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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1869)
f Tr's TV-;.rttKt cfwr Mr' l T4itdhr
r t ;; ' r t..- .).'.r4 .f Coi. iL W. Ft'hltA, to
a-il ( v vaizn uiki. on Agriculture aiiouid
Put.dy & IIaxce," cf South Bend,
Indiana, cCTcr through our columns,
today, thtir rcrk on email fruit cul
ts re, cr. 1 their large ttock of small
frniti, to the public Their stock find
Xriecs czn be ascertained by fending
hz li- t'of lasts. Send.
' J. &-YL RicniioxD, of Prospect Hill
2 utztricn, Gencseo, 111., inviu-s public
attention through our columns to-day
tf their stock of Fruit and Ornamen
ts Trees, Shrubs, Vines and general
cry fctock. Their ttock Is exten
sive r.r.d pood, and our people will
"nd It to their advanLage to dead with
' them. . t
, . Tr.rcs ! Tp.els ! ! Tuzes ! ! ! See the
r. Ivcrii.-crncnt of T.'ilLur & Co.,
f;rand Rapids, Mich., and fend for
" tot is Inimediattly, as the seed fchould
be town, soon to insure their growing.
No money can be better invested than
. In planting trees, which axe both or
rnamcntaland useful increasing yeur
place in value and locks at one and the
, name time
-J. CocirsANE, of the Home Nursery,
Ilavanna, lason County, Illinois,
offers great inducements to the public
in bis advertisement in to-day's pa
lmer.' His stock of ornamental ehrub-
bcry, vines,' bulbs, plants, seeds, etc,
is verr.iarge, and he says, 'If articles
, ui cui by me are not as represented,
fend them back at my. crpemc, and
I your money thail be refunded !" This
; urgucj confidence In his stock, and
must induce confidence in the public
Head the advertisement.
In keeping with our fruit mania, ire
' thsll continue urging farmers In Ne-
- braska to plant fruit trees, and to give
til the evidence we can get hold of In
favorof this enterprise: An cli friend
and sehool-mate cf ours, Dr. 11. L.
,Uartesr ttlll residing in our native
town, Troy, Ohio, made a vi-ut the
past fall to Egypt Illinois, and writes
homo to the paper of his town, the
- IHama Union, from OJin, III., under
' date of December 21, 1SC3, a lengthy
and interesting letter in regard to the
country. The greater portion of his
letter is devoted to giving an account
of the . euccess and extent of fruit
growing. "We copy that portion of It
entire, hoping our readers will read it
with as much pleasure and encourage
ment J we did. The character of the
country he describes as producing such
mnrnlccnt results fa the same as that
along the llissouri river in our State
known as "Blalls." Trees planted
her in this town twelve years ago,
have given like returns. We have no
hesitancy in predicting that now un
cultivated, rough lands, as we term
them, along the river, will eventually
be the most valuable and productive,
becausa cf their adaptability to fruit
The following is an extract from Dr.
"About forty miles north of Cairo a
"chair, cf MIL" nearly sixteen miles
wide runs from the Ohio xiver on the
cast to tta Mississippi river on the
wust. i nssenms are covered on eith
er fide of the railroad with as thritfy
growing and aa fine a variety of fruit
trees ana grape vines as can be found
in the Unitea States. AH the lands,
hill and prairie, from Villa Itidge,
twelve miles north of Cairo, to Cea
tralia, one hundred and twelve miles
on the Illinois Central are more or less
planted in fruit trees and are produc
ing annually Immense crops of ap
ples, pears ,. peaches, grapes, raspber
ries, currants and strawberries.
The boil of the prairies is a rich black
loam. That of the hills is a rich clay
loam, resting on a drift deposit of light
friable clay, rich with all the mineral
constituent that support vegetable
life. Fruit trees ana vines grow and
mature with unparalleled rapidity,
and produce large crops of fruit when
young, ditltring in this reepect from
til other localities. The healthfulnees
cf the trees and-the perfection of the
wood growth is remarkable and ac
counts for their early bearing. For
early apples three varieties are culti
vated with great profit, izz The
Crrolina lied June, Bed Astrachan.
and Early Harvest. The apple and
pear orchards have been planted from
ten to -fourteen "years. The peach,
grape and strawberry from six to eight
years. Now mor than five hundred
acres sro planted in. strawberries
The greatest fruit region in Egypt Is
from Joncsboro to Carbondale. on the
Illinois CentraL a distance of snarly
tvt-aty miles. I will give you the
amount of fruit shiped from a f&w
stations In 1SGG, copied from the rail
road iicnta books. Cobden -peaches,
fix -hundred tons; strawberries, ae
hundred and seventy tons, eighteen
tons- in one clay, more than eight thou-fd't-ufheb.
Ilapberrics, nine tons.
Blackberries, two tons. To tell of one
hundred and seventy tons of strawber
ries shipped from one little station, is
a "b'-r thins:", to ay of Egypt to the
Eeople of Troy who measure berries
y the quarts
At MakanJa .station, six tons of
peaches, four "hundred barrels of ap
ples, one hundred and fifty bu&hels of
pear, Un tons tf grapes, three thou-
of raspberries. At Carbendalo, seven
thousand boxes of peaches, one thou
sand five, hundred ta.rjel3.0f apples,
three hundred boxes cf pears, two
thousand ; en hundred .bushels 'of
strawberries, At Joneboro, forty-five
tons cf etra wherries, thirty-one tons
of pcachc.-- At South l'c. .i ten thou
sand bushels of strawberries. Re
member the above extraordinary
amounts were all chipped during one
Ha-n from a few points in close prox
imity I I will give the statistics of the
number of trees growing in the vicin
itycf fcr.j of the stations. Cobden,
one hundred and thirty-one thousand
pea.vh -trees,' forty-one thousand pear
tree, fifty-seven thousand apple trees.
At Makanda station, one hundred and
ixty thousand peach trees, two hun
dred an d twelve thousand grapes. Of
grapes, the Concord, Norton's Virgin
ia, C!!r: ten, Catawba, Delaware, &c,
ciue .to great perfection.
During the long, dry, warm season,
. peculiar to this locally, the grapes
fully mature, and thorcugly riin be
fore chilly nights or early fre- ii check
their rrowth.. This accounts for the
size, liie uuu - amount of suar and
rii h r.rcir.a ot ihe grapes,
j iTLa prcfcs.vion of xruit growing is
refining as well as enrich lixg in a
health-f'IrirT atmosphere, las mild
gcniJi i-i-irrie. I am told that S GQ to
will j'lint an acre cf strawberries,
and $20 will cultivate it the first year.
The next Frrir.T will yki i one hun
dred In-hw 3' d berries. The second
year v.-ni ? reduce two hundred bush-
!-v v. Liili, c.a be bold rc-dily per
' u in f. r:r.cd that one man, with a
,-Etor hn rrcper instruments, can
ivf.te te-u ur;
Cl.1 and Dunleith furnish a
ready market for ail kinds of fruit3.
Aa the fruits ripen here two weeks
earlier than other places, they are sure
of the highest prices for the first fruits
of the rear-on. The Illinois Central
rans an cxpre 3 "fruit train," with
ventihlile i can, daily, 'from Cairo to
Chicago. ' Daring the peach season a
fruit train is loaded daily with reaches
alone. I have given you the &ir side
of fruit pro wi n in Egyp t. I will gi ve
some of the difiicul ties and drawbacks.
There has been one total failure of
the peach and a partial one of the
pear on the hills, while there waa a
good crop on the prairies. Without
ViOrmigh earhf cultivation, and litaxy
mulching trilh strait, when the dry
season comes they do not expect large
crops. Sometimes late fpnng frosts
nip the strawberry in bloom and the
severe drought will injure the crop if
not properly cultivated and protected
with straw or saw dusL
Band that could have been pur
chased eight years since for$oto$10an
acre is new telling at from $100 to
Aside from the information as to the
extent of fruit growing in the region
referred to, the above letter contains
some valuable points as to essential
requisites, viz : The character of the
soil, the manner of cultivating, and
the variety of fruits. It is true that
they now have market facilities that
we have not. They, however, planted
bf.fore they had market facilities, and
you, farmers of Nebraska, will have
abundant market facilities by the time
your trees and vines will be in full
Fruit growers are just now paying
considerable attention to Crab Apples.
If we were asked to define a Crab Ap
ple we should he much puzzled, as tne
subject, both in pomolo$rieal books
and in nurseries, Is "rather mixed."
The term is applied to the wild state
of our cultivated apple fyrxs jiaivs).
to two Siberian epecies or vancues (J .
pruni folia and P. baccata), end two
native f pedes of ar pre ( ewonarid
and P. anymtifolia.) More thaa this,
some small apples of double origin.
which may possibly be hybrids, are
- - ,, - M - t
aiso caueu craos. 1 ears uza wnen we
had only the kind that bore small,
waxen looking fru-t from which tn
caylix dropped, there va? bo troub
in GistinguLsaingauraa Ar t!?, 13
was the Small Siberian Crab (P. bac
cata.) Then came the Barge Siberian,
both red and yellow, which was like
the other in roost respects, except
tnattne fruit was larger ana the calyx
remained. This is the Siberian Plmn-
leaved Apple Tree (P. pruni folia.)
Of th sorts more lately introduced,
tne origin is uouotiui. leaving nom
ologist to settle knotty points, we may
say that those apples which have, so
to speak, Siberian blood in them are
hardy and productive, and though
the fruit Is not always of the first qual
ity it is generally good for cookinc.
and the trees by their hardiness are
especially suited to cold climates.
1-rom tne great beauty and rrofu-
sion of the fruit the Crabs are worthy
of cultivation as ornamental trees,
while at the same time, the apples
will be found excellent for preserves
and jellies. We enumerate the most
prominent varieties: Currant Crab.
cultivated for ornament, it being
showy both in fruit and flower. SmaU
liea ana Small Yeuow Crab. These
are tne Kinas reierred to above as
dropping the calyx ; very showy in
fruit. Large Pea and Larae Yellow
Crab. These bear fruit about twice
the size of the foregoing, do not drop
the calyx, and the trees also have dif
ferently shaped leaves.
Transcendent Crab. Said to have
been discovered on Long Island. A
great bearer, with most beautiful fruit
and withstands the severest cold of
our northernmost localities. The fore
going are ripe in September and Octo
ber. We have now a winter crab,
which is said to keep until spring,
called the Marengo Winter Crab. This
is very strongly advocated by the pro
prietor, who brinjrs good testimony in
favor of its quality. We have not
seen tne mm.
j.ne oowara vrao is anotner new
rrti r t - t . t
variety, which has been supposed to
oe or xiussian origin, out nr. boulard,
in the Gardeners Monthly for Julv
last, gives its history; A thicket of
native crab Apple trees near St. Louis,
Mo., was cut down, and another croD
of trees afterwards snruntr un. in
which was found the variety now
known aa the Soulard. He supposes
it to be a hybrid between the Wild
Crab (Pjrus coronaria) and the culti
vated apple. Said to be very fine for
cooking and with care to keen for two
Our Wild Crabs, so beautiful In
flower and foliage, bears a fruit of
marked fragrance, but of little value.
We learn that an improved seedling
of it has been exhibited in Canada,
but 110 particulars are given concern
ing Its qualities. Twricai Agricul
A farmer ir nplawnro r-taiaA
from Wilson Strawberry u.t fhA rata
of nearly $1,000 per acre net profit -
The Catherine urn! rirrinrr nf hh-
mac leaves is a good business for the
landless in the country. A boy r
woman avn make a day at it. -
Hard workintr, meal-fed horses
will break fast unless they have a peck
of carrots twice a week auk bran quite
In llassachtrsetta tber nrorjoea to
svstematize their agricultural fairs.
showing at county eeats the choice
from eacu town, ana at tne btate exhi
bition the pick of all tne county fairs.
At a trial on the Pennsylvania
Experimental Farm, Collins' cast-steel
plow 0. 12, weighing sixty pounds,
showed a uraii 01 zo pounds. Most
plows offer a resistance of between 300
and 100 pounds.
In laying tile, the best way is said
to le to commence at thelo west point.
and to. lt the wate r fiow back as the
digging gocsoa, and to have a descent
of fuur iachx-s xsx 10 j feet. . - .
A grape-grower iaCahfemia states
that he sent rourteen boxes or rifty
rounds each, all choice fruit, to San
Francisco, and he received for the lot
only 57, while said fruit was sold at
retail at iia a pound.
-It is complained that the cram
buyers of California have made ss
much money, that they can control
the finances, commerce, and. politics.
01 the btate, ana tne larmers are urired
to comoine to snip ana seu their own
A correspondent cf the Practical
Farmer, from Jacksonville, calls Flor
Ida the poor man's paradise. lie says
a $-QQ0 house there is as good as $2,600
at the North. No wood-rile.- no hav-
mow to provide. Stock take care of
them&elves. .Land sue an acre.
There is some difference cf opin
ioa among the most advanced farmers
whether it paya to steam good hay.
That steaming rn-akes Et&Iks. straw.
and coarse hay, about as good as tim
othy, la generally conceded. '
An eld stable builder in Baltimore
says ha has ccm' ta the o a elusion,
alter twenty-five years' trial, that a
iwo-mcn white pine plan": floor. Ixi
level, with a s ;:.nro iron 2x2 grctin j,
so placed to receive the urine, is the
bettarran-an-3cx.t fa;.ft,Lors3, Clzy,
stones, cr concrete, ha rc ccts. The
width cf ahorse still should be fotir
feet nine inches.
FIJLXf GrrD23 FOS X869.
V. VrY TJa ! ! V""' iin-l-f-X It rr-4,9l
,.f 1 -. bect:U: .; ptri4. wl boet
ELEGANT CQLORED PLATE,
X COQUETTE OF PIOWEE8.
It b tt mo4 benUft!l. th mod in-
rtrart.e FlonU Oaisle pablialied, &riatl plin tt4
Uxjevugb Clmctkm for uie
- Caltvre f nwer ttni Vegetable.
Tbt Tttirai Golde Is poWLnh! for tb be25t of my
rvuftnrr. u wboca it M it fre witiaowt rpsa-t-,r,a,
t ut ill b forward us H w-boanpl bj bomI,
fbc 10 c(ili wiuclt im mm blf the exn.
Address JAMK3 VTOT,
The moat durable timber : UusU hnndreds of rears.
Tree of mpid grotrUi, aad very raJoatle for lum
ber, !!, pouts, poles, railroad ties, Ac
feeeds fthoold be owa la winter or early spring.
US" Tot description of tree mod qualities, send
Post Office Stamp.
AH kinds of Tocng trees sent by express, and
of all kinds of trees and plant sent by man. If or
H. WTLBCB A CO,
Grand Ilap ids, 21icb.
Apple, Fear. Plm, Ciierry, X3Terc;reeu
A LARGE VARIETY.
Alo, Grape Vine, OnrranU, Oooweberries, Raflp-
berneKaoi trawteines,oioice itos. creep
ers, Vlnea. Tulips, IJlties, Peonies,
AT TV RATES.
Grounds 2d Block South of Coert House
SPRING OUT 1800.
I desire to call the especial attention of my former
euKtomers and the public generally, to my stock and
prices, especially to the qcuity of the stock now
offered, and I mould solicit a continuance of your
patronage and favors, to deseirs- wbicn my bent ef
CorU will be directed.
J-Packin and fShlppfnr ne in a careful man
ner. All focn fell vervd at the Express Omce,KaU
rowl or 8teamhoat Lan4ife free fif rharce.
Vlntrtn and Seeds br Miiii. GrawvinB.Sfrsw-
henies, Curranw. Kafpi)rr'elGmn4-rrie, Apar
airw, Vinen and Cliinbers, Beading Plant. ikiltxxM
HuoIk. tiarden. Flower and Tree tsewJa, will be sent
bv nail any ditttance, securely packed la rutta-per
cha siik, damp dmiks, c I send articles packed in
this way in perfect safety to the mobl distant parts
of the United States.
Mfr If articles sent out by me are not as represen
t, rn them back at my expense and your money,
shall be refunded.
Some of the leadinr articles will be farntKhwl at
the following prions.
lataiugiies aM uee cucular furnished on atmu-
t5oncord Grapes, $1 per do; 3 per hundred.
Ive s Heedling,fl,.'jtpw doi 10 per hundred.
Delaware, two years old, 10c each.
Clinton, flperdos fSper hundred.
My liKt of Lilies icciade the bmt of the Jar-an va.
rieUes, and our old native favorites at low rates.
Glailolss. of Sword T.Ily. Therecent Improre-
neni in me varieties or id is spienata nower
renders it one of the n nent of aU "Flora's" jrlfts.
J iy strx;k comprises over thirty rarietlce,Try
iit In Drice from 10 cts. to f iJto bur bulb.
Tirrida, or Mexican 14 1 y.An appropriate com-
j. anion to vao aoovt, oi an easy cn.uvation, in
cents each. . i
AnniriiUs, r Jacobean Uly. Eare, 60 cents
Tak Itooe. A fine stock and cheap, 25 cents each.
ea:h V cts
8weet Secnte1! Violets.
14'chness ;raiKii flora..
- v linear
v inca, isnie.
M Alba ...
K own tain Daiaie
Green-EXouse & IlcddlngPIasit?
A selection Of the most desirable, which space
forbids to enumerate ; aiso. Plants for Va,- Vrns,
Basket. Ac, such as MyrUe, Balm, Ivy tveraniom,
Dew Plant, feaxifxag barmentosa, Moneywort, Ac,
Also. Han ring Bankets sod Flower rots, with r
without piauia, always on band.
Address JU COCIIB.ANB
Havana, MasoA Couniy, 111.
tCTIJe particular to order early
i PREMIUIT LIST.
SL50 per Annum, In Advance.
Single Copies, 20 cents.
To subscribers -wlshlaq to pay at the end of
the year, t3, U ordered by January i, ku3.
Aairtss;-' ; . ' --r;
Tha Yhitlcck ExpositSca and Ex
2iS broad way, N. Y.
AKDREW a. FULLER, Editok.
The cheapest Journal of the kind published,
and the only one elvlnp the price list of trees.
Tines and plants fn A1 Nurseries in One."
It Jso contains a last of the beet implements
fa fxra. Garden and Household ; and its
pot are ailed with articles from the best
hoit$cuitural and asricultural writers in the
world. Aa a special inducement, ws oC'cr to
send one riant of either of the following va
riei ios of fruits, to all who send in their naraa
with i lQ.
CUrke Rarpberry, Davison's Tornless
Fat r t erry, l illsdale Raspberry, Mis-souri
f aciactii LSakberry, Choice Gladiolus,
Choiod J iLMy, Iona Grape Vine, or two
I wly . i.., i L&ckberry, two JCittatinny
Ljckberry, Or, to any one who w ill send 25
cents extra, ta pay poUace, we will send
One found Jkr?y Jlcsi Tulatoe.
The plants will be oarefaUy parked and gent
by raaii, jot.pai4.-aeeurly In the Autumn,
or iJprliig, as praciicable,
If yoo wteb to plar.t this eorainy s?rlB(, send ta
yoar orders early, and savo
TUBE PEDX.XItS M AH OIK
A. f a stock of two J"ifcJ old
APPLE, THAR. TLXTll AND CIIEBBY.
Also b-de Trees, ETergrens, Ornamental Sirnbs,
and a general oraery Stock
COXSTAXTXT OS JIASD, .
AT THE FEOSPECT Hill JTUESEnES,
J. & Hm EICIOIOXD, Proprietors.
3" Correspondence soUdted.
1 f f
39 Pae of Plata Dirertiena far Plasties
trul rnltivaiinir. fiiMHmi!vas weiia market earden.
and marketing ail fcniaii Fruits. Writ en from S9
years ex penei ice, and pives all the lnfrmatton of
tne larger ana more cwmy woran. www pui oww
iKnn.n tm tfixial ftxtuie with old fruit srrowers.
Ve have huntireds of t-rtirnonials, ot which the
fc!!fwinif from Ker. U. W. Bcher is a samples
"Your directions for rrowing Strawberries and
Baspbemes are toe owi i nave ever seen.
Wholesale and retail lists of our plaits sent try
maQ tree oa application.
PCRDY A HAXCE. ,
feouth Bend, Ind.
Y7crranted Garden Gcads.
. Descriptive Friee Catalse
CnntalnSne descriptions of all the CHOICEST
Y EliETALi, including tne inot esiraie
S'ovelttes, sucirestions resarding culture, ic., to
now being Hni, and will be duly mailed, to our
customers, z r.x-. ; loiHacnvnmxiiivvi jvwuus.
SEEDS BY MAIL,
We furnish Garden Seeds in packages, post aom
Fbek, to any post office in the United JStates, when
ordered, at our regulrr prices, to any amount of fl or
ED. J. EVAKS A CO,
Jf rxSEBYXEX ASD SEEDSXCV,
We have a large stock of the following articles,
with many others, wnjenweoner vttt i iowiocan
buyers. Warrants true to name, and GOOD IX
Apples. Pears, Cfcerriea. Peaches, Plans,
umsres, tirspen, itaspnerries.
Straw tj'Prricn.li lark bcrri. Krerercens,
(lrsamnt Tree ibraba,
Flowrrn, i lvrerin hbrnbst &:c.
We want a rood reliable man. who can come well
recommended, to act as agvnt for us, in every county
in ebraska, Kansas, Miaaourl ana iowa, to seu on
Commission or Salary.
B. L BOBB A CO.,
ll-m-tf Bloom in ?ton, HL
Grape Tines Tor Sale.
A few thousand Norton's Tlraieia and Cs
rerd Layers, raised in My Vineyard, from ripe,
Norton's Seedling- gTOO per 1OO0.
Concord -60 per 1000.
Also, a few thousand two-year old Plants of these
1200 Gallons Korton, Concord and Catawba Wines.
HasconUh P. Bt. Clair Connty.
The only Hardy, Productive and Satis
factory nam In tne Aortnwest
This extremely hardv and valuable Plum bids 4a-
fiance to Curculio. cold' winters and other unhealthy
Chief Points orTalue:
L It is perfectly hardy.
1 It Is not liable to injure from late Spring frosts.
X- It grows rapidly while young.
4. It is free from every disease.
5. It fruits very early.
6. It bears a crop eyery year.
7. The fruit keens well and wHl bear transporta
8. The fruit is of excellent flavor.
9. The ladies prefer it for preserving.'
10. It is never injured by the Curculio.
1L The fruit ripens about the last of September.
when there is no other plum to be had.
Vino woll rrnwn treM- five feet hlzh and onwards.
each tl ; per doz. 10 ; per hundred, fro, ?
At IJie Elsrn of tlie
la the place to buy
XlcTTAJUL & Co.,
Kec-p constantly on hand a complete assort-
Sofa, Bgmdtteadt, Wardrobet,
Bureau, Rockiiur Chair t,
Ktvrinm litdt Wak Standi.
What Not, BU Rack,
Jk I OJUt
Be Spring, Children' Cab and diet,
Sheet, Pillow, Pillow
Shpt, ete., etc
SE0Y7 CASES 6 0ITI0E WOEK
HADE TO ORDER!
And anything and everything required to set
up plain or fancy housekeeping
All of their ware is either manufactured or
put up under .their special "superintendence,
which enables them to sell sound articles at
smaller prices than Eastern manufactured
is at the serric of the pnbllo at any time it
may be needed, and is gotten cp I a as Cae style
aa any farther east.
LHMIC OdnUL ' CASES
of all sres constantly on hand.
"We lire doing business on
ethictly cash prarrciPLrs
snd by attention to business and the wants ol
the community, expect in the future asin the
last to receive the patronage of the publie
generally. lie FALL & CO.
- ..in I.
Gii afc vrmi
OF ALL vAmrroii.
Also a larse t'. xX of
Csrrant Plants andXuttlajSj
. G00SHCEr.riE3, i.qses
FOP. SALE CHI! AP.
PmkS stamp for Price List and Iys on Grape
D. C. DE2STO!, IToprletor.
All the most desirable varieties
GRAPES AND 83IALL FECIT PLANTS
O0X3TAJSTLY ON HAXD,
Of soperior qualities, warranted true to name, at
prices as low, if not lower, than planu of same qual
ity can be purchased elsew here. Also
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
which my extensive acquaintance with all the lead
ing nurserymen enables me to furnish to my cus
tomers on tne most lavoraoie terms.
Burlng an experience of TWELVE YEARS, ta
STOCKING LAIIGE FEU IT FAIt3LS
I have tested many varieties. TTEW A5D OLD.
NATIVE AND KOREKJN, and also learned to a
great extent which nurserymen are rellaoie, as weu
as those who are not. Therefore our customers can
kI. nn r t n I r n tr nil a i i , .1 1 r a mi M1TJtl4 lh.
vexation attendant in the purchase of inferior stock.
ILLUSTRATED AND PRICED CATALOGUES,
with brief bat comprehensive instructions for Culti
vation, mailed free to ail applicants.
D, C. BENTON,
F L 0R I S T.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S57.
is better prepared than ever to furnish ail kinds of
clants. either to make the Gardens say in summer.
or to furninh flowers for the
in winter. Devotlnir ten lanre Greenhooses to this
business alone, be feels warranted in stating he has
the largest stock west of New York in
Grown especially for shlppimr, he has a splendid
stock. His twelve years experience in the west
gives unrivalled opportunities to know what our
westers people want, and how to send it them. A
Descriptive, with prices, is issued annually, about
the nrst of February, which will be sent to all my
patrons of 1868 as soon as issued, and to all others,
on application. Address
If you want a good article of Nursery Stock,
Grape Vines, Camntt, Ooosberrles.
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Pencil
Trees, KvercTfens, and
Send your orders to
J. W. TEARMAN,
or R. W. FURNAS, Brown ville.
vauiiogne tree. 13-9-y
Ho. 74, -
In Southern Nebraska, At chi son and Holt
tttunty, xao. lor th
imAPim Aim iiotthh,
thi chot rn Ti:iv;o:iD!!
THE BEST PLO WXOW 3IADE!
T.liclcrnle and IXcfrJI.
Ve oZtr f.r Sprixj pUe:!es a stcS cf Fruit aad
Oreameatal Trees. Crapo Vines, wiua u
tent, Taiiety, T-or and beaaty of growth hi never
ten Ecrjass . r, . ,
mil particulars given in the fol.owics CJ-ognes
u-i. sent rreoaJd on rect!; t of 13 cents each.
for Nos. 1, 2 4 -No. 4 free. No. 1, Descriptive j Cat
alogue of Pruita. No. 2, Ornamental irwffl. xx,
Green Eoose Plants. No. 4, Wholesale List.
ULLTTAXGIia & B1S2Y,
Sit, Hope Nurseries,
Rochester, N. Y.
jjjEiitr ix. now,
Near New Eranswlck, New Jersey.
One line from Voorhee'a Station, 3Iillstone Railroad
One Tear Old fron tne Bad.
First Size, thrifty stocky trees, ZJi to S feet high,
810 per 100: 70 per ICC 3.
Second Size, thrifty stocky trees, J to' 3.' feet high.
87 per 100$ S58 per 1CC0.
List of Varieties Sow on Hand.
Early kinds ripening here in August are Hale's
Early, Troth s Early Red, Large Early York or
Honest John, Cooledge's Favorite, Early TlUotson,
George the Fourth, Yellow Rareripe, Royal George,
Crawford's Early Slelocotoa, and Moore's Favorite.
The kinds ripening from the beginning to the end
of September, are Old Mixon free, Mary's Choice,
Morris White, Bergen's Yellow,. Reeve's Favorite,
Susquehanna, Crawford's Late Melocoton, Druid
HilL Old Mixon Cling, Prince's Red Rareripe and
Late varieties ripening In the end of September
and beginning of October, are Stump the World,
President, Late Admirable, Ward's Late Free, Free
stone Heath, Smock's Late Free, Crocket's Late
White Free, Carpenter's White and Late Heath
ij.000 Lawton Blackberry Plants
815 per Tnoasmad.
20,000 Wilson's Albany Strawberry Plants
5 per Thousand.
W 000 Russell's Proline Strawberry Plants
&$ per Thousand.
mzniY K. HOY7,
New Brunswick, N. J.
T. C. 2LIASWEIX & rUlO-
OLD CASTLE HURSERIES
. CENETA, ONTARIO CO-, N. Y.
Invite the attention of
Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
CHOICE DOOM STOCK
Frait Trees8tAndard and Dwarf;
OrmRmental Trees and Shrubs Deciduous
and vergreen ;
Small Fraits Grapevines All varieties;
Rases, Greea Iloase andBeddlaa-
Flants, Ball a, &c.
either for their own planting or to seil again, are re
quested to give us a call or write for particulars,
enclosing stamps for catalognes as fellows :
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals three red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C MAX WE'LL Si BROS,
Geneva, Ontario, Co., ST. Y.
The best Grape for general estivation in this
As so decided by a committee of five of the most
noted Grape- Growers and Wine Hakers In the
Price so low that all who will may plant them.
We are now selling them at
50 perlCOO; 57 per 100.
One dozen sent my aiail, securely packed, post
aga paid, fct 1,50.
McCXLLOrGII, DHAILE & CO.,
"-an Box 07, SharrstHirg, Ohio.
2,CCD,C0O Native Crape TIacs
. : iii t .e Vi. -i
sanities sent by
tree to r-.ri a f-'l"
Ha..-, ofoue aii ro yearoiJ
laaU at i.0 rauau
Per TO IVr
t fv ftiv Concord, 1-year. No. 1
io .") tv.ncfrJ.2-yer. N. l.str--sr...
. 7 :
i.i...) Far;f ilT".. ; C,l- ear.
jV.ti Ka.ti'urd Pro1;;ic2-yer,..o.
v, J .vre. 1-year. No.
I.-ia.ta. i-yr. No. 1 -
,., lye ,-.l-yeax. No. l
i ) luna. 1-year, t
' " and a-ye-fcr.sirons
ij- o lot of 2-vear (.' ?. of all te
(wMrV.AUen-s Hvbrid, l;u-er's Hybrid tnion
Vt;;3re,''i.itoecca, n, Norwc-s irguu, and
j-o nr) ctrawberrvPUTits strorff. of all the best sorta.
o iia!po-rr and Black b-rr:e.
kin-H, at U per i " Pr 1
lfi.ft) Daarf Ft-ar, 1-year. ) P-r 1 J.
UsuuO Cherry Trees, 1 er oi l, at r- Pr 1,000.
ALSOPFCTI TREES. PLOtTllKra, APRI
CU1S AN1 Ut'XNCJi LlsiiiJ.
Together w.th a large stock of
Apple Beed:;nCT; Par-. PlaraandCh'nTyPdncgs:
Ar-I" .-i an-t Pear ti.-TT'axel'?Ft
Cuttings, with Apple oraTjmurnhed
Partis orderintj of us, can rely on bsvinac their
orders tilled promptly, and receiving nmc.a st.
In all rvpect. t.ro.i-h.y pacKe-1 so it 1 arrive
In 2-)od vT'ier. S e i onr-' !v"s in fjniish as
gorl wck for their a..-- as can b- r-.rmnt froaiaay
reUabie establisiuaetit in the United siatn.
Cash with order, or one-third ca.-h. and
balance on deuvery, or C O. D.
m - ninu. rixra r.lor rvtuntr and
guu in fuiL Trade hat sent on application.
AddrWt APUTTiiAN A PPR-HiUK.
HBxn line, Erie ix, I'enn.
' IT. A. TISBZZi GO'S
THE LAEGEST DEPOT OP
. 3 :
SULKY AND WALKING CULTIVATOR;
T1CTOHIOUS AT ALL FAIRS:
3Ahead of all la the Field I Order Early lar
fflUGS CHIEF MPEI1 S',10 .10'JfD.
S weepstalies or tHe TForld ! "
I Challenge all Self-Eakes to a
WAGONS AND CAEEIAGES
1 THE BEST
tt7o:.ii::t eo the biitdkig
Samples Xow on liana of
And see if I cannot suit yon In goods and PRICES ! I bny my Machinery by the car
thus saving freight. A fu supply of all kinds of Farm Machinery la their sea"
P. A. Tisdel L Co.,
Job T7crli of all Kinds, dono at tlio
Laie Shore Grsje Crwe- .
fir "the Zt Six clanm of r--t r
irvrr TV-r Aw f
we coii..-r i f'r ha.nw-' 'v
p-,ti,--t ta ir".'. fr..,m frw
c.--r. and f - j'.-sv.-n Si,.t,
We C.'-Vr V" '.r-.r., ,-'.r.,, tr f
svxk of ilr. a- iers, as iXn
1-2 er 0x1 6,ju V
T. L TTA?."0:.
1 r '
T a ti rr- wM b!:-:nes in y-y T
and sI-CALL lill-i-, and stock jaj' .'
xrnsciiyjiiis arm "
A:!!IT-rFr:,i snd Crsl)
mie a p-f-,ii.:y. t-n1 iarup iuf "
any i.c. n:uL.a r; rd, to
4 si J J mJ
J fc j W w
Culs Six jtf
Trial, nacMno asainst Hrli?
TTAGOXS 3IAIE !
ana iudb all tus vth
all the JSIacnJnes iTe SeM
. Cor. 1st & Atlantic SDrownT
st ft i j
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