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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1869)
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To whom all Cornmunicairons on Africulture
thould be addressed.
Of the onen f the. Ktmibt County
Agricultural Aor lation. -
OTJdT Is he rcby given that in accordanoe
rl'h Artlde rn& of the By-Laws of tSc Aso
cdctlon, the Annual tlciion of OfTlcers for
tha mmc will take j5ae on Saturday, March
27th, at 1 o'clock, p.m.. In the front room of
the Advertiser ofilco, In ErornvIll.
A full attendance 1 earnestly requwtod.
II. O. MINICK, Scey.
IIoff & Coorrn, Wataga, 111., ofler
another lit of peacb, npple and pear
trees. See their list and prices,
. John Chaklton, Rochester, N. Y.,
Eaj8 now Is the time to order grape
vines. Ilia advertisement will be
found on this page.
Henry Michel, 207 N. 2d street,
St. Louis, will fill orders for grapes,
vines, flower seeds, and green house
plants. See his advertisement before
Maktiia fs what you want ? Then
s?e the advertisement of Geo. "Y.
Campbell, and send him your stamps
and, order, and she will eupplj you
vriOx the table grape annually, if
properly cared for.
Alex. II. Gaston, Henry, Marshal
.County, 111., has an advertisement in
to-day's paper for early field corn.
This is eaid to be a valuable variety of
e&rly corn, and the only kind that is
ere to ripen in this latitude if planted
after the fifteenth of June.
Resolved, That the Secretary of the
Board be authorized and requested to
give notice in the several papers of the
State, that he will receive applications
for tec!$ and plants in small quanti
ties from all parts of the State, and
will endeavor to supply all such ap
plications at the least possible cost to
the applicants, they paying postage,
costs and charges.
The above resolution was passed by
the officers of the State Agricultural
Society. A'ddressC. II. Walker, Secy.,
Read Messrs. D. F. llolman & Co.'s
advertisement Inserted this week.
They can furnish you with evergreens
by the thousand at greatly reduced
prices. Grape vines of all kinds by
the dozen, hundred, or thousand.
Read the terms upon which they offer
Grover & Raker's sewing machine.
Ladies of Nemaha, please "send a per
petual sunbeam right into the homes"
of the needy of your neighborhood.
Harkness & Andrews, of Fari
bault, Minnesota, growers and dealers
in evergreens, have largely reduced
their prices this week to all points on
railroads or river. rieae compare
their advertisement this week with
last, as to terms. We are glad to see
a desire among farmers and townsmen
to beautify their residence with ever
green shrubbery, and to grow ever
green wind breaks to their nurseries
and orchards, and it gives up pleasure
to enable such of them as read the
Advertiser, to do so with the least pos
sible outlay of funds.
YOU WANT MARTHA ! Every
-I crape grower wants it a the best, most
valuable and reliable
WHITE WINE & TABLE GRAPE
yet introdnred to the American tenple. In every
way a perfectly hardy, liealibv, productive and vig
orous In growinam tlie i;on(srd, from which it Is ft
aeec.iua;. It is, however, lar more refined and deli
cate tn flavor, and ripens ten days earlier. It Is
iweet, rich, and sprit tit ly, and entirely devoid of
the coarseness and acidity thrt is found ln the Con
cord : and deserving of a higher place anionic white
prreilian the Concord holds anion;? blwit one.
AIm), Weehawken, tsalem,e)aware, lona. Concord,
Hartford Prolific, Ives' Needling. Crevelinsr, IHuna,
and fifty other varieties of the most valuable native
Oraes; also Blackberries, Raspberries, Currants,
Htrawberries, Oooeeberriea, lltieubarb, etc.. etc
r sond stamp for Illustrated liettcriptive Cata
logue of (irapes and Small FmUs to
UKO. V. CAMFBELL.
CSONCORD, Norton's Virginia, Hart
' fnrdlYoliflc, Delaware, and all other lead
varieues, grown ajid for sale by
, KTT K. iind Street, 1st, Louis, fo.
nd for price list. 2Wm
Flower Seeds and Green
A LARGE STOCK of the Choicest
.xl. TBrleties of the above nlwjrys on hand ;
Mo shrubs. Evergreens, imputed Flower Blubs,
for Fall planting:.
(atnlott sent gratl to all ar-nlWnt.
Addre IIEXHY jilCilEL,
?3Sm 207 2d street, r-t. Louis. Ma
Plant Choice Fruits.
7JOW 13 THE TIME TO ORDER.
1 I will send fine SALEM GRAPES hv
ir '! fur S 1 each. Rorers 4, jr.. 19, at 5oe euch. Kit
t liny and iinon's ijirlr Blackberries ut fl ier
1--, tnnil. Clarlt liapberry, fi50 per uoa.
J'h' ,au'!i-hia do, $2 tw ter dozen, ail'by mail.
I v ul oe)lvert)ie followniwrat Express oihee. prop
r; :y j'"ked,at the followinit rris: Concord Grapes
f'.utiJfiOper bnndred. Ix-iaware, Diana, Crevel
iim uiil Ive's feediine, $15 per bund'd. Salem
Cirapes at ?7i, -0 and S-kj per hundred. Hog-era 4, 15,
and IV at .Dier hnndred. Fine Jiws at f4.50 per
duiru. Waraiial ieU Kose (by nifti 1 ) 7-c psoli.
Address JUiiN CHARLTON
IlfK-hester, N. T.
PEACn TREES. Crawford's, Hale
rjl others, 5 fet,....M..... tlO per 100
K. roe varie'.ieJi, ticky trees.. 4 to 7 per MO
l'ear and Cherry Trees, 1 yr., 1st cluxs IS per 1
" " : J yr., extra jer i.o
Apple Trees, 1 yr., selected, 1 ft -. i per Vu
" A " " 40 per M
44 " S to 7 rt l.- jer M
Apple Grafts, mostly winter vnrlnies. 6 jht M
Cliulon Cirapes, 2 yers, wll rooleU 4 per luo
Concord tirapea, 2 years, extra 10 per 1
l'lnre drapes, 2 years, exlra......ai per l'fl
It. l:ne Ra.ii.erry, Ki per M
Vl'i.nrteiphl H per PW
Knuiiiiy liinoWberry, well roou-rt ..,,,, C per luo
Wilsou iiluckberry, wea rooted H per luO
Also XVrcrgrm Roses,
and a renenU awrtment of Nursery Pto-k, Includ
ing l'umis.tiolden lwarf Feacb,Uiiiee.(i rapes in
n'ty, Currants, Goe!errie, Strawlierries, ALL
AT J H" HA 7K-i. Kamples uent at wholesale price.
, ."send lor pnoe UU
3-6m Wataga, Knox Usintr, III.
Early Field Corn.
TIic Corn Tor the million.
T INTRODUCE to the Corn Growers
A of Anierlma new variety of Field Corn,
j-rown aome thre years by Jrweph P. Blood, two
u,,i"s north of lienry, Mafotiali Countv, Illinois,
narKed to him from the I-atent Oflice "Fjrlv Field
turn." 1 he hahlu of this new variety are as fol
lows: First ii mature at let two wee t earlier
than our ordinary varieties. T here will as manv
KLasks i-rnw Id a bill, exiiserjuentlv It will produi-e
at leaat t per cent mure t. tu acre. This e rejit In
crease per " yearly tn the Crop, will Tucrne
the real wealth of our nation to the amount of 1U1
1 hts variety U brlpht vellow, renerally 16 rowed,
tlie cob nuially cvered closely at both ends rn-lth
Jerneis: Hie ears break very rend.ly from the stem ;
trie biifck is very htht and r.iity, makiiiK it verv
Hfy on the banos in IiUKklrft. Mr. liood aj.ys that
if cn husk at leat vr ent- more bnsiiels p-r
i . ti :ia of the oid fcriei;e. Mr. l.iood last rnll
huf.We.-l, ahelied and wold aome frO bushe's of tins
Variety ainii? wttU Ms o! J crop of Corn. The rain
nereiibiit ere unat.le Ujtiisoiijrui; h tlie new from
t .v out. J ! is oid ariv k-b. im ins 10 the aciavorahie
I i wks ii I (,l U)'.i'll or w'l al h!L
' : . Ter'iy ran be .,m-d ,i h aafetv from the
lv( i,, the 1 r (, of June. l:i one t-jmlred davs from
p hi t "ir it i 1 be completely out of the way of tn.
! ;t Ii that we s.ine;'Tins bsve in this latitude
'"'I the lAh Ulhe".'fhof K-;te:iiler. This variety
t as ear'v as our lir? e fit l.l rowed York State
" ir.kw r :nt C-.rn. ;i iie;o it t rather short, but
' ' ! ii a round, wt'.n iis-m 1 1 r a very larreenr.
V, t. ).,hu1 nva he osrsf n,, ti ll Ifie pln .n Inn Ii alMHit
II up var.-iy of fi.Fr. fur liu t:.at his !ureniiit
-. ! lie fcit el -1 u a
1 lnvf bu s -;.t y. r
tl. n-w ii' 1 ii,.
pur.-il ev.-r H !'i
J' A at t.e fi. '.';,-!
a -h urv," oriut lm-"
. r,.-l itiii'l(t ofe.r.J.of
a nr'i'tr i.f 'urn, and am rf
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tr !. i.-r In- mi or !'..
s i fMTi- ir u-r.rui as the rurcboner rnv
! ti i. t
i y la all cms to axi.i;pat!y tUn o
ALKI. II. GASTON,
T . Tet-rs s-W-'pj ST I V.K A Trj.Efrj'.y,
I iw-;.d in I: r in-'.ia in: it - V m r-iy a; ,.
""I i t'aitM-d. '1 he t.A t.LY 1 r.J.li ti , k V
r Is e t!'i i"i;nim tnu-et ol our Iis.imu
-'" A.- -f is f..f the l.ort.cuHuml tnler.
t ILi.i i i re lh, UiC purvlinirt-f cf ei.ner
' I I.. i
T , f
3 O O , O O O
1 o o r o o o
Evergreens caly SlO to $20 p.erlOO
Concords only 8$tkk Hundred.
Tlie Conrorsi i tit Grrnt Grapt or (he JS1U
lion, and vc jut the J'rice ai only
J7EVERY "VESTEH!T FARMER
AJ Bhould have 1,000 EvergToons, and ICO
Grape Vines, and these b can have FREE.
Improve and Beautify yoat l"rr,is and bouics.
Wbo would be without them, when they can be
had so cheap T Now is the time for go-ahead Farm
ers to supply their neighbors at low rates, and them
Improve and beautify your Farms, your Homes,
and your neighborhood. Eastern Tree dealers trav
el through your State, and charge you as much for
oxs ixir.KX Vines as we charge you for loo Vine.
Now, what is the use of paying such enormous
prices, when you can get a better article at the west
for one-quarter the preceT .
THINK OF THESE THINGS.
Add to the value of your Land, and to the comfort
and pleasure of your Family and
Home! Home! Home!
Free! Free! Free!
People will appreciate the reduction from the ex
travagant prices usually charged for
Evergreens and Grapa Vines !
LIVE MEN will learn all particulars, by sending:
fur CIECVJLAJt and PEICE LIST.
E YE R G RE EM 'S
CIIEIiri CIIEAF! CHEAP!
We are prepared to furnish the people of the North
West with Native Evergreens at exceedingly low
prices, by the thousand so cheap that all can afford
to purchase. They Increase In value mpldly, and as
ornamental trees, are surpassed by none. We can
how you trees near the City of Chicago, of the same
varieties, planted five or nix years ago, that are note
at from 3 to S3 each.
Turtles who attended the sale of real estate at
Egandale, In Chicago, last season, can fully appreci
ate the value and beauty of these trees when piop
Iy cared for. Every owner of real estate should
have from l.ouo to 10,000 of them. They are needed
all over the Northwest for
Hedges, Windbreaks and Ornament.
CIIEPP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
Our Vines are grown on the open prairie, conse
quently arc hardy, acclimated, and adapted to Wes
tern Boil and Climate.
At the above prices we warrant Good Stock, de
livered in good condition at the Express oflice in
Chicago, Free of Charge for boxing, packing and
dray a re.
IScnd Stamp for Circular giving full particulars.
D. F. HOLHAN & CO.,
115 Uladiaoa St., Room 1, Chlcna-o.
A BEAUTIFUL SEWIHG IIACHIHE
A NOVEL. IDEA!
We Help Those Who Help Us!
t j. Ministers, attention!
t". Sewing Societies, attention !
tjk. Ch n rch Societies, attention!
tUGood Templars, attention!
Odd Fellows and Kuaous, attention!
3- Grand Army of the Itepubllc, attention !
VS. All Oood Men and Women, attention!
A CO Grover & ITalicr erring
Machine Free I
We want two or three Ixl ls nr Gentlemen ia
every twa or villupe in the MjiI, to help ns carry
forward a very laudable lllrtkine. We want
every Church Society to irive tiit-lr Miuwter's wife a
tie.nji'ful (--ew'tn liachiue, and at the same time
One 't lnv roan or woman In s tfr-eonpTpi-ation
can di lue )!iuie?t m one iy. V . nnt ail :-oeie-tn
to pre--ut some worthy tr'er wuli a Sewinr
Miu'hine. un nil k now uf some aind-bearted. bard
work lnir. P'mhI Christian woman in your neu hljor
hod, uii is v!'. i r iiu her n.-el.e, trvlns i. tup
port herveif and I' i ileini's. The nmt f us k'iow a
milliner's wire In our mniiniiiii:i v, who has a tauiilr
to cure for, and who, b-ii-i? urrnl , to hue her wtrt
done, is -.niic out bejr i.!e m momitonotis labor,
trvuig u Ih p tuler and ihi.Jreu in paasahie cun-
Now, doyoo want iowtxl a perpetual an n beam
r.ul't into toe home of thene fliii'.nies T lto von wartt
to mH ihMt mot tier's hert In a M ut u-r of Joy f 1 to
yon wmit tole b)e-oed eve"r l"V thai that ninsleal
rnr.f If in. u -.it at i'1 lortlrci lxr riv
"4 f ut particular, and ttien pro jniee U;e iii),i-t at
ti.e tirt triei-iHie of your Kn-n'r, orpo to work at
onee on your ew a tttx-onnt. TU.. I io cheat, rtttich
rx-iiiiy or b.rr.h'iir arrT'.temefit.biit i Umet and
hon.ir-tr', t.' and wn m.ri.-r a fovor on o I r
eerned. l .mcan attend to it In K.nie c o-uer
than (ren l:nea. b jvuip at once fur pfcTtiCU-
ln. Acivus '
rs. f. noLriAN & co
! Hi MalU,oB VL. lioout 1, Ciikaga.
THE BEE KEEPER'S JOURNAL
ANEW MONTILV, pub
lished by H. A. Kino CO.,
vart.. t inio, nt (ine Iil!ar
rear, jyi e l by H. A. KinT
author of TA A'" A
; . J ' er, etc., ar.-i in. E. S.'Tnp-
f . " ' per, Iowa s notea writer on
le . .. - Bi-e Culture. The January
No. and liirJt to -Iter. Ktrp
ert, cont!n!3t mtrfC premium oiier, pent free on
application. Write now, S'mI vou will rot forget U.
Vl-4t A01rew H. A, K 1 J & CO., Nevmia, O.
No. S one year:
No. 2 Ho -No.
Two yean host io
IS LARGE Q VA XTTIE AT Ml XI f RED VCEO
I: A TES.
Saccharine Tests i, r 'VYiiic.
At the Nu'.ioiii 1 P.tccharine T--t for Wine, at
Ilamnionth'iviit. N. V.. OcU 2sth, lw, the Outaicba
stood in fiitcbarine ninlter 9i Ha. trr 99 lona lui
Jfclmrare lot Thi.v tst was made with 17 ounces of
tlie Walter, Koiiiewliat fro7x;n, to 24 ounces of each of
the otlicT vi.r!etie.
5t nioriT!iir tlupeHntendent, Clerir, and one
of the I'ireiloi of the Klewsaiit V!!ey wine Co.
(the parties wlio condiictod the tst the day lefore.)
to titLsrx.tlien!clve of the merits of the "Waiter"
hy an ei'iil trial, tested 17 ounces of lona from tiie
swuie lot thft were ned the 'lay before. ard the
aarviiaromf tiTsJoorfat PI the Waiter leatlns; its.
Hud 17 ounces of the Delaware and Catawba been
proved eqrnlltr hsnl wiih the MnltT, their skins
and centres LK-'inir arid, tiie Delaware wouhl have
mood lower nil J the Catawba proportionably below
the Delaware. All the other varieties ranged much
lower than tlice enumerated above.
Therebftd been conftapt ruins and damp weather
ti the aection where the W'allrr jrrew its competit
ors growing at llammundsport and a!on the lakes,
where there had been bat little ruin duruiR the sea
son dry ko:1 and weather being necessary for the
perfect sweetening of grape.
A committee of the American Institute Farmer's
Club. In a reeKrt of Hent. lfhS, printed jn the
New York Heuii-Weekly Tribuneof Sept. tth, after
speaking of the nialille of the WaJlrr, soy: "We
conclude Cue H'Mtfer will be a valuable grape in the
grape regions of the npper Jflssissiripl.on the shores
of Dake Krie. in western New ork, on the slate
soil of wes teru Pennsylvania, and wherever else
native grapes are successfully grown."
Letter from Charlrt Woolley, one cf the oidttt vine
rardMs tn the. Kate.
Vtn'etabd 1'oist, t imer Co., N. Y.,
May I!), lisoH. J
Xrrtr. Frrri fr Ociifinyod.
Dkr 8i i : Yours of the isth I am In receipt of.
In which von ak il I have any objections to sending
you, for publication, the fncts I am acquainted with.
In relation to the character of the Walter Orape, I
have never Indorsed the character or usefulness of
vines, or otberartides of any description, and would
not at my present stage of life were it not for two
reasons which seem sufficient. First, I know the
Waiter Graoe will meet the prejudices widespread
throuphnufthecouutry, caused by the worthlessnesw
in most localities of many of its predecessors. Sec
ond, tMX-attse I can any from personal observation
thut the liVitfer is the best variety I have had any
knowledge of. and I think I have cultivated neiu-ly
all that have been recommended, disnirding them
all and fulling buck uikki the Concord and Hartford
l'roMf.c as vineyard varieties. I am interested in
knowing that the lruit of tiie WnJtcr grows larger
each vear as the vine grows older, being last year
fully one-third larcer than it was two years nsro. It
grows well ; sets fruit well. I have seen it ripe sev
eral times before Hartford, aiul I have never seen
an v mildew on Its fruit or on Its large and thick, but
De'laware shapinl foliage. The flavor of the fruit I
think superior to any other variety. You say in
vour circular It is a seedling of the Delaware and
Diana; 1 think thechararter of each of these varie
ties U quite uistinifutsbable In the Walter, particu
larly that f the Ijclawnre. I Hltei think ft would
make a wine of hiph character. I have visited it
annuallv since it first bore, six years ago, three times
In Ulster Co., N. Y-. in a low valley, where the Isa
bella seldom ripens, and each time it was fully ripe
in Aujrust. I have seen it each of t he three past sea
sons in Pouclikeensie. ripening at the same time,
excepting hist yew. when the constant rains pre
vented ail varieties from maturing at their usual
time, but it tierfected its fruit by the middle of Sep
tember. The raisins of the last mentioned crop I
have sien and eaten, which were ttood. From its
sticceding in the low valley and tenacious clay of
Modena, antl also in uic ury aiuiey jh,;uou iu
I'oiighkeepsi'5. 1 think it will be well adapted to the
varied sections of our country. You may make
whatever use of these opinions yon deem proper.
Yours truly, CIIA1U.ES WOOLEY.
FERUIS & CAYWOOD,
niO UTSTOWN, NEW JEKSEY.
Peach Treeg and Small Fruits
100,000 Agriculturist and Wilson Strawberry, at
f per l.ooo- W0 per 10,000.
10,000 Wilson's Early Blsckberry, at J9 per 100;
Peach Trees 1st si7, !) pw; ?x) per 1,000; 2nd size,
t per 100, io per l.onO
WILscn's Early .Blackberry, lloot Cuttings, fl per 100.
t-i jier i.wi; fio per iti.tmu.
Kittatinny, "i cts. per im; 4 per l,ouo; f per 10,OuQ.
AESO A LARGE A8B0BTMENT OF
bcrry. and other Plants,
AT LOW RATES.
Having made the Nursery business the sole occu
pation ot my lite, and procured my stock only rrom
reliable sources, those wlA may favor me with
their orders may depend on getting what they otder
true to name, and first quality in every respect.
Trees and plants packed to carry in good order
auv uiDiaoce, ami oeiivereu io luturouu iepoi ireeoi
charee, alter which they are at purchaser's risk.
Cash, or satLsiactory reierences must accompany
Send your orders early, and they shall be prompt
ly attended to. Eor Price List and particulars.
Address CJIAS. BLACK,
lf5-3m Hightstown, N. J.
lO GIIEETV HOUSES.
400 Acres of Open
Covered with Apple, Tear, Cherry, Peach and Si
berian Crab Trees ; Quince, Itaspberries. Blackber
berrles. Currants, Gooseberries. Strawberries and
Grapes; Oarden Roots, Plants, Root Grails, stocks,
bcious, Seeds and Cuttings ; and
Deciduous & Ornamental
TREES AXTD SHRUBS.
Roses. Snowballs. Everbreens. Pjeonies. Phloxes.
Tulijm, Hyacinths, Gladioluses, Iiahlias, Chrvsan
themums. and Uanly Herlmceous, Flowering Plants
and Greeubouse and Bedding Plants. . -
OSAGE ORANGE PL' A NTS,
First Class, f3 SO ier 1000.
10 0,000 Concord Grape Vines, two years old.
Tor sale by .
J. K. TEFT & Co.,
P. O. BOX 1 00. PRO mxriLLE, 2TZP. '
ALSO AT XORTII STAR, 110.
DO YOU WANT TREES FOR
THE PRAIRIES? If vou do. look at
the following prices. These tres are all nwnery
profen. Tlie Evergreens have been transplanted on
to tree tunes ; we prepay freiyhi ou them :
White Elm, one year old, fine
do Ash, do do do
Suear Maple, do do do
Soil do do do do .
Jiulsam Fir, s to 11 Inches.
Hemlock, 8 to 11 inches.
lUUam Fir, 11 to is inches
fw per Jono
j. per kj
1 per li)
12 per Uioo
i per lono
23 per into
30 per Hi0
15 per lm.to
30 per lmiO
60 per liwo
8 per 100
20 per inoo
- 40 per 1 J0
2."i per Uioo
Am. Arborvitae,8 to 1.' inches.-,
uo do li to 24 inches..
Jorway spruce, 6 to 12 luches...,
do do 10 to 2D Inches....
Am. Larch, to 10 lnches.......
do do to 20 Inches
European Larch, 5 to 10 incees
do do 8 to IS inches......
40 per 1000
Rend orders at once for your trees, that yon may
not be disappointed.
THOMPSON, MYEttS CO.
21-St Brook field. Mo.-
EARLY ROSE POTATO, American
nnd Forelpn Hprlti? W'lients, Oates, Bar
ley, Corn, Cloverseeds, Grass Seels. Hogs. Fowls,
Best Fodder Cutter Send for the ' Experimental
Farm Journal," only 2 cents. Address
l"-i0t A. DKITZ, Chanibersbnrg, Pa.
EVERGREEN & FOREST TREE
SEEDLINGS, for the Prairie of Nebras
ka. We are offering White Pine, Jlemisxi, Arbor
YiUie, Nuffor Maple mvl Birrh Seedliwr. in lots of 50,
000 or more, at 30 per Thousand. We
have the largest mock of Kvergrreus and Forest
Trees in thwet. Send stamp for cln-ular. Pamph
let containing full, practical and scientiflc instruc
tions for pmpogatin, handline, planting and man
agement of i'oreat Trees and K verirreens. mailed for
aoceiila. PEVNEV A WKAI.
21-st Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
GREGORY'S SEED CATALOGUE.
I have over sixty acres in Seed on my
Shree Seed Farms, in ilarblehead, Mass., where I
have raised over one hundred varieties the past
season, ali prrfrrtly lUi. I import many choice
seeds from the ht Ktimpean growers. As the or
itcinal IntJxxlucer of the llubb-ird Siuash, Marble
head Mpmmoth ChH-re, and many new and rare
veiretables, 1 Invite the patronage of" the pnbiic
Kretu tcirranlcd tn he. me. rrj-rentti. tlttnioffvei
pwu to ali. JAitiS J. II. ti R FXtOHY,
CEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osage
O Orange Seed, prime, new, fl per bushel.
A pple Seedi, Pench Pits, froien. Boot C rafts, A p
ple, pHcked. l i.i'ii, f"". Osage Hedre plants. IstcL,
..; io,0 , f-i. I'each Hale's lUrly and other
t -si sorti. t tot-ks Appie, pear, llum. Cherry,
tjulnce, Ac, iUes, F'.vei preens, t;rs pea. Downing
OooM-berry, ( hut In downing tsntw 'nerry, Black--rriw,
lvit-lrries.(ireen ilous B-Mldln")- 1'ianls,
laiajas, Liue, Am. Send h)c for three CotaloguM.
F. K. PHOKSIX,
feb23-m Mclao Co., Illinois.
PKICE LIST. .1
J'er I'er Ter Per Per
Eurh. Jir ii. ft). 75. P1.
? S fa -5 fi (1-H f-JH)
. 4 4i M 170 .rjo
s fi in 212 sit) r)
M 2li x ti fey
PEACH TREES. Crawfords. Hale.
A and others, five feet ..f 10 per 1)0
Pear and Chery Trees, 1 yr., 1st cia 1.1 "
AppIcTn-es in variety, I j r., I f--i a " "
A iie lirr, at low rales.
Also, a full assortment of Nursery stock, of C.'!
Off. .Sit, eent at wholesale price.
,'iw-mies On-hard contaios over 1.000 bearirg
treeaof Ai;il Jntr and C'kern.
s-.i l for pru-e UsU JiOFF rnOPER.
ftt)lln nWrpt, A Ojowii, iit
Dreer's Garden Seeds I
BEING AS KEPRESEXIED,
Fro h Jx ii rt tl GcnuinO.
PARMER3, GARDENERS, and all
A ot'ners in want of Reed, will find It to
their advantage to send their orders direct to the
The following are a few of the leading varieties :
Beet, Simon s Extra Early , ffi 10
Euriy Elood Turnip..
Half Long Blood.."...'.
CbWxifr, I.-argg Early York
" " Wakefield
n Philada. F'lat imtch .
' " " large Drunihead
" liuriliir; ;4avoy,..T..
Curat. I on Darn rir'iii..,.;.,rti
" Ftrly Scarlet Horn .. ..... .20
Cttcutaier, ir!v White Spine....- 25
' LftrtgOreen ...., 30
Caulif.otoer, Firlv Paris. ..........., 1 60
Karl v Erfurt 2 6
CWery, Preer's M hite. Solid 49
" Turner's Incomparable I)warf,
Lettuce, Fj-.rly Curled..... .".......
" I jirly Cnbbiure........,
Jtnyal Cabbage .. ........
Melont, Netted Citron...............
" Jenny Llnd..
" Mount Sweet Water.......
Onion, Iirge Bed WethersCeld....,
" Yellow Strasbiirg.. ....
" Yellow Dnnvers .....
" White or Silver Skin
" Imported Seed. above Drice.
e 1 25
Eudiii, Iiong scarlet Short Top..... ' 15
" t Bed and White Turnip.. 15
- " " Frly-OIlye Shape......r; -15
fcilnafij, or Oyster Plant 25
&(uh, F'jirly Bush . . . 20
Tomato, Extra Fjrly ......... 50
" vok'8 F'avorite....... 50
" Tilden 50
Turnip, Fjirlv White Flat Dutch. . 10
" Purple Top, flat . W
" Caster's Imperial, Purple Top,
Kuta Baga 10
&W All the alove mailed at ounce prices.
pouiia.iu cis. aauiaouai, to prepay postage.
...:.:....-Ai. lo oo
Pennt, Early Dwarf War
" " . Mobawk.
" Giant Wax.....
n I-trgeLlma .
Peat, Dreer's Extra Early
" Tom Thum
" McLean's Little Oem...
" Champion of Kngland.
" Ku1ne .
u Black Eye Marrow fat.
Corn, Adam's Extra F'jirly..
" Large Sweet or Sugar..
. 14 00
.... 14 00
. 20 00
. 5 00
Stoweli s Kvergreen..
$f 15 cts. additional for each quart by mail
Potatoet, Early Bose....f( lb $l.T? peck f3 bus. $15.
(tiO 18 to the bushel.)
" Early Goodrich, Harrison, and other vari
eties at market price.
jnj"Fora full list of varieties see Dreer't Garden
Cilendar for l!Ki0. which contains descriptive lists of
Vegetables and Flower Seeds, New Varieties Plants,
Koies, Grape Vines, Small Frnrts, Books, Imple
& Mailed to all who enclose a postage stamp.
HENRY A. DRIER,
-A"reryinm and Seed Grower,
21-8 714 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
OF TIIE IMPORTANCE
Evergreen Wind Brakes
On our Western rrairies, even enterprising far
mer is fully aware. The following from the Garden
ers' Monthly is to the point :
"We are often astonished at the great difference
between shelter and exposure. In our own neigh
borhood, as we write, salvia, Splendes, Heliotrope,
Geraniums, Ac, are in full bloom lu gardens shel
tered by trees on the north west, while nota hundred
yardu front the one in our mind B eye, the same (low
ers are black, and have been for some weeks back ;
and in the middle of winter a place surrounded with
evergreen belts will be more like a spring scene than
one of winter."
All who have had experience also know bowmnch
greater the chances of success are with TSAXS
PLAXTKn XCRSERY GROWX EVERGSEEXS
than with Forest Evergreens, commonly designated
"Native." The latter usually tail : and must, In or
der to grow at all, have the closest attention and all
circumstances favorable; while those grown in a
seed bed, and OXCEor TWICE TRAXHPLAXTEV,
need no more care than any other tree. The old
aildace A'trrv Man to hi Traile" in no case was
ever more applicable than In GROWIXG EVER
GREEXS until thev are established.
Our prices are so low that no ITairie Farmer can
afford to get along with less than one hundred or
more. They will, in 5 to 8 years, make as etlectual a
wind brake as a stone wall,, and add hundreds ol
dollars to the selling value of any farm.
Norway Spruce, 8 to II Inches 9 8
12 to IS
15 to 18
6 to 12
10 to 15
Am. Arborvilae 6 to 12
European Ash, 2 to it $12 per 100
do Mountain Ash, to 10 in a per 100
do do do Ito3ftfl0perl00 40 per500
do Linden, 1 to 2 ft 10 per 100
do t-ira good timber tree. 3 years
strong 10 per 100
EClillJT.A.M, VK U. 1 UUL.tl- JsAliJfi,
the, best timber tree in the world, it being
imperuhibt. and nearly as rapid a
grower as the Soft Maple, eight to 12
inches.- - ..J1 per luo 21 per 1000
Same, 12 to 18 inches .. Cperlou 30 per 1000
TERMS STRICTLY CASH
As our low prices will not enable us to realize upon
On order of over $10 and under 25, halfthe express
charges will be prepared. On orders of ?5 and over
all express or freight charges prepaid, to any poiut
on ran roaa or river.
Stock warranted in good condition. Our stock Is
very fine, and we think we cannot be undersold.
Remittance may be made by postal order, draft
on rew i ork or Chicago, by mull : or U.S. and na
tional currency by express, prepaid. Currency If by
mail at senuer s ris tnougn generally sate.
root n pa fts.'teaxscexiix.-t AXD
HYXLOP CRAB, put up to order.
Circular containing many useful hints and a gen
eral assortment Price List sent ou receipt of stamp
Propositions for advertising from Western Agri
cultural papers sonciteo.
Address HARTvNKSM A ANDREWS,
20-4w Faribault, Minnesota.
20,000 :3?E4lCII trees
5 to 6 feet hlgh,.
4 to 5 feet high
Vtot feet high..-
..-100 per inno
. 60 per HMO
. 40 per louu
All the leading varieties in good assortment. Pack
ed and delivered at Kadroad station without
ZU.OUU Peach Trees in dormant bud. 850perl000
,UUU Dahlias. A fine collection, embracing
Know, Fancy and Tompono varieties; 30
cents each ; 3 per dozen, seat by mail,
postage paid ; f 15 per hundred by express
Small Norway Spruce.' and Other
ALSO GENERAL NtRSERT STOCK.
EARLY ROSE POTATOES,
1 perk; 2perta.
1 per 4 ds by Mall.
Landrelh's Garden Seeds.
BLACK WELL BROTHERS,
TUun-ille, Mercer Co., X. J.
I invite the attention of Dealers and Planters to
my large stock of
mostly two years old, having been root pruned and
planted out last Spring. They have made a very
I offer great Inducements to those wanting Tinea.
Likewise 1 hifVe on baud a good stock of Wilson
DAVIDSON'S THORNLESS, AJTD DOO
LITTLE BLACK CAP
&EXD TOR PRICE LIST.
A. 8. II ALI ,
Apple,' -Pimr, Plum. C herry, Erergrreen
. TREES, AND
1 .". -'A LARGE VARIETY.
ALo. Grape "Vines. Currants, Oorebprr!es, Sasp-
- barrieaanr Strawberrie,Choice I loses, creep
ers. Vines, Taiips, Limes, Peonies,
' JDielytra, etc.,
AT X.01T RATES.
Grounds 2d Block South of Court Hocse
SPKIINTO OTP 1809.
I desire to cnll the esnecial attention of my farmer
custoaters snd the public pe)erily, to my stok and
prices, especially- to the cjI ajlity of the stock now
ollered, and I would soiieit a continuance of your
natronsice and favors, to deserve which my best ef
forts will be directed. -vu...bmi-anii
KbmMn rone in ft cfrerui man
ner. All goo3s delivertl at the KxpressOilice.ItaU
rond or Steamboat Landing free of charze.
Plants and ecds by .Uuil. Ornpevines, straw
berries, Curranw, Raspberries SooseerTies, Aspar
agus, Vines and Ciinibers, Balding Plants, Btiibous
tj,--ii- r!rdpn. Fiower and Tree Seeds, will be sent
Ke rr,ai anvriisfAnce. se;urelv uac-ked In srutt.a-per-
cha silk, damp moss, c I send articles packed in
this way in periect 6atety to the most distant parts
Ot in JUlieu -luir-i.
-if urtiries sent out bvme are not as represen
ted, send them back at my expense and your money
shall be reiunueo.
Some of the leading articles will be furnished at
the following prices. , u
Catalogued and Seed Circular furnished or-appli
cation, , .
Concord Grapes, fl per doz.; i per hundred.
' Ive's Seelling, li.i per doz.; flO per hundred.
. Deiawure. two years old, i'ic each.
I'liniiwi i ner do7: 8ti ner hundreti.
My list of Lilies include the best of the Japan va
rieties, and our old native lavorites at low rates.
ri.!in.. AV Ktrnnl T.flv. The reient Improve
ments in the varieties of this splendid tlower
renners n. ouc oi mim m ...... r
- My slock etimprises over thirty varieties, vary-
' Ini in nricefrom 1UCU. toJl.SO per bulb.
Tirila.or3Iexican Lily. An appropriate com-
panion to me uoovc, u v j v.vt ,
cents each. '
AntarilliM, or "Jacobean Lily. Bare, 50 cents
Tube Iloae. A fine stock and cheap, 25 cents each.
Herbaceous, &c, &c.
' Chinese Peonies
Crimson. ... -
Herbaceous Spieraa........... ....
' Yrsca i'ilamentosa
, " . Alba
- - M Cerula
Ti eta ,
, . Aurea -
Sweet Scented Violet.......
" Vilscaria. ...
" Alba ....
Dianthus (variety) ....
Green-House &Bcddiusr Plants
A selection of the most desirable, which space
forbids to enumerate ; also, Plants for Vases, Lrns,
Baskets, etc., such as Myrtle, jiaim, ivy ueranium,
lew Plant, Saxifraga isannentosa, Moneywort, &c.,
Also, Hanging Baskets and Flower Pots, with or
without planu, always on hand.
Address J. COCHRANE,
Havana, Mason County, 111.
jBe particular to order early.
I A to
of all the hardiest kinds.
XVR&ERY STOCK OP ALL DESCBIPT10XS.
2U8t Address J. S SHERMAN, Roekford, IU.
A Wind Breaks, for Homes on the Prairie,
and Stock in inclement seasons.
Balaam, Spruce and Norway Pine, 6 to 10 inches
high.... - 10 per luw
Arbor Vitae, Hemlock & White Pine, 6
to lOinohea high..- per 1000
American Larch, 6 to 10 inches high 5 per 1(X
American Larch, 2 to 3 feet 30 per kmj
Assorted, various kinds s per lw)0
European Larch, 6 to 10 Inches A to 12 per 1000
WE ARE IMPORTING OUR
DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
Our Pmall Fruits are -from dm, clean, elav land.
In the Oreen Bar country. We find trees from that
section do much the best with us. We make ninety
per cent grow, and are good shape. Will be secured
by one of the firm, personally, when taken up. We
make i t.tnKjss a specialty.
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR
One-fourth cash to accompany the order : the
oaiiance c o. v.
BEFm:nitxcKs. President or Cashier of either of
the banks in this city: or. F. A. TLsdel er Charles
sniun, saiem, Neuraxica.
Aiiaretss uiiuw ax rAiiM-.n.
fcbi-4m Freejiort, Illinois.
Grape Vines, etc., for Spring of IS 89.
We offer for Snrlne nlanttnir a stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Ac, which for ex
tent, variety, vigor and beauty of growth has never
Full Particulars riven in the followiner Catalocrue3
just issued, sent prepaid on receipt of 10 cents each.
ior -Non. i, a o. 4 iree. jo. 1, Descriptive Cat
alogue of Fruits. No. 2. Ornamental Trees. Jfo. 3,
ureen uouse riams. .o. , w noicsaie
ELIAVANGER Jk BARRY,
ZLt. Hope Nurseries,
Rochester, If. V.
Grape Tines Tor Sale.
A few thousand Norton's Viralnla and Cm-
rrd Layers, raised la My Vineyard, from ripe.
-3100 per 1000.
-.$60 cr 1000.
Also, a few thousand two-year old Plants of these
12,000 Gallons Norton, Concord and Catawba Wines.
Kaecoutah P. U., bt. Clair County,
Fresa Garden. Xlower and Tree
Sds, and Small Fruits, Prepayed hy
Llall. A complete and judicious as
sortment, 2 sorts of either Seed.
$1.00. True) Cape Cod Cranberry with
directions for culture on nign or loi
land. Hew fragrant Everbloomini?
Japan lloaeyrackie, dtarmin nttr
Study Vine. 50 cents eaca. $5.00
per doz, prepaid. I.ew Harlj Hose
fotato, 75 cents per lb. 5 lbs. 3.00,
prepaio. xricea caiaiognes to any
address, also trade lists, gratis. Seeds
on commission. Areata Wanted.
B. ti. WATSON, Old Colony Ilur-
series and Seed Hstallisbnient, Piym-
enLo,Iass. Etal.Llslidl5ii'J. 20-2m
NEW SEEDLING POTATOES.
Three new kinds, of great excellence.
not to be found In any other eatakxroe; areenirraved
and fuliy described lo my nev seed ca;a!rcn.ie, tent
jrnO tnali. JAldXti J. H. URrA.OiC Y,
3i) l'Pi of Pl?t:n Oiret ti.-n f.-r I'! ir?ti
and pu'.tivatiriaf. It r tuirnivas weii iv t ..irket ka.
and marketing all Stiu l-rr's. w r'uen troni
vears experience, and e ves a:l the iiu'iniiati-jn o
Ihe larger and mcrecx-:!y works, so m to put new
lwftr on Mm foo'i'-!r wt n o:J fruit ero-vers.
NvHhave hundreds or t it -nonirt.s. o! wnio i tne
following from Rev. H. W. litli' is a sample:
"Your riirecuonr lor growing cj-anurma an
Pjvut-erries are tftp bt I h-ve ever seen.
tl'Hnwi. 11 rents. ; 1
Wholesale and retaa lists of our plants sent by
mail fre? on appiwattion.
PITRDY A HANCK,
Stmtn Bend, Ind.
COXCORD GRAPE TXV
Two Tear Old.
COXCORD GRAPE 11SES,
Thrt Yeart OVU
DELAWARE GRAPE VIXE3,
Two Yeart Old.
DELA VTA RE GRAPE TIXXS,
Thre Yntrt Old.
DIAXA GRAPE VLXES. .
Two Yean Old.
DIAXA GRAPE YIXES,
Three Yean Old.
" CREYEIIXG GRAPE YIXES,
Two Yean Old.
CREVELIXG GRAPE 1TXES,
m . , Three Year Old.
Two Year Old. '
Three Year Old.
Two vear old vines of the foTlowin-i kinds
irrown'out of doors, from bearing Tines and
verv healthy, with strons large roots, and
warranted to make strong growth If properly
HARTFORD PROLIFIC. IOXA. FXRAELLA,
XORTHERX MCSCA V IX E,
REBECCA, PERKIXS, ISABELLA,
CAT A WBA, JVES,
SLA CK FOX, DRA CCT: 1MB ER,
CLIXTOX, MAXY OP ROGERS' HYRRIP8,
r., tc, &e.
These vines are on land
which must be
cleared, and will be sold
For analltv of Vines heretofore sent from
thia Nursery, reier to toi. it. vv . i urn.
All the leading varieties of trees and plants
to be found in a well appointea ursery ai
ways on hand.
For list of very low prices, aa jress
E. WARE SYLVESTER,
Lyon, Xexo York.
Western Trees for Veslern
The largest stock of one veer old Apple
Trees west of tbe Mississippi. We cultivate
those varieties suited toour western climate.
Our trees, though only 1 rear old. are verv
large and strontr.(Sto frethisrh), tbe very
ocst size ior siuppinr long cristftnees. ana
transplanted with more ease and safety than
larger trees. .
Two years old.
ALSO, VINES, PLANTS, Ac, Ac
SEXI FOR CATALOGUE.
STARK, BARNETT, A CO., .
OEEEEY HILL NURSERIES.
Established in 1854.
11 DEALERS AND PLANTERS,
will find at these Nurseries a complete collection of
In every department.
Standard Fruit Trees,
Dwarf Fruit Trees,
Small Fruits, .
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Vines, &c.
Evergreens, In great variety,
Roses, a flue collection,
Seedlings, for nurserymen.
Rare Plants, recently im
ported. Rhubarb & Asparagus,
an immense stock.
NEW WHOLESALE CATALOGUE
Hoopea, Bro. Sc Thomas,
WEST CHESTER, Penn.
and most Productive,
r and most
ort Tn ru f riAlfiln,,.
v. v. ... ..j . wiiiiiviua.
and everyway the best
I Blackberry Kaimii I
The above is amply borne ont
by the testimony or all who have
pven it a fair trial ail over the
A-TXBAU" of recent introduction that comes
up to the recommenaationa ot its friends.
PLANTS OF THIS AND OTHER KINDS.
Best Strawberries & Raspberries,
and otber Seed Potatoes,
delivered at yonr nearest Post Office as cheap as If
you caiiea at uie nursery in person, ana
PRICE LIST GRATIS.
Montr lair, Xew Jertey.
The only Hardy, Productive and Satis
factory rinm la tbe Aorthwest.
Tiis extremely hardy and valnnh! Plnm b't a.
fiance to Curculio.cold winters and other iinliea.irhr
Cliler Points of Value :
L It is perfectly hardv.
2. It is not liable to injure from late Spring frosts.
2. It rows rapidly whiie young.
4. It is free from every diaeaute.
6. It fruits very early.
. It bears a crsp eyery year.
7. The fruit keen well ami will He tnn.iMiM..
The fruit h of excellent flavor.
S. Tbe 1 aiiies preS r it fur DreRervinsr.
l'K It is never injured by the Curcuiio.
1L The fruit rii-eria alxut the last of Bertmber.
when there is no other plum to be had.
Fine well rmwn trees, Ave feet hlsh and np-wani.
each (1 ; per doz. (iu; per hundreU. i.'X
TOE BEST I'LL, IIA-E, IF IT
1 COSTS A FARM I! Early Rfe Potato.
American and Foreit-n Hprln Wl-euta, OiW, T'r!ev
Corn, Cloverseed. tirass reeii-, Jiocs, h o it ti
Fodder Cutter, tf nd for Ui "iiiMii LaiWtUtl Faia
I Journal," only 20 cent. A'i ireus
17-i-JS Uiy. A. vs I L, Chambersbars. Pa.
GIIAPI- VINES t
o r. a p if
CF ALL VAl:iI
1,C00,GC3 CRAPS TINS CUTTING 3
Alao a Urre stock of
Cariant l'lanla ana Cutting,
FOR SALE CIIEAF,
Pend Rtami for Price List and Essays on Grape
GRAPE VINES FOR SALE.
Plants of Best Quality ! I
All the Leading Varieties, such as
coxcout), cjjyrro?!, detawauk habt
yohd rKoi.iFic, ivks, Noirrox'd
VUtOiNIA, AC -
and many kett and rare varieties.
AUGIIURTCK, CYNTHIA A, DI
ANA, HAMBURG, MILES,
MOTTLED, MARTHA, ROGER'S
Strawberries, Raspberries Blackberries,
of the best Market Varieties;
AND SEED POTATOES,
Ea.rlj Goodrich. Harrison and
All the above of our own rrowlng;
genuine and of BEST QUALITY.
I3EDOR BUSH A SON,
Price Hat Gratia,
ONE POUND WILL YIELD
3,000 POUNDS m ONE SEASOU,
BY PLANTING TIIE GENUINE
Early Hoso Potato !
BUY TIIE GENUINE FROM
GEO. A. D CITZ,
(Tbe Great Seed Wheat Farmer.)
1 Pound Early Rosa sent by MalL DwtDiiid. for l 00
4 Pounds of iarly Koae, by Mail, ixxupaid, for... 3 on
1 Peck Early Ko.se, delivered at Chambersburs w
i nt:K rMiy tiosf, oy iiau. iistpaia
4 Pounds ot Surpri.se Oats, by Muii, rxwttpaiil....
4 Pounds Ts'ew Brunsw'iciJ Oats, by iiail lor
4 Pounds Swedish Oiiw, sent by Mail lor...
4 Pounds Norway Oatii jwnt by Mail for
4 Pounds Sprin? Barley, seut'by Mail for
4 Pounds e!lo Mammoth Corn, by Mail for.
4 Pounds Yellow touni Seed Corn, by Mil for
4 Pounds b-st three vnrietiof svi wit Corn....
4 Pounds China Tea SprinitWheHt bv Mall. for
4 Pounds Black SeaSprinir Wlitt by Mail, for.
4 Pounds Canada ClubSirinir Wheat by Mail
4 Pounds Hedgerow sprini? Wheat by Mail, for
4 Pounds KioUratidesprln? Wheat br Mail, for 1 00
4 Pounds sootch 'iie sprinst Wheat by Mail for 1 00
4 PoundsMammoth Bearded Sprine "heut, for 1 Ot)
4 Pounds Smooth-headed Spring 'wheat for 1 Ou
4 Pounds White Hominy Corn lor .. 1 no
4 Pounds of Harrison Potatoes, bv Mail for 1 )
4 Pounds Karly Goodrich Potatoes, by Mail lor, 1 00
4 Pounds White Peach Blow Potatoes, by Mail, 1 w
4 Pounds of Blue ( irn-ss Seed for.
4 Pounds of Italian Grass Seed for..
4 Poumls of Orchard Grass Seed lor..
4 Pounds ot Herd Grass Seed lor.
.Found or Alsilte or sweedish Clover Seed for l no
2 Pounds ol Cow Grass or tall Clover Seed 16r. 1 00
4 Pounds of rod Clover Seed for.: t on
1 Pound of lyptian seven-headed Wheat 1 oo
Best fodder Cutter, at CSainbersbur.... li oo
1 Pair of Chester White Hogs, not akin, deliv-
Trid ol Brali ma Pootru i owls,deU vered at Cliaiu-
bersliurff, boxed 7 no
ir-Subscnbf! for the EXPERIMENTAL PA KM
JOLItN AL. Only fUV) per year.
The money, in all cases, to accompany the or
iTAU orders filled promptly by GEO. A. EEITZ.
Proprietor of the Great Seed Wheat Experimental
Farm, Cb amber?; bu re. Pa.
i'armcrs can rely that all Seed, Stock and Fowls
sent out by Mr. Geo. A. neiiz, are true to name and
pure ol the Kind. 17-IC
If yon wish to plant this coming spring, send In
your orders early, and save
Tit EE PEDLEIl'S MARGIN.
A fine stock of two year old
AFrLE, TEAR, PLUM AND CHERRY.
Also Shade Trees, Evergreens, Ornamental Shrnbs
and a general Nursery Stock
CONSTANTLY ON IIANDf
AT THE PROSPECT HILL NURSERIES,
Geneeeo, Illinois, '
J. & E. RICHMOND, Proprietor.
3 Correspondence solicited.
rilth ITear. 200 Acres.
GREAT VESTERH NURSERIES.
LYONS, CLIXTOX CO IOWA.
Frnit Iz. Ornamental Trees,
Grapo Vines, Sec,
FOR SPRIXO 1869.
e orrtr for next sprlne; plantinjr, a fine assort
ment of nursery stock, all prown on open prairie
soil, and guaranteed to be fuliy an good as repre-
For full particulars, send for our Catalogue,
Apple seeds, warranted freeh, ,13,00 per bushel.
Osage seeds, " 13,00 " "
Fine Osage Plants, 3,00 per 1,000.
Dr. tiio. n. Einns & co.
F!r4 Preminra awarded by U
I-ake Shore Grape Growers Aaaoebatlea
ft "the Best Six clusters of Fruit, Quality to Rala"
navlnThl-f.y Arri of the SAIL EM In Tiuevar1.
we eonjii.ier it iiir hanhnwwi. eari;new abumlitot
p-onrixi in bmrini;. freedom frim tl -fL-e. bauir ol
duller, and 1 un fureurj iiuiiiv of fru.L. tiw best
id mut prot.tjuj out-dinr Urai ia Amend.
We OfTV-r virnriRW vlr.M. tmwn from lh nriinal
stock of iSt. h. a. lUjvi-t. as liiiiows:
F-wch. pvr vt. P-r KV rrMU
J-yeareld 41, p s.iu c
l-yjat oU.U.. ,. li t.ji Xv, a)
T. L. TTAItRr1.. a,:n on Fe.
FrtlMXl P. U.. CliauLouiia t a.. .'. T.
4. tr: 10 EJJie, and uis.
Apples P-r, ("!,erTie.
VTt want a sr'vni reV.fc! man. w ha i.
W,nini-i..;-fil, to ai-ta '
la sc:jr .-., Kan -.'-j, X
a. -aw. '
OLD CASTLE ljURSERlEsi
. GENEVA, ONTARIO CO., X
Tavitd tie attention of ;
Dealers and Planter ,
to ttirtr extSTslve and reliable aworiaj'
iVnft Trees' Standard and-Dwarf;
Ornamental Tree and Shrb-lWw
oifi Evergr-errr -"J-
Sasall FrnliSr-CrmpeTinea-All vv;
It. one i.rrca Ileus aai IJeddw
IMn.la. l!)1.. - -S4.J
. fcl , KX. V
ther for their own planting or to soli ajca'n S
quested to jive us a call or writ for
enclosing stamps for catalogues at Ibliows:
Iesrrirtfve Catalosme of Fruits three r4,,
Descriptive Catalogue of Or-amtais-brt rtj;
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C. SIAXWELL A: BROS,
Geneva, outario, Co., S. Y.
GOMM'CIAL- NURSERIES. :
ej:ie, ekie co penn.
I. A. Plattman Iz Spm: I
1,000,000 Aalivc Crape TIaei i
For sale, of tbe best leadinr kinds. niri'J
true to nsme. as rot ns can he found in t:ie Cmw '
ktnfM n nn a . . .1 I u. v ... ..1,1 w . . .
States, of one and
two T-f-T old.
mail at I V rales.
Per loo pWIB
l.oon om concorti, 1-year, 1 $..no
Concord, i-y ear. No. 1. strong 7 iu
IO.OijO Hartford Prolific, 1-yea.-. .N o. 1 ft go
llarti'urd Proline. 3-vear. No. 1...10.U
10,i) elaware. 1-year, No. l...li).'ju
'JO.uiiO Diana, 1-year, No. 1 t m
2ii,ii Ive's Seellin?. l-ear, No. 1 .ti
lujw jona, i-year, .m. i. m.i
3.i Israella tn ia
C0.UUO Isabella, Catawba and Clinton,
ana .vyear, sirona 5 no is
Also a lartre lot of i-ynr oi3s. of ail ihh...
kinds, tocether with a lanre lot nf AAimrc.ir
;rrveZinK, Allen's Jlyhrid, iiotrer's Hybrid,, I'mo,
uiiiste, iteoecca, biein, .urtons virziiua. ud
5iio.i) Strawberry riants strong, of all thebwtwa.
.hi.i itaspoerri ana ii:ic:tierries,
lo.m) Currants iti. j ( ixsbernes.
20100 Fine 2-year old Appie Trees. bet UadUf
kinds, at f !i per fi-jw per lM. .
10.nm Dwarf Peun., 1-year, fji per lui.
5.O1O Stand Pear, l-venr, at fSi jer l'l.
10,u) Cherry Trewt,' 1-year old, at fjj per 1.000.
ALSO PEA CH TRKTX, ?inf TRr.KS. aPRl-
COTa AlwlTLNCli BL'slitA.
Together with a large stock of
Apple Seedlings; Pare, riumnnd Cherry Kel!!oci,.
Apple seed and Pear Seeds prime: (rap.
Cuttings, With Appie oraits, furaisbed
Parties orderlnr of us. can rely on havinrthef
orders tilled promptiy.and receiving iiruclavxturi
in all respects, tdoroiiehly pai-kel so it willarr't
in eood order. We cieiUe ourselves U nirniss a
jcood stock fur theirae as can be b'm;ht from c
reliable estubiiishmeiit in the Cnited duties.
TER.lfS Cah with orffer. or one-tblrdcanh tut
balance on delivery, or t'. t. U.
Those ordering will please cive nlnce. CouatvaoJ
State In full. Trade list sent on apUcaUun.
I. A. rLATTMA PPRAr.CT.
U-flra Frte. Fji ' .Proa.
u. o'ursri:, soir cos
CATALOGUE of SEEDS,
AXD GUIDE TO THE
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE.
PublLshed In January.) Kvery lover of tlrmtt
wishing this new work, fr of eliare. uliould d
dress inimedlateiv M. O K tKE. Ni)N A CO.. ti
wanger 4 Barry's Block, PuK-iiester. N. T.
AN OLD ESTABLISHMENT WITH A
Every Pen can Procure Trees asi Plt
AI T'lioIra'e Prices.
by ordering through our Cub Department.
For prices and other information, address ,
vr. f. HEIKE.V
Benton County ITnrseriei.
H:stulliMlied In 1850.
Fruit Trees of all Kinds.
ADAPTED TO OURTKTIO CXI MATH.
SMALL FRUITS, EVERGREEN
of all sizes ;
HARDY 6IIRUES, HEDGE PLANTS, '
In large or small quantities, at
Shipments mads at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Addresn, for prices,
JOS. L. ECDD 4k CO
HhelLiburir. Tientna Co. Io
WJI. IE LYMAN'S
lUnstratcd Floral Guii
CATALOGUE OF SEEIXS AND PLANTS.
Is now published, ront
itainin? desrr'pllons of
, er P-eis and p.anis. M ?
. . . V. . ... I . - .1
i.bu varieties or tlower
rf, . Illll,...tl HILII 1'KJIIl lil'Ill Til .
eiiermvin-s and two bouutiful colored pianos aa
wuica wu oe, lue ceieunaea
"Jin. POLLOCK" CeranIoaJ
colored frorn nature. In it will be round des rt
arranirina lii Slower unrden: tntt'tl.er Willi 'u '
rections It Niwiiiit .erd. Transplanting. c. t1
work will beM-nti.-fwK; ail m v (.incomer. .
all iif '!',r. 1-11 .u.. r t .,f iun m.,;.. m 1, u.:, m, DcM
in actual Ct iu
1 am a4.Hi lutrodiMunv ta lh Public ml new 1
LYJIAT MA3IJJOTII CLrSTE
Ir. n. V.Wv. sets: "Kverr
yy should !
Tb Tomato is a cru le'-eii
vanely aud ttt Iw.e.- Pem-ted. retail
.roiMiinncta ami antniiiy of t ie Laiter. en
clusters; ear Ii .ft Iwirnir inmi mtol'1
niatimi no 11. It irwi; savxa aud
round, aoout t!e i of a iii.il;!i ai.-:n:
ruy pinac.and tir. ,!; aoixl. tka but
1 1 . i ..... . . . -. .
r eM.-iit r. "' " i,
v"rv tt.ua flv","
pv.n Timtv'' :l,4ri.i
Uivs b i re tiie t--' y
tn: 111 11 ir rmiMn; ' t
eai unrv 11 1 ici ,. i.i a. r
" l ikIimiIjI J v lli Im uMiXke; Vaxwrty ut V"
lliMwir was rh' ,'nt-l fr"m r-d In
i nv-eiM-d it mm 1 VJL a bc.ure 10
PF.ICE IN SEALED PACKETS, 3.l-1-
For Il!utrsi1 r'n-.i".' f, coiila
recoouaieu ;-i--.ii, ac.
H II. LTIA5
Importer of Ped. Pu-ba, aad
f:. i Tni- v o'ii
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