Hardy Shrobs, such as Spireas in large variety,
Weigelia.s mid Deutaias; many of these are well cal
culated for cemetery lots Honeysuckles, Forsythias,
Also, ('cranes, Cati*ba, C,oneord, Diana,
Delaware, Rebecca, &c.
berr Currants, the leading kinds ; Raspberries, Straw.;
Flowers—Roses. Verbenas, Heliotrope, Gcrani-
UM& Fuschsias, Petunias. -
All of which will be sold at reasonable prices for
••ash. The usual Kitchen Garden Plants, by the
dozen, hundreds - or thousands.
Send fora, circular, as all applicants are supplied
free. [feb 24-4 m) JACOB HEYSER, Agent.
QWEET POTATOES. -50,000 Nanse
kj inond SWeet Potato Plants _now ready at RY.
DER'S NURSERY, hear Loudon, at 35 cents per
100 at the Nursery; delivered2by our Carriers and
Agents at 40 cents per hundred..
4W — Make your ridges high and narrow, plant thorn
nearly toll length, one foot apart in the row.
rarylB-2t ' B. L: RYDER.
- - •
VQRWAY MAPLE TREES. from 8 to ,
.I_ll 12 feet high and: viiorous. A handsome Tree,
teach resembling the ,Sugar Maple, but of more
certain and rapid growth.
Price 40(030 cents each; $3 5006 per -dozen •,
:MO Per 100.. • r. JACOB
mar23] • Kestonh Nursers. Harrisburg
( - 111ERRY TREES.—A fine assortment
kl of about Porty,bleet varietiez, trees of large site
had rigorous. '
Price, 30, ets 50 cts, 75 eta each; $3, $5. $7 per doz.,
fdB, s2o, $35 per 100. J. MISH.
mar 16-tf] Keystone Nursery, Harristig, Pa.
IGORSE CHESTNUT TREES.--Ortii
' nary eizee for planting, 50 cents each ; Smaller
44e—from 6 to 7 feet l -25 cents each : $2 50 per doz;
-;16 per 100. , JACOB 111ISB. •
mar ) Keystone:Nursery, Harrisburg..
N - ANSE - M0 . 1%1"D SWEEP POTATO
• 1 -
~.,...1 iPLANTS Kiteben Garden, and Flower Gar
den Plants, always on han_d_, at
naylB-2t F4RNt.,' STOCKIi GROCERY.
.! • ' ,
GEO. A. DEITZ. I I TENCH M'DOWELL
bEITZ fic, OWE L L
*ILL PAY TSB
HIC T HEST PRICE IN CASH,
F L 0-U It
R Y R,
TIMOTIIY S 1 1),
I ALL KIN OF PRODUCE
•LL KINDS OF
CI II E A F 0 R ., p, Ag,
D,.EI M'D O.W.E L L'S
WAREHO.tTSE ANA COAL YARD
• IigIaTrgATI.LLSIX STREET.
]pn17,63. . -
NTEW FIRM.--COAL COAL !
I3ERI LUMBERILEO. EBERT & SON
hitvir4airch aged the Coal sold Lumber Y aid of Ge'o.'
A. Delta, .continue to carry on the
ess, and will 'always havelkn hand alarges •I. ply, of
f l umber and Coal. They will ba prelmsed fill all
,orders at thesliortest notice. They respectfallY
licit the patronage of the late firm and the public
generally, and all who may desire Coal and Lumber
to give them a call, feeling assured!that no means
will be spared to accommodate those on the most
reasonable terms. , fun17,63-tf.
cONSTT 'r tr T IQ I!F;JFE. BYTOM%
' 'COMPOSED OF •
JODlrrt POTAS I SIUM,'•
With the Compound Concentrated Fluid Extract of,
R - OOTS AND Hilf.BS,: f .
PREPARED - BY WM. H. GItEOG, M. D.,
Graduate College of Physicians and Surgefins,
Y.. formerly Asst. PhYsieian Blackwell's Island
Hospitals, late Medical. Inspector N. York
State Volunteer Depots, under Geyer
- . nor Edwin D. Morgan.
CONSTITUTION. LIFE SYRUP
A REVOLUTION IN MEDIUM'
What may seem almost incredible is, that' mazy
diseases hitherto considered''hopelessly incurable
are frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we
cheerfully invite the-investigations of the liberal
minded and scientific to-cures which have no paral
lel sit the present:day.
Oar medicine is peculiar, by it the seat of anydis
ease is directly reached, and the equilibrium res
Those who have suffered long from painful and ob
stinate diseases !
Those who have vainly sought relief from adver
tised medicines, - -
Those who cannot be cured by otherphysioians—
Aie invited t.6;ate'V Constitution Life Syrup , '
- Duringthe pastfivOyears we have contended with
obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean a 8
were, ever encountered by any Reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CIIItE.
some say "your cures are too quick," while oth
ers doubt their performance, and think that diseas
es can only be cured by the "slow, recuperative pro
cass of Nature." This is our reply:
In health. the body, like a well-balanced scale, is
in a state of equilibrium. But when from any emirs
down goes one side of .the scale, we have the effects
of disease. What is required is, to restore the nor
mal Valance of the scale.
CONSTITUTION:, LIFE SY13:131).
*Positive and specifie remedy for all diseases ari
i3mg from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD.
and for nil (hereditary) DISEASES transmitted
from PARENT TO CHILD.
llemiplegia. Paresis, Paraplegia, Paralysis Agitans.
It is 'so universally admitted that Constitution
Life Symp . is the only effective means of restoration
in the variants forms of Paralysis, that we.need. not
reiterate that itis ethphatically the Great Life-Giv
Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Wantof Ap'tite
Weight atStomach Biliousness. Constipation.
Flatulence. Bad - Breath.
Struma. Glandular Swellings. Salt Rheum.
jiing's Evil. 'Erysipelas. • • 'Ulceration.
' This taint, heriditary and acquired, flllinglife with
untold misery, is by all usual medical remedies in
Arthritis. Neuralgia. Tic Doloureaux.
Lumbago. Sciatica. Gout
If there is any disease ip which - the Constitution
Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and
its kindred affections. The most intense pains are
almost instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are
reduced. Cases, chronic or -vicarious, of 20 or AI
years' standing, have been cured by us. "
Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. St.Vitus'D'ace
Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will blegs
the day on which they can read these lines. Partic
ularly to weak, suffering woman will This medicine
prove an inestimable blessing-directing their foot
steps to a hope whiclifulfils more than it promises.
Salivation. - - Rotting of bones. '
Bad Complexion. Aches in Bones.
Feeling of Weariness.
Depression of Spirits.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purges the sys
tem entirely from all the evil effects orMERCURY,
miming the . Bad Breath, and curing the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Cal
omel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gauls
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
OONSTIT-UTION LIFE SYRUP
Eradicates, toot and branch, all Eruptive Diseases
of, the skin, like
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
And all other difficulties of this kind, which n
much diifigure the outward appearance of both
males and females, often making thenra disgusting
object to theinselves and their friends.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP-
CURES'ALL SWELLING OF THE GLANDS,
Either of the Face, Neck, or 'Female Breast, and
should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected.
thus preventing their breaking: and producing tron
bleSome Discharging Sores, which disfigute many
of the younger portion of the community. from six
_years of age. Young children are very
subject to Discharges from the Ears., which depends
upon a Scrofulous constitution. These cases soon
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup
All scrofulous persons suffering from General. De
bility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the
Limbs, abdomen, and in the Female, Dr•psy of the
ovaries and womb_ generally accompanied with In
flammation and Ulceration of the Uterus, arepr
manently cured by-Constitution, Life Syrup. The
disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be
taken for some time, as the disease is exceedingly
chronic and stubborn, and will not be removed with
out extra effort.
Tumors of the Ovaries, Tuinors of the Breast and
swelling of other glands of the body will - be com
pletely reduced without resorting to the knife or
Epileptic Fits,, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, - as Palpitation, Diseases of the Valves,
producing a. grating or filing sound, Droirsi of the
Heart Case, and all the affections of this important
organ, (persons.snffering from any acute pain in the
region of the heart,) will be greatly relieved by
Coast titian Life Syrup.
p . 'o 1 N .
BROKEN-DOWN ANDDELICATE CONSTITUTIONS
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion Pain in
the Back, IForeboding
oss of Metnory, Forebodin
Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimnesa of Vision,' Dry,
Rot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep. Restless
ness, Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude of
the Muscular System; all require the aid of Consti=
tution Life' Syrup. ' -
FOR ALL-FORMS OF
either of the Nose, .Throat, Tongue, Spine. Fore
head or Scalp, no remedy has,ever proved its equal.
MOTILPATCLLES upon the female face, dePen7
ding upon a diseased action of the Liver, are very
unpleasant to the Youn_g wife and mother.' A few
bottles of Constitution Life Syrup will. correct the
secretion and remove thedeposit, which is directly
ender the skin. L s
In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Languor.
Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or annleer
ated or cancerous condition of that orgam accent-
Panted with burning 'and other unpleasant symp
toms ', will be.relieved by the usasof Constitution
Life Yrup. - . .
AS 'A GENERAL- 13LOOD:PUR 14. ING AGENT
THE LIFE SYRUP STANDS UNRIVALLED
' BY ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD.
CR M E ,
Diseases of the Spine, as usually developed ip the
young, Hip Disease, Neuralgia. and all Nerdotts,dl
- -and Ladies who are suffering from Diseases
for which they are at a loss. to - know what to
we would advise the uso of Constitution Life Syrup.
It will restore their pallid countenance, strengthen
,theiryeak bacle and side; give them mew • energy,
neir hfe and happiness. -
. THE - Rapti AND POOR -
are liable to , t seine diseases. Nature and Sei
pare bave'made the Constitution Life Syrup-for the
benefit of all.
k BURR 'BLOOD '
Produces healthy tneestd women,- and if the Con
stitution is neglected in youth,. disease and early
death is the result.. Do not delay -when' the means
are so 'near ay hand, and within the reach of ttIL
TO'DIOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES.,
It is tfie — safest and most efficient medicine'eviti dis
covered , tbr purifying the system and relieving the
suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strength
ens both the-mother- and the' child. prevents pain
and diseture, and increases and enriches the food,—
Those who have used it think it indispensable. It,
i s highly useful both before and after confinement:
es Wprovents disease attendant upon childbirth.
" coNsTrrttposx SYATJP
IS THE POOR MAN'S . FRIEND ADM THE,
• RICH MAN'S BLESSING.
'PVT IM,TAKE AND BE CURED,
17-IS - ',UNV I ERSAI , 131 ITS, •EkT.4OTB.I,
6o p~opnottU l ', N York.
pirE $l. PEE, BOTTLEy6 BOTTLES FOR 'SS:
Ait''Ser4 by•EaPiesa to Alltarta of CI tsamintryi;
• ' • MO/WAN & .5%
- Wholesale - Druggists, AGENTS,
- Cliff Street, New York,
Sold by Johnson Holloway CowdeniPhiladeD ,
phia, Pa., and all Druggists.
For sale by A. J. MILLER; Chambersburg. -
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