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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1869)
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To whom all CtBiimuulC-Ucms on AcTiculturs
shcwM lea!.l,-e"ed. ... '
YTImt J? rilc shall I XIantT
Fro", man's llural World, - .
T;is is a very important qiv-t tion;
it interest the pocket as .Tcli irs the
jm!..tf. If, hy planting certain xie
tic( I can have an orchard bringing
me in a ? nucj little Income ut rive or
t-ix vears from f ettinjr out: while, by
i;bntinjr another list of - varieties, I
have to learn to labor and to -wait fif
teen or twenty years for tb same re
fuIU the choice-becomes deeply im
portant to mo. That there arc varie
ties that commence bearing the sec
ond or third year from- planting, is
Trell known; and, ti'iaC fhcre are also
' varieties that appear t have no earth
ly idea of what they were set out for
th at see mj to live to tantalize their
owner; growing viprorouUy ; extend
ing their lone: branches eo as to tuuch
each other, like the Bellellower, or
nhooting up heavenwards like the
Northern fcpv, tearing nothlivg but
leaves is a foxed ; fact, weir enough
known to be appreciated. But, what
trees fchall I plant? I don't want to
- plant for posterity as the Irish orator
taid, "posterity has done nothing for
rue:" why, then, should I plant for
jio&terity? I want to plant so that
should a kind Providence spare my
life fix, ten, or twenty years, I can
reasonably expect to eat the fruit and
enjoy the proceeds of it. Having been
through the school or experience, 1
will give some of the lessons I have
learned. One I have learned is this :
not to set out every variety that is
recommended in the fruit books, and
thus have a mixed lot of trees per
haps fifty, sixty, or a hundred varie
ties, in an orchard, not half us profit
able as n few of pood .bearing, hardy,
popular apples. ; Four, or at the most,
ix varieties of winter; three or four
summer, and the same of fall are
enough for a -market orchard.
Another lesson : If your ground Is
rvot ready for your trees when you get
them, heel thera In by all means, if it
is only for a dav or two. Don't put
ihcra in the cellar; itmavrain so as
to put off planting a wee"k or more,
and the roots of trees should not be
exposed any longer to the light or air
than is necessary. -
Another lesson Thave learned not
from my own experience (I was not
fool enough for that), but from the ex
perience of others, is: Never to pur
chase trees of a tree pedler, but go to
a good reliable nursery the nearer
home the better.
Now for early bearing varieties:
First in the list of summer apples, is
the Carolina lied June; the Early
If nrvest is complained of by some, but
Ptill I h.nve no fauit to find with it.
For cooking; Ceswick Codling will al
ways come to time; llawthornden , is
also an early bearer among fall apples.
Ifaiden's Blush docs well, l'ortcr
prows slow, but still commences bear
ing tolerably early. Ilawley is not
much known in the West ; but, judg
ing from one tree we have, it is a no
ble apple; commences bearing early :
fs first-rate for cooking, and not bail
to take without. Jersey Sweeting is
a very early, abundant bearer, but the
tree is tender. The Itambo is a num
ber one apple every wav ; in fact, 'I
. ca.nc.ot think of any other variety of
its season, that pleases ine as wen as
this : there is money in it. Along to
wards the winter apples Fameusc or
Snow does well. AN cstfield Seek No
Further does its dutv: I wish I could
gay as much of the Yellow Belleflow
es; but its short-comings are well
known : however I have seen it break
ing down with fruiton the river blull.
The Wagner goes to work nearly as
- soon as planted. Herefordshire Pear-
man comes In aoout right.
Pleasant does pa&yibly well I really
wish I could say the same of Pryor's
Red, for I like the apple ; but the fact
is, that one Wine Sap will bear more
apples for me than thirty Pryor's lied:
what the latter will do for posterity I
can't tell. The Komanite, where it is
appreciated and free from dry rot, is a
desirable variety it does its duty no
bly. English Russet does well.
Among sweet apples : Talman's Sweet
and Ladies Sweeting, are about medi
um for carl hi ess in bearing. The Ja
net grows so slowly that it takes a
number of jeara for it to get large
enough to Jo much, though it pays
well ; but, the Wine Sap will "do to
tie to;" I find there is more money in
it than any other apple of its season-
I an acquainted with. Little Ito
aranite does its best to please ; but, the
Northern Spy, deliver me from thirty
trees, set out fifteen years ago, nave,
altogether, actually for the last six
years given from t peck to a bushel
per vear; however, there is hope even
for tf.as Elliott, In his Western Fruit
Book, says- "it cannot be considered a
profitable variety until the trees have
acquired" at least twenty years of t;ge."
However, to sum it all up : Early ap
ples lied June, Early Harvest, Kes
wick Codling (for cooking.) Fall ap
plesHawthorne; ' Maiden's ; Brush,
itambo, Famuese. Winter apples
Wagner, Peck's Pleasant, Wine Sap
and Janet. For sweet Talman's
Sweet and Ladies Sweeting.
Turkeys Ycrsus Grasshoppers.
The utility of a" flock of turkeys, in
destroying grasshoppers and other in
sects, is not appreciated by the farmers
of the West. The grasshopper ques
tion is becoming a serious one even in
Missouri ; these destructive insects are
increasing by the millions every year;
and the skill of mortal man has thus
far failed to find a remedy to prevent
their ravages. If they continue to in
crease for a few more years, in Rails
and Marion counties, as rapidly as
they have done for the past few years,
we may anticipate very serious conse
quences to our agricultural interests.
As no remedy for the evil, has yet
been suggested, I v. uuld propose to'
the farmers that they try the plan of
raiding large flocks cf turkeys, and
turning thcrndoose ia the fields infes
ted by the grasshoppers; A flock; of
erne hundred turkeys would" destroy
during the summer and autumn,
many millions of insects; Ifthegrass
hoppcrs are plenty, the turkeys will
actually require no other food, until
the beginning of cold weather when
they should be fed with grain a few
weeks and then taken, to maiket.
Dressed turkeys, during the winter
Riot.ths, are ur.ually worth three cr
fsur cents per lb. more than pork ; and
the cost of raising them is. really in
significant, when grasshoppers arc
abundant' Let the farmers of Mis
souri try this plan on- a large scale ;
c-tl tcre is evsry rctsoa- to1 belicv
that the experiment will be success-,
f A and prolitabhv-Ex.
Is population pressing on the mean
.of subsistence in these United States
too, as well as in Europe? The Agri
cultural Department re;orts a failing
elfin the farm stock of tho country lii
isr.S, compared with 1S37. The read
ers cf the Country " (JavUtman have
been shown that the total amount of
corn and wheat sold for export, was
considerable less for the years lb7 find
IS "S than for the two years prior to the
war; and the fact is reported . from
Ciu innati that tho hog crop of the
' whcl--' country far these .sonsof IS ;-GJ,
i3 a little more than two hundred
thousand and odd over that of tight
years ago. What wonder, thenar. t
the high price of food, when one cou-
frm fiftv to seventy-five rer cent
in hahitable area and population, the
quantity of bread and mct raided for
-ale, has fallen oil".
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:". fcire; and Ilarl-cl lU5z :
'WnnAT. listen, uj.lijl t.
the stock" In New York U nu-ily la
large ss last reported ; hv.t all accounts
agree that stocks of wheat and flour at
the Atlantic ports, including -Albany,
are light. Trafton's Reporter, Idarch
27, says the lew grades e? flour are in
limited supply. Also th it very few
mills at 11. e West are doit, rr'inore than
custom work, as farmers i trii.se to sell
at present prices ; "hence it is very ev
ident that our-ttocks of fi.ir.ily grades
will soon become scarce indeed, the
assortment is now. comparatively
poor." Also, as relates to wncar.
farmers i?i the interior generally re
fu?tosdl at rresent'prices, which,
with a material redaction of toUj
(the Tribune says there is less thr.iij
700,000 bushels of spring wheat.) has!
imparted a better tone to the market,
and induced some speculative fueling ;
and that the low prices cannot fail to
attract the attention of Intelligent
dealers, as it is very evident that at
the present rate of wfcges farmers can
not produce wheat to advantage ; so it
is erident a much less area will be
sown to spring wheat than lasfcyear
other crops taking its place. . ., : . ' s
' Besides those given alxve, which
arc important as showing that this
matter is understood In the - cities,
there are many reasons why spring
wheat may not be as largely sown as
heretofore. Other crops, and- espec
ially barle, pay 1 tetter; while farmers
rind that less wheat, and & greater. va
riety of other crops, are better fur the
farm and more profitable for the far
mer.. Many make the chang2 because
the land has been over-croj ped to
wheat, and others see that it is better
to do so while the land Is in good con
dition. These facts show how little farmers
should be influenced by the cry of ov
er production (referred to by S. B. L.,
of Wis. p. 34.) Can any . farmer or
dealer tell when, in his time, there has
been more wheat than$be world could
use for bread? We have watched this
question for many yeare. and run no
risk in saying that, with the present
means of transportation, an over-production
of wheat Is very improbable,
if not Impossible. In formerages with
no railroads nor canals and very little
commerce, while the mass of the peo
ple were poor and much less generally
used wheat, something of the kind
might take place. But now all this is
changed. The demand for wheat
crowds closely on the supply, and
England sends ships to every part of
the world where a cargo can De ob
tained; while consumption, in pro
portion to population, has been stead
ily increasing, with the increase in
intelligence and wealth of the people,
and this increase has been much lar
ger during the last decade than ever
before. In view of facta like these,
The Mark Lane Express, March 15,
says: "With nearly five or six months
before us, and a short crop of every
thing but wheat, there must yet be an
enormous consumption before harvest
to which present stocks and prospec
tive shipments seem unequal, and a
re-action may set in." Yet this jour
nal is strongly disposed to magnify
the stocks in foreign shipping ports,
saying, only a little below the above,
that there were then 1,000,000 barrels
of flour in New York. Still, in full
view of a large crop in England, and
a good one here, the Express has nev
er, so far as I. have seen, said, that
there would be any surplus . at ' next
harvest; but both editors and corres
pondents have repeatedly stated that
stocks or wneat and hour must be
used up very close before the next
crop can be made available. And this
is expected, too, with ' a seasonable
harvest while a late wet harvest must
make a large extra demand, with high
prices. . .
Now in view of these" facts, why
need farmers be in a hurry to sell
wheat? Why, now that prices , are
low, should all sell out close, as has
been the case with wool? All can
now sec that there was no need of sel
ling wool so low; and this must soon
er or later be the case with wheat al
so. Then why crowd the market?
best Timber for the
Eds. Rural "World: There Is
abundant evidence to prove the fol
lowing facts, to-wit: Next to large
cedar (Red,) the yellow locust (com
monly called Iilack locust) of our
lawns is the best timber for rails or
posts not saplings, but . trees large
enough to tplit. Next, without a
doubt, comes I)Urr-oak". This i3 by
far the best of all the oaks. I have
seen Burr-oak rails that were known
to be fifty years old. They Tvere cov
ered with lichens, and would break
easily: but carefillly handled, were
good for several j ears more. They
are in Central Ohio, on Darby Plains,
The best (first) cuts of 'White Oak,
with mulberry, come next, with Red
elm and walnut following closely af
ter Vineyard posts orstakes of Bimvoak
should be worth twice the price of the
latter mimed trees. Ex.
Tlie "Walter Grape.
Tef rvr - IVr Per IVr
ElW'tl. IK5. Ii. an. ? !(,.
No. on var. 4 1 fa $s fr fi-! f-m
No.: flU . 4 . M )70 3D
Nu.1 li . S M 110 2i SID
Two your Lest Id I k to izi iu 8.4)
IX LA EGE Q UAXTTTIK1 A T 2TUC1C RKI WE"
K A TKS.
Saccharine Testg for ITIne.
At the Nittional Saccharine Test for Wine, at
IlammonrtsjMirt. . V., Cw-u 'isth. 1MH, the CWan-txi
utood In snrchariiie matter 1 M'aVrr W lona 101
7jvrr Hi. This test wiw mmi? with 17 ounces of
Uie Waller, somewlmt frozen, to 24 ounces of ettch of
the otlier vnrietie.H.
Next nioruiuK the Pupenntendciit, Cleric, nd one
of U:e lirwtow of the 1'ieii.na Valiev Winn t).
tiie parties w'.io roiiducti.-d tbe t-st the 'day lioi'ore )
Ut oHiisly theniwlves of the merits of the Walu;r;'
hy nit ejun! trial, tested 17 ounces of lona from th
iame hd that weri uswl the !v before, and the
wtcrlinromeUTMood at Ul the Walter U-atini,' its.
Ilnd 17 mmiw of the Ielawre and CbtHWhit been
prved equally hrl with the Wititcr, tlieirKlclna
mid centres beinc arid, the Iel;iware wuld have
trttxxi Inwer and the aula pnportionably telov
itie lioi.tware. Ail the urT.er var.tUea ranged much
litwer ti-fin ttiose eiinmer.ttcd ).
There had heen constant rn'ns and damp wearier
n the seouon vher ine It cK.'.r irrew its com-tit-or
tr ins( at H;imnionrtpiirt aurt alone the 1.1. en,
w Here there hiid I'cen but lttw min Oiiring the eiu
dry Mil aiit w-Kther beiti nectaflsary lur the
p;Ttfl ewpcttiiiii jriHjw.
A committee of tlie A ui ri an Institute Farmer'
Club, In a reeort of r-yt. "Ji lv;s, printed in the
New York S.'mi-Weekly iYihuneof Stpt. irHh, a'ipr
Bleakitinof theonalitips of the Waller, aar: "We
coiK-lude the V.'irrrr wUl be a valuable (tmVve In the
t ru)e re-ioiss of the upper 5inal.tiipj,oi the s!ior
of Lake line. In western New York, opUie.si.ue
c!"i ntwwuf!) lV'nnylvauia, and wbeWver eLs
Lrttcrfrom Chnrir irv'.v.A m of the otdeM rlmt
ntntMx ft I if st. '.V. '
ViNXVAKU 1'UINT, I .TrCo N. Y.,
iluy 13, 1;.
.;, -) . Jrrrt rf- f"nwvt
j ah mrk: Yiurs of t e lt! I an in rece!; t of,
in M"ti ye u u-s'k it 1 )iave KnM).fectiotw to aeini.hft
yoti. t(r tnililHtition, the fucta 1 atii acquainted wnu.
In relaticu to the fbaricter of the W'iMrr (fiaiie. 1
have Lever iudor-ed tlie character r uefu!rii of
vines, or otlier art idea of artvle.criptuu,tuid wPd
not at my prnsvnt Mave of hte were it i'tfirto
rasuiui which -'."Ui s r.ciciit. f irst, I knur t
V.itrr &nnr' v.i.1 ri-'.-t the rre'miicea wide 1
l'..ru:hiut t :ie cuvntl ry. cau'i by t iie w on li i---
in i;iv' iiCikii:''-i of cany of its prviec--ors.
find, bivscts- I can sav frnn jerHWa! iJnfrre'' '1
that the MV.i.'cr t. tbe'bet var.ctv I hav bad ai f
K-inwift'ceo:. and 1 think I have cultivated i.eany
t:l thul lmvleii rc'-onnnendcd. dicrtir.ir t"em
nil ant4, fulling tin. k i-jjoii t he Cti'Hord and I l;r: ! 1
rroliticaa vuieTard v:irietw-s. I mil inleres .si. i
kmwii:,' that the (nht of the WiM'-r prows .arv-r
ciu li vt-1-.rs.s tie vii.e frrown older, beinir Uistyt- 'r
f all voue-tblrd lann-r t!ian it wai to yearn ai-rs. 1 1
:nw wed: aelM iru't v-lL I hitve Ket-n it ripe hm--eral
tiiM5 tx'ii te liurti'urd. and I have never .- n
hov niiU'iew .u i(K fruit ir on it lunre and thick, but
iKdawaro t-huped luiiuse. The flavor of the fruit X
ihiLk uiTior to any .tl:er variety. You fy its
vour cir-ul:r it Is a aMldnx of tho Dlawai-t- ' i
Viiiina; I ttiink thechuracter of each of thee vn if
tin 1h q-iiie iitinsf.r.liahle in the MViUrr, partict
hirty tlovt of th l" iaare. I aJi-d think ftwm:!i!
milk a wine r.'f hi:- i ciianictcr. I have vis; -i ;.t
annua!'. stuce il ! rsi bore, six yirn sjjo, three i . ,
in l isi. i Ci., N. Y., i i n h.w viUk t. w here t d-.ir
bell: M-i.rta r!puis. A etieh time il w;ia fulu- r .
in Au: n-i. I buv .a'cn i each of the three pi.-i w
n.iis i'i l'i" :.fi r:,-v'iiinf; at tlie aame i.n.o,
e.c: ..ii li.t -ir, whi'it the ciiisuint mi'jS rr,a-
vwiii J a'.l v: ' frui i miitc.rlnit at their c 4
fine, but I' jt..- l-'il i ! "'ut hy the iriiduie cf
ten-.iM-r. 1 i.e ri: n (' the last Bi.-n:iuned crcp i
i uve n i Men, w h.cu Were t-'h1. l r';n ! i
s u in t:. l.w valley und t nei;oiic' y i ;'
T x n.d ii i In 'he Cry M:- y yiisi: i ;
. k- - . i 1 l it Will bV-w-i ; aduit-d 1-.,
vi.ri-.-. x ....ns ' f our efuntry. Yoti xnay n:.-
iuu-ver n-e (' li.f.-si i , ''-us ym 1(H-m pr
- . A'ours l.-y, CUAJ-XUI WOOi... V.
o o o
1 1 i
Evergreens cnlySlO to $20 per 100
CONCOjVdS ONLY &3 PEK lIUSDIiEI).
The Omrord in the Great Grape far the ZTil
lion, and re put the Price at only
i w to $00 l.ooa.
pEvrny. 'wxstiirnt farmer
-4 BbwU -liitve 1,000 Evergreens, w$ 10)
Grape Vine, and tbeM he cua hve F&&
Improve and BcauUfy your Farm and homes.
1 , 000
i .oooa" i-'. :r cr
Who would be withont them, when they can be
had so cheap ? Now is the time for po-ahoad Farm
en to supply their neighbors at low rates, and them
Improve an beant'..y yonrFriM, your Homes,
andyoarnelgtborhiKxl. liseraTreeealers trav
el through yei Btte," and ctrfce you as much for
etvs pexza' Vint, as we charge yoa for loo Viae.
Sow, what is the use of paying such enormous
prices, when you can get a better article at the west
for one-quarter the prece ?
TIIIXK OF THESE TIIIXQS.
G r a
p e Vinos.
3 0 0,000
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Add to the Tola of your Land, and to the comfort
and pleasure of your Family and
Homo ! Hozno ! - Home !
Free! Free! Free!
People will appreciate tbe reduction from the ex
travagant prices usually charged for
Evergreens and Grapo Vines !
LIVE 1TEN will learn t particulars, by sending
or CI&CUULR and PRICE LIST.
E YE It GREEKS!
CIIEIIP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
We are prepared to furnish the people of ths North
West with Native Evergreens at exceedingly low
prices, by the thousand eo cheap that all canaQbrd
to purchaae. They Increase In value rapidly, and as
ornamental trees, are surpassed by none. We can
show you trees near the City of Chicago, of the same
varieties, planted five or six years ago, that are note
at from S3 to $5 each.
Parties who attended the sale of real estate at
Egantlale, In Chicago, last season, can fully appreci
ate the valod and bottuty of these trees when pro
ly eared' foK Every owner of real estate should
have from 1,000 to 10,000 of them. They are needed
all over tbe Northwest for
Hedges, Windbreaks and Ornament
CUEPP! CHEAP ! CHEAP !
Our Vines nre gJOWl orrfhe open praMs, conse
quently ore hardy, acclimated, and adapted to Wes
tern Soil and Climate.
At the above prices we warrant Good Stock, de
livered In good condition at the Express oOlce in
Chicago, Free of Charge tot boxing, packing and
drayage. " .-
, Send Slamp for Circular giving fall particulars.
-d;f..hoiiiaf& co.r -
113 Madison Su, Room 1, Chicago.
A BEAUTIFUL SEWIKG IIAC5IBE'
A. NOV-L' IDE At
We Help Thots Who Help U!
IaAdies, attention I
w, flnbrtr8, attention! ,
. Sewing SocieUea, attenUon 1
$3 Church Societies, attention 1
Good Tsmplar. attention!
t3m Odd Follows and Masons. aUcattont
B Grand Army of the BepuoUc, attention t
V3. All Good Man and Women, attention!
A $C0 Graver wI-i2crSiTlnsr
We want two or three ladies or Gentleie In
evcty town or vlaire in the t-utte, to help na earry
forrd a very laudable under-iking. We want
evenr Church feocietr to rlve their Minister's wife a
heautiful hwinst Machine, and at the soma tune
iine rood man or woman in a ttrr comrmrrvtion
can do tbe-twiaens in on Uy. Wa want all bocie
ti to prwei some- worthy sistr with a Sewia
tK,-hlna. Youallknowof some kind-hearted, hard
wnrkin-.euod fhriatian woman In o-r neinhbor-
hurl. w ho is toil in ir with her nedle. trvinr to sup
port herelf nd liuJe ones. The most of us k now a
minister's wl ' in our rrmmrv:tT, w xi btw a fiimtly
toca- ', fci- 1 i ':. V'i u- i? tr r'r l.cr -work
dor .r "-' -'.ii l.er e 1 - uw- " - 1 ibor.
lryu ; u, co .ujr and thU-icA Li tnaiti con-
n.Ania want tn send a perretnal Sunbeam
rZlit into the boineof theae famllie t Do yoa want
to set that mother's hmrt la a hutter f JoyT Ito
vim want to be bled ever- day thM tbat sn-tdJ
machine ruiw! If so, send at no lor Circular giv
ing full partwinlarm, and then propose the subject at
thebrst raeelm r yonr bonety, or go to work at
once on vo-.ir o o account. Tiii Is n cht, catch-
iHnnv cr bunNii BrrantremeTit,bct Is boms tut and
hunor-bn. i t." and wUl c:ifer 6vir on all coo-
rfrnsl. T '1 : cn . to it In acme am hcii
t..ua n1! -cu. ti-d saanp m cuce ir y ... i
Iats. Ail ire- -
I U 10
Hi li-dl-tn fcu r.otan 1, C-Jenen,
3 O O
' m-mim m?amm mm
i y i I IT
II i ililu
Dreer's1 Garden Seeds I
jLEIXG AS JUlPZESnXjrD, , , . ,
"PARMEiV3, OAPT)EXEK3, and all
X others In want of S?ls, will fliid It to
their advantage to sen J their orders direct to the
beedGroAver. - -i
The following ere a few tt the leadktg rarietie :
Bert, Wmon'a Kxtr Rirly.
' 4 CO
" Jiriy Ktooa J urniu
Half Lonir rilooil
Outers, lArcre jirly Y'ork..
" iisrly W inninvtadt-
PhiladA. Hat Lmtch
" La rev l'rumhead-
xiry puir'fi unrn.
T- f I , i
CXsMlif.ower. 1,i;t faris.
" KarK- Krfurl...
Ctlsrv. rreer'a Whiw.bohd.
" Turner's Incomparable Lw
juamce. i--a.ry curtea.
JJdont, Netted t.tron.-
" Mount Hweet Water
Ontoti, Jinre Ked Wet!iertield
" Yellow I)anvers.....
" White or !Silver8kin
" Im jiorted tseed, i-, above prices.
rmrmp, iir?e feutrar..
LiulitJi, Imi? ?i-ariet Short Top
" Ked and White Turnip
" Jirly Olive Shape.
Snlmfy, or Oyster Plant .. ,., ,
SquaK, tMriy ISltstl.,
Turnip, Karl- White Flat nuc...
" .Purple Top, flat
fipr'n IniwriaL PnrnlaTfiii.
; v Jtata .i-'ga. 10 1 00
' All the above mailed at ounce prices. Ey the
pound, 10 eta. additional, to prepay postage.
Brrm, Early Dwarf Wax.
Pen, "Tireer's Kxtra Kafiy-
McLean's Little Gem..
C'hampion of England.
Black Eye Marrowfat,
Cbm. Adam s Extra 1-irly
" I-iixe S weet or bucar.
F.towell's Kvertrreen B 00
' JO 15 CIS. additional Ibr each quart by mail
Potato, Early Koe..T9 t fi.T peck ? bus. fli.
rtn fi trt tl:e hnshel.)
Early Goodrich, ILarriaou, and other Tarf-
usi aur-ei pr
f- For a full list of varietlesee Pren Garden
OUaulnr tor l'.i9, which contains descriptive lita ol
Vegetables and Flower Seeds, New Varieties Plants,
Boses, Grape Vines, bmall Fruits, Books, Imple
4c Mailed to all who enclose a postage stamp.
HE-fllY A. DREEH,
AVrjcryiun and ked Grower,
"1-0 714 Chestnut St., PbUadelphia.
MERCER COUNTY, '
8 tot feet hljrr,
4 to feet higli.
ZSt to 4 feet hUjli.
oo per iuv
40 per 1UU0
All the leading varieties in mod assortment. Pack
ed and delivered at Kalixoad station wUhout
, F.XTRA CIIAROE.
20,000 Peach Trees In dormant bud. paper 1000
3,000 Cahlias. A fine collection, embracing
Show, Fancy and Pompone varieties ; 30
cents each ; pi per dozen, sent by mail,
postage paid ; f 15 per hundred by express
Small Norway Spruce, and Other
E VEEQItEENS, LOW.
AXSO GE5EBAL XURSERT STOCK.
EARLY ROSE POTATOES,
1 perB; f2 per 3 Ba.
(1 per 4 B.s by Mail.
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
TUutvUU, M'rter Co., X. J.
I Invite the attention of Dealers and Planters to
my targe stock of
mostly two yean old, having been root pruned and
umiiieu mi y, ui cprui(. luey nave maueavery
I offer great Inducements to those wanting vines.
Likewise I have on band a good stock of Wilson
DAVIDSON'S THORNLESS. AND DOO
LITTLE BLACK CAP
6EXD rOB PRICE LIST.
A. & HALT-,
Vineifd, St. 3,
If you want a good article of Nursery Stock,
Grape Vines, Currants, i Goosfeerrles,
. - Raspberries, ISlstekberrles .
Strawberries, Cberrjr Trees, Pea It ;
Trees, Kverjrreens, and . i
. Dlsciduous Trvts,
Send yov.i orders to
or R. W. FITINAS, BrownvUle.
.r : ' ST. LOVIS CO- mo. . -v
100.000 Eldfr Seedling, from G Inches
Ut l l(4 n hHeht, iJJper M. - - t
.-.. s r M w! L-4 WperM
- M .ami li.aok Cap Iasvbt-rry 12 M per M
lw. is). 'i'-$iu lxn iU per H
Grapo Vines of all th lee.dS mr raHet les.
- - RICU'Li KKKHY A CO..MO.
18-Sm BleardHV ilie P. O., St. Louis Co.,
PEACH TKEES. Crawford's, nale
and others, 5 feet.....-....10 per 100
Same vt-Mic, stocky rfc... ..ft to 7 per 100
Pcsr ari ( herry Tws, 1 yr., Istcinwi 15 per 1H)
- - . s ,t 3 yr., extra.-.35 per 1(
Apple Trees, lyr selected, 3 ft 5 per J)
m. - , .-i , sto7ft jvjper M
Ar !Cnf.j. itsostiy winter varic! ii 8 per M
Cli i limi wi, 2 yeara, well rooteil. - 4 ier 100
CVwicorvi t;rajx, 2 years, extra . per l'W
T,ln- ui-ci:i-;-t 'i fTtl- M . VI per !'
lKlittlft Kasoerry, 1n per M
Pliilaurlphia..... i , in s pr W
Kiitinny lllackberry, well rx)ted. per 100
Wilson lilac-berry, well rooted S per loO
Also Rversrecn Roses,
an 4 a creoera! assortment of 2f nrsery Stock, lncmd
injt Plunm, Uoldea irwarf Peach, tiuincea. Orapes in
variHv, OirrantM. G er rte, titrawberriea, A LL
A T J.O IT XA 1 tvK;iiB sun tat whoitSMkie price.
jend for price liw . -. .
, JTOFF tXtOPEE,
- WsUwra, Knox County, X1L.
EVERGREEN "& FOREST TREE
BHEDLINOS, for the Prairie of Nebras
ka. W-e are oiTprtfiir While Ffnr, JtrmirX. Arbor
Vila, tsgt Haiti EirrhScnliino, in lots of 50,
009 or inure, at l,5t per Thwoaand. We
have tbe largest ttock: of Evenrreens ami Forest
Treen to thowert. tsendtmpfir circular. Pamprt-letocoist-jniiis
fell, praeti.-nt and scWiuiit instruo
tions for pr"rxt;iia. handLnz. pluming d man
a?ementof i'wrestlrea-i f vertrrens. nmiledfor
iOcenta, . - . . PLNNKY 4 WKAJ.
21-t ' ' - A Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
GREGORY'S SEED CATALOGUE.
I tasve over sixty acres In Seed on my
ShresSeed Farm, In MrW-liead, i's., where I
have raided over one hundred vari the past
aefon, o.v im-friv ("'t.'"!. I ir-v!-! ciany choice
t- f i i e t-fx i - n r- , As t. oe
UlllMi lam. J'' T Of iiuii m.'it S. ; .;;!, MlU Tteie-
henrt Mamrr-n-ij Ci'c, and ninyntw anl rara
ve Hbl-. 1 i.ivi: tae i ..ronat-e of tl-.e pui..;.!,
tnrU t&trrtntitd t " rji'Tr't-f. c t't'ogiies
pmru to ru. JAX) J, Jt. !';!. JOKY.
fcb-em- ' - .... br head, X asa.
TUe Cera f 3r tlie Zlinizi
TNTRODlfcE to the Com Growers
of Atuerio.ta rc.v vfirity of Field Corn,
own some three yean hy J.--rh I. -.i--'.. two
miles north of llenrv. .Marsha -.1 "onn'r.- l. .''.
marked to him fr-inf:i i.i(--i)t v:.-t "i-ir!y t !-i;.
Corn." The hniiiM of iii-n is-'"' vur.ety nre um
lowsr Fiwt. it n-arar-i tt lea-t two w-ek e;irl!-;r
than onr orti:nsifv var:t-i.e-. 1 1: ere wi'l in many
btaiks stow in a hill, dr:.-e!i:e".iy it v. i.I troauoe
aHeastilpercent mors to ll acre. 1 l'-s jfrent in
cren per acre yearly ia the Cir.-Wl;l ial7tte
the real weA'.vh of our nation to ue uauuuuv ui ii--.-lions
annually. - '
Thisvar!Htvisl--richt velloW. generally 11 rowe-J,
the cob usna'llv covereit ciely at both emls with
kernels: the ears break verv resli!y from the stem;
the husk is verv lisrht and silky, mak-ir.? it very
eswv on the hanU !n hnskinp.- Mr. BiiHi-i Siiys tbat
hecftii husk at least i per cent, more biisn. ;g p-t
davtlmn of the old varieties. Mr. J.I.khI lint lull
hulsked, sbelietl and sold some i hiishcU of this
variety alon with his old cn ; of Corn. 1 he prain
merctiant.s were uname louirnieii.-n "
theold. Hisold varieties, (winstw tne uniavoraaie
.This variety cun oe pinuieu u.i nnin n;
In one hundred days irom
pUntin? it will be completely out of the way of the
early frosts that we sometimes have in this latitude
from ine loin totnesnnui c-pwruji-.. .
irtas early as our little eishi. rowed Ti ork tetate or
v.nVoo tfint Cnn. Tbe stock is rather short, hut
very thick round, with generully a very lanre ear.
this new and valuable variety of t ern, and am pre
pared to oiler it to the CX)RS OHO WEiL-i of A MER
ICA t the following rate: per burhtl (,k. ft ) j.oo .
one-baif bushel, fX'v: one-fourth bushel, f-fH ay
mail, poaUise puid, 4 lb oo. Single tti 30 cm. I o ex
tra etiarsre for boxes or sacks.
sHBt by express or freight as the purchaser may
direct, the money In all caes to aocotnp-ny tne or
der. Address . ASTON,
. H-nry, Mttrthall 'Cbetnty IU.
ft. B.-Pcrsons wfchini? STAR K APPLE SCIQXS,
must send in tueir order lmm!iately.as my stock
is almost exhousted. The EARLY El KLU CORN
V 1U UC i"I HIC -
What the Stark Aprts ts for the horticultural in tor-
eats ine oesi inui uikts ia, vuv x.i . .
one Is tlie lucky may. 23-t
' - ex.
m 3 5
2113 VEHGREEIIS !
FR ORNAMENT, Protection and
Wind Breaks, for Homes on the Prairie,
and Stock In inclement seaeons.
Balsam, Bp race and Korway Pine, to 10 Inches
hKb - - 410 per louO
Arbor Vltae, Hemlock Jk White Pine, 6
to 10 inches hhfh per 1000
American Larch, 6 to 10 inches high per MX)
American Larch. 2 to 3 feet 30 per 1000
Assorted, various Einas.. o per w
European Larch, 6 to 10 inches..
i to 12 per looo
1YE ARC I3XPOKTI.VG OUR
DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
Onr Small Fruits are from dry, elmn, rtoy land.
In the Green Bay country. We hnd tre-s from that
section do much the best with us. We make ninety
percent, ktow, and areswvi shape. Will beaecured
by one of the fi mi, personally, lien taken up. We
ma&e f- a s.tiiiu).
'NO' EXTRA CHARGE FOR
One-fourth cash tQ accompany the order; the
bauance v. u. u.
TtKFFF.RENTKf. President or Cashier Of either of
the banks In this city: or, F. A. Tisdel er Charles
bniith, Salein, Jiebraaka.
Address OH D WAY PATtKFR. .
feb-4m Freeport, Illinois.
VOU WANT MARTHA ! Every
JL jtrnpe grower wants it aa the Lest, most
valuable and reliable
WHITE WINE & TABLE GRAPE
yet introduced to the America n people. In every
way as periectly hardy, healthy, priKjticti ve ana vig
orous in cruwth as the Conoord. from whioii it is a
seedling. It is, liowever, far more rellned and deli
cate in Havor, and ripens ten days earlier. It is
sweet, rich, and sprightly, and eutirely devoid of
the coarsene?ej and acidity that is found In tue con
cord; and deserving of a hislier place amone white
grape than the Uoncoru hoiox anionic oihck ones.
Also, Weehawken, Salem, lielawure, lona. Concord,
llartford Prolific, Ives' SSwtllin?, tYevelinir, Diana,
and fifty other varieties of the moHt valuable nutive
Grapes: also Blackberries, llaspherries. Currants,
Strawberries, Gooseberries, Itheurmrb, etc.; etc.
Send stamps for Illustrated Descriptive Cata
logue or Grapes anu euian r nuts io r
T GKO. W. CAMPBELL.
FRUIT AXD ORA3IESTAE
Grape Vines, etc, for Spring; of 1889.
Wholesale and Kc(aII.
We offer for Pprincrplnntlni; a stock of Frnltand
OrnamenUU Trees, Grajie Vines, c, which Tor ex
tent, variety, vitfor and beauty of gruwth has never
been snrpaised. . ., , ,
"ull perticulrtrs Riven In the following Cat alojraes
lust isMucd, sent prepaid on receipt of lu cents aach,
for Nos. 1,2 -"o. 4 free. 'o. 1, DowTiptive Cat
alosneof "ruit No, 2, Ornamental Trees. 'o, .1,
Gruett Jiouae Plants, .'o. 4, W holesale L-O. ;
ELXW'AXJEU & BARRY,
-It. Hope Kurseries,
11-fim ' Eooliester, N. Y.
PEOPLE S ITUXISEIIIES.
We have a larse stock of the follow! ng articles,
with many others, which weoffer VliHY low tocaxh
buvera. Warranted true to name, and GOOD LN
EVIuKY ItiiSPiXT. , .
AppLp-r Penra, Cherries, Peitcljos, Plums,
tuiuce, ;rnje, ItnMpberripi,
Strn-H herries. lilackhcrricu. lOverereens,
- Ornnniental Trce. Sbrnbs,
Flowers, Fio-werius shrubs, Vc.
We want a good reliable man, who can come well
recommended, to acta; agent for us, In every county
in Nebraska, Kaaurn, MiM-ouri and Iowa, to sell on
Commissioi. or Salary.
. - it. i.
P.OBB t CO
- CATALOGUES FREE!
M. O'KEEPE, SOU z GO'S
CATALOGUE of SEEDS,
AXIS GUIDE TO THE
FLOWER AXD VEGETABLE
,';,;.! gaud ex ron im.
- fPuiiiislied In January.) Every lover of flowers
wishing this new worK, free of charire, should ad
dress immediately M. O KKEFE. HON A CO.. Kll
wanger Hurry's Ilioct, 14icliester, N. Y. lV4m
Flower See&3 and Green
A LARGE STOCK of the Choicest
XI. varieties of the above always on hand;
also Shrubs, Evergreens, Imported Flower Blubs,
for Fall planting.
i'-aJnlncne sent gratis to all sppltcant.
Address 1IE.NKY IdlCJIEf '
29-tol ' 207 N. 2d street, St. Louis, Mo.
NEW SEEDLrNG POTATOES.
Three new kinds, of great excellence,
not tobeficnd In any other cataloirue; areensrraved
and fully described m my nev feel catalocnJe, tent
profiJitnaiL JAH-ta J. If. GRKGOIiY,
febiXm ' - - - - Msrblehead Ma.. -
CONCORD, Norton's Virginia, Hart
ford Prolific, Tela ware, and all other lead
varieties, grown aad for .i!e hy
207 2nd street, BU JLouLs, Ma
: Send for price li. , - 23-3m
', .Plant Choico ZTniito.
TOW IB THE TIME TO ORDER,
il I will send fine SALEM ORAPES hy
mail for S1 ech. Koeers t, W 1. st 5oe each. Kit
tatinny and WiLon's Early lilac-berries at (I per
dozen, bv mail, t'laric Puipberry, f-V) per doa.
Philadeljihia do, 2 on per dozen, all by mail. .
I will deliver the following at Express oilice, prop
erly packed, at tbe following prices: Concord Grapes
5andjl0per hundred. Delaware, Diana, Crevel
inr and Ive's iseedline, 15 per hundred. Salem
Grapes a! 7-1, iSt and ! ) per hundred. Hokts 4, 15,
and 19 at Mper huj'dreo. Fine Roses at 4.o0 per
dozen. Xarshal 2eilKoe (bv m'l) TV eni h.
Address JOILX CIIAKLTO.V,
SMy Boc-bester, N. Y.
QEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osage
O OrariKe ree-i, prime, new, f l. per bushel.
Apple Seeds, Pench Ilts. fror.en. Boot (drafts, Ap
ple, packed, 10,m), fo. Osajre liedi; plants. 1st cL,
l.OiW, lOWtt. 25. PeachHale's Early and other
bewt sorts. Stocks Apple, Pear, pium. Cherry,
ti'.iince, tc , Itoses, Evenrreens, Graries, Dow a in?
Gooseberry," Charles downing Siruwtierry, JUack
berries, liaspberries. Green House lteldin l'lunts,
Dahlias, Iea, itc fcecd l'-c tor thre (Vitaloguea.
F. K. PHOKXIX,
Bloom inetou Xurserv. .
feb3m JlcJ.eanto., Illluols.
PEACH TREES. Craw fords, Hale
and others, fire feet $10 per POO
Pea and Cherry Trees, 1 yr 1st class I "
AppleTrees in variety, 1 yr, 9 feet. 5
Apple Grans, at low rates.
Also, a fuii aiwortment of Xorsery stock, cf all
ape. Bivapif sent at wholetw-e price.
Sneeimen f )rchir-l c ntaius evse 10 boRricj
trr.es of AjyyA I'rtin C-'Ui (Jh'-rrt.
Benii for Price LibU . - Ji.fY evPEy.
Mr. iitooQ savs t.e oure uui u uiur
thirt new variety of Corn for fear that his statement
ii ..... nnwn u a . i' -li litiirw.-' or us a humbug.
t hv- hfmiH r T!lnod s eiitirw lot et bKfc-D
7. C. r n ------
OLD CASTLE IlimS EMES
: c;r?c rnrA, c :tai:id co., t.
. .. Ir7itecetten;Soaof
XVcs-crn r;urscrynnn, -
to their etensive and relwble absort-ient of '
Frnlt Trees Standard and Dwarf;
Ornamental Trees nd S -rubs Deciduous
and Evergree i
Hznall FrnltsCi rarer ncs AU varleUcs;
Rosea, Green House and Bed-lag
, Plants, Balbe, e. ..
Parties wishing SELECT XTJ RSKK YSTOCIt,
elCier for their own planting or to sell again, are re
quested to give ns a call or write for particulars,
enclosing stamps fbr catalogues as follows :
Y " . ...
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals three red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp. .
. . ' Address,
T. C -IlXlYEXL c BE03;
: Geneva, Ontario, Co., N. Y.
COXCOXD ORAPE VISES.
' Tiro Year Old.
. COXCORD GRAPE VIXE3, . ,
Three Year Old.
' PELA WARE GRAPE TIXES,
Txc9 Year Old. ' ' "
PELA WARE ORAPE VIXF,
Three Year Old. '
PIAXA GRAPE WXES, . . .
. , ., Two Year Old. . ....
PIAXA GRAPE VLXXS,
Three Year Old. ' -
CREVELIXO GRAPE 11XES,
' " Ttro Year Old.
CREVELIXO ORAPE VEXES,
S Three Year Old.
- T im Year Old.
TUrte Year Old. '
Two year old vines of the following; kinds
grown'out of doors, from bearln ; vines and
verr healthr. "with strong large roots, and
warranted to moke strong growtii if properly
planted : -
HARTFORD PROLIFIC TOXA. P?RAELLA,
REBECCA. PER KISS, ISABELLA,
RT.ACK IttX. DRACHT AMliER,
CLIXTOX, MAXY OP ROGERS' HYBRIDS,
These vines are on land which, most be
cleared, and wiil be sold . . ,
For qoallty of Vines herelofom sent from
this ursery, rtler to v . w . r urn-
All the leaUn varieties of trees and plants
to be found In a well appointed ursery ai
wnvs on hand.
For LUt of rery low prices, addreaa
K WARE SYLVESTER,
febli-Cm . . ; t , , Lyon, Xtu York.
Western Tress for Veslern
The largest stock of one year old Apple
Trees west of the Mississippi. W cultivate
those varieties 6uited toour western climate.
Oar trees, though only 1 year old, "are very
large and HtroiiejSlJto $ ftt hlh),the very
best size for shipping lone distances, and
transplanted with more ease and safety than
. ALSO, VINES, PLANTS, &C, Ac
SEXP IX)R CA TA LOG VE.
STARK, BARNETT, A CO,
CHEESY HILL KUESESIES.
2-ta-lisW ia 1S34.
DEALERS AND PLANTERS,
will find at these Nurseries a complete collection of
TREES AIJD PLAIITS,
In every department.
Standard Fruit Trees,
Dwarf Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs. Vines, &c.
Evergreens, in ?tctU variety,
Hoses, Cne collection.
Seedlings, for nursery mojtj
Il&re Plants, ifoeutly lw
. '. jmrttxl,
"fUtubarb & Asparagus,
lan Inu uM.tst-vH,
i j V I1UJj-VO.VXjP4 CA1A I4Uvl V I
Iloepf s, 11 rw. T ?,
Wl-HT CUPSTtiV vnn.
111 IK, ERIE CO PENN.
I. A. Plattman Gpranae,
1,000,000 ISatiTC Crape Tlne
.. t - -
For sale, of the best leadinar kinds, jrcaranteed
true to name, an irood as can be found in the Cniti
staten, of one aud two year old. bainpies sent by
mail at 100 rates.
Perl Per l.
l.non.nco Concord, 1-year, No. s.f) f fi. w
SO.nuo Oonrord.3-yer,2o.l,stron(r. 7,ifl . 6.o
10 eM Hartford Prokiic, 1 -year. No. 1 j,U) Tu.iju
2.i)0 Harttord Proline, !-yenr. No. l.l.i) - So.iw
lo) lelaware, 1-year, o. 1 to.W Ju.i
3).iw Uiaua, l-yeax. No. 1 . 8,J Tn.iw
i Oifl Ive's fewi-ne, 1-year, No. 1 . S.iW
lo.i o lona, 1-year, No. lo.n i,m
X.ui0 Israelis : ltt,U laiiO
60.W.10 IsHbella. Cau wha and Clinton, 3
and 3--enr, ftnin? r 5,0H SO.OO
Also a larire lot of 3-year olox, of ail the above
kinds, toeettier with a larva iot of A1irontic,
Crevelln, Allen's lij brid, Kotrer's IlybruJn, Union
Viliace, IKebecca, b-iem, Norton's Virginia, and
Suj.oo RrawherryPlnt stronz, of all tbabest sorts.
).i0 Raspberries and B!-cklbrrW.
lO.niW Currants and ioorerrie.
-j.uuo Yin J-vsar ol- Apple Trees, bert leading
in', t ii per l.), ?; J pr IjM.
lQ.ftTO Dwsrf Prara, 1-year, per l.t
5.WW Mand Penr, 1-year, at i jer POw
K),w Cherry Trees, 1-year old, at fi per 1,000.
ALSO ITAfTI TTVEES. TLVr TPFKS, APt
. COTS ANt4UINC; 4iVsiii-i.
Together with a Urge stock of
Apple fsoedllnjrs; Pare, Plamani Cherry Seedlings;
Aple teed and Pear S1m jirime: tintpw
CutUngs, with Apr. !e GrAa,fur-ed
parties orderinc ef us, can r-ly en bavin? their
orot-rs tilled promptly, a'drec-ivinr ti p-tc!a-vxUK fc
io all rwMcu, thfonlily pekd so it wwl amv
in pood ordr. We pledge oarivea to furnUa as
irood ukk fur their e a.- can te rrht troa any
reliable eat-iiUotimtut Ln ths L'a.led s-it.
TEH5I'-Cash- with oHpr.or one-third caoh, and
baiiuice on tivry, nsCU, X)-
Those orderly wUt please givs plaos, Coanty and.
Ptats-ia full. Trade list sent e application.
AdT9nS. " ' '
L A, rLATTiLVN FPTlAGCrX
H -Cm Lrits Lxie C 4'uan.
' ' obap fv i :t : sh
250,000 dthzVi:': : :'t (!rnr sYinu
; - ALL VAr.IJ.TII.
- ' " r .
Also- h largo sx:k: of
Cnrrartt VlT.tiU an ! CvAllzzi,
;.; G0O31U5ERRIES, HOSES,
KLcubarb, Etc., .
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Semi stamp fbr rr ice list and Essays on Grape
Cuiuire, w .
GRAPE VINE3 FOU SALE.
Plants of Best Quality II
. mlCES MODERATE.
All ths Leading Varieties, such as
CONOORD, CLINTON, T'FT.AWA'RK. TTABT
i'OliD P-iuLIFIC. IVi, NOiiXON ei
and many srsw and r re varieties.
AUGHURICIv, (TYNTITINA, DI
ANA. HAMBURG. MILES,
MOTTLED, MARTHA, ROGER'S
Strawberries, Eajplscrrlc, ClackberrLes,
, of the best Iret Varieties; .
AND SEED POTATOES, '
Early Goodrich, Harrison and
. .Earl j Kosc;
All tho above nf oar own owing; warranted
leauineanaot liivsi utui i.
' .-' Address . -
." TREE PEASTEHS.
If you wish to plant this coming spring, send In
your orders early, and save
THEE PEDLER'S JIAROIN.
A fine stock: of two year old
APPLE, PEAR, PLUM AND CHERRY.
Also Shade Trees, Evergreens, Ornamental Shrub,
and a general Nursery Stock
CONSTANTLY ON HANI),
AT TELE PROSPECT KILL NtTrtSEXIES,
Oeneseo. Illinois, --
J. & E. RICIOIOND, rrasTietsrs.
Jty Correspondence solliifted. -
Tilth. Year. 200 Acres,
GREAT MM NUBSEBIES,
LYOJXS, CUNTON CtX, JOJTA.
Fruit z. Ornamental Trees,
Grapo Vines, &o.,
FOR SPRING 18&0.
We ofTVr for next snrln nlarttinr. a tla axsort-
ment of nurnrv stock, ail ertrwn on nnra niH
mni. mint fiuur-aicea u tie iuy a guoa as rrpre
'For full particular-. snd for oar Catalog-,
Apple seeds, warranted frewh, f 13,00 per busbeL '
Osageseeds, " " li.CO -
Fine Osage riants, f0,00 per l.Oua
Dr. .TOO. E. IZU1IS & CO.
WM. II. LYMAN'S
Illustrated Floral Guido
CATAIHJUE OF SEEDS AND PLANTS,
la now published, contaIn!ntr descrtptiens of over
l.rtM vrltlw of Flower eeds and plants. It is
l.lniiilutly llloxtraUKi with about thirty elegant wood
fiiKi-vliiiraid two beautiful eolored plates, one ot
wkifh wilt bo. the cit-Unl
Ilrs. POEEOCII" Geranium;
colored from nature. In It win be frond de-iltm for
arranging the tiower irarden; toK-thtr with fail di
rections tor tfowine hved. Transplanting. -x. This
work will be sent free to all my CuMtomers. and to
aU ochern, on receipt of tea cents, which im not feaii
the actual cost.
I am amo Introducing to the Public my new Toma
EY'IAIV 2IA3I210TII CLUSTER.
Dr. t. Bice, says: "Everybody nhonld have It."
Thw-Tonmto i a cronn bftwivn a French unknown
variety ai-.d the Leir's I'errocted. ret-ininc the
smoothness and solidity of the latter, growing in
climtprn; eacli stem bearing from six to twelve to
maroes on it. It is jwrfM-ilv amooth and nearly
round, atwut Die Mize of a i;i.!svia appta; eoior of a
roKT pink, anil keeps well ; solid, ba out few seeii,
and is no doubt ore of the bt early vartetien we
have. It la unexceliil for etulii? mw, and in deli
cious for co. king; iittinir very high tlavocni. In
earlinss It excel is the "Keyes Tooito." and rirwmi
tin fmit evenly, aoout ten da-s before ths Early KL
i"Lndoabt'dly the bent market variety of TosruUo
Thia variety was obfafnetl from seed In 1S&I. In
Ia it ripene- lu fruit TiN DAYS before ths Early
PrJCE IN SEALED PACKETS, 58 Sc. EACIL
For niuntrsted cfrcnlar, eotalnlng deecrrptlon,
recomxneixia ; ions, x.,
W3I. IX. Y3ItN
Importer of Seed, Bulbs, and Flants,
AX OLD ESTABLIsniCEXt WITH A
Every Persss CBPrsrwTVea aad PlaBt
' At Tfholesale Prices .
by sr4crts titne ovu; Clu Dep-rtBtea-. . - . '
For prices and; othar Information, address
- u r. nEinE3 '
J and evirywj J
f - ' u - '-""f oi a,i -
'V-i it ' e t-.,i S;t o-
i ... .
- - w of r- -at ii'irxSac-Li. ihLL
Pl-lNTS OF THIS AND 07HT-1 K
East Strawberries i R-spcnf
w- U. Vs
sad other Seed Petateem,
dellverexl at yonr nmwt Pout Otflcs as eWna
you called at the nursery ui person.and
War t an tctll fnul Sf,
PRICE LIST GRATIS.
Zloniclntr, Xem Jtn
Benton County 2Tt2rzzzi:
Fruit Trees or all EIz
ADAPTED TO OITE XP.YIXG CIJifAT--
SIALL, FRUITS, EVEKGEEir?,
of all sizes ; ' '
HAP.DY snr.UT.S, HEDGE PL.INT3,
' ln large or small qnautlries, at
Hhlpments made at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Address, for prices,
JOS. L. Bl'DD CO-
" " i
Shd-Ojur;, Benton Co. Isva
niGHTSTOWN, NKW JETEY.
Pencil Trees and Small rr-i
100,000 Agriculturist and WiLstn sirawberry, it
rl p-r I. ); "o iKr iu.iii '
10,000 Wilson's Kiir;y lJlm-i: berry, at fJpertt;
7j per I.imi.
Peach Trees lt ai ze, jia iio; -) per IJKO; M-ia
x per l'i, ii) jH-r l,io
WUson's Early Blackberry. itiHit ( 'iutlngs,flp;-i
p-r I.imi; f h ier W.il
Kittatinny, 7-3 cw, per l; ft per t,w: pr
AI-SO A ULJ'.tiE AfW)P.TMNT 0?
R a s plj c r ry , El a c Ii. b er ry irz,7
berry, and other Plan!,,
AT LOW E.VTI
nsvin? made the Niimry bixinew ths ml rs
pntion of my !:.', anl j.riciired niy Mock ony
r'lib!e -otircoss, thiw who mar favor ir.e is
thir onlers may de;ieoxl on getting whatUwy ofcai
true to name, and first ij'ial.ty in every rep-t.
Trees and planu jwu ke.1 to carry in suud ir4rr
any ilistam-e. uvl (i-livreil to I-i.imiul Input fr-s-clin:e,
alter which they are at purviner i p-t
tilL, or satisfactory reltreuct must scctniyJ.
teiil yonr orders eerly, and they shall be prompw
ly attended to. For I'ru.e I i-l and p-rticni-r, ;
AUdrvss CiLV.. BA-K.
15-Trn 1 1 Ik i tto w n, 5. 1
AttneSIn ol the '
BIG BSD GT3ADI
Is the place to buy
IXelT,VXT -5. Co.,
Keep constantly on bund a complete uorV
. ment oi
- Soft, BeadtteaJt. Wsriroirt,
Burt ant, Roclint C',
Sorimt Bed. Wuk SlenAs.
What Sal. Hat 8U,
XUcken. .,.- JtiJ-Wi
Bed Ssris-t. Children' Cab ed
OUt end Roieteood Moulding,
SAett, P-Ulew, Pulote
Siipi, ttt., etc
show oases l orncE von
riADS TO OIIDI-Il!
Atwl anytlilns aid everything reo,airedWH
up plain or fncy hoti-. iecplns
AH of tUelr ware Is either rrtnucturd
put up under their special superlntendVaf.
which enables them to sell sound arci
snonllcr jirlee titan Eastern manu-Wt-f1
Is at the service of the pul.Uo at any t!aw'
may be needed, anJ to gotten -pluas nst7
as any Crther enst.
Metalic Burial Cases
of all sizes constintly on hand.
At EuKtcrn irlec
We are dolti? bnines oa
.iriil fr ti t f on tr r-vr- t ' v. Ac t onil t fmH
!enf!on to br.sln." and the w0-
unity, e.cp,x-t in the futnreasin tj
:eive the patrou?e of the poa-s
The EroTmYilb Tronsibr
JT tie n juiaeniSBt -
Crow-trill to the I-alro4Teriiuaf
f ths CoubcII B!T sod St. Josepft iira-
4- TTw1. C4. T?fl
Tws Miles frocu 8ro oi Us sad Norta St7 ,
CoocX Omni'htisses. Cl-ys Ca 'd
CHAKLES NEIDIIAF-T 4 CO
JlaE ui-cture-i of . .
Italian and Aitj:tczditI
Tomb tBeTiii!e. Topa, 2taal
Jlla Street, bet '-vtu. Sth aed 7th.
TXavir ticated rriri-.jnt!y In ..'3 d-,, J
oa h iud sucn a auc. as w ,
aemiUii of iv,
oulhcrni."cbraslia an3 5ex1-
0-tt . ALL W0P.K UJU' ---
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