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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1869)
R. W. FUHNAS, Editor.
jj-AIl Communications intended for this Depart
ment chould be addressed to the Editor.
. TIe Dairy Ctisincsn. .
The qucitiou has. often suct-ed
itself to us, why more iople do not
engage in the' Dairy business ia Ne
braska. The -country i3 certainly
naturally adapted for this besiness ;
pasture good, and plenty. From the
proceedings of tlio - Northwestern
Dairymen's Association, we clip the
following from the report of Holt
Bros., Kensha -county "Wisconsin.
"The Dairy consists of 87 cows all
told, averaging 82. The whole num
ber of pounds of cured cheese made,
was 43,001), giving a yield of 52- pounds
per cow. The above cheese was sold
at a price ranging between 21 and 23
cents, and tho proceeds per cow was
$78,75. This docs not include nny
butter made or cheese used in the fam
ily, or $200 worth of milk shipped to
Chicago in tho month of November.
Thcabovo cows had no mess given
them after they could fill themselves
on the pasture until about the first of
September. "While the pastures were
ravaged with grasshoppers we fed a
small mess of bran and commenced
drawing out corn fodder."
Nebraska City, Neb.,
Sep. lOnh, 18G0.
Coi R. "W. Furnas . Dear Sir
Your letter bearing date came to
hand, but, as it found us in a very
poor state of health, want of ambition,
togetlrer with a little slackness, has
been the cause of my delay in answer
ing it, but better late than never
will try to answer it now.
In the first place I would say, with
12 years experience and olervation,
out of over 100 varieties of apples I
have selected 2-5 which have proved
themselves well adopted to this cli
mate and soil, and will stand even
cultivation on our rich 'soil, and the
remaining 75 varieties will nearly all
remain sound if planted thick and the
ground is not cultivated after two
years from transplanting. The hardy
varieties I will here name as they in
clude all of the various qualities which
are necessary for an orchard, we have
but little use for the others.
Summer Apples. Bed June, Early
Harvest, Early Strawberry, Early
Joe, Williams Favorite.Summer Toar
inan, Red Astrachan.
Fall Apples. Early Red, Moth
er, William, Jersey sweeting, Duchess
of Olden burgh, Famouse, Gabriel,
Haw ley or Douse.
Winter Apples. Detroit Red, N.
Y. Pipin; Roman- Stem, Ladies
Sweeting; Jonathan, Rawles Jeanet,
Willow Twig, Red Canada, Northern
ftyjf i weet striped f Piphy AYlne Sap,
Newtown ipuuj f"HU lit'
All kinds of crab apples flourish to
perfection. ..... ; I
Pears thus far havo done woll, both
dwarf and standard.
The early Richmond Cherries I con
Eider the only variety perfectly relia
ble with clean cultivation.
Plums with me, grafted on the tame
stock with clean culture have not
flourished well, but grafted on the
wild stock, they do remarkably well
and in many instances on the tame
Etock without cultivation.
Teaches. The be6t we can depend
on them is, that we will get a good
crop about once in three years, they
must not be cultivated after one year
Grapes, Of all kinds which are
adapted to this latitude flourish exceed
ing well. The Hauton Goofcebery nev
er fails ; the Eugz sometimes mildews,
when the bunches become very dense.
Blackberries. Flourish well
when protectedin the winter, and the
season moderately we.
. Hoping that; th is "delay" did not
inconvenience you in the least, and
that my report will prove satisfactory
to you, I remain,
Very Truly Your
J. II. Masters, one of the oldest
and most successful fruit growers in
Nebraska, writes the following excel
lent letter to the Nebraska City Press:
The sad experience of many of our
orchardists in Nebraska in the loss of
many of their first setting of fruit trees
by the peculiarities of our soil and cli
mate, have led us to inquire for a rem
edy for the ills to which our fruit trees
are subject. We will give you our ex
perience in fruit growing in this di
rection. The causes which have produced so
many failures are, the liability of wet
weather in August andthe first part of
September and the consequent large
prowth in September and October.
This growth should bo prevented or
stopped in September.
By examining your trees you will
find many water sprouts on. the large
limbs and some on the bdy of the
tree that continue to grow as though
the suinmar was before them, until
the first hard freeze finds the tree be
low them full of sap, and the death of
the tree or a part or it is tlio conse
The orchardist should prepare him
self with aeharp knife, and commence
trimming off all water sprouts closely
and neatlv so that the wound can heal.
This should be commenced about the
loth of September. - If they should
continue to throw out new shoots cut
them elf and'clio the tips of all the
branches ihat ' continue to prow. If
thi ia Allowed t.il the first hard
frost the vooi wi.i ia mobt cases be
ripe enough to pocs through the first
hard freeze Arithout injarri -and the
tree will be Su.fc. Rake "away weeds
and gras from the roots of your.trees
before the irround freezes, to prevent
mice from harboring around the roots
of your trees and pealing the bark on
and girdling tlicm.
The genuine Versailles currant cau
can be had. of Edward Burgess,
roughKeepsic, Jew York, lie is an
extensive and reliable dealer. We
rerard the Versailles as one of the4
best of the new varieties. Mr. B
puts them at low figures.
We have received from A E Bar
NAart, Nurseryman at Vogelen-
yang, near Haarlem, Holland, a copy
of his "Catalogue of Dutch Flower-
roots." C M Fletcher New York is
his ngent. It is the most extensive
Bulb Catalogue we! uve seen.
Read the advirtisemcnt of Brinker
hoof, Auburn, New York a new Po
tato Digger. We have one, and after
testing It, will report. "We aro pleas
ed with, its appearance, r "" J
Ve call attention to the advertise
ment of Isipou Bush '&on, of
liushburIo. Yhey keep a splendid
tock. Some" of the fine-t vines we
planted last year, and which grew
the best were from this nursery.
To Pinney & Wead, of .Sturgeon
Bay, Wisconsin, we are indebted for
copy of their new Catalogue of Ever
greens and Fruit Trees, native and
transplanted. It U a valuable little
pamphlet. Containing articles on
planting trees ; burying trees for the
winter, and a description with Botan
ical names of Deciduous trees and Ev
Mr. O. "W. Bratton, of this place
raised some very nice Seedling Peach
es this season. "We have a specimen
before us, measuring 8J inches in cir
cumference. The Omaha Ecjjublican says, a Cal
ifornia Pear was exhibited in this
city a few. days ago, which meas
ured eighteen inches in circumference!
As Davy Crock etts, Coon said to him.
"Mister you need'n't shoot,. I'll come
down" on size.
We call attention to the advertise
mciit of I "Manning Youngstowr
Ohio. He has good stock, and is a re
I. H. Babcock & Co., in to-day's
issue, invite public attention to their
large stock of the "Salem Grape," a
comparative new variety, said to be
most excellent and hardy. Read and
Invest if you wish to keep pace with
"Keech's Premium Strawberries,"
is the caption of a new advertisement
in this issue, and the offer thereiu
made is rarely equalled. If you wish
choice fruit cheap, read it!
The Mahoning Nurseries, Youngs-
town, Mahoning county, Ohio, have
acquired an enviable notoriety for the
good quality of all kinds of stock sent
out, and now its proprietor, J. Man-
tNO, makes through our columns a
bid for the trade of this section of Ne
braska. Their shipping facilities are
excellent, and its dealings reliable.
E. A. Riehl, Alton, 111., invites at
tention to hi3 stock of Early Rose Po
tatoes, Grape Vines and Choice Fruit
Trees. Send for price list. -
It matters little what you may want
if it is in the Nursery line you will
find it in Lewis Ellsworth & Co'b
Catalogue, which can be. had by ad
dressing them at Napierville, III. See
their advertisement in to-day'a issue.
( KEW ADVERTISEMENTS
f ft Nursery Stock.
We would call tho attention of those ho wish to
purchase Ntinry Steele, cither to nlar.t or to aell
iifsiiu. to tlio fact tliat we have for safp, at wholesale
and retail, such articles as are usually to he found in
iJl first class Nurseries, ami at low prices. Our
stock consists of liwarf and Standard
Apple, C'berrv Pear, Flam, and other Fruit
irees; tfutncf liul;cs, nrrantw, iioose"
ries, Strawberries, Etc.,
all selected with a view to thsir adaptability to the
climate of the West. We Lave a large assortment
ETerrreen nnd Recitteons Skori nnd Orna
mental Trees, S hrubs and Plants.
Rose crowing we mak J a soecialtv. and are pre
pared to furnish
all prown on their own roots, at prices that are un-e-pianed.
We would ask those who wish to pur
ciuwein either larjreor small quantities, to examine
our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
t. uiaiorue sent to applicants.
LEWIS ELLSWORTH & CO.,
V-2m Xaniervllle. I1L
EARLY ROSE POTATOES
AT SPECIAL RATES.
Havln a larce Stock of theft choice TVitAtoea nn1
beine Hhort of utoratre room and money, I will for a
short time sell at special rates to tho winhing to
purcuuse mis lau. j.a. iti.fc.ii.Li,
M-a Alton, 111.
100,000 Strong Grape Vines,
Consisting of Concord. Ives. Norton's Vlrcinla.
Rotters' Hybrids, etc, etc. Trice Ltd sent to aU au
rlicanta. Address . E.A. KIKHL,
M-zm Alton, IlL
Cbofce Fruit Trees,
Choice Dwarf and Standard Pear Tree for calo
by . E. A. KIEIIL.
Qtt-t Alton, 111.
The Mahoning Nurseries.
Mahoning County, Ohio.
I have, and offer for sale at mv Nurseries, a lartre
and general stock of
FRUIT A5D ORNAEIEXTAIj TREES,
Grnpo "Vines, Roses,
FLOWERING SHRUBS Esculext Roots,
In short, a very ceneral and complete assortment
of such stock as it is customary to raise in nurse
ries. This stock was raised with special reference
to selling directly to tilanters Is designed to In
clude the best varieties of well proved old. or prom
ising new varieties, anu is generally or sucn su.e
and substance as to be ready for permanent plant
ins without farther "nursing."
Orders, larsre or small, will be filled at reasonable
rates. Having a large and excellent stock of
Apples, Teaches, Grape Vines,
some kinds of Flowering Shmbs, tc., T ofTer special
influcemetiis in these, lu large quantities, for this
i hii s sates.
Shipments direct b- the rival route of Pittshnrp,
Kort Wayne & Chirtura, or Erie ffornierlv Atlantic
iret Westurni II. also by either U. S. or Am.
L nion t-xpress v o. s.
When shipments are preferred by Wafer, will
deliver stock on hoard St. IiOiiis or Missouri River
Steamboats at Pittsburg, without extra charve.
For special prices of specified kinds and iuantl
ties, or for general descriptive cat:ilopue, address
Took the first premium at the f5re.it Strawberry
Show at (Geneva, N..Y., In June last, competing with
VK varieties. ( 'jin show the best reconimcL.d of any
berries in tbeTJnited suites.
Admitied by all irsons at the l'air In Rochester
In June last, to lv the finest berries ever seen.
I wi'.l swid free by mail, f i J.uJ
1 dnr Keerh's Favoritej " "
1 " (lohntj.
1 Tmniret. and -
1 copy Grape Growers' Gulden
And for $V"0
- , - I dot. iCeech's Favorite,
' 1 " (ioliah.
1 . J runuiet,
k 1 Wars, and
1 conv Manual on firane Growlne.
For f ui.!j by Kx prtss
So t'oncurd Grapo Vines, 2 years,
fi Itocers Ao. 15,
2 II art fords,
1 lu-i-ca, all two years, grown in open air,
1 Grape Grower's Guide.
80-3m Waterbo, Senncn Co.. X. Y. '
- PRICE EIST FRUIT TREES.
Standard Pear, one year stronsr plants..
" three years, 6 to 6 ft...
" " " 4toofU
Transcendent Crab, three years, d ft.. fJO
Iltnt and Girtea.. 15 inn
Dwnrf I'etir, 2 years, tine stock 13 to 23 Pi
Stanlurd and Iwarf C'nerry, 2 vs., tiae 9toH l0
1 "c.:i'f ji)ile, Uyenrs. fine. 15 luo
MAZZAK1 i UKiiHY 1'ITS. ntlME
Ut'AXJTx' .$i per Bashel
We send out the bet onalHv of Stock. ITave
over Standard and Dwarf Pear, and an abun
flam of other block. Catalomie. Free, containinir
particulars. If you want good btock, qj. reasonable
luisit, scut ior lu
T. T iXOVTinVICK'& CO
Dausville, N. V
WE Planted this spring over
Ave hundred bushels of OsaRO Oranpe
Seed, and. shall have fur sale, tlint fall and sprli.g
eplondM Jfo I plants. Our facUlticn for raising
plants at a small cost, cannot be excelled. We do
not ejoploy .
.' V . t
lntH)n'r at ten cents per day, hut, by the aid of new
remind, tree from weeds and jtrass splendid ma
chineryan experience of twenty-three years In
the work, and a careful systematic management of
our immense force, we are positive that we can af
ford to sell plants cheajter than any other estab
lishment in the country. We have also
Into market, two million splendid Apple Trees, of
all aifes, sires ana Kinds. These tre-s are equal to
anything in the country all grafted by us. We
guurritn;.ce every tree sent out sound, thrifty, and
true to name.
everybody who wants a fine lot of Apple Boot
Grafts to set out next spring, we would say that we
shall put up full live million next winter both the
roots and cions are from our own grounds. We will
sell them very aheap. We want all the men and
rr anywhere else, who want to buy Plants, Trees or
Grafts, and who want to get a first-class article, and
at the LO WJiaT HA TiS', U writ to us tuii get our
FIRST CLASS AGENTS
ArPLE SEEDLINGS CHEAP-
Y7. H. ZIAim & Co
0ILLMAX. ZE0QV0ZS CO., ILL.
J83-WB win A'OTbe undersold.
Send for Essay and Price List.
GTtAJPHZ VINES I
this fuU and coming spring, of superior quality anct
at vyy reasonable prices.
Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue
containing valuable information on Grape Culture,
will be mailed to all applicants enclosing 25 cents.
Price List gratis; oraers solicited.
Address ISIDORE BUSH A CO.
60-novl mchl apll5 Kusuburg, Mo..
Farmers, rend the following recommendation-of
this unrivalled Invention, and then send for a Dig
ger, and If it fails to work as recommended, send it
buck and your money will be refunded. A man
with this Digger can dig twice as many potatoes in
day as he can with a hook, or with a hoe, and with
less than half the fatigue, consequently you save the
wages Mid board of a man every day you use It.
which in a short time will pay the cost of a Digger,
and it will last a lifetime with ordinary care. You
have no vines to pull, or weeds to clear away, but
you take the hill just as yon find IL Thrust the
Digger under it. pry it up, and throw it upside down
and the potatoes are all in sight ready to pick up,
wnicn operation js periormea generally in less time
than it would take to pull the vines and get ready to
dig wl?h a hook or noe; so in reality the Digger
costs you nothing, but on the contrary, you make
money Dy Diiyiuv aim using it. trice 7, on receipt
of which they will be shipped a4 directed.
Agents waub.-d in every, town, to whom liberal
Inducements are offered.- Sn4 for a sample, and
sell them to your neighbors. The trade sudd lied at
the nual discount.
Address all orders and communications to
50-2j -.... Auburn, X. Y.
THE . , .
8 lould be in every Oarden and every Vinevard In
the land. . We have good evidence thirt in the West
it is to be eminently succeytful. It is earlier, and
infinitely superior to the Concord in quality, and
must supplant that variety so fast as Its merits be
come known. The Salem, as Is well known, is the
best of the ".Rogers Hybrids." Mr. Bousra thus
describes it :
"Like other well known kinds. Xos. 4 and 13. this
is a Hybri'betww?n m native and the Black Ham
burg, bunch large and compact, berry large as
lianiourg.or a ngtitchestnutorCatawbacolor. thin
skinned, perfectly free from hard pulp, very sweet
and sprightly, with a most exquisite aromatic fla
vor; not equalled by any other out-door gnrpe for
wine or table; as early and hardy as Delaware or
llurtford, having never failed to ripen Its truit, in
the most unfavorable season, for the past six rears.
Tuking ali its qualities into consideration, earliness,
hardiness, and great vigor of vine, size and qualily
of fruit, it Is pronounced by the best judges who
have tried It, to have no equal among all the nu
merous varieties now before the public; and I can
with confidence recommend it as the best of all my
The bulk of the Salem Stock pawed from Mr.
Itoirers into the hands of Mr. T. L. Harris, at Salem
on-Krie, That gentleman ha ) acres of it in Vine
yard, and under date of Auglrth, writes :
UkarSir:-I have much jjleasure in continuing
to repont most favorably of the Salem. They are
rerfectly bardv in every respect, and a most vigor
ous grower. They have not suffered from the win
ter or the trying summer, escaping mildew where
other varieties have been affected seriously.
I am so well satisfied with their promise, that al
though I have thirty acres of this one variety, I
n:iei up most or the vacancies in my other vme
vards with them.
Yours truly T: W HARRIS.
Last spring we relieved Mr. Harris from the prop
agation of the Salem, by purchasing his entire
Flock of vines for transplanting, and also the wood
ironi ills large vinevara. we are consequently
able to offer to the public the . .
Largest and best stock of Salem
. f ines. In the Country,
at low rates, to larse and small planters.
If we are to compete with our California friends
!n Crape growing, we must plant the large and
showy varieties those which most nearly approach
tee choice foreign Kinds m appearance ana quality.
vt e uuur mi trauuig vttricuea lursuie ui
VERY LOW RATES.
Our circulars contain a cnt of the Salem, and tes
timonials. Sent on application.
I. II. BABCOCK & CO.,
Salem Grape Nurseries.
r ortrport, Y.'
2,000,000 SPLENDID PLANTS!
We will deliver on board the cars of the IT. St.
Jo. It. R. free of pocki njf, good strong thrifty plants,
2 per XCOO.
sell you GOOD plants at lower one they cannot
4Mt - - - Brook field, Mo.
FRUIT! 71 :
2 and 3 years old: flO 00 per 100
WW ASF PEAR
1 and 3 years old. 10 f per 100
I year old . 29 00 per W0
D WART PEAR
1 year oldU. 12 50 per 100
1 vearold. '. 12 30 per 100
1 rear from bud 10 00 per 100
- 1 year from graft.. 6 00 per (100
Du-iijion'n Thornlens Blacit Cay Ranyuerrr.
f3 per 100; per louO ; fo)perJU0.
laaisnath Clanter BlacK Cav Ilaapbrrr.
fj per 100 ; t per 1000; tl20-por K0L. t
. i i- . r -r -
Keneea Rlack Op Ilurpberrr. '
l)00-perl; ioooierloi;); ?u:0per4a
AYlNon, T. de Cand, Asrrlcnltttrist. Green
rroIIfie French Secdliae, Early HIay
and Boston Pine Strawberry,
f3 00 per 1000.
Concord Grapes 2 years..
40 per 1K
1 Vi mir l,.m
j X'Kiware - a "
Diana " 2 "
lona " 2 "
1 J per pun
l'jn per lmw
SO ir liifrt
50 per im
. ) per lia O
20 per liXH
Versailes Currant 1 year.
Cherry " 1 "
White flrape " 1 "
Red Dutch " 1 "
Apple and An (tern Qniure Stocks at
Any of the above articles will be securely packed
and delivered at the railroad, free of cost, except
the bare cost of boxe..
Oroers should be accompanied with the cash, or
TT. P. TITLE.
S-2m X Y.
MOUNT HOPE NURSERY
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Okxtmcmen Improvingthelr gronnds, OBrnAmD
ht, LANnscAPBUisnr.NKKs, Nt'RHERTMiH and
Dkalkks in Trees, will find our stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees the largest, and the collection the
most eitensive and complete in the U.S.
.- All orders, large orouili,wiU receive prompt and
carelul attention' Packing for distant points per
formed in the most skillful and thorough maiuiet.
- i t
6'inali parcels ittmt by mail to lienlred. 1
Descriptive and Illustrated priced Catalogues,
sent prepaid on receipt of stamps, as follows : i
Ko. 1 Fruits, 10c No. 2. Ornamental Trees, 10c
No. 3. jre-n-houae, 5c ', 4. Wholesale, ruEts.
ELLTTAXUER BARRY", '
49-2 Rochester, N. Y.
Every Han Should have a Patch.
. "71 ft thr. moH toothxnirw. xprctet of this dcliciou brr
ry." Ch icatfo Republicaji.
',Otim't berry exr.iU-.tl conxiderttbl ailmlratitn at
the Pair, both from it tize and flavor," Grand Prairie
"It in a large, bright, tearlri brrry, fleth white, Willi
a peasant acid." ITairie Farmer.
'It U the best tabit. berry ur ever tasted." Paxton
'It eontains more sar.ehnrtne matter and less fttjer
than ni.v other variety we have ever tasted." Giilman
"A a table berry it f unemiatted ft y any berry ffrown
in thlttitcaliit." Iroquois Republican.
"The bert tli'de. berry cuSHatsd."W. H. Mann.
' They are very large and rir.hjlavored."K.nnk.ali
"It is mwMj of the. peojte's confluence. Resolution
of Onargo Horticultural (Society.
A copy of the Fruit Groiver, giving a futl descrip
tion and engraving oi tne oerry, sent to any address
49-3m ' Oranga, 111.
PBACHES'j PS ACHES!
We again offer our usually heavy stock of
well grown and thrifty.
4 to 6 feet-?8 per 100.......t per 1000
3 to 4 feet $6 per loo per low
fLargeBlocks of Strong 2 & 3 years old
5 to 7 feet f 18 per 100 .floO per 1000
2to5feet-(l2per 100 flOO per 1000
l?liniis ixntl lLpiicots.
One Year Old, Nicely Branched and
Concord &. Clinton Grapes.
One and Three Years Old, at Very
All the Finest Sorts, in Quantity,
Rokcs! Roses!' Roses!
Choicest Varieties in Cultivation.
?12 per ino $100 per 1000 '
fS per 100..J)no per 1000 . . .
Tea, Clilna, Xoisetta,: -
Kourbon, &. &ci
' ' at very low rates.
"A full ilne of Stocfe1,
-- in e'ery Department.
hoopp:s, bro. a thomas,
Cn'ERRY HILL NURSERIES,
West Chester, Pa.
"NT "O' The i?(X).-oA,T7rvn, a practical work
JLl ml) on the Coiie-IitiariiifT Plants, by Josiali
IIoojes, sent per mail, prepaid, on receipt of price,
jTiSAddress as above. 49-2m
GROWN IPff MISSOURI.
03 Bushels Osage Seed Planted in 18G9.
I will ship, Fre!elit pre paid, to Phelps, or nny
other Railroad Station Lu ISrth Missouri,
Good Hedge Plant
At $2,50 per 1000 nest Fall, or finest Spring.
; ft3 Printed dlrectlona furnished. ' "
. f CIIAS. PATTEfiSON,
CITAK PATTERSOX. of Klrksville, J. E T)A
VI KH and It. C. MACARTJir, of LaPlaU, have
formed a partnership to carry on a general Nursery
business extensivelv, near Kirksvilie, with a branch
at LaPlatH, under the style of
Patterson, Danes & Macarthy,
We have an assortment of Fruits at LaPlato;
also 20 acres APPLE HEEDLIXOti, and expect to
plant i : . .
400,000 Apple Grafts ,
next season, with other things in proportion.
THE BEST CURRANT GROWN.
This Currant Is universally admitted to be the
best in cultivation. It is a strong, vigorous grower,
has creat thickness of leaf, which enables itsuo
cessiully to resist the attacks of the currant worm;
is productive, and bears very large and hnDdsome
fruit. .. ,
We have made specialty of the "Versailles,"
and now offer an unequalled stock of 1 and 2 year
old plants. Purchasers can rely on receiving first
class plants from us, at the following rates : . ,
2 years old f 10 per 100 f sOperlOOO
1 " " ft " 65 "
Pnmple sent br mall on receipt of SO eta.
Versailles cntttnr, ?io per 1W.
KDWAliD BURGESS, ,
S0-3m . Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Charleston Nurseries !
I import my Bulbs dlroct from the most reliable
which enables mo to offer them at pricos much
low the ususj rates, beuilcs giving- wy cuatoa
My order this year embraces none but snrb as
have been thoronirhly tested and proved worthy.
Ail warranted to give good aatiafacUon, if properly
Fall lnstmctlons for the management of Boibs,
may be found in my . ,. a ...' ,
CATALOGUE No. 4.
Besides bulbs, I have on sale very choice selec
ROSES, GREENHOUSE AND
FLOWERING SHRURS,' VINES,
TREES, NATIVE AND
GRAPE VINES, ; .
and other small fruit. tc, Ac, any all of which I
feel half inclined to sell at reasonable prices. Should
I chance mv mind, will give due notice.
I publish lour catalogues, any or all of which are
sent free upon .application. ,
No. 1 Describes Fruits, Flowering Shrubs and
No. 52 Describes Green House and Bedding Plants
tt tl (x -JtOfi?f
No. 3-Wholesale or Trade List..
Addreaa M. C. Me.LA TX,
8-2 m Charleston, Coles Co., HI,
ayWLda b & els O J'J
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ii': j- 7 . '.''x X ! "'
r ;-FOIi- .. V ' I :
TATJs 1SG9 and SPRING 1STO.
,Hsj All Grafted or Budded,'. . .
And Every Tree Warranted True to
1,500,000 Apple. Cherry, Plum, Stand
ard and Dwarf Pear Trees, at
VEIIY LOW RATES.
Farmers can grow this stock to Orchard Siza at a
- Kurserivmen can make from 300 to $0O per
cent, to grow it two years.
For a man starting in the Nursery business, this
is tne oest Kinu oi oioca. ue tu .
Pear and Cherry Trees,
4 to 12 Cents!
2 to G Cents.
Wa offer also a full assortment of all kinds of
' -HUHSSR'Y STOCK.
For all description of Stock and prices, enclose
stamp. , . .
r Niagara Nursebijcs,
XW-a-f. ) 47-3m Lockport, X. Y.
: OSAGE ORANGE SEED AND
We propose'to strpply any quantity of
OSAOE ORAXOE PLAXTS AXD 81X2),
, . to say the least, ;
AS GOOD AS THE MARKET
' SEEDS WARRANTED NEW.
itofh Seed and Plants warranted to give satisfac
tion, as the price and quality. For particulars ad-
. ' LAMSOX, DOB BIX A CO.,
State Centre, Iowa.
Stu Clair Nurseries,
SUMMERFIELD, . - - - - - ILL.
IiSTABLISIIED 1850. 1
' I offer to planters and dealers a large and well
grown stock of Fruit and Ornamental 1 rees, Hardy
Native Grape Vines, "Evergreens, Boxes, Khnibs,
tfce. The stock offered for sale the coming Fall,
owinx to a favorable season, has made a fine growth
and will. I think, cive satisfaction to all.
Th attention of Dealers is especially Invited to
my unusually fine stocK or Standard Apples, con
sisting of all the lending Western and Southwestern
Wholesale and Retail Catalogues now out and for-
waraea to an applicants. j-j. t . liAJ5(. it'K.
Branch Oilices. 13and 15 Monroe Street, Ieniphls
i enn., ana comer ot Main aud Usage si.s., sedalia.
llo. - 47-3m
Ilstablislietl In 1S5S.
' LARCH! AXD FIXE STOCK
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
Small Fruits in Great Variety.
nnftOTI l!l5r in Iarro supply, of pop
UnHl C ylKtlO u'ur old aua choice new
ClSTDnnrClO f Rl1 pslrablo kinds
CVCnUtlbUliO and' .liferent sizes, fre
tjuently tiansplautetl iu Isuraery. A com
plete assortment of
HOUSE & BEDDING PLANTS, BULliS,&C.
and other Vegetable Plants, in their season.
OSAGE ORANGE V
HEDGE PLANTS J """ i
lo. 1, by Ih c 100,000 or Million.
All tho above jrrown with irreat care, and especial
reference to the wants of the Western planters.
Send for Catalogues.
uartts, SPA ULDIXO CO..
GOLD. DP. PEACHES.
tflxim Trees. 4 to 3 feet, one year, branched.
jer 1, fl ; rer 1U00,'?125.
Plum Seedlin ffSt Wtol-,perl000,owlnir
to quality and quantit;. ' llwipirte assort mint of
Trees, Plants, Vines, Stinilis. tk-rdUnv. Storks. Jtnot
Grafts, etr., etc. Send stamp tor Fnce List; Ten
cents for Catalogues. Address.
47-am JK. P. IIEIEE. Dayton, O.-
We have a large and complete stock of
APPLE, PEACH. CHERRY, AP
RICOT. ORNAMENTAL AND
G R A PE VI X EH. SM A LL FRL-ITS,
. ItOES, .SI1RUES, &c, &c, tc,
Propagated and grown by us at our Nursery, which
we off er to planters at as low rate as equally mnixl
stock ran be fuxuwnetl at any outer Nursery In the
Wer do not boy, bnt raise oar stock, and conse
quently can and do guarantee every article healthy
and true to name.
We give small orders the same attention that we
do lare one:. .
Parties favoring ns with their orders will please
give ns plain directions, how, where to. by what
route, and to whom tbey wish their goods consigned.
Correspondence solicited and Price List sent on
4SSm Qiiincr. Ill
150 CCO one and two yetr old grape vines, of
' the leading varieties ouly all grown
in the open ground.
Dealers, and those wishing to plant InrgeJv, will
do well to send for our jJCsr Price Listen, before
' II. MICITEL & ERO.,
43m 411 Locust Street, St. Louis. Mo.
OSAGE HEDGE PLANTS.
IIARGI3 & SO MM EE,
Of the Ptar Nub81crit8, Quincy, Illinois, offer
to the trade a large quantity of t)saie Plants, grown
on rolling land and therefore very superior to those
grown on flat land this wet summer. They will be
sold very cheap for cash. Those desiring plants bv
the ww, or l.ojn.tmo will do well to correspond
with them. New Trade 1,1st now reaiy. s?Am.
JOB PRINTING, in one or more
O colors, promptly- done at tho Advertiser
JFIZ UIT IUJjIa
50,000 PEACH THSSS
FOR 'ALE CHEAP !
of which 8.0CO are the SALWAT TEAt'II.
Also Apple, Pear, Plum A Cherry Trees, with 'a
large stock of Blackberry, P.!pberry and 8trs.w
8 END. FOR PRICES.
J. Iladison Puilen,
HIGHTSTOWN, N. J.
T. C. MAXWELL & BRO..
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
GENEVA, ONTARIO CO., N. Y.
Invite the attention of
.Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
Choice Nurseiy Stock
Fruit Trees Standard and Dwarf
Ornamental Trees and SUrubsDeciduous
Small Frnits Grapevines All varieties;
Roses, Green Honse and Bedding
Plants, Bulbs, &c.
j f " -
either for their own planting or to sell a;ain, are re
quested, to give us a can or write lor particulars.
enclosing stamps ior catalogues as ioiiows :
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals three red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
Address, . ' 1
T. C. IAXWELIi & BROS,
' Geneva, Ontario, Co., N. Y.
J' ijoorr iieize!
, The undersigned have the largest stock of
EVEBGREENS AMD FOREST
T RE E S
In the macket, and are selling them at a much Iesa
price than it is possible to obtain tbem elsewhere,
WJKpi22,60 0,0 0 0
, r . . 7 7
Nurserymen can buy of us more seedling trees of
better quality, for the same money, than anywhere
else in America, iseveral varieties, In lots of 100,000
or more sold lor
$1,00 per THOUSAND.
We oITer American Yew, the most fare and
most valuable L arf Kven?reen in the world.
jt a 'isend 10 ctT, for larpre descriptive CaUIopue;
Willi several plates and lull dcscriDt'oris of all vari
eties offered ; or send stamp tor advertising pricef
lists. . , Address
PINNKY t WKAI),
t-Sm-' ' Ktunjeon Bay, Wis.
Dutch Flow er Ilulbs.
""Our Descriptive Cntuloire of Tulips. Hyacinths
Narcissus. Crocus, Lillies,IIantyIerb:iceoiis Plants.
fchrnbs, Ac, &c.,is now ready, and will be mailed on
IT. MICHEL PRO.,
8-.1m 411 Locust htrcet, .St. Louis, JIo.
Dwarf Mountain Cherries.
1 Plant by mall, .
6 " . " 5.
12 " ' 10.
Onws but three feet hiffb: bears a larce croo of
very sweei unerrics.
TIIOMPSOX ADA .VST.
4$-3t Brook liekl. Mo.
BLOOJIIXG GROVE XtTRSERY
0(( nOA STRONG, thrifty, well grown
4UUjUUU one and two year old
. : APPLE TREES,
at Lowest Prices. Also a
General Nursery Stock,
Including alout everj"tbiiiK found In a first class
Jursery. Will contract to put up
APPLE U RAFTS
In the best of order, the cominjr winter.
Address. . , W. P. WILLS A SOX.
47-3m IJloomlnirton, III.
500 Acres. . . ' , . 18th Year.
r 10 Green-houses. - -
"Fruit. OrnamentiU and Xurserv Stock, immense
and reliable assortment very low for cash.
Apple. , z ana v. years, v arieties adapted to all
localities, Including liur-ly Northern sorts, such es
Unchess Oldenburir. Hislop, Transcendent and oth-
er Crab Apples.
Ptaches, Prnrt, Cherries, Phinis, Quintet, Gropes,
Forest awl Evergreen Trees, Xur serif .Storks, Osage.
Hedge Plants, Roses, own roots. Ilnrdy Bulbs and
Llllies for Fail planting. Hoot drafts put u to or
der in beat style.
Also superior colored plates of Fruits and Flow
ers. 5-end 10 cents for Catalogue. Uewsr? of bogus
agents. P. K. PiftENIX.
47-t - Uioomlngton, Alclean Co. 111.
St. Clair Nurseries,
SU3I3IER FIELD, ILL.
I havea larsre Stock of Tcn:-icendant. Laree Red.
Yellow and Cherry Crabs. Low Headed and well
branched. 4 to feet, fJi per P)0, 1S0 per 1,000. - -
v cuaie ior pacK.iiijh$.
-3m , K. F. BABCOCK.
We hv a laree stock of the following Article
with many others, which we offer VERY low innuii
buyers. Warrnnted true to name, and GOOD XN
Apples. Pears, CberrieM. Pencke, Flams,
Strnrrberrie,Ii!m-fc berries. Kversrettns,
trnanirut:il Trccn. Shrubn,
Flowcru, Plowerin? .-hrubn, Arc.
We want a eood reliable man. who can come well
recommended, to act as aent fonts, in every county
in .Nebraska, Kaaas, illtioiiri and Iowa, to sell on
Commission or Salary.
r- L. P.OUB & CO.,
Nebraska and Kansa Fruit 3In,
LOOK HERE I
"VTewillsetl you, and paoll freeof eostr
Mammoth Cluster liaspberry.fi per 100
enaca Black Can " 4 " '.
Garden ' S "
Philadelphia " 4 "
Clark " 5 "
I.nm's Everbearing .
4old-nCap " 5 " "
Redyoeen ' " 4 '
Elm City " 4 .. m
Miami " 2 " "
Robert's Black Cap " 5 " 44
Minnesota Goldn 8 "
Elliiale " " "
RvlLss Early " 8 M
.Naomi- " 10 " '
Prosser or BurllnTton " 10 " M
Or ono hundred of ench varietv for 175.
TIIOMPSOX A A DAMS.
48-3 f Brovkfield.ilo.
i .Wa o Ter at pricos naaiod below, flne plant of , .
. m I iooo
Blaclr. Nal, Chrry and Tiitc Orap
- Currai.ts. i years & 00 : fTO 00
BhvK Naples, Cherry and S'Li.e Urape
Currants, 1 year select. Ml , 6 00 50 00
Amerion and Houghton liooseiwrries,
1 year, selected 8 00. TO 00
Brinckie'sOrangeanU i'ranconia Rivp-
berries j.-; l w doa. S 00 -
Appie tock3, l yer, 1st cias lO.inO fr
Apple stocks, 2 years, 1st clasa, 1J,H)
for r i - . 8 00
Red Fruited Burberry, 2 years 6-Vi inch 2 00 IS 00
All carefully packed aad delivered at Express
Small plants of Currants, Gooseberry, P.aspberry
and Earberry, by MAIL, PREPAID, at eame
October is the very best time to plant Currants and
STICKNEY fc BAUMBACIL
H'cwpun, Wis., September, 18G3. 47-2m
THE SZST GHAPE3 !
THE ElDIELAr, (Kack or Isabella Col
Introduced by Dr. Grant. Th choicest of all
00 Black tirapes; ripens bf-fore the Hartford;
j nnefjualled in vi-r hardinfss; largely pro
O ductive; snnerior flavor. Makes the be.it fif
O American li ii'.. 1'tilly tested ia all parts of
TIID lOA'A, (Ud or Catawba Color.)
ow rect!t;iii.ed everywhere as "The Stttn
C diwd f -! U- ner." itiptns w:!h the eurli
9 est Uner-talled In every good quality of ap
n pearance, tittvor, hardines-s, vinor and keep
J inx, or for making White Wiiie of the very
THE SAliE-U, (Catawba Color.)
.4 The best of "ROGERS' HYPRIPS" (No.
W 5.1) Early, hardy, beautiful delightful Ua
THE MARTI Ji.
The best of all WHITE GRA PES. "Every
body wants it." Early, delicious, hardy.
Orthe whole four by mail for $3.00
Or an EUMELAX or WALTER, far 5.00
Our supplvof F.CJIELAN vines was a consider
ble part of Ir. Grant's unbroken stock of last year,
(belore he relinquished busntess). and is therefote
genuine beyond question. Oar stock is large, and
unsurpassed in quality.
We oifer vines of every name. sinRly, by the dos
en, hundred or thousand, at low rates.
We hare also a Uirge, collection of all vthm-leadlng
varieties, at the lowest prices consistent with good
plants. Rood reputation awLfair dualins.
FuU iMscriptixe Circular and prices sent free.
DUDLEY & IrlERRELX,
Norscrymcu, Geneva, JS, Y.
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
We desire to call the attention of Nurserymen
Dealers and Planters to theollowinif btock, which
will be soid low lor cash
iW.non Apple Trees.
.TO.nro Peach Trees,
lo.uoo Dwarf Pear Trees,
S.iJOO St. Pear Trees.
STi.OOO Currant Bushes.
100 .into Oraoe Vtfin.
2J.ix f fnoseberry Bushes.
o,OX) Cherry '1 rets.
an,!) fcutfar Maples, Pmnll, transpianteu.
lD.iioi) Beech, small, transplanted.
20,ti0 Blackberries, mostly of the new varieties.
ai.WW Raspberries, all tiie leading kinds.
o.i'ioo.nort Osairellede Plants.
Son W'hitf p.irch. 4 to 7 feet.
And a lanre stock of I''verttreens. Roses, Shrubs,
Ornnmental Trees. Bulbs. Pu-nas, Phloxes, Ac.
'Sew Wholosale Price List now ready. Send
stams for our DescriptiveCntalogue of B4 paees.
Address HAKUISA WniMtK.
47-iiU Slar Nurseries, Quincy, 111.
" The New Ptrawberrfes at Your Door
' VERY CAEAPI
JTow Is the time to set, up to October 10th.
fr. Nics.se, ft per doz. per 100
Napolean 3d, 1 " 14
Jucuiida , 1 " "
Michif,-an, 1 M . "
Kramer Seedling 1 " 8
Chas. I)owni"nir 1 6
And all the
free by mail.
new ones at same price, delivered
THOMTSOX A ADAMS,
AU the 'ctv Illnrkberrles at Yonr Own
Ijvwton, t- per ion.
Missouri Mammoth, 10 per 100.
Kittattiny. ( per PJ0.
Wilson's Eai !y' ?o per 100.
White Cluster. $lu per VX).
Ancient liritton. 410 per 100.
Cun'.ber..nd, per Itxi. . . . -. ; ,t . ...
Sable 'iueen. flu per ion.
New Thornless. ;o per 100.
Chocolate Seedling, $10 per 100.
Wacliusett, $8 per 100.
CrvstsO White, 3 per ino.
Or one hundred of each for fSo. Only at these
prices this fall. , .
i TIIOMPSOX A ADAMS.
4MX " Brookfield, Mo.
Plant Choice Fruits.
TOW r.S THE TIME TO OKDER.
IN I -will sejid fine SAI.KM Ol'.APKH hv
R'.ail f.rSI each. Rop-Ts A. 1!, at-VK- each. Kit
tutinny nnd Wilson's Early R!:iekberrie at i per
dozen, by mail. Clark Hitsplrry. fi.V per doz.
Philadelphia O;. .fiwi per dozen. hII by luni.'.
I will deliver t'le f l!owini;at K press fli-e. prop-
erlv packe-i. at tlif f llowinu pif-es: Oncorrt nmjies
S ainl ill) oer hundred. D.-Un are. uiana, i revel
ing anil Ives !-,el'iTi2', i per nunureu. ra.ern
rnres at .7 . and per hundred. Jioirem 4, l-i.
and l'J at Wiper hundred. Fine Roses at UfO jer
dozen. Marshal Neil Rose ihy mail) 7"c e:cb.
Address JOll ihakltu.n.
2Hv Rochester, N. T.
Tlio TTaltei' Grape.
No. S one vear...
No. 3 do ...
No. 1 do .
Two years best.,
IX LARGE Q L'AXTITIES A T MUCH REP WED
R A TEH.
Sacchai luc Tests for ITIne.
At tho National Haccbaiine Test for Wine, at
JIaniinoiidsptrt, X. Y.. (X't. Sith. 1-xW. the tbtuwtMi
stootl in saccharine matter 91 Walter VJInnn lot
Delmittre Hti. This test was made with 17 ounces of
the Walter.somewhat frozen, to iil ounces of each of
me oiner varieties.
Next morning the Superintendent. Clerk, and one
of the Directors of the Pleasant Valley Wine Co.
tints pariie? woo t:oriiofiei toe lei nic nav oert)re,)
to satisfy themselves of the merits of the "Walter"
by an ecitial trial, tested 17 ounces of lona from the
same lot that were used the day before, and the
saccharometer stood at !1 the Walter heatins it s.
Jiail 1 ounces or me Delaware and Catuwim been
pressed einally hard with the alter, their skins
and centres beinir aciil, the Delaware would have
stood lower and the Catawba prrtmirtlonablr below
the Delaware. . Ail the other varieties ranged much
lower than those entmierated alMive.
There had been constant rains and damn weather
n the section wlieie the Waller grew its eonmetit-
ors trrowinif at If ammondsjMirt ami alone the lakes.
wnere tuere u;ui oeen Out little rain diirint? the sea
son dry soil and weather beinir necessary for the
perfect sweetening of (trapes.
A ctimmiltee ot tne American Institute Farmer'
Club, iu a reeptirt of bett. !, Istw, prmietl iu the
New York Semi-Weekly fribuneof Seot. i'.th. after
speakin? of the qualities of the Hit, say: "We
conclude me waller will ije a valuable rrHe In the
craie retri'ins of the npoer .Mi8.si.ssHii.oii the shores
of Lake Krie, in western New York, on the slate
soils of western Pennsylvania, and wherever else
native grapes aro suocesniuliy jrowu.
Letter frr.n Ch'trfr TT".'f -', one of the olditt vine-
varduts in th Stats.
Vinxyabd roixx, Ulster Co., If. Y.,1
Jdav la. 1.t.-l f
Messrs. Ferris A Cn'nrrsl.
Iikar Sirs: V'liirs of the ISth T am In nroint r
la which yon ask it I have any objection to seiniir
you, for pubJication. the facts I am acquainted with
in rrianon 10 ine cioiracier ot me nailer Grajte. I
have never Indorsed the character or usefulness ot
vlites, or other articles of any description, and would
not at my present stajfe of life were it -mi for two
reasons which seem sufficient. First. 1 knew tiie
HoMrr Grniie will meet the ireWj.es widtrsnreiul
throusbout thecfKiutry,eauseifcy theworthlesnness
in iniPM imnm.B oi Hiiuiv or preoeceiKors. rxw-
ond, hecause 1 Ci.il .-y uvin wrsoiial oiixervation
nut tiie Wu'Jer is tiie i)et varietv 1 have hail nv
know!e:i-e of. and 1 think I have cultivated nearlv
a,l thn; tt.ve ben recommended, discarding ti.ein
ill and f.i;!inn b.n.k uoon the Concord and Hartford
Proiitic as vuteyaril varieties. I uni interested in
knowing fiat tiie frait of the Walter Krows larsrer
ea'.b j-ear at; tr vin erows older, beinir hist veur
fully one-third lamer than it was two yeurs aico. It
Krtws weil : Bets truit Well. I have seen iL ru e sev
eral times be fere Hartford, and I have never seen
any EiUJew (,n its fr:;it or on its Urite and tnick. l.ut
Delaware shiped foliage. The flavor of tne fruit I
think superior to any other varietv. Vim uv In
your circular it is a seedling of the Delaware aud
Dina; 1 think the character of each of these varie
ties is n.nite distimruishable In tiie Wider, particu
larly Uiat or the Delaware. I alsd think ft would
make a wine of hiirh character. I lmvi visita it
annually iuce It fi rst bore, six years njro, three times
ii i. i.ster t.u., v., inn low vaiiev, where the l.sa
beilaheidom r. Bens, ami e.eh tim it uuu i'.i'i in
in August. I have seen it each of the three pt sea
sons in Pomriikeeiie. ripening at the snine time,
exceptinir last year, when ILo constuui ruins pre
vented ail varieties from maturing at their usual
time, but it pert'-t n d its fruit bv ti ie n iililli of Sep
tember. The ruisins of the last mentioned crop I
have seen and eaten, which were irood. Prom its
SllCceiliUi; III t!ie low Vflllev :ui1 t, n:Lni..i:s .Unv
Moilena, ami a!su in ti.e ilrv sli.tev misiriim
;:i.-;ike( ;,Mie. T think it w ill ) wi.'.l iY,l.t,.rwt in tho
Varied actioiis of Olir nmntrv Vrai t.'.i mill
whatever use of thess oniniotis vou d-em nmwr.
lourstni'y, CIIAKLKH W h iLEY".
5,?1-.4---Xi--- ..-,';'-?5.i-; l.'-')',' j. -i .
S; , - - -: V , - A- . -1
1' : Vf
I . : Tic it ' s
Hyacinths,' Tulips, ia; '
Other Hardy Eulbs for Fall F5a-v
I. now pul,!ishel,and wUl besentrar- ' 2
appiy. Address luraE-ou,.
LOCK STITCH KEVIsiULE Fir
TIIE OrVLY o.a'
Capable of Sewing in ?0r. v
Fastenlngr all Its own Seaa
WITHOUT STOPPTXf; THZ ir4rr,rVk
os Tuiixixv the dom 1
It USES and WASTES LEss TilRF tntv.
other, and willc.,mn,e., ain-;ua "
holding the eiius of Uieuir47
Warranted to Sew Uzztj e
GOODS EQUALLY AS WELL.
OVISIi GO, OOO
SIACIIINER SOLD SINCE 186L
JOt5end for Reports und C.rculan.
W3I. E. I'EAA'T, General Agent,
613 JIOKT1I FOUIITH ST, ' "
ST. LOUIS, MO.
J. IV. HENDERSON, Brovravlllc.X.k.
13-ivy ' r
ilmpiro Shuttle liacihe.
Patented Feb. 1 1, 1S00, A Sept. L l6. .
RECEIVED TIIE FIRST P1UZS
Great Fair of the American Institute
In New York. Oct. 2U, l.s7,
Aud Ilisiicst Premium for Uest .
i At Paris Exposition, July, lSt",
Ho. 1 Farutljr Maculae. .
This machine is constructed on a new pr.nrtplt.il
mechanism, ponsessins; many rare and v-jnr Im
provements, bavins been examined by m
profonud experts, and pronounced to D tiiipliUir
and perfection comhliiea
The foliowmir are the principal objections irps
against sewinsr machiijes:
1. kxcessive fatiirue to Cue operator.
i Liability to Ket out of order.
3. Kxpen-te. trouble, and loss of time in rvpu'niif.
I. Iii'aj.a.'ity t sc.v fv-.ry li.-.--.".; : :. u or murtji.
5. iiisaijrt Jubie noise wi.ile in o.t-ruU)-.
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from all thcxe Objection,
It ha a straight Need', rerpi-cdiciiiar Attca,
makes the I-k or Shutf U' Mitcn, w!nra vtill wilhtf
rip nor ravel, and is unke on boin Md; jwrtins
perfect sewinsr on every description of Duu-rji,
with cotton, linen or tuik thr wad, iroia tlieownm
to the finest number.
It Hems, Foils, Iiind-s, IiraiLtTuti
QuilU, i'laits aud Uuthtn.
As a Family Sewing Machine K has no mipfi
tij.et'ial uticutioit is caUcd to our new iiupnit
Nos. 2 & 3 Jlannf ict arias; Zlichhm
Thev have b"en thorough! v tested on fverr
iution of Clolii and Leather Work. ruiiu.uV
fcleain Power at toe rate of
8!ilrhcpcr Minnie. .
er Shuttle M:i:liin now in u.e: Die stiv (1 .''tl,
nniturm and benii'u'iil ; they are simple ium"
tton, easiiy uniler-tl. smi not ue ImOie Uu"
of order, run litflit and are roinparativrly i
For Tailrin or Lt atlu r Work weclaun tiitftlT
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machine tnat i;:is ever been ol.ereU to tiie pt-Biit
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FAMILY SEViMQ HACHIfB
493 Hrm4teyy .Vm fra.
Fointa of Zicellenca.
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfectiou aud SimiIicity of M
Using both threads direct! from
the ppoola. '
No fastenfn."; of Beams by 9Di
no waste of thread.
Wide rantre of application -without
change of adjustment.
The seam retains its teuify and Una
nesa after wahinir ami ironlii'.
Besides doing all kindof wurke
by other Sewing Mat-hint, tlie Ma
chines execute the mot beautiful aiw
permanent Kinbroidcry andoruamtu
n- The Hihe&t Premiums at ail tie
and exhibitions of the United Sfa
Kurope, hava been awarJ;d the Graver i
ker Sewing M ;whine, and the wori don V
them, wherever exhibited. In cwniiitl
0- The very highest prize, T Cr
Ih W.eiom mf Honor y was conferred on
represeuUtlve oX the Grover 4 taker:
Machines, at the Exposition Uniw
Paris, 18C7, thus attesting their KreJt "P4
ority over all other Sewing Machine.
LIrs. J. K. BSAH, Agent,
3i-y Br.oryviiifc '
T II E
SEWING 3IY Cin"
woolen or ctjUoa goods.
Warranted for Five Yesf
:enU wtn be suir1'3 'it!l ''"P1;! ,.ri - J
nine, iu ctu (' iu-n.nt. It "p'Zlit
e stitch miide bv the meer. """Tt-iS!
e and i'lor.'nr- Maclnnes. Jil(i
h-st of m.rli pr.r-i ':li"':',",1,arS :
.. i .. ....... i ..v....,.. n,..ln, i rl trl
r.iis tins ieen. W5 are efiauitru fcu ju:
shuttle Miwhine at a very l.tw l'rx'-J!j B.n
its sim;)licitr, and con.seooent low c"viaiju
turing, in co'uipaxi-ioii with coniviicui
We wish to arrnnec with A nis. yiZ
to reprewnt ti. A:"rica3 smift.- -T . ,;(
iaeach State, Cojntv nud Town tsi trt ri:
and Ontario. .tr;i iiid:n-enieiits -v0rt
Agents. I'or full r.ar::ciilars, a w
!t ?' ft
ths benefit or o'-r . ,: nt-
, partis 'who hay ...yi'1
....1 C... ., . ' " ' '..jll '
of s:i:i; '.!"-! and fi
Manip. Adilre3 U
X retailed at a prce within tl-. fh-.
M;'cliin t' n niit''it rit""'". Jlim !
Mitch i,;vJike on both side, lias a .M-if '"'j, J
sion, and can do everv vnrit-ty of k11 j. rlf
hem, f"ll. bind, cr.rd hrai4. quft
uidiitaer; wiU work equnlly weu ' 41)Bc
. iua u:,c"
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