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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1869)
VL W. FURNAS, Editor.
JtSAll ConjmunicRtlons intended for this Depart
niciit sbould be addressed to the Editor.
We offer as an apology for lack of
matter in our Department this week,
the fact that for the past three weeks
ve have been "on tb.3 go," with our
County and State Fairs. This week
we publish the premium list awarded
by our County Fair, which occupies
about the ppace allotted to us. We
have much we intended to say in con
nection with the Fairs and the results.
Every friend of Agriculture in Ne
braska may well be proud of the re
sults of this season.
Br ie Nemaha Connlr Agricultural
mid Mechanical Association, at It
Fourth Annual Fair, Itcld at Mrown-
UIe,Ibraak.a, September ii ana
CLASS 1. Farm and Gardex.
Committee has not yet reported.
CLASS 2. Hedges and Groves.
Committee has not yet reported.
CLASS 3 Cattle.
Best null. J vs. and over. J. R. Terrell
Second bent, A. T. J). Huirbes
Cow, 3 vs. an over, J. K. Terrell .
" hiecond bet. J. R. fanipbell
venrling Heifer, Jonathan II iggins.
'i veur old Heifer, Robert iilmore
Bull, I vr.old. Jonatlmn Iliggins
cilf, J. B. Campbell
ITeiferC'hlf, J. B. Caiiipbell
Pair Work Oxen, liobL Mi-Comu
- Native Bull of any age, A. T. D. Ilughes
. CLASS 4. Mules axd Jacks.
Best Blooded Stallion, I years old, with pedi
gree, Jesse Cole, Hr ..
Rtallion. vrs. and over. J. RLarkin
Second besi.Tbos. Heady
. "HtAUion. 4 yrs. and over, W. Linn .
Second txt, Oeo. Ashley
" Ftalllon, 2 yrs. and over, 8. P. Majors
See ond bed, J. Rerry Diplo
Horse anv sex for saddle, A. W. i uwa f
Second best, T. Trimmer , - -
" Brood Mure and sucking colt, J. ILArg
' t no
FS-cond bwt, T. C Klmsey
" 8 year oll J- usey, . r. lump
Pecond lwst, John Artrabright
' Pair Mares. J. Q. A. Siuith.
Second best. H. O. M! nick
- tiolding for barney. W. M. Chase..
Second best, A. J. Richardson..
Venning Vlt, P. f-U-aras
Pnckine Colt. W". lAnn
fex-nnd best. Robert I. ad per.
" Mares for harness, J. R. I-arkla
" 2 vtar old (Jetdlnz. F. Pwarts......
pilr Draft Horses, J. II. Shook A ro
Ftalllon of anv ape, R. P. Mator .
Mare of any aije. Mortimer McComas...
. . . JACKS AND 2TCZF-K.
pair Mules. W. II. Richardson.-
Sconn wsi. name
Mule Colt, Thou. B. Mwirdl..
Second best Jack, A. J. Richardson
Second beet Jennett, W. 1L Richardson.
CLAS8 5. Swine.
Boat Boar, Rtevenson A Cross-Diploma and
Sfloiinfl twt, K. M. McComas
" sow. W. H. Hawley Diploma and
Second bet, E. M. Mo xmas.
" l,uter of Pigs. W. J I. nawley.
. . SKXid best, JU M. MaJomas..
CLASS C Sheep and Goats.
CLASS 7. Poultry. '
Awards were made and tickets
placed on coops. The Committee failed
to report. The tickets will be cashed
on presentation to the Treasurer.
CLASS S. AgriculturalFroducts
Grain and Seed.
Best balf bushel Oats. 8. TTow ! 00
' " ; spring Wheat, same . 2 00
" f. " J'all - " "
" , Com, B. F. Mclninch. 1 no
" Swe Corn, John Anmbricht So
Ve'.low Corn, liobcrt Uilmore 1 00
r- CDASS 9. Field Croi.
. (3 Entries.)
Committee has not yet reported.
CLASSno. Farm and Aoricultu
. " kal Products.
Tjnrest ftisplsv or Potntors R. W. Furnas -
Jitit s-et Iumpkin, Wm. Buntz..
" PCk Tomniw!. tutme, -
" h D Ird, eo. Crow
" 2 LoHven of Bread baked by a girl 12 yrs.
of aire. Susan O. Crow . -
nample Jried Corn, 1L O. Minlck
displnrof Cnbbaca. A. T. I). Hutrhes
' Iry Licht B'Tuit.Mrs. A. McComaa..
21-oavesof Brend.Mrs. ROR.sel..
-C doen Parnnrw. 11 J. (iillUand
" 6 Em Honey, S. Snyrler....:
' dor.en Beets, John Arenbritrht
" C . Butter, Mrs. Kotrt Uilmore
jeck Onions, teo. tYw
" rtoren rnt. Mrs. iovele-ts -
t - mXt bus. Irish Potatoes, W. II. llawley
" aample Peppers, Mrs. loveless
Sack Hour, j nompson uro
t .V n luut, J 't "
and larirwt dispiaj- of vegetables by one
li . TLl .S ..
ex Jlioiior, l t. .ua siiiii
half bushels Tumi pa, M. McComas .
CLASS 11. Fruits and Flowers.
Tiit and lnrtrent varietv of Annies. Mrs. Love-
Becond lievt, J. Ci. A. Smith- - "
and larpest display of Peaches, Mrs.
Pecond best fi. W. Brat ton 1 00
" anH lart-ost 1isl)laV of 1'CaXS. IL W. Fur-
nas . Diplo
Second best. . W. Bratton 100
" nd lurcest disnlav ol Urapes. 1L . i ur
nas - Diplo
. 12 bunches of OraiHss (tjoncora), it. w. (
second best (Isabella). C W. Bratton. 1 00
orape kie (Diana. R. W. Furnas Diplo
Second best Tlia urune). Jkirs. weo. k.
Davis . - 1 00
uneclmcns of Annies (Summer Queens).
Iliram Aldprman...... Diplo
- specimen of Peaches (seedlings), RobU
Gilmore - "
" arraneed basket of Apples, Alfred Ras-
. - sell, (colored boy) - Diplo
" " Canned iVars in Olass.Mrs. 1LO. Mlnick 1 oo
Jellies, Mrs. IL F. Barrett Diplo
. " Canned Currants, Mrs. Ixiveless.... '
' ' Pvramid Boufiujt, Mrs. L. Hoadly...'.. "
Seo.nd best, Mrs. li rat ton..
display of Dahlias
best, 11. Y. White....
' Uisnlay Of Pb Iot, Mrs. Worthing..... "
" ' Asters.Mrs. Marion . "
Zinnias, Miss Hamilton. "
Round Bouquet, Mrs. Robert 1'eare
Lar,-e Bquet, Mrs. Iwis llill... "
" Smail Bon 1 1 uet. Miss Conner
" lianting Basket of Flowers, Mrs. Love
less . .... M
" Hardng A.irCastle(verj-larKoand Cjie)
Miss Trowbridge and Mrs. De Forest
In addition to the above awards the
committee take pleasure in stating
that in fruits there were fine and large
displays made by A. T. D. Ilughes,
J. P. Deuscr, J. C. Deuser, W. G. Glas
gow, II. O. Minick, Dr. McComas, Dr.
Graff of Omaha, Mr. Shellenberger,
Mr. Laurance, E. Lyanna, and others
-whose names we were unable to ob
tain. Mr. Lyanna presented two fine
t-eedling apples one was particularly
eo large, well formed, fine colored,
and highly flavored. In honor of the
President of the Association it was
named the Furnas apple.
The committee were unable to ob
tain names of all varieties. Mrs.
Loveless exhibited over 40 varieties ;
. Mr. Smith, 12 varieties ; Mr. . Alder
man, 10 varieties ; Mr. J. C. Deuser, 4
varieties; Mr. Glasgow, 8 varieties;
Mr. Russell, 6 varieties ; Mr. Minick,
8 varieties of apples. ' Mr. Furnas
exhibited 8 varieties of pears, and 7
variety of grapes. The peaches were
all seedlings, but were very fine in
most instances. The association may
well be proud of its fruit exhibition,
and the county of the results of the
labors of those who early had faith in
fruit growing. "Can we raise fruit
in Nebraska?" is no longer a doubt
ful- question. The magnificent dis
play of excellent fruit exhibited at the
Fourth Annual Fair In Nemaha
County, Fettles the matter.
The committee desire to bear testi
mor.y, too, to the excellencies in the
leading and essential characteristics
of all fruit on exhibition, and which
Bccrn to be leading features in Ne-
braska fruit. Fruits are perfect in
shape, size and color, and free from
disease of any kind. This may be at-
ributed, to some extent, to the fact
that trees are young and vigorous, yet
we must express our faith in the soil
The Floral di.?plar was most excel
lent, and great credit is due to the la
dies for their contributions and labors
in arranging. All of the above named
ladies, in addition to those for which
awards were made, furnished large
numbers of Bouquets, and any quan
tity of flowers.
CLASS 12. Agricultural Imple
(37 Entries.) ' "
Best Turnini? Tlovr, F. A. Tlsdel, Jr.
Fanning Mill, same
Breaking Plow, same. .......... ......
Corn Sheller. same
Horse llHv-Iljike, same- .
heat- Drill, same..
Threshinir Machine, same
and largest display of Agricultural
Implements, same ....... do
JTorse Corn Planter, W. T. Den do
u Walking Cultivator, same do
Reaper and Mower, Shellenberger
WashinE Machine, J. C, Denser ' do
Clothes Wrinser. Shellenberger Bros do
Double Shovel Plow, J. R. Terrell do
" 2 Horse Plow, W. T. len .. do
Finishing Buniber, J. R. Bell ... do
" 4 Doors, same..... - do
" Hash, same. . do
Double Door, same............ . do
Floorftig. same do
" . picket Fence, Kilbourn,Jenklns ACo do.
Shingles, same do;
Single Door, same. . do
" siding, same. - ... do
" Lain, same , : do
CLASS 13. Vehicles, Stoves, Sad
Best Man's Saddle, B. F. Souder Diploma
" One Horse Cutter, A. J. Met all
Six-cimen Painting, Br"ant t Lemon
" Men's Dress Boots, W.T. Den ..
" ladies' tiaiter, same .
" and lanrest display of Boots & Shoes
W. W. Hackney .
" Cook Stove and Trimmings, Shelln
Second best, J. C. leuser
" Parlor stove, J. C. Deuser ..
Second best, Shellenberger Bros .
" displav of Stoves and Ware, same..
Open Buggy, Dr. Mathews
Second best, J. Berry.
CLASS 14. Fixe Arts and Tex
Best display of Worsted work, Mrs. N. N.
tireen - Diploma
" specimen Ientistry. Dr. J. Blake do
- - israaine, airs. . ii iavis- u'
fntomsn Cover. Miw C Shirts....,,
Fancy Ijimp Mat, same
Sewing Machine, Wheeler & Wilson,
JI. J. Bargis
Oil Painting, animals, R. W. Furnas
Crotchet work ( Afghanl.Mrs.Haodly
Patch work Quilt. Mrs. Cumings.,
Worsted Scarf, Mrs. Geo. B. Moore
Pin Cushion, same
Siik Quilt, Mrs. I-ewis Hill
dies' Collars. Mrs. II. B. Strong
10 yds. Rag Carpet, Mrs. Robt. Tears
pair Woolen Blankets, W. T. Den ..
Woolen Yarn, same -
Dress Suit, Jacob Marohn .
Worsted Guilt, Mrs. Conner.....
Bed Quilt. Miss Morris
Worsted Skirt, same.
Ladies Skirt, same.
Flannel Skirt, same.
Braid Skirt. Mrs. lloadley.
Card Basket, Mrs. Graham .
Embroidered Iin Cushion, Miss
Coverlet. Mrs. Thos. Heady
display Millinery Goods, Mrs. Bear.
Dress Coat, J. K. Iletr.el
Wax work. Miss C Davidson
Needle work, Mrs. J. Blake
Note by Committee. There were
two other fine eilk quilts exhibited
one by Mrs. Hart, and the other by
Grandma McComas. Mrs. Phila Ar
nold also exhibited an excellent speci
men of rag carpet. The committee
regret that they were unable to obtain
the names of many other exhibitors,
whose articles were on exhibition and
not provided for in this class. .It is
supposed, however, that they, will all
be provided for in the discretionary
CLASS 15. Fquestriansiiip.
. (5 Entries.)
First best. Miss Mary Haywood ... 15 00
Second best, Mrs. Sarah E. Stephens..... 10 00
Third best, Mrs. Lydia Beeson 6 00
CLASS 16. Discretionary.
Best Floe Plum, Alfred Russell
" FireExtincuisher.Hauk fc Armitate
" -Straw Cutter, F. A. Tisdel, Jr .. ..
" Sickel Grinder, same..
" Specimen Long Wools, 14. W. 8cott of
" Specimen Short Wools, Beaundhal &
Co., New York.
" Ramie Fibre, J. Bruckner, New Or
leans " Excelsior Garden Hoes, Ed. Warren,
Ceresco, Mich .
" Potato Diirger, J. Brinkerhoof, Au
burn, N. Y ....
" Dressed Cashmere Goat Skins, K. W.
" Indian Curiosities, same
M Geologicul Collection, same....
Fur Robe, same
" Cshmere Furs, same........
M Seedling Teaches, same....... .
' Fig Tree, same .
" Orange Tree, same.
" California (Jrapes, Mrs. Tipton
M Display of Small Fruits, la spirits, R,
" Radislies, H. O. Minick
" Jtve Hive. Don Arnold .
Second best, It. W. Furnas
Wax Work, Fruits, Cross and Au
tumn Leaves, M iss C Davidson
Ax Helves, J. C. Curtis
" Display of Groceries, W. T. Den..
M Wreath of Roses, Mrs. Hoadly
" Zephvr Rug, same ....
" Parlor Organ. J. K. Dye
Second bet, Mrs. Graham,.
" Night Dress, Miss Morris........
" Chimisette, same
" Hog Tamer, J. C. Deuser
Pruning Shears, same..
Lot Piece Goods. J. Marohn
" 3 pieces Beaver Cloth, Jacob Marhon
9 jiieces Fancy Casimere. same .
" Display Furnishing Goods, J. S. IleW
Mop Handle and Fastening, J. C
" Pencil Work, Mrs. Hellen Rogers
" Yellow Siberian Crab Appics, Simp
Trunks and Valises, J. S. Hetzel...
" Cashmere Over Shirt, same....
We are not able just now to give the
exact financial condition of the Soci
ety. Enough is known, however, to
say that there will be a balance in
the Treasury after "all Premiums and
expenses are paid.
An effort was made to pay the pre
miums on the ground. It was impos
sible to do so to completion. A good
many were paid there, however. The
next day the Secretary and Treasurer
remained in town all day, and paid all
who applied. The balance of premi
ums will be paid on application to the
Secretary, II. O. Minick, for an order,
and to the Treasurer, J. Q. A. Smith,
for the cash. There is money to pay
all premiums of this year, and those
remaining unpaid from last year." All
who wish their premiums will make
application as above before January
1st, 1870. As it will then be necessary
to know the financial condition of
affairs for the coming Fair, it will be
taken forgranted that all uncalled for
premiums at that time are donated to
the Society, and none will be paid af
ter that date.
Quite a number who are anxious to
have the grounds further improved,
have donated their premiums, both
this year and the last, for that purpose.
The Treasurer is keeping a list of such,
and the "Ilonoray List" will be pub
lished in due time.
For Diplomas call on the Secretary,
II. O. Minick:
We congratulate the farmers and
mechanics of Nemaha County, that
their Fourth Annual Fair was in all
respects, "more than a success." Let
us endeavor to maintain our reputa
tion in this respect.
-R. W. FURNAS, Prest.
n. M. Minick, Secy.
Prof. Tiallot. Director of the Neth
erland Metrorolop-ical Institute, at
Utrecht, states that the draining of
the Haarlem Lake, in Holland, a sur
face of 19,000 hectares (about 41,5ai
acres), has had the effect of increasing
the average Summer temperature of
that locality and the aldacent country
by onehalf a degree Centigrade, and
of increasing the average Winter
temperature one-half a degree.
Ferre; Batcltclder z Co.
IMfuHTKBS AITD XJuX28 IN
DUTCH BULTJUS ROOTS, v
Flowering Shrubs and Greenhouse
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds
Agricultural and Horticultural
OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OP
FALL : BULBS
SENT ON RECEIPT OF FIVE CENTS.
' , Successors to B, K. BLISS, - .
Bulb andVinter Flowering Plants
For Autumn of 1S69,
In Quantity, Quality and Prices not to be exceeded
by any other establishment In the country.
Hyacinths, Tulips, Crocn Polyan
thus Narcissus, Fritillarias, An
. . monei, Oxalls, Ranunculus, Snoir
Drop, Japan Lillies, Tubroses,
' Also s general assortment of
Bedding and Ornamental
In their season.
47Senl for a Catalogue.
350 Malm St.,
52-2m fSPKIXG FIELD, JTASS.
Apple Root Grafts !
(.- Apple Root Grafts!!
WE solicit early orders for Apple
Root Grafts of all leading kinds, to be
on Four Inch Koota, put up the coming winter by
experienced hands, in the most careful mannor,
each kind properly labeled and packed In damp
Bitwdust, ko as to rv&oh at any distance in khhX con
dition, lux) to Sou) 4 perluuo; 1U.IM) tor 75 ; and
25,w for $150. More at cheaper rates. These prices
Include packing and boxing A tine lot of one year
old Apple Trees, from 2 to 3 feet, will sell cheap ;
also Urtipe Vines, CurranU, Strawberries, lied ire
Plants and Apple flocks. - Send for Price List, free
to all applicants. Address
52-1 m Eox 11, HUxmiingt'tn, IU.
THE BEST CURRANT GROWN.
This Currant Is universally admitted to be the
best in cultivation. It is a strong, vigorous grower,
has (Treat thickness of leaf, which enables it suc
cessfully to resist the attacks of the currant worm;
is productive, and bears very large and handsome
We have made a specialty of the "Versailles."
and now offer an unequalled stock of 1 and 2 year
old plants. Purchasers can rely on receiving flrst
eiajia plants from us, at the following rates :
2 years old 410 per 100 per 1000
1 " " " 65 "
Sample sent by mall on receipt of 50 cts.
Versailles cuttings, $10 per 1000.
50-5m PouRhkeepsie, N. Y.
EARLY ROSE POTATOES
AT SPECIAL RATES.
Having a large stock of these choice Potatoes, and
being short of storage room and money, I will for a
ehort time sell at special rates to those wishing to
purchase this fall. . A. BIEIU
50-4t Alton, 111.
100,000 Strong Grape Tines,
Consisting of Concord, Ives, Norton's Vlririnla,
Kofrers' Uybrids, etc., etc Price List sent to all ap
plicants. Address E.A. IUEHL,
60-2m Alton, III.
GRAPE VIIVES I
A splendid stock of all valuable varieties, offered
this (till mid coming spring, of superior quality and
at very reasonable prices. , '
Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue
containing valuable Information on Grape Culture,
will be mailed to all applicants enclosing 2i cents.
Price List gratis; orders solicited.
Address ISIDORE BUSH 4t CO.
SO-novl nichl apllS Bushburg, Mo.
' Farmers, read the following recommendation of
this unrivalled invention, and then send for a Dig
ger, and if it fails to work as recommended, send it
back and your money will be refunded. A man
with this Digger can dig twice as many potatoes in
a day as he can with a hook, or with a hoe, and with
less than half the fatigue, consequently you save the
wasres and board of a man every day you use it,
which In a short time will ry the cost or a Digeer,
and tt will last a lifetime with ordinary care. You
have no vines to pull, or weeds to clear away, but
you take the bill just as yon find It. Thrust the
ligsr under it. pry it up. and throw It upside down
and the potatoes are all in sight ready to pick up,
which operation Is performed generally in less time
than it would take to pull the v'nesand get ready to
dig with a hook or hoe; so In reality the Digger
costs you notliiug, but on the contrary, you make
money by buying and osing IC Price (7, on receipt
of which they will be shipped as directed.
Agents wanted in every town, to whom liberal
Inducements are offered, irend for a sample, and
sell them to your neighbors. The trade supplied at
the usual discount.
Addrea all orders and communications to
J. BKINKERIIOFF, x
50-2m Aubnrn, N. T.
We would call the attention of those who wish to
purchase Nursery Stock, either to plant or to sell
agiiin, to the fact that we have for sale, at wholesale
and retail, such articles as are usually to be found in
all first class Nurseries, and at low- prices. Our
stock consists of Dwarf and Standard
Apple. Cherry. Pear, IMam, and other Fruit
Trees; Quince Uubea.CarrantN. Goose"
ries irmwberriet tie.
all selected with a view to their adaptability to the
climate of the West. We have a large assortment
Fverrrera nnd Derldeoas Shade and On'
mental Tree, shrubs ana Plants.
Itoee growing we make a specialty, and are pre
pared to furnish
all grown on their own roots, at prices that are un
equalled. We would ask thofe who wish to pur
chase in either large or small quantities, to examine
our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Catalogues aeut to applicants. .'..''' O
LEWIS ELLSWORTH & CO.,
Sn-m ' KsplervHlA.nl.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
t - HETZEL'S.
JOB "WORK, Neatly and Plainly
0 Kx ecu ted, ut tbe Advertiser Job Rooms.
EX0021EYG GROTD ISURSERY
Ct( (fC STROyo, tnmty.weu grown
CUUjUUU one anJ two year old
at Lovatt Prirts. Alto a
General Nursery Stock, ;
including about everything found In a first class
Karsery. Will contract to put up
In the best of order, the coming winter. ;
Addreu. W.P.WILLS A SOX.
f!-Sm Bloomington, 1U.
Every Kan Should have a Patch.
"71 it the most toothsome tpecit of this dclicinut ter
ry." Chicago Republican.
fifteen 1 oerry excuea txmxutrrvunr, wunmuvm
the Fuir, both from Ut tize awXflavor." Grand Prairie
"Jilt a larpe, bright, tearlet berry, jietn wnue, vmn
apleaimntacui." fraine farmer.
'It U the best table berry we ever tatted." Paxton
"It contain more tacrAartne maltsr and lest fiber
than any otter variety we have ever tatted." Gillman
"A t a table berry it It unemtauea oy any oerry grown
in thit toeality." Iroquois Republican.
S fW OrJtl UVIK Omf iwiiwttta. ... .... -.-' ..
"They are very large and rich flavored." Kankake
"It it worthy of the people! 't confidence. Resolution
of Onargo Horticultural Society.
. mit nMtm oHvlnor m. full AmurlTw
tion and engraving of the berry, sent to any address
. . ED. KVMLIT,
49-3m Oranga, TIL
We again offer our usually hsavy stock of
well grown and thrifty.
4to6feet-f8perl00 f per 1000
3 to 4 feet-f3 per 10B .f 10 per 1000
LargeBlocks of Strong 2 & 3 years old
5to7feet-18perl00 ..150 per 1000
to 5 feet f 12 per 100 lOOperlOOO
Plums and Vpricot.
One Tear Old, Nicely Branched and
Concord & Clinton Grapes.
One and Three Tears Old, at Very
Lo w Rates. -
All the Finest Sorts, in Quantity,
T?-kx3Aa V Incina V If nana?
Choicest Varieties in Cultivation.
Hybrid Perpetual . j
' ' f 12 per 1U0 ...180 par 1000
- i per 109.:. per M
Tea, China, Xolsetta, r . ,
Bourbon, &.C. &c,
'..-.. .. at very low rates. - ' - -
TA fnll line of Stock.
f In every Department.
HOOPES, BRO. & THOMAS, s
' cilERRY HILL JTCTiSERIES, , r 7
West Chester, Pa. i
T ' The Honk of Evergreen , a practical work
XI J on we cone-iieanng iisnut, uy jnsin
1 loo pes, sent per mall, prepaid, on receipt of price,
tyAddress as above.
, GROIYI MISSOURI.
0 ' " -
93 Lushcls Osage Seed Wanted in 1869.
f will ship. Freight pre paid, V Pnclps, or any
otner it&urcaa u.iion in orua ALissouri, i
Good Ilctfge Plants
AtS'ZO per 1000 next Fall, or 3 next Spring.
MPT Printed directions furnished ' - -,
CIIAS. PA TTER&ONy
. KIEKSVILLE, MO.'
fTT J C TlJTTPPCnil' rf VlrlrmviMo T Ti A
YIEfi and I, a MA&AXTHT, of LaPlata. have
formed a partnership to carry on a general Nursery
Dusinw extensively, near Kirksviiie, who a Drancn
at lal'iata, under the style or , . .
Patterson, Davies & Macarthy,
' We have an assortment of Truits at LaPlata:
also 20 acres APPLE SEEDLIXQS, and expect to
piHIll . , . . . j.
400,000 Apple Grafts
next season, with other things la proportion.
Charleston Nurseries !
I Import my Bulb direct from the most reliable
which enables me to offer them at prices mnch be
low me usnai rates, besides giving my customers
My order this year embraces none bnt such as
have been thoroughly tested and proved worthy.
All warranted to give good satisfaction, if properly
Full instnvtion for the management of Bulbs,
may oe round in my f- .
CATALOGUE No. 4.
Reside bulbs, I "have on sale a very choice selec
tion of ' )
ROSES, GREENHOUSE AND
FLOWERING SHRUBS, VINES,
TREES, NATIVE AND
and other small fruits, tc. Ac, any all of which I
feel half inclined to sell it reasonable prices, fehould
I chancre my mind, willgive due notice.
I publish four catalogues, any or all of which are
sent free upon application.
No. 1 Describes Frets, Flowering Shrubs and
Na. 2 Describes Green House and Bedding Plants
Tim. 3 Wholesale or Trade List .
No. 4-Dutch Bulbs.
Address X. C Me. LA IX,
48-2m Charleston, Coles Co., IIU
We have a large sto?k of the following articles,
with man v others, which weoffer VERY low to cash
buyer.. Warranted trie to name, and CiOOD IN
EVEKY RESPECT. ,
Apples. Pears, Orrrles. Peaches, Flams,
Unlace, ; rupcw, Haspberrie.
Strawberriea. It la(k berries. Evercreeas,
Ornamrnta Trees. Ishrabs,
Flowers, Hoverina- i!hrnbs, See;.
We want a good relitole man, who can come well
recommended, to acta agent for us, in every county
in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, to sell on
Commission or Salary.
; E. I BOBB St CO., .
B loom i n et on ; in .
ATS AND CAPS. All Varieties
aDfl Stylea, at UETZEli B.
FALI '18G9 and SPRING 1STO.
All Grafted or Budded,'
And Every Tree "Warranted Trne to
1,500,000 Apple, Cherry, Plum, Stand
ard ana JJwarj rear j. reev, f
VERY LOW RATES.
Farmers can grow this stock to Orchard Size at ft
Nursenymen can make from 300 to 50O per
cent, to grow It two years.
For a man starting in ids piurwrjr uusuict.vuio
Is the best kind ot Stock be can buy.
Pear and Cherry Trees,
4 to 12 Cents.
Apple Trees, - '
to 6 Cents.
We offer also ft full assortment of all kinds of '
(i " . -
For all description of Stock and prices, enclose
Established! T" MOODY 5os8,
f NlAOABA NtTKSERIES,
1839. J 47-3m Loekport, IT. T.
OSAGE OEAXOE SEED AND
We propose to supply any quantity of
OSAQE OBAXGE PLANTS AND SEED,
' to say the least,
AS GOOD AS THE MARKET
SEEDS WARRANTED NEW.
Both Reed and Tlants warranted to give satisfac
tion, as the price and quality. For particulars ad
LAMSON, DOBBIN & CO.,
47-tw . State Centre, Iowa.
St. Clair Nurseries.
SUMMERFIT.T.T). ..... ILL.
I offer to nlanters and dealers ft large and well
grown stock of Fruit and Ornamental 1 rees. Hardy
Native Grape Vines, Evergreens, Koees, Shrubs,
ftc. The 8Uck offered for sale the coming Fall,
owing to a favorable season, hiis made a nnegrowtft
and will. I think, rive satisfaction to all.
The attention of Dealers is especially invited to
ay unusually line stock of Standard Appies, eon
sisting of all the leading Western and Southwestern
Wholesale nnd Retail Catalogues now out nnd for
warded to all applicants. K. r . UAUOLK.
Branch Otfices. la and 15 Monroe Street, Memphis,
Tenn., and corner of Main and Osage Sts., Sedalia,
Established In 1S5S.
LAEGE AND FINE STOCK
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
Small Fruits in Great Variety.
In large snpply, of pop
ular oid ana ciioice new
ClfEDPDMP of all fleslrable kinds
CVCnunillll JO nnd different sizes, fre
quently transplanted in Nursery. A com
plete assortment of
ARM A R ACUTA I . SHRUBS. VINES.
UnUHIiir-HHAL ROSKS, GREEN-
UOUSEAliEJJDINQ FJANTS, BULLS, &c
and other Vegetable Plants, in their season.
No. 1, by the 100,000 or Million.
All the above grown with greet care, and especial
reitrence to the wants of the Westorn planters.
Send for Catalogues.
Adarctt, SPA CEDING CO..
4'-gm . Sprinpflirld, IU.
GOLD. DF. PEACHES.
num IreeSi 4 to sreet. one year, branched.
per iw, f la ; per iouu, f lix.
Plum SeedllDETS. Wto15oenono.owing
to quality and quantity. Chmplrte asaortminl of
lrer. T.amt, vine; Khrvb. heetutnj. fnortc. jiooi-
vratt, etr., ere. 8end stamp for ITice L.ist; Ten
cents for Catalogues. Adore,
47-3m W. F. IIEIKES, Dayton, O.
We have a large and complete stock of
AFPLE, PEACII, CHERRY, AP
RICOT, ORNAMENTAL AND
SHADE TREES, EVERGREENS,
ORAPE VINES, SMALL FRUITS,
ROSES, SHRUBS, Ac, Ao, &c.
Protssratd and crown hv ns at mr Nnrsprr. whlrh
we offer to planters at as low rates as equally good
stock can be furnished at any other Nursery In the
We do not bny, but raise our 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 large ones:
Parties favoring ns with their orders will please
give ns plain directions, how, where to, by what
route, and to whom they wish their goods consigned.
Correspondence solicited and Price .List sent on
4B-9m Quincy. Ill
1."tft (inn one and two year old grape vines,' of
' the leading varieties only all grown
In the open ground.
Ierlers. and those wishinc to Plant lanrelr. will
do well to send for our Ot'lYicc Xrft before
JT. MICHEL BRO..
49-Sm 411 Locust 8treet, St. Louis. Ma
OSAGE HEDGE PL.AXTS.
HAROIS & SOMiLER,
Of the Ptaji Ncsjeriw. Quincv minds, offer
to tbe trade a laree quantity of Osaee Plants, grown
on rolling land and therefore very superior to thoee
grown on fiat land this wet summer. Thev will be
sold very cheap for cash. Those desiring plants bv
the 10, 10u. or l,f)u.( will do well to correspond
with them. New Trade List now ready. 47-4m
JOB PRINTING, in one or more
colors, promptly don at the Advertiser
JobOQoe. . . .
Took the flrst premium at the Great Strawberry
ghow at Geneva, N. v., in June last, xvn pef.ng wun
IDO varieties, tan siiow ice dosi recommena 01 aay
berries in the United States.
Admitted by all persons at the Fatr In Bochester
In June last, to be the Bnest berries ever seen.
I win sena tree vy nxmu, iur .sjv
1 dot Keechs Favorite, .
I " (Joliah,
1 " Trumpet, and
. 1 copv Grape Growers' Guido.
1 dos. Keecb's Favorite, i
1 - Golieh, .
1 " Trumpet,
1 M Mars, and
1 copy Manual on Orape Growing.
ForflO.UOby Kjpresss .......
60 Concord Grape Vines, 2 years.
20 Iona, ' '
; 10 Pelawares,
5 Kogers No. 13,
5 Dianas, t
3 Creveiin?, ' '
1 Kebecca, all two years, grown in open air,
1 Grape Grower's Guide.
50-3m - Waterloo, Senaca Co.. W. r.
50,000 PEACH TREES
FOR SALE CHEAP !
of which 8,000 are the SALWAY PEACH.
Also Apple, Pear, Pliun & Cherry Trees, with a
large stock of Blackberry, Baspberry and Straw
berry plants. '
SEND FOR PRICES.
J. I?Iadison Pullen,
3 - HIGHTSTOWN, N. J."
T. C. MAXWELL & BIlOM
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
: GENETA, ON TAB IO CO., N. T.
Invite the attention of
Dealers and rianters,
. - ' 9 .
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
Choice Nursery Stock
,'. Including .
Frnit Trees Standard and Dwarf;
Ornamental Trees aad ShrubsDeciduous
and Everjjree i
Small Frult-Gr''eT:e All varieties;
Roues, Green Iloaso and Beddlac
Plants, Bulbs, &e.
Parties wishing SELECT NiritSKRY STOCK,
either for their own planting or to sell again, are re
anested to give us a eall or write for particulars,
enclosing stamps for catalogues as follows :
Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits three red stamps.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals three red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
T. C. MAXWELL & BROS, .
Geneva, Ontario, Co., 2T. Y.
Tit E IU PLANTERS,
The undersigned have the largest stock af
EVERGREENS AH D FOREST
in the market, and are selling them at a mnch less
price than it is possiole to obtain them elsewhere.
Nurserymen can buy of us more seedling trees of
Detter quality, icr tne same money, man anvwnerw
else in America. Several varieties, in lots of 100,000
or more sold lor
$1,00 per THOUSAND.
We offer American Yew, the most rare and
most valuable Dwarf Evergreen in the world.
fiTSend 10 cts. for liirse descriptive Catalogue,
with several plates and full descriptions of ail vari
eties offered : or send stamp lor advertising price
PINNEY A WEAD.
43-3m Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
Dutcb FIover Ilulbs.
Onr Descriptive Catalojre of Tulips. Hyacinths,
Narcissus. Crocus, Billies.Hardy Herbaceu8 Plants,
6h ni bs, c, Ac, is now reaay, ana wui oe mauea on
II. MICHEL A BRO.,
49-3m 411 Locust street, 8t. Louis, Mo.
STAND AMD PEAR
2 and 3 years old. f-to 00 per 100
1) WA.XJT X iA. H
2 and 3 years old 20 00 per 100
1 year old 20 00 per 100
I year old 12 50 per 100
eSTA DAKU Viii.KUX
1 year old 12 50 per 100
1 rear from bud 10 00 per 100
1 year from graft- S 00 per 100
Davison! Tbornless Black Cay Raspberry.
?3 per 100; f20perl000; foo per 4a.
Mammoth Cluster Blark Ca Baspbcrrr.
5 per 100; flOperlOOO; J120 per 4000.
Seneca Black Caa Raspberry.
5 00 per 100; fk) 00 per 1000 ; Jl20per400a
Wilson, T. de Gand, Aarricnltnrlst. Green
Prolific, French Seedliojr, Early May,,
and Boston Piae Strawberry,
ft 00 per 1000.
Concord Grapes 2 years..
f 40 per woo
TJ per io
131 per 1
1J) per IihiO
SO per !'
Diana " 2
Iona - 2 "
Versailes Currant 1 year-
Cherry " I
50 per imo
4ii per ho
20 per luuu
v nite orape l
Red Dutch " 1
Apple and Aagers Qalnce Stocks at
Any of the above articles will be securely packed
and delivered at the railroad, free of cost, except
the bare cost of boxes. . '
Orders should be accompanied with the cash, or
w. r. will:
Fayette ville, Onondaga Co.
4S-Sm N. Y.
CARDS, BILLHEADS, CIRCU
LARS, at the Advertiser Job Office. .
pOLLARS.-JUl kinds and -tv les,
v t HETZEL'S.
1 BIS S
2 ss S-3
We oiler at prices named below, fine plants of
Elack Naples, Cherry and White Grape
Currants, -3 years... - $3 OO
Blftclt Naples, Cherry and White Grape
Currauts, 1 year sele,:tea w w
American ana liougnton uoaseoemw,
1 vear. slected .- 8 CO
Erinckle's Orange and Franconia Rasp-
herrles . i ou ao- a w
Apple Stocks, 1 year. Lit class 10,fJQ for .
S-iU - -
Apple Stocks, 2 years, 1st cluss, 10,000
Ked Fruited Barberry, 2 years &-12 inch 2 00 13 00
All carefully packed and delivered at Express.
Small plants of Currants, Gooseberry. Raspberry
and Barberry, by MAIL, PREPAID, at same
October Is the very best time to plant Currants and
STICK2TEY A BATJ3IBACH.
Waupun, Wit., September, ISO. 47-2m
THE BEST GRAPES!
THE EIJ3IELA3J, (Black or Isabella Col-
Introduced by Dr. Grant The choicest of all
3& Black Grspes; ripens before the Hartford;
J onequailed in vijeor hardiness; largely pro
O ducuve; superior flavor. Makes the bet ot
O . Ameriron Jn. Fully tested in all parts ot
the United States.
TIIE IO!YA, (ed or CaUwba Color.)
Now recognized everywhere, as The Sfm
W dnrd of ExreU'-nee." Ilipena with the earli-
est Unequalled In every Rood quality of ap
n pearance. iiavor, hardiness, visor and keep
3 ing, or for making White Wine of the very
THE SALEJI, (Catawba Color.)
The best of "BOG ICRS' HYBRIDS" (Xo.
53.) Karly, hardy, beautiful delightful 11a
- The best of all WHITE GRAPES. "ETery
2 body wants it" Fairly, delicious, hardy,
Or the whole four by mail for. .-$5.00
Or an EVMELAN or WALTER, far . 5.00
Oursnpplvof vines was a consider-
ble jart or Dr. Grant's unbroken stock of last year,
(before he relinquished business), and is therefore
genuine beyond qupstion. Our stock is large, and
unsurpassed in quality.
w orr vines of everv name, slnarl. -.
en. hundred or mousunil, at low rates.
. H have alo a large collection of all other leading
varU-tiet, at the lowext prices consistent wilh good
plants, (rood reputation and fuir dualing.
Full Descriptive Circular and pricet tent free.
DIDLET & MERUELL,
49-2m Nurserymen, Geneva, Jf. T.
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
We desire to call the attention of JTnrserymen,
Dealers and Planters to the following block, which
will be sold low for cash :
2HM Apple Trees. SO.nno Peach Trees.
6.0W St. Pear Trees. . lo,i) Dwarf Pear Trees.
20.0110 Currant Bushes. 20.( (Jooselxrry Bushes.
100.000 Grape Vines. 5.i)0 Cherry Trees.
a),(M iSupar aiapies, rmau, iranspianieu.
10.000 J!ee:h. small, transplanted.
20,000 Black berries, mostly of the new varieties.
20,000 Raspberries, all the leading kinds.
fl,mi.ii O-nsje Hedwe Plants.
AHlWhltn Hirch. 4 to 7 feet
And a larse stock of Kvertrreens, Roses, Shrul,
Ornamentul Trees. Bulbs, Pienas, Phloxes. Ac
7f-Xew Wholosale Trice I.lst now ready. Send
stamps for our Descriptive Cutalotfue of 4 paces.
Address . 1IARG1.S A SOMMEK,
47lm- Star Nurseries, Quincy, 111.
Plant Choice Fruits.
VTOW IS THE TIME TO OKDEIi.
i I will send fine SALEM GRAPES by
mall for 1 each. Bofff rs 4, 1". 1!. at .Vc each. Kit
tatinny and Wilson's Early Blackberries at $1 per
dor.en. bv man. i:iarn jtaspoerry, ?..' per uoa.
Philmle Ionia do. per dozen, all by mail.
I will deliver the following at Express oilice, prop
erly packed. at the following prices: Concord Grapes
JOanaflUPer nunareu. iifiwre, ww -i"n-inir
and Ive's Seedlinff. 15 per hnndid. Halera
Grapes at $75. I'M) and 10 per hund red. Borers 4, 15,
and 19 at ?J0 per hundred. Fine Hoses at !.. per
dozen, jiiarsniuixuiiwwi" ihihh n.
Address , JOHN CHARLTON,
23-iy Bochester, N. T.
Tie Walter Grape.
No. 3 one year.....j. S
No. 2 do 4
No. 1 do 5
Two years best 10
IN LARGE Q VANTITTEft A T MUCH RED I'CED
ha i n..?.
Saccharine Tests for lYIne.
At the National Saccharine Test for Wine, at
Hammondsport.X. Y.. Oct. 2sth. 1VW. the Cntmrha
stood in saccharine matter 91 Walter 9) Iona 101
DeXaicare 103. This tet was made with 17 ounces of
the Walter.somewhat frozen, to 24 ounces of each ol
the other varieties.
Next morniiiic the Superintendent. Clerk, nnd one
of the Directors of the Pleasant Valley Wine Co.
(the parties who conducted the test the day before,)
to satisfy themselves of the merits of the "Walter
by an equal trial, tested 17 ounces of Iona from the
same lot that were u.-;ei tne nay neiore. ami tne
saccharometer stood at til the Walter l ting it s.
Had 17 ounces of the Delaware anrt ( Uiu oeen
nressel eiuallv hard with the Hatter, their skins
and centres bemir acid, the Delaware would have
stood lower and the t utnwoa proportional! v txlow
the lelaware. All tbe other Mint-ties ranged, mucn
lower than those enumeraien aoove.
ThrehaU been constant rains ano damp w earner
n the section where Hie H ater crew IU competit
ors erowtnsr at Hammonosport ana aionjr tne iuKes,
where there had been but little rain during the sea
son dry soil and weather being necessary for the
perfect sweetening of trapes.
A committee of the American Institute Farmer's
Club, in a reeport of Sept. 'Zi, lnw, printed in the
w York Semi-W eeklv innuneor vu Jitn. aner
neakineoftheonaiities or tne w aiier. sa v : vn.
conclude the WaU'-r will be a valuable grape in the
icrape regions of the npper Mississippi, on the shores
of Lake Krie, in western New 'iork, on tbe slate
soils of western Pennsylvania, and wherever else
native grapes are successfully grown."
Letter from Charlet Woollev, one of the oldett vine-
varum in cue ."Hare.
Vinetard Point, Ulster Co., N. Y.
ilay 13. IHA
Mernrrn. Ferrit A Crivimott.
Dear bias : Y ours of the 18th I am in receipt of.
in which you ask it I have any objections to sending
vou, lor publication, tne tacts i am acquainted with
in relation to the character or the nailer linmr.
have never indorsed the character or usefulness of
vines, or other articles of any description, and would
not at my present stage of life were it not for two
reasons whlcn seem surticient. Urst, I know the
Hwer ilrnjte will meet the prejudices widespread
to roue 1 iou 1 1 he con u t ry , caused by t b e wort h 1 essness
in mot localities o many or its predecessors, sec
ond, because I can say from personal observation
th.U the Walter Ls the best variety 1 have had any
luinwieucK ui, iiu x villus x imve cuiitv aiea nearly
all that hsve ben recommendi.-d. disrarlinir them
all and fallln? back upon the Concord and Hartford
Proline a vineyard varieties. I am interested in
knowing that the fruit of the Walter grows larser
each year as the vine grows older, being last year
fully one-third larcer than it was two years ago.- It
grows well : sets fruit well. I have seen it rlne wr.
erai times ueiure Jiariioru. anu I nave never seen
any mildew on its fruit or on its large and thick, but
ih-i aware in a pea joiiuge. The flavor of the fruit
thin superior to any other variety. You say in
your circular It Is a seedlinz of the Delawa re a n rl
Diana; I think the character of each of these varie
ties is quite aistinguishabie In the H iiltrr, particu
larly that of the Delaware.' I alsd think it would
make a wine of hitch character. I have visited it
nnually since It first bore, six years atro. three times
in Ulster Co.. N. Y.. in a low vallev. where the Isa
bella seldoan ripens, and each time it was Tully rie
In Ausxist. I have seen it each of tbe three pust sea
sons in rouKiiKeepsie, npenuikt at me same time.
FAi-eptuiK ias year, wnen ine constant rains p
vented all varieties from maturing st their usual
time, but it perfected its fruit by the middle of tsep-
leinwr. ine raiins i uie tam meniKMied crop
nave seen and eaten, which were eimmI. From ilk
sucvedins in the low valley and tenacious clay ot
.Timit-Mii, mm bisj in me urv siaiev position In
Pouehkeeiwie. I think it will lie well slanted tn h
vaned sections of our countrv. You mav nmb.
wnaieyer use oi tnese opinions yon deem proper.
FEKRI5 & CAYWOOD.
yuiihkeejwie. N. Y.
500 Acres.: 18th Year.
Fruit. Ornamental and Xurserv Srimt I
and reliable assortment verv Iow'for cash.
AVVU-. 1. - and e years. Varieties adimteH tn all
localities, including hardy Northern sorts, such as.;
mi uiunmura, uwiui). iranscenuent ana oth
er Crab Apples.
1 tar rut. itTt. Cherrlst, rtumt. Quintet. Orape;
Forrttarui Hrerrrrrrn Tree. Aurvry Stoekt. Otage
Heiige Jiantx, Roe. own roots. Hrdy Bulbs and
Lilliea for Fall planting. Koot (IrafLs nut nn trk ii-
der In best style.
Also sutienor colored plates of Fruits and Flow
ers. Send 10 cents for Catalogue. Beware of boru
agents. p. K. PHCKNIX.
4-tt Eloomincton. McLmn Ca. 111.
Transcend ant Crabs.
St Clair Nurseries
SU30IER FIELD, ILL.
I have a lare Stock nfTnnrutmi rm Tf.vt
enow and Cherry Crnbs. Low Headed and well
b To&i f' lou-?ls0 r
V s ;lV- j;v l vj
"... . ;., r
' " fill W
Eve hondr-l bnshela cf O,' fzJtT
Beed, and shU hav for sale, tia fi "9
splendid No. I plants. Ow fscr::trcs fr
plants at a small cost, cuaout exceiicT
not employ ti
laborers at ten cents per day; nt, by the si nr.
pround, free from wetdi ani Krw tii .Jv,8
chinery an experience ot twenty-thres rr
the work, and a careful system:. c Bisag.Il,.
our immense force, we art- vmuv ttru wo rT1
ford to sell plants cheaper tOan anv oh-!J
lishment in the country 'a have so
Into market, two mrrSnw ;endid Apple t
all ases. sizes and kmiis. Ihene irm are r
anything in the country mil raitd by est! J
guarrantw every tree seat em sound, tiiriifr
true to na."ue. ,,Mt
everybody who vvants a fine Io f trnj. t
Grails toset out nextsptinc. we w!l thiVT
shall put up full five million next i,iuvHh ,Tf
roots and cions are fro m tt own rr-Bw. ,rT
sell them very cheap. Ve want ad 3u m4 JJi
women in . . v .
or anywhere else, who want to bn Plant.. Tymttv
Grafts, and who want to eet a ti m-c'tat rt'r!
at the LO WE.iT HATES, to write to us lad
FIRST CLASS AGENTS
ANTED. . '
AFPLE SEEDLINGS CH?AP.
7. k . imam & Co J
17 1 T V A V yjsrfifl.
jO-We will A'OTbe ondertold. ?
7m. .if . aiott'sT4rrW.lto.
Should be In every Garden and evrr V!nTrft i.
the land. We have good evidence that in th wt
it Is to be eminently successful. It is ear'ir ,7.5
Infinitely superior to the Concord in quai'itr' 'J
must supplant that variety so fast as lis mer.a
come known. The Salem, as is well known k th
best of the "Rogers Hybrids.- Mr. K.g.'r tij.
"Like other well known kinds, Nos.4 nd K thk
Is a Hybrid between a nativtand tbe Black Hm.
burg, bunch larire and wimpwi, bwry Uu- m
Hambunr, of a liht chstnut or fatwnacolnr"toi
skinned, perfectly free from hard pulp, very
and sprik-htly. with a must exquisite aroma.ic it
vor; notetiuuliei by any other out-doer trap, ft
wine or table: as early and hardy as l4wr n
Hartford, having dvw ,u ripm it. fr-t i,
the most unfivurahlt season, for the .-i .n jr
Taking all its qualities into consideration, arUnw.
hardiness, and Kreut vuror of vine, site anj
of fruit, it is pronounced by the best juU4 mho
have tried it, to hae no equal anions ail u. b
merous varieties now before the pnhiir: and I ca
with confidence recommeud It as the best of ail ny
The bulk of the Salem Stock pnssd from 5fr.
Botrers into the hands Mr. T. L. Harris, si .,a
on-Eria. That gentleman ba to atTes of U in Via,
yard, and under date of Aui? nth, tfa, writes :
Dkax Sib: I have much jileasur in enntioofnf
to report most favorably of the ?lem. TVy kr
perfectly hardy in every respect, ami s most vice
ous grower. They have not suifered from lb wia
ter or the trying summer, erapinc mililew matr.
other varieties cave been afi'erted teriousiy.
I am so well satisfied with their prumis. that si.
though I have thirty acres of this on var.etT.I
filled up most of the vacancies in my other tie..
varda with them.
You rs tnily T. L. H A RPJS.
Last spring we relieved Mr. Hams from ifcpesh
station of the Malem. by purctiasinit his miir.
stock of vines for transplanting, and io the w4
from his larsre vineyarit We are cumequeulT
able to offer to the public the
L.ar?est and best stock of Sale a
Vines in the Country,
- at low rates, to large and small planters.
" If we are to compete with oor Culifornia ftir
In Grape crowinir, we niut plant th lars
showy varieties lhe which must nearly yprfc
the choi'-e for-itn kinds in appearam-e and qua:.
We offer all leading varieties for sale at
VERY LOW RATES.
Our circulars contain a cut of the Salem, ani m
timonials. Sent on application.
I. II. BABCOCK & CO.,
Salem Gr.APE NuR-EEia
The Mahoning Nurseries.
Xalionln? Coiintr, 0ht9.
I have, and offer fnr saJe t my Xuireriea, a lan?
and general stock of
FRUIT ASD OUXA3IE!TAL TREES,
Grnpo Vines, liowon, '
FLOWERING SIIRUDS-rlscCLl.fT Roots,
In short, a verv general and complpte aortmt
of such stock as it is customary to raise i".""
ries. This stock was raisel with ie-ial irf-r
to sel'inir directly to planters Is designed to la
elude the best varieties of well pmved ohI. or pr mr
isinit new varieties, and is ftenerally of
and substance a- to be ready for permanent f Ji
inir without fwrther nursii!?."
Orders, lnrxe or small, will be filled at f"a
rates. ilviuK a larjje und exceileut stock of
Apples, Peachps, CraprViatv
some kinds of Flowering Shrubs, Ac. I'r"VpT
lnlneeinents la these, in large quantititJ, um
Fall's sales. .
Shipments direct bv the rival rout.-s of rm
Fort Wavne t Chicago, or Erie (formerly Atianuc
Ureat Western t K 14.; also by miner V.
Union Express Co.'s. .
When shipments are preferred by Wl"r
deliver stock on board !t, D--OW or Xiss.in kt
Steamboats at Pittsburg, wit nwit extra
tv.. ....i.i T-tM i.r kinds trl
ties, or for general des-:
esi-ripti ve cawii-if". ;
Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies,
Other Hardy Bulbs for Fall Plastisj
Is now published, and will besentrBtoa2i
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEVVIHG MACHIfB
495 Bromdtmyy .Va lr.
Points of Ljccollenco.
Beauty and Elasticity of r
Perfection and Simplicity f 3'
the spools. 'j
iNo fiistenlnjr or seams by caau
no waste of thread.
Wide ranire of application
change of adjustment.
1 he scam retains its beauty au "
ness after wahinc: and innin?.
Ik'sides doinir all kinds of worn
bv othpr Spwinc ALirhines. tbe ,
permanent Embroidery and orcaa'
tal work. 1
i The Highest rremiams at aa
and exhibitions of tho United
r . t , . .v.-niVeT3r
Europe, nave Deen uiucu ni-
ker 8ewln Machines, and the work "'
them, wherever exhibited, Incompc-'l D"
43- The very highest prize,
th L,tfio f Haory was CoB"'
representative of the Grove Baker!
Machines, at the Extilk LD
Paris, 1867, thos attesting tbelr gretU r
ority over all other Sewing Jlaibin
Urs. J. K. BSAB A
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