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F V. rtJRNAS, EDITOR,
To whom nil Communications on Agrifultnre
KticCil be addressed.
WAXTBD-I wish to procure the
service of somerrood. practical, industrious.
4?t p in,' alio understand the cultivation, and
tr!n!n' of Orup Vines, Bsnall Fruits, and reaches.
T ntfi un one I will rive a iwrmanent and lucra
tive hllua'i . 'A dIr ess j -.
iJ. W. FVRXAS, Brmmrllle, XebJ
Who wnsti to Make a I rail r t
t v., rrf urn of what Is known a
'DlulT Lands," situate within one mile of Brown
ville, which I wish Improved by being planted In
fr To ny t) who mill prepare tfre ground,
fei.M, and rllnt " ,n Crape. reaches, and Small
Fruit I will five half the land, when extahtished
m4nir aUK-k: and I will phalli
plant if. nnd loml-r t fnce It- The land ta most
id;i.irUr iidHr"-t to freit rmwint. A man who to
5e- rous of f-.Utt.Iis)..rtp himseifln fruit rrowlnr,
vU bo other ri-iuU than hi Inhur. can ljvfi
chance hv canine on. or addressing metiy letter.
The best of reference retired.
1L H. rC&XAS, Brornville
" 11 European Iarcli. 7'
Thousands and tens of thousands of
acres in . Europe have been and are
now being planted with this tree. It
is much better and more valuable tim
ber tjiaa; our native species. It is a
tree of very easy culture, 6f moat rapid
frrowth, succeeding ou most all soils,
altijlc: a" very'., Iarre !zo and great
The timber is adapted to a very great
variety of uses In the arts ; being fine
grained, and no other equaling it in
durability and strength, for building,
or to resist the action of water, never
decaying nndcr water, Larch spiles
having been taken up in Europe,
where it is positively known they
were lriven more than" a thousand
years f ago. A The trees grow very
straight, tall (over 100 feet,) thriving
well on poor dry 6andy soils and Is
one of the most elegant and beautiful
trees ; foliage, a soft light green, re
sembling an Evergreen, most profita
bly tree, and is the best timber to raise
for building,' fences, posts, railroads,
tc.! .Tho trees should be cut in win
ter or early spring, and the bark taken
off to prevent decay of sap wood.
Easily raised from seed, which should
be sown very early in spring, in boxes
licds or. of very light soilj or sand,
covered lightly (I inch) kept moist
and In the shade, and in a couple of
Seed can be had for about $t per
pound by mail, and small nursery
plants at reduced prices by tho quan
tity. ' Henry Wilbur,- Grand Rapids,
Michigan, and Ordway & Parker,
Frceport, 111., can furnish either seed
Our faith in the Larch leads us to
plant of It freely in the spring.
For the benefit of our readers we
publish the following table, showing
the number of planU to the acre, at
various, distances. It will ;be found
valuable for reference:
ij toot by 1 foot...
NO. OF M.AXT.
IJfeet by 1 feet..
Is ft by I..
2 feet by 2
2'4 feet by 2....
H. feet by
JtJeet byVA. ;
8 f.iet by 2
8 feet by 3
5 i'M-t by 5
feet by 6...
K feet by 8
8 feet by 10...
10 feet by 10
12 fort by 12....
13 feet by 15.....
Ofctt by 20
From many reliable sources east
and south,; we learn that the peach
prospect is very good. Will the peach
growers of Nebraska please examine
their orchards, and send us word as to
Fail not to select thy seed now, if
. not already done, for the day will
come when thy hands will be too full
of other work to give attention to the
first great duty of a farmer; and the
price of thy sloth will be a poor crop.
Iff an essay entitled Timber Culture
of the Northern Illinois Horticultural
Society by our correspondent D. C.
KchoCcld of Elcin III., he said:
. Summon all the land-holders of the
V country, and demonstrate to them the
profits of timber culture; produce facts
and not theory: tell them that from
' one acre planted with Tyrolese Larch.
they may reap a harvest at the end of
'. .six years, hop-poles, grape-stakes and
trelii3 materials, worta moro tnantwo
hundred dollars and at the close of
another six years, they may reap a
harvest of fence posts which will be
cornparativeJy Imperishable, and
worth more than nine hundred dollars.
In testimony, I athiiiea my forest iu
Elzin, wnicn, ten years ago was a
smooth prairie, and afterward planted
7, slants, which tnen stood mine nurser
- lescf Scotland. Let them measure the
J trees, both of pine and larch, f more
, thaa two feet m circumrerew, and
more than twenty feet in height; count
"the number on the acre, and estimate
the number of fence posts that each tree
will make; tell them at the end of
twenty years tney may reap a third
1 . harvest by cutting one half cf the res-
idue, or, six hundred and five trees,
v them more than one and a half feet In
diameter and forty feet in height.
-This ttmber may be used for ship-spars
t end fence-poHts, building timber and
railroad ties, worth more than fifteen
"hundred dollars. At the end of an
f . other ten years, they may enter the
forest again, and gather a fourth crop,
by removing three hundred and two
trees, leaving an equal numbergrowlng
r "on the ground. Now, the trees have au
. average diameter of two feet and more,
and are sixty feet In height, each of
Tvhleh Is worth at least ten dollars, or
y total value of three thousrv&d dollars.
r The amount of the rroeeeds alrsadT
"' realized in thirty years is five thousancJ
. six hundml dollars, or an average of
-c m&re than oce hundredtad eighty-six
dollars annually. Ex-.
. A correspondent of the- Rural
'American, talks of the great quantity
of rancid and inferior butter in the
market, and saj-s that if it is intended
tq.keep butter lor any lengtn or time
it should be packed down with great
care; this is done to exclude the air as
,iuudi possible, and in order to ac-
idmplWu this the eak ehould be per
fectly ti;;ht to hold the brine and ex-
- elude the atmosphere. Butter de
fci'jr,ed,for packing should be worked
eleer of milk as possible; -care- be
in taken not to tear the grain but as
little as possible. ItUmld be carefully
rot heavily salted; rivi-the air excluded
from it by putting over it a perfectly
ti. Lt cover. Previous to putting on the
trover t!ia surface should' be covered
' vittia strong brine or a coating of salt.
V.'h' never any portion of the butter is
nz vyst'I for use, care should be taken
to key-the eur-aco of t'.io butter In the-
. ca.-t iiit:u'tj fit- if this is not done;
the remaining portion will soon be
tir.ne rancid and unfit fr usi. owinrr
t j the action of the atmosphtr upon iL. J
IToff & CcX5FEr., Wata-a, Illinois,
offers through our i.dverticing columns
a choice assortment of Peach, Pear,
Chern' and Apt le Trees and Grafts;
alio Nursery stock of all
Westers' Trees for Western Or
chards,": is a very good mctio, and
such are offered in our columns by
Stark, Barnett & Co., of Louisiana,
Mo. They are within easy reach of
this sec tion, and will deal fairly. . Send
E. Ware Sylvester, in his adver
tisement of his Nurseries at Lyons,
N. Y., offers to the public a splendid
assortment of stock, comprising every
thing in his line, and a very full list
of grapes. We have dealt with him,
and are very favorably impressed with
both his stock and his dealing. ,
We call attention to the advertise
ment of II Williams, Montclair, N.
J., who is prepared to furnish the pub
lic with small fruits, and fine varie
ties of Potatoes,' by mail.-' This is
much the better way of obtaining
small supplies, and we are glad Mr.
W. is making it a specialty. IIIprice
by mail is same as at nurseries.
Washdurx & Co., Horticultural
Hall, Bostonroffer through our col
umns the Unrivalled Prize Tomato,
Gen. Grant, 'and the American Culti
vator's Guide to the Kitchen and
Flower Garden. The Tomato, from
the numerous recommendations we
have seen," is certainly unrivalled, and
fhrir Guide all should have. ' See
THU KIT I ' a Tnxxnr
Tlio LA KG EST
nd most Productive,
and mot Delicious,
J and ererywajr the best
i . '
Tt above in amp?y boro out
by the testimony or all who have
given tt a fir trial all over the
. wm ixuntry, mul In ttieony new fruit
np to the recommeiid&tlonn of it friends.
rLANTS CF TIIIH AND OTHEIl KKNDS.
Eest Strawberries & Raspberries,
and ther Seed Potatoes,
de'.lverwl at voor nearest Foot Office m thtap n If
ywcaiiedat the eorvrjr In peraen.and
PRICE LIST GRATIS.
JUbnttilnir, Xte Jertfy.
coxrn ci geape 'ixes.
Tiro Yeart (Kit.
CXCOItD GXAPE 17XES,
Thtfe Yean Old.
DELAWARE GBAPE VIXE.
, ' ' Tur J'amf (Md.
DELAWARE GEAPE YTXE.
Three. Year OT-L
2ZAXA GEAPE VXXXfi.
Two Ytar$ Obi.
2)1 A XA G BATE I'ZXESi.
Three Yeart Old.
CBEYELIXG GRAPE VIXES
m Tre. Wtf
CBEXELIXG GBAPE VIXES
Three Yeart (ML
or ox to rrxES-.-
! . . TVe Yeart Old. .
o p o b t a riXEs, ;
Thrf Yeart Ofct
Two year old vines of tne- fcRowlng- Mn
grown out of doors, from bcarftitr vines and
ery healthy, with strong laree rooU. and
warranted to make strong growth, i property
irARTmrm pnor.rrrc, tota. iskaella,
M R TUKKX Ml'SCA fHXK
BEREV'A, PERKIXS, ISABELLA,
t'ATA WBA, PAX,
nrACh' .- JUiA f'l 'T A MItER.
CLLXTtKX, JiAXY or EWERS' HYBRIDS,
- A., tr., 4e.
Tliese vinos are on laiua
wiiieh, must be
cleared, and will be sold
For qnnllty of Vines heretofore sent from
this -NurTy, refer to Col. IU W. Farati,
All the leading varieties of trees nnd plants
to do iuuna in a weu appoiatoa X arKery al
ways on nana.
For list of very low prices, address .
& WARE SYLVESTER, '
.J, Xew York.
Western Trees for Western
Trees west of the MiKsisKinni. v rnltivt
thnae varieties suited to our western climate.
Cur Ire thnnfh rrVSr I TMr tltT ttra vvrv
Iarpe and stniic,(oUto f-t hlsh), the very
I'm iw ai.ippjna; long aitance, ami
transplanted, with more case and safety than
Two years olet
ALSO, VINESrLAXTS, Ac, Ac.
SEXD IVR CA TA LOG VEZ.
STARK, barnett;. CO
f alii Mm-
TJEACII TIlEEa. Prn wfnrfia TToln
A,- and olhmi nM fn tin.
i . j v urrrr i rees, Tr., ll Class 15 44 '
rpri! -h In varu-tv. 1 yr a f-t ,,
A j i le . k- rates.
Auto, a it: u
ilkA aa f . 1 . a . . . m I
m. murr. mj 11,11 KVH in.f IlfTlL rtT rvla.V -rrH .F 1
"ST"'.-!" ? wbolessle rri.-e; . "
fr"uirTicetou U(,yy COOPER:
AG HI CULTURAL.
4:00 Acres o Op on
rhvonxl with ArT)le. IVnr. Cherry. IVari und SI
heriun tYab Trees ; Quincs l'.iwi)beni. Blnckber
Krriv. ( nrranW. (rK- erriw. Htrawfoerrii? na
CJru"ps: (itirden Hoots, Pluntu, IUxA UroiU, Mocks,
bciouis fcelj ud Cutlingu ; ua
Deciduous & Ornamenla
TREES AIID SHRUBS.
RfHS, finowbivllg, Everhreenn, Pjeonies, riiloxes.
Ti Iidh. llvarinttiM. Gldiolii.-si.-lttlia. .Tiry0'
theniiisu, and iianly Herba''"ii, Flowering 1'lanw
OSA GE ORAXQEJPLAXTS,
" Firtt Class, fl 50 ri.
X 3 0,0 0 0 Concord Grspc Vines, two years old,
For sale by
P. O. BOX ICO. BnOWXYILLK, XBB.
v , ALSO AT NOIlTir STAIV MO.
ONE POUND WILL YIELD
3,000 POUNDS IN ONE SEASON
BY rLASTINQ THE GENUINE
Early 3ose Potato!
BUY THE GENUINE FROM
GEO. A. DE I T Z,
(The Oreat Seed Wheat Farmer.)
C l . i CIIAMBEEBCEO.PA.
Pound Fjvrly Roe nent by Mail, poatpaid, lor I 00
Pondif rly Bone, by Hail, poatpaid, for J 09
l'eck Kurly iuse, delivered at Chitiubeniburg 00
1'eck Karly Roxe, by Mail, postpaid . 7 00
Pounds oftSurpriHeOat. by Mail, pofttpAid. 1 00
Pounds New Brunswick Oats, by Mull fbr.. 1 00
4 Pounds Hweriuth Oate.sent by Mail for 1 00
4 Poinds Norwa y (htt aent by Mnil ft"1 - 1 00
4 Pounds Spring Barley, sent by Mail for 1 00
4 Pounds 1 ellow Mammoth Corn, by Mail for. I (u
i 4 Pourxls Yellow iM .urd rteed Corn, by Mil for- 1 00
4 Pounds bflst throe virietie f.f tsret Crn.. 1 00
4 lNiuii'ls C'hinn Tea Kprin'Wheat by Mail, Hir 1 00
! 4 Pounds Blnck BeaSpriut; Wlx-iit bv Mail, for. 1 00
4 Pounds Cjtnaila (.Uubsprinp V heat by Mall 1 00
4 lNiunds 1 led(tt-row Kprin Wheat by Mail, for 1 no
4 Pounds Kieiiranriespriiw? Wheat by Mail, for I 00
4 lound Scotch Kile Spring M l 1 eat by Mall for 1 00
4 Pounds Mammoth Birded Sprine Wheat, lor IM
4 loundsHmiMth-headed Spriiitf W heat for 1 00
4 Pounds Wliita Hominy Cora for 1 00
4 Pounds of Harrison Potatoes, by Mail for 1 00
4 I"ounds Karly (Joodrich Potntoes, by Mail for, 1 00
4 Pound White Peach B' nv Potatoes, by Mail, I 00
4 Pounds of Blue Grass 1 for. ,,, 1 00
4 Pounds of Italian Grass teed for , 00
4 Pounds of Orchard Grass Seed fur 1 00
4 Pounds of Ilerd Grass sseed for . 1 a)
I Pound of ALsike or Sweeduth Clover Seed for. 1 to
2 Pounds of Cow Grass or tall Clover Seed for.- 1 On
4 rounds or red clover rx-ea ror 1 00
1 Pound of Ktryptianeven-htiHded Wheat. 1 00
Bvst Fodder Cutter, at Channhersbnnr........ 33 00
1 i'air or Cheater hite ilofrs, not akin, deliv
ered at Chamoersburtf. boxed m m
I no ot Jirab ma foot ra i owls.deU vered at Cuam-
DersourK, Doxed 7 00
A -subscribe for the EXPKRlMKXTlL Fadu
JUI H.AU only si.) per year.
I M 2Tue money, in all cases, to aocomn.in v thn or.
der. . '
F-All orders fillpd nromnMr bv f!TTl A T1TTT7
Proprietor of the threat Seed Vbeat Kxnerimentai
Farm. Chambersbure. Pa.
Farmers can rely that all Seed, Stock and Fowls
1 sent out by Mr. Geo. A. Deitx, are true to name and
1 pure of the kind. I7-lot
KECaUKA AUD KANSAS.
w e can mate it to your Interest to bar ronr niants
and trees of usl A"tiyT Because we will sell yo
the best of stock at lair rates, box fro of cost, asd
PKKPAY the freight onrnelvea. Bv this mHuis
yon kiiowjiisi wnat your plants cost.
We offer you Apple Trees of all leading kinds s
5 feet, 2 and 3 years old. headed low. stockv rrowth.
atii cents each ; fJl per 100. The same varieties, but
jMrarf and Shutdard I'rar Trrrt.I and 1 vo&ra i.M
Unrest slxe 60 cents each ; Sio per 10a The same, but
medium size, 40 cents each ; f 3) per 100.
JYncn Trees. All the leading varietlea. 1 n.1 9
j-fnrs, vrry nne, f n per iuu.
4'hrrnr Tree. Mont ly Karly Blchmond. fJov.
Wood, Klton, Morello, and the hardier kind, 1 2
and 3 years old, stocky trees, fjj and? 10 per 10031) to
Cbnrord.l year, well rooted. J 8 per 100, frf) pet 1000
do heavy layer for Immediate fruiting, 50 cts
Clinton i year, fine nnd thrifty, S per loa
t Ufowoo 1 year, stronsr Plants. 17 n-r lint n twr iiy
I . . . S. I r J . - I a t
. ji't 'jut u. rwifr 1 uiiii i jfars, cents eacu.
Itelatrarel anil 2 years, same price.
tv' Seedling I and 2 years. 25 cents each, 15 per 100
Jona, Uraella, Adriaiular, Dianuit, and inimv other
new varieties, at market rate. The Concord is the
ovm, 01 au.
BLA CKB ERR IES.
The Lairfon, being always tender here, have discon
The Missouri Mammoth. After another smumi'i
trial with this berry, it has fully sustained Its repu
tation as the best blackberry forthisvicinity. Kx-
nue pinnrs, wun roous complete, t-l per dozen.
?i ier lmi. n n-r num. '
Kittatiimjt. Medium to larsrt. sweet, rich, and of the
ut-si unvur uncruracn. tiuwr m
Uryttal If fate. I ruit laree. yellowish whitealmost
transparent : sweet and rich : fl txr ilr h ir mi
WUont Utrfif. Fruit very larjte, a little longer than
wuiiu, m wni ki. mil noes not nil well unless
pianiea alternately witn others; fl per dozen. 10
uonars per ikh
Choeoiate .Seedling. On trial, fruit past season ; fa
STRA WB ERR IES.
IWton't St edtinp. Too well known to need any des-
iipi.iii, uue jiiiuM.T uuiiar per kju, luotlarspei
TrimniA de Grind. Very large, showy and Rood: 1
' dolla ier am.
ApriruUurixt. Immense grower, large fruit, but not
Green I'm! Ue. One of the best rrnwon Mmir.M.
nrodnctlve; one dollar per ion, Ave dollars ix-r KM)
Ida. A new variety; great bearer; one dollar per
Dotrner't Prolific.-Ucht srarIK, a steady bearer:
one dollar per loo, five dollars per !(.
Sew Jertey .SrnrW.-Fine early variety, of good
quality, one dollar per loa
Jueanda,or Enox't 7oa A magnificent light scarlet
v: 1 ieu uoiiars ter lonu.
Golden Queen. Lhfhttiolden, very productive: two
dollars per 100: tewuvr tr mvi
H!nrr, '7rTU"'-f't Jrrower, and grea Kearny
" " '"" f"7 uiiwiij eiRui aoiiant per 100.
'Nw'f--aia to be of eaormous sire and produc
tive. Two dollars wrrimM '
.Yirtmor.-Claimed to be very superior and Drodiic.
tive. tine dollar per loo.
Borne Mammotfts-lSevr. vprr ntrnnt. ann
rood. One dollar rer dnwn fnnrt..i:un
Lenrtnp't IIA.-VCUiU; laree sixe. verv show.
rlua KOO Onedollar per dozen, live dollars
Etnen redlxnn -K new large varirtv, eTgreat
itrlti Two do'i"" Per dozen, ten dotla p. un.
PtakEJnperor.-Tery larw size, sinijle spertmen
i , K vIcr "w-nes in circumference.
Three dollars m-r itimn firrn .....
fax.-First introduced into South Bend, ImL. by
ten per hundred! dUar9 doI?d'
v - RASPBERRIES.
Doolittle't Black ar;).-Fniit lanre, blacksweet and
2 , vc... nuuuK anu uaruy. one dollar per
onzen. thn dn Mum - n r. ,.11 "v,'y
. - " JL 1 -', ve il 11 1 i.i a t im KL
Minma Black Ow. Entirelv ysdrw,L h
sweet, hardy, immensely produoivi One dollar
per down, twelve ii.iinM . .1. j uwu"
fc- . . ......... 1 .v i Liiininaillh
Pi47te Umt-An old, well known varietv. On
"II M Pr a'zen; three dollars per hundred, ten
dollars per thousand. "
iTl-'t?10? frwlt. sweet, proctlve
V J i ' . " v 1 rr 1' um.
wu v nniT: Iran tmv armi ti.va. i..
PtukuMphia.ThSu has proved uorfrctly hardv with
Twenty cents each, two lniinr r ,an
cht dolliirs iter hiindrett. .
l-Ei'irtkii. Fruit Ittrgo, roundteh, compact and very
". uoimrs per uozen, ten dollars per Vi.
I lark. JIurhiy valuable sort, n hii-h h omved
1 " rv 1 1 EianjT w LR ifL 1 Kn fl .m iu. n.kn.
jmniMnt Thorniest. Not ft thorn on It, This alone
is siiincient 10 mane It very desirsible lndeeU
Black, and very sweet an fine flMVored. Twenty
cents ench. two dollars nerditx . ten ilntliurs ner 10UL
Seneca Black Cap. ijitirely dtsUact; flavor unsur-
j iv.'m "u ; exxremeiy late ana. very prounc jwu
dollars wr dnxen. ten ilnllHrs ner 10O.
Mttmmuth Cluster. SeelllnK 01 the Miami; black,
w-tth a rich purplish bloom: extremely la.rsr.
ft..- T i " . .1 v . . ; 1 1 'V. j.
iuM.lAni!l!l( kliu Auuirw t. rmin raj. . ...
lanrest blaclc raspberry mey ever saw.- nitow
firm, so rr.uch so, tlmt they were shipped to the
New York market, 3kW miles, this season, with the
most aittlsfactory result. Bu.--n v'ry rank and
bardv. with but few thorns. Warranted not to
winter kill in the nioct e.iitosed situations. I. J).
T. Moore anvn. "It Is the larTrest and bear Black
Rasperry we ever Raw." Plants three dollars par
auzeu, twelve dollars jwr nuaureu.
CVRR A XTS.
Red rhitch. Well rooted, oae dollar per liOsen, seven
White lxMcK. Same as above.
White irrnfe. (jne dollar twenty-five cents per dox-
1a Verenile. One doilar and fiftv cents per dozen.
Black Xapte. For Jeliies. Wines, etc One dollar
per dozen, six dollars per hundred.
Severul other kinds, at one dollar per dozen, seven
uuiuu 3 iwn; LiLKxiiiy t wo yeanoiu.
Houghton Seedling. Considered very reliable: does
..... nui'jrw. uuuur ana mty cents per dozen
nine dollars nr loa. '
f'JV. Large-and fine quality of fruit; same
Xiiaa in Seedling.- Very hardy and desirable; same
SHE CUBES Y, I'LASTS,
each, two dollars rsr rinwn
''r??' f(Wf?J"c'', DevUia, Snowball, and most
of t!ie hardy shrubs, at same nrir
Dahlie, of more tliun im splendid kinds at rvntm
each, two dollars per dori-nV ' 3 cenU
Cat a7ricI,lend'-d ot fine planU
rlyre-iA.rci asscrtment of this hardy perennial
flowering plant, at same prices. J
rt-ntjrcmn.JUenntf u! showy flower, hardv ivror..
mat, ot many colors, at same price.
lT"81ock not emirapTufwt if -.nt
proi-ure the same and fn.M . -
boye pnces-ir amtnint h over iu-no charJef.Tr
boxing, and we will pr costof trinsw. 'V,r
. . ...
V ll,.U,"e.rl ..ou' !P'. nd
bee-ttimeto net out nil ni.n.'.nj
' n -
T7ARLY ROSE POTATO. American
Ut and Foreign Spring WhenU. Oateo, Ir-
Ipv. Cnrn. Cioverseeds, tirass seeds. Hogs, rowu.
iu-t FodJer Cuuer Send for the "Kxperunentat
Farm Journal. ' only tcenrs. Aaureaa
17-rnt GEO. A. DK1TZ, Cbambershorg. fa.
GRAPE VINES FOR SALE.
Plants of Best Quality I !
All the Leading Varieties, such as
COXCORD, CLITOX, DKT.AWARK, ITART
F01U PKOLIFIC. IVlis. NOiiTON"
and mai y Knr and rare varieties.
ATTOTIURTCK. CYNTHINA. DI-
ANA. HAMBURG. MILES.
MOTTLED. MARTHA. ROGER'S
rtra-berrlea, Raspberries, Elackbcrrlea,
of the best Market Varieties;
AND SEED POTATOES.
Early Goodrich, Harrison and
AH the above of ottr own rrowing: warranted
genuine and of BKrtT QUALITY.
isidor prsii A SON,)
liiushberg, Ha. f
Price list GnUs.
Amateur Cultivator's Guide
Kitchen 2nd Flower Garden.
The Twenty-third Edition of this popular and use
ful work, which baa met with an great favor in the
past, was Issued January 1-V much enlarged and im
proved, containing descriptive lists of all )1ower
and Garden tVfds worthy cf cultivation, embracing;
over twenty-five hundred varieties ; to which is ad
ded all the novelties tn Flowers and Vegetable for
, also two hundred varieties of the choicest
French Ilybrid Gladiolus.
The work comprises i0 pages. Tastenilv bound
In doth, with two beautiful Colored Plates, one
steel, besidHS one hundred other Engravings. Price
M eents, post-paid. Paper Cover, one Colored Plate,
one iinnareajurravmgH. posi-pnia, 3 eents.
Horticultaral Hall, Boston, Mass.
The 1'nrivalled Prize Tomato
We take pleasure In announcing fb the public that
we have secured the entire stock of this Justly cele
brated Tomato. It originated ia the garden of an
Amateur, who, after growing it for a number of
years in connection with all the leading sorts, he
came convinced that It was far superior to any oth
er, and that it should be widely disseminated; and)
for this puriHMe it was put Into our hands.. In con.
sideration of the many disappointments experienced
In the introtfurtloci of new varieties, we have give
u a morougn trial m two years : and it haa Tar e
ceeded our expectations, ever attracting great arten-
v. .... i, . v. - . . . i i . . t . . i
alt others at the Massachusetts Horticultural Soci
ety's Jrjhibition Uie past, two years.
On sccount of the Immense Donularltr of this
variety, well nd that parties are offering for sale a
spurious seed, desiring to obtain large prices for the
common aorta. ve weuia uieretore recommend
parties purchasing only those sealed packets bear
ing our name, as none outers can be genuine.
Price per packet. Si els - & Darka-ts. tl. Prices ta
the trade on application. -
WAPTTirtTRX A CO
K-2m ITortleulmral Hall. Koston. Mass."
THE TFIED GOOSE PE17M and
A RCUPPERNONQ GRAPE.
Bent free for tl each; 9 per dozen: K0 per 100.
Aaoremi .MHWkKy, luka, Mlssiiwippi.
WM. II. LYMAN'S
Uliistrated Floral Guide
CATALOGUE OF SEEDS AND, PLANTS.
IsnowpnbllKhed. contalnlntr descriptions of over
i.nw vsrienes 01 i lower tveus ana PlaiiB. II is
splendidly illustrated with about thirtr eleeant wood
engraving and two beautiful colored plates, one of
wuica wtii do, me ceieonueu
nnTTAnnM a .
"JlrS. POJLIiOCIa.'' GeranlUEU :
crtered rrom nature. In It will be found designs for
arranging the flower garden: together with full dl
rectMMia for Sowing Keed, Transplanting, c This
work will be sent free to all my Customers, and to
an others, on receipt of ten cents, which is not bait
me actual cosb
I am also Introducing to the Public mv new Tnmi.
JjYSIATS MA3IMOTH CLUSTER.
Dr. D. Itlce. savs: "Evervbodr shmiM hn it"
This Tomato is a cross between a French unknown
variety ana ine uff' Perfected, retain inr tho
smoothness and solidity of the ratter, growing in
clusters ; each stem bearine from six to twclv to
matoes on it. It is perfectly smooth and nearly
round, about the size of a Baldwin apple ; color of a
rosy pink, and keeps well; solid, has but few seeds,
and is no doubt one of the best earlv varieties we
uave. n is unexceuea ror ewunr raw. &nri u riuiL
clous for cookinr: belne verv kict fl.vomA Tn
eartinesii it excel Is the "Kevea Toniutn " mil irin-.,.
ns i run. f veniy, aoow ten days before the Karly
a l ndoubtedly the beat market variety of Tomato
v Wl" IHTt. If
i nis variety was obtained from semi In iuu t
ii npeneu n
pened iu fruit TEN DAYS before the Early
PRICE IN SEALED PACKETS, 85c. EACH.
For Illustrated circular, containing dr-rrtntin
WM.' II. LT w Ar, , J
Importer of Bulb, mn 2TUat, '
Fifth Year. 200 Acres.
GREAT VESTERH HURSERfES,
LYOXS,. CLIXTON CO 10 WA.
JTroit Iz. Ornamental Trees,
Grape VinoH, Sec,
FOU SPniirGT I860V
We ofTer for next
ck, a!l grown oi
tnentof nursery stoc
snll. and guaranteed to be full- . ,J4
- j bvi'w wiriv
Fbrfull portlcutArs. send for our Catafogve
which ia '
Apple seeds, warranted'fresh, UJX per bnsheL
Osageseeds, " - . 15,00- - -Fine
Osage rianta, f3,0O per l,f)oa '
Dr. J1W. E. EiriUS & CO.
THE BEST I'LL HAVE. IF IT
A COST A FARMSl-Enrly Re Potato
American and Foreign Spring WheotTotsflSSev:
Corn Cloverseed, (irass Kwl, Hok, i'owbv be-i
oddweutter. send for the '-ExpertoenJa Farm
Journal," only Scents. AMr
1. Jt HKO. A. DEITZ, Ch-mhenrtmjsj, pa.
I l-li. -"V. rnrv i'a.. for the -ex
,Tt.-t7ti'( wt a t. farm joCRNAL.
.VTAVVV i f 7v ARM JOC RMAX. J7-10
1 -l a a. - .
GRAPE VINES 1 : '
; GRAPE VINES!!;
250,000 cf theChoicest GrapaVisss
1,000,000 GRAPE YIXE CTTTIXC3.
ALso a large stock of
Currant Plants and CuUinsrs,
FOR SALE CHEAP. ,
jend stump for Price List and Essays on Grspe
Tlr TT. WTIRODKR.
Benton County irnrserics.
3talliKlica in 1850.
Fruit Trees of all Kinds,
ADAPTED TO OCR TRYING CLIMATE.
SMALL FRUITS, EVERGREENS,
of all sizes ; . -
HARDY snRUBS, IIEftGE n.XTS, Ac
In large or small quantities,' at ?
Shipments made at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Address, for prices, .
JOS. I. Bl'DD Jk, CO .
Fhe'Jeburg, Benton Co. Iowo.
For the annexed prices i will send the following
packages, post-paid and securely packed, in oil pa
per, on receipt 01 amouui:
Two Doien of either Agriculturist, Rnssell,
itowner s froiinc. Mauimoutn aintne, r in-
mnr. Kh&kr. lrimnon (Vtne. Ifouker. or
Peabody tttrawberries 10 I
Two dor.en Ctittlnint of either the Dwarf. Shad
berry, or Dwarf Mountain Cherry I.W
100 Gray wnilow Cnttlngs .. 1,00
(One or the most beautiful, rapid growing
Forest Trees, It does best on
dry land. -
One doaen either Victoria. IJnnlus. or Straw
berry lie I'lant, (strong iyenj iju
Half dozen either Purple Cane, MIrldlsn (yel
low). Hell u tontinav.i'tiiiaaeinbia.uami
r A. M. Yellow liaspberry 1X3
Two Axen Privet for Iledfea. small nlants. or
A G(KKAL ASHORTMKfT OF "
I Annlfl- VMC.n. PPitP. ThPrPV- PllITTl
I rr . , ' " '
AND PERSIMMON TREES.
Also Grape Vines, Gaeweberrles,
rants, Blackberries, and
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Xanesfield. Johnson Count v.ICaasas.
; , CATALOGUES FREE!
A-U J X,Ed Xj, &J4 Cw sJ
CATALOGUE of SEEDS,
AXD GUIDE TO THE
FLOWER AND VEGETABLES
GARDEX FOR 1869.
(Published In January.) Every lover of flowers
huub iui new worx, iree oi cnarge, stiouia ad-
dress Immediately M. O KKEFE, SON A tX Kll-
KURSEniES OF TT. F. IIEIHES,
AX OLD ESTARLISmiEXT WITH A
XEW FEA TURE.
Erery Person caa Procure Trees and Plaatsr
At Wholesale Prices,
by ordering through our Club Department.
For prices and other Information, address
W. F. L1EIKEM,
Mlama Raspberry Plants
The Largest, Best, and most productlre
BLACK CAP GROWN,
and as mnch superior w ine uaoiime itlaett Cup
as tne ttuaaea I'eaca ia to me cummoa aeeoiing.
W. 8. COMBS,
-Cadlsoa Co., I1L
Warranted Garden Seads.
Descriptive Price CataUgate,
vSrl'S? .,!lrr11r,Ptl"n of aU the CTTOICFST
JWIKTABLU Including the aioat desirable
eve 1 1 lcs. sntrreHtions rpt'.Min m,ir i.
now being lwsn.Ml. and win t.?- n,ua . 7...Z
-. Mdu , o otners on receipt of W cents.
SEEDS BY MAIL.
TCe furnish Oardew Reeds in n-!-
rKEE. tO any tMnt OfTir is tbvVrtlfnrf Mt. 1
ordered, at our rearulrr urioea.to anr
ED. J. KVA3M St (TL.
NcKSKRY-atf xjw Sums ix,
, , .York.Pean.
EIUE - -
ERIE, ERIE CO- PEXN.
! AaPIattman z Sprane,
i,ouo;000 Katlve Grape Tines
! true to name, as good as can be found in the United
1 rS ?COB? -04 two ) ca old. Samples sent by
I mall at IgO rates
Per K Per 1.000
lJO.flsS Concord: 1-vear. n l
iu,M) llartrord Prolific, 1-year, No. L
:,0f)0 Hartford Prolific, -ear, Ko. 1
3.M Diana. I-vear. No. I
3i.i0 Ive s seed ling. 1-year. No. 1.
10.iW Iona, 1-year, No. 1
,i i.r:teii:i 16111
60,!AMj Isabella, Ctawba and Clinton S
kinds, toe et tier with a nm 1..! r ,n - -
Crevelln,; Allen's Hybrid, Koger'. Hybrids . UnkS
others?' Kalem' K"rt"n' Virginia, nd
ax.mai Htrnwberry Plants stroncr.ornlltliebeet sorts.
.-. Itpberries and BlackbrrW WrM
lo.u Currants and (inwhor
auXM Fine 3-year old Apple frees, best leading
kinds, ul r .t..i - , .... -""'
if.'I. .1? n1 14r- at per Ma
x rccs, i-j ear 01a, at fi per lfim.
ALSO FF.ACTI TREI-S. PT.T'r Tnviv . tvtt
COTS AUD UUESCE BUtSilES.'
Together witb a large stock of
I Apple Seedlings; Pare. Plum and Cherry Reedllnirs-
citings, with AppleGrafU,furulshed
iiSmtrff rini5-.?f .raa navlng their
in piri ..V iZ.. :-."-'VJ i""- so iv win arrtve
,?Z y- ? p,edk' ourselves tn furnlMi as
-ihi?.fVr-th'l"urM cari be-bmtrht from any
reliable estatimhment in the Ulted.siies
I v.f1:IS"Xs, ":tn wler sroe-tIrd'csvand
I caiante oa tiiuvery, or U. O. D..
' fi tTL Sl''r TI'rleaKe give plnce. County and
: State in full. '1 rude list sent on application.
L A. PLATTMAN A SPRAOUK.
Krie, ij-foCX)., Penh.
IfyoawLsU to plant this comlnj spring, send In
your ordors erly, and save
TEEE PEDLEIl'8 JIAI1GIN.
A fine stock of two year old
APPLE, FEARr PLUM AND CHERRY.
Alao Shade Trees, Evergreens, Ornamental Shrubs,
' and a general N ursery Stock
COWSTANTI.T OH HAND,
AT T3IE PROSPECT HILL XUP-SERIE3,-Geneseo,
3. Si E. RICIOIOXD, Proprietars.
aj- Corresjiondenoe solicited.
30 Psc of Plnla Directions for Planting
.h mit.v.tinrr forfiimiivfts we iw niHrKei iranieii.
An. I mnrbatitur all KmA 11 Fruits. Written from 3
.HVl UU.IIVt.uin - . . . . .
tm- exrwrience. and eives an uw iinunmmu
the laitrer and more costly works, sjatoputnew
krlnora nn unnal fiitinr with Old fTUlt KrOWerS.
Vhnve hnn.1reLs or fesnmoniam, Ol uu
. i,n.i. w.m ur tt w iH'hnMi sample:
"Vonr riiiwtlorn for erowimr fctrawbemes ana
Raspberries are the best I have ever seen."
Wholesale and retail lisUi ot our plants sent
K rr I M I I 11 ! Mc
mail free on application.
.AdUreS8 PITRDY ITAXCE,
tSouth Bend, Ind.
I Apple, Pear, Finns, Cherry, Erergreea
A LARGE VARIETY.
Also, Grape Vines, Currants, Gooseberries, Rasp
berries and Ktrawberries.Choice ftoses. creep
ers. Vines, Tuli, Lillies, Peonies,
AT EGVT RATES.
Grounds 2d Block Sooth of Court House
sroreiivG of isoo.
I desire to call the especial attention of nir former
Customers ana ine pwiH- generauj, roraj siotk ana
nric-s. esnectaiir to tne arHTT or me siocs now
offered, and I would solicit a rotiuance of yor
patronaee and favors, to deserve wmck nay best ei-
forts wul be uirectea.
i"li-kin!r and shipping don lit a careful man
ner. . All roods delivered at tnerixpr-sa'jmce.Mail-
roal or riteamboat Landing; free of chartre.
Plaats and Serds by 3fail. trapevines,Btraw-
berries, t urrants, Ka spoerriea, uooaeierries, Asftar-
airus, vines and cumber, r-euuing fiants, ituibous
Hoots, tlarden. Flower aud Tree teeds, will be sent
rv mm tanirii. e mn r aiiiu a i rw iia j? Mr-lis.
! hv mil anvclistanoe. aecurelr packed in entta-Der-
I cha silk, damp mis, Ac. I send articles packed In
, this way in pe:
rfect safety to the most distant parts
of the L nlted (states.
9Tlf articles sent out by me are not as represen
ted, send tli em back at my expense and your money
shall be refunded.
Rome of the leading articles will be furnished at
the following prices.
lataioguea ana ea circular rurnisaea on appli
Concord Grapes, f 1 per do4 fS per hundred.
I ve's Needling, tlw per nVz flu per hundred.
IJelaware, two years olel 23e each.
Clinton, fl per doz.; f5 per hundred.
My list of Lilies include the best " the Japan va
rieties, and our old native lavorttes ai sow rates.
iaents in the varieties of this splendid flower
renders it one of thellnestof all ''Flora's" gifU.
Mv stock comprises over thirty varieties. varv
in tn rrHf rroin I'l cis. if per duid.
Tlarida. or.lIrxiraR Lilr-Annppropriatecom-
panion to me aoove, of anewy eumvauoav W
Anarillis, er Jacobean Lily-Kare; SO centSs-i
Tnfce Kwc.-A fine stock and cheap, 25 cents eaebv
Herbaceous, &c.y &c.
Chinese reonies ..
( Yi mson
" . Alba
w..each 25 eti
Pweet Scented Violets...
Lye hn ess (irandi flora.
i it:, mile.
A Selection nf tVi w. Hal KI wkl.li
forbida to enumerate; also. Plants for Vasea,. rna,
Bitaketa, Ac., such as Myrtle, Halm, tvy (ieranium.
Dew Plant. Baxifrara swrnientoaa.. Monevwvrt
, , ,
Also. Hanging Baskets and Flower Pots, with or
- uugut piants, always on nana.
Havana, Mason County, I1L
i"Be particular to order earlv.
The most durable timber; last hundreds of years.
Tree or rapid growth, and very valuable fbr lum
ber, rails, posts, poles, railroad ties, Ac
eeeds should be sown in winter or early spring.
9W For description of trees and qualities. sen4
i on umce stamp.
All kinds of young trees sent by express, and
of all kinds of frees and pfcnfs sent bv mail. If nr.
EL WILBUR Jt CO.,
Grand Kaplds, Mich.
We have a lartre
with manv others. whi-h nir..vriiv i " 11"!?
VV-WV i-wD L'in vvw
' ' ' " ' Lru. Ul 111.11 ! w ann UHU1 IV
. a.. . A.a' . JlJKjA.
InlM. Vm. t n -
Uainr. 1 1 rn n.. if i. ... '
Straw berries, limrUtvrrries. Kvcrtma-
uamnul Trrrs, Shrebs,
rlawers, t leirerina .-hruh- a--.
niB eooo reliable mm -h .
recommemled to actas aant forus,lnevery co,rmy
In ebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, to m.11
commission or Salary.
It. L. BOBQ A CO.,
Grape Tines for Sale.
rmw w -.. .
8100 rer IBOa.
Sb'O per lOOtlL
Also, a lew thousand lvn.ru.
varieties. ,nls or 'bene
1000 Gallons Norton, Concord and Catawba Wines.
Mascoufah P. 0 Sk Clair County,
The only II. rdy, Pro,!uttITe aad Satis.
'"""f nurn tn tUe XartUwest.
Tli!s extremolv hni'v- .. ... .
fiance to Curcu io . iV .. 1? : ' "m. '
liiltueiices. ' ""'erumieauiiy
C-IiIc'rPolnts or Value:
It Is tjerfectl v hanlv
3. It Is not liable to injure from late Spring frosts.
I Prow rnpidly while young.
i. It is free fnm vprv iiu.....
3. It fruits verv earlv.
S. It bears a cron evprv r4ir
7. The fruit kwna wil hi will . .
8. The fmft Is of excellent flavor.
The 1 Hi lies Drvfpr It. for nnwrvlnir
10. It U never uitiinl hv tho (iin-iiii..
II. The fruit nirt-iis alxnt the lt nf tor.A.K.
whua Uiers-is no other plum to be had. '
Tine well grown tres, five feet hltrh and no.,
acii f 1 ; per dor.(W; per huadretl, :o
HIGIITSTO-.V-X, NEW JERSEY.
rrirTi Trees and Tr
i.-ftYi x-TiiiilturL-it and Wilson Strawberry,
t p-r 1 ft T0 per H'.otu
10.0CO Wilson's Eir!y i:;sck berry, at f per 100;
Pcaca Trecs-l't l?k'$fln'?t b r-r UXO; 2nd siie,
per IjO. jQ per l.'M) ,
,-llsou' Earlr iiiackberry. iut tutuags, fl per 100.
f per 1 iwo; t ) per 1J. -'..
KUUUnny. 70 cu. per iw); ft per l.tow ; f30 per lO.OCa
ALSO A LAT.GE ASSORTMENT OF -
bcrry, and otlaer Plaatj,
AT LOW RATES,
ITavIn? mndp the Nursery business the sole occu
ration ot mv life, and prx-tired my btock only fr-im
reliable sourcess, Kio wuo may favor me with
t aeir orders nxav depend on get tin what they order
tnie to naiiie, a:id iiit quality in every respect.
Tres and pianu packed to carry In good order
anv distance, and tlelivered to Railr'-ad D pjt freeof
charge, alter which they ore at purchaser rsk.
fasn, or satlsi-ctory references must accompany
'retid 1 vour orders early, and they shall be prompt
ly attended to. For lrice List and r artii-niars.
Address LUAS. BLACK.
1Wm lUiitstown, N. J.
E. C. EEXTO.V, rroprletor.
Establl-ril In 1S.1G.
AU the most desirable varieties
C5RAPE3 AND SMALL FSriT PXulNTS
CONSTANTLY ON IIANXV
Of superior qualities, warranted trne to name,
price as low, if not lower, than plants of same qual
ity can be purchased elsewhere. Also
Fruit and Oraanienfaf Trees,
which my extensive cqna!ntsne with all the
ng nurserymen enables me to furnish tomycus
tomers on the most favorable terms. .
Uurlns an experience f TWELVE TEARS, la
JTOCKING LARGE FRUIT PAR.MS,
I have tested msnr varieties. NKW AXI)
NATIVE AND FUUEIUN. and also learned
great extent which nurserymen are reliable, as
as those who are not. Therefore our customers
rely on receiving all articles renuine. and avoid
vexation attendant in t-pweaeof inferior stock.
I LLf STRAT KD AND PRICED aVTALOGCES,
with fcrief finf romprehnwtfrein-truetlons for
TBiion. maiieurreetoait appneanta.
D. C. EENTOf,
F L 0.1 S T.
'Ram 1a-ta inArM f. tea tVUnl- aMk-ft-t K- K -.
a m, i ica t in 'i iia as .v ii irim ariiri aiij , -i Jr u r
Is better prepared than ever to furnish all kinds ot
plants, either to make the (. 'aniens sny in summer.
or to furnish flowers for the
In winter. Devoting ten large f;r.nliHt to this
business alone, he leHs aarrunted is ataeiug he has
the largest stock west of New York i
VERBENAS, .. . ....
I IK MOT ROPES.
lil. v rinr
Grown esp-ntly for shipping, he has a splendid
stock.- His twelve years experience la the west
gives unrivalled opportunities to know what our
wauern people want, and how to send it tbera. A
Descriptive, with prices. Ls iasaed annnallr. about
Lie first or rebruary, which will be sent to ail my
patrons of istis as soon- aa issued, ud t,. .21 ,t.
on applkationw Aidress
. ASR-Clark Street, Cblcaga, 111.
If yoa want a good article of Nnrsery Stock,
Grape Vines, Currants. Goasberrles.
Itaspberrtes, UlaeSc berries.
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Peaeh
Trees, K-ersrreesis, and
Send youi orders to
J. W. PEARJIAN,
or R. W. Ft'RNAS, Brown ville. '
catalogue ire-, 13-9-y
FLORAL, GUIDE FOR 1869.
ine nrsi edition nritn t.;ihh ti.
... . T , , . . - - inww.ii'1 ci
.V ' "'u",r1- vaiaiojrue Of tweeds ami l.ui.l-In
a in '",lBl-.o-aiHiruiiyiiiiitrtel.wita ahoat
150 ine ood Enrravlnn ot H.,-.r. . . x- .
atim, and an rv-
ELEGA XT COLORED PLATE,
A BOQUETTE OF FLOWERS.
Jtructlve Floral (luide publiahed, giving pUiTaad
. Lhoroueh directions for the
Caltare ef Flowers and Vrgctablea.
The Floral Guide Is published" fur th. ivonn r-
r't"' f.wiom U " ""t free without applM-a-
r Jin -" ""x'" arue.no ail who apply by maiL
for 1 cents, which la not halftHe cost,
Address JAM EH VICaT,
Rochester S. V.
ST. LOUIS CO., Ma
1 00.000, Box Elder Seedling, from C Incite.
'.' M imi tim.k Cap 'ip"berry
4 00 per M
12 tw per M
2 50 per M
1 .W.gua t.MJ,
vrpo mes or au the leading varieties.
Rlt'H'D BKKKY : CO..
EHeardvi:i y. (J., Kt. Umi Co., Ma
SIjO per Annum, in Advance.
Single Copies, 20 cent.
10 suusoriDers wi.-lilnz to rmv at th en.i .r
the year, , if orderetl by
January 1, 136.
The Whitlock Exposition and Ex-
25 Broadway, N. Y.
ANDREW R. FULLER, Exrroa,
The chen nest lonrnnl of th tint nnWtDi,,i
ana tne only one glvlne the price list of trees.
vines and plants in -AU Nurseries In One,"
a r vuutiaiiru.
. L m 1 iu. r", i,i lain, n im, . . . a v. . . . i , .
for farm, Oartien and Household; and it
paces are filled with articles from the bst
horticultural and aericultural writers in the
world. As a snecial Inducement r,fr tn
send one plant of either of tha faiiswin va-
.iyiii- u iuis, 10 ail wnoinaia taelr nama
with ( 130.
Clarke Rappherry. Davlson.'a Thornlesa
IUspberTT, .llihUe Iisnoerry, Missouri
"i.uiiuiuiu jjiucarfrr v 1 nnir- i; ui n n
Choice Japan Lily, Iona. Grape Vine, or two
r-rt.iy niuoB liiacjtwirry, two Klttatlnny
Llackberry. Or. to an v ona who will semi -
cenU extra, to py postage, we wUl send,
One Tvund of Early Rote JVrrfoe
The Plants Will be CnrfnlW TiyV,! ant unl I
by mail, post-paid, as earlv In tho Antnmn
Crp Viae, ta-,f0-gn
We ofTer fbr Spring pUatlnr
Ornamental Trees, Grape Vin TT
tent, variety, vigor aud beaut, efr2jV,
Full partioilrs giren In the Ulo
Jtist Issued, ser.t prepai-i oa rS
forNos.l,:AJ-Xo.tfrw. Jfa 1 7
alogue of Fruits. y0. 2. Qrnmr?y
Cmn House Plants. 5'o. t, -uioi i
ELLWAGEH & b.Ujt
Near New Eraaawlck, 'tw
One Mile from Voorhee s Station, 31 Uk
Oae Tear CIA frea u
First 8!xe, thrifty stocky trees, X;ts;y
$19 ser 1C 9fr ll
I 8econd Sixe, thrifty stocky trees, !t
87 r ltf j tZt per lfts.
List f Varieties Naw
Early kinds ripening here in Aaral
Early, Troth s Fr!y KM, Larrs r-jj
Honest John, Cooledre's Fsverite, IWji
George the Fourth. Teilow KarrJK,rk
Crawford's Early Kelocoton, aa4autij
Tbe klcds rlpealsg ftvm tkebetig-H
of September, are Oil V!xea fm, iu
Morris White, r-rtrn't T!Uw, K-ti
Susquehanna, Crawford's Lata k!K
nni, ;d Mlxoa Ulng, Princa HH Ln,
Late varieties ripening la the sad af lp
and beginning of October, are Htnma i
President, Late Admirable, Wsrd'i UN
stone Heath, Pmork'a Late Free.rrtrt
I White Free, Carpenter's WkUe sad Us
35,009 Lawtoa Blackberry PUnts-
i 20.0CO Wltfon'a Albany Strawberry Fm-
10 0U Itttssell's Prolific 81rawberry ra-
IIH:?IIY K. HC7.
OLD CASTLE NUK-If. -
GENEVA, ONTAR IO CO. XI
Invito the atteatloa f
Dealers and nxs
to their extensive aad rellaMe
Frail Treea-Rtandard and Dwa-f;
Oraaaaeata! Tree and brabs-
a. "wl vergreea ;
Raaes, t.reea Haaae sat
Parties wlahingMELEtT 3fTr!CXI
either for their own planting it to aef? V
quested to give oa a call er write lb T
enclosing stamps for catalogues as b?m'-
DeacrlpUve Catalogue of Traits Urn "
Descriptive Catalogue f Oraaa.stai-s
Wholesale Trade List-one red stamp.
T. C. MAXWELL 4
Cfeneva. Ontarte, Cs.'
The best Grape for general cultJviJ
As s decided by a committee ef lessf
noted Grape Growers and Wlae JUsa
Price so low that all wbe will iJP
We are now sel'Jng them at
C-0 per 1003 ; $Tptrl
One dozen sent my mail, secure! p-4
age paid, foe $1,39.
MeCVLLCUGH, DRAlt n
ll-3n iJ 37. aarsaWt)
First Premium awarded ty
Lake Msere Grape Growers
tot "the Eest Six clusters of FrnJt, Qoaiity
. . . - la ri
navtDr niirty Acres or Use ax--- j
re coW(l.r it for lartlins. eriin- J
prorr.iiie in brin. fredum from a , .1
cluster, and big!i'r-in quaiity of lry
wu mm proniaoie oui-aoor ur
We ofrvlmrons vines, grown from tl
stock 01 Air. i 0. iiogers, as iuau-
T. L. HAP.KI3. 7.
Broctoa P. O- t huu'l-
? r t f- --, . t 1 j'CH
It UA 1 II Jt i tiU I UM
Do ftr e whotal business la
sntf -SHAl I, TI-K l-.-i, aa-,aav ni-J'
ATI t. rfir-ry Frn."5 and Cr rL
aia. & -laity. (rndl turn; lor t
any inArmioa reiuid, ia