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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1861)
30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
Amyrfr wl icb rc VTil sin's Albany, $1 per 100 or
d6 ) ,r luy ; Jenny Linl. per 100; Triompbe
dc'unid, $2 per 1"3 ; Lo-'on Pine, Iloveys Seedling,
H.x.'twcr;'-, black Princst ay Queen and 25 other
kinds at $T pr 100.
Plants of ULdoipb. Pine Sprinly of 1683 at 2
klglUl. NEMAHA NURSERY.
37ItIICCI3 ets CO.,'
FLLMlirU. JN. i .
TT:n mA Tlap now stnwliprrr CatAlomf. ffffl
pri-ine l-r0 varie ties, and new Catalogues of bul
lous Flowlrs and Grapes to applicants enclosing
Prince's Scarlet Magnate Trurophe dej.and,
Tiller's Jenny I.ind, and 20 other varieties. 51 rr
100 and $5 t'I1'"0- VVil-.n's Albany. orrn per
10D.1 per H'OO, f 10 for 3000. Austin's teeedung
SI iir Dozen.
For tther Fplr.l5d varieties see Catalogues.
Aug '. nR-lt
luw rules, v;z : j a 20
Smcl Hani, - - " " i6o
1 d .t.b " - 9 00
J"0 " . ' " . . . 65 00
?!tM onT.meut your Lawn, and Evi
dence ci p.u.ly .. rj. A. TERTIT,
NovT' Crescent City, Iowa.
20,000 young and straight Apple Trees, in twenty
tardy varieties, at J3 p-r hundred.
"WANTED Twpty-five bogs from 40 to 80 lbs.
weight at hib prices, to be paid for in Nursery
Stock at low prices.
Put op in tar-rs sullicient to piani uc
15cts ; a red EUmp to be enclosed to jay return
'SOla.hels seed spnng Wheat at 75cts per bushel
AH the above to bo ivered at Brownr.ne
Ag. ItfCI. " - R. O. TIIOMI sU.
' r- nnnfnr ntJ APR
' The Oporto is a very sm.ng grower, and is per
fect! hardv. havitiR fruited annually for more than
Xtji years. It is very productive, oia vines cav
ing produced from live to over ten bushels each.
iuVsinjrla-season. Two vine, two years planted
in L Salle county, Illinois, were uninjured bj the
cold, end fruited last season. The wine finds a lrea
dy sale from, two to four dollars per gallon. Ivead
what the jtrblicsay of the Oporto.
-h is esteemed by rii.vsic:ans a good Tort Wine.
If is soiifewhat astringent, rich and of fine body.
Tbe-vines are unfailing and good bearers. l.ev.
l)r. Lounsbury. ,
"I have six different kinds of Crapes, and the
Oporto is the best of either of them lor wine, and
Uuer than any other grape that I am acquainted
with." A.Devereaa.iHtUe Kural.
"For several yrars we bave rt-ada wine irons tn
Oporto Gran-, and find areidy sale at one dollar per
fc'ttl", S'H.irg 50 bottles for single orders. -by.ves-tvi
Strong Yme to $3. For vines or tijoulaM
adWre.i . WARE ; WESTER' Lyoas, . T.
IaATEST Tlion THE SEAT OF
GOODS CHEATER THAN EVER.
THE.S70HE FOR BARGAINS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C0HE AND SEE HE.
DEN'S KEY STOCK.
1 have tuis 4iy received vaj
"Hardware and Queen?vare,
." Dxy'Goods and Groceries,
. ' Eools and Shoes,
. " . Hats and Caps,
Powder and Shot,
.To wMih'l tsfce p?nre i callinz the siwi1 atten
ti ti of rtiF i:t4ic, reel.na asMirl lean oiler such in-
i ciui i.ih'lu iii.(t,aers e tbey npver before bave had
in t;nVi""e. I hivepur.hj-iiJ imler pecuhaily favor
i.ly cirfuiiiuuce. au2 will give iuy patron, the beue
Ei of ray good fortune.
I Buy and Sell for Cash,
OR PRODUCE IN HAND.
tASII I'AII FOU HIDES.
BOOTS 'JIXD SHOES MADE TO
W. T. DEX.
Erownville, Oct. 31, lSI.
CHEAP FLO WE G &. FRUITS
1 will frnd, by mail, postpaid, 100 small ECLBS,
motly mixed 1 L'LJl'S, for one dollar, and Large
Luri.s of same, fur 5:2. Cthcr Lulbs, a meJ, low
- IILilliACr-OUS PERENNIALS, of 50 sorts, fine
mixed KOSLS snd other I1AKDY SARUUIJERY,
by cxlt'-s?. or railroad, 4 to 8 dollars per 100. Nam
ed and oilo'.CE poitis, about doubly price; and more
ia sh,;L fleeted )ols in all5t)9 va-letie?.
S.u. Fkcits" of all sorts, including Delaware
and 1'oNCurd GhatEs, equally reasonable.
J- ti rr and Crn aukvtal Tjieks, 2j j-er cent.low
' er tban u.-ual. Al! t.if ; ly i -ked, to keep a month,
at purchasers cost. Ain .--.
JOHN A. KINNICOTT,
The Grove V. 0., Cook Co, Lis.
Ever offered in this Market.
KO DOtDT ACOLT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROV7IIVILLTJ, IT. T.
DAVID . EIGBL
Announce to the public that he has opened cut a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, rnprecsdented in quantity, quality and prices. He
is determined his prices i-ha'l correijnd with the
times, nl therefore offer here in the West, at just
as low rates as such goods can be purchased anywhere
in the United States. As a sample of his prices h
will mention tbat be e!!s
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, rials, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sus
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c, in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satUf action.
Call ,xa.d soo liim.
Brownville, June 18, 1361. -ly
CLOTH I N G
Will give to customers just now 6uch bargains as has
never before been presented to thcui lie will sell his
goods or manufacture to order
And take in pay
Z2 is f
CASH OR WHEAT.
At the highest market price,
Brownville, Angut-t 29th. 1861.
rri r-TT-i rr 1 R
I 1 Vi - V ' ferf fear i. rT-wi ham U
5,000 Stniard Apple trees, of the most hardy and
aporuvfd v.rietn s, tnree ana
four-years old. from five to per 100 p. 600 p 1000
e.t-Lt teet hib $10 00 $40.00 $60.00
Goof -t ernes, ll"U7ht.n's 4.00
teir U'rrie. Nec Pine, the best
variety known 60 1.60 1.50
MrAvorv.No f -75 2.00 3.60
' Jennie 5oe!l'(f. Ceneee, crimvm 1.00 J,00 6.00
t. rt blckl-errv. ,er ttzen $2 00
rranrci.ia IU.i berrj ' 60
lai-t.ff ' ' M
SclUu Uybrid Tie Plant, none better!. 00 15.00 . 25.00
Ked Dutch Currant, p. doien $1.00 6.00
K.ack Naples Cuit't " 2.00
One year old apple Medlines 1 00
Also ouraroi o'.her articles contained In XnrserlM
tcuurally, lU.e, Dahlias, Thloxes, ttc, tc.
. . A'Mrem, K. E. BACC.V,
Wiilovo Crttk, Lee Co., IO.
: ."Crevcling". Grapo Vines.
Orders for Vines ol thiirelly mrl tarty
Grape accompanied ly Cash 'ft iii receive prompt
(iood one year Vinos. 50e each, $4 p rd ien.
Goid two yeai' Vines, $1.00e h. $7 p'-r di zen.
f. M. COODWIN A M.O.,
v2n3 " Kin"oon, Luzerne Co., l'a.
Saddles, Erldles, Collars, ITliIps,
Lashes, Lines, Giiihs, Surcingles,
Siirrvps and Leathers, SnaJJle,
Curb and Port Bitis, Ring
Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering Hair Constantly on Hand.
In order to suit all, I make harness from $ 35
I have collars from 65 cents to $2 each.
Halters from T5c. to $1.75 each.
1 wlLL, SELL, AS LOW, if not lowe
than any one north of St. Joseph, and those
wishing anything in nj.7 line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call before buy
JOHN W. MDDLET0N,
mtowivrixEE, x. t.
To di silled ''Soldiers. Scamm and .Mari
'ners and in lours or other heirs of those
.who have died or been killed in service.
CIIAG. C. TUCKEH,
. .Attorney for Clalments,
.tar.n-, Lnrd and rervion A;enf,
WASHINGTON CITY". D.C.
lTtd..i procured tr Bi,i...iors. Seamen and Manner
of he pre-ent irl who are disabled by wound re-
i eJ or disease contracted w hi 'e in service; and Pen
"V'uiiK. Bouji'T Money and arrear of Pay ottaned for
v jl ir other be rs of those ho Lave died or been
kiiled vbile iu service.
B uuty Land procCredfor hervl e in ary t.i the other
.n .O I " T.' r D
Sor. 7, lSr bl&-tf Wa.UnivoPj i. C.
At the crossing of the Illinois Central, and St. Louis,
Alton and Chicago Railroads. Established 1352. on
the open Prai'ie, and contains 140 acres. Truit, Orna
mental and Nursery St. .k, a very larpe, general and
reliable assortment, VUliY CHEAP for Cash.
Especially Adapted to ttc Severe Climate
of tLe Northwest.
AP?LR HIKES, from 1 to 4 years old. $15 to $60 per
Vt) VJHfl , AMTA, $4')per lO.Ott. APPLE STOCKLS,
one to io ern, elw te; f r praftin? . $2; second cla?s,
t r f,ov:ar.d. ,MAZZA1U C1IKHRY. $3 per 1.000.
STAN DAK I) AND UWARF PKAR, CHERkV, PLUif,
PKAl H, QI INeK, XKCTARIXE, AXD APRICOT
DWARF APPLE. Ql'INCK, PEAR, PLCJi, AXD
RiSE SToC'tS. Ajij'le Scion $ 50 per thousand.
CuftinntOtage Orange. $1 50 ni 2,50 per thousand.
U'ion't Sirawbery, and many other Standard Sorts
three dollars per thousand. Grapet Catawba, Clinton,
Uabella, well rooted, one year old three doilarf per
hundred, twenty dollars per thousand. Delaware
one aud two years old, tour to ten dollars. Rhu
barb, best sorts two to Dve dollars per hundred
Hovghton Gootberry, one to two year :d one to
three dollars per hundred Dotcntny'i Ever Bearing
MulberytoMt to eight dollars perduzeu. V.vergreent
everl ortg ten dollars per thousand. Shade and
Wctpng Treci. Shrubt, Ft ore er Root t. Baf, Rotet,
an imni-ne variety mostly one to two dollars fifty
Pa kin carefully d.,ne. CaUlof-nes sent on receipt
of a three cent U:p. A'ld; e,
T K PHOEXIX,
Xov 14, l&ei, nl-6rn Xloomington, WinoU.
70,000 APPLETREE S.
AT FAIR VIEW NURSERY, HALF
A MILE WEST OF SIDNEY IOWA.
TlK'se trees arc thlrft ,f t!,ir ay u bo found
!a the State tl-ey aradptd l theao.l i,J cliiiiHla
ZJ.OOO 4 year ol 1 tren, let choice, 20 ctntg tai lt
21 mi. I Scent e.n-h
45,oo() 2 year old treei (they ore blcecnei) at 10
400 2 yi-ar .l 1 IIoul ton S -rdlir.j (J rfcbcrry,
full of fniit l,ud 15 coKt ;' h
Soil 2ye:irold Med lJutcu Curran!, full of fruit
Lad. 15 centg earh
100!) 1 year old Ued and WLite Dut h Curranti,
at 10 cants each
200 1 year old Concord Grape Vines at 50 cent,
each, this is the beet knnwn grape
2'JO I year old Isabella GratKj Vines at 25 cents
Standard and Dwnrf Tears at 50 cts t
In exchange for the above, I will ttak0 Wheat and
Flour at the Sidney market price, or youi. Cattle,
Lumber, Cah, or elow notes nn tea percent in
Frin present indications xre will have a wet sc in
and those that wih tc kiom Orcliards will do well
r co rue a z.1 ret t-eis.
Harclil4,'01. fcJMf DEMIT EF.0WX,
4 e. r
By the of these Pills the periodic attacks of ATcrt
out or Sick Ileadr.che may be prevented ; and if tnken
it the commenceuient of an attark iiumeUa:e relief
from rain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail iu removinc the Xaxtea and lleaa
ache to which fenules ate so but iect.
They act gently upon the boweis renoving Cotive-
For Literary Men, StuiTent, Delicate Females, and
all persons of tedcntarij habit they are valuable as a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and tt
por to the digestive o! pans, and re-t rini: the natural
elasticity and strength of tte w U 14 -;teiu.
TbeCEPHALI-: PILLS are tt c t rs"' i of longinvesti
pation aud carerully conducted experiments; having
been in use many years, during which time U.ey have
prevented and relieved a vast amoun.of piin and suf
fering from Headache, whether originating in the ner
vous system er f roai a deranse.1 state of the stomach
They are entirely ve-'etable in their composition, an(!
may betaken at ali tines with perfect safety, without
makintr any change of ciet, and the absence of a' y di
atireable taste renders it easy to administer them tt
Beware of counterfeits!
The genuine iave five signatures of Henry C. Spalding
on each box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A box will he sent by mail prepaid on receiptof the
Price 25 cents.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48, Cedar Street, New York.
Dec. 8, I860. n22-ly
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
Will convince all who suffer from
Speedy and Sure Cure
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
Al th ete Teetimonial were vntol ieited by Mr. SPAL
DING, they afford unquestionable proof of the
efficacy of thit truly scientific discovery.
Btverly, Mass., Dec. 11, 1860
H C Spaldixo, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large sbow bills, to
bring your Cephalic l'ills rro-e particularly before
my customers. If you have anything of the kind,
please send to me
One of my customers, who is subject to severe Sick
Headache, (usually lastiDg two d;iys,) icon cured
an attack in onehourby your PJls, which I scut her.
W li WILKES.
1 Rey.ioldtl'urrj, Fm u?:7 i n Co,, OJ
January 9, lSGl f
IlENTtT C Spalding,
Ko 48 Cedar St, X Y .
Inclosed find twenty-five cent?, (25.) for which
send box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to a.iJrc?. of
Itev WmC Filler, Kevnold-burg, Franklin Co, Ohio.
Your Pille work like a chnnn cure Headache al
W MC FULLER.
ilunontille, Conn., Feb 5,1881,
I bave tried your Cephalic Pills, and I He them
so wdl that I want you to send me two dullars worth
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
a few ont of the rir t box I g.it from you.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob't servant,
, Haverford, Pa., Feb. 6, 1861.
I wish you to send me one more box of your Ce
phalic Pills, have received a orert deal of benefit
MARY ANN STOIKHOtTSE.
Spruce Creel, Huntington Co., Pa.,
January 18, 1861.
n. C. Spalding.
You will please send me two boxes of your Cephal
ic Pills. Send theui immediately.
JNO. B. SIMONS.
P S I have used one box of your Pilln, and find
Belle Vernon, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861.
IIenry C. Spalding, Esq.
Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which
send me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They
are truly the best Pills I have ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P M.
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co, O.
tW" single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will gave ten times its cost annuallyJ
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
SAVE TEE PIECES I
ZT-A Slich in Time Saves Xine
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
families, it is very desirable to have some cbeapaud
convenient way fur repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
ery. f o
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
tiiTt all u, h emergencies, and no household can
afl jrd to ba without it It is always ready, and up
to ihn .iti'Uin; point
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N II-A brueh accompanies each bottle. Price,
25 ccnta A-dnv
Ili:.M.V C SPALDING,
No i S Cedar Street, New York.
As certain unprincipled jier-na ere attempting to
ialra off on the nnK'pfutir..; public, imitations of n j
'KEPARED GLUE, I wuu'.d caution nil persons
eraraine before purchasing, and see that the full
L3?-SPA1DING'S PREPARED GLUE..ffJ
is on the outside wrapptr; all others are atr'nid inj
SEEDS AMD 1MCHIHES,
No. 14, North Mfin Street,
Sign of tht Gti Plow.
And Ko's. 203 Xorth Fourth St, or-218 Broadway.
PLANT & BBOTHER,
ARE BECEIVTNG a larg assortment of
Plows. Harrows, Cultivators, Ifres, Bakes,
Shovels, Spades. Picks, Axes, tttcbets,
5' jthes, Snaihs, Cradels, Forks Grindstones,
Cahoon's Broadcast Seed Sowers, Seed Drills,
Hay, Straw and Corn Stock Cutters,
Threshers, Corn Shellers. Pum's.
Kirbj's Amcntaii iron Harvester
Revolving and Spring tooth nors ITay Rakes,
Krauser's Ciier and Wine Jlills with Press,
Sugar Cane Crushers and Evapontors,
Woti's Portable Furnace and Caldrons,
Portable Engines and Horse Powers,
Portable Flour and Corn Meal Mills,
Wood and Iron Woiking Machinery,
Mortising and Tenoning Machines,
Lather. Bolt Cutters Coach Screws, Lanterns,
Qaeeu'it Portable Force and Bellwws,
Leather and Rubber Belting.
Lace Leather Btid Stexm Packing,
Frenetic's Washins Machine. Steelvards. Scales,
GAHDEN, GRASS AND OTHER SEEDS.
Srj"3erid lor !in u ars.-2
Orders solicited and promptly executed oy
PLANT & BROTHER.
March, 1S61. (Fn4-4m-An33-4m)
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES
FHUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
and Nursery Stock,
Best quality, and very cheap. A pple Trees from one
to four years, 15 to 60 dollars per thousand..
Scions, one dollar and fifty cents. Root Grafts
10,000 forty dollars.
Stocks apple, best, one to two years old, two dol
lars. Second class one dollar, llazzard three-dollars.
Also, Pear, Phm, Quince, Rose, and
One dollar fifty to two dollars fifty cents.
Gooseberries Houghton, ten to twenty dollars
per thousand. Wilson's strawberries three dollars per
Evergreens, Roses, Dahlias, Dwarf and
Standard Pear, Plum, Cherry c, 4c.
For Catalogues send 3 cent stamp to
F. K. PHCENIX
October, V 3, 3m.
E. n. BIJRCHES & CO.,
Oregon, Holt Co., Ho.
The undersigned have long sinct been convinced
the want of a first class Nursery in the West,
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &C,
Can be adapted to our climate and soil. In view of
these facts, we have established one at this place,
and have now in successful cultivaton. which we of
fer for sale at
Wholesale or Retail,
The coming season, a large and well selected stock
uitcd to this climate, of
Apples, standard and dwarf;
Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf:
Evergreens. Ornamental Trees, and Shrubs,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, Roses, Dahlias,
sc., &c, &a.
To which we would beg leave to call the attention
of the people of Western Missouri, Nebraska, Kan
sas and Io'va.
fifOur terms will be as low as any reliable east
By purchhsing of us the expense of transportation
from the cast can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and
packed in the best manner for any part of the Unit
ed States, for which a charge of the actual cost only
will be made. No charge will be made for the deli
very of packages on board steamboa s.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
OSIER WILLOW CUTTLYGS,
Variety Perpureu for live fence.
I witl cut, bundle and deliver the Cuttings at
Brownville for $5 per eighty rods : being but a little
over two dollars per thousand. This is from one to
three dollars less than ever offered before.
All orders at these prices must be gent ia before
the 1st of October, 1881.
Send orders by mail with ctsh. to
R. 0. TIIOMP3
Nebraska City, N. T.
18 miles West of Neb-aska CityA August l.-n9-tf
On new Air Line Kearney Road.)
We beg to call the attention of the public to the Flo
ral department of our Establishment, which we now
bave in full and uccessful operation. Our stock of
Greenhouse, bedding and Flowerintc Plants, Shrubs,
4lc, con sisting in part of Geraneums, Verbenas. Dah
lias, Pe loses, Peonies, Heliotropes, &c, we offer for
aale the coming Spring at lower prices tban usual, there
by placing them within the reach of all. Mcst of thest
pi ants flower all Summer, and for size, color, form, an
fragrance of flower cannot be excelled.
Havinjf the advantage of a first class propagatini
bouse and its appendages, which affords us facilities for
increasing our stock to meet any demand, parties shoV
bave no fears of getting what they want by baadiug ii
their orders early.
We attend to the Propagating Department ourselve:
and warrant every article purchased of us to be gooC
strong, healthy, well rooted plants, and true to name
Our descriptive and priced catalogues will he out i
April, and will be forwarded by mail to all applicant!
J. A. VANARSDALE, &, CO., St. Joseph Agricultura
Houne, and R. W. FURX AS, Farmer Office, Brownville
N.T.. are our authorized Agents. All orders left wit'
them will receive prompt attention.
R. H BURCHES t CO.
P. 5. navtng forcing pits specially for the purpose
we will have SWEET POTATOE plants for sale by the
million, at reduced prices. E. H. B. 4t Co.
Oregon, Mo. Keb. 1661 Feb 1861
I have the largest anl best supply of genuine Cob
eord Grapevines in the United States, and I will fill
orders for Nurseries, Vineyards or otherwise, at low
er rates than any other "reliable dealer. Single
vines, three years old, now bearing fruit, or two do.
one year old, will be sent by mail, postpaid, for $1,
and warranted to grow.
One year old vines perdoien, by Ex. only $3 00
Two do do da do 4 50
Three do do do do 8 00
A great reduction from these prices will be made
to those who buy by the hundred or thousand. A
gents wanted in all sections to sell these vines on
commission. Any person who procures purchasers
for vines gets up a club will receive two vines
free for each dozen ordered.
Cuttings with two or four buds, one dollar per dos.
sent by mail. po?tnii or by express, 100 for five dol
lars; 5i'ift for fifteen dollars: 1000 for 23 dollars.
O' toh, r is the b 8 month to set them, but will do
asjon ns the ground is unfrozen.
All PTT.ey sent at my ri.k. A year's credit will
be g, ven to any responsible person who desires it, and
who order 10 tie liars worth or more.
The Concord is decidedly the best family, market
and j ini grape now known. It ripens unitormily
as fa..1 north us Canadi?,-
A circular with more full details sent free to all
applicants. T. B. M INNER,
Clinton, Oneida Co. N. Y
(Late Editor and Proprietor of the "Rural Ameri-
ii 14 M W
JOHN A. PONN,
"From his Old Stand on the Levee to
"WHITNEY'S NEW BLOCK,
BROWN VI N T.
Where he has opened rp a
STAPLE AXD FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family
G- roo eries
etc 1 c tc f
And a fine assortment of
A well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots and Shoes.
I 0 n A VINES.
MY Stock of native vines comprise all the vent
ble varieties with whi-h I am acquainted. Th?
Pints have been produced with greatcare.und-rthe
most favorable circumstances for heaithy develop
ment,atid surpass in excellency any that I have here
tofore been able to offer. , .
For the fall trade, only limited snrplv of L mon
ViUa-re Lnoir,( Lincoln,) Pauline, Ei.singburg.Tay
or" (or 'Bullitt,) nd Allen's Hybrid is offered. Of
best Delaware layers, also, the supply is not large,
but quality unequaled.
The stock froui Delaware, sin;la eyes grow3 both
in house and open air, is larje and f ne. I or vine
yard planting some strong vins, grafted on Cataw
ba and Isabella stocks, are offered at a low price
roots very strorg.
Very large layers of Diana, Llerbernont, Rod ton
cord, grown with especial care for immedintebear
iiiT. Good layers of Anna, Rogers' Hybrid, 12 kinds
also Clara, Casidv, To Kalon, Rebecca, Miller's
Louisa, Logan, Emily, Canby's August, lludicn, II.
Prolific, Cuvaboga. Ac.
A general assortment of foreign varieties for vi
neries. Of Downing' Everbeariug Muiberry the supply
i not large, and a great part of the tree already
ordered. They are very vigorous, and the wood
well gown and matured.
"Wholesale descriptive list sent to those wro wish
to form clubs, on application. List also seat to
dealers. Fourth edition of Illustrated Ca'shgue
sent for two three cent stamps It is designei to be
a full and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment of the vine, giving such information in pur
chasers and growers are supposed to ncd. Partic
nlar directions are given for the preparation tT the
soil and planting, and the directions for training
nre uiusiraiea dy uiiiu; tiiruunj pcjoinivuai-
The descriptions of the varieties will bo found
accurate and trustworthy, being drawn from person
al knoweledge, and very extensive observation.
C . W. GRANT.
IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
Westchester Co;, Xe;v York.
HrS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
of Boownville aud vicinity enables him to make judici
ous purchases expressly tor this market. He asks an
examination of his Stock, feeling assured he will he
able to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
n? THE m
iW, s e r'-TTi r-fi r-iry 3 :
Reaper & Blower.
2T..T anxifactnrocl Toy
c. 11. 3i c cannier & Kiios.,
Twenty-five Thousand Sold Duricj the
last six 37-0 xxs.
An Average of ocer 4,000 each Year. Sties have
increased from 1C00 in 'il to 5,C00 in '6 .
As a R(3aper, th? "M-Cortnick" bns been before
the American public for the last twenty years, and
during that time has gained a reputation which is
"World-Wide." Notwithstanding the yearly in
creasing competition, and the host of inventors en
gaged in the development of Heaping Machines, the
"McOormiek"leal3 the van the acknowledged su
perior of all in the march for practical improve
The representations made by other manufactur-
that the McCoruiiek was "once" a noted Reaper,
but is now antiquated, is simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing demand will prove. No single establish
ment in the WORLD, manufactures so largely of
these implements, and none expends equal money
time or talent in reliable improvements.
Many changes have been effected during the past
season, and for 1861, the "MeCoriniek" is presented
greater attractions than ever beiore. A a Reaper
SIMPLICITY. STRENGTH AND DU
comm nd it to the farmer, while its capacity for
work, with economy of yoicer, give it the prelerence
over all others.
The compacting the frame, thus securing a more
perfect balance to the machine: the position-of the
raker, in the rear of the driver, thus placing the
weight where it should be, and relieving the weak
er paits of the machine; the decreased weight, and
slight indentation of the sickle, the Castor wheel,
and other improvements added, have materially les
sened the direct draught, and so obviated the side
dransht that many assure us that it does not now
vxist. The draught of the Reaper is so light hat
in numerous instances the large tour-hor3e macnine
is worked with but two horses. ,
As A Mower,
The machine of 1S61 will be found fully equal
to ny test that it may be submitted to. The slight
indentation of the Sickle, its lightness and combi
nation with the beam and fingers, allows an increase
of motisa not practicable in other machines, thus
enabling as to ogood worl; with a a slow team, ox
en, even, working well. Our
Improved Guard aud Patent Cleaner,
effectually prevents choking, no matter what the
condition of the grass, while our new divider point
separates badly l xlged and tangled closer or grass,
where other machines fail.
There is also a great advantage in our serrated
sickle edge oter the smooth, as it does not require
sharpening so often, thus saving time. OurSickle
will frequently run through an entire harvest with
out once grinding, while the smooth edge must be
ground once each day, if not oftener. With asmot.h
edge the draught increrses as the knife become dull.
Our draught is uniform, and in repeated trials du
ring the season ot I860, proved far lighter than sin
gle Mowers, cuttiug at the same time from twelve U
eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel
this is important, and without the reel, weighs but
about 670 rounds.
In addition to ihe very liberal warrantee jriven to
all porch3?er. we would say' as hret-.fir, bat far
mers who may de-ire it, are at liberty to work our
machine through the harvest, with any ther, and
keen, and pay for. the one preferred.
Pamt blots with full description of improvements
testimonials, kc, can be had by application to
THEODORE HILL, Agent.
April 13. In'iI.
Tore Ercd Fancy Poultry.
For sale Black Spani.h, White Dorking-, GoJden
and Spangled Polands, Sebright, Black Africfcei", red
and vfhite Bantams, white and wild Turkeys. Pea
Fowls, white and brown Hong Kong, Bremen and
wild Geese, White "Crested" aylesbura and Mus
covy Ducks. Common and Madagascar Rabkits.
AH animals scld will be carefully boxed with the
necessury feed, and delivered at the Express office.
Address W. A. GOODING, Oak Lawn.
n37vi Lockport, Will Co.
TO THE PEOPLE OF
In the month of December. 1S53. the niMersisjned f'r
the first time offered f..r i-ale to ihe pot. lie DR. J.CO
VEE DODS' IMPERIAL WIXE BITTKHS, and in ttnr
Short period they have given such universal satisfac
tion to the many thousands of person who have tripd
them that it is now an establibed article. The amount
of bodily and mental misery ari.in2 simply from a ne
glect of small complaints is surpriina:, and it is there,
fore of the utmost importance that a strict attention to
the least and most trifline bodily ailments should be
had; for disease of the body must invariably aCVct the
mind. The subscrirers now onlv ak a triglot
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'S
Imperial Wine Bitters
from all who have not nsed them. We challenge the
world to produce their equal.
Thee Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomachs, Gen
eral Debility, and for Purifyins and Knricl.in? the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any o'her reme
dy on earth. To he assured of this it is only neces
essary to make the trial. The wine is of a ve:y supe
rior quality being about one-third stronger th.ci oth
er wines, warming and invigoratins the whole system
from the head to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative in their character, so they strenethen
and invigorate the whole system and Bive a line tone
and beauty action to all its pirts, by equalizing the
circulation, removin the obstructions and producing
a ceneral warmth. They ara excellent for diease and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is requir
ed to strengthen nd brace the system. No lady who
is subject to lasitude and faintness, should be wi'.hout
them as they are revivifying in their action.
Will not only Cure but Prevent
and in this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who mav use them for
weak Lungs, indigestion. Dyspepsia, dNeiec of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, Piles, and for. all caoes
requiring a Tonic
Celebrated tVine RHtcrs
For Sore Throat so couiuioa au.uu(j tue Clergy they
are truly invaluable.
For the aged and infirm, and for persons of weak
constitutions For minister of the gospel, lawyer
and all public spaekers for book-keepers tailor
seamatresses. stud nts.ar artists, and all persons lea
dit.g a sedentary life, tbey wp 1 prove beneficial.
s a beverage; they are wholesome, innocent, and
delicion to the tate. They produce all the exhierat
inc effects of brandyor wine, without intoxicating; and
Hr a valuable remedy for persons adlcted to ti e use of
PX ji.ive strong drink, and who wih to terrain from if.
Thipv at e pure and entirelv free from the p iotis c 11
eaiied in theadnlte'-ated wines and brandies with which
the country is floodtd.
Thp-e ti'trers m,to nlv CTRE bnt prevpnt r?ip:p. an i
sbi-nld be usfil by all who live in a country v :;cre tic
wa'e'- is bad or where chi I Is und fever are .rev ipnr..
Being entirely innocent and h.irus'e they may begiv.
en freely tochi!drcn and inf int- with impuni'y,
F'iv-icians and Clergymen, and lemnei .iie ailviK:.ite
as an act f humanity. hn't asit in spreading thee
valuable bitters over the land, and threl y e-ent;ally
bar.:h drunkenness and disease.
In nl! a fleet ions of the tlealie!c
Bfeadarbo. or ervous Ilead
arbe. Dr. Dod's fmpfiinl BlSie
ilitters Vill be f ound to be r;:osl
Salntarn and i: III ea clous.
The many cirtiflcates which have t'ppn tendered c
., letters which ve d,i;!y rei eivp, are c irirln-ie
nmf that among the women the-e B:fer have given
. sTif'ction which no others have ever done t r, rp
v-. m-m in the land shoiiM he without them, and
those who once use them, will not fail to keep a full
DR J Bovee Dcd's
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
ire prepared bv an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
has u-ed them successfully in his practu-e for the.las
twenty five years. The proprietor before pur.iha-in
the evi'nive right to mantif;o-tnre and spt Dr. Bove
Do(l,' Ceiet'raieg Imperial wine uncrv nauurieni 'fm
ikI bv two distinguihed medical practitio tiers, who op,
noiniced them a valuable and sa'e remedy for d..-e.ie.
Al'hongh the medical men of lhi c ntitrr. jsage'i
eral thing, disapprove of Patpnt Medicines ycr we d
not believe tbat a respectable PTiy!( ian can be fouti l
n thernited States, acquainted with their n eili'-al
propertie. who will not highly approve Dr. Dol's lil
In all newly settled places, whpre there is always
a laneqnantify of deeding time--; from which a' pri
sonous minima is created, thee bitieda fehoucd bo usel
every morning bof ore breakfast.
DK. J, BOVEE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE HITTERS
Are oimpo-ed of a pnre and unadulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry. Solomon's Seal. Omfrev. Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknard Camomile Flower, and (ientian.
Thev are manufactured by Dr. D p hiuisel , who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be classed among the quack nostrum which flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
so justly denounce.
These truly valuable Bitters bare been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of community, for almost every vri
ety ot disease incident to hnnian system, that they are
now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic, Medicines and a
Seeds of the flowing kins of th.
are now ready and will h : . 7 err-
send Hainps oroin for the same 1 :
Auanmus h&mi wiser, 10c,
d Laciuatas, 10c. '
do iloQstrossus, 10c
do Gigniens, 10c.
These fiueP nks from Japan hav t,w . .
sold for less tban 25 cents per package t""bt
Kternalor Kverlasting Flower, ia'ei2Lv '
California Flo-ver, 6c. L" 0,1 1
Mixcl Balsamic, Sc.
Donble d I0c.
Lobel's Catchfiy, 6c.
Ice Plant (a curiosity) 5c.
Daturl Wnghtii (beautifa!) tOc
Snap Dragon (3ne mixed) 10c.
Columbine, 6c. ".
Star of neaven,-c
Spanish Pink, 6c.;.
Chinese do 5c.
Male do 5c.
Monthly do 5c.
Couvolius Mi eon, 5c.
Ambrosia (m co.ors) 5c.
Xigella (in cul .rs, very beaatifm fl.p., .
Eru!ih Petunia, (rrom EnS!andi Ijc
Zinni Elegjus (from France, Iuc '
Bilsam Pear oc. ' '.
Hollyh,.ck Seek, fine EtiglNb prize fi.,
trench pot,t,ies in ten fine wlor ve -
niixel. luc. " -wuo'
Salpiiiloysia (arie nine!) 5c
C-re-psis (-.i ,th:a'i) 5c.
Drur.imond.s Phi. x. 5c.
English llaart.ei.-e! 10c.
31 !;), ocoutIe (a"war Dea4nrfrI r i"..
Old Maid's CurU (etiriyu) Sc.
And over thirty vineries c. ..,',. n tn it. e -den.
The entire M above ei.uurJIJJw, ? ,.J
on receipt of $1.25, sellingprice twu do! Urs 11 1.""
Herculns Club Gourd. 10c
Lettuce 8 varieties. 5c
Ice Cream Watermelon 5c.
Mountain sprout do 5c.
Pnrcliase one Collie!
It Costs but Utile! Purify tbe
DIood. fiive Tone to tbe Sto-macb--
Ileuovase tbe Sys-
and Prolong L.iie.
Apple Seeled do 5c.
nunearian do do
Ixuisana lonly do do
Apple Pie Melon. 5c.
Egyptian do 6c.
Xeifleys Cucumber. 5c.
Long Russian do 5c.
TTnbbird ?.;uah, 1
Pate-g, nii a., r. '
Boston A itvjv, s.ru,h J
iwashmgu-n . a, s
III r, 1 "''
(whose flesh iwe-,;
1-0. sCT.t p,U!,,e W h
IL 'i .ti,,
, ""oor peril, t-n. P f
sni Ira I 11 n n. hnp 9np-.m-s .
five feet long, curled uPi,.,,,en 0!' j '
up like a snake an ex-ordered.
cellent pickle 10c.
African Imphea Seed, 10c. perlb.waere sti-nr,
are sent to cover postage 1
Seed of a White Sugar Cano from C-,r-ia sa:d
to m (ke excellent sugar, at 23e. per '
All sent for one dollar; or, the hule lUt f-r two
dollars and twewty-five cents.
Address me at
Syracuse, Otoe Co., X. T..
a3 we have an oSce established here.
II. 0. THOMPSGy,
August, lSCi. c;naha.unery .
Isabella Gr3pe Vines
Strongly Rooted Plant, 3 to 4 yars oil,
Many of them already fruiting in the ricrrv'
are now offered at $10 per hundred or $75 perUi-'
The riench a;pberry.
At $4 per 100. Large quantities at greatly m
duced rates. It needs no wirier ,foUr:iLiad
bears two annual crops of fruit.
Younz Catalpa, 4 to 6 feet $4 per hunJ.-ej So.
7 feet $5 per 100. 1
Hardy Climbing Coses, Fragnnt Honey. Soekles
and nursery r.H-k in gener: at th- lowe.t nt ' '
RICHARD M. CONIv'LIN.
Evergreen. Jursery, Cold Spring Jhrlor
For the Fall Trade.
The subscriber has lor talo the cotutiig Au'ana
the following :
500 Iloaghton's Seedling and Cluster Gvsubtrv
1,000 lied Dutch Currant.
2.000 New Uocheile Uhickberry.
200 lied Antwarp Raspberry.
200 BrincMe's Ortine "
I'M) VVIiire ttrapo Currant.
500 Vit torii Rhubarb.
5"0 Iilvil i Crape.
5li() Catawba Grape.
10() ConeonI Crtin.
100 Tuttle's ued GraprfXew and fine.) '
Also: a large a.ortment of Ornamental Shrub
bery , for wh ich see priced list, which will bo for
warded gratis o application.
yug. 1351. Crescent City. Io.'
ot nn mi
"WTiitney'a Elock, Main Street.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE
ELK HO . and 3IUKTAU
Prirft ftl 00 per Bottle, G Bottles
---- n . -
prepared and sold by
CHARLES WI DDI FIELD k CO..
SOLE PROPER IETOS '
78 Williara Street. TJ"w York.
Tor by druggists and gr.x-ers generally through-
ont tbe country. Oct. ii. lb6I.
John Garnctt, William Koen;n;. a id Jame P
Blanden.tthe latter. Ion? a seedsman in the em
ploy of Messrs Landreth A Son ) have united undo!
the firm of
FOR THE PnOSECCTlOX or THE
Agicuitural I mple ment
They will constantlr keep ..n hand a full suprty of
Lundnth's Warranted Garden Srds,
a',1 fresh, and of the l ist yo ir's growth.
To b9 obtained at the old hotno at Philadelphia
and will conSn" their sales of Garden Seeds ela
sive to those. They will keep a very large rtoyk of
All Implements and Machinery tn Lse.
EM5KACINO ALL TITE IT.AVtSQ A KTICLKjJ IS THK
TRADE, OF THE BEST M A XL' T AC TL RZ.
They nolicit the continued castom of the-ir friends,
and of all those who have dealt at tbe branch hous.
of Lanef.eth & Sox, at St. Louis. Our prioc shall
be very low, in acco.dance with the times, an I we
hope to Batisfy all who call on us, as to the superior
quality of our stock, and the pricer.
J. J. THUEMAN,
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Browr.ville r.l
vicinity thai he has rt in 'Vcd hi,s L'rug re froia
Sidney, Iowa, to the Ci y of Jlrownville, and Lai ig
added thereto an extensive slock of
W-v . , 'I
I'ainto anJ Oils,
Ture Wines anJ Liquors,
For 3ledical Purpo?,
Hair and Tooth lruih?s.
P'ine Toilet Soap,
&.c, &.c, i-c.
Invites the public patronage.
J3"Physician's Prescriptions attended to at all h&o'i
i'iiQ by day and night.
Urownville, Anrii Hth.lSCI. nlO-yly "
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat"!
Farmers Look Colour Interest!
Wm. T. XJoxx,
Is paying and will continue to pay the Highest Mart
WHEAT and PRODUCE.
in eoods. M ef'Xk of G-hIs consists of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
DRY GOODS an
NAILS, DOORS and
GLASS and PUTTY
PLASTERING HAIR, 30c ppr.tu.,
TUBS and BUCKETS,
MEAL and POTATOES.
I aiso, keep a well selected stock of Calf, tip, Crper,
and Sole Lemer for manufacturing
BOOTS and SHOES,
which I will warrant to give sa-isfacion. I will e. I
mv pie-ent st.k cf G'i. at prices tn suit tl.e tiii:e.
which wiil be cheaper than goods M :.eei ter
hef-jre, for Cjh, Hides. Wheat or Prud ;k.- of aiiy kiaJ
but nu credit wiii be given.
W T. VZS.
BrcwtiTille, A'ieu-t 1st, 1361. nM'i
r .lUiTa ORNAMENTAL TflEES.
Small Fruits Cultivated and for Sale
3U BRANCH NURSRY
Sixteen miles east of Cincinnati,
CLERMONT COUNTY. OHIO
100,000 APPLE TSZZ3 5 TO 7 FEET HIGH.
Leading sorts at SCO. 01 rT rgnlarly aborted
to the trade : sel.-ted. $U)M per hundred ruil.
Pea hes. $ 12.01 per hundred, retail.
Flums, 40 cents eai-h, ret ill.
Ch rrics. 25 cents each, retail.
(Quince, 25 cents e:i-h, retail.
Gooseberries, 75 e";ts rer doz.. ITonhtoa Scedl'g
Pear trees. 4" tents e:vh. S'andani.
crar tT s :!ll ,-nrs p;ij'h. L'ir.
LhiekbeirUi, 1.00 ptT dtica, Lawtoo.
Srrawbt.Trb"s. 2 per M.
Hhuhirb, iIO.00 por hnnored, Linnwas.
TLe above named trees are now growing upon ouc
own trout, i. an 1 we cons'diT them very fine. lh
t n priet.'r'i attention has been given fjr the last
fittn ycrs almost entirely to tne propagation .of
Nui-st-nes, the cultivating and marketing of t ruit ;
anldurin this ticae, have mide it a bui.ue.-s o
collect fr..;n tbe most correct sources varieties wpe-.
cialled adapted to this climite. .
All i r-lers. aceompicied bv .r.Tnit?
prompts- i M,iwa7ered ta C-nc.anaU,
and forarded free of cost, eiept n.dera:e chus
when orders are boxed-or U.vi. d
Olive Branch, Cla co., O
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