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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1869)
; TL W. rURNAS, ED ITU It,
To whom all Communications on Agriculture
hould be wWressed.
Select List oT Flowers.
ThQ Maine Fanner, suggests to Its
lady readers, the following list of flow
era of very desirable, and presenting a
very beautiful display of bloom. The
excellence of the selection Is to
commended, and the A?lLy
the Trairies, only repeats our endorse
ment given la.t Januarj'. wouia
that everj- cottage in the entire coun
try had its port h or door-yard embell
ished with one or more plants of this
choice variety. ,
Dianthus qucrtri; a large double
crimson pink bloom from June to
. Dctyldnum birofor grandiflora ; a
lartsnnr of verv large azure blue,
white center blooms. ,
Gcranhtm, General Grant; flowers
ncarlet, very double and large ; trusd
immense size ; a prof use bloomer.
Geranium, -Mr. Pollock; flowers
rich scarlet ; largo truss. The leaves
re wholly covered with rings called
zones: of deep, green, bronze, pale
green, scarlet, and edged with yellow.
Geranium, AmelinaGrixscau ; flow
ere salmon, striped and spotted with
white, as rich as carnation pinks. t
Geranium, Mountain of mow, and
cloth of Gold; belong to the silver
leaved variety; their leaves are splen-
Geranium, compacta ; flower truss,
the most complete known, free bloom
er rich scales.
Geranium, Luscioun ; flowers deep
red, truss large, and petals perfect,
considered the best by some fanciers.
. Geraninm, Mm. Alexander ; flowers
deep salmon, delicate and beautiful in
Geranium, Christine Mianon, EUcn
LindUy, and Zonalet, of the pink va
riety, are extremely ueauuiui.
Chrustine is a deep rich pink.
Chrynantfiemum lanciniatum ; flow
ers very large and double ; the petals
are all fringed new variety.
Chrysanthemum Virgin Qren ; flow
ers immensely large and double ; the
petals all finely quilled and rich.
Act Verbena; flowers striped and
Biottled, of various colors; trusses
and flowerets excocdifaglylarge. The
following are named ; Bird of J ar
adiee, Clara, Fancy Queen, Flirt Hark
away mu uurwcih.
KcwTetunia: Carnation . striped,
cream and purple ; General Sheridan,
marble white, and crimson ; Lieuten
ant General, veined with white crim
son and lilac ; Mrs. Henderson, white,
and rose splendid. .
The new and highly improved
varieties of Achyrantkus and Colcus,
which people know for their dark va-
rlnrratart IaHVPS Clf H dark CHIHOU.
white, yellow, deep and pale green-
all exquisitely beautnui.
-rvitr r.vm nffKf Prairies: isaverv
hard v. ranid climber: flowers scarlet
and crimson; fragrant and very
double. This is the best, most hardy,
and free flowering, sweet sceawu,
climbing rose of yearly blooming ; we
have nothing to equal it as yet. .
nir-mrtia Tsiniimnct&a a new nanii l
ierbaceous climber ; flowers lilac run-
lng into a pale uue ; very large n ,
blooms in April and May; grows six
rf litrrTi wlinllV MVPrftfl Willi nowf
" .' I
era. ' '': 1 ; a ;: !
Cow to Gather and Preserve
: The ladies are deeply interested In
pubject, which we are glad to see Is
. becomlnc more popular every year.
A good healthy ramble in fields or
woods, gathering dainty flowers and
beautiful leaves, is far more in spirit
. !ng and stimulating means of imploy
. xnent than crochet work or poetry
The Maine Farmer again pleases
the lady reader with a little practical
information as to how to do it cicely
and well. i
1. If possible, gather plants upon a
dry day, and protect them fro"m sun
light and wind.
2. Plants should be gathered when
' in flower.
3. A single specimen should be. a
perfect representative of the, plant
jiot only the flower, but bud, fruit, or
seed, all its various kinds of leaves,
and, in small plants, even the root.
With some plants these can all be
represented in the same specimen, but
Kith others it is necessary to collect
p?pinienj both in flower and In fruit.
a if iha T.lant tie small, drv th?
Vrbole, root, stalk, and flowerffJaVge,
- a urauch in nwf)5lrt be pre
eerved ; at anysfTflower -avith thi
leave? -haurt w hh if noKil.le. I
Tttnfa c?trailrt ho thnrttuchl V dried
between sheets of papex-Kld newspa
pers will answer. Two kinds of
Irs are needed in drying them,
namely, folds and dryers. Folds are
simply pieces of paper folded once,
Kke- sheet of writing paper, into
which the plants to be dried and press
ed axe to be put Dryers are large
sheets of tltiek unsized paper old
newspapers will answer used to ab
sorb the moisture of the plants when
being pressed. In changing the
tlants to new dryers which should
e done every other day never re
move them from the folds until com
6. When the plants are within these
dryers, press them between hard
wood boards, using for the purpose a
weight of from 50 to 75 lbs. !
3. When the plants are perfectly
"dried, remove them from the dryers,
and attach them to sheets of white
paper about 11 by 18 inches in size,
and write upon it each the scientific
nd common name, wnen in liower;
where found, soil Its flourishes in, etc
Tt ia vll far imrtieg vhn ripsirA in
collect plants, grasses, etc, growing
n n 1 nrcnoro hlftn Vswhprp mnv h Tirv-
ted, under a proper head, the name of
lie plane, wnere iouna, ume or now-
crlng, aurauon, stem, leaves, no we re,
mmorL-o rmfna. utey in thia wav Ivf.
any become pleasure- instead of a
A Successful Method of Strik
ino Grape Cuttings. W. D. S. of
Urbana, 111., communicates to the
Small Fruit Recorder, the success of a
friend in raising one-year-old vines
from cuttings :
A friend of mine. Rftrr thfl fmst In
"Hia v-pjtr 1SG7. cut ftltout tvi tli(iiisunrl
grape cuttingrs of two eyes, of usual
varieties, including Deleware and Di-
nn f-srwin Rffrr H flmr nn tlio ertnili
tide of au eminence a trench, or rather
m t Ail r a.
iur note atout vuree iee aeep,-ina
two and ahalffcct in diameter: In
the bcttonv of this he put barnyard
manure in an active state of fermenta
tion, well racked un and mixed to the
depth of one foot. After treading this
down, he 6lncd on the manure eix in
ches thick of fine well-rotted manure,
jtuxed with fine Band. The cutting
were then ttlaeed unriirht. the lartre
end down, with the lower bud in the
fciftinira.. The-trench was then filled
t. wii.-h- fin ilirri nnft rwver t!io tmi
ft large pile of of etraw and fresh hore
mauurc was placed, bo as to prevent
. w l , I ' i j k. T .. 4 . f II
" lac proiat)iiuy ui irosu uaiu iu tue
spring the cuttings were taken up and
plantuiL in-tho usual manner, first,
however, placing a small quantity of
well-rotted manure on the bottom of
, tne farrow in.whieh.they are planted.
The success was magical; L never
' taw such year old vines as tliey - pro
duccd that fall. The Dclewares were
Urge and well-rooted, and' fine.
xrom the two thoueand cutting so-
.trusted, we had in the fall over nine
tfx n hundred of the largest best-root
d year-old vines Lever saw..
; Tft&W Tlnilf QHIt M Stated
that irardners in France cutoff the
Etem of thatonuxloG plants down to tne,
firsiUMc ; iifjVrteiviiCjiiappcara
on them, thus impelling the sap into
the buds btlow,the cluster, .which
pushes up! .vigorously, producing an
Bfr of flriwera. When these
lire visible, the branch to which they
belong isls, topped, deirn A thfir
levJ 1 : B35 this l I'ond 'ivet'r e sve
eeVJjV UJ ttplar aielU nLs In
come stout, dwarf busies, not over
irrUtoe,,, infhn hip-n. in oruer iu
SrXnls are stretched horizontally
along the rowi 4 sons to keep the plants
er; In addition to this, all. the a-
fij hnvp nn flowers Whatsoev
er. A k--' AMV - -
,. nlrnr ifT. . Iu thl3,WaV the
V t-i X A " ' - - I
iliroeted into the fruit,
which acquires beauty, eize, nd ex-
ceiicnce, unubtujv -v
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
(SKNEYA, ONTARIO CO., N. Y.
Invite the attention of
Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
Choice Nursery Stock
v.u tm-Standard and Dwarf,
Ornamental Tree nd SMraba-Deciduous
Mm!t FealtaGrarevlaes All varieties; !
Rase, Green Hmm aJBeaaia'
riant, Balbw, Are.
TVrtieswishlne SELECT NTRSERY STOCK,
either for their own planting or to sell again, are re
quested to give us a call or write for particulars.
enclosing statu ps for catalogues as follows :
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps.
PescripUve Catalogue of Ornamentais-inree rea
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C MAXVVKL d: BH(H
Genera, Ontario, Co., X. Y.
-T - - A ;: . . '
rjnL WaltCl? GrapO.
75. Hl 1
Jfo. J-nne year
No. 2 do ...
Nil 1 1 1)
f 1SS fj
'i4S i itX
Two years iwst
7 V LARGE QCAXTITIKH A T MUCH SEDUCED
AVI I AO.
Saccharine Tests for Wine.
At the National Saccharine Test for Wine, at
Hammondsport.N. Y., tkrt. Ssth. lia, the CnWtri
stood in saccharine matter H Mtw ! 101
ii. f..w.. iii Tlii. tct wiim rimilp with 17 omicos if
j rr t t 1 1 r. a'" . 1 ...... - - -
the Walter, somewhat froten, to 2i ounces of each of
the other varh-ties.
Next moriiinK theSniennteiident, Clerk, and one
of the Pirectore of tlie l'la.aut Valley Wine Co.
(the parties whocondurted thetf'st the day before.)
to witisfv themselves of the merits of the "Walter"
by an eviual trial, tested 17 ounces of loua from the
same lot that wor' u?et ilm day before, and the
s!wThftnrm-UT stoi uttn inewinrpr nentinf? us.
Il.-ul 17 ounces of the lielaware and Catawba been
pressed equallv hnnl with the M'attrr, thHr skins
anlcfutres belitK arid, the Delaware would ht;;g
Mood lower and the Catawba pnportinMj f,ow
the Delaware. All the other van t.. ni1!f b
lower than those enumerated i . . v
There bad beenca-fji raj, .j tJamp we.ihr
n the eot1on(fire the Vtiff'rrr "W its comietlt-
Vini t Hnnimorid' - t anrf alonir the lakes.
"tm iiun hMm Imt.Luie rain ourinir the sea
sondry sail and weather toc-tag necesiary for the
perfect sweeteiiintr of grapes. ' , '
A committee ol the American Institute Farmer S
Club, In a reeport of Sept. 22. 1868, printed tn the
Kew joriBenii-uiinj inuunrui nfiiuino.anrr
rnnrlude the V'altrr will be a valuable rrape In the
of Lake Krie: in wwivrn New "iork. on the slate
soils of western Pennsylvania and wherever else
aativ grapes are aueessrully grown.".
isttrr frruK Charm WhoUn,
- , t'omiiH w uic
VlSITAKD POIXT, TIP Co., X. Y1
' Mm IS. IftfiL I
Dka Siaa: Yours of the lth I am In wetptoC
In m hU'h toii ask it I have anvobleetions to sendins
vou. for publication, the facts I am aequaisted with.
in relation to trie cnaracwr tn ne n autr 'traps,
h.i-s iwror tndorud the rharfu-ter or nsefulnesa ol
r Irux m iktlicr art icl of inv descriotion.and would
not at my present stage of lite were It not for two
reasons wuicn seem suuicieni. first, i anow in
throuKhout the comito'.cauvd by the worthlessnes
In most localitieai of many of its predecessors. Sec
ond, because I cun sjiy from personal observation
that the Walter Is the bent variety I have bad any
n . 1 . 1 ..... ..... M.tfu,tm&i1ul ti iM fvl i r tr lliom
ail Rflfl mill ill; WW Unni i,tt win-viu iii inn .
1 n .1 . Ky. ... vinAvanl rarifttM- f am interMtpd in
HUt'ttllll. llll .UV ..Ml. u. rrw..... n ..... r. -
each year as the vine (rrows older, belm last year
fully one-t bird larcer than It was two years ago. It
rows well ; sets fruit welL I have seen it ripe sev
1 . 1 V. . t h. fMiif nf rha Il'.j .mmlwirfil
eral times Deiore uaruoru, ana t nave mver seen
any mildew ix iw fntl tf vn iu htrpm attd thk, but
iw.1i.MM iVimimI folinee. The flavor of the fruit I
think superior to any otler variety. You say tn
your circular tt waseeonnn 01 tne jeiaware ana
1 iana: I think the character of each of these varie
ties is quite msunfruixnnoie in me n aurr, panicii-
laiJ. ff t ll I kllflWMMl. T IklMfl think ft .'f Jl tH
w. .. I. A n'i .... tllirh .hflMPllir T ll.V'A Vleitiul It
annually since it hint bore, six years apo, three timei
iu Ulster Co., N. In a low valley, where the Isa.
bella seldom ripens, and each time it was fully ripe
lH . I I,.!.. UMI ll AAllh Aflh. tllMAnA.1 ..
rin ia PoncrhkeeriKie. rinciimtr at the R&me time.
excepting last year, when he constitnt rains pre
vented all varnttes irorn maturing at their usual
time, but it perfected its fruit by the middle of Sep-
have wen and eaten, which were pood. From its
snoredinir in the low vallev and tenacious clar ot
Moiiena, ana wo m nry sism-y postiioa n
PiunrhL'iM.iviiu 1 11: ink' ll. .111 1 1 wl-Ii aA.Li-J Ml in LhS
varitKl sections of our country. Vou niny make
whatever ue of these opinions yon d-em pnier.
. '-m. fill 1 t T. H " I 1 b T I.' X-
FERRIS & CAYWOOD, v
I'oaphkwjiMc, N. i .
PEACH TREES. Crawford's, Hale
mid oUtent. 5 fe.e.iI.cl..-At. JSifl tier 100
Same varieties, Kto-ky tn-t-s '. H to 7 per ,(
IViir and cherry Trees, i yr 1st cuiss, i. per iw
" . " " 2 ,fr vr., extra: V per l
Apple Tuns, 1 yr., KCU-cted, 3 ft- 5 pr loo
" " 40 IHT M
.... " S to 7 ft 1"0 ler M
Apple Grafts, mostly winter varieties er M.
Clinton tJraoes .2 veiirs. well rooted t tier
tiM-ord Oraiies, i veiirs,xtnk...'.JtAk.'.-lA per hl
Delsware(irHps,2yeiiri, extra 3 per lrti
IKoittile ltasoerry, nis - iu per ..
lMllaielphia 8 per 11
Kltunnv lthickberry, wUl rotted.. t per ion
Wilaou 'Blackberry, wed rooted 8 per luu
Also RverRreert Roaes,
and a general assortment of Nursery Ktock, includ
ing Plums. Golden Dwarf Peach, Quin,es.Graie9 In
variet v. Currants, Goosi'berriijs, St rawkerrlws, A LL
AT LOW HA TES. fctij:loseiit at wbohal rice,
bend lor price lisL
JTOFF A- COOPER.
- Watajta, Knox County. 111.
VIEW SEEDLING POTATOES.
I Ii roo new kinds, of preat excellence
t . . a. r. a, ; a,. . . i. S
l ISC iintfi tffl F
Mid fully rtetTHel
n ny n-r ca?ilcnic tmJ
gran ft wL
J AMKS J. H.jKUKY.
CEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osapre
kJ Omnee St-el. nrlme. new. $15 ter ttusliel.
Annie Se1s 1stf.h litv rmt.il iinm nniHi. An-
'iw. puoked, lo.ioi, 7i Of aj; llii' liUit. ls .,
.K t : li'.om.fii. lVeJi-'Hi' l'-irly anlrlti-r
let sorts, st. x-ks Apple, IVur. l'lum. Cherry,
Uuinoe,.tc lM!s, Kvurveiis, inip-s. Downing
NH-brrv. nmr)ea rtTiios HirnwtxTry, iiiacK
lierriw, 1 uLsptimiK.l4n-tuirse liwwaiur l'lants,
Duhli;a, tjnes, &c iM'ud lite, lor three Vthgus.
Bloom incton Nursery.
f?b2Vr.m r r Klean Co lUknotr.
vT I have over 3lxty acres In Reed on ray
fciS Hei Farms, in Murtdehead, Mass where I
have raised over one hundred varieties the pat
season, ail jtrrferJty U'JctUtl. I imptirt auanv choice
sts f.m the best Kuroitean irrowers. AVi" the or
iciiiHl introducer of the Hubbard Squash, Marble
hed Mammoth Oilihnne. and rnanv pew ? Ttre
eirt t.stiiwi.i i..rUi- uUuiiaa-j4':'rftJUiLijk
.Nl.t varruuhd Id le tin rrn-rxtntil . f Vrr.rVrijm
'""'"". . J,1.UJ,1 j. jl. ; it hiLUl
y - ... r
flit. -wm-r-r '-'J ' i '
ERIE, ERIE CO PEX3I.
X. A Plattman & Spragn
l,000,OCO Jfatlve Grape TIne
Inn- to name, its Koort m can be found in the V nltwl
Htates, f crx and two ywol4 BftHipiwseuvuy
i rr iw cs www
1 Hart lord Proline, 1-year, 3 o.l
IdU Hartiord Ifolific, S-vear, 110.(
liutn lHIaware. 1-year. Jo.
j,ih liana. l-"r, "o. 1 ... wo
lo,tn ion, i-j oir, M.m
a. jji isrse; ia. ...i,
..lVW --:- ' km
Also a 1r?re lot of a-yenr olds, or all tne aoove
klnte, togeilier with a lne lot of Adirondac,
fweliiig, Allen's Hybrid, Koper's Hybrids.. Lniow
Village, Bebeccw, faieni, Norton's irgiia,
5iw!I) Strawberry Plants strong, ofall the best sorts.
rm,( Itaspberries and Blnctstjerries.
ium Currants and OomsbiTies. -jh,jt
Fine 2-year old Apple Trees, bert leading
kinds, at 12 rr U, flOO per 1.IMX
10.0(10 Dwarf Pears, 1-year, fat per 100.
S.fttt Siand Pear. 1-year, at ier Iff.
lo.ouo Cherry Trees, 1-year old, at fit per lwo.
rr.Acn trees, wa?m trees apri-
Together with a large stock of
Apple 5!eetllinirs: Pare, Plum and Cherry Seedlings;
APPe !smj wnu.j'. : V ...
Orttings, with AppleGraOs.furutohed
Satisfaction Guaranteed. '
... . t Mi, iin Hftvlni? their
. '., ,, r . I ..ulr no HkI KtllCK
in all respecw, thoroughly packed so it wiUarri e
. In good order. We pledge ourselves toV
p(od stock for their age as can oe wu
reliable eraabHsluuent in the I nited Slates.
tvh Msirash with order, or one-t b Inl cash, and
balance ou aenvery, or v v. . i
The ordednc wSU lease give place. County and
I Mute in ran. 1 raae i is, bcw vm "-" ;
Address. a rLATTMA?l7 A ppKAflTJE.
UJtm Erie, fJe v rwin.
T?OR ORNAMENT, ProtecUon ana
. - -
I1 win it rkkiVil nr Homes on the Prairie.
and Stock In lncnent seascas. -
Balsam, Spruce ad Norway Pine, C to 10 Inchf-j
high..J! - : 1 m P 1000
Arbor Vitae. Hemlock A VThiU- Pit. ,
American IjutcIi, to W inches hlgb.r.. ' ! p JJJ
Atnern Jiftron, iwi im-- -
I European Ireh,6 to 10 inches -.. to 12 per ioou
.WE ARC IMPORTING OUR
DIRECT FROM EUROPE.
rn Small Frnlts are furtra drv. clean, etojf hmrt,
. . . .. j ' ... i-., Mntv u'.tiiul i hm f rrm that
nection do much the best wit h us. We make ninety
per cent, grow, ana are rooo snape. wmw ww "7
by one of the firm, personally, wbentaken up. e
make ; VAiwjiJa a peciatiy.- f f i
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR,
. . BOXIXQ. .
S3 One-fourth cash to accompany the order ; Oie
KEFFKiiENCEf. President or Cashier of either ot
the banks in tins cuy: or. r. a. isu-i w
Smith, t-alem, Nebrka. .tj.to
Address OKDWAY PARKER. .
fcbS-Mm treeport, Illinois.
If yon want a good article of Nursery Stock,
Grape Vines, Carrsnti, Goelerrles,
Strawterrles, Cnerrjr Tree, Peael
Trees. Evercreens, and
r. t.' t l xr k t2 nmvnvillA.
with many others, which weofler VMtlwtorash I
buvern.- Wammten true to nwie,,nvyy x
(Tirrrtes? Peaeliea, PImm,
riii. , 1 -. c, ... - - - - - .
StraWberrlen, IHaekberriea, kverreBa,
Ornamental xreea, smrsssi - i
Flo went, Flewerlnc shrubs, &c.
We want a rood reliable man, who ean come well
recommenaeq, IO acian agen mr un, in every wamj
In Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, to sell oa
- ' Commission or Salary.
R. lb RORB At CO..
IMro-tf Bloominrton, 111.
4m-tf Bloommgton. 111.
FUUIT AIVD OltWAMESTAI.
Grap Via es, ete, for Spring of 18G9.
Wnolesale and Retail.
We ofler fbr Spring planting a stock of Fruit and
AraiimMitftl TrpM 44rTMk VinMI Jbt whloh for ex
tent, variety, vigor and beauty of growth hat never
Full particulars given In the following Catalogue
lost issued, sent prepaid on receipt of 10 centt eacb,
for Noa. 1,2 A l-Ka 4 free. No. 1, DescripUve Cat
alogue of Fruit. No. 2. Ornamental Tree. No. 3,
Green House Hants. No. 4, Wholesale List.
ELL W ANGER & BAB. BY,
tt. Hope Nurseries,
U-6m " Rochester, N. Y.
NURSERIES OF W. F. IIEIKES,
AX OU ESTABLISHMENT WITH A
Every Pereea e Procre Treee ma Plaate
At Wholesale Prices,
by ordering through our Club Department.
For prlc9 and other Information, address
V. F. IIEIKES, '
Plant Clioico Fruits.
MOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER.
1 I will scud fine SALEM GRAPES by
mail for SI earn. Koeers 4, is, t at sue each. Kit
tat inny and Wilson's Karly Ttlackberriea at fl per
, doien, by mail. Clark Kaspberrv, fiW per due.
Fhiladeiphta do, fioo per down, all' by mall.
I will deliver the following at Kxpress oftioe. prop
rl v nnrkod At the follnwinir t,rirw . inw,r.l Cmiuic
and Mat fJUper huiKired. Fine Koses at tLM per
Addresn- JOHN CHAttLTON
PONCORD, Norton's Virginia, Hart-
I i vr.i i nr. Tieiivue. and all otiier load-
varietk, grow. aid MIOlKL,
N. 2rf street, SU Luuia, Me.
.Send fir price UsU -wtnl
I TATT" i CTT TltF.F.R nrawfords. Hale.
P .H others. lire feet $10 Per 100
Pear ail 3ierr- Tn-es. 1 yr lt claei U "
AppleTrees In variety, 1 yr J f(ti 6
Apple Urafls, at low ratev
ALso, a full assortment of Nursery stock, of alt
fif. Unmptm sent at wholesale price.
.. Slecinien tlrvhant contains over XtitK bearing
trees f.l" Ai4 l"ntr and CAt.
S -in! for rrk IAsU JiOEE A- atOPER. ,
febll-ant Wnttya, Km-t OoMny, 1VL .
riowers, Seeds &. Green IIousPlamt
A LARGE STOCK of the Choicest
1. vnrietlea of the above always on band;
aleeKhruhs, Kvergreena, Iniported Flower Blubs,
for Fall planting.
Caaalosaea fcent gratis to all applicants.
AUUnM lirSKY MJC11EL,
anr 3d st reel. st
GARDS, BILLHEADS, CIRCU
L.1K3. at the Advertlfgr Job Offloe.
TOR . PRINTING, in one or more
tf 'TH.lors, promptly done at the Advertiser
Job V Jit e.
! audftrtper hunrtreik m-laware, Diana, Crerel
ing andtfva's eVMling, f 15 in hundred. alem
Grapes at fC.V t-') and Ami ixt hundred. Riip-ers 4. l.'i.
TJNDERHILI ' & EATON, j
Commission Mcrcnants, j
No. 2 City Buildings, St. Louis,, tyo
SeronJ Matronal Bank St. Ix)nls, Mo.
Allen, Copp & Nlsbet St. Lonia, Mo
Branch State Eank of Iowa IK'buque.
Jolinrton & Bacon, Bankers Ft.Mailison.Ia.'
Imac Kcnrrit & Co., Alton, I I-
Blalr A Atwool Alton,
I In BoutLern Nebraska, Atchison and Holt
VOSZttJf iH-O.y r mo
REAPER AND MOWER.
BEST IN THE WORLD ! ! ,
' A L HO '
Paiitoh Cupper Plows !
THE BEST FLOW KOW MADE!
T ii ta
T ntailed at s price within the reach of all. This
Machine uses a straight needle, makes the Uck
8Utch (alike on both sides), hus a sell adjustinc; ten
felon, and can do every variety of sewing. It will
hem. fell, bind, cord, braid, seam, nnllt, tuck, ruflle
j ' .v. .' . ...-b- u-oll nil sillc. 1 1 11 I'll.
IKIMl rilHH . Will n('--. J ' - - - - ' .
woolen or coUoo goods, with silk, linen or cotton
t n e
Warranted for Five Years
A a ti ....vni;. ii-strt Hnlntj n&rta of
the Machine, in case of accident It makes precisely
Hir MFMnH Will IMS OUUIMIil " 'VU I -
son, Howe and Florence Machines. I t has the under
feed, like the best ol ntgn pricea mucnuira, "
only tow priced shuttle machine in the market that
nas ion ieeu. wc n- ,
KhuUle Machine at a very low price, on account of
Its simplicity, and consequent low costoi n.'
lUT'ng;. lU tUUlI ISUU Win wsasas
We wish to arrange with Agents, male or female,
. " . A. . .. i.. uh.ittia Machine
In each State, Oouutv aud Town in the Lnitcd states
Agents, for full particulars, as to salary or Com-
mission, auurvw. . .it
G. V. IfAndrews, -
General Ascent, .
.. Uetroit. MTcJi.
X B.ror the lenetit of our agents we have ar-
rauirect witn iKiriies wno ii .i......-....
Sewine Machine Agents to sell. ' We will send ttock
z". . r..n .LLn nn mfuminf nne red
stamp. Addrew O. V. N. Andrews, General Acnt ,
Fir-Ht St., U rowivjlllc, IcTrsla.,
r & - 1- i. Ill:
AND A PERFECT MOWEa
ALL CX)MBlKED IN ONE.
J. I. CASE & CO.'S
WHITEWATER AND BAIN WAGOMr
WE SELL ALL THE-
RIARSII HARVESTER, HODGE & STEl'IIEXSO, JOIIXSO..
ILIRRY, JOll.' II. MAXJ5Y,
SAMPLES ON IIAND OP
AtvriA o1 caa no cm? WA rmOMntxV, trt STllt.
rilrv liv th Um.! tliiMfukvinf frplihtA
V J Jws" t m w - -r
iu tneir season.
first sr.; unr maix
V S-T .. '
rro THE WORKING CLASS.--
I am now prepared to furnisn au
with constant employment at their homes, the
vnow ""t"ni, LiTC" vmVTinM to K
toer eA-eiuntr. "ia eai (v earned by persons of ciUier
sex, aud the boys ami Kirts wrn nwr y as
mei. tin-iit inducements are offered those w ho U
csevoisinuir w jioib hub; w
every iersuuuu imo -T- --
adUrtri and twt Uic business for Vlieiuselves, I malv
the following unparallelled offer: To all JJo"
well satisfied with the busiucss, I will send f 1 to py
ft,r the trouble of writing ja. 111 particulars,
i Bt rrto S.imnles sent by mail for
1 J k Al. ' "'.,..: Adtireas K. U. ALL!
Pera Livery Stable.
.:t.r.-j .: i : - Dealerln ...
AJl Iiul of Stock. '
Horses Bought,- Sold, or Exchanged.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLES are stocked with good ITorses and
but'sries. Persons wishms? conveyance io anj por-
tion ol tne seniaiia x. ""- ,
Peru & Brownville Coach.
w ci.i.Iai nnn. mnrnlnf t 10 o'clock A,
M. .lMssensiOT or pai-Kaves snin .,,. .. .
dors left with th I'ostmasiers will be promptly ai-i
tetiuea to. r - - r
I.Ot'K .sTlTClilftEBSlliE FEED
THE ONLY ONE
.r. sowinc In More thn oue
VliNIV W J c
Fastening all Its own Scams,
nrrTTTniTT ,f7TOPiATe TUB MACBINK
OR TURN ISO THE CLOTH.
It TJ3ES and WASTE5 LESS THREAD than any
other, ana whicohiukhiot
holding the ends of the threads
Warranted to Sew Heavy or Fine
GOODS EQUALLY AS WELL.
OVER 5 0,0 0 0
, , MACHIiTEU SOLD SINCE 1S61.
jfcB-ScndfoT Eepr.rts 'an4"C1rcriIars." ' "
CPLulXT, General Agent,
Gia NOHTH FOURTH. ST.,
&r. lows; jro.
J. XV. HENIEKS05J,BrowvUle, MeV.
- a '
TTAGOXS i MADE! . - --
- FOLLOWING . MACHINES ; ; .';
;AXIUA itaiuJa A 4. LA ltti
ALL. t M-tV CHINES ,W
VfHl S.TS CC.Tl UXxil TT? i Pl-'j 1 Wft ItflV CkWT Ttlft
A fall suvrjfv of klmls nf Karni Miichinerv
nil Jiiadsol Farm Machinery
. - - t
-J- ' 4 T .
a, : .
A. Tisdel, JrM 5 Co.,
- atlaxtic, browxville:
. h.m.i R.bt: 1.18436
; Wt7.r ." : '
Great Faff cf 13 American Institute
' In New Tbrk; Oct. Z, 1.S67
And Tfiihest rrcmlnra for Ecsl ,
At Paris Exposition, July, ISC? ,
' Tlih ncti!ne Is contrurte4 on a new prihoiple ot
mechanism, possessing many rare and valubie im
provements, having been examined by the mt
proronnd exiierts, and nronouneed to be sauplitity
and perfection combined- ..... .
The following are the principal objections urged
against sewing machines r
, I. Kxcessiv CiUku to the operator. ...
1 IJabiUty to ge Wt of orui-r. ....
3. Kxpense, trourMe, and loss of time In repairing.
4 Incapacity W sew even urauiimun v. mu.u...
5. Disagrwable noise while in operation.
TJie Empire Setting Machine is Exempt
m -WW t 1 S T A
f rom au incse uojecuuns.
It has a straight Needle, Perpendicular Action,
makes the Iock or Shuttle fctitch. which wiil neither
rip nor ravel, and Is alike on both sides; performs
with cotton, Unen or silk thread, from, the coarsebt
to the nnest numoer.
It Hems, Fells,' Binds, Braids, Tucks,
Quilts, Plaits and Gathers.
As .t Family Sewing Machine, it b.ns no superior.
Special attention is called to our new Improved
No. 2 & 3nnufacturlns UacLlnes
ThDv' ! IvMn tfcnrrincrMv tested on everv des-
L cripuoo ot uioia snu vcm i uur . n oxa, nuwmiB
fetesoi Power at the rate of . -
? 1 1,300 Stitches per ZHnute,
er Miuuie Machine imiw In use; thestitch is tisjht,
uniform and beautiful ; they are simple in constrnc
tion, easily understood, and not be liable to Ket out
Ot oruer, run iiginaDU-areciim!nri.i-i.j' uiwc..
For Tailoring or leather Work weclaim that they
ar not oaly equal, but macli sujwrior to any ot her
martune that Las ever been oH'eretr to the public.
Empire Sewing Machine Co., N.Y.
VTEUJi A RICHARDSON,
SI. Joseph, Mo.
General Agents N. W. States and Territories.
J. S. Schcncll, Agent,
We have on hand a large
S T A P L E "IfD
To "which we are rnakins: co
we are celling at Prices as
the Mississippi . - . - .
In th'a Quality ; cf our Goods
FLOUlt OF THE MOST
HIGHEST J,t A RILET
I m j mom & ammRWfc
Y-A N K E E
And; every other kind of Goods
Whenever yon are in
Corner Jtlaln and Second Streets
7 No. 43,' Maiu Street,
f"n::'';;.g:;:::,7 ' 2
V GR0VER,&, BAKER'S
.: . , . tins? t-RZUlVU -
EXtAOOCICf DUTCH "
family sEv;i::a -machines
473 ilrodtcaii) ,Vi Yttrk .
Points of Excellence.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch,
Perfection and. Simplicity of Ma
chinery. . ,
Using both threads directly from
No fastening of seams by hand and
no waste of thread. , .
"VHda rane of application without
change of adjustment. .
Th seam retains it3 beauty and firm-
nee a after washing sxw ironing.
Besides doing all kinds of work done
rarhinps. these Ma
ny ume i-' """p, f T-V t i
chines eevvte the most beautiful and
permanent Embroidery anaoniamen
W The Highest rremlnms at all the fairs
and exhibitions of the United States and
Europe, have been awarded the OroYer Ba
ker Htju tng Machines, and the work done bj'
them, wherever exhibited; in-competitlon. "
ara- The verv hfirhest prl'te, Tfn rr mf
tht IrfM or Bri was conferred on the
representative of the Grover A BakerSewlng
Machines, at the Exposition Unlverselle,
Paris, 1367, thus attesting their great so perl
orlty over all other Sewing Machines. .
W. A. POLO CII, Agent,
BKOWNVILLE, 2f EB.
and well assorted stock of
TAIJCY GEO CTEHIES
nstant additions, asd which
low C3 any House west of
WE DEFY COIIPETITIOIT.
rssr? Ttn f"f nn r j r 1
PRICE PAID FOR
kept In a Western Store, which we will
Town Call and See Us!
REAL ESTATE AG -Tt
FOH SALE TH2
HEMAHA UIID DISTE: fj,
Ralney & Lewis' f tTt
1 House on Main street, a y-u.
2 Honaes on Richards strwta ; tiro jX
1 House on Nebraska 1 S or i Ua
HotiseaiKlkXoo corner of at ci iifv .
street; m -wx!jf
House and 5 lost near repot Gnwu, -j
Xehrusk Trunk ilr vI7!'rf
irood cellar; fine garden; $jy worJt
tree and a hmha4iTi the nia-., ti
take a span of No. 1 Wse or muumL.
trade, at market price.
A No. I Erlrk V., 7 Roorna. 1 j,
bustnean part o tbeCltv. ma wt
. Frloa Xer ais eae. .... Wrt
Honae arid two Srftfon JTa'ni'j, jS--v-..
plaatrcd", RooU wet! and itaWt, Wk?
oCered for the small sara of tlj!tu,
Honne and one lot for sale. Hoq, w w-
f lnstered and near basiness Ban w
Hotrse and fror npfrndid ito,jloV?
dn fenefsl fine view of arZ?r
non.se and two lots on Water Btrwt
Block from Main rtreet, tor $19,0. a C
EUof See. 32, T. 6, R. 14,320 aerc
tlJ0 down, rmlanee. In 1, 2 and I yart t;
cent. No. 1 prairie; good vatr
Umber. A bargain. 9 miles from th i 7.
918 Acres No. I Oek Timber Land w.i
IJ miles of Asplnwail, at J.J0 per acn.
130 Acres of Bottom Land within la"tf
Pern, on the line of the Trunk R. &
and dry. 2d bottom. $1240 per aer.
80 Acres open prairie near London, Z
SO Acres near St. Frederick at EyTc.
Nw i Sec. L T. 5. It, 14, 1 aerta. sal
water, splendid land, rrlce 114.
Nw M Sec 12. T. 5, R. 14. l Asric ti
stream of water In toe county, 4 m?i it
000 Acre of No. 1 Land. Good steek k- t.
Running Water and some Tim bm &
place. On the direct road toTom4, 1.
atrioa, and the Blue lUvert, an4 d.mv
west of Brownville 13 mllta. AU la
body. Town S, Rane 13. At T-t fm un
600 Acres adjoinlns tlieaonve. CVlcLwi4;
Water and Timber; 11 miles of RrovsO
west, at $10 per acre.
1 Acres splendid second bottom Wad;
nine miles of the cUy.eruWJio' th3c
ha river, for $l,lu0. t
IT Acres near Tng'a Bride, atss bS
rrocn town, for $1X.
1 SO Acres, eight and a half miles sf ihs a'.,
tor SiWJ. , , . . ,
386 Acres of Lonl
300 acres fence.! and under erilvaiiiJ; 9
acrra Tlin?er; two House on thaFm;
f.eivld .siuek Farm ; at $15 per acm Jwa
liberi!. . - . ..
North East onarter of South Kant qnarUr rf
Section 4. Town 4. 1 tan sen 14.
Sooth East iuartcr of Sottth East ooamr rf
Section 4, Town 4, lCane 14.
North West aaarter ft ii- East quart rf
Section 4, Town 4, llaug.
IS) Acres, nine mfles fron. rownHi.ss
west of ernan a nry, en tne n m um
Brownville and Ft. Kwamey iUilr"ad,tt
bargain. i-'W down, the rest oea,l
and three years time.
13) Acres No. 1 Prairie Land, food wtt;i
$0 per acre.
40 Acres in Section 9. Township 4. Ka B
40 Acres in Section 2T, Township 4, B"!,11
North-East ijnnrter S'ftlon 5, T'lj'
RariKe 11, lod acres ; acres broks, f
and a hnlf story h.iae 14x2f. krw-a
pond well at the door, ators wn tm aw
pliK, at acres of Tlmiier, fut HA- o
2T.2 Acres Houth West Quarter MrUa A
Town 3, Itaxiee 1, and Lots i and :
tion IT. Town i. Ranire l 4'$ bi1
Aspluwali. Splendid prairies. tS
180 AereitinTown3,Rangel4. ' 0
640 Acre near Balm, at Ntnraln.
100 Acre In Section II, Town X
IW Acres In Section 5 Town 3, lUngs IL
40 Acres ia Sect loo afl. Ton t, Ttmmf
South half Sectioa 2i. Tow k RC
ISJ0 ocres.isd aeres of timber, best l"
in I'awnw county. spleodid atraata ,
ter runMnj through the atore. r!J7
around. $d pet acre, aallaa C rttw
East ha!f of South West quarter of
2), Trrwn 2, lUriire IL 1 , j
Soutli Kastrpiartifof Ronth Westsaarw
Section 17,Town I. Range IL ,
North West quarter Beetloo (f,Town X
North West Jt North West qaartw Se"
28, TuwnU. Uasge II.
180 Acres with some TimWv ad a til
. opened on Uie ilacKpK;udid 1'rair1.
l&QH Acre of No. 1 eholee PrafiI'
. with Ht dtfe liow broken around
tln; within .nemiloofthesor'TW'Tir
of the Nemaha Valley R.R.; i
sortlof Lincoln, within 7 ,Ji
mill and the town of Ittrobe. n?jTI!
miles N.W. of TccnmJi 3 iI"
330 Aerea. A piece of land what J
the Illinois settlement eisjht n,,l; ..T-r
Tecunveh. miles of I!roBtl. t
acre Tfrboi:red onry fr
tnat win want more, in on -1
neigliborhoodn In the County. 'L-rfis
dirt. MSpleuded water" o "
m Acre in Town C RaAee :
1 Land; runnini? watter ore th" p is
mile north west of TeeuTnseh-f 4
farms around the pittee ; a the low
$3,00 per acre: .
Acres out of Section 33i Town X Hang
at $5 per acre. o
SO Acres No. I rralrf&
900 Acres In Town ft, Rang 1
H thr place: -' !
i.-.. i!U.f ytrina.
1B0 Acres with snlem
r-1 r. water thnMiirh
11x3.; A acres broke lut yprins
OF "' 1
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