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frEfF , - FRANKLIN CLOTHING-1. ' .
•:NEWEST - STYLES -
LARGEST STOoR'—CIIEAPEST PRICES.
Thit'underricned can assure the public, and - defies
succe -..K;ful contradiction. that his recent purchases in
the Eastern Cities enable's tarn to offer one of the
largest and most attractivn stocks of
, CLOTIIING • ' -
For the spria . a Stunnrer - gertenn 4'1864, to be
found in any similar establishment in this section.
Every variety of
• AND VESTS.
made in the very h.rst , steles n t the lowest prico.
GENTI.,II3tRIN 'S EURNISIIING GOODS,
=oh as Shifts. Drawers. Collars. Cravats. Neektim
H an dßeretnefs. SPeeial• attention is called to
linvite anexamination of my stock of ClothNt
Kerseyrneres, l'eqtings, &c., which I manufacture
upon special orders. •
I beg to say that my Goods are manufactured un
dot my awn supervision, and by the very bestwork
men. My present stock is the most extensive I have
'yet had in store. and I respectfully ask my friends
and t e he public to give me a call before purchasing
elsewhere. Remember the old stand.
J. T. HOSKINSON,
Franklin Hotel Building.
Corner of the Diamond and West Market St..
. EVAOTT, CLOTHIER, Soitih
• West corner of the Diamond. next door to the
ank, Chambersburg, has just returned from the
City with a large stock of superior end seasonable
Goods, such as CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATIN
ETTS, JEANS, CORDS. kc.,for Coats; and VEL
VETS. SATINS, MARSEILLES and other VeSt
ings. Also, a very fine selection of READY-MADE
CLOTHING, which hc is prepared to sell at the very
lnwe , it market prices.
CUSTOMER WORK.—As ho 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.
t•atisfuetion will be guaranteed.
A large assortment of Gingrummes .Funxtsnrxc
Goons, such as Shirts, Drawers, Collars. Handker
chiefs. Suspenders, Carpet Bags, npabrellas,'&e. &e.
alWays on hand. Give him a call nd save money.
W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S PIM
.. NISIIING STORE and SHIRT MANUFA,C
TORY. o. 814 Cheqtnut St., 4 doors below the Cop
tinental, Philadelphia. Particular attention given
to ordered Shirts. A perfect fit guaranteed. Per
eons at a distance can order by the following Shirt
Size around the Neck.
Chest under the Arms.
Length of Arms (bent) from centre of back to mid
dle of hand. •
Lerigilt of Bosom at Side.
• • Shift.
Vt - C. WALBORN & CO.!S,
• 'IViiOLESANE AND RETAIL
READY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
Nog. 5 and 7 North Sixth. Street, Philadelphia.
Eilk; Merino and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers;
Cravats; Scarfs. Glove, Handkerchiefs, &e. Shirts,
Wrappers and Dress Stocks made to order by meas
urement, and warranted to give sati4faction.
Orders may be left with S. S. SIIRYOCK, Cham
WE , STON & BROTHER,
No. 000 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Having received a liberal share of patronage from
Chambersburg and vicinity; we are encouraged to
ask fermi - ire. The excellence of our goods and our
work. and the care we take to give entire satisfac
tion, are a sufficient guarantee that we value our
reputation. [n011.63-Iy.] WESTON & BROTHER.
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Corner 4th .and Walnut Streets
Philadelihia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. Antliorized 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
upon Mtru.kt. POLICIES during the year ending
Deceinber 315t.,1843, and in force at that date, the
above amount to be credited to said Policies, and
have also ordered the dividend of 181;0 on Policies
issued,during that year to be paid, as the annual
'premiums on said Policies are received.
S'ecretury mut Trcmoirer—john S. Wilson.
AettOrip—John C. Sims
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin,
J. Edgar Thomson. George In:rent, Hon. James
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
-Work, . William. J. Howard, Hon,. Jciseph Allison,
Samuel T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Hear
litt. Isaac. IlarlehurA.
Wm. G. RF:FD, Chambersburg, Pa., is the author
ized Agent of the American Life Insurance and
Trust Company. and is alway6prcpured to furnish
pam p hie ts_or a y information wanted, and to take
Insurances. OFFICE, in the Repository
Das. J. C. RICHARDS and W.ll. BorLE,Medica/
REFERENCES—Iion. A. K. McClure. Rev. S. J;.
Niccoils, J. S. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm. M.
Marshal Cashier Hagerstown Bank.
Persons-desiring information or wishing to insure
will please call on. or by addressing the under
signed they will be waited on in any part of the
County or State. W. (1. REED. Agent.
iM.Otrtee in the REroncronY Building. Cham
bersbuig. Pa, mar 23.
FIREINSUR. I A I NVA COMPANY
ACCRUED SGUecus..... -
INCOr FOE 1864
X 8,416. ' ' • $300,000.
Loss•PAID SINCE $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND•TEMPORARY POLICIES
ON LII3ERAL TERMS.
Charlesl3,,Bancker„ 'mac. Lea,
Tobias W agnar, - Edward C. Dale, -
tiamuel - Gra.nt, . - Geo. Pales.
Jacob R. Smith-, Alfred Fitter,
George W. Richards. ' , -tlj:ras. W. .1).
CHARLES N. BANCKER„ Lewis, Vresident.
EDWALD C. DALE. Vice President.
JAR. W..M'ALLISTFIT, Seey IMO. tern.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the
Compa c ny in Chanibersburg. who will furnishall in
formation necessary to applicants. mar234f
TNSUISANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1793. Chatter Per
petual- CAPITAL W.OOO. Office Z 32 Walnut
street, Philda: The promptpayment of Claims for
Losses during the period of nc.trly seventy years
that the Coffipany has been in existence, entitles
them to the confidence of the public. Persons wish.'
lug to insure will please eall on or address the un-.
dersignetl. W. G. REED, Agent,
Ilt:a9stromr Buildings. Chambersburg, Pa.
REFEITENCF:S - J. D. Grier, J. Allison ,Eyster. Esq.,
Major J.`C. Austin. - inttr:2
Joux GltovE, of
Chambershurg, is the General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company. jun e7'
MEW MARBLE YARD.—The under
.11 signed respectfully announces to citizens
of Franklin County that he has opened a new Mar
ble Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr.
Hamilton directly opposite .T.S.NiXOl;O3Drug Store,
Main Street,,Chambersburg,.where he willkeep 'on
hand or makuto order all articles in.hisline of bus
inesE,liigh as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
STOPUeI - ; N XELS„ TABLE and STAND TOPSi
lc., manufactured from the very best Foreign and
He respectfully solieite a call from those who may ,
be in wantof any article in the above line. He is
confident In • his ability to satisfy all who may be
pleased tif - patinnize him. either.as regardS hi
ces. or quality, beauty. and chasteness
*Mt.- . Lin 18,63.1 JOHN A. GROVE.
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY
—MissllttavilAnsirz would inform he?frieads
and thepnblic generally. that she hasjast received
fro& the Eastern Citie;renew arid carefully selected
assortment of MILLIN r EIVT GOODS LADIES'
1302 NETS and TIATS made and trimmed in
the Int estaad m ostfashionahlestyle:at short notice.
Rooms opposite Montgomery's Hotel. faray4.
Bt ) Bl i79R t . 178 l -
Stor *oil.titer '.`IIIESSENGER" - OFFICE BUILD
ING, on the Diamond, above Shryock's Book Store.
Entrance blitikeen the Book Store and the Ihland
Telegraph office. Old Books, Periodicals. Music,
Newspapers, &L. bound in any style. Blank Books
mode to order. Paper ruled to any patters. • .46,64
ti)e. - ifsTAnktln '
coat Eumber,'' ser.
GEO. A. DEITZ
T Z &
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH,
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
S•A L T.
CHEAP FOR C.AJOII,
DEITZ & OWE L'L'S
WAREHOUSE-D COAL YARD,
RAIL ROAD DEPOT,
NORTH CARLISLE STREET,
p L. MAURER & CO.
.1.3• LUMBER MERCHANTS,
Have on hand?for sale at reasonable prices, a large
assortment White Pine, Yellow Pine, and Hem
lock Lumber consisting of
White Yin 2 inch Plank: -
11.4." " -
" " Boards.
" " Plastming Latho.
" " Shii glos.
Yellow Pine Joius, Scantling and Roofing Laths.
Hemlock-Joists, Scantling and Boards.
Also Locust and Chestnut Posts, and Chestnut
Office in Wunderlich and Nead's Warehouse, op
posite the Railroad Depot, Sec Mad Street. Chant
bersburg, Pa. ' juneB
'MEW IRNI.-COAL! COAL! LITM
BER! LUMBER!—LEO. EBERT lc SON
having purchasedthe Coal andLurnber Yard of Geo.
A. Dolts, will continue to carry on the same bnsi
ness; and will always have on hand a largesupply ot
Lumber and Coal. They will be prepared to fill all
orders at the shortest notice. They respectfully so
licit the patronace of the- late firm and the public
generally, and all who may desire Coal andimmber
to give them a call, feeling assured that no means
wilLbe spared to accommodate those on the most
reasonable terms. julfl7.G3-If•
IMP OR T E R S
WINES AND LIQUORS
LAL'3IAN, SALLADEk CO.,
No. I% SOUTH NINTH ST.,
BETWEEN CHESTNUT AND WALNUT STREETS.
GEO. M. LAUMAN,}
A. M. SAT,LADE,
J. D. BITTING.
RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGI'NJAC 'BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF 18.3.,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED• WITH GREEN WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE 'FIRM.
LAIIMAN, SALLADE & CO
SUPERIOR , OLD MADEIRA WINE
SINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AS AssonmENT-or,
FM_ BRANDS OF drukrAGNE, T ;
OSBORNE'S & CO.'S
VERY FLM AfiD DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE
LAUMAN. SALLAD-E k CO..
No. 128 SOUTH "NINTH ST.. •
OLD R'YE WHISKEY,
OLD 'WHEAT WHISKEY,
• - .EOUST WHISKEY,
WERT W FI I 8 Y,
TAFEEY'S WHISKEY, -
It EADJ N-G W I N'E S.
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
N0.12S SOUTH NINTH ST.,
AMAN '4DP A THOUSAND.—A,Con
euniptiv'e Cured.—Dß. H. JAMES, a Retired,
Physician of great eminence discovered, while
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma,
Bronehitas, Coughs, Colds and General Debility.
The remedy was eiscovered by him'when his only
child, a daughter, was given up to die. His child
waseured, and is now alive and well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow mortals, he will send -to those
who wish it the recipe, containing full directionsfor
making and successfully using, this remedy, free,
oirreceipt of their names, with two stamps to pay
expenses. There is not a single case of Consump
tion that it dees not at once take hold of and
dissipate. Night sweats peevishness,irritation
of themerves, failure of memory, difileut expeetor
rition, sharp pains in the lungs, sore throat, chilly
sensations, 'mused at the stomach, inaction of the
boriels Wasting away of the muscles: -
The writer will please state the name of the
paper they, seen this advertisement in. 'Address.
CRADDOCK dt CO.
mar23-Iy9 22.5 North 2d St., Philadelphia, P.a.,
Kerosene Oil, at
(517. BOYD'S Grocery.
HILL PAY THE
ALL KINDS OF
. , • - ;..•••
:59 - e are rin- prepared to fill'orders for
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
as wallas SMALL TOOLS for tho Farm and Gar-
den, such as ,
Hoes, Forks, Rakes. etc.:
Scythes, and Scythe-Stones,
and Agricultural Hardware
We offer, also, a large assortment of our own man-
Wee and Crain Mills,
Sugar Mills for Grocers' use,
Store Trucks of various patterns,
of all kinds., such as
Coe's Superphosphate of Lime, ,
Pure Ground Bone,
Peruvian Guano and Poudretto
IN OUR SEED DEPARTMENT
will be found a complete selection of the best kinds
-Of Vegetable, 'Flower
and Grass Seeds,
and Seed Grain,
raised expressly for us bjthe most reliable
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN. GROWERS.
The unremitting personal attention of the best
Seedsmen is given to their quality. and our custom-
ers may rely on their freshness and purity in all re-
We sell in small or large quantities to suit purcha-
sers, and send in small lots by mail to all ptirts. of
the United States
We will fkirward Price-Lists-and Descriptive Circu-
lar, to all aesiring them
R. IT. ALLEN & CO.,
189,191 and 193 Water' Strdet, New York
CLIPPER MOWING MACHINE,
with Steel Toldins Finger-Bar and two
a now ready for sale
In convenience and lightness of draft, this is sa-
perior even to the old Style of Allen Mowei so long
and so deservedly popular
It has literally no frame, and nearly all its parts.
with the exception of Drive-Wheels anaGears, are
made of steel or Wrought and Maleable Iron. It is
thus the strongest and lightest machine in the
NIP OR T AN T TO FAMIERS.—The
cheapest and best "Thresher and Cleaner" is
"Wheelers Melick's Improved Patent Railway
Power and combined THRESHER AND CLEAN
ER." This 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 does more and better
work than any othermachine. Price of a two-horse
machine S3OO, of a three-horse machine S:150. These
prices embrace everythingetimplete. This:machine
has advantages that are greatly superior to any
other. One is that it can he used entirely in the
Barn floor, and - that the power mn be conveniently
used for cutting idler. shelling corn, euttingstraw,
sawing wood..ke. And it - requires less power and
fewer hands than any other.
-PALMER'S EXCELSIOR SELF-SUSTAINING
HORSE PITCHFORK. has litany advantages over
others, among which are: it is self-sustiiiiing„ re
quiring no attention until its load is to be discharg
ed. By the use of the pulleys furnished 'with the
forks it will swing directly over. the mow, when it
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 e
State Fair, and at all the County Fairs, wherever
SMITH'S . GREEN MOUNTAIN SHINGLE
'AND HEADING MACHINE. is a new and valua
ble iinlnoveinent in machines for manufacturing
Shingle and Heading, cutting obliquely, or other
wise, any desired thickness or length, up to 24
inches. This Machine can be set up and run by an
ordinary water power. It will saw one thousand
shingitm per hour.
Mr. Robert Black, of Fayettevill. Franklin county.
Pa., is the Sole Agent for Franklin and Adams
counties. Any information desired respecting any
or all of these machines can be obtained by either
enlling upon in person, or addressing him fill letter.
Persons wishing any of these machines will please
nuilte their orders soon, as it requires soma time to
get theta from the manufacturer. None will be or
dered but those - that are sold. They will be furnish
ed at manufacturer's prices, transportation added.
CERTIFICATE Or A K. M'CLK R
Cn klin , RSlttrittl. May 17,1861.
Pol,crt Black, Ex - q.—Pcnr Sir: I have thoroughly
tested the Tread-power in running:all kind-. of Ma
chinery about the Barn, and 1 have had the most
approved Lever-powers tried at my Barn also. and
I unheSitatinglY recommend Am Tread-Power. I
run all my machinery—throledr and cleaner. corn
shellet. chopping-mill, fodder-cutter, and circular
saw, with a two-horse Tread-power, and the power
is ample and two horses can give the same if not
greater power than four can with the lever-power.
and the labor is no more severe on the horses. In
short, I regard the Tread-power as having every
advantage over the Lever power, audit must soon
be universally , adopted by farmers.
Very Respectfully Yours. be..
A. K. M'CLURE.
Apply to the undersigned in Greenwood. Franklin
county.. [may,l3-410] ROBERT BLACK.
rtOOK'S SUGAR EVAP OR ATO,R,
‘.) manufactured by I.lt,vmvxa. BATES & DAY.
Monstield, Ohio.—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.
Eurnacti. in leis 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 t 07300 gallons
of Syrup. .
SORGO SEED.—Wc offer a Sttperior Article, se
lected by ourselvei. Spropt the seed and roll in
Plaster. Plant in drills four feet apart. from North
to South. Sight soil and Southern exposure pre
ferred, altimugh.not absolutely necessary, asit will
grow, on soils where many,crops would be a failure.
Cultivate as for Corn.
Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium
over all others at two United States Pairs and over.
thirty State Fairs.
Clark ;Sorg° Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
W. C 3 REED', Agent.
Kir The Sorge Hand-Bdole sent free to any per
son asking for it. . "mar 23
T 0 ;P A R M:EcE S
THE WALKER HORSE RAKE
• , .
is acknowledged to be the - \
Neatest, Simplest, Cheapest and most efficient Rake
now in use. '
fitly boy of ten years dab orkit : Vtitit °Dia; win
not get out of older, and gives univenial satisfaction,
,WarrantetLin every particular rind etiwb(i had from
$6 to $8 lower than any other spring Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further partieo Mrs !mph. to the manu
facturer. D D FSIMLMAN.
apk:3"m] Shirleysbt - irg:iluft r i l n r glon co.. Pa.
M CII I TE' sH 0
The undersigned would. respectfolly call theatteii
tion of Farmers. Millers and others-to the Old
Establishment, at the.Bridoli on - West Mar-
bet Street. formerly OCCUTItd by Chris
, tian Stouffer, where they have erect--
, ed Steam Power, and ,are pre-
Pared to manufacture.
- ALL RINDS OF •
such as - -
Corn Shelters: ,
Hay Rakes, '
, 'Grain Drills,
. Hay Pitchers,
.Wo have constantly on hand Sycics. Reaper Points
or Guards, 3:c.. for the repairing of Manny's. Whit
neck' and Buckeye Reapers. Farming Implements
of every kind at short notice and in a work
We keep constantly on hand the
that has become so deservedly popular with .our
Farmers in this section of the Slate. , WieWould here•
caution the public from an imitations of this ma
chine offered for sale in this county. and advike.all
who wish the genuine Buckeye Reaper to ctat at
our establishment, as we are the agents for the sale
of this popular Reaper, ,
Having also purchased the right for the sale and
manuacturc of WILLOUGHBY'S PATENT GUM
SPRING GRAIN DRILL, we will keep them eon
.tantly on hand, ready for work. , Repairing o
these machines done promptly.
beenPATTERNS of the Seibert. Foundry having
been purchased by this establishment, and having.
erected a Foundry, they arc prepared to make all
kinds of CASTINGS, such as Mill Gearing, Mill.
Shafting. Mill Spindles, and all kinds of machinery
We would call special attention the'rPlow Cast—
ings and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand.
REPAIRING of all kinds of Farming Imple
ments done to order.
lane] W. F. EYST & BRO.'
AAL .1I 0 N-I A T •E D
PA CIFIC ,GUANO.
A real guano, 'containing from seventy to eighty
percent of PHOSPUATE OF LIME, to
which has been added, by a:chemical proceo., a large
per centage of actual Ammonia. so fixed that itean
not evaporate. making it equal, if not saperior ,to
any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with - copies of Minims by Dr. Jack
son, Mass., State Assayer, and,Dr. Lielog, of Dalti
m ore, and testimonials from scientific• Agriculturists,
showing its value. Can be obtained from -
. \ . - J. 0 BAKER; 4: CO.,
, march - 2-Iy. 87 Wall Street, New York,
rrIHE SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM,
MACHIN IBT—Devoted to Northern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture. Improved Farm Machinery and
Progressive Husbandry. Pliblished -monthly. One
copy 1 year, SI.IM. ' Subscriptions received by
111„ G. REED. '
\apd7 Aunt for Chirk - go - rgo - Ittfu.iii#e Co..
MO MILLERS AMD PARMERS;-
DRITZ k 3I'DOWELL have one hundred. tens
of the best PLASTER - for salC. eprilll-2t
CUM Panto ant Tina. !
RY DE W S FRANKLIN COUNTY;
NURSERIES..—FatITNNn ORNAMENTAL TREES .
GRAPE VINES, STRAIVREI:RI 4 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 corn
monest standard Fruit Trec. to the rarest and mesa
choice native or foreign species of variety of Fruit`
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are unusual-.
ly tine, stout heavy trunk 4, furnished with finel
branching heads, from three to five feet from thel
ground, as may bel desired. - 1 tur aim is to grow the
est of everything pruning, and cultivating mien'
scientific principles, consequently, our Produetion4 ,
are not offered h competition with q:rees, 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 themselves.
A large stock of Greenhouse and 'Bedding Plants,'
Roses, ac.. in pots, will he ready in April and May.-
Enclose a three cent stamp for descriptive Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees. cree., '
Address, B. L. RYDER
West Franklin.Nurscriez.— '
mar 16-tf Near London. Franklin Co.. Pa. .
~U u l o ? Sf uE r h e
sh most articles
1 scriber is
natty to be found in Nurseries, of 'good quality aud
at reasonable rates. •
The Stork embraces all the leading. kinds of
Apples. Cherries, Peaehei, •
Dwarf and Standard Pears, • •
• Apricots, Plums;
Strawberries, • ,
Also, can be - furnised a good. assortment of
EVERUBEEN , TREES
Evergreen'and otl , r , Shrubber.s.., 'Shade Trees, Vic.
.Great Facilities are posessed for shipping articles
to all parts of the country, as the Namry immedi
ately adjoins the City of Harrisburg.
lair ltl-tf JACOB 1111:811, .11.irrisbitr,g. Pa:
11 Chambershure Pa. I would offer to the public
well selected as.irtuient of Fruit Trees,..Apple,
Peach, Pear awl Plum, of all leading varieties.—
Also, Ornamental TreeS, such as Maples, Linden,
Ash, Horse Chesluut, , Evermens, NorWay.Spruee,
Anierican Balsam Fin, Arbor Vittes in va,riety.—,
Raid , ' Shrubs. such as Spircas in large varitity,l
IVeigellas and Deutzias, many of these are - well cal
eulatcd for cemetery lots 'Honeysuckles, Forsvthia:g.
Also, Grimes, Catawba, Isabella, Concord, .bhunt..
Delaware, Rebecca. Sre.,
Currants, the leading kinds: Raspberries, Straw
Floivers—Roses, Verbenas, Heliotrops, Gerani
ums, Fuselmias, Petunias.
All or which will be sold at reasonable prices for
rash. The usual kitchen Garden. Plants, by the
dozen, hundreds or thousands.
, Send for a circular , as all applicants nre'supplied
free, [fcb 24-4 m) 'JACOB lIRYSER., Agent.
THE OPORTO ; GRAPE:—Thig Grape
iff not recommended particularly as a- dessert
ft nit, but makes an excellent, dark colorod, rich;
well bodied Wine. so closely resembling genuine
old-timed PORT WINE, that none batexperienced
judges can distinguish between the two. Although
is is mauttfactnred extensively in Western New
York, the supply is Mice ual.to the demand; at from
$1 50 to 84 per gallon.
Vinci for sale by the subscriber, who has been ap
pointed Agent for it at the following prices:
One to three years old, 2,5c' tea/ ets each, .4;9 56 to
$5 Per dozen, $l5 to per 100. • JACOB M15.}.1.;
mar keystone Nursery, Ilarrisb'g, Pa.
PEAR TREES.—S,tandard .and Dwarf
Pear Trees of the leading and most valuable
varieties. Among them- can be furnisluNd some
" EXTRA SELECTED" Trees, the Dwarf having
fruit buds and ready for immediate bearing: ,
Price for good trees. 50 to 60 &s each—Extra' se
lected 75 cts to Si each.. Rates lower by dozen.
• J. MISH, Keystone Nursery,
mar 16-tfi _ Harrisburg; I
,VORWAY 1 1MAPLE TREES'. from 8 to
12 feet high.and vigorous; A handsome TreO.
much ‘resemblitm the Sugar Monte, but of more
certain and rapid grewth..
• Price 40@60 cents each S 3 500.6 per dozen; $2O
@4O per 100. • - ' .I.A_COIi MISli.
InarZ Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
CHERRY TRE --A.
ES. fine, assortment
of about Forty best varieties, trees oflurgegie
and vigorous. ,
Price, 30, cts 50 cts, i 5 cts each; $3, $.74 $i per doz., ,
$lB, $25, $35 per 100. , , J. INIISII,
mar 16 -tf) Keystone Nursersy,llarrisb'g, Pa.
HORSE CHESTNUT TREES.—Ordi
nary sires for planting, 50 cents each Smaller
size--•from sto 7 foet-25 cents each $250 per that'
$lB per 100. JACOB 11118114- •
ta ar23. ] • • ' Keystone Nursery, Harrisbuti.
VIIROPE AN LINDEN—The Red- - hi4g.
JLA ged variety, not subject to injUly 'by the borer.
For sale at Keystone Nursery; Harrisburg: Fa;
, Trees 10 to 12 feet high; 75 cents each; $7 per doz.
raar'23l • ' JACOB 1%11811.
E XCELSIOR ASH, it, hindiome, orna
mental Sluide Tree, of sure and rapid growth.
Trees from- 8 'to-12 .feet high. 40060-cents' enel ;`
s3'O6 per 14;4 $2024.0 per 100.
tuar2:3,l . - 4.esstone,NuOefy;.l.lUrris,huyi.;
DP ARENTS OF. SOLDIERS in the ser
a vice. cr in Hcsritals, can furnish them with the
RBI CSITORY three mentbs fcr2s etc.; ,six months
Us s. ors no fin $llO.
B,A.DIi - LERYI
11101,14ESg . M4ITUVA.Ciog,YI, ,
i•Thc.sitbmri!)er respectfully informs his frindl,
the public. thathe continues to carry on th
abovehusiness at his Old Rand,-oit'
WEST ,M 1.-• •
- _ Hotel, I
CII A g ERSB G
and' keeps constantly on land a genertil'nesOrt-
I ' ' naent. .•
I_• , ' -
Riding and Wngon Saddlei, •, ' , - :
I • Riding Bridle's, -
, - . Flat andltnund. • •
, * l3laek c and Pair :
• Harness. Of 111 kinds.
- - - . - - . • ' •
llarnesi and 'Draft , • - •
IllntentLea ‘ ther -Collars (good 'quality),
' • Blind Bridles'
_ Wagon Whips; ,
• ' •- • - • ffaltere,,
and 'everything in the Leather lino Can be fonn'
I his ehop,or ruadeteorder, at moderate rates: '
done at short notice and on reti.eone,blelbruis.
TIIPAXSIND. VALISES . - -
nlwaTs on hand and sold' cheap Fon
employs nonekut the. best workmen.,,
ranrl6-15'• ' JAMES B, GFLF.AN.
ADDLERY ! ! -SADDLERY! - I I , 2 —Sad: -
KJ dies, Bridles, Harness, Collari,Tritiks, Valises,
Sc., sign of the HORSE COLLAR: - •
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns- - his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement
received-from them heretofiire, and he would invite
them and the community , Federally, 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 ILIARNES,S of
his own manafeeture, arid he is prepared to sell. tlie
same on terms that clefYeerametition. Every article
offered for sale is warranted to be' made of the best
material and by competent workmen, which will be
fully demonstrated on an examination thereof.
TRUNKS AND' VALISES.—He would also call
the attention of persons wanting, a good neatand
cheap and substantial Trunk or Valise to 'his assort
FIT . I. l rxr'cr' :S &L ! cco l rri V e H r o l f P ga l in l .a l n d
Washington StreetS, Chambersburg, Pa.,manufac
turers of all kinds of WHIPS, such as agon, Car
riage and Riding Whips, of various sizes and of su
ocrior atialityWhich they offer to the public, either
by IVholesale or Retail, at very moderate prices.—
LASHES of all lengths kept constantly on hand and
for tale by the dozen: very cheap.- They also mann
Nature superior HORSE COLLARS, to which they
- invite attention..
Osiers from a distance solicited and promptly at
tended to. jm117,63.
TIROAD AND NARROW GEARS,
JLI Single until:triable Harm.Ss, Riding and Driving'
Bridles. Gents! and Ladies! Saddles, Wooden and
Metal Stirrups, Heavy and Light Collars. Riding
and Driving Whips. in every variety and. price, to
be had at GORDON'S, . _
Q„, A D;DLES OF EVERY DESCRIP-:
don. HARNESS of all ,kinds; 'BRIDLES Of
every variety, WHIPS of .all sorts, SPURS' of all
makes, and BRIDLE BITS of All patterns can be
had at C. IL GORDON'S Saddle and Harness Store
CORDON THINKS BF,-CAN TURN,
out as GOOD A JOE at his Shop, opposite the'
Indian Queen Hotel, as any other man iti hie line of
business. - Goan i oek—may be YOU can see it.
IOME AND E GORDON'S STOCK
of Saddles, HarriesS, &c., which; heis offerinsto
the public at very reasdnablo prices.: .
OORDON HAS A SPLENDID AS-
Eortment of Fancy. Riding Whips, .3m.,f for
Duties and Clentleniett•who like something nice. '
OYRUS' H. GORDON 'IS- STILT, AT
the Old Stand, on Main Street, opposite' the .
Ittaian Queen Hotel,, •. _ ,• •
i.lO TO GORDON'S AND. SEE TF: HE
k_A can't Suit Son Jo sonietitink)ithiti line of:inliii-•
n&s. . - • • •
ICE- .CREAM.--.Bitlithart d••' Hen.7iey
are now prepared to supply 'Cream day and
night, in any q nantity,desired. t ' ' ' '
FA. C Ar.:! : (10 Dl3 -
Jr Ordett romptly attended to:
aps-Iyl , „ WEJ - 3 - 3iS eASIL, •,
. ANDRETH.iS IidIadETLTURAL;.I4 ,
PLEMENT AND SEED WAREHOUSE,
2I and 23. &WA . Si re et, Thilacletplaa,'Pa:`
TJI7-tn LANDRETH 'it Sox; ProPrittors of Illeornif
dee.'which contains•near font hundred screEiLiii'
'Edih filth, devoted
- to the .pmoductiort of GARDEN
SEEDS ,L are now pronged tp supply, Countryater,.
chants. Drugists and all others who, deal in Seeds,"
-With large or small cinantities, br the pound •dr
bushel and also in papers made ready forictailing,
;' The Establishment represented by David. Land
,reth S Son, has been founded "nearly:three-fpnrthi
•of a century.' - • - •
The wide-spread popultarity,,and the demand in
creasingfrom year to year, for _ . .1
'Laniiretka Tritivitnted i Gt'irden Seeds,, . 3 ..
i s evidence of the high Value entertained for thein
by the public.. "
:• Landreth's - Garden Seedi 'are not onlf fiVorablY
'received throughout ilie•Thibitt. but are shipped to
.many_foreip ports. Indesdit-"triny - be stated with
'.national-pride that they comeinto active competi
:tion with Ettglish'SoQd and British Soil.,
David Landreth ,t''6on invite ail who are not al
readY,Purchasere,of their Garden Seeds, to makva
_trial of then—assured thatthawill be, found /alb',
pleat to the4r high retutation,
Landreth 's Mina Register - and - Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Garden. Seeds ' with instructions,
furnished gratis. Alsq-_-Catalogue A.Ticultural
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH SON,
ang 12-IYI Nos. 21 and 23 South 6th St., Phila.
c:Ck - N•S
: CONSTITUTION AVATER:".
• -• CONSTITUTION WATER. ••$:
CONSTITUTION WATER`..-•• - I -
CONSTITUTION WATER. •
CONSTITUTION WAT.ER:'` t °"
OUNSTITUTION - WATER.
' CONSTITUTION WATER.-
' CONSTITUTION WATE,R
.- CONSTITUTION WATER.
, CO IT S-T I T TIT I 0 N.
• VIE ONLY KNOWN RRIsr.DT
DIABETES AND DISEASES Or TILE KIDNEYS
AND BLADDER. . ,
Has been pronounced by the Medical-Faculty,:iindi
the public, to be the most wonderful remedy-for the
p_ermanent cure of all diseases of the STOIA(.3I
KIDNEYS, and BLADDER, that has ever been of
- . .
It is Mita MINERAL WATER: It is. from - ei-
Periet that CONSTITIITION.WATER hasemati
ated, dwe now say, let no man doubt. when 4 ,
single ottle has been known to cure diseaSes which•
the best medical talent in this conntry has' failc:d to
relieve, , , _ , , ~.r.,,
remedy possessing thesirtues of Constitation-
Watercannot beelassed under ,'!qeack" prePara-
lions, as it is now used by till; most scientific pr,ae
tit loners in thi; city. It is only seeond-classphYSi
elittis that cries, down popular remedies; while the
better skilled Make use of every means to , aceoml
plishe. curei and the success of the"physician in
creases as his knowleclge_of different remedies en - -
ables him to produce a, eilre. , while others fail in the
attempt. Science is salittied-with the truth:
Give Constitution Water a fair trial-wemean yen -
who are under some SPECIALIST'S eere from-year
to year, and we particularly allude to ladies, who -
arc constantly resorting to LOCAL TREATMENT, -
and hifeorts of local applicationefordisesse t with se
'math chance of success as there woald' be from.
local applications to the threat for diseases of the'
We have alwayS been careful to nselanamage
our eircularthat could net shockthe most delicate:
organization, bnt'we' receive So many communica-.,
tions from persons for which Constitution We:ter is
adapted.. and of _whose diseases no mention has - been , '
made. tat we have come to the conclusion that if
the remedy is capable o f producing a cure, no matter ,
what the disease may be, it should be made known.
The medicine-is put up,for the publio, and there"
should be no exceptions. „ • ' - ,
We - would say Constitution Wai l er 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 cure. We would say that the direc
tions in regard to diet, etc., relate only to the disease
under which theroccur. - '-
_ _ _
Is a diSeaSe of the stomach and liver, acting through
the kidneys, and is, without doubt. the most ebstin
nte disease, except consumption that effects the hu
man constitution. We.haveno space for discussimr
causes, but will state that the effect of the disease -
is the conversion Of the starchy principle (or yege--
'table portions of the food) into sugar; which stimn
lates the kidneys town excessive secretion orwater.
Many personssuffer from this disease• who are ig.; ,
norant of it; that is; they pass large quantities dux
ing the day, and are obliged to get up from one to
fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notice
is taken of it until their attention is balled to the
large discharge of water, and , often whenit istr far
advanced as to bo beyond/the control •of ardmarY , '
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 _of the month, crack;
in of this lips, a sweet breath, in. the snore advan
ced cases, and finally-loss' of appetite, esnaciatien4 ,
and the patient,risdually sinks froth exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION WATER is. without doubt, the only
known remedy for DIABETES. and we . have , asi.;
much confidence that it is: a speeific as we have that -
opium will produce sleep; and - truthfully say that it
has cured every case in which it has been used. ' -
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS. GRA
VEL, BRICK DUST DEPOSIT. ET ( 3.'. ETU.: "
Diseases arising frOm x fa,pity sceretion-run. the one
case being too little, and accompanied. by-, severe
pain, and the - other a toe' profuse seeretien—w,hich
will be speedily cured by the ' • -
CONSTITUTION. WATER ' ' •
CONSTITUTION WATER " '
' CONSTITUTION. WATER •• •
CONSTITUTION. WATER •
• „ 'CONSTITUTION WATER - _
• CONSTITUTION WATER' •
CONSTITUTION WATER -
• CONSTITUTION .WATER
• • CONSTITUTION WATER
- CONSTITUTION- WATER • •
THE-ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR' ' • '
- THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR _ •••.
THE 'ONLY KNOWN 'REMEDY . FOR .. •
. THE ONLY KNOV7N RE - MEDY FOR: •
$ ' THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDYFOR '
_ 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 • ,
IRRITATION OF• THE NECK OF THE BLAD
DER, INFLAM - ATION OF SHE KIDNEYS,
• 'CATARRH 'OF THE - BLADDER. •
gIiANOtUARY AND BURNING; 'OR FAIN-
FUL' URINATING. • • "
- For thesediseases It is truly a. sovereign remedy
-anti too moat 'cannot be said in ifs praise. A single
dose has been knowti to relieve the most "urgent
Are son troubled with that distressing pain-in the •
Small of the back- and through the hips 7 : A ‘lea.-
spOonful a day of the Constitution
.'Virater will ret ,
Rove yOu • • • '
' - :PHYSICIANS -' '
Has tonFsince, given up the • use, of buchu,' •ettliebtl •
and.inniper in the treatment of thoserdiseases, and
only use them kir the want of abetter reme:dy. , „
- CONSTITUTION 'WATER'
have proveditscll equal. to the task thin has ale=
vOlved upon it. • • • • ' • : •••
DIITRE'FICS - • .
irritate and drench tleb kidneys. and :by:constant
- use soon lead to chronic d'egeneration and Confirmed ,
dikease. -• • _ ' •-• '• •
- We - present the Constitution Water to the public
with thit conviction that it" has' equal _in -reliev,
ing,.:tbeE class of diseases fdi 4 which • it has been
fourid so eminently succettsful; for - curing; and 'we
trust that, we shall be rewarded for. zur - efforts in
placing so valuable a remedy-in a form to meet the'
requirements of patient and phYSician. • ' •
• ' • RE.4.D I READV READ, I
I:fat:Tutu. PA.. June ' , 2, 1362:—D1L
GREGG—Dear Sir t-"ln•FebrirarY,l36l. I wasafflic - •'
'ted•with Sugar,diabetes and for five months I pruf:-
-Bed more than' two gallons of water :in twenty-fear.-
hours. I Was obliged toget up &softens* ten or,
twelve times during ttio night." and its five months I
lost about.five pounds in 'weight. - During - the month
`of July,lB6l. I procured two bottles of Constitutien.: I
Water, iitid in two days after Usingit I experienced, -
relief. , and after taking two 'bottles rams- entitoly
cured, Boon after regaining. my Usual r gbod' health.
• 4: VDE WITT; -"
BOSTON CORNERS,' 1% Y. Deez:r itlei:.-ttw. it. •
GREGG ilc,Co.-7Gents:—l fredy• glie'Yott liberty to ".
make use of the following certificate of. the s•Altie-vc •
.4aofistitution Water which Isar! •rectunmend in 'the
highest thanner:-.-,10 wifli was ,atiackedt• wit*pairt f
in the Shotildeth., 'whole length tittle . back;_andia.,
her Rnitia 'with Palpitation of•the•
Heart salt tizi
lthtion bf the Bladder. - I eallelaphysieiartwlie et"-
• tended. her abeut three months. ;when he left, lei , •
worse than' he found her. ithen empleyed_nue of;
the best physicians I could . ' ilud,Wlie attended her r .
for rune months, and white ale udder his %'
earache did hot Suffer TIM:. au:Arida. Pain,. ille•tir -
ally gave herup;and . F66l ' her caßcawas Incurable,
For," said he-' she hair Such meorithinatiortofcom-„
Plairitsthat medicine givonfer Otia otietatei against '
some ether ,of herdifficulries."lAbout this timalle"
commenced the rtie, of Constitution - , Water, anti to,
our utter astoutihnient, almost the Erstdoso l lecAq.4
to'have thedesiilid abet, mud's etent on unproy n
•ing rapidlyunder its. treatment:l:indite* .
tends intirelyher domestic! affairs, :She: hottzte. , : ,
taken - any' Of the Constitution Water.forAboutfoxt•
weeks, and Wei are happy e• "m l _o4, has. rtt
duced a permanent cure: -" • . - •
• • . • 3FM..M.NAN TIE.NSCHOTEIN;
\VS/ THRSTIRVE:, Ct., Matclig ,143.744.. , W,11 .13 .0 r •
GREGG —Dear Str:--Having seen 'your 6 dye. .se-„ -
ment of. ' Constitution - Water," recommehdedrir•
i n mation or the. Kidney* and ;Irritatiortf of the v ,
Bladder, baying sufferedf cr the ; act tiztor; Yet? •
'and - tried the skill of a number ci f Pb,lstortuss,,Nri ,
tanlYltentporary: relief, I mini indttodd te , 10.7,3 r
. I I roomed one , bettlobi7tiat agents' at E "
Dartford,- Messrs ; Lee. Sisseg.k,Oo, , .-and . wheat 1,
had used half of it to my ,sorptise.i found, a , grea.V,
change in my henßb.' 'theme tts'ed tWO:bottlesof if „
and ant jvherej,never expectechdlie'in mkiffevys
and in_good spArit:a t ,. I quiowt, Comas gratittd.
for it: / feelth at nil! all. and you ecti*o
Mended it' to'be: May the' blessinA of God evez47 l ,-,,
tend .ittciuyottklabershfleve. Vent* trulk2
LEONARD S. BIGGELO vir 1 1 "
YOB DALE .BY ALL DRUGGIETD,.,
WMAL GREGG kTO.. - Lhoprietors.
MORGAN & ALLEN. General Agents.
No. 46 Cliff Stre. , t. New York,
JOHNSON, HALLOWAY COWDEN,
eb 3-sow4nr] - 23 N. 6th St rect. Philadelphia
For Sale by A. J. MILLER., Cbamberil