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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1869)
IU W. FURNAS, ETJITOIL,
To whm all Commnnications on Agriculture
wboukl be addressed.
American Pomological Society
tlr. JL W. Furnas:
Dear Sir The next regular meet
ing of the American Tomological So
ciety M ill be held in Philadelphia, on
Crossing Different Tarlctlcs cf AGniCXXTERAIs ITOXS.
T. C. 21AX7ELL.& EIIO-
In the first place let us select for the
two parents, two varieties of wheat
that possess between them the pood
qualities that we desire to transmit to
theironsprmpr. viz : hardiness to etana
the winter, strength of straw, resist
ing the midge, and a good quality of
m a a l a i - a r -1 -1 J
be possessed bv one or tbe other of the
parents. llaviDg elected the pareent
Elants, the next thin? is to keep tnem
ealthy, and have them completely
under control ; to retard the one, and
to forward the other If necessary, so
the 15th of September, 1SG9, and you
are hereby specially invited to assist In that both plants shall come into flower
furnishing information upon any point exactly at tne same time.
that may appear to you important,
connected with the objects of the So-
ciety by the promotion and gather-1
Ing of pomological knowledge.
You are particularly invited to make
notes from time to time of the period
Sunposincr that the plants have now
arrived at the proper stage for operat
ing, and that the operator is well pro
vided with a .powerful magnifying
glass and a very delicate sharp-
nointed instrument. let the cover
ing to the embryo fruit be forced
open and the male organs carefully
of blooming, the period of setting, of cut out from the female parent plant.
Coloring, ripening, &., &c. of any and
all fruits. You are also invited to
note any disease that may appear, its
Iriod of attack, general appearance,
' length of duration and results of in
These, with such other items of
practical observation which you may
consider likely to subserve of valuable
aid to the Society, you are earnestly
Invited to forward to the Secretary, F.
R. Elliott, Cleveland, Ohio, on or be
fore September 1, 18C9.
You are also invited to send samples
of any new fruits that you may have
. or can obtain, from time to time, as
they ripen during the season, to the
raid Secretary. Such small package
samples will be transported by most
of the Express Companies free of
charge, by explaining the object to the
M. P. "WILDER, Tres't.
F. R. Elliott, Sec'y.
From the Secretary of the American
Pomological Society, we have received
the above, and give it publicity by
publication. We have consented to
make a report for Nebraska to the
coming meeting, and will be obliged
for any Information the friends - of
Pomology will furnish us.
'- RTrbrxuSizi. Fn f r.
. The Nebraska State Fair will be
held at Nebraska City, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday, Sep
tember 2Sth, 2W.h and. 30th, and Oct.
1st, 1SGD. Competition open to all
States in the world.
The Nemaha County Agricultttral
and JlfecJtanical Association, holds its
Fourth Annual Fair atBrownvIlle,
Tuesday, "Wendesday and Thursday,
September 21st, 22d, and 23d, 1SG0.
Competition open to all counties.
Tfte Bichardson County Agricultural
n si, i - i ,,i f it t i
otr win ue ueiu m oaieni, i.eu.f m
the 15th, 16th, and l"th of September.
We will nublish the times of hold-
ing other Fairs as we are advised.
Mr "William. J. Flagg, in his book
on "European" Vineyards," gives the
following Item on Norman Horses,
which he met with in the Bordeaux
4 Why, there is one of Rosa Ron
geur's horses!' I exclaimed, as a dray
went ry the omnibus, drawn by one
of the larrer specimens of that admir
J-i1a mAA rf o n I mn T o vt Vi 1 r. V fl-iA uroll
known engraving of the horse market
has made familiar with us on paper.
Isit possible those casks are full? Yes.
replied my neighbor on -the opposite
seat, ana tnere are niieen oi tnem.
each holding 228 litres, and the wood
weighing good 250 kilos. But they
ran well do that those iSormandv
fellows Teasts of nerve they are.
'And inquiries repeatedly made
while I remained in France sat
isfied me that it was indeed possible
' m . - e
ior vne neavy uraii norses oi ixorman
v to draw one or those enormous
drays, that are made for them between
three and four tons. If we could re
place oar six millions or nags, or one
sort and another, with one-third their
number of a breed like this, the two
millions would do the workof the six,
at a saving of feed and attendance.
equal to double the interest of our na
tional blessing, unus computing, l
said to myself that if I had left behind
me a land of steam, I had found a land
"Two farmers, whom I afterwards
met while traveling in Normandy,
told me the Perche country was really
the home of the breed called Norman
and that it was their custom to buy
from there six months' colts, which
they raised and broke, working them
from two years old, and selling them
when they got to be five or six years
old, the price obtained for full grown
and well broken animals ranging from
$200 to $250. I am glad to learn they
are at length bringing them to Ameri
ca, where a late importation sold for
prices which averaged $2,500."
Hon. G. W. Frost, of Douglas
County, has accepted an Invitation to
deliver the opening address at the next
State Fair at Nebraska City.
There was shipped from centralia,
III., in two days, this season, fifty-eight
tons of Strawberries one day (7th of I
June), fcixty-one thousands pounds,
and on the 10th of the same month,
fifty one thousand pounds. The ship
ments from that point for a week, av
erased one thousand bushels per day !
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Ed. J. Evans & Co., in to
days paper. Send for a copy of their
descriptive priced list of Seed W heats.
A Berberry Rust. A very re
markable discovery has been made bv
a Danish philosopher, an account of
which has recently appeared in the
proceedintr of the Royal Danish Soci
ety. He finds that many of the small
parasitic plants known as mildew,
mould, smut, rust, &c, produce dis
tinct plants alternately ; that is to say
the rust on tbe Berberry plant may
ripen to day a pod of seed (called spores)
which will produce the wheat rust :
to-morrow & pod which, will produce
itself: then the wheat rust, then the
Berberry rust, and so alternately to the
end of the life of the little parasite.
The seed of the wheat rust vessels will
never germinate unless they have a
wheat plant or its allies to germinate
on ; and so of the Berberry rust. It is
one of the most wonderful discoveries
that has been made in botany for
many years, and very interestinj? for
the fact, as we have seeo, of its settling
the discussion about the Berberry rust
on wheat, as also showing that the
practieel man is not alwaj'g at fault
merely because science, so-called says
ue is, ...
The operator should here use the
greatest caution and be sure that every
anther is destroyed, and should not
nllmr nno to burst in the operation:
and In every case, where the little tube
containincr the pollen shall have burst.
either naturally or by the instrument
of the operator, this grain snouiu oe
immediately destroyed, as the pistil
will in all proliability have become
Imnmrnated by its own pollen. Hav
ing now removed all the anther from
the female plant, let us proceed to take
from the male parent the ripe pollen
and carefully place it upon the pistil
of the female plant, closing the chaff
with creat care, and the work is com
plete. The grains when ripe will of
course resemble the mother, and In all
probability by far the greater portion
of the onspnnsr will. Hut, most as
suredly, if the work is properly done
some few will Bhow a marked ullier
And now havincr given a few brief
hints upon this interesting and im
portant subject, destined in my opin
ion to revolutionize Agriculture and
Horticulture, permit me to say that,
although I have been many years en
gaged in crossing different varieties of
fruit, and have been very successful
with the crape and the raspberry, the
crossing of wheat is the most delicate
and difficult of anything that I have
ever attempted ; and my advice would
be, let no person attempt it unless he
has had considerable experience in
crossing some large flowering species
of plants, such as the apple, the straw
berry, &c, Ac. Hut should any one
be Induced by these few simple state
ments to attempt to cross wheat, let
him persevere and do it thoroughly,
and not conclude that because he has
been interfering with the natural pro
cess or irucuncation, some vaiuaDie
cross-breeds will be the result, however
Imperfectly the attempt at crossing
may have been performed. Itemem
ber, the work must be done exactly at
IJi illlb fc4 1UV a hUMV Vliil IU UJV
carefully. watched, even, I believe, to
a minute. And, now, if in addition
to all his labors and 'painstaking, the
operator Is prepared to be called a fool
for his pains, by all his neighbors, and
to abandon whatever previous engage
ments he may have made that shall
occur about the time the wheat shall
be coming into flower, I say, if he Is
prepared for all this, I will him
good speed, and when the desired re
sults are obtained. Will travel five
hundred hiles, if need be, to shake
hands with him. C. A., Paris, Ont.,
in Exp. larm Journal.
Grape Bunches. Do not allow
grapevines to overbear. Many a young
-i J I I ls l ir a.
vineyaru uas ueen injureu ii not ru
ined by carrying too much fruit. No
vices often delight to show how many
grapes thev have on their young vines,
and; to tell how many tons per acre
their new vine3'ards have yielded.
They might as well boast of making a
young horse sick by hard driving.
Thin out the bunches as soon as thev
have set, and let the crop be small. It
will be all the better In quality, and
the vines will preserve their health
Fiftv years asro the Connecticut val- Hi XI f A VM F N II R S F R I ES
. riT -m J 1 I !, l I VMW WiW Mmm i
ley, wiiii less cuiwviueu ituiu wiu i
nresent. exported jr rain. sow, wun
nn arrea ooen to cultivation larger in
. . .. . . i
proportion than the increase in ner
poralation. imports it by the thous
ands, and with it thousands of tons of Yfcstera Warseirysaen;"'
In 1SC8 tbe United Kingdom devot
a million and a half acres to potatoes.
Great Britain more than half a million
and Ireland more than a million.
A Manchester. Encrland, company
has acquired from the Emperor of
Morocco a large tract of land for the
purpose of raising cotton on an exten
Land thatsold In Virginia four years
ago for six dollars an acre, will now
A stuffed cat placed upon a straw
berry bed, will, it Is said, frighten
away the birds which destroy the
Two hundred and fifty thousand
pounds of chickory have been im
ported into San Francisco within six
The Mobile Register suggests that
the South sell her cotton in Europe,
so as to get the gold it brings for her
self. A number of farmers In Vermont
are cultivating the poppy for opium.
A Vermont paper estimates the an
nual maple sugar production of the
UllllCU DUIICB ttb ,rw uvuuuo. I . mm m tm -mm
The Emperor of China has Issued I t -4s.jjs
GENEVA, ONTARIO CO., N. T.
Invite the ftttenUca of
Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive and reliable mssortjnent of
Choice Nursery Stock
Fralt Trees Btamlard and Dwarf;
OrateHtal Tree ad Skrabs Declduoaa
Snail Fraits Gmeer!eAU varieties;
Itaea, Greea Ilavae aadBeidla
Flanta, Balbs, Jke.,
Parties wishing SELECT XUKSEHYSTOCKf
either for their own plan tine or to sell again, are re
quested to give us a call or write for particulars.
enclosing stamps for catalogues as follows :
DencrlpUre Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentalsthree red
Wholesale Trade Iht one red stamp.
T. C MAX WE I. 4c BROS,
Geneva. Ontario. Co K. Y.
in Din shop
Bavins lost opeired. at 5" wrialn slree Brown-
8toe of jnuinery Goods, we won J call fnblic at-
tentwsj to Ue tun mmw every piw
at reasonable pdres, procure for hta "better
aU she may wiah. In our line, oi which every
be So. l,and made up In tbe best of stj-le, and that
XSVKirg TTOUTIG IiADTT
may here find Just what she wishes In the way of
T7HO THADH3 T7ITH
....i.mi that wm wilt Mre no pains to
rive entire satisfaction, as we are In daily receipt.of
me latest noveiuea ui um uuc -
MBS. BEAR . MOORE.
rer Per Per Pw Per
Each. !. 2. fiO. 73. 100.
ii r'l aM ym sum run
4 43 - 170 248
: M" iwsii io jo
W KM . . 9 C fi 8t
m a . a 111 A. f
an edict proniDinng me cuiuvauon
of the poppy in his dominion.
There Is a beet sugar company in
Sacramento, irith a capital of $100,-
The guano on the Chincha Islands
Is nearly exhausted. In a few months
these islands will be deserted, and
then all the ships now engaged in
trade will make for the Guanape Is
lands, five degrees south of the equa
tor. There is a supply of guano at
Baker's Island, in the Hawaiian
group, estimated at irom zau,uw xo
2,000,000 tons, and worked by the
The Texas grape crop will be one of
the largest known for years. The
vineyards In and around Gonzales
will amply repay the owners for their
trouble, both in quality and quantity,
whilst the native mustang will furn
ish thousands of bushels for wine and
Two thousand head of beef cattle
crossed the Brazos at Waco, Texas, on
the 20th, and 2,000 on the day before,
en route for market. Mr. Barney
Monroe, who owns the pen where
they crossed, Informs the Examiner
that there have been nearly 40,0000
cattle crossed there this season.
A vine disease of a new character ia
reported to have attacked the wine
growing districts of the south of
France. The disease is attributed to
minute insects found on the leaves of
the plants, and appears to follow the
course oMhe Rhone, having extended
a distance pf ninety miles from the
mouth of that river.
Toad3 are capital helpers In taking
care of vine patches. Lay between
the rows boards to shelter them fn the
day time, and they will make a car
nival of the bugs at night.
One hundred and fifty millions of
dollars, it Is stated, are paid annually
In the United btates for the luxury of
... . .1 ties t quite tiisUmHMfcable n the Waltrr, par
A ne gram elevator nOW in COUrSC OI I larlr that of the Delaware. I alsd think it would
erection In Boston, will have a capac
ity or 300,000 bushels and can handle
12,000 bushels an hour.
No. 3 one year.
Xo. 3 do
No. 1 do
Two year best..
IXXAXBK QVAXTJTirS AT"3iVCn XZDVCZD
Saccharine Tests for trine.
At the National Saccharine Test for Wine, at
nam mono port, -. l., uct. son, i.ies, toe tbtowta
stood in saccharine matter 1 Waltrr Iona 101
DrUrteart 103. This tent was made with 17 ounces of I
the Walter, somewhat frosen, to 24 ouncesof each of I
ue oiner varieties.
Next morninjf the Superintendent, Clerk, snd one
or the LHrectors or the I'leanant Valley Wine Co,
(the parties who conducted tbe tent the dav before.)
to satisfy themselves of the merits of tbe 'Walter44
by an equal trial, tested 17 ouru -of lona from the
same lot that were used the day be ft) re, and the
saccnaromeier siooa ai i tne alter heating Its.
Had 17 ounces of the Delaware and Catawba been
nrensed equal! v bard with the Waltrr. their skins
nd centres belns; acid, the ltelaware would have
Mood lower and the Catawba proportionally below
the Lteiaware. au tne oiner varieties ranged much
lower than those enumerated above.
There bad been constant rains and damp weather
n use section wnere me it aurr grew its competit
ors growing at Hammonds port and along the lakes,
where there had been but little rain during the sea
son dry soil and weather being; necessary for the
perfect sweetening of grapes.
A committee of tbe American Institute Farmer's
Club, in a reeport of Sept. 22, li, printed in the
New York Semi-Weekly Trlbuneof Sept. 2h, after
speaking of the qualities of the M'aHrr, say: "We
conclude tbe H altrr will be a valuable grape In the
grape regions of tbe npper Mississippi, on the shores
of Lake Krie, in western New 1 ork, on the slate
soils of western Pennsylvania, and wherever else
native gropes are successfully grown. '
Letter frot Charlrt WoolUy, one of the otdett vine-
varttittt in IM Hale.
Vixxtasd Foixt, Ulster Oo, N. Y-,)
. Hav 19. 10S&. 1
UTrMtrt. TVrrit Jt Cavtrood.
Ikar Sirs: i ours of the IK h I am In receipt of.
In which you ask It I htre any objections to sending
you, for publication, tne tacts I am acquainted with.
In relation to the character of the WoUt Grape. I
have never indorsed tbe character or usefulness ot
vines, or other articles of any descrintkn.and would
not at my present stage of lire were it not for two
reasons which seem sufficient. First, I know the
Walter Urnne win meet tne preinliees widespread
throughout the couutry, caused by theworthlcssness
in most localities of many or its predecessors. reo
ond. because I can say from personal observation
that the Waltrr Is the best variety I have had any
knowledge of. and I think I have cultivated nearly
au mat nave neen recommenaea, discarding tnem
all and falling back upon tbe Concord and Hartford
IVnlifir&x vinvard varieties. I am IniArMtMl In
knowing that the fruit of tbe Walter grows larger
each year as the vine grows older, being last year
ruiiy one-tnira lanrer man it was two years ago. it
grows well; sets fruit welL I have seen it ripe sev
eral times before Hartford, and 1 nave never seen
anv mildew on its fruit or on its Inrce and thick, but
Delaware shaped foliHge. The flavor of the fruit I
think superior to any other variety. You say la
your circular it Is a seedling of tbe Delaware and
Diana; I think theehararter of each of these varie-
ts ouite GistimHisaaDie in tne tt aurr, particu-
h m ii
Grape Layers. These may be
easily made on a small scale by the
amateur, or by the farmer who wishes
to plant out an additional vine or two.
by laying down a good strong shoot of
this summer's growth, and burying it
a lew mcnes deep at the middle.
Roots will be thrown out at the joints.
and by taking up before winter and
cutting in two, two good plants will
be made from each layer. If the lav
ing down is done too soon, the shoot
will be soft, and may rot: if left too
late, there will not bo time enougii for
the roots to form, lhe proper season
is just when it is beginning to assume
a little of the hardness of wood. The
formation of layers exhausts a vive in
the same way that runners exhaust
strawberries ; they should therefore be
sparingly made from bearing vines.
ii me summer Happens to be verv
dry, the soil at the burried part must
tw Kepi, moist dy muicmng.
The Century Plant at Roches
ter. At the time of a recent visit to
the nurseries of Messrs. Frost & Co..
at Rochester we found that their cen-
A 1 A. A a v
iury plant sioare yimertcana.) now
preparing to bloom, had thrown up a
siem lourieen ieeinign, on which the
nower buds were beginine: to form.
i ins nower siem is iour inches in di-
ameter at the base, and gradually
tapers to two Inches at the top. It is
now growing at the rate of three inches
a day, the growth being much more
in sunshine than on cloudv or mol
days. The greatest growth was five
six inches in one day. The leaves are
lour or live feet loner some of them
six feet and the plant stands In rich
soil m a brick compartment, twelve
reel square and three reet deep. The
hot house in which it stands has been
raised to thirty feet hijrh for its special
accommodation, and a platform made
near the top Is reached bv stairs, for a
closer examination" or the flowers.
Ihis plant is about seventy years old
and has been in the possession of
Frost & Co. thirteen years. It is the
striped leaved variety. The age at
which the century plant flowers
depends greatly on the treatment they
receive, varying from thirty to a
hundred years and more necrlected
specimens never flowering at all.
Arboretum at Washington.
Messrs. Eilwanger & Barry of Roch
ester, have recently furnished the
government grounds a roagnif.cJent
collection of trees whieh are to consti
tute the arboretum, mostly from their
own nursery, the remainder imported
especially for this purpose. The col
lection comprises over fifteen hundred
species and varieties, of which about
two thirds are distinct species. This
is the finest and largest that has been
pianteu in this country.
To Wheat Growers,
Our DetrrfptiTe Price List of CkoicA
is issued, and will le Mailed FREE
te any one desiring, on receipt of m&
dress. We offer a selection of very
Superior varieties, and a very prime
article of pure, clean seed.
ED. J. EVANS 4 CO,
NCBSEBYME2? A5D SeEUSMEX,
12-6t York, Penn.
We have a lanre stock of the following aHiri
with many others, which we offer VKRV low t
onyers. arranied I rue to name. andtMX)I in
Apple, reara, Cherries, Fcarbea, Plena,
Strawberries. Hlack berripa. Kvera-reena.
Ornamental Trrea. Mbraba.
Flewere. FUweriac Shrabe, Jkc.
We want a good reliable man. who can come well
recommended, to act as agent for us, in every county
in Nebraska, Kansas, Mbsouri and Iowa, to sell on
Commission or Salary.
It. T ItORTl m
make a wine of high character,- I bave visited It
annually since It firei bore, six years aro, three times
in Ulster Co., N. Y., In a low valley,, where the Isa
bella seldom ripens, and each time It was fully ripe
m Aosrust. i bave seen eacnoi memreeDasiaei
son in Poufrhkeepske, ripening at the same time.
excevumr ust year, waea tne constant rains rre-
ventea an varieties irom maninnc at ttieir nsnai
time, but it perfected Its fruit by the middle of Sep-
(eraoer. l ne ramins oi tne insi mentionea crop l
have seen and eaten, which were good. - .From its
succeding in the low valley and tenacious clay ol
Moaena, ana aiso in vne ary siscey ponition in
Poaahkeepsie, I think it will be weU adapted to the
varied sections of our country. You mav make
whatever use of these opinions you deem proper.
J. n. SHOOK & BROS.,
Mannfiirtmwrs snd Penlera In Native Lnrnber
of all klmla, lengths, breadths and thickness.
H ILLSDA L E
They own and mm oneof Iher Vrsl Saw Mills
In the State, and will furnish
with' a bill of Lumber of
short notice, at the Lowest Marke
Iiatli rmd Picliets
Always on hand for sale. '
They also aell cheop at their store In HIMa-
dale all staple Dry Goods and Groceries, and
such articles as are in general use.
itememoer tne business, tne men. and the
place. . 1-ly
a uui i uij, ji.T nut.' vv
If you want a good artlclo of Nursery Stock,
such as .
Grape Vles, Currants GresberieSf
Strawberries, Cherry Trees, Peach
Trees, Kvergreens, and
Dlacldaioas Trees, -
Send your orders to
J. W. PEARMAN,
or R. W. FURNAS. Brownville.
Catalogue free. 13-9-y
DEAC3I TREES. Crawford's. Hale
A and others, 5 feet,: ..... . $10 per 100
(Same varieties, stocky trees .4 to 1 per 100
Pear and Cherry Trees, 1 jr., int cfrw t5 per MO
" " " 2 A3 yr., extra. 3.5 per wo
Apple Trees, I yr, selected, ait.. per ino
" " . i per I
" - " 5 to 7 ft 150 per M
A pple Grafts, mostly winter varieties.- per M ,
t'linton Ornpes, 2 years, well rooted 4 per 100
Concord Grapes, 2 years, extra.. 10 per 1J0
Pelaware Grapes, 2 years, extra 20 per 100
JHxMitue Kasierry, "pa ,,. per At
Philadelphia 8 per ion
KIttinny Blackberry , well rooted S per ino
Wilson Blackberry, well rooted. ..... 8 per 100
Also Rrerereea Roses,
and a general assortment of Nursery Stock, Includ
ing urns, ooioen jm-arr reach, vtuinces.urapes ia
variety. Currsnts, Gooseberries. Strawberrtea. ALL
AT LOW HA IKS. Samples sent at wholesale price.
tena ror price iisu
tV6m Wataga, Knox County, III.
NEW SEEDLING POTATOES.
Thra. now Irtn.la Af .ma! avm11ama
1 and fully described in my nev seed catalorne. arnf
-pratl ft OU, J JL3im J. H. I'll MiUK r.
len-A-m Mroienw xaa
Clocks, Vatches, Jewelry
Io. 58 Zlaia Street, Brovrnvllle.
fT Has Just opened and will constantly
keep on hand a large and well assorted
f ., utwli of genuine articles in his line. .
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, and Jew
elry done on short notice.
ALL WORK WAHRAXTED.
We bave on haad a large
To ivhlch T78 are rnahlns co
v7o are ecllins: at Pricc3 a3
the i Mississippi
In th9 Quality of our Good3
FLOUR OF THE MOST
and well assorted stock of
I JTardtcare, Slaves, Tinware
Ilardxcare. Stove. Tin'
Hardware, Stores, Tinware
nstant additions, endTriich
low as any Hotlss rrcst of
!H J,7 Frr,
Pittsburg Iron and Kails
Pittsburg Iron and Nails.
Pittsburg Iron and Nails
. 3'cchcmie r, ,
Charter Oak Stoves, '
Charter Oak Stow.
Charter Oak Stoi cs,
Besides a full assortment of eyrr v
iaafimclas ! k5
WE DEFT C0HPETITI01I
PRICB PAID roil
SWAN & X5IIO.
TTTT, !t. ?? a ...
ir v. ui oe soia as low ai
To aU who favor us, vil a '
UJVyiV KJI LJ UJUL.
r"" r" '.J
a, jaas...a ,T,.i
y DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS.
And every other kind of Goods kept in a Western Store, which vc will
a H n ,rl t:
Wbenever yon are in Town Call and See Us!
"Were Sold in tho Year 1SC3
is Bw- trsre
I.'OT 0!!E HAS EVER FA:IE3
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVTET
0"7c7"I?ir CJHAIITEII OAE ST07I
AND WRESKVXB KXOarX
Corner Tllaln and Second Streets,
THEY STH1I0 UMJH
For simplicity of Manarmnt
And for Cleanliness in .xinx.
: ITIcI'lJcrson's Illock, .
JJ JZ OWNVLLIE, NEBRASKA.
Manu'actumi in tba Wart, and
adapted to the wants of
rij Surely no pwd hotwkeepr can aSfirt
to be wit bout one.
ros riit i list, ADosrss
First St., OroTviwille, IS"oTraslti. '
A rCHFECT SELF-R AKER !
AISD A PER FE CTT UIOTTEu
ALL COMBINED IN ONE.
Excelsior Manufaclurim j
C12 & CI I !V. STEET,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
rSKm BROWXVILLE, SU
J. !. CO.VST.IBLE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
I 3X 1? O It T E R
WHOLESALE AD IE.VIL DEALE O
Iron, Steel, antlHcaij
mmi I ets. Ales, fhvels SmJ.- Vilea, Vu-v. . aa
Vm I CarriagB and Tir Bolls. oU an.1 .
i4 i I Hnrwinil Mnl.ShnM. .San. I'utlntl Mil D'HV
1 j Ware. Miliar Kettla, Aniinn. ku?w ami UK
j Stew Pow. Bak.e Oveus. 1 ru:t Kettles al Saa ir.a
invllt atnrk aiil Tie. Bellow. ZWt aa
Hand Hammers. Vices, llncers, Basra, ltmtt
Knives, Ttre Iron, &c
Ox Yolres. AxleOrease. Ox Chains. Wima J,
Ox Shoe 'ails, fchovels, IlcWs, etc. Hubs,
Agricultural Implcmf nti:
PLOW, EIe Mowers. Mormirli
Keaper and .Mower, kaiir n
torn Planters, .sulky Corn ItjitiTHoa
Hand Corn Snellen, Hay Ilaien, etc. eta
ao ext ma
Buy In? my gotyls dlrectfram marmfat-rnreri
1 oiler verv (treat iivl'wemeots to
Plant Choice Fruits.
ATOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER.
11 I will aond fine SALEM GRAPES bx
mail for 81 each. Rogers , is, 19, at 50c each. KU
tatinnr and Wilson's Karly Blackberries at 1 per
rtosen. by mall. nrk Raspberry, 5.50 per doc.
loxianeipnia oo, swi aer oozen, au dt man.
I will deliver tbe following at Express oftiea, pror
riy paeuea, a tne ioiiowihb prices
M and CIO per hundred. Iela
Ina and Ive's
hundred. Delaware, Diana, Crevel-
8eelHner. 15 per hundred. 8alera
Orapes at 75, fV) and 40 per hundred. Roirers 4, 15,
and 19 at fJ) per hundred. Fine Roses at per
arshal Xeil Rose (bv mail) 7V; erti
f t nr a v T j 1 -W
4VH.1 V R l- I Ji j .
AX OLD ESTABLISHMENT WITH A
,' The earllept society for the promo
tion of agriculture ia th United
fctat?, was establislied In Fiiibvd!-
I-hia In 17S3. The Maspaehusetts so
ciety' rrns the second instituMoa d tltel
Liusi, cud wus incorjorated iu IT12.
They are talking in the South about
using cotton stalks, hitherto consid
ered worse than useless, for the Dur-
pose of making printing paper.
It is stated that there are alrcadv
three thousand steam plows at work in
England, some of them with station
ary eirines, capable of driving from
three to feix plows caeia,
- -jpr- ,
On one truck firm of a little less
ui an ninety sue rets, ia Monmouth
eounty, New Jersey, there were real-1
lzed last year a pi-otit of nearly 5 SO per
acre, f 3,783,67 i all. There wss paid
laoor i.Gri j,;u, ana ior man arc, fi-
The Louisiana Sz croD ia verv rrorsr-
. w v ar m
Every Peraaa earn Pracare Tree aai Plaata
At TFhoIetiale Prices,
by ordering Ibroogh oar Clab Department.
For prices and other Information, addresa
V. F. IIEIKES,
x and otberg. five Tort ?10 per 100
Pear and Cherry treea, 1 yr 1st ciass IS
AppleTreesta vaMety, lyrIfeeU .
A rpt Graf's, at low rates.
Also, a run assortment or r.trery sioea, or w I
ape. fnmTAea sent at waoiesaie price.
Specimen Orchard contains over 1000 bearlrt
or jtpiue lrnr ana t errt.
Peru Livery Ctalsloa
Vll ICIiicIh or toelc.
Horses SottgKt, Sold, or rTi.seai.
Stock Boarded by the Day or Week.
MY STABLES are stocked with cood Horsea and
bngies. Persons wtsblnp conveyance to any por-
Peru tz BroTSTiville Coach
Leaves my Btables every morning at 10 o'clock A.
M. Passenrers or pack;aees aafelv conveved. Or-
ders left wiui the Puauiiaatars wili be promptly at-
koucu mi. L-milj
J - m ' a fi e -a.
J. I. CASE & CO.'S
"" Af mm?: im mm im. mmm.mm.rn
- s .. ' Zm, , "T uj-- '7
gp'- j '
Ia fully preparerl to da all kinds of
Galldln, Glaxlrf, Paperhaa?la5,
Aycr's Cherry Pectoni
Tot t)ieeaaea of the Throat sad Ln
such as Coughs, Colds, VtbocftBt
Cough. Bronchitis, Aitftrn,
robabIr never before; in tbe who!
Ifiedkina, has anrthing won to wnieij snd
trpon Umj eonflilcrw of mankind, a tatYtizZ
remedy for pulmonary complaint. Throes
series of years, ami moo r most of thw p
men it has risen higher sad higher ia e"'
tion, ss it has become better known, la
character snd xmrer to core tbe vanons 5r
of the lungs snd Uaroat, nave made it knows "j
liable protector stunut them. Wtuie aJspa
niMer forms of disease snd to younf clul.ln
st the same time the most effectual remeTa""
be given for incipient coasumpuon, sad ' T
f-erous slfections of the throat snd uig. A
vision sgainst sudden stia-ks of Crcp.
be kept on band ia every family, and sw'j
are sometimes subject to colJs snd rootf
sboold be provkled with this antidote for V-
Alihongh setUed Consumotion is
curable, still great n ambers of cases rhr .-a
ease seemed settled, have been compteteiT t
u avt ni mLM. sea;
snd the patent restored
WHITEWATER AND BAIN WAGONS.
tsend for iTice List.
WatfQn, Knox ChoMny. JO,
CEEDS, ROOT GRAFTS. Osage
- jratire ?ea. prime, new. sid per .trashel.
Apple Seeds, Peach Pits, froaen. Root Grafts, Ap-
CorMt Sixth sntf St. Ckavies FtraeU,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
luwiked. In am. asn. Osaire Hedre nlanta. lt
K,.tV. tX.. Paeu Haie'a E&rlv and other
beet sorts. K torts Apple, lear, Plom, Cherry,
Qnince.o. Poses. Everereens. Grapes. Downing
Cnoseberry, diaries downing PUawberry, Black.,
ber-ps. Barberries. Crn Hooses Reddtnsr Plants,
ItkaUtasLL.ies, Ac boa 10c. r.r t Vee C"alat,tiea.
CHAmiJES O. DORSET. GEOKGE W. DORSET
AU"y at Law.
CG.&G. XT. BOXISITZ,
REAL ESTATE AGEIITS
I Dealers in XazLfl 7nrrant3.
Cay ana Sell Ileal Extateand
Dealer in Lime, Hair and
C EMENT. Select 6 Lccate Government Lands.
i Co., Illinois,
QREGORYS SEED CATALOGUE.
Va I hav over slitv acres In Reed on mw
Shree Seed Karma, In MarMehea. Mass., where I
Ivav- raLseci over one tmndred verleues th past
Mwwm mi itttv vnuuna. a imrort man v cboica
seeiix fsm the best Kjirorxtin rmw ers. As tbe or-
"Sim miroaucer or th Jtiubbitrxl bqoaf.ii, liarble
tteail Mamrtoth Cabhace. and mtivnnr an4 nr.
iFicituim, i mviie ih patronare r trie puhiic
A edj wnrrniited to be tin r?rrrmtnt iYitnioffmt
FliASTEK, WHITE &ASD, FIRE BRICK,
Ac At. ll-t51y
WOOIAVORTH & COLT,
And Dealers ia
ATTEND TO CONTESTED CASES IN THE
TJ. a LAND OFFICE, AND
THE DEST WAGOSS ISIADE!
A largo qtuurtlty cf FJrst Class Lan2s for
sale la Nemaha, nichardson, Pawnee, John-
kiA JkS JLiJLV r 1 1 tne attention of purchasers is tftdallj Invl-
TAjrsiiJLSGLSGS.AKn I tea.
XTn 19 OA C O. T V. .
OrcaIir 0T71IVIEEB, 1JI3,
WE SELL ALL THE FOLLOWING MACHINES;
riAHSII KARVE5TEU. DODGE &. STTTPIJr.-:wv inTTTsnir
IIII1ET, JOaS II. 3IASJIY, CATt'GA CHIEF, BUCIL EYE.
SAMPLES ON HAND. OF ALL MACHINES WE SELL. -
Come and see us, snd we guarnsitee to snlt yon its GOODS and FRICES ! We bnr onr irra-
a rai sapp7 oi ait Kinus or Farm iiacbinery
CITY DKUO STORE,
eixinery by the ear load, thus saving freight.
in U2r aeasoa.
CASH PAID FOB P. A OS
F. A. Tisdel, Jr., z Co.,
FIRST ST., BET. MAIN & ATLANTIC, BROWNVILLE.
BLANKS of all kind, constant!0
.hand, at the Advertiser Job OgjS "
JOB WORK, Neatly and
mW ...... t-. I c ar.mrlM ia )U
over the .Jisorcj.s of th Lnnrs sad rJJ
tbe Bioat obstinate of Uwra yield to a. r .,
tn else could reach them, under tba CArry
iral tbey lubaxte snl disappear. mrp,
Singer k Jtubiic Speaker Had V r
toction from ic -twCf
Athm is alwajs relieved sad ofsrs
cured by It. ... ea
Bronchitis is g:erMTs!!T cnreJ by
Cherry Perioral in smaU snd freqnent
So jrenenuly are rts virtaes kbostb "Zmyo
not ptibliaii tee certiJeates of tbeaa here,
than assure the pufclio tbat it qua-:
Ayer's Ague Curet
Yc Trrr and sna, InteT!ttnt
Chni Fever. i.enuti-".t Fever, r
Ajrne. Periodieai or EJJooa 11' tr
and Ladseni ail the aTacuoas wtjeA
tram malarious, marai, or una- -poisons.
As Its name impTiea, It does
ftil. Containinx neiUier Arsenic, Quiwa.,
Zinc, nor any otber mineral or potsoixws
whatever, it in nowise Injnres snr
nam ber sml rmportAnce of its cures in'"'w
trieta, are literally hevond account, and VLa
without s parallel In Uie history of fJSes
Our pride is rratitfpd bv the ar Iraowlrfigw", ,
ese, and whr iber rcnuxVe sad r
Uaacciimatcd person, either mj7i w jf
trsvellinir throush mlasmsfK! localities, wi j
torted by taking tbe AGUE CCILXjyr
For Llmer Cmmplminte. arising fro m 'iist
of the liver, it i : escrriewt remedr, sw"
tbe Liver into healthy activitr. r.'nts,1'
For EiTkwsi Disorders snd Liver Onvlan
sa excellent remedv. prmha-sw manv tj ,
naHtabie cures, where c!ier mennes 0VteVril
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Arzs iod
and Analytical Cneraista, Lowell, aUa""
aU round the world.
JUecated, at the Advertiser Job JW1-
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