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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1869)
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6 tiniUsral: fpurimcnf.
n. w. fuKUas, editor,
to wUrns ui . Communications on Agriculture
aaould' be addressed. "
' T tichirpe the Orswih of Thnb.r
and rmlt Tretii
Section 1. 7? if enacted by the leg
Ulciiurc cf the Stale of XibraeLa, That
.there shall be exempt from taxation,
of the real property of each tax-paj er
who shall, -w ithin the State of Nebras
ka, plant and suitably cultivate one or
more acres of forest trees for timber,
tbeum of one hundred dollar, an
nually, for flive years, for each acre so
, planted and cultivated: Provided,
that the tree on eaid land shall not
exceed twelve1 feet apart, and Khali be
kept in a healthy and growing condi-
. tion. .
Sec. 2. That there shall be exempt
. from taxation of the real property of
each tax-payer who shall, within the
ftate, plant and suitably cultivate one
or more acresof fruit trees, the sum of
fifty dollars annual jy, lor m e yean?,
for each acre so planted and cultiva
ted : Provided, The trees on K&id b"d
ehall not exceed thirty-three feet
apart, and shall be kept in a healthy
Sec. 3. Persons claiming the benefit
of such exemption shall at the time of
making the annual assessment, upon
hjwing to the satisfaction of the as
sessor of the precinct in which he re
sides, that he has complied with the
provisions of sections lor 2 of this act,
be entitled to have deducted from the
valuation cf his real property, by said
assessor, the amount as herein before
'provided; and it is hereby made the
I duty of .said assessor to make return to
the board of county commissioners of
his county, the name of each person
. ckuming exemption, the quantity of
lands planted to timber or fruit trees,
and the amount deducted from the
valuation of his property.
ec. i. If any person claiming ex
emption under the provisions of this
act, shall feel himself aggrieved by the
decision of the assessor in the rejection
of his claim, then the said owner or
applicant may apply to the Board of
Commissioners of his county, at their
meeting in April, to have the same
Corrected In the same manner as In
other erroneous assessments.
Sec 5. That persons without real
estate and living on homesteads under
the act of Congress, shall be allowed
for each acre of timlw?r, under this act,
fifty dollars exempt from taxation, an
nually, for five years.
Sec. G. This act to take effect and
le in force from and after its passage.
The peach is known by the best cul
tivators as requiring great care in cul
tivation. Few things that grow out of
-earth will pay bo well for the care be
Vtowed. And, without care, the each
is a failure. This, we may say, ac
counts to a great extent, for the dis
couragements which attend to the cul
ture of this most delicious of fruits.
It is tender, and therefore requires
care; it- nuist have it, or it will fail.
Jot only the amount of the crop, but
equally the quality, will fail without
care. Let no one attempt peach cul
: tare; unless he Intends to bestow the
.necessary, time upon it. The grass
'must not' only be kept out, but the
ground must be mellow, and mellow
throughout, but especially at the top.
. Fruit growers In the East grow corn
and other crops, which require the
stirring of the ground until the orch
ard bears. Then the trees are culti
vated as one would corn. The ground
Is kept well stirred; no grass nor
weeds are permitted. This, aside from
the effect of the climate, is the prin
. Coulix't Fool Him. 1 knew a
nice old farmer who never had a paper
In his house till he was fifty years of
age. Ills father left him two hundred
acres of choice land which he worked
as well as he knew how, and made a
comfortable living. One spring the
postmaster told him that if he would
subscribe for an agriultural paper, read
it carefully, and work according to in
structions, that he would warrant him
to clear a thousand dollars that year.
On these conditions he paid for the
paper, read it, worked 'faithfully, and
at the. end of the year he figured up
carciuiiy ana louna mat ne nau ciearca
"S'OM. He sued the rascally iostmaster
for the other forty, but by some dodge
of the law the villain cheated him out
of it. Ever since then the old gent
has been down on postmasters and
newspapers. Rural Xcw Yorker. ...
A correspondent of the American
Institute Farmer's Club gives the fol
lowing explanation of the iuuncs of
Timothy and "Kurd's" grass : He says
it was called foxtail in England, and
was brought from England to Rhode
Island by Timothy Hurd. The Qua
kers called it Timothp grass, and oth
ers Hurd's grass.
YOU WANT MARTHA ! Every
JL trrnpe grower wants It M the best, xnot
valuable and reliable
WHITE WINE & TABLE GRAPE
yet Introduced to the American people. In every
way Hi perfectly hardy, healthy, produrtivesnd vig
orous in growth ft the Concord, from which it is a
eediiiK. It l. however, far more refined and deli
cnle In flavor, and ripens ten (Lay earlier. It is
eweet, rich, and sprightly, and entirely devoid of
the coarseness and aridity that is found in the (Vm
cofd ; and deserving of a higher place amone white
grape than the Concord hold among black one.
Also. Weehawken, Kalem, Delaware, Iona, Concord.
Hartford Proline, Ires" kmIIhuj, Crevelinij, liiana,
and fifty oi her varieties eftbe most valuable native
Orap; also Blackberries, Raspberries, Currants,
.iitraw berries, Gooseberries, Illieubarb, etc, etc
N"iid Mjunpa for Illustrated iJescripuve Cata
logue of OraiH and Smll pniils to
GiXt. W. CAMPBELL
3-6W Delaware. Ohio.
Plant Choice Fruits.
MOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER.
ll I will Bend fine HALEM GRAPES by
mall for Jl each. Roc-era i, is, 19. at .Vic wi ll. Kit
, tntinny and Wilson 'a Early Blackberries at fl per
rtiren, by mail. Clark Raspberry, fiso por tlox.
Philadelphia do, (Z.H per dozen, all by mall.
1 will deliver the following at Express ottiee, pro)
erlr packed, at the following prioes: tvmcord JraH"s
tt and rlti per hundred, lx-laware, I mum, t ravel
ing and Ive's t-edlinc, l.s per hundred balem
4rnpes at ?75, and Wo jer hundred. Roper 4, 1",
and IV at f JO per hundred. Fine Hoses at fiM per
dozen. Marshal Keil Rose (by mat 1 ) TV ench.
Address JOlfN CllAHI.TO.v.
-ty ltocbeter, X. Y.
Early Field Corn,
Tbe Corn for Ihc Million.
I INTRODUCE to the Corn Growers
of Americana new variety of Field Com,
frown aome three r bv Jowph P. Blod, two
mUea north of Henry, MnrshaM Oounfv, Illinois,
marked to hlra from the Palrnt Ofiie "liirly Kleld
Corn." The habita of this new variety are as fol
lows: First, it matures at leaM two wekj earlier
titan our ordinary varketiea. There will aa maar
' btaika prow in a hill, consennentlv It will prodneW
at least SS per cent more to the arfe. This fn.U In-c-rww
jht acre yearly In the Crop, will Inn-MAMe
tbe real wealth of our nation to the amount of Mil
, This variety Is brirht yellow, irenernlly 1 rowed,
tbe cob usually covered closelv M. hot h ands with
1 kernels; the eun break verr nidily from Ui ft-ra ;
tit husk ia ytvrr hubt and Lfcv, makiuit It verr
y on the hands In hueklng. Sir. liiood na-s that
, he can husk at leant 2" pr -ent. more bushels per
day than of the old varieties, Mr. Blood lart fail
bunked, shelled and aold soma 6u0 bushels of this
variety alonir v1ih his old rrop of tvrru The rruln
merchants a-re unable todlHiiuinitnh the nea- from
theold. Hlsoid varieties, owint: to the nnCavorable
U, was not fit to shell or aellat alL
This variety can be planted with safety from the
1st to the Hth of June. In one hundred dy from
planting It will be completely out of the way of the
early frosts that we soiuet 1 me have In this latitude
from the UKh tothetSithof S'l-U-mbtT. This variety
Is aa earlv as our little eu'ht rowed York Mate or
Yankw rlint Ctrn. TheBX.x-K la raLher short, hut
very thick round, with peiMTsIlya very larre ear.
Wr. Blo-yd s-s he dire not tvll the plain tnith abont
this new varietv of Corn tir fear that his statement
will beset down as a "rich story," or us a hntftms.
1 have boinrht Mr. Blood s entire lot of rH;i of
this new and valuah'.e variety of Corn, and am pre
pared to oiler It to the CnJiX iliO WKHS f A MKR
Jf'A at the following rates: ler bushel .V, t-f:
ODe-)ialf bushel, fi.it; one-fourth bushel, fcioi. J!y
mail, pootu'e puid, 4 t f 1.11. Kingle ki Sucta. 'oei
tra clianre fur xix or tutcka,
(x-nt by express or freiirht as the purchaser may
direct, the niouey in all caea to accompany the or
ALEX. II. GASTOX,
Henry, MartKatl Cbsrtty HI.
X. B. Persons wlnhlnir fiTA RK A rrLK SC7T)XS.
must H'tid in their orders lmmelintel v. lis mv stock
Is simottt exh.ant-d. The EAULY f 'JKLlt yi'.V
viii le fur tl.e Kricultnral lnlerest of our hat urn
T'at the Hltirlc A, i'1 I" lor the hortwultural int-r---u
i lie best that t lu re ia, the puroliuMT of eitiier
tu; Is Wie lack j may. Z-i -M
3 O O , O O O-
J i O OiO o o .
Evergreens only $10 to $20 perlOO
Cuxkis oxi.y 8$ v'KR Hundred;
The Concord is tkS Ureal Clraf for the Ja
lion, and ire jruf the Price at only
W to $. 1,JU0
"PEVERY AVISTERN FARMER
Bhould have 1,000 Evergrwns, and 100
OrapC Vines, anl these he can hare KBEE,
Improve aiid fteautiff yotir FBrnii and homes.
FREE! FREE I FREE I FREE
Who ould be witLoot them, when they can W
had so cheap ? Now b the tiina for Qo-ahenri Farm
ers to supply their neighbors at low rates, and them
selves Eli EE. " '
Improve and beautify your Farms, yotif Homes,
and your neighborhood. Eastern Tree dealers trur
el through your State, and charge you as much for
one Dozcf Vhses as we cliarge you for 1m Yinea.
Xow, what is the use of paying such enormous
prices, when yon can get a bettor article at the west
for one-quarter the prece ?
Til IS K OF THESE Tiny OS.
3 0 0.000
Add to the r&lue of roar Land, and to the comfort
and plea-sure of your Fatally and . 7
Home! Home! 'Home!
People will appreciate the reduction flwro the e.v
travazant prices usually charged for
Evergreens and Grapa Vines !
L.IVE MKX will learn all particulars, ly- sandlnfr
or VJBCVLAB and PB1CB LTS. j
E VER GREENS
CHEIIP! CIIEAPJ CIIE.VP!
We are prepared to furn Ixh the people of the North
Wet with Native Evergreens at exceedingly low
pricf. by the thousand so cheap that all can afford
tr-hase. They Increase In value rapidly, and ai
ornamental trews, are surpassed by none. We cab
show yon trees near iuc city 01 Uhixm, rK w
varieties, plantol Ave or six years ago, that arenotr
at from JS.1 to g3 eaclu !
I-arties 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 proa-
ly cared for. Every owner of real estate should
have from Ifm to 10,000 of them. They are needed
all over the Northwest for
Hedges, Windbreaks and Ornament.
CHEPr! CHEAP I CHEAP ! :
Our Vines are grown on the open prairie, conse
quently are hardy, acclimated, and adapted to Wes
tern Soil and Climate.
At the above price we warrant Good Stock, de
livered in good condition at the Express oftice la
Chicago, Free of Chargw for boxing, packing ani
Hend Mump for Circular giving full particulars. !
D. F. HOLMAN 6 CO.,
115 Sladlson rt., Kmih 1, Chicaco.
A BEAUTIFUL SEWING MACHINE
A NOVEL IDEA! t
We Help Thotc Who HelpU$
Ladles, attention t
t . Ministers, attention i
V. 8ewlng Societies, attention t
t3. Ch n rch Societies, attention! '
tiOood Templars, attention!
aB. Odd Fellows and Masons, attention ! ' '
t Grand Army of the Republic, attention t
A 1 1 Good Men and Women, attention!
A $GO Grorcr & Baker Seirin?
We want two or three Ladles or Gentlemen In
every town or village In the Htate, to help m carry
forward a very laudable undvrtaktnc. We want
every Cliurch No1y to give thir Minister's wife a
hemitlftii M'achiue,- and at the name time
t)ne sood hvr man or womati In a Pitt con jrreeatioa
can do the business in one day. We want all Sociw
ti to present some worthy sister with a Hewinr
Machine. ' You ail tnowof aome kind-heaned, hard
wotkinir. good Chrhttian woman in your neighbor
hood, who Is tolhnir with her needie, tiring to sui
port herself and liiileones. The most of xi know a
minh'UT's wife In oircnmmun!(r, 1 has a famllr
it care for, and who. b tner unable to hire her w,rfe
done. Is wearlnp out her life In monotonous labor,
trying to keep uther and children In paamtble cun
dititm. pw, do yon want to send a perpetual sunbeam
riht into the homeof tlienefamLimT Jjovou want
to set that roomer's heart in a flutter of jov? Ix
you wai-.t to he I -.--d every dav that thai musical
m.-ltie ninsT if sin-nd at onre forClrctilar pir
itiu full particulars, nnihen propose the Krrtjt Kt
thehrst mettinir of your Uocietv, or go towrkat
oi-e on your ow n account. This Is no cheat, cioh
rwnnyor binning arranemeht., bat is btma fitir aad
honr-bri8Ht." arid w -i confer a favor on ml con
cerned. Lai,.-s can al :!nd to it InsomecavbeihT
than (tcfiUeiot'O. isend stamp at once for particu
D. F. nOLMAN & fX).,-
2H0 Jl Madron fiu. Room 1, Chicago,
rer IVr Ffr Per Pet
Each. I. 3S. m. zs K4,
!Co.-o!iertf4 3 fia lis $2
No. Z co , . 4j as i, j
No. I da 9 M 1W 331 i"t
Two yeArs bSst.iT:.. 17 1(9 ZJP 9JJ sue
zt Ljlegx q tjLsiittts Af jttca BEtVttif
Saccharine Testa for Xtlne.
At the ?Tal!rhal Wcchaflri tOil fftr ttlne, at
namiooDdfport, N. Y-,Oct.2!ah, IVW, the Cbfiicoa
sUiod in saot harine matter 91 iTalrr VIma 101
Ixlmetirt 101 This test was made with 17 ounces of
tite Walter, somewhat frozen, to H ounces of each of
the other vartetiea. .
xt inornlmt theHaperintendent, Clerk, and one
of the inns-tor oruie I'leaaaiit valley wine Unt
(the iirtiY who conduct eo ttie ta the day bePirs
to satlffT thctise'lves Of tbti merits of the Walter"
by an equal trial, tested 17 ounce of lona from the
aame lot tluU were used the day before, and the
smi-barometer stood at 91 the Walter beating It a. i
Had 17 ooikv of the l'l aware and Catawba beeit
prused equally hartl with' tb Walter, tbir skins
and centre Heine ac"idj thH l1awr w or 11 have
stood lower au3 the Catan'Ch proportioHably below
uie iwiuware. ah otuer vanettes rangea muca
lower than those enumerated above. I
There had been constant rains and damp wfatber
nine 8ortTBere-.tB-.rurrjr-rew ircnapn
ors irrualug tit lInioTilsxrrJurfl 1ou! in' lK-s,
where there bad been bat tittle rain duruie'the sea
sondry Roll and weather being necessary for the
periect sweetening oi grapes.
A committed of the Amerifan Instltote Farmer's
Club, In a retport of Kept. 22, istx, printed In the
?ew York w-mi- vreeKiy Triouneor tsept. xtii,aner
leaKlnt; m tne Qiuiities oi oe hcwst, say: -v
conclude the flalfr 1il bff.a valuaijle grape In the
grnpe r-g1onsf tbe nprT MsisMjpl.on the shore
of Lake Erie, in westrtn ew ork. on the slate
soils of western Pennsylvania, and w berever else
native pmjx-s are succuKfully grof m"
Lrttet from Charle Woollcy, one of the (Mat vine-
VrBTABD I'OUfT, Ulster Co., N.
. , . . . Xayia.iata.
Vruri. Frrrii t tbtiHlH.
Vxa Piiw: Yours nf te 18ti I am in receipt of,
in which von ask it I have anyobjecUons to sending
vou. for publication, tbe racts I am acquainiea wtut.
In n.iuti..n to the character of tbe Waiter Orave. 1
have never indorsed the character or usefulness of
vines, or other articies oi any uow-npuon.ana wouiq
not at tor present stage cf life were it not for two
reasons which seem suflicicnt. First, I know the
Waiter Isroi will meet the prejudices widespread
th rouehoo. 1 1 he cot. ut ry . caused by the wort h 1 ensneM
in moat localities of many of iu predecesHors. reo
ond, boca-ixe I can say from personal observation
that the Walter Is the best variety I have had an
knowledge of. and I think l nave cultivated neari.y
all that have been recommended, discarding them
all and falline back upon the Concord and Hartford
Prolific as vinrvsrd varieties. I am interested In
knowing that the fruit of the Waitrr grows larger
eacn year as ine vine arrows oioer, wing lasi. j ea
full v one-third lanrer than it w-as two years aso. 1
-crpws well : sets fruit well. I have seen It ripe sev4
eral times before Hurt ford. Huff I have never seen
any mLdew on i: rruit or on its large ana tnicK, out
ttflsware shaoed foliatre. The flavor of the frnit I
think rttrsrior to any other variety. Yrm say In
vour clrcii ar It Is a seedllne or the rmlaware and
Yh.ina; 1 think thecbarar-irr of each of these varie
ties Is quite aisunjmnunriie rt ine i aT, jjanicn
larlv that of the lMawsre, I alsd thihtt it woold
make a winf of hlph character. 1 hare visited it
annually since It flfst bore, sis yeafs airo. three timei
In Cteter Co., !f. in a low valley, where the Isa
bella seldom ripens, and earn time it was fully ripe
in Autrust. I have seen it earn or me tnreepast s
aons in l"ooL-hUeensie. rlpenlnr at tbe same time.
excepting last year, when the constant rains pre-
venu-a atl vanoues irom maronng at in fir nsuai
time, but it perfected Its fruit by tbe middle of Mep
tember. Tbe raisins of the lust mentioned crop I
have seen and eaten, wliidi were good.- From -its
succedine in tbe low vsller and tenaoions clay n
Modena. and also in the dry slater position In
PouKhkeepsie. 1 think it will be well adapted to the
varied sections of our country. You may make
whatever use of these-oplnlon ym deem proper,
yours truly,. . , CilAULEJt WOjOLEY,
1 FEHRIS & CAYWOOD,
21-y Poughkeepsle, N. Y.
, riLLiAGc kurscrii:s.
' - - moirrsTOwxi new jeksey.
1'eacb Trees and Small Frails
100,000! Agriculturbd and Wilson Strawberry, at
I per lflooi per lO.uoa. .
10.0UO Wilson's Early Utack berry, at $3 per 100;
7.'i ner 1.11.
Peaca Trees IM size, 1U KM; pne per IJXX) ; 2nd size;
p per iuu, si per ijiu - i
VUsons Early blackberry, Root OitUngs, fl per id
5 per I.ojo: ner lO.nui.
Kittatlnny, "i cts. per 100; fl per 1,U; f per 10,000.
ALSO A LARGE AHSOBTMENT OF
Raspberry, Dlackberr y,SlxaiT-
uerry and oilier I'lanU,
! AT LOW BATES, ' ' " ' . '' i j
Having made the Turnery bnsIneOT the sole occu
pation of my Ine, and procured my Stock only from
reliable aourceas. those who mar favor me with
their orders may dejx-nd on getting what they ordef
true to narfeedtuitjnlii-?a every respt.
Trees and plants "packed V Carry In good order
any aisiance, ana aenvrrea to icaiiroau Depot rree of
charge, aftex which they are at purchaser's risk, i
t'hh, or aatlsfuctory Teft-rvrices must accompany
tsend yonr orders early, and tbey shall be prompt
ly attended to. For I1
'nee 1.11 ana nai
Ilightstown, N. J.
L?ARIiY ROSE POTATO. American
Li and Foreign Hprinir Wheats, Otitea. Rait.
ley.Oirn, Cloverseeds, Grass Heeds, Tlogs, Fowls.
Hest Fodder Cutter Bend for the "Experimental
rnnii journal, oniy cents. Aflaress
l"-10t GEO. A. 1JF.ITZ, Chambersbnrg, Pa.
F L OEI S T.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S.
Begs leave to inform his friends generally, that he
is belter prepared than ever to furnish all kinds ol
plants, either to make the Gardens gay in summet.
VI Vl"inr'il """Til, nil IUC
In winter. Devoting ten- larre Greetihnuses to this
itoainess alone, ha (is-la warrantad ho stattag ke has
i ui-imt itimi miA a rsi ui irn 1 ura in
tlrown especially for shipping, be has a splendid
stock. His tvelve years extierienco In the west
gives unrivalled opportunities to know what our
western ieopie want, ana how to send it them. A t
Descriptive with prices, in t-iH annually, about
the first of February, whidi will be sent to all mv
patrons of lss as soon as issued, and to all others,
ou nppiicauou. Auutvw ,
EDGAH SANDERS, )
it-3m KS. Wlark ttreft, Chicago, III. I
If you w ant a good article of Nursery Stocky
sucu as - ,. ,
Grape Tines, Cnrranti, Goosberrlea,
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Peach
Trees, Krerfrreens, and
Dlseldnons Trees, .' ' ' 11
Send your orders to -.i.
. . ' J. W. PEARMAN,
' ' DavenDort. Iowa.
or R. VT. FURNAS. Brownvillc.
CMAlofrtte fre. ' J 13-9-y
RT. Ti1TTTfY . TO
0.000 Box Elder Socdllne. from o lnchca
to 1 loot in helcht- C3 ner M.
W.nnu Sucar Maples...- 4 Co per M
jsi.iiu .-viuimt uiacK t.wp tiApoerry.. u m ier .w
luoXX) Asparugus Roots.... ...... 3 SO per M
Grape Vines of all the leading varieties.
lo-m KUeard.-t tlle P. O..HU LouUCo., '
DEACII TREES. Crawford'-. Hftle
X and others. 5 feet..:!........M..tl0 per IflO
Kame varloties, stocky trees. .... .f I to 1 per It)
rear nna Cherry Trees, I yr 1st class is per iu
z i yr., extra. per kj
A pple Trees, 1 yr., selected, 3 fL
A M A MM
a per im
... per j
.1A0 per M
6 to 7 ft
Apple Grafts, mostly winter varieties..
Clinton Grapes, I years, well rooted...
4 per ion
oncorn lira pes, z years, exlra.
.10 per ion
Delaware Uraiies, I years, extra..
.jo per J
Itooitttle Jlasberry, tips..
io per m
- 8 per ifln
6 per bti
. I per lou
Kittinnv Rlackherrv. well rooted.
VUsxn Biackberry, well rooUl.
Also Hvercren Rotes, A !
and renetal assortment of Sacserr F-tock. Inclnd
ine Plums. twlden Invarf l'eacn, Uulnces, Grapes in
varietv. Currants, Gooseberries, Strawberries, ALL
A T LO W KATES. Hamplcssent at wholesale prica.
deiid for price list.
no rr & cooper, 1
T7VERGREEN & FOREST TREE
AJ SEEDLINGS, for the Prairleaof Nebrash
ka. We are offering White Piyw, Jlrmbock, Arijar
Vttar.ttuotw MraoU snut RirrJ 8tvUtntr. In lota OI-VX-
009 or more, as. !1,3 Mr ThwaawJ. - We
have the tanrest siocm or r.verrreens ami rorest
lew ia the west- Head stncnp lor circular. Pamph
lets containing full, practical and scientific Instroo
tions fur propogaUnr. handltar, planting and man
aeetneat of Forest Trees and Evergreens, mailed for
and jbverrreens, main
rnnrgeon Bay, Wis. t
GREGORY'S SEED CATALOG UK
I havw over--lxty nerea In Hed on mr
Khree Seed Farms, in Marblehead. Mass., where I
have raised over one hundred varieties the past
wion , U prrfrttlv Mlotrtl. ' I Import roiiny choice
st-d from the be European growers. As the or
iginal Introducer ef the Hubbard. rVjtiwh, Siarble
head Mammoth Cabbage, and many new and rare
vegetables, I Invite the patronsge of the public.
twit warranted to be a rrprtacntnt. OntnlooHea
ffrntittoalL JAKES J. H. GREOORY.
fehUMim 'Hi,,- . a i Marblehead, Mass. '
CEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osage
O Orange Seed. prlm, new. 1S per basheL
Apple Keeds, Peach ills, frosen. Boot Grafts, Ap
ple, packed, lii,om, Osaj.-e Uedge plants, 1st cL,
l,iw, l0O, t'X treach Hale s Jrly and other
bert sorts. Stocks Apple, Pear, Plum, Cherry,
Quince. Ac Kosea. Evererrerns. Grapes. Downmc
(Gooseberry, Charles e)own1g ytfaWbrrry, Black-
wr, K&spoemes, fireen HOose Bedding Ptanta,
la)i;las. Lilies, Ae. Send inc. for three Vital oguea.
. K. F1IOKX1X,
PEACH TREES. Crawfords, Hale,
! and otfient, five feet...i:u;4l0 per Kw
Pear and Cherry Tre, 1 yr.
Apnie iTees in variety, i yr.
Apple orarts, at low rsxes. -,,
Also, a mu assortment or isarsery docs, cf on
Offr. ifi sent at wholesale price.
"Specimen Orchard contains over 1.000 heannir
tree or Avtrte l"nrr ami Chemt.
Swid ior Price Lfct.
nnrvth nrvjr '
Tl'itti, Knox Ctounty, ill.
Dreef'S Garden Seeds!
iittXQ AS iiiipMisiiNiBD.
Fr'osh and G iiiiine
17AR1IERS, GARDENERS, Khd All
A others In want of Heeda, will Arid it t
their avar!taja" tefaend their orders diteel to the
The SiilaWinz1 are a IP Cf the leadlna varieties
Beet, P!flon Extfa TAfijfrzrsxzraiuiM-.auji, W
ox. 1 K
Long i flood .:;::ui.
!t fhtlada. Flat Dutrli.:r
" " , . Larr jTuri;headi--..;A
Ti ' ' CrumfcFivi Smvov
Oirrot, Long bark Oransrei.
" Karl v Scarlet Horn..
Cuemnber, Early White epine;.
Gnuytouxr, Fjtrly Pnrfc.uuiit
Celery, Preer s White, Solid , .r
r. :!' . . Tomefs Incomparable invaifur
Lettuec, Eaf?y Ct3rled..i;i.Ji:i.iinjussiu-s
Mrttmt, A ettea citron
" Moont Hwt Water
Ontnri, liifpe P.ei Wetlerfield.-.i.-.u;;;:.-:
" Yellow t&ttmburg..:;is..i!itii,:uiiuas
" YelloW Danvenf...-.:.-.-i!.-n:-:;;
White or (ilverrkin-...::::.-:;:;..ntf
" imported -er, abov tMcfiS.-
Parmiji, Lrce Sng-.ir... . ,,
Rcviith, Iong Scarlet Hhort Top , , fz
"v. . Html and White 'l urnip t
" Early Olive Khnpg ,
finimpi, or oysier nam..
Hmoth. Early ItiLsh
Tomato. Extra !'rly .:.
e Favoritg.ai;.;n,i .
Turnip, Early Whit Flat lam-h
" Purple Top, flat
" Caster's Imperial, Furi'leTop,
10 1 00
aj- All the ahttre mailed at oorfct prices
Poup,rAfT acxauonaij to Pfpay ptwc.
Beans, Early Tlwaff Wax...
" " ValtritLae'.
" Giant Wai:::::;;;.
Pent, Dreer's Extra Early.
McLean's Little Gem
" Champion of England
" Black Eye Marrowfat
Ot. Adam s Extra Early
Large Hweet or Sugar,
" Htowell's Evenrreen ....
Iff IS cts. addiUonal for each quart by mall
ixtuuocs, tjitiy Bose,... it pec: f--p ous. fi.;
iw to me OMiitLi i
M Early Goodrich, Harrison, and other vari
eties at market price.
"S" For a ftitt list of varieties Ttrmt Garden
Calendar for liM. which contains descriptive lists of
X . I . . 1 . . . . I .1 ..
Kosea. orape Vines, fcio&u Fruits. Ilooks. Inipie
ments, cc . i v
Jtf Mailed to an who enclose a postage stamp.
HENRY A. SHEER,
2ureryilian and Seed OrtnPer,
ZS 714 Chestnut St. Fblladelphli
OF THE IMPORTANCE
Evergreen Wind Brakes
On onr Western Prairies, every enterprising far
mer is run v aware, l he lolioa luz irom the uaracn-
ert Monthly Is to the point :
MWa are Cn asVoalafaadat th great dlffarence
between shelter and exposure. In our own neigh.
borhood,aa we write. Salvia. Hplendes, Heliotroi-e,
Geraniums, Ac, are In full bloom In gardens shel
tered by trees oo the narthwest. while aota hundred
yaxdn from the one In our mind s eye, the same flow
ers are black, and bave bean for -aome weeks hack !
and in tbe middle of winter a place surrounded with
evergreen huts will be more like a spring scene than
one of winter."
All who bave had experience also know how much
greater the chances of success are with TBAXf
PLAXTED XVRSERY GROWS EVEUQREEXX
than with Forest Evergreens, commonly designated
-Native." The latter usually lail : and must. In or
der to grow at all, nave the cloeext attention ana all
circumstances favorable: while those grown In a
seed bed, and OXCE or TWICE TEAXSPLAXTE1K
neea no more care man any of ner tree, i neoiu
addage Every Man to hi Tmde" In no cane was
ever more applicable than in GROW1SG EVER)
a tt KK'M nntit thfv ar established.
Our prices are so low that no Prairie Farmer an
afford to get along with less than one hundred or
more. They will. In S to years, make as etlectual a I
wind brake as a stone wall, and add hundreds ol 1
dollars to the seiunsrvatue of any farm. t
Norway Spruce, to 12 Inches.,
oo no I- to ii oo
do do IS to IX
Austrian Pine, t to 12
Scotch do to 12
Whit do 10 to IS
Am. Arborvitae ( to 12
European Ash. t to 4 it .12 per MO
do Mountain Ash, to it) In. ..... s per 10ft
do do do ltoSftflOperlUO 40per5flb
do Linden, 1 to 2 ft... io wr 100
do Elm good timber tree, 2 years i
uv.arl tvnoer free in um vnjrld. It being
imprrUhabic, and attar) y as rapid a
f; rower as iuo ooii jtiapie, eittni io 13 i I
nches M per 100 tSl oer lOOtl
Same, 12 to 18 Inches per KM 30 per loop
TEHMS STRICTLY CA8II.
As our low prices will not enable us to realize npoa
On order of over 110 and nnder f2S, hnlfthe exnrese
charges will be prepayed. On orders of fiS and over
all express or rrelsrht charges prepaid, to any.poLnt
on rail road or river. '
Stock warranted in eood condition. Otir stock is
very tine, and we think we cannot be undersold. I
Jtemittnnces may be made by postal order, dnifl
on Kcw org or Chicago, dv man : or v. a. ana isx
tlon.il currency by express, preiaid. Currency If by j
mail at senner s riatc inougo generally saie.
BOOT ttRA PIN, TRAXSCEXDEXT AXD
Circular containing many useful hints and a gen
eral assortment Price List sent on receipt of stamp
Propositions fof advertising from Western Agri
cultural papers souctteo.
Address 1IAUKX1SS A ANDREWS.
20-ttw Faribault. Minnesota;
I, f i
. - i - T
5 to feet hlgfa...,. .fioo per inoO
fiotreet nin.f,9..4t,.iti..i.uwm ua?r
'1 IA A Isfl Iiltflt .... mt laar IIIBI
f - T
All th lending vaf mttm hi good assormient
ed and delivered at Kailrood stutioti without
20,000 reach Trees In dormant bud.
fV) per 1000
3,000 Dahlias. A fine collection, embracing
6how, Fancy and Pom pone varieties; 30
cents each ; $3 per dozen, sent by mail.
postage paid ; $15 per hundred by express
Small Norway Sprdcev. and Other
ALSO GENERAL HURSEHT STOCK.
Tw nncr TrT a mrt-r-o
1 pers; t2per3Vs.
. " -IfpeftaabyMatl.
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
BLACKWELZ. BROTHERS, '
TitutvWe, Mererr Ok, S. J.
I Invite the attention nriwaim ..
mv l.rr. iwk f niers IO
mostly two years old, having been root Trml .rut
planted out last S or ins. TKeVT.rr? LTTH L
Unre crowth. " ut7
I fiW great Inducements to those
Likewise I hava on hand a . . . .....
tnrf L'iit.ti... -Bi-wimoi mini
DAViDSON'S TTIORXLESS;-s BOO-
LITTLE BLACK CAP
&SSJ'rdB PEICS LIST.
Vlnelan, K, J.-
ttnua. p Qt,
i- in atl
. pes 100
do IS 4S
do 8 25
do 8 Si
do t 25
HOME ! NtJESEIlY.
Apple, JPca, Pluim tlrrn Crert;ren
'i Vi .'., THREES, iA24'I,,I.Ttr
: "A tAnOB VARIETY."
Also. Grape TH"s, CurfaSts; tJHWWefHes, Kafip-
. , ars, Viaes, "Tulips, Ijilies, Peonies, .
AT LOW HATES.' '
' Orotinos 2d Blocr Sooth of Conrt House
. ; - . ' '
SPRiNGr Olf isot.
I desire to call the especial attenf ion of my former
customers and the pu'JUc general If; to my stock and
prices, especirilly to the uratiTt of the mock now
offered, and I would solicit a continuance of your
patroOHee arm ravers, vt oeserve wmui mj
g j-PuckiDg and Shipping done in a ce.reful man
ner. All gooos oelivereaat ine Jtpistuic,xuui
roaI or Steamboat Landing free of coargJ.-
flantspvMi ei wy maiii uruninra,niiii
berries. Cutrants, Haiylrries, Gooseberries, Aspar
agus, Vines and Climbers, Bedding Pliints, UuiDous
KimiK. tiaraen: r tower ana i ree mttc win ue win
by mall any distance, securely packed in gutta-per-
xUia silk, damp moss, I send articles pacEeu in
this way in periec satety io ine most uisuiui pans
of the United States. x - .
Mtflf articles sent wit by me are not as represen
ted, send them back at my expense and your monej'
shall be rerunaea.
Some of the leading articles will be furnished at
the following prices.
; Catalogues and Seed Circular furnished on appli
cation. . . , ...
Concord Grapes, l per adz.; ffi per hunurea.
Ive's Seedling, HJO per doz.; io per hundred.
Delaware, two years olit, 2Tc each. "
flfnloft ner rtVrS- Buff Mnrtred." '
Mv list of Tillies include th best of the Japan va
rieties, and out old native Mvontes at low rates.
-r Summer Biilbs.
r-l.tila. Uwn.J I.IIt Ttefee'iHffllrjrOVe-
ments lit ine- vanexies oi mis spu-iiuiu iron l
renders itone of the finest of all "Flora's" gifts.
'My stock comprises over thirty varieties, vary.
Ind In nru-e fnm 10 et?L toll..') ner bulb. -
Tl It., ne nrntiran IJIr. An auuronriate com-
lanion io me aoove, oi an easy cmunuuu,
Amarillls, ar Jacabean Llly.-Bare, -0 cents
Tub llosf, A fine stock and cheap, 25 cents each.
Herbaceous, &c, Ac.
U...eftCh Si cts
... " so
Ct i mson...,nii.iiiii.Mii. " - M
I Ol I vhoCk.in.wti.t. .-.-ihiii
H erhneeous ffplira-..u., ........! M
Aijuilegia Gland ulosa.ii,Mi.i
i Alba.i i. ' - '
. ' Cernla.--.,im -
, ' j, , Aurri...uuiiuiiMM "
-'" jlOS..-..n.miini,niut '
JWeet rVpnte1 Violeu. "
M Scarlet iiiiiiiwiiiui4iM
XIfientnt "..imium w.
- - a - Alba.M.wis.iiinnomffc.
Phlox (variety)..-.ii...niii "
Itelphinium Formoaum.iijiM. .
Ilianthus (variety)-. "
Vlnca, i)iue.i..i.........u.......... "
. AJba ..iiiiiitiiiiiiiii.M..
PaMistesS large iiN..f.,-w--..--- M
X"seIeclion of the most desirable, which space
forbids to enumerate; also. Plants for Vases, Vrns,
Ilaskets, Jtc..auch as Myrtle, Balm, Ivy Geranium,
lew Plant, Saxlfraga barmentoaa. Moneywort, &C-,
Also. IXanidng Baskets and Flower Pots, with or
without plan w, always on naaa.j ; r i
Address J. COCHRANE,
TlnVana, Mason County, I1L
JTa" Be particular to order early. "
m JS a
ei m r
e v. u a
.s s .
e at 2
NORTH WESTERN NURSERIES.
-i . BOOT GRAFTS.
of alt the hardiest l itnlt.
SCRSERY ATOCR' OF ALL DKSCRIPTIOXS.
n-8t Addrr J. H. SHEltJIAX, Eoekford, IU.
MM HIEEIIS !
T?OR ORNAMENT. Protection and
A Wind Breaks, for Homes on th !ri
biiu ohki iu lucieineui seasons.
BaLsam, Spruce and Norway Pine, to 10 inches
high. ia u, I,...
Arbor Vitne, Hemlock A White Pine.
toJO inohes high.. Sperlono
American Larch. to 10 Inches hlih .... a nj,r inn
Ameriin Larch, 2 to 3 f.H-t.... an i, r n,,i
Assorted, various kinds n per im
European Larch, to 10 inches to 12 per UK
WE Attt IMPORTING OUR
DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
Our Pmall Trulls are frnm f, -r. t-.i
in thedreen Bnvcnutitrv w And r.im k...
section do much the bent with lis. We make nintv
r k-. Kiiuareooa snape. will nesecured
I Z?.Z1SLl.? ?Jm! Pea"nally, when token up. We I
uuc x, a specialty.
XO EXTRA CHARGE FOR
It.Il.ni . r. " "
"WVC J. tJ
ItrFFFRrvflrn TriiAtmt rs.T,Ur tit altKor nf
the banks in this city; or, F. A. Tisdei er Charles
Address OKl)WAY PARKER.
febm Freeoort. Illinois.
FRUIT AXO ORWA3IEXTAIi
Grape) Vines, etc., for Spring of 1869.
Waoffer thr RuMrnr nlanflna stock of Frnit and
Ornamental Trees, lirnoe Vines. AC. which for ex
tent, variety, vigor and beauty of growth has never
Full mtrtifiilnra nron In tTe fnllowln? Catalogues
Just issued, sent prepaid on receipt of locems each.
ior .ns. i, z a .o. 4 tree. -o. i, iwTiiHiirv.r
alogue of Fruits. No. 2. Ornsmenlal Trees. o. 3,
Oreea House Plants. No. 4, V holesale List
ELL WAXIER eV BAKRY)
ft lit. Hope Nurseries, .
11 -Km Rochester. l .
Grape Tines Tor Sale.
A w thousand wrtatt'a Vlranaia
rord Lmvrra, raised in My Vineyard, from ripe,
, Kortea's rteWlin.-
45100 per 100X
4360 sr 1000.
Also, a few thousand two-year old Plants of these
12,000 Gallons Norton, Concord and Catawba Wines.
Til TO. EXGELMAJW,
Sascoutah P. O., su Uair County,
i mm Illinois.
TOEW BEEDLfING POTATOES.
Three new kinds, of reat excellence.
not to be found in anv other catoloctie: areeneraved
and fully described in mv ner seed catalogue, tent
to OU, JL2LJL2i J. rt. liKWiUU I .
fehiVm Marblehead Xasa.
I fiONCORD, Norton's Virginia, Hart
J ford Proline, Delaware, and all other lead-
vaneuea, grown ana ror snie ny
K 1 ,M 11 11 h.Ls
30? N. 2nd street. St. Louis, sfo.
tSond tor price Hyt. gum
Flower Seeds ana Green
A LARGE STOCK of the Choicest
XA. varieties of the above always on band:
also Shrubs, Evergreens, Imported Flower Blubs,
iaxajaaaea sent grans to an apnTfrant-.
Address HORY MlOHtL.
I 3m' 2d street. ?t. Louis, it a.
' 20 CENTS. Send to GEO. A.
rERIilENTAL FAIOl JOURNAL. 17-rJt
Fsre efrisls V're
trB far Flatl
n,l miLivailm;. f T lumi! V !
f ii as market garden
i.l morkrirv ail Hmail Fru'ia. Written from 20
years experience, ahd gives-all the information of
the larger and more costly works, so as to pot new
beginners on equal footing with old fruit growers.
We bave hundreds or twnrnMiiw-s or wntcn me
following from p.ev: IL W . Lee;ht r is a sampie:
" Vmr directions for crowinsr Strawberrtea ana
Raspberries are the best I have ever seen." .
Wholesale and retail Its t of our plants gent by
mail free on application.
PtuDY A HAXCT,' '
South Bend, Ind.
14-3m - .
COXVOBD OBAPK VISES.
Tvo Teart Old.
COXCOBJD GRAPE 1X'ES,
Three Year Old.
DELA WARE GRAPE VIXES,
Tvo Year Old.
DELkStARR tjHAPJ! VIXES,
Three i'eett WL
DlAXA GRAPE rixm
Ttco Year bid.
PIAXA GIIAPB riXf.
three tear Otd.
CEEVELIXG GRAPE 1XES,
Tiro Year Otd.
CREVELIXG GRAPE VIXE.
Three tear ttd.
Tvo Year Oid.
. Three Year Old.
Two. ve-li1 aA Vines of the. Ibllowrinar kin.ls
rrown out of tidors, from liearing vinea and
very healthy( with stronn large root, and
warranted to rnake Strong growth U properly
HABTFOrtn pnotinr, jMxA, tsttJELLA,
JfOkTUERSfViVADlXE,. , ,
REBEtVA, FEItklXS, IABELtiA,
f i 7 j ir a j . trr.'j
black rox. ir'acvt AJTBEti.
CLIXTOX: MAXY OP ROGERS' JIYB1
irr., &e., Jte.
Those vines are on land
which mast be
cleared, and will be sold
For Quality of Vinea horetofor sent from
this .Nursery, refer to vol. n. w rnrnaw
All the leading Varieties of tfi-ea nnl plants
1 to be found m a w cu appointca juncry ai
ways on hand.
rui uawui f ti ttjTt riitT, uuuirsa
JS. WARE SYL VESTEtt,
Lifune, Ac Ibr.
Vesiera Trees for Veslern
The lartrcst stock of otir? rear old Aml
Treea wrest of the Mississippi' We cultivate
tiiose varieties auiteu toour western climate.
Our treea. thouch only 1 yrtir olUi are verv
large and trond,(3! to iU fpet hich), tbe verj
beat size for ahipptnz loni? distancea. and
transplanted with more etise and safety than
Two years old.
ALSO, VINES, FLAN'TR, Jcc, Ac.
SESD POR CA TALOG VE.
STAtllv, BAltNEfTi 4CO,
I CHERRY HILL NURSERIES.
Established ia 1854.
DKrVLER-S AND PLvVXTERS,
will find at these Nurseries a complete collection ol
TREES A1VD PLANTS.
in every department.
Standard Frnit Trees,
Dwarf Trnit Trees,
. Small Fruits,
Ornamental Trees, Shrnbs, Vines, &c
Evergreens, in great vnriety,
Roses, a fine collection,
Seedlings, for nurserymen.
Rare Plants, recently lm-
Rhubarb & Asparagus.
an Immense stock.
NEW WHOLESALE CATALOGUE
I loo pes, Bro. tb Thomas,
WKST CHESTER, Penn.
and most Productive,
and moat Delicious,
and every way the best
Blackberry Knows t
The above is amply borne out
by tbe testimonv of all who have
given It a ir trial all over the
AVXSa 81 0f recent Introilnction'thatcomee
opto the recommendations of its friends.
PLANTS OF THLS.ANtf Crtttzn KINDK
Best Strawberries & Raspberries,
and other Seed Potatoes,
delivered at your nearest Post Office as ehettp as if
you caueaai uie nursery in person, ana
PRICE LIST GRATIS.
Montctoir, AVtc Jrrtey.
The only Hardy, Prod net Ive sad Satis.
factory nam in the Northwest.
This eitmriPlT haMv and valnahi Ptnn, km. a.
fiance to Curculio, cold w inters and other unhealthy
Chief Points of Tnlac:
It b perfectly hardv.
It Is not liable to injure from late Spring frosts.
li is m
free from every disease.
It fruits very early.
It bears a crab everv veaA
7. The fruit keeua well and will (xnf trmnstinrtA.
8. The fruit is of excellent flavor.
8. The tallies prefrr it for nreservlnar.
ia It is never injured bv th Curculio.
11. The frnit iWfls aSsit the last at ftentrmner.
when there isno other pi nm to be bad.
Fine well wiwii trees, five tr- hlcb and nmnnli
each fl ; per doc 10 ; per hundred, 70.
THE BEST I'LL, HAVE, IF IT
X COSTS A FARM!! Earl v Itoa Pnf.t
American and Foreiim fiprlnif Wheats. Oata. Tlariov I
Corn; Cloverseed, ira fteLs. IIors, Fowls, best I
r oouer v.wtr. r-nu ior me riperimenta Farm
Journal," only W cents. A'Hre!s
t, tv9 .v&iiL,x.namoittiyunt.T, I
G 11 A P EV T K li) S ! !
250,000 cf theCtcicsst 0ripaVi2S3
Also a large stock of
Currant Plilllls ahd Clittins,
fOil SALE CHEAP.
Send stamp for
Price lint and Kssays on Crape
fit: II. SOIItODFU,
GRAPE VINES t:0U SALE:
Plants of Best Quality ! !
All the" landing Varieties, such as
CONCORr,t"I.IXTOX. DKT.AWARK. IIART
'OKl PIIULIKIC. lVt. -UliTO."S
and mahy kw artd rare varieties.
AUGHURICK, CYNTHtNA, DI
ANA. HAMBURG, MILKS,
MOTTLED. MARTHA. ROGER'S
Strawberries, Itaspberrica, Blaekberrlea,
of the best Market Varieties;
AND SEED POTATOES,
Early Goodrich, Harrison and
An the above of otir own rmsrins:: warranted
genuine and of BEST WUALi'l V.
isnxin p.rii a so?!.
J Price list Gratis.
ONE TOUND WILL YIELD
3,000 POUNDS IN ONE SEASON,
BY PLANTING THE GENUINE
Early Hose Potato!
BUY TOE GENUINE FROM
GEO. A. DEITZ,
(The Great Seed Wheat Fanner.)
Pound Ear'y Rose sent by Mail, postpaid, for 1 9
Pounds Of Kflrlr Hose, hv Mall, oostouid. for 3 m
1 Peclc Pjirly Rose, delivered at t'hambersburg 6 no
1 Peck rly Hone, bv Mail, postpaid 7 On
4 Pounds of .irjri.se Oats, by Mail, postpaid.
4 Pounds New Brunswick Oats, bv Mail for
Pounds Swedish (hits, sent by Mail for
Pounds Norwarllatii sent by Mail fr .
Pounds Spring Hurley, snt by Mail Hr
Pounds 1 ellow Mammoth txrn, by Mail for.
Pounds Yellow Gourd Reed trn, Pv Mall lor.
Pounus best three varieties of Swet-t Cnrrii.
Pounds China Tea Sirin Wheat hv Mail. for.
4 Pounds Black SeaSiirina Wheat by Mail, for.
Pounds Canada Clubpruiir Wheat bv Mail..
rounus iieoerow sprin
Whext hv AtMil. for
Pnnnfi, TtinllfnrullMiirln Whodt V . I ...
4 Poonds scotch i'ife Sprimr Wlieat by Mail for 1 on
j-ounns .naininoin jMraruca spnn unl, lot 1 W
Pounds Smooth-headed Sprtnir Wheat for. 1 on
Pounds White Hominy Corn tor I tt
Pounds of Harrison rotatti's, by Mail for 1 on
Pounds Krly Goodrich Potatoes, by Mail for. 1 on
Pounds White Peach Blow Potatoes, by Mail, 1 on
Pounds of Blue Grass Setd for , 1 o
Pounds of Italian Grass seed fbr:;.:i.-::;i1 1 on
l'ounils of Orchard Grass seed foe...- i im
Pounds of Henl Grass Seed foss. .- . I (
Pound of Alsike or SweedLsh Clover Seed for I o.
2 Pounds of Cow Grass or tall Clover Seed for 1 on
potinnsor red t.loversel for. . ,,, , i n,
rininn oi i-.ir'Ptian seven-neaueu w heat t no
liest rodder cutter, ut hsm'HTJhiinr ,V ou
inir or cnexter v nite iioif-i not akin, dcliv-
erea at Cliambersour. ooxed m
i no oi isranrna r-ootra r owis.cieu vered at Cham-
Dersourr, rxnea 7 m
-rl-i-rilnr ftr Uie EAFK1U.MKXTA I. hbm
jdiiua). wniy siio per year.
a-i'The mouev. iu all cases, tit imimmnv th nr.
"Allonlers filled nromntlv hv CiVrt A T:TTV
Proprietor of the tirent Seed Wlieat Kxperimeiilai
Farm, C'hambersbnrir, Pa.
armers ran relv tlmt all Seed. Stis-k and Fowls
sent out oy Mr. Ge. A. Deitz, are true to name and
pure 01 uie Kino. 17-lis
If you wish to plant this coming spring, send in
your orders early, aud save
TREK PEBLER'S MABiJIS.
A line stock of two year old
ArrLE, PEAK, TLUM AND CHERRY.
ALso Shade Tree, Even:reens, Ornamental Shrutis.
and a general Nursery Jtock
COXSTATTLY OX HAND,
AT THE FT108PECT HILL NURSERIKS,
J. cV E. KU'ILMON D, Proarletora.
a Corresiwndence solicited.
Fifth Year. 200 Acres.
GREAT WESTEBH NURSERIES.
LYOXS, CLINTON CO., 10 WA.
Fruit & Ornamental Trees,
Grtvfic Viucn, sto.,
FOR SPRING 1869i
e oner mr next si
mrln plantlflr, a fiha
ment of nurse rv stm
and guaranteed to be fuilV "a. W
Tor full particulars
rs send for our Catalogue,
which la '
Apple seeds, warranted fresh, fljo per bushel.
Osage seeds, 15 M m h
Fine Osage Plants, fl.oo per IflCO.
Dr. J1IO. E. EIJIJIS iz. CO.
First Premium awardeu by tbe
Lake Shore Graoe Growers Assoc la t lea
tor -the Best Six clusters of Fruit, Quality to Rule."
wiIIlfU1,J', Acrf th SALEM in vlnenrd.
r? iL!Lfor i''ness, earlinesa, abundant
promise in bearing frMrt..,n iw. ....JL
amiosfnlH 'J1 ntmiif of fruit, the best
and most profitable out-door urape in America.
st2 Z S e orislnal
r-acn. perdox. Per inn. perimo.-
.-i,u 6,uo 400 auxr
t,-- HARRIS. Salem on Erie.
Brocton P. o., thautawjua Co., Y,
We have a larre f.jrk of tv-vn
wua mny otners, t
Afrlet: Pear; ievrtra.
I r -'Tr
VTc want a' rood reMaila tna. ir -j van
recommended, to act as sent fr c ' eTerV- 1
in Sebrasita, Kansas. Mouri and Iowa7wa.Tr
Commission or Salary,'.
OLD CASTLE IiURSERIEj
G EN ETA, ONTARIO CO, X. T. '
Invite the attention of
tJeaiers and rianteri,
to their exteniiVe and reliable 1
' assortment ot
choice iidiIsehi m
Frnit Trees standard and Dwsri; '
Urnasnenrnl Trees n ad Shrabs T
and Evenrree 1 'r'aaW
mall Fraits-;rarev e-An.rVw
tr . .... . jtbj
Plants, IJalb, Jtc.
Pa rtleswishinR SELECT NFHXKHTTOci.'
either for thlr Own planting or to sell iain,r
quested to give r?s" it call bt write r pr 4.
enclosing stamps fir catalogues as IbUows:
Descriptive Catalogue of Frultst-tTirPe- ,m .
Descriptive Cwtaloipie of Ornamnt s-tiifr w'
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C. MAXWELL BUos,
ERIE, EKIE CO PE.
Ia A.Flattman Spraj,
1,000,000 Aatlve Grape TlaM
For sale, of the best lidlnir kinds rv...
tnie to name-. 1 r-d as fan be found ia toe r 'twZ
States, of one and two year old. Samplrnrwi,
mail at luo rates. '
1 rtiirt ftnA . - mm t fm
Vi.UU Concord, 2-Tvnr, Kn. l.trrn ...
ID.mi Hartford i rnlific. 1-vear. o. I ,
2.UH1 IlarUord Proliflc. 2-vear. Nu. 1 io'.m
'.O.'iO Iielaware, 1-year, o.
1'iana. l-vesr. o. I . .
3M0 Ive s Kcemtrs, l-vnr. 'ol 1 tat
iu.'po ion, i-year, iot 1
3.nin Israel la..
,Uii0 i-ahella. Catawba and Clinton, I
Also a larre lot "C r ear olds 7.ii .k.
klmis, toeether with a lare lot f a.i,. "
Crevelinc. Allen's Hybrid. Hirer's IlrbrHU. VaiJ
VillaKe. Ilebecca. Haleni. Xoriu' t Tz
iott.l") Strawberry Plants strong. ofaJl :hf best tora,
.si.i nssi.rwrrios snd KLicklHTrirs.
Iu.im) ( 'urranis hikI iobrries.
J0.1WO Fine 2-year old A pple Trees, brst UV-
klii's, m tVZ per lf, flit) ,,,
in.i Dwarf Tears, 1-vear. fJi per I-k ' "
S.rtiu Stand fvr, 1-vear. at per ia.
W.w Cherf y Trre, i-yar uJrj. at fji per I onx
ALSO rF.AC7I TKf:. Pl.PV Tirvi
VH A.N1 QVI'CE BIMIKh.
TfVthiT with a lance stuck of
Apple SeeIIIrtcs; f are. Phmii sml Cherrr .i:in
Appie seed and Pi-ar SwK prwiir- rmn
CutUngs, with . pple ; raits furotahed
Parties Orrifririir f h Il, ,... .u.
orders filleil proinptly.sndreceH nneilrst rl.,t
nan rpi,-!.-, ihorourhjy parkml x it .ilm
in good ir'l.;r. We yU-W ourselves to fiirna m
gtMHl strjeir Pr their. -life as inn be bn.Kht fhsa ar
reliable Pstitfli.-'hmeiit iu the V niled stales.
TER IS4 Hh wirh nrrW fit i inaJ rt I m4 isak
balaiK-e on delivery, or C O. I. . '
TTnise orrferfnc will p give pl-e V,m:r tM I
littv ill full, i nule Ikw m wiMHaifcu.
I. A. PL.VTTMAX SPTlAfirt "
:rle. Krie in .roB.
CATALOGUES FREE !
M. O'KEEFSSOIT dsCO S
CATALOGUE of SEEDS,
AXI Gl' IDE TO THE
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE '
GA RDES IX)Il l2i.
niibllshel n J:innnrv Vvurv L.
w ishiiiz this new wi.ri.- f-. ..rVi. .1 l
dress iuimediutely M. O KKKKH aiii it Oi Kl-
wanger . Hiirry's P.liwk, Rochester. N. V. Vrta
A AT OLD Mr,l nLISIlMKXT WITH A
livery Person caa Procare Trt-es aa Phi8
At Wholesale Price,
by ordering thromrh or rioh rpsrtuivi(.
For prices and other lnfurmoilon, aildress
W. F. IIEIKES '
Iayton. t'b a
Benton County irurscries'
i:MlallIluMl in 18.KJ.
Fruit Trees or all Hinds,
AfcAPTKJJ TO OUrtTRYIXU IXiMATK.
SMALL FRUITS, EVERG REEW,
IIARLY BHRURS, HEDGE PLANTS, '
n larae or small quantities; at
rhipmeas made at Cciar Rapids, Iwr.
Address. Arprl-vs, ,
JOS. L. Bl'DD 4Y, CG
WM. II. LYMAN'S
CATAIXK3UE OF 8EEI AND JTLANT
Is now nubllshe
IO varieties ttf i
encravine and two N
which will be, the celebrated
Cflktrm frnm natnM T i asm b nnn.t A.itf
, - - iu 11 will IT7 htuiki w 5 4a.
arrnnirln the flower curries: fcsther with fuiiT
rectHHis lor Howlnit rsd, Transplantinr. c- V"
work win he sent fr-e io all mr iimmiwr). .
all others. 00 recelr?l of Un ceiiui. whah ""
I sti bl-) imrtsiiiclnij to the Public my Tr 'ivC
WilAS 3IAM3IOTI1 CLrSTE
! Dr. I. Rice, says: "Kveryhody shild bv'
This Tomato bt a cross rwHn a Prewh miii'"
1 variety and the Isirr1, rtainii'
SIiMMthnsrt aiwt soluiiri. ri,. ink. wul
clusters; each stem beafin from sts'to tei"jJJ
uiKuwi on iv. it mi rwrfenlv with ana "
round, about the inof a Baidin apple; e1""
rosy pir , and kns well : m.nd. luw but fr
I anu Is no riouot one of tbe best earlT vsrVO
'have. It is unexcelled for ealinir raw. aiwl
clous for cookinir: bins verv biiili rl:vr"l
! eariiness It exrei s the "h" eves Tomato." "i rFI
its Tr iit evenly, slkiut tn riy- hfiVre tbe fc-" "3
-Vndut-u-ily the best market Tsriety of T'.'
Thin Tariety was obtfltned from sevd in 1J L
lS it rWn-d Ibt fruit TO DAYS before the "
, Smooth Red.
miCE IN SE.VLED PACXETP, tSt.t.
For illustrated circular.
Importer of SM1, rhjibs, and ro"
, e"mrTilne descriptions of j
wiih about rh irtyeleitsnl
PHltfifttl r.;.,wt n.ljt. OU
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