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orprfE FRA.NKLIN CLOTHING- EM
-IPORIUM. . .
• :, - NE - wES'T -STYLEL
LARGEST STOCK--CHEAPEST PRICES.
The tiedersigned eau assure the public, and defies
imcoossful contrudivtion, that Ms recent purchases in
'the Eastern Cities enables Min to , oCer one of the
largest and most attract/ 4 ' e stfmkspf
-- F or t h e & r ing ,trad Woolitt , r :Smola-ay./ 1864 , , to be
found in any siynilar estabrahmer4 in thi s , e , tion.f
Every variety of F,
. AND VESTS,
Made in the verS b E st stYles mid at the lowvst prices.
GENTLEMEN'S FUItNISIIING GOODS,
inch. as Shirts.. Sc Special Collars, Cravats, Neckties,
Special attention is called to
I invite an examination of my stook of Fine Cloths,
Kerseyrneres, Vesting's. &e., which I manufacture
<upon special orders.
I beg to say that my Goods are manufactured un
der my own supervision, and by the very best work
men. _My preteatstoek is the most extensive I have
yet had in store. and I respectfully ask my friends
and the publ i c t o give ate a -call before purchasing-
Weewhere• Remember the old wand.
• T. HosKrNsox,
Franklin Hotel Building,
Corner of the Diamond and West ket F,t..
o . Chamberharg, Pa.
FELLIOTT, CLOTHIER,, South
. Wcs.t corner of the Diamond, nest door to the
Auk, Chambersburg. has just returned from the
ity with a large stock of superior and seasonable
loods,'sueh es CLOVIS, CASSDIERES. SATIN
TTSA JEANS. CORDS. &e., for Coats; and VEL.
VET& SATINS. MARSEILLES and other Vest-
C,,,,,.. A Ipo, a very fine selection of READY-MADE
LOTHING, whi”h he is prepared to sell at the very
lowest market prices.
CUSTOMER NVORIC—As lie employs a first-rate
cutter, he is prepared to make up all kinds of Gar
ments, for Men and Boys, to order, in the best styles.
Satisfaction will be guaranteed. ,
A large assortinent of GRNTT.F.MtIi'S FraNtsnrc4
nuns, such as Shirts, Drawers, Collars. Handker
ieE4. Stisimatlers, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas &c. &e. ways on hand, Give him a call and save money.
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S. FUR
IIMIN(4 STORE and SHIRT MANUFAC
TORY, N 0.814 Chestnut St.. 4 doors below"the Con
tinental, Philadelphia. Particular attention given
'to ordered Shirts. A pettfeet St guaranteed. Per
*Ow at a distance can order by the following Shirt
-men:ores: the Neel:.
around the Neel:. ••
- " • Chest under the Arms, 14 ' •
" • Waist.
Lmgth of Arms 4bent) from centre of bia : to mid
dle of hand.
Length of Bosom at Side,
ipt C. W A BORX C O.'S,
• WITOLFtSALF. AND RETAIL
READY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
os. 5 and 7 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Merino and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers,
ravats, Scarfs. Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Shirts,
rappers and Dress Stocks made to order by meas
urement;, and warranted to give satisfaction.
Orders may be left with S. S. SHRYOCR, Cham
be berg. - se23.
SA' ON BROTHER,
InRCTI ANT TAILORS.
' No. 900 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
Titling received it liberal share of patronage from
(lhambersburg and vicinity, we are encouraged to
ask formore. The excellence of our goods and our
work, and the care we tale to give entire ..Qatisfae
tion, are a sufficient guarantee that we value our
reputation. [n011.63-Iy.] WESTON 3: BROTHER.
A MERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
-La. TRUST CO,, Corner 4th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual ' Authorized Capital, $500,000. Paid-Up Cap
Philadelphia, Feb. 4,_1864.
:The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received
On MUTUAL PotActgs during the year ending
December 31st, 1883. and in force at that date, the
dbove amount to be 'credited 'to said Policies. and
have alswordercd, the, dividend of 1860 on Policies'
issued during that year to be paid. as the annual
premiums on said Policies are received. ,
Secretary and Treu.rorer--Jotni S. Wilson
BOARD-OP TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin,
J - . - Edgar Thomson. George Nugent, Hon. James Pol
lock, Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
Work, William J. Howard, lion: Joseph Allison,
Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Heaz
litt, Isaac liardehurst.
War. G. Itlmn, Cliambershurg. Pa., is the author=
iced Agent of the American Life insurance and
Trust Company, and is always prepared to furnish
pamphlets or any information wanted, and to take
Insurances. OFFICE, in the Repernitory
This. J. C. RICHA RDS and W. H. BOYLE, Medical
REFERENCES—Hon.A.K. McClure, Rev. S. J.
....igicoulb3, J. S. Nixon, CharuherstMrg. and Wm. M.
Marshal Cashier Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please• call on, or by addressing the under
-1;1110d they will be waited on in any Part of the
County or State. W. G. REED, Agent.
tEsl.othee in the REPOSITORY Building, Clam
bersburg, Pa. -
FIRE 82 9 CH
On January 1,1S(1
UNSETTLED CLIIISS, I INCOM FOR 1834
• • SB,4P. "$lOO,OOO.
Loss P:.[D•SINCE 1529 $5,900,000
PERPETUAL XVI) TEMPORARY _POLICIES
ON MEI:IIAL TERMS.
•DIRECTORS: • .
Charles N. /3ancker, Isaac Lea,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale;
Sameel Grant, Geo.l.Pii.les,
4aeob It. Smith,. Alfred Fitter,
4.;oorge W. Richards, Eras. Is_.' Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. BANCK ER, President.
El/WALD C.'DALE, Vice President. •
JAS.. W. WALLISTER, Sec'y pro. tern.
DAVID OARS is - the
. authorized Agent of the
Company in Chgmbeirsbur. who will furnish all in
formation Tmeessary to applicants. mar2.3-tf
NSU ANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. InArporated 1794. Charter Per
petual. CAPITAL iUU,OOO. Office 2:32 Walnut
street, Philda. The prompt paymentof Claims for
Losses (hiring the period of nearly sevoutY'Yettr ,
that. Min Company has been in existence; entitles.
them to the confidence of thepuhlie. ,Persons wish
inito insure will please call on or address the un
dersigned. W. G. REED, Agent;
REPOSITORT Buildings, Chamborsburg, Pa.
BEFERF:NCF.S—J.I). Grier, ' J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin. - martn
111;11, AG ENT.-11r. joint ;GROVE. of
OtOunberstme. is the General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. i un7l
NEW :NLA.RBLE YARD.—tlie under
isigned respectfully annonn aes (ilto th citizens
of Franklin County that he hasoponed a tev• .Mar
ble Yard in the room formerly_ occupied by Dr.
Hamilton, directly opposite J.S. Nixon's Drug Store,
Moan Street, ChambersLurg, whero'he will keep on
hand or make to order all articles in his line ofbus
baess, such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
TONES: MANTELS. TABLE and ST AND TOPS,
c- _manufactured from the.Yery•best Foreign and
Ho respectfully solicits a call from those who may
be in want of any article in the above line. lie 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 chasteness of his
JOHN A., GROVE.
PRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY
—MigsMenyßAltsrrz would inform her friends
and the public ghnerally, that she has just received
from the Eastern Cities a new and carefully Selected
assortment of MILLINERY GOODS, LADIES'
DRESS TRIMMINGS, Ste.
.-• BONNETS and FIATS made and trimmed in
the latest and most fashionable style, at short notice.
Rooms opposite Montgomery's Hotel. f may 4
BOOK B I N R Y.—S. R. . FISH-
Eit Jc 00,'S Book Bindery is on the Third
Story of the 'MESSENGER" OFFICE BUILD
ING, on the Diamond, above Shryoek's Book Store.
Entrance be'tvemthe Book Store, and the Inland
Telegraph , Ofroe. - Old :Books,- Periodicals. Music,
NowsPllPOts; bound in anY style.. Blank Books
vadat° order: - Paper ruled to WY pattern. iafi,d4
-1 - ( goal, .timber, &c.
6EO. A..DEITZ. I TEXCII M ' DOWELL
D BIT D OWB L
HIGHEST. PRICE IN CASH;
F L 0 U It,
ALL KINDS OF pRoDucE
S A L 2,
PLASTER AND SAND,
CHEAP F 0 R-CASH,
D,E I'T Z. & O \ WD L
WAREHOUSE. AND ,COAL YARD,
_ RAIL 'LOAD DEPOT,
NORTH CARLISLE STREET,
EW FIRM.—COAL ! COAL ! LIM-
.BERR LUMBER!—LEO. EBERT & SON
ha-wing purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A.-Deitz. will continue to carry on the same-busi
ness, and will always hare on hand a large supply of
Lumber mod Coal. They will be prepared to fill all
orders'at the shortest notice. They respectfallY so
licit the patronage of the hue firm and the public
generally, and all ,who may de ire Coal and Lumber
to give them a call. feeling assured, that no means
will be spared to accommodate thlise en the most
reasonabl9 terms. jun17,63-tf.
M ,P 0 J R T- e R S
WINES AND LIQUORS
LAUMAN, SALLADE-,k CO.,
No. 128 SOUTH NIICTIT ST.,
BETWEEN CHESTNUT AND WALNUT STREETS. -
GF,O. M. LAD - MANI
A. M. BALLADE,
J. D. BITTING.
RIVESE, GARDRAT g CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF IRA -
EACH HOTTL?, SEALER WITH GREEN WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
LAUMAN, SA LADE k CO.
,SUPERIOR OLD "MADEIRA WINIfi,
FINE SIIERRY, CLARET AND -
AND AY ASSORTMENT OY
PINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE'S & CO.'S
VERY FINE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WAN
- WITH THE INITIALS OF TJJE Firm.
~ ..... '971,000
LAHMAN, SALLADE S CO,,
1c0.128 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
WERTS'S WHISKEY, -
READING - WINES.
LAHMAN;iSALLADE & CO 3 ,
N 0.12. SOUTH NINTH ST.,
DR. W . W. SCHLOSSER.. on. minicohul
1 - 1 TIS T Y.—Office in Mr. 'Ji)flx
Nows Ben, oi so. Second Floor, immediately
opposite the Franklin House. rinsing had an ex
perience of a number of years, and for the last four
-years in Chambersburg ; they feel warranted in sav
ing that they will he able to please any one who
may give them a call. -
T - E - ETIVHCS ETU ED
From one to a full set; iiiiTitieliciccWlrer i Keyo.
plastic or Vulcanite Amber Ikea at prices more
reasonable for neat and substantial work Than any
other Dentist outside of
.the cities. Teeth and Roots
skilfully extracted or plugged to last for life. Tar
. ter and other foreign substances removed: th ashcan
tifying ard preserving the teeth. Gold and Silver
Plates neatly repaired or taken in exchange for. the
'Vulcanite Amber Base, which is much cheer,
more durable and lighter than metal ic or other plate.
and is worn with perfect etut and comfort, being
kept in its plaeo by atmospheric pressure, The plate
will not corrode or oxidize. as will a metalie plate:
Specimen plates to be seen at the office, where con
sultation can be had at anytime. Satisfaction guar
anteed or no charge. BcM a,crefe rencey iven. laP27
UE'lif 0 V A L. -DR. J. K. REID,
Dentist, has removed his office from the corner
of the Public Square, where hp practised so many
years, to the corner of Main and Queen Streets,
above Heyser & Cressler's Drug Store, Chambers
burg, Pa., whore he will he pie:ascii to receive the
calls of Ins friends. Jun 17.63. ,
DR. N. SCHLOSSER, HAS REMOVED
his Dental Office to the Diamond, opposite the
Chambershurg Bank, on the Second. floor of the
Mansion. House, where he can always be found,. be
tween the hours of 9A. M:. and 4 M. apl3-tf
TOB PRINTING iri.every ekle do'xie at
eJ the Office of the FRASFiLIX•BIIPCI3I2OIT.
WILL PAY THE
TI SSOTILY SEED,
ALL 'ICINDB OP
Pr" #01.14.* :14PFIfii,41% . 4.44tikk ISA
Al ; D MACHINERY
We are now prepared to fill orders for
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND'_
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
as well as SMALL TOOLS for-the Farm and Oar-
den, such as
Fines, Forks, Rakes, etc
- and 4rwsilooks,
Scythes, and Scythe-Stones,
and Agricultural Hardware.
We offer, also, a largo assortment of our own man-
Coffee and Grain Mills,
Sugar Mills for Grocers` use,
Store Trucks of Various patterns.
'Wheel -Barrows, etc.
E_T I L I Z-E R S
of all kinds, such as
.Cog's Superphosphate of Lime,
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvian Guano and Poudrette
IN OUR SEED-DEPART34EN'T
will be found a complete zelection of the best,kinds
Of VegeLible; Flower
and Gras, Seeds
and Seed Graiu
raised expressly for us by the aiost reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GROWERS
The unremitting, personal attention of the best
Seedsm.en is given to their quality. and our euqtom
ers may rely on their freshness and purit;in LI re-
I_`,llre sell in small or large qutintitieAto suit pureha-
sera, and send in small lots by mail to all parts of
-he United States. L
We will forward Priee-Lists and Dezeriptire Circe-
Lars to all desiring them.
R. 11. ALLEN
189.191ttn(1193 Witter Street, New York
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE
witli,Sfeel Folding Finger-Ear and two
_s now reedy for sale
In convenience and lightness of draft, this is str-
perior eti•en to the old Stylt‘ of Allen Mower so long
and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its parts,
with the exception of Drive-Wheels and Gears, are
male of Steel or Wrought andleable hon. It is
thus the strongest and lightest machine in the
TMPORTANT TO FARMERS.—The
il2 cheapest . rind best "Thresher and Cleaner " is
" Wheeler & ALkilick's Improved Patent Railway
Power and combined THREISEIER AND CLEAN
ER." This machine is manufactured at the small
I advance of 10 per cent, over that of last year. The
limners are readily adopting it everywhere. It
saves labor, and expense, and does more and better
work than any other machine. Price of a two-horse
machine kivo, of a three-horse machine who. These
prices embrace everythingcomplete. This machine
ha. , - advantages that are greatly superior to any
other. One is thatit can be used entirely in the
I Barn floor, and that the power can he conveniently
used for cutting fodder. shelling corn, cuttingstrirw,
sawing wood, &e. And it .r.squires' less power and
fewer hand- Unto any other, .
PALMER'S EXCELSIOR SELF-SUSTAINING
I HORSE PITCHFORK, has many advantages over
Lothers, among which are: it is self-cost tinmg, re
(tubing no attention until its load is to be discharg
ed., By the - use of the pulleys furnished• with the
forks it will swing "(Meetly over the mow, When it
discharges its lead, by simply; pulling the cord. II
I has a handle but 1$ inches in length. This patent
has been awarded the Preutium at the New York
I State Fair, Itud - dt all the County Fair-, wherever
exhibit6l. ; ._ _ _ _ . _ _ _- •
6AIITtI'SGREEN MOUNTAIN SHINGLE
AND HEADINIINACHINE, is a new and alua
hie improvement in machines for Manufactaring
Shingle and Heading, cutting obliquely, or other
wise, any desk ed thickness or length, up to 1:4
inches. This Machine can be sot up and run by an
ordinary water power. It will saw one thousand
shingles per hour.
Mr. liobert Black, ofFayettevill, Franklin county,
Pa., i the Sole Agent thr Franklin and Adams
counties. Agy information desired respecting nny
or all of these machines can he obtained by either
calling upon in person, or addressing hint by letter.
Persons wishing any of these machines will please
make their orders soon. as it requires sOl4O time to
get them front the manufacturer. None will, he or
dered but those that are sold. They will be furnish
ed at manufacturer's prices, transportation added.
CHA!.fil'u , :nran, May 11', NIL
Rolfreq Block. if.erb—Lear Sir: I have thoroxiallly
tested the Tread-power in tinning all kinds (,f.Nla
ehinery obout the Barn, and I have had the most
approved Lever-powers tried at my Barn also, and
I unhesitatingly recommend the Tread-power. I
run all my machinery—thresher and cleaner, corn
shelter, chOpping-mill, fodder-cutter. and cirenlar
ave, with a two-lior, , e Tread-power, and the power
is ample and two horses can give the same if not
greater power than tour can with the lever-power.
and the labor is no more severe on the horses. In
'short, regard the l l.l.A:4:l-power as having every
advantage over the ,ever power, and it must soon
'be universally adooted by facp, ol ,
- Very Bespeetfulfr Tours.he.
Apply to the undetsignediu Greenwood. Franklin
county. rmay.lB-4ml ' 808 -BL ACK.
GOOK'S SUGAR E V Al' .0 it 'U
manufactured by, Et YMY1:11, BAT t'S Y DAY,
Mansfield, Ohio.—We are willing to guarantee that
from two acres of good Cane. a sutifident number of
golloni of Syrup can be produced to cover cost of
Machinery. capable of nothing eighty gallons of
Syrup per day, which et fifty cents per gallon, will
Pay for cost of Mill and Evaporator in 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 noneln market. An
acre of good Cane will produce from 2 to 3W gallons
of Syrup. „
SORGO - SEED.—We offer a Superior Article, se
lected byt 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 tiro United States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs. ' • • ' "
Clark Sorgo Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by •
W. U REED, Agent.
Office—Rigrosyrotrr Building, Chamb'g, Pa.
Arii- The Soren Hand-Book sent free to any per
son asking for it. ' -marM
T ° F A R .141 E R S.
' THE 'WALKER -HORSE RAKE
• is acknowledged to he the
Neateet,,Simpleat; Cheapelf and: moat .Rake
now in use.
Any boy of ten years can - work-it - with-case • will'
not got out of older, it tr 4 gives universal satisfiihtion. -
Warranted in overy particular, and can ballad trout
$6 to $8 loWer than any other Spring' Tooth Wheel
Rake. For farther partici, tars apply to . the -mann
facturer. D D. ESHELM, AN,
ittp.2l)-3m) Shirleysbarg, Hilativgdon co.. `Pa.- •
FARMERS' F 01 : 1 :1i:DRY
31 A. C H-I NE. S. H, 0 lk- - :
The undersigned would respectfully call the atten
tion of Farmers. Millers and others. to th.-Oid -
Establishment, at the Brifipl,on West-afar-.
_ • ket Street, formerly oceurned - bYChris-' • '
tian Stouffer, where they have erect
Steam Polvtte, and at : o pre
, • to Manufacture
' ' ' ALL KINDS OF i =-: " '
FARMING- . IMPLEMENTS,-
Threshing Machines, ,
. Clover Hullers. -
- Horse PoiNeri. ; . ,
Corn Shellers, . .
Fodder Cutters, -- '
' I Hay Rakes, . • , Grain Drift&
. . ,
' . 1 flay Pitchers,
'• 4, Plows, 8-e.
'We have constantly on hand Sycles, Reaper Points
or Guards, &0., for the repairing of Mann Y's. Whit
neck and Buckeye Reapers. Farming Implement- 4
of every,kind repaired at short notice and in a work,
manlike manner. ,
We keep constantly on hand the
' BUCKEYE it RAFE R
tifat has become So deSerlmtly
,popular with our
b'ariners in this section of thb State.. We would het a
caution, the public from an imitations of .this ma
chine iillered for sale in this county. and advise• all
who wish the genuine, Buckeye Reaper to call at
our establishtnent, as we are the agents for the salt
ofthis popular Reaper.
Having also Purchased the right for the 6013 and
manufacture of WILLOUGHBY'S PATENT (HIM
SPRING GRAIN DRILL, we will keep them con
stantly on hand,. ready for work. Repairing`to
the , e machines done promptly.
;THE PAYEE RN S ofthe Seibert Foundry haying
been purchased by this establishment, and harms
erected a Foundry, they are •prepared to make all
kindsvf CASTINGS, such as Mill 'Gearing, Mill
Shafting, Mill Spindles, and all kinds of Im - whiner;
WO would Zan special attention the Plow Cast
itirs and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand:
REPAIRING of all kinds of Farming Imple
ments done to order,
Noel EYSTER A BRO.
AMMO NI A t r,AL 1)
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PIIOS,PHATE OF 'LIME, to
which hasbeen added: by a chemical process, a iurg,•
per centage, of actual Ammonia, so fixed that if; can
not evaporate, making it equal, if not superior to
any other fertilizer. ' ,
• Pamphlets with'copies of Analyses by Dr. :tacit
son, Mass.. State Assayer, and Dr. Liebiy i , of Bold
more, and testimonials froni scientific Agriculturists,
showing its value. Can be obtained from k
THE SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM
M A CHIN IST—Devoted re Northern Ca ne and.
Saga r‘Bect Culture, ImproverbFarm Machinery and
Progressiveltusbandry. Published monthly. One
cops I Sear; $l.OO. Sulmeriptrom.`received by
W. G. REED,
ilp6] Ment,for Clark Sorg() Machine Co.
T 0 MILLERS AMU FARMERS.--
DMZ & M'DO WELL havebne hundred tons
of the best PLASTER fur sale. aim-8.11-2e
Cruz, Wait% anti' 'Ftlies.
pY D E S FRANKLIN .COrNTY
JAINITRSEBIES. -- rRUITANDORNAMRNTAGTREES
GRAPE VINES, STRAWBERRY PLANTS,'ETC,-The
largest stock to select from in the county. Every
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that
is at all desirable., can be' supplied from the emu
inonest standard Fruit Tree, to the rarest and most
choice native Or foreign species or variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Ti ees are unusual
ly fine, stout' heavy trurrks, furnished with tine
hraoching head , . from throe to five feet ft om the
Found, as may he desired. Our aim is to grow - the
hest of everything pruning, and cultivating upon
scientific principles, consequently, our_produetiont•
re not offered in competition - with Trees grown
upon the old let-alone system. An invitation is ex
tended to all who are intere,stetf in fruit culture, to
conic and see for themselves: - • •
A large stru of greenhouse and Bening Plants.
Be.. Roses, e.. ingots, will he ready in - April and May.
Enclose a thrca rent stamp for desenntive :Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees. &o.
Address, B. L.RYDER
'West Franklin Nurseries, '
mar 16-tf Near Loudon. Franklin Co.. Pa.
I - Z - EYSTONE NURSERY.—L•The sub
v scriber is prepared to furnish most articles us-'
ually to be found in Nurseries, of good. quality and,
at reasonable rates.
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of ,y
.Apples, Cherries, Pettely_.
Dwarf and Standard Pears,
• Apricots. Plums,
Also, tau be furnished a' good assortment of
EVERGREEN - TREES,.
Evergreen - rind other Shrubbery. Shaft Trees. Co.
Great Facilities are posessed for shipping articles
to all parts of the country, as the Nursery immedi
ately adjoins the City of Harrisburg.
mar .10-tf JACOB MISH. Harrisbarg,
ICI N 4N' N UIi,S Eli Y
Chambersburg Pa. I would offer to the public
a well selected assortment. of Fruit. Trees. AriMa,
Peach. Pear and Plum, of all leading varieties.—
Also, - Ornamental Tress, awl' , as Maples, Linden.
A;11, Horse Che'stmg; Evergreens, Norway Spruce.
Atai!rican•Palsam Fla, Arbor Vitals in variety.—
Hilidy Shrubs. such as Spireas in large variety.
‘reigelins and Penult's. many of these arc Iva cal
aula ted for cemetery lots Honeysttehles, Forsythias
Also. Grapes,Catawba, Isabella. concord. Diana
Delaware. Rebvea, &c.
malt?, the Icailiag kiwis ; Itssp')exties, iStram
Plowers—Roses, Verbenas, Heliotrons,' 'qerani
Lisps. Ftmh , ios, Petunias. -
Alfol which will be sold at reasonable prices
The usual Kitchen °avian Plants-, by tb
dozen. hundreds thousands.
Send for a circular, as all timilientit3 'arc snpidie.
Ere: , [feb 24- tut] ; JACOB HEY FR, Agent.
TILE OPORTO GRIPE.—This, Grape
1 is not recommended particularly as a desert
fruit, hut makes an excellent' , dark eolorod, rich,
rcell belied Wine, =so eloaely resembling genuine
old-timed POIIII 11\INP) that none butexperieneed
judges can distingui,:h between' the two. Although
is b 4 manufactured extensively in Wktern :New
Yoris,the supply ih unequal to the demand, at from
$1 50 to per gallon.,
Vines for sale by the'subseriber, who has boon ap-,
pointed Agent for it lathe following pricea:.-
One to three years old, 25e to 50 ets each, 51 50 to
$.5 per dozen, :•. , 15 to *2lO per 100. JACOB MISR..
tour Id-if] Keystene, Nursery, .Ifai:risb'g. Pa.
IjEAR TREES.—Standard and Dwarf.
1. Year Trees of the leading and most valuable
iraidetlea: Among them can be furnished SO.IIO.
" EXTRA SELECTED " Tree, the Dwarf having
fruit buds and reedy for immediate bearing.
Price for good trees, 50 to 60 etc each—Extra se
lected 75 ets to *1 each.' Rate 4 lower by dozen.'
.T. :WISH, Keystone Nursery.,
VORIVAT MAPLE TREES. from S to
1.1 12 feet high and vigorous. A: hundHome Tree,
much resembling the Sugar Maple, but of more
certain and rapid gro*th.
Price 40<atiO cents each; . so(a ner dozen;s2o -
@4() Per 10. nfACOB `FISH,
ar'23] Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
CHERRY TREES . —A fine assorhnen
•of about forty best varieties, trees of large siz,l
Price, 30, cts 50 cts, 75 eta each: $3 $5. $7 per doz::
$lB, s'2s, $35 per 100.
mar 164) Keystone Nursersy. Harrisb'm Pa.
\HORSE CHESTNUT TREES.—Ord , •
it uiy Bizes for planting, 5Q cents each ; Small •
eize 7 -fr6m sto 7 feet-:-25 cents each :$2 5a joier 10
$lB per 100. • JACOB MIS H,
mar23.] • , Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
UROPEAN LINDEN—The Red4twit
ged variety. not subject to injury by the bore;
For sale at Kevstone'Nnrsery, Harrisburg. Pa. , .
Trees 10 to a 2 feet high; 75 cents each ; $7 per tie '1
mar23] • ' JA-CQB MISH.
EXCELSIOR ASH, a handsome, ormk
Mentil Shade Trim, of sure and rapid grniri
Trees from 8.,t0 12 feet high. 406.60 ce nts eaol
,S 3 50'46 per doe.; $20( 4 0 per 100. JACOB'MISIT,
mar] Leystone Nahlery, Ifarrisbm
PO,REN,TS OF. SOLDIERS in the se)
eir llcstithle, cnn farnith Mein witht
tbree.mentbs fer2r4"ct!.; six won
!la • ' -- .9Z4 Yeol fit S/ CO.
J. 0 BAKER, & CO„
87 \V - all Street,New York
HARNESS MANCIT'AbTOtti !
I: . ' , ,
Ike 4 , abseriber tresiipegay Worms hie, friends Ind
rthe public; tfiat he edittiiiires to earri Oil the
j, , shove htsiness - ut: his Pld Sttuad; on -: I
f WEST MAR k HT:STRHET.
- -014)6b - ite Miller's Hotel,
and keeps constantly am hand's general assort-
Riding and Wagon SEUldles. - • -
- -" •' -
• ' iuidriound,
- Black and Fair
Harness and Draft Collars...
Patent Leather. Collars (good quality).
' Bndles, . -
, • • • ... -
, Wagon Whips,
and everything in the litatherline can beTeind in
his slog, or made to order„at•naoderate.ratea.
A I'R N G .
done at short notice and on reasonabhi terms
- • TRUNKS AND VALISES'
!arrays on - hand and sold cheap,-Fpn CASH..
Va. He employ's none but the beat workmen.
ADDLERY !, 1 SADDLERY! !
Bridles,liarness, Colhirs, Trunks, Valises,
&c., - sigia of the HORSE COLLAR. - ,
• JEREMIAH' OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement
received from them heretofore, and he - would invite
them and the community generally, who may need
any thing in his line, to give him a Call at his old
stand, on the East side of Main , ,Street, Chambers-,
burg five • doors South of Huber & Tolbert's Hard
ware Store, where he keeps constantly on hand ev
ery variety, of SADDLERY: AND _HARNESS of
his ow:i manufacture, and he is prepared to sell the
same on terms that defy competition. Every article
offered for sale,is warranted to be ;made of the best
material and by - coMpetent worktneii, which will be
fully demonstrated on an examination thereof.
TRITNES AND VALISES.—He would also call
the .attention of persons wanting, a good, neat and
cheap and substantial Trunk or Valise to his assort
ment. - juncr7.63.
q l ll - MUT° at, l o l ti l ' Co l in V er of P ga f inl l and
Washington Streets, Chambersburg, Pa.,manufac
turers of all kinds of WHIPS, such as agon. Car
-tinge and Riding Whips, of various sizes and of SU,
trerior quality, which they offer to the public;eithet
by Wholesale or Retail, at very moderate prices.—
L ASHES Of all lengths kept constantly on hand and
fur sale by the dozen. very cheap. - They also maau
facture superior HORSE COLLARS, to which they
Orders from distance solicited and proMptly at
1)0_ ROAD-GEARS, *COLLARS,
LP HALTERS, 'and any thing in the Leather line
belonging to the Saddler's business, always on hand
and made to order, and nn reasonable terms. at
GORDON'S, opposite thi3 Indiah Queen Hotel, Main
G 0 R D,O N HAS 'A SUPERIOR
lot of SADDLES, - HARNESS: 'BRIDLES,
STIRRUPS, SPURS, .1. - c., which he will sell cheap
for cash or good trade.
(1 H. GORDON, successor to Diehl
kJ • ‘''z Gordon. gives notice to his customers and
others, that he is still at the Old Stand, opposite the
Indian Queen Hotel, 'Main St., Chambersburg, Pa.
I) ET' AIR 1N G DONE AT SHORT
1 notice, on reasonable terms, by C. 11. GOR
DON. He invites his friends to call and see him.
T o THE LAINES OF AMERICA
I,I7ON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
INCN'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
I.YpN's PERIODICAL DROPS, . . -
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY !
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
-LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
[.TON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
ARE BETTER-THAN PILLS!
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
• Lyon's Periodical Drops are
THE ONLY' FLUID PREPARATION -
ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
ever brought before the public, and as a diuretic and
-pecifre formegularities, challenges the world to pro
lure an equal; they are, in the mostobstinate cases,
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD:
IND CANNOT Ik:# HARM
th) CANNOT DO HARM
ND CANNOT' DO HARM
tND CANNOT DO HARM "
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TOI
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED , TOt
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIMESI
except when etpressly forbidden in the directions
which are wrapped around each bottle, and have th
written signature of Dr. JNO. L. LYON upon thorn.
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
HEiVARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
IiEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
They cure all those ills to which thefemale system
is subjected- with dispatch and a degree of certainty
a hich nothing -but a soientifiballycompounded fluid
preparation could reach.
USE NO OTHER!
USE NO, OTHER!
USE NO . OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
for my Drops stands before the world as the ne plus
pare of all remediei for ‘the cure of all diseases, of
the IfidneYs and Bladder. Leueorrhea, Prolapeus and
the mild but positive correttion of all irregularities.
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPONI
DO NOT BE IMPOSED 'UPON!
• DO 'NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON!
by those who have other preparations, which they
desire to palm off upon the strength of the popular
ity of my Drops, and who recommend their own nos
,. trains, thus appropriating to themselves the eon
stant demand for my Periodical Drops, as a medium
I for selling something which is worthless and ineffic
ient. But when the Druggist you apply .to has not
got them, either make him buy them for you, or else
enclose one Dollar to the nearest general wholesale
agent, who will send yon a bottle by ratan Exyess.
You will thus save yourselves trouble and o tain
. relief from the greatest Female Regulator o the
i Nineteenth Century.
Over 25,000 Bottles of this medicine have been sold
' within the last six months, and every Lady that has
used them, bat for the nature of the cure, would
furnish us witli,herswern certificate of their efficacy.
It takes but ono Dollar to makethe experiment, and
I appeal to those of your sex who aro suffering—will
I you waste away when a Single- Dollar will give you
instant relief. "PrePrepared slely by Dr. Jam. D.
I + YOs, Practising
Price $1 per bottle. -
C. G. CLARK & CO..
Wholesale Druggists Now Raven, Conn., Generiil
Agents for the United States and Canadas. ,
For sale,at Wholesale by
D. S.' BARNES & C 0 ... New York.
I , HEO. C. BANES & -CO., Boston.
JOHNSTON, BALD:MAY , &DOWDE N
6b463:-eowlY: ": '23 sortli Sixth St.. Ptiila.
With the Canipoiind Concentra:ea Einid Estract, of
LE- # IIT.E.T.CIEAL „.
- .ROOT 4 AND'HER.I3-S,
- PREPARED' BY VIM. H, „tatliEGG, M. D..
Graduate College of Ph' yicians and Surgeons. N. -
y. ; f orm eriy Asst. Phypelan Blackwell's Island
Hospitals, late Mcciteat Inspector N. York '
State'Volunteer Depots, under °over
• , i nor Edwin D. Morgan.
CONSTITUTION LIFE: SYRUP
What may seein almost incredible is; that many
diseases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable
are frequently cured in a few days orweoks, and we'
cheerfully.-invite the investigattons of the liberal
minded and scientific to cures which have no para.'
lel at the present day'.
.Our medicine is peculiar, by it the seat of anydis-'
ease is directly' reached, and the eq - ailibrinm res
Those who have suffered long from painful and olt
• stinate diseases.
Those who have vainly sought relief from adver-,
used - - '
Those who cannot be cured by - otheT phYsioians: , -
Diiringthe past five years we have contended with
obstacles and overcome owsition as herculean me
were everntantered by any Reformers.
, , 'SAPIDITY OF .VURE. •'"
Some say "yclureures are too quick," whirtioth
er doubt their performance, and think that ditteas.
esean only be cured by the "slow, recuperative pro-.
cessiof Nature." This is our reply: '
IR health, the body, like a well-balanced scale, Is
in a state of equilibrium. But when from any cause
dolvti goes one side of the scale, we have the effects
of disease. 'What is requiredis, to restore the nor
mal balance of the scale.
JAMES E. GILLAN
A positive and specific remedy for all diseases ari
sing from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD,
and for all (hcreditaiv) DISEASES transmitted
from PARENT TO ClifLD.
Hemiplegia. Paresis, Paraplegia. Paralysis Agitantff
It is so' universally admitted that Conititution
Life Syrapis the only effective means of restoration
in the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not
reiterate that it is emphatically the Great Life-Giv
Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Want . ofAplite
WeightatStomach Biliousness. Constipation.
Flatulence. Bad Breath.
Strums, Glandular Swellings. Salt Rheum.
King's Evil. Erysipelas. Ulceration. -
This taint, heriditary and acquired; fillin glife with
untold misery, is by all usual medical remedies in
Arthritil: Neuralgia, . Tic Dolonreaal.
Lumbago. Sciatica. . Gout
If eiere is, any disease in which. the Coneitution
Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and
its kindred. affections. The mostintense pains are
almost instantly alleviated—enormous swellings are
reduced. Cases, chronic or vicarious, of 20 or le
years' standing, have been cured by us.
Nerrws Debility. Shattered Nerves. St.Vitus'D'nee
Less Power. Confusion or Thoughts, Epilepsy.
ThOusands wlio have suffered for years will bless
the day on which they can read these lines. Partic
ularly to weak, suffering woman will this medicine
prove an inestimable blessing—direcan,T their foot
steps to• a hope which-fulfils more than it promises.-
Bad Complexlon: _
Aches in Bones.
Feeling of Weariness. Thpression of Spirits.
• CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purees the sys_•-
teni entirely from all the evil effects of MERCURY,
removing the ";Bad Breath, and curing the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Cul
omel is sure toproduce. It hardens Spongy Gams
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE S.YRUP•,.
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases '
• of the skin, like
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,- • • -
And all other difficulties of this kind, which sis
much disfigure the outward appearance of both .
males and females, often making them a disgusting
object to themselves and their friends.
CONSTITUTION LIFE ,t3YRUP
- CURES ALL SWELLING, OP THE GLANDSi , - -
Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast, and
should be taken as soon as the swelling-is detected,
thus preventing their breaking• and producing trou
blesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure .many
of the younger portion of the community; from six - -
to twenty years of age. Young children are Yell
subjectto Inscharges from the k.ars, which depends
upon a Scrofulous constitution. These eases-soon -
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup._
Al! scrofulous persons suffering from General De- - '
bility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the -
Limbs, abdomen, and in the Female, Dr 'pay of the
ovaries and womb , generally accompanied with In
flammation and ulceration of the Uterus, are per
manently_ cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The
disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life
Syrup will remove entirely.. The remedy should be
taken for some time, as the disease is exceedingly
chronic and stubborn, and will not be removed with
out extra effort.
00 NSTITUT lON LIFE SITUL
i RAS PRODSIOED
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE!
Rotting of bones.
Tumors of the Ovaries, Tumors of the Breast and
swelling of other glands of the body will be corn-
Pletely reduced. withont resorting to the knife or
operations of any kind: •
Epileptic Fits, SyMpiatbetie or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitation. Diseases of the-Valves.
a grating or filing sound, Dropsy of the ,
Heart Case, and all the affections of this important
organ, (persons suffering from any aeutepain in the
region of the heart,) will be greatly relieved by
Const tuti in Life Syrup. •
suffering from. Indisposition .to ' Exertion_,_ , Pain in
the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horror of
Ca!shifty; Fear of Disease, Dimness of Vision, Dry.
Hot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep. Restless
-nese, Palo, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitudeof
the Muscular System, all require the aid of .Consti
tution. Life Syrup.
FOR ALL FORMS OF
ULCERATED DISE-A SEIB,
either of the Nose, Throat: Tongue, Spine, Fore
head or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal.
MOTH PATCHES upon the female face, depen
ding upon a diseased action of the Liver, are very
unpleasant to the young wife and mother. A few
bottles of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the
secretion and remove - the deposit, whichis directly
under the skin. -
In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to - Jiang - don
Dizaineta, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer
ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom
panied with burning and other unpleasant symp
toms, will be relieved by the use of *Constitution
Life S. yrtin•
AS A GENERAL BLOOD-PURIFYING AGENT
THE LIFE SYRUP STANDS UNRIVALLED
BY ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD.
Diseases of the Spine, as usually developed iu the
young, Diseiu3o, Neuralgia and all Nervous di
seasas„ and Ladies who are suffering from DiSeases
for which they are at a loss to know what to do,
we would advise the use of Constitution Life Syrup. :
It will testoro their pallid countenance, strengthen -
theirweak back and side, give them new energy„
new life and happiness.
Tlit RICH AND POOR
are liable to the same diseases. Nature and'Sei
mice bare - made the Constitution , Life Syrup for the
benefit of all.
PrOduces healthy mon and 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 at hand, and iNithin the reach of all.
TO MOTHERS AND. MARRIED LADIES.,•-
It is the safest and most efficient medicine everdis`-
covered for purifying the system and•relieting the
suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strength
ens both the mother and the child, prevents - pain
and disease. and increases and enriches thefbod.—
Those who have used it think it indispensable. It
is highly. useful both before and after confineminit,
as it proventS disease attendant upon childbirth.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SITU' --
IS THE POOR MAN'ii FRIEND A.ND HR
RICH MAN'S BLESSING.
BUT IT, TAKE IT, AND BE CORED.
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN -ITS. EFFECTS!,
WM. H. GREG;, 31. D., •
sole Proprietor, New York.
" LABORATORY. BROOKLYN. L. 1., •
PRInE $1 PER BOTTLE; a BOTTLES FOR
ge:svat by Express to all partil/of the conntri.
MORGAN & ALT,Pti,
Wholesale Druggists. AGENTSi
46 Cliff Street, New. Yo rk.
Sold by Johnson, Irollowas & Cowden Philadel
phia, Pa., and BB Drage:its. • • •
For sale by A. JAITIARR. Chamberebuilvo "t • ':