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I tauacaiions oo Agrxuiiur.
ar . nr ' -r the o.ritrol r, CX4. L.
rrca tae Capitol.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 21, 1W.
It ia cuite a task to write "from tbe
Capitol" an Agricultural letter,
Irfslature being In et-sion,
of course repres
section of the
Ctstc Fair FrcisJtirra.
y,'e t:e i-Ieasare n sayiS to those
Interested that money ia sow la tbe
treasury to pay all tl
awarded at theUsi BUte Fair. Ar
rangement have been made by v hlch
.11 minm due in Otoe County
ni v A hv Jndze O. P. Mason, at P,.a rece.pt of amount:
w ill i j " -nt-V
A I , t .r.,1 Vpmaha County,
chaix rotrxra, &
CCrS. 'l-- . . -
v.-tt V rnrnaa.atUroWBViiie. vui-
cntatives from ever, - -- r,remi.
State, iam g.aau, H. Walker,
Dears of emier Amcai .
tuMK A'eJ at
nntv, hh.kT. Crsra-on Coae, Mooaer.or
otoeft representation or we Md... for an order,
. f th,n to L. A. Walker, Treasurer,
.the Legislature. The teute iu - nmiomas can be obtained by
tbe application to the Secretary,
i Aav r,r tA State Fair, to meet at
Two dosea Ctrttlnrs of either tmB-
brrj , or Lmx.il
106 Gray wmyir Cuttings .
If you wish to pU&t this coming prlo,eadta
you orders early, awl save
TSEE PEDLKE'8 SXABGI3.
A An stock of two few eld
APPLE, PEAR, PLUM A5D CHERRY.
P" J Also Shade Tm, EverjFreens, Ornamental Shruba.
sua general Kursery StoeK
COXIiTAHTLY 03f 7Tf TT
- AT THE PROSPECT HXLL NTESERTES,
X. & E-EICIDIOD, rrapTiatara.
jjy Correspondence solicited.
lag interior SAnata. marten f 9;
iltre. nmah. Diploma
- J S III 1 I 1 I I li Hi I -
meeting neia meun- , , ; Hereafter
or tne fcw.- ' r mM the last day
this plac on tbe 13th of tnis mom c
It met in the liaii 01 Cfaf " wDI please cony this,
(Ce of th besutifol. rIW Krowins
On rtocon thr Victoria, IJnnlm, or Btrsw-
tt I terry n rini, v"w i.,
all premiums will cSVKK2S
ay of the fair and a. m. yuow Bpberrr
Two 1wn Prlret Car Hedges, ain plsnts, r
Representatives, which was Kinuij
tendered by the body for that purpose.
There was not only a quorum, but a
large number of the Board present,
together with a well filled Hall of the
friends of Agriculture from various
A GESEBAL AS80ET3CEST OF
Apple, Peach, Pear, Cherry, Plum
AND PERSIMMON TREES.
Al Grape yi)
G; Trrief Cr-
WM. H. LYMAN'S
parts of the State.
r,s of the Board, all were invited to Illustrated Floral
participate In any and all subjects asd
pertaining to Agriculture. First, the CATALOGUE OF SEEDS AND PLANTS.
; subject of Forct and Fruit Tree ibuin
. panting was disced. Hon. Jcc r
GrifHn of Douglas county, AV . D. Scott wm be, the cratea
. of Bichardson, Gov. baunders ox irrg poLLOCIL' Geranium 5
CTihilUii3 iucu tw-.ciii- -
csjtt," fanner-like shape and various
' matters were talked of, consuming
the entire afternoon. The Board ad
. journed to meet again two days there-
f;ir. and so on arrain. until four
o us AJMmvr a t snmrnuEiiY,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
XAaeeCeM, Jofeasoa Oomatr. Kmss.
f '! f
1,0C3,C33 CXtAPE TINS CTTTINCS.
Also s, lsS stock of
Carrant Plants aad Cattlnss,
nnn?? EBERRIES, ROSES,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
for Price Ut nd Esssya on Grape
Dr. H. PCHBODER,
3 Pes of Plaisi IMrertlosM for Plssttlac
al cultivating, ft family m urtf5
and marfcin all tmall Fruita. Written from 3
yrexpnpnee. and irlves all the Inform. ion of
the Urt-t-r and morecosUy works, so as to pat new
banners on wj'Jal foot in? with old fruit rro;ers.
We b ire nuimreasoi iHimii. -
tolJ-wtag from Ber. H- W. Bb a mple:
-Trair directions for crowing btrawberrn.-S) ua
Baspberries are the hmt I hare ever seen.
Wholesale and retail lists of oox planUsent t7
I mail fres on application.
botub Bead, Xaa.
n 1 alUitrodocSnt to tle IMblic my new Toma
st. tjoos co- Ma
.000 Box Elder Seedling, from 8 Inches j fL
1 to Tt foot in heifrht, ft per M.
il.Cm Hnrar Maples.
iVt-X) Miami Black Cap Kaqerry
12 00 per M
- -rr rk'l'l'f? I wOJOOAsparacns Boots-
TTJmaT;a'r nieanlsvlile P. P.. Iui, Co., Ko. .
vanotr and Uie tT m '.T.V ' "J:r, . t t T A T rvOTTTCl KRTTK I
meetings of this nature were held.- c O'KEETE, SOIT
They were all well attended and gen- -wl;1 f riTUT fidTC nfQ
trslly participated in
, . - . have. It ta nnexceti ior eaiias
more leading questions presented and Jlrl
. . i.vmRftd Was the introduction Of TeX- iw fniit erenly, about ten days U-rore tl. EjriyJied.
rasiety was oMt'r fW.m seeiln BM. In
U ripil Its rrsut X i JJA x a oriorw iuc
PRICE IN SEALED PACKETS, aSe.EACH.
Tar Ulojitrated c;rrular, containln description.
vm. n. irMAjr,
Importer of Beed, Bulb, a! Plants,
Among the riKTK;M
. ciscussed was tne introduction 01 kv iwrniiteremy
. . 1 ni,. . I L'ndoubted
necessiijr ut aj. ,111
. prohibiting. This question was very
fully ventilated by Mr. Bbsel, an ex
tensive stock dealer of Saunders Coun
ty; Col. Ritchie, of Sarpy; Hon.
Loveland, of Douglas ; lion. Kafsiger,
' of Dacotah ; W. D. Scott, of Richard
eon ; Hon. Miller, of Cass, and others.
A resolution, with various amend
' rnents, prohibiting and regulating the
Introduction of these cattle into this
State, after a Ienghy discussion, was
Indefinitely postponed. The question
of a general Herd Law was as equally
and extensively discussed. The ex
pressions were almost unanimously in
favor of such a law. This I regard as pif Year. 203 ACTCS.
one-, cf the most Important questions
connected with the agricultural inter
eiU of Nebraska. It would astonish
most people to figure up the expense
of fences, their rapid decay ; the per
cent, of loss of stock permitted to
roam at large ; the extent of crops
destroyed by them. Such losses will
more than pay for double the value of
all stock in the State. A herd law
would save it all, and result in the
more rapid development of the State
la all respects. Live fences would be
planted everywhere. However, with
all these facts beforethe Legislature,
and a great majority of the people
farmers of the State in favor of it,
" there will be no general Herd Law
passed. Chief Justice O. P. Mason,
and Elder Young of Lancaster Coun
ty, each made lengthy, detailed and
telling speeches, on this important
eubject. The subject of further aid by
the State to the State Board to enable j
It to offer more liberal premiums, was j
talked over, and a resolution Uliani- soil, arid guaranteed to be fully as goods repre-
mousJy aaopiea oy me mass meeting
asking the Legislature to increase the
eum now given three hundred dol
lars to one thousand dollars. Mr.
Tisdel, member of the House from
Richardson county, has already intro
duced a bill to that effect.
The discussion as to tree planting,
bliowed that the people throughout the
Ktate are Wide awake on that SUbi ect. Apple seeds, warranted fresh, tttO per busbel
Fort trees by the million are being osajre seeds, " 15,00
planted in every portion of Nebraska, j rineossge plants, fs.oo per 1,000.
The planting of fruit trees Is gaining
Increased attention ; there is more
fibiln fruit growing than ever be- jr JJJQ, , HUIiJIxlZ CO.
fore. Senator Cunningham of Rich
ardson county, has introduced a bill
to encourage the growth of Forest and
Fruit Trees, live fences, &c. Its pro
visions are liberal, and its passage and
enforcement will be of great benefit.
The Senatorial contest, which until
now Las been the absorbing question
before the Legislature, being decided,
the next great matter of importance
is the appropriation of the State Lands
given by the general Government for B County VuTZCvlcZ.
lfcaU Ui AUbVlUUl A A-aJ'A V VUiVii VOs A AAV A W I
IIiiulXlHl.ea in 1850.
Fruit Trees of all Hinds,
CATALOGUE of SEEDS,
AND GUIDE TO TUX
FLOWER. AJTD VEGETABLE
GARDEN FOB 1869.
, t- r..iun tcvptv loTer of flowers
wiThfM tbi new work, free of cbarpe. anoaia j ai-
tnM immediately M. O KEEFE, WJ2i CU-, lua-
i . Jk. suww'si BunrE. rujriirMri. a a
I WBMCl lawj '
! KOiSEniES oriT.r. ncitiES.
AN OLD ESTABLISHMENT WITH A
Erery Per caa Frtesw Tress km riMts
At THioieale Prices,
by orderto thronf n our Club Department,
For prices and other Information, address
W. F. IIEIKES,
Apple, Pear, Pimm, Cherry, Evergreen
A LARGE VARIETY.
A Inn. GntDS Vines. Currantv Gooseberries, HAsp-
ers, VlnCT. lunpo, iJiura, x v-uijico,
AT L.OTT RATES.
Grotm& 2d Block South of Court House
Sl?I2.rNGr OF 1809.
I desire to call the especial attention of my former
customers and the public generally, to my stocK ana
t - - in OI'lLITT f II LAIC BMA,a UUW
offered, and I would solicit a continuance otjjar
fHUroeace ana ravers, w oeser e -
1 .rtm vi.lha ritvt
! npir!n7 and Khfnrilns done In a careful man
ner All'iroods delivers! at tbe Express Office, Rail
road or Steamboat Landing free of cbarjre.
Plant d feed kr .liaiL Urarvinefi,:
Wu titmi-m Ranobemesi. ( Kjoeeterries. j
! unu. Vine, and Climbers. IW-ddinr Piantt, Bulbous
Acmi cruXi'x w AiAX
- ? f I -lwl
.tt. imrs cOr FT
AC -a A -a-T
Cn Viae., tZrcZ?TiZ: J. 1
I rt -.4.
W" w V!iM
. F -Vmrry - T Sa.rV41 I B. a S w w
We oner r . r---- for ex.
Ornamental xrees, rr . ,e. a- ?oc-l as can pe, fo -
teni.Tsxiy , vigor ana ... -- - f QHt. Md two year oiu.
been surpassed- r.f.innB do11 K4) rae' Pr 10 Per 1 ono
nii irticulars irrrea in u I .. S'."0
a a .'-i Mnra tsrn i - rm i -s-ma i ' - .
J ."r "'t Tv-criotlYC Cat- -Concord.yearJo.lnfr:: - -
teSfoa. " ,. ,.. Hartiord
aloeof Truits. '" P r V. i !
Lttks Sst Cnjs Grorer
for "tie Et ?!x clusters cf FrcL't.
HiTfnr Thirty Acr tt tbe SaLPv
we cotv..ir it tfr fcarI:iisw. ear'-'Lf 'V
rror,'.e ia txarinz. fri.nn frn,
clrs3ff. aa-1 i "t'l i'jfia ouo.ty trfTT, "V
and ua-st pr&i;uie oui-iixr Orap j iJ4
We ofr T?orfr rin. trrrrTi .
Itoci of Mx. . t. Ecrs, as fclirnrt;
3XoT4free. No. t, DeacriptlTC Cat-
it- so. 2. Ornamental inm
House PUnts. No. 4, Wholaie List.
ELLWANGE2 3c BAERT,
Jit. Hope Nurseries,
Pjcbester, N. V.
... ...i Twiimri!. I-year. . 1
a,uc) lve-sseedi:ns.l-yer. o--nXT0
Iona. 1-year, o. 1
SUUJ I.-baa. Catawba andCIiuvon,.
auu v- s
, .ro-LP ftidsu of til t?s above
Vtilaire, liebecca, tettleia, 2otwa 3 ir.
sno.010 strawberry PIar,s stronj tiebtsorts.
Fine ,3-yf . " Ap P Tres.
10.rJ Dwarf Ftar- "Sr Va.
5.w tand Pw 1 yeax.at f. pel
to ou) Cherry Trees, 4-year old, at t- per iwc ,
Tr PT-4CTI TRET. Pt-TTM TRrTFS, APEI-
Together with a lsre stock of
irvw!'- Pare, Plum and Cherry Seedlings;
Cuttings, with Appl Grafts, funuahed
Partis orderln? of us. can rely on Bavin thcr
in ail rwpects, thoroughly packed o -LrrlL
Eroctoa P. O.. iiiUuA?
Ho cli.ro rd, Illlaoii,
Do a Isrtre W.i.-b bopirwa in R.y
and SlAXi. TliKta. and itocL rsne,
ATI the nary Fruits and Osb x-r .
ituuif a nowtany. Jnd taaip ibi ijS
any laTormaiioa requLret. to Q
J. s. snEA2:m
X. C. B1TSTOS, Proprietor.
EsubUabed la 1S56.
AH the most desirable varieties
OKAFES AXD 83IALL FRUIT PLANTS
coysTAjnxY os hasd.
Of superior qualities, warranted true to name, at
prices as iOW, II not imm jn"" v H
ItycajB bepurchaBed elsewhere. Also-
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
which my extensive aeqnaintanse with all the lead
ing nurserymen enables me to furnish to my cus
tomers on the most favorable terms.
Durinr an experience of TWELVE TEAKS, to
STOCKING LARGE FRUIT FARMS,
I have tested many varieties. NEW ASD OLD,
NATIVE AND tOKEION. and also learned to a
SrSck tor their S - can" be b:ht from an.
Pliable estaiiiiihiaent la tbe United e-uues.
wru ?uTkah with order, or one-third cai'h, and
balance on deiivery, or C. O. l.
Those ordering will plea.- give p!ce County and
Stat in foil. Trade List sent on appucauou-
Address, . v . epT, , r;T-Fi
i?. A. TISD3L Cl GO'S
xosrsTCY k. now,
Near New Braaswick, Nevr Jersey.
One Ulle from Voorhee's Station, HULstone Railroad
One Tear Oiit Croa tUe Bad.
First S!ae, thrity Btocty trees, 3'-.' to 5 feet high.
SI er 100 1 $70 wr 1800.
! Second Size, thrifty stocky trees, 2 to Vi feet hlh.
87 ser 100 J S5 per 10K).
List of TaHeties Haw oat Hand. J
Early kinds ripening here in Aurust are Hale's
Early, Troth's Early Bed. Large Early York or
Honest John. Cooledge's Favorite, Eany xuiowon.
THE LAP.GE3T DEPOT OF
, j j
-1. J J J J J -Lsil 111'
3?0" S3 j3 ZtvL -Sl 3 .rS- .
prftt extent which nurrymn re reliable, m well r the yoartht Yellow Rareripe, Royal George,
LYONS, CLINTON CO IOWA.
Fruit tz. Ornamental Trees,
Grnpo Tinos Scc,
FOR 8FRISO 1800.
We offer for next sprlnsr planting, a fine assort-
nifiit of nnnK-ry atxk, all srown on open prairie
For full particulars, send for our Catalogus,
PS AILED FREE.
SXloma Hasp berry Plants
LARGEST, BEST AND MOOT PRODUCTIVE
BLACK CAP GROW!?,
and as rooch superior to tbe Ialittle Blark Cap
as the hardiest Feach is to the comtuon seedling.
O-fiend for circular.
W. 8. COMBS,
I toots. Garden, Flower and Tree heeds, will be sent
by mail any oistance, securely pacaeu iu nuiurii
rU mi ,lr damn miM. Ac I send articles packed in
this wsy in perfect saiety to tne most tusiaui puna
nf th T nlted Stat.
a-If articles sent out by me are not as reprcsen-
: ted, sena tnem dsck at my ejperarcairu jour muirj
shall be refunded.
Rome of tbe leading articles wiil be furnished at
tbe following prices.
Catalogues and Heed Ciroular furnished on appu-
cation. . . , ,
Concord Grapes, fi per arriA per nunorea.
ive's seedling, l,i0 prdox.; 10 per hundred.
Delaware, two years old. Sic each.
1 1 1n lem. tl ier Aat SS oer hundred.
My list of Lilies include tbe bt of the Japan va
rieties, and our old native favorites at low rates.
fm 4I1bm. nr Hd Lilv. The recent Improve
ments in tbe varieties of this splendid flower
renders it one of the finest of all "Flora's" gifts.
My stock comprises over thirty varieties, vary-
tnr In rirlr-e from 10 cts. to tlJM Der bulb.
panion to tne aoove, 01 an easy tuiimuuu, uj
Amariills, ar Jacobean LI!y.-Bare. 50 cents
Tabc Rose. A fine stock and cheap, 25 cents each.
Herbaceous, &c, &c.
m thou, vtxi am nnt Therefor our customers can
rely on receiving all articles genuine, and avoid the
vexation attendant In the purchase of inferior stock.
ILLUSTRATED AND PRICED CATALOGUES,
with brief but comprehensive Instructions ltr Culti
vation, mailed free to all applicants.
D. C. BENTON,
each 25 cts
Crawford's Early Melocoton, and ii wo re's Favorite
The kinds ripening from the beginning to the end
of September, are Old Mixon free, Mary's Choice,
Morris White. Bergen's YeUow, Reeve s Favorite,
Susquehanna, Crawford's Late Melocoton, Drukl
HIII, Old Mixon Cling, Prince's Red Rareripe and
Late varieties ripening in the end of September
! and beginning of October, are Stamp the World,
President, Late Admirable, Ward's Late Free, Free
stone Ilea tli. Smock's Late Free, p "rocket s Late
White Free, Carpenter's White aud Late Heath
25,000 Lawton Blackberry riant
S15 per Thousand.
20,000 Wilson's Albany Strawberry Plants
9a per Thousand.
JLH 000 Russell's Proline Strawberry rianta
&3 per Thousand.
IXEXHY K. now,
. New Brucswlck, N. J.
. i ... , mm, n at r" rl
3 aV " 1 ' " "... I
Bweet Scented Violets..
Irtan thus (variety)
ere "an hundred and one" Bchemes
ca foot, all demanding Land. F.
I T7cxranted Garden Scads.
Descriptive Price' Catatorae,
Cwtslnln descriDttons of aU the CHOICEST
I VEGETABLES, Including the most desirable
Novelties, suKpeetions regarding culture, c, u
now iwinir fmiiHt. and will be duly mailed, to our
customers, FllKE ; to others on receipt of 10 cents.
SEEDS BY MALL.
Ws furnish Garden Seeds in packages, fostao
. r xr n .nv Mat nffloo n the Cnlud Htates. when
ordered, at our regulrr prices, to any amount of fl or
HIT. 4. JliVAO
NCBSSSTaEM AfD SXKDSX,
Green-House &Deddingr Plants
A selection of tbe most desirable, which space
forbids to enumerate : also, Plants for ases, I rns.
Baskets, Ac., such as Myrtle, ann, ivy utouiuiu,
Dew Plant, Saxiftaga Barmentosa, Moneywort, Ac,
A Tv. with tvm
Also, Hanging uasaeia mu xwv. v.
without plants, always ou wbw.
Address J. COCHRANE,
Havana, Mason County, DX
A3" Bo particular to order early.
ADAPTED TO OURTRTLNO CLIMATE
of aU siifs ;
HARDY B1IRUBS, IIEIK3E PLANTS, Ac." I
in large or small quantities, at
Wm. ilAXWELL, Lanesf.eld, John
eon county, Kansas, oilers to send
small fruits lv mail, and also induce
ments to purchase every variety of SMALL FRUITS, EVERGREENS,
nursery ttock. Mr. M. Is near us, and
enjoys a good reputation as a cultiva
tor and dealer.
Charles Black, High tstown, New
Jersey. Feach, and small fruits a
ipeciality. Mr. Black is an old and
reliable dealer. His peach trees enjoy LOYTESE
a wcna-wiae repuiauuii. ct uis uu
vertlsement. WM. II. Lysian, Leverett, Mass.,
will furnish you with all the btandard
and rare seeds, bulbs and plants, and
at reduced prices. His mammoth
cluster tomato is offered as "the best
market variety' You can obtain
from him by mail.
Jos. L. Budd & Co., Shclls-burg,
We have a larjre stock of the following articles.
with many others, which weoffer VERY lowtocah
buyers. Warranted true to name, and GOOD IN
Apples, Pear, Cherries Peaebes, Plants,
Btrawberrie, Black berrlea, Evercrecaa,
limanf .! Tree. Warah,
m wwtn, it iweria fearai
We want a rood reliable man. whs can come well
recommended, to act as agent for us, in every county
in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, to seU on
Commission or Salary.
Bkipmenta made at Codar Bapl&s, Iowa. ? ,
Address, fur prices,
JOS. L. BUDD A COV
fchcllsburg, BcntoD Co. lowo.
A rPm I The most durable Umber ; lasts buadreds of years.
' - . . . ,
Tras ex rapia growtn, ana very vaiuaou mx lum
ber, rails, posts, poles, railroad ties, Ac
Seeds should be sown in winter or early spring.
tr For descrfpUoa of trees and qualities, send
Post OiEBes Stamp. ; : "
AU kinds of young trees sent by express, and
i of all kinds of trees and plants sent by mail. If or-
- . XL WILBUR A CO.,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
R L. ROBB A CO..
Grapo Tines for Sale.
A few thousand Nartartt Vlraiaia an4 Caa
rtrr Layers, raised in lAy Vineyard, from ripe.
100 ar 1000.
50 per 1000.
F L OEI S T.
ESTABLISHED IS 1857.
Begs leave to inform his friends generally, that he
la better oreDared than ever to furnish Ail kinds ot
plants, either to make tbe Gardens gay in summer,
or to furnish tiowers for the
In winter. Devoting ten large Greenhouses to this
busine alone, he feels warranted In stating he has
' ths lancet stock west of New York in
Grown especially for shlppiug, he has a splendid
stock. His twelve years experience in the west
gives unrivalled opportunities to know what our
western people want, and how to send it them. A
TaOaUVfTf (Wtt aHth vlAoa Ca laanal annoallw
the first of February, which will be sen to ail my
patrons or l as soon as issued, and to an oiatrs.
on application, aoarass
13-Snv 66 8. Clark Street. Chicago. TIL
If you want a good article of Nursery Stock,
Grape Tines, Carrantf, Gaaafeerrles,
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Peach
Trees, Kverfrreems, and
Send your orders to
J. W. PEARMAN,
or R. W. FURNAS, Brown ville.
iat&iogue ireo. i3--y
I'eacU Trees and fraall Frnlls
100.UX) AgrktiJturlst and Wilson Strawberry, at
4 rr fW per W.OWX
10.0U) W0aoii Lriy L k herr, ai fS per 100 ;
f ,a jr i,oi
Benton County, Iowa, will furnish VIXIaAGE IftJIlSIIIlaTsfL
fruit trees of all kinds, evergreen,
shrubs, and hedgo plant, "atredueed
rates." His location is good. Try him.
Dr. Jko.E. Ennis & Co., Lyons,
Clinton County, Iowa, have an ex
tensive nursery of two hundred acres,
and can fill
Richard Berry & Co., Elleards
ville, fit. Louis County, Mo. ILis
maple and box elder seedlings are
something our people need, The pri
ces are low, as will be seen by refer
ence to his advertisement.
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Cii Ul UtlO. I JIZ 1V1 a-AAAa I f W T I' W V It T I I
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FLORAL GUIDE FOR 1869.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Cai p h e r ry , C IscEib c r r j,SlratT-
uerry, an a ctiier I'luim,
AT LOW RATES.
ITa viiiir road- the Nursery bRlDe the anla nrm.
pnuon oi ciy Mi-, ana procured nay woclt only from
reiiiiijle fKi:rr--s, tiiore tto mT 1-4 v or nm niiii
their orders may dooend on ret
lri' to tiDie. and hrat onahi v i
Trwi amd pian pa ked to carrv In r.wut
any tSmtanoa, ann aehveid to RaUn'iad Be free of
cUhtvh, a. i.r a b i they are at purchaser rink.
v B-.u, ui n'-m.iu.'Kjry rreacs taust aooompany
fir4 edition of One Bondred Thousand of
l.nwirMwi tjataiomie or rvpn ml nnM.ii,
the flower Garden is now txihiiHixxt it n.Li.
work of lifjres. beaati sully illiwtratod, with uoout
x-M v. oou roigravutgs or t lowers and Vegct-
tatM nuu asAA
ELEGANT COLORED PLATE,
A BOQUETTE OF FLOWERS.
Also, a few thoasandtwe-year aid Plants of these
U,00OGaUons Norton, Concord and Chtawba Wises.
Miaieautali V. O St flair t w,n,
The only Hardy, Praduetlra and Satis.
laetory Jt'lam tn the Northwest.
Tills ertremrty hardy and valuable Plum bids dtv
fiance to Curcullo. rxtXA winter anri nt).,.,.iu.ii..
Calef Points of Yaltxe:
L It Is nerffvIlT haritv
2. It is not liable to injure from late Spring frosts,
i It grows rapidly while voune. 1 6
4. It is free from every disease. '
&. It fruits very early. . - .., ' . . ,. .
8. It bears a crop every year.
7. The fruit keeps well and will luttr tr.r.
la Southern Nebraska, Atchison and Holt
county, lio., zor tne
T. C. IIAXWELX & BHOM
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
GENEVA, ONTARIO CO., N.T.
Invite the attention of
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
CHOICE l!U STOCK
Frait Trees Standard and Dwarf;
Oraamental Trees mmd Shraba Deciduous
and Evergreen ;
Satall Fruits Grapevines All varieties;
liases, Greea Ilaase and Bedding
Flaata, Bulbs, Sic
either for their own planting or to sell again, are re
quested to give us a caU or write for particulars.
enclosing stamps for catalogues as follows :
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red a! amps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentala three red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C MAXWELL Hi BHOS,
Geneva, Ontario, Co., N. Y.
a" -J AT
T -a W dW ? '
S. Tlie fruit is of excellent flavor
. The ladies prefer it for preserving.
aim urvrt uijuicu uy me ItircuUo.
11. The truit ripeus about the last nt
No man, whose name doesen't com
mence wi;h F, can be Mayor of Chelsea,
Msaenrhncptts:. 1 Xr-r fnnr Inst. Hfovnra 1 rrti-rs.
have pec n named Fay, Fitz, Frost and iZT
nUAPHIl AITD HOT
mT lvor me wlta I 't 1 the most beHUftilT as well as the most In- I ll- rjt1' Jrv,it ripeus about the last of Seotcmber I mm ... -
nsl a ult.y order ru.ive Fl.rl Guide pubUtU glvine nijfd wheu ere nu to be hd Keptcmter' Tf' "! T-QT !?1 Tf' 'T"? Fl I I
iu every reepoct. thoroush dimaions for the j ll. L J I l.i i,M kjL.UJS
G Xt A. I H2 ROOTS.
The best Grape for general cultivation ia this
As so decided by a committee of five of the most
noted Grape Growers and Wine Makers in the
Price so low that all who will may plant them.
We are now selling them at
30 per ICC Oj per ICO.
ine wen grown trees, five fet hieh and upwards.
Cfcltare ef Flowers aa Yeareta&lea.
The Floral Ocide is rubllshed for the luTiAft Arm. I each tl: nerdoa.iiQ: nr hnmiro.! i ,i
Cttstotaers. to whom it is swrtt free without arrolk-a. I "".JT
l", but ill be forwaToed to allwho aroiT JOEL BARBER,
o cents, wnich la aot half the cost.
Adiress JAMES VICB",
i iU.s U 1 lU kiO
1 1 nvm
One dozen sent my mail, securely packed, post
age paid, for 5X,3.
SULKY AND WALKING GULTiYATOE
VICTOIIIOI'S AT ILL FAIRS!
ta.head of all In the Field ! Order Early Uf t
CAYUGA CHIEF OEFEO HOD 0B1I.
SweepstaliesorilieTroria! Cuts SU'f
I Challenge all Self-Bakes to a Trial, nachins against
THE BEST TTACOS 2IADE!
T5T A 1 TwTA
TWO LIEII DO THE BITJDIITG and niDH ALL THE
Samples Sow on Hand of all tae Jlacnlnes we St11'-
Com a,nd See Te
And see if I ennnot suit yoa in goods and PRICES ! I bny my Machinery by ta
Uias saving freight. A fa supply of all kinds of Farm Machinery in their sc
P. A. Tisdel & Co.,
Cor. 1st A Atlant 1c Sts Crol
Job T7orIi of rJl Hindi, deno at
McCTXLOUCn, DRAKE & CO.,
. j : . IwchcstsrN.Y. I l3ra
TUB BEST PLOW NO W If ABB I
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