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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1869)
TL W. FURNAS, Editor.
XT-All Communications intended for this Depart
ment should be addressed to the Editor.
The demand on our advertising
columns by Tree Growers ana nur
serymen w ho are anxious to open up a
trade in this new and rapidly develop
ing; country, is on the increase. AH
of our former patrons have found that
they have made a paying Investment.
Hen Cholera. In many parts of
this county chickens are dying off by
the hundreds, with what Is known as
hen cholera. The hen seems well, say
In the morning, and in a few hours
droops and dies. Several farmers we
know, have lost nearly all tneir siock.
FEACIIE3 ! PEACHES !
I yreagala Tar our asaallyhaavT stock of
l 11 i?
ill Ct w
well crown and thrifty.
FAIX 1SC9 and SPUIXO ism
All Grafted or Budded,
The Potato Crop.
It la safe to say that the potatoe
rron this season, throughout the Unit-
a Ktnts is the finest and greatest Farm
ever before known. The question is almost everything
in even-body's mouth, "what are we
t An -artu hpm?" There are
many views to be taken of the potato
The farmer will realize
i l U.I ,tt,rnlllf
Jliuitunsj. - a T,.-v imve ft
i ill. i iiiiiiii-n. Lataiiv
, 'Mrc. Isaac Black, a farmer near
this nlace. planted this season fifty-five
LouiftRiTZ, of the Sans SoucitruiM pounds of Harrison roiaioes irum
and Nursery, offers a stocK or
in that line, lie
offers 200 varieties of Strawberries.
Dixoee & Coxakp, Harmony
Grove Nurseries, Vet Grove, Penh.,
offer a superior stock of Roses, and
"to beautify your
than he did last year at $1,00
labor per acre is the same, or ought to
be, and the yield is as four to one.--Without
theorizing, however, on this
orfiMilar noint. we are to meet the
J " - A '
Most farmers have a large surplus
t tnf or will have, if they dig
what they have raised. The corn
ii..,i.if tha fonntrv Is. or
i rup I'll uuguwuii ...v.
'will be. short. In view of these facts,
nr nolicv is to feed potatoes to stock
and save corn. AVe have about 23
acres in potatoes, and intend to adopt
this course, and market them in this
. . it a Vkfitf)rA) find
WUlcn ne gamereu uo nu....-
seven bushels. No extra attention
was given. They were planted beside,
and cultivated same as his other po
tatoes. t t
M. C. McLain, of Charleston, HI.,
hn sent us a very fine collection of
imported Bulbs. They are all large,
healthy looking and have been plant
ed with care. '
Parties Intending to purchase Fmlt Tree,
world wide fame in the Rose trade.
Edwin Allen, New Brunswick
Nurseries, New Jersey, will furnish
the people of Nebraska and "the rest
of mankind" with Peaches of the
. a z 1 A tswvM
latest varieties ana ai low i:st yi y, &Ctt whIcb shall be reliable In every re-
ROBKUT BOUGIES & SOX, AVaukeg- gpect( are requested to send to the subscribers, who
an Nurseries, are offering Evergreen offer , superior lot or T
Y-,m cnlinMl,vthe Standard and Dwarf Pearlree,
anauniaracuiai ncc j - t UierwItn apple, Chkrby, Fkach ana
million, and at such rates that will I xetes,GAPj vinks, shbubbeby, ktc, at low
cnauiu im i
I l.nrnionil iirA RVnOlllUlOUS JU
unu vi -j
. . . . . , . ; 1 n !
the West. He is a reliable cuim
and dealer. They also offer a general
SPECIAL SATES to large planters and dealers.
For further Information please address
A. Clement A CVV,
' Lor ell. Mass.
. . rtVr- I XT,,rxjnrv Kt(Vk.
Rhane. At the present prices vi , ,
eiiape. jt- iwv. i m . fi.rurvT ri Lowell. Mass.,
TKitatoesfed to hogs will onng auuui x,mm. - , .
potatoes ieu iu b , frortnrr nprial inducements to
90 cents per busiieu iey . .
SoSd-fther boiled or steamed-and large planters -d dealer See their
would be the better of having about adverusemein , . rv
hnrfie.1 of cround rye, oats, or i:ius. ak.u ";
. . , ."...l l..t,-1a of Pnnndfl. will fUHlISh HIS CeieDruieu
fehorts addea u " .,7m.. TTvhrid Granes. and also
potatoes. tt.,im Raanhprries to those wishing.
We know many iarmers wm --x"--;-. nA.nn
v,nV,lA- ftnd vet we Mr. Arnold neMnr-
IIIIS IB IW Jliuv-n , I
.. w-s,i iViof if nronerlv tested, from us.
there will be more of this style of
feeding hereafter. Old hog raisers
have for years predicted that the day
is not far distant when it will be found
unprofitable to fatten hogs on un
rround and uncooked food. The most
euccessiui uug J!..!.,ow,"n((.M.sedraem
it t nni I cti i i 1 1 v ii(iii ucaus -"-" -
"We are indebted to President Wil
der of the American Pomological So- j
tv for a copy of his Annual Address healthy. rrtcesiow.
ARNOLD'S HYBRID GRAPES.
a fr utronir two-rear old plants of these ralua-
m. r.r,, for sale this Fall, at 2 each ; one plant
, nf the five varieties for 18.
fivhrld namtberrles. Yellow Can-
tkAm. and Arnold's Red, fcj per doien.
"The only valuable true hybrid Raspberries ever
raised In America." On receipt of fi3 for the five
Grapes and twelve of the Raspberries, I will sena
n. niant extra of my new hybrid, Ormnce KIb
"the highest flavored, perfectly hardy, and most
productive Baspberry ever offered to the American
Catalogues sent on receipt of 10 cents.
AririreM CHABLK9 AB!OLI.
PKACII TREES J . ,
A targe stock of the best varieties for market or
tiA Privata uaroen: ninuDuuiuj "
in pamphlet form, delivered at rmia-
delphia September 15th, 1869. It is a
inl document. The
VltlUai'i'.' x finv'.f,---
. Edwih AlJ.KSf,
New Brunswick Nurseries,
3 to 4 fet-3 per 100 4 VT i
LargeBlocks of Strong 2 & 3 years old
5 to 7 feet-18 per 100 $150 per 1000
3 to S feet-fl2 per 100 f 100 per. lnou
Plums and Apricots.
One Tear Old, Nicely Branched and
Concord &. Clinton Grapes.
One and Three Tears Old, at Tery
All the Finest Sorts, in Quantity,
- ' Cheap.
T?ro I Roses! Roo!
Choicest Varieties in CwltivatioiT
1J per 100 f 10 per 1800
S per 100 -V pm M08
Tea, China, IVoIsetta,
' Bourbon, &c. &c, I
. .L . at very low ratfl.
Car A full line or Stock
In every Department.
HOOPES, BRO. & THOMAS,
CIIERRY HILL NTTRSERIES,
West Chester, Pa.
- fi". TVarranted Ttme to
1.500,000 Apple, Chcrri, Plum, Stand-
VERY LOW KATES.
Farmers can grow this stock to Orchard Size at a
can make from 300 50O er
'VV'iTTue N,,r.ry business, thfc
Is the best kind ol stock he can nu .
Pear and Cherry Trees,
4 to 12 Cents
2 to G Cents.
TTe offer also a full assortment of all kinds of
f Stock and prices, enclose
r xrt mi wt,ijvii'i
sump. . -
E. IIOODY 3c SONS.
J 47-3n . : r iAtrkpvrt,
The Bonk of Evrroreen. a practical work
ie-Beanns i'lanu, oy josian
Hoopes, sent per mall, prepaid, on receipt of yrtee
. Btate,'cooks all his food,
bers"Importance of a National So
ciety" "Revision of Catalogue"
m I . . i r hAAaMa1 M- a ' i ilia
rinwfr in saxoni. "innonsiancv oi wusuu
recently received a letter fro,, ration of varieties-" Benefactor, of
m friend Col. O. II. Imsii, Consul at mankind - rrogr,- a
Dresden, Saxony, giving an account of
his trip from Nebraska to fcaxony.
We extract the following closing par
agraph, referring to Fruits and Flow-
era in Liiub -
U "There can be seen in an hour here, kn0vn that, in a little more than two
,t,.vMriptvnf or- LnriiriAa from the time of planting
".T:3, th n I h.vo over hli app e-tree at Plymouth, this fruit
fiaUiiiwaa w v
"fVuiclusion." He makes a beautnui
allusion to the young State of Nebras
ka in the following connection :
"TTnw would the soul of the gener-
iwotrrine White, of Pilcrim mem-
JU& A ViVK'" f -
To Beautify! Your Homes
TTvhrld Peroetnal Boses are perfectly hardy,
need no protection, are strong growers and magnu
Icent bloomers. We offer our immense "toc--bracing
over one hundred of the very finest varie
ties. iTlce, inciuuing pc.un,
$13 per 100 !
Also a full line of Nursery Stock,
t j-CaUilogues gratis.
Dingce & Conard,
Chester County, Pen.
' A .4 'I -ran . Awm
JT. O. PLUMB
MILTON, WISCONSIN. !
St. Clair Nurseries;
CTTT.rtTETirrEliD. - - - - ill.
i EaTABi.isHF.n 1856.
"t and donlpnt a lnrce and well
crown stocic or ruil ann uniuiiniw
Native Grape Vines. Kvergreens, jnoscs. onru.
m.-. .:i- niToroa fr.r nul the cominc rail
owing to a favorable season, niHnuuc nuute'""
a tt, t h. i iriv. ..riarurt inn In all.
nu win, iiiiii-., "r"j.
Th attention of ueaiers is b w-'' j
my unusually fine slock of Standnl Apples, con
sisting of all the leading Western ana soumwraiwu
Wholesale and Retail Catalogues now ont and for
wnrried to all aoDiicants. - r. BABtXJCK.
liranch Offices. U and 15 Monroe Street. Mempnii,
Tenn.. and corner of Main and Osage Sts., seoaua,
' JtJTCII BULBS.
I lmnort'iny diwwtfrom the most reliable
growers In . . .
II O ! L A
. - A. t tA m n W VtA
. . j .hrami none but such as
havi tSST thorbi-y tested tand proved worthy.
ah warranted to Kive good satislaction, If properly
ill Instructions for the management of Bulbs,
may be found in ny r
CATALOGUE No. 4.
sriALi. rnurrs. j
We offer at prices named below, fine plants of
100 V 1000
Black Naples, Cherry and "WTiite Grape -Currants,
2 years r.
Black Naples. Cherry and hiieirpw
Currants, 1 var splectetl -
American and Houghton Gooseberries,
1 year, selected
Brinckle s Orange and Franconia Riip-
berries... $1 00 dm
Apple Stocks!! Yr, ll cn 100 for
Apple' ockT3 iyears'.'Tst "class, 10,000
KedfFruite"piroerryV'i' Sii inch
All carefully parked and delivered at Express
Small plants of Currants, Gooseberry, Kaspberry
and Barberry, by rtlAIT,, PREPAID, at same
rrlce. ' -
October is the very best time to plant Currants and
STICKNEY A BAUMBACIL.
Vaupun, Win., September, 13i9. ,
THE BEST GRAPES!
THC Cl JlELiX, (Black or LwbcltaCol-
BOSES. - 1
Besides bulbs, I have on sale a very choice selec
ROSES, GREENHOUSE AND
FLOWERING SHRUBS, VIiNU,
TREES, N ATI V K Al v
GRAPE VINES, .
and other small fruits. Ac. Ac, any all or wn cn i
feel half inclined to sell at reasonable prices. .Should
I chance my nuna, wuikhb uc
I Dublish four catalogues, any or all of whtcti are
sent tree upon ppiKuuu.
rtmi:i l. riiii4 f in wen uk piu
N 2 DescribesGreen Ilouse and Bedding Plants
3 Wholesale or Trnde List. .
No. 4-Dutch i Bulbs. vnVeTATV
Address X. t. mci.jii.
PLZm Charleston. Coles Co., Ill,
THE 23XST CXJIlILiJrr r.rrr-
This Cnrrant to nnlversaHy admitted to ,v
cessftiliy to resist the attacks of th n,7 "
isproductlve, and bears ver- Urge and luin;;
We have made a specialty of the "y.,
and now offer an unequa.led stock of I miui ' "
old plants. Purchaser . rHy rxi rirnVl '
class plants from us, at the following rates
; years oil ?m perlno t-opTm)
l o "0
Sample sent by mall on receipt of SOcts
Versailles cuttings, flu per luuo.
EARLY ROSR POTATOES
AT SPECIAL RATES.
Introduced bv Dr. Grant, The choicest of all
Black Grapes: ripens before the Hartford
unennalled in vicor hardiness: lantely pro
ductive; superior flavor. Makes tiie6? ot
Amrriran lird W'hwx. Fully tested In all
parts of the United estates.
Till! lt. A, (Ked or Catawba Color.)
Now recognized everywhere as tm stan
dard of Errrllcnre" Kipens with the enrli-
est Unequalled In every good quality of ap-
pea ranee, ilavor, hardiness, vigor and keep
ing, or for making nhtu vw or tne very
Till; SA1.KJI, (Catawba Color.)
o The nest of "ROGERS' Jfl'flRAs" (No.
hX) Early, hardy, beautiful delightful 11a
The best of all WJTTTE GRA7E "Everr-
Kriv. .nt, it " Karlv. delicious, hardy.
Or the whole four by mail for..J
Or an EUMELAXttnd WALTER, for..
Having a larjestork of thesechoice PoUtni .
being short of inraie room and money i W1n
short time sell at special rates to thW wi,h n."
purchase this fall. Jl. a. KIF.HL fc
Every Han Should have a Patch.
"It l th met Utrithmtme wjwrin nf thU drliri .
ry. t ntcso uepnoiican. --or.
,fjvn twrry rjrUrd nmMArrnhl, ndntimr
tfw Fair,bothfrt,miUteandMvr:'l'1Z "
"Rinn large, bripht. tnxrlrt brrru geik w . -plriuant
norf."lTairie Farmer. '
R I the brtt lalAr lurry ice rvrr lrx..t -.
-ft ermtains mar aarrhnrine mntUr and x,
than any other variety we huve errr farfi-J J,
"Am tnhU berry U it unrmtnlteH by any bem
in thi locality." Iroquois Hepublican. " "J""r
" 7 he nrtt UUtie. Berry eultmtrtt." Ft V
" They art try fcww nd rira tarn. -I ""-.
"It it tcorthy of the pef.fJSt efmfl.lnter R. J,
of Ouargo Horticultural Society. r-"Uta
A copy of the Fntit Gmtcer, ririnr fun ,
tlon and enxraviug of the berry, iw,r!TT,-
, ZD. SCMLKT.
Esfabllslicd in. 185$.
LARGE AS D FIXE STOCK
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
.,.i,i Koonmp Almost an arucie 01
H;iv fr.nd ' or that hi9 orchard of one
tree would be magnified into orchards
of twenty thousand or more trees of a
ciniria i-nriftv. ns in the case of Mr.
toii 'a Kpwtown PiDDin! And al
though it is recorded, some years after, i
Robert Douglas & Son,
seen before in all ray life. The chief
beauty of these German cities is in
their flower, gardens. Their build-ino-
nrivate or public, do not compare
r Lm with thns of our cities of
javummj . mougu u is iwiucu, Bum j . m.trs purnfinrrii rnrp
the same rank, except as to age, and thatGov. Winthrop had a good store pgR ftllD EVERuREErl TPlEE
in pictures and scu pture. The iruu or pippins in nis garueu, uei un
? ?iCJ IZ na Lve. but not as of these gentlemen could have fore-
J3 i. v t I Been the influence OI llieir example m I olesaie and Retoll Dealers in -
large, or as wen navreu 1 Ncw Ensland,
have not xounu auy iu cuuiaic " mrce counties ui eeicmc iV""i
me of your then and for more man a nunureu uuu
fifty vears aftcrwara a wnuerness,
from which there have been sent an
nually to market five hundred thou
sand barrels of apples, in addition to
what were retained at home for con
sumption : or the new orcnaras oj our
euch as you have shown
own raising. If I can secure any-
lUlUg . n'" " "J
fruits or flowers, I will send to you. I
think I will secure some roses. They
have more beautiful varieties here
than we have. I am glad to see by
that vou are to have rnnsthi in hearina at the aae of six or
" . f - -,i r
eighlycar8 ; or me uw" ""'uua
irues planted, sufficient to regale the
appetites of every man wnmn. n.a
child in the United v,th their
a. l.tnw rVin i
.Avitx Vorr Native Evergreen and Apple Seed,,
'A If V- V- - - " J
Evergreen nod Omamentnl Tree eeUinM
one, two and three years old, suitable for Ornamen
tal Planting and for Timber. We have the largest
ovur irrnwn in thin countrv. all raised from
seeds In our own grounds. Consisting mostly of I
Norway Spruce, Austrian. Scotch and White fines,
Balsam Fir. Arbor Vitie, European Larch, Europe-
imaMMinMnlintain A Sil AT. Tr&nSX)lant-
UU"TV . J. . . . -.r " I wl Kvprerns. one to two feet men. uucness 01
youthful State OJ J COraSKa, buum uj ow.nbll Apple, Transcendent and Hyslop Orj;.
which oontain seven thomana trees, Apple .vtjs:
KVV.C1 A T. ITEMS for Fall of 1W!. embraclnir
(jeneral assortment of well PROVED, II A KDY VA
Apples one and two rears old, fOCKftflOO per 1000.
Siberian one and two yean old, Transcendant, f90
(r.iuoper louu. -.
Siberian one and iwo yean old, Hislop, floOfStano
All of splendid growth, on hlfh, dry prairie and
Northern aspect. "
Also a rare collection of
NEW APPLES XXD SIBERIANS
One year old 50c each , or Jl per doxen.
Two yean old 75c each, or 6 per dozen.
We have a larce stock of the foUowIng articles.
with many others, which weoiTer Ell Y iow i encash
hnvon Wnminteo I rue lo nuiue. im uuvu
EVERY RESPECT. - - i
A1'i'Pear. (lifrrleiM Penrhe, 'Planus
Qaiwea,' ;rape Itawpberrlea,
' ' Orwamentnl Tree, Wirai
Flevrer, Flowcrin Shrnbs, Arc.
We want a good reliable mnv. who can come well
i . .... . r. .up i .von' I'nilntv
recommenaeu, hiuoiwschi "-" " v V
in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa, to sell on
Commission or Salary.
- - - R. L. ROBB A CO.,
ll-4m-tf Bloomlntrton, III.
Took tlie first premium at the Great Strawberry
ci,iiKiinvH. X. Yin Junelast.competinKwith
1i varieties. Can show the best recommend of any
berries In the X'nited States.
Admitted hv all iiersons at the Fair in Rochester
In June last, to be the finest berries ever seen.
I will send Tree oy man. tor
1 do. Keech's Favorite,
- 1 Ooliah,
1 " Trumpet, and
1 copv i rape Urowera Guide.
And for f
1 doz. Keech'a Favorite,
1 ' (ioliah,
1 M Trumpet,
1 " Mars, and
1 copv Manual on Grie flrowlng.
For flO.tiO bv Expresss
Concord U rape Vines, ; yean,
S Rogera No. 15, .
2 Hartfords. ,
1 Rebecca, all two rears, grown In open air,
1 Grape Grower's Guide.
Address, J. KEECH, ;
50-3m W aterloo, senaca vo-n. l.
R. Douglas & Son,
Tills list Includes twenty new Siberians of merit
for beauty and utility, and a collection of he tinest
Apples, mostly entirely new which we have been
curefullv testing for the past Ave to tea years io
Also a complete StOCK nrotner rrnir in inrr.n- . TT , T,r , vmn
etics, Evergrfcens and ornamental trees and shrubs. HLDUL JrJbAIS TS
Small Fruits in Great Variety.
Ultrtir. M 1111.0 ular old and clioice new
piirnnnrrtifl of all desirabla kinds
riUCnunr.CTia and dlffererrt stzM. fre
quently transplanted ini Nursery. Aconi
nlo&A assortment nf
nnnt uriiTii siiRrns. VINES,
UnfiHFiirii I ML kosks green-
HOUSE & BEDDING PLANTS, BULBS, AC
and other Yegetable Plants, In their season.
The State Journal of Lincoln, Ne
braska, in speaking of the last State gjjg,
Fair, closes its article with tne ionow-
inrr narasrranh : SuffarBeat.
"Next year Lincoln will be an ex- We have before us a small pamphlet
cellent point at which to hold a fair. q ti,jrtytw0 pages, "A Report on
UU ptfit i.'SS Beet Sugar Production in Europe by
iw pxnprtpd that many entries will be W Wadswortii, Agent of the bac-
made except from the South-east cor- ramen to Valley Beet Sugar Company" 'u-enuihi
Her of the State. Lincoln will be iof Qaiifornja- yQ have perused the lit- vheniiou.er variei
bv ran irom uiuauu,
mv nficesa n v ran lruui
Plattsmouth, Nebraska City.Fremont,
Columbus and intervening points.ul
the counties round about. Let us pre
pare for the event early next spring.'
, "We regret to see the spirit evinced
in the above. As to holding "a fair' '
at Lincoln, 'next year," that is all
right, and we hope the good people of
that county will do it. If Mr. Gere
proposes to get up a Fair in oposition
to the regular State Fair, wc think it
simply bad faith coming from the
wrong source. The friends at Lincoln
desired the next Fair held there.
That was right, honerable and proper.
The Board unanimously decided that attenti(;n to this branch of industry.
U be held at urownvuie. au true
friends of the organization will acqui- . J. Knox, of the extensive Small
csce and bide their time. Fruit establishment, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Araln : the assertion that "it cannot uas sent U3 twelve different varieties.
be expected that many entries will be Qf Foreign Gooseberries, extraordi-
made, except from the South-east cor- narv fine plants, and in the best of
. w a a '
SansSouci Fruit Farm 6 Nursery
Hamilton County, Ohio.
200,000 Ives Seedling Grape Vines.
THE GRAPE OF AMERICA.
The Ives lias succeeded everywhere North and
been trieti. or iweniy-nve
viaIHwI I n Ttrt nnvinir ernn
rieties rotted and mildewed, the
Ives did not; and In localities when the Catawba
did not ripen, the Ives did. Try the Ives and make
vourown wine. All vineyaras in our immediate
vicinity have yielded this year at the rate of 9O0
GawmMCf H inr per acre, iryii.
Havlntr been berv successful In sending to New
Mexico and other distant points, we can guarantee
successful packing lor Mali or express.
No. 1, by the 100,000 or Million.
-Send for Trade List, and state correctly what
you desire. C
TV. H. Orders for Hoot Orafts should be sent In
soon as possible, with ten per cent of bill with order.
at fio per luuo, or f to lor jo.iwu.
ADIRIXS AS ABOVE.
California. Wo have pcru
tie work with both pleasure and profit.
Mr. Wadswortii presents a fair and
or.f,mi oomiirinn of beet sucar manu-
fofm wmA hntnroilnrrrs in thattXr-I lu"uuw
AiA.uiw . j - e 1 A T 1 " rT ' x
tion of Europe which he visited. The uoncora, lienxz, iFeiaware, uiiaxoa,
manufacture of beet sugar in that Diana( Marthat &C. .
nnnn'trv 5a on fndiietrvof irreat imPOr- tal prar we recommend the Salem and
Country IS an lnuusvrj 01 fertui, mipvi rMmrlant M to the celebrated European
tance, and renders them quite hide- orape.
.nrfpnt nf nnv fnrpiirn sunnlv Beet 200 Varieties of Strawberry
pendent or any loreign SUppi . xeet rUntltt ,nluding u theold and new varieties of
Sugar successfully competes with cane note, as Majpstjr
sugar in the European market, not- iti Pine
APPLES, GRAPES &C,
Grown at the Milton Nursery,
AH the above (frown with great care, and especial
reference 10 me wants or ine estern planters.
nd for Catalogues.
Addrext, SPAVLDTXG A CO..
7-6m XpringnieUi, III.
withstanding the heavy duties im
posed upon its manufacture by the
respective governments. We hope to
see our Nebraska farmers yet giving
order. The varieties are Crown Inde
pendent, Brown Soil, Green Vale, Sir closing sumps, to
Harry, Warrington, Jubilee, Rover,
iier of the State," is in bad taste, un
called for, and is not true.
To those well acquainted in the
State this will be understood, and the white Smith, Highwayman, Ostrich,
joke appreciated. Prof. Gere knows and Stewart. We take great pleasure
that Brownville.tbe point selected for jn calling attention to Mr. Knox, his
the next State Fair, is In the midst of stock and style of doing business. We
and surrounded by the most exten- have received stock from him for sev
erely developed counties agricultur- eral y ears past, and have always found
ally, in the State with due respect to ft tru3 to name, of superior quality,
other counties and localities. He an(i pUt up and received" in the very
knows County Fairs were held this 5 0f order. A feature in his busi-
year, in no other counties in the State, ness is sending plants by mail, thus
except Richardson, Pawnee, Johnson, gaving purchasers from imposition by
Otoe and Nemaha, These counties, 50th irresponsible peddlers and ex-
with Cass added and her Fair going preS3 companies. He is extending
. people have already promised to be on thg branch of his business, and will
luind, as they always are are the best raake liberal offers in his forth-
prepared, and wlir come nearer coming Spring Catalogue.
mating a otavw irt.-ui.. ui x-uu,
what it ought to be to-day, or next
year than any other section of the
Triumph de Paris, etc.
Raspberries. Clarke, Philadel-
delphia, Naomi, - Franconla, Miami, Sware de
Blackberries. Lawton, Kittat-
Inny, Missouri Mammoth, Wilson, etc - ' i
Currants, GooseberriesY Figs,
Pears, Apples, Cherries, Plumb and Peach Trees,
Ac , , r ' - - ,
Asparagus Plants the Conover
and other varieties, and Kheubarb Roots, Ac
Early Rose Potatoes. $5 per
barrel ; f4S for ten barrels ; ?sj for 20 barrels ; f 100
for 25 barrels.
Bulbs, Flowers, Shrubs, etc.
For further Information or catalogue, apply, en-
Plalnville, Ilamlltoa, Co.
GROWN IN MISSOURI.
93 Bushels Osage Seed Planted in 1869. J
I will ship. Freight pre paid, to Phelps, ar aay
other Railroad Station in rnonn Jiiasoun,
Good Hedge Plants,
At 2,30 per 1000 next Fall, or 93 next Spring.
y Printed direction furnished.
' "xi&KSriLLE, MO.
Concord one year, strong...... lie
" two years transpian-
Delaware two years transplanted...-...............
ConsistincT'Of Fameus, Tall
man -tweet, Ited Astrican, -Ked
June, Sweet June, Per
ry Kussett, English Golden
i Kussett, Hops of wine. Or-
der per M must contain not
less than 1U00 of any variety. -
Two years old, 3 to 4 ft... 35
One year old, 1 to 3 fet-t
One year, 1 to 3 ft
Two years 4 to 4 tt ....... . 25
lllslop, two years, 3 to 4 ft....... ' S3
Flemish Beauty, 1 year, 2 to 3 ft
lonlittle and Golden Cap
Wilson and Green's Prolific
Red and White Dutch, White
Grape and Black Naples
sinolk. 12 100 1000
, 15c f 1.00 fS.00 110 1
2.00 1X00 80
3.00 20.00 ISO
3.00 mn i-js
4.00 25.00 '
2.00 10.00 ;
v " .'"' ' GOLD. DF. PEACHES:
CHERRIES. CURRANTS, '
. AND GOOSBERRIES.
- rlUm ITeeSf 4 to5feet,one year, branched
per 100, floj per 1000, jii. j
Plum Seedlings, m to $1-. per 10m, owing
to quality and quantit , . ' Complete axxortmint of
Graft, rtr,. rtc. Send Btamp for Price Last; Ten
mhU rnvltnlnirtiav A f 1 rl rMK
47-3m ir. P. HE1KES, Dayton, O.
2.00 10.00 SO
Tour attention is called to the above stock, and
C. H. GREENMAN.
Miltox, Wia., 8ept. 1, 189.
We have a large and complete stock of f
APPLE, PEACH. CHERRY, AP
RICOT. ORNAMENTAL AND
HHADE TREES, EVERGREENS,
GRAPE VIN ES. SMALL FRUITS,
ROSES, SHRUBS, Ac, &c Ac,
iwnnlAr) nnd rmwn hv ns at onr NurserV. which
nir.rtiinlantoniitiu'low rates as eoually eond
stock can be furnished at any other Nursery In the
country ... , .
We do not buv. but raise our stock, and conse
quently can and do guaruntee every arUcle healthy
BnH ini. tn nnmA.
We give small orders the same attention that we
do lartse ones: ....
Parties favoring ns with their orders will please
give lis plain directions, how, where to, by what
route, and to whom thevwish their goods consigned.
Correspondence solicited and Kice AJSi sent on
IMm ' Qnlncy. Ill
Tear Culture for Profit, by
Quins. We have before us a very
valuable volume bearing the above
As Secretary of the State Horticul-
tural Society, we have received speci- Apple Root Grafts !
mens 01 appiesana pears irumw..
Xrnr.nn fllnn nmintv a rwl onn1r8 nf J.
o Yu Vr tIJ o WE solicit early orders for Apple
Q. A. Smith and Mrs. Loveless, of y Root Graft80f iu leadirur kinds, u be
thU muntv ThPV were Ell VerV line, on Four lncn Kocts, pui up tne cominR winter oy
iniS COUniy. I nej W ere ttii J " experienced hands, in the most careful manner.
Apple Root Grafts!!
title, and published by the Tribune Boxes containing from twenty to fifty
d i linn. li to 5000 as per 1000; 10.000 tor f75; and
We have a fine Work of the followlnr articles.
with many others, which we oiler at low price for
Every Plant "Warranted True to
Name and Right in Every Respect. '
Successors toll. K. BLISS,
Bu!b anrJVinterFIOiYerinff Rants
Company. New York ; sent by mail
for $1. It is a plain, practicl book,
written by a practical and experienced
Pomologist. "If one wishes to raise
Tears intelligently and with the best
results, he must know first, the char
different varieties have been forward
ed to Oen. Capron, U. S. Com. Ag.,
Washington; Hon. M. I. Wilder,
Trest. Am. Pom. Society, Boston,
Mass. ; F. R. Elliott, Secy. Am. Tom.
Societv. Cleveland Ohio ; lion, lior-
2.".uii) for iiSo. More at cheaper rates. These prices
Include parking and boxing. A fine lot of one year
old Apple Trees, from 2 to I feet, will sell cheap:
also U rape lues, lurranis, isirawoemes, jieoge T . .., - TWX"
Plants and Apple Stocks. Send for Price List, free Li GCtXHTUCS, vtllHCC3, UWaXX
to ail appiicauis. Aaaresa
Apples, Pears, Peaches,
Ch.erriC3, Pluxzis, Apricots,
Box 11.V5, Bloomingtvn, III.
For Autumn of 1S69,
In Quantity, Quality and Prices not to be exceeded
by any other estabmiimeut la tne country.
results, UB UiUSli JVUUW UlSb, VUl- OWICIJ tin"". , u.-i . m ,
acter of his soil the best mode of ace Greely, for New York Farmer's IMllXSCry OXOCII
Peaclies, Grapes, Raspber
ries, Strawberries, Slack- Hyacinths, Tulips, Crocna Folyan-
preparing it; the best varieties to se
lect under existing conditions; the
ro.U of planting, pruning, fertilizing,
grafting and utilizing the ground be
Fore the trees come to bearing; and;
finally, of gathering and packing for
market." All this is plainly set forth
In the book referred to. We have
read no book on the subiect that fur
nished so much practical information.
SYe cheerfully recommend it.
Club, and Dr. Jno. A. Warde, Cincin-
The finest specimen of Russett ap
ple we have seen was presented us by
D. H. McLaughlin of this place.
berries, Currants and Goos-
We would call the attenUon of those who wish to
purchase Nursery Stock, either to plant or to sell
toirain, to the fact that we have f r sale, at wholesale
aixt retail, such articles as are usually to be found in
all first ciftKs Nurseries, and at low prices. Our
stock consists of Dwarf and Standard
Caerrv. Pear. Plant, and other Fruit
rees; iuiaee HnNhea, Cnrraat. t.oofte-
rbrs, Strawberries. tc
i ... ,vnt. - ... v..-i i. . . .y. . 1 nrpnpirAi srr II imiDlflfC . ai Fltf !
P. Berkley, Of this place, at the Ne- climaVe of the Wesi. WahaVea Tlarge aorimeni 1.,.tL "1 . ' ' " "! '"" FOLIAGE
ma P.nntv Fair for avervfine.il- r .. . . VAUlfclita 01 rUlAlUW, ftC, C
, j rf - Erercrfessnd ueciieoMiniir Oraa.
play Of Hair Work. The award Was meatal Tree, Sarah and Plant.
jviwui'niiiip, w uwav wyrt MVJ t wiaic yiT
thus Harcixsns, Fritillarias, Ane
mone, Oxalis, Rannncnlns, Snow
Drou. Japan lollies, Tnbroses
A Diploma was awarded Mrs. Geo.
Also a Fine Stock of Ornamental
Trees and Shrubs : a Full Assort
ment of Bulbs, Dahlias, Poenas,
Dialetras, Aquilegias, &c, &c, C0N-
A friend who visited the Nemaha accidentally omitted in the published pred to furnish.
county and State Fairs in this State,
and then the St. Louis Fair, writes us
"roia that place, and closes by saying
the fruits and flowers exhibited here,
3 not equal to that I saw at your
STf-Pend Bed Stamp for Fruit and Bulb Cata- i
Also a general assortment of
Bedding and Ornamental
; la their season.
.9-5 end for a Catalogue.
A. T. D. Hughes, of this county,
has presented ns "with a mammoth
cabbage, weighing twenty-four pounds
It is of the Marblehea J variety.
all crown on their own roots, at prices that are un
equalled. We would ask those who wish to pur-
Cbamnn either lanreorsmau quantities, to examine
our price before purchasing elsewhere.
UMaiotraea tent to appucants.
LEWIS ELLSWORTH & CO.,
W-an j r ' . , NaplervUle,IlL
PERKINS & CONGDOX, Proprietors.
ONARqa, Iroqaols Co., minols.
. 330 Main St.,
JOB WORK, Neatly and Plainly
i v ioct.-uhu,h trie Ail ven iy,er j no unonu.
n.ENT'8 FURNISHING GOODS
" at IIETZEL'S,
nn..nnnirftf FniEl.lX vines was a conslder-
We part of Jr. Grant s nnbroken stock of last yT,
lelore he relinquished business), and is therefore
xenuine beyond question. Our stock w large, r.na
unsurpasaea in quality- " ,
We ofler vines of every name, singly, hy the doz
We have aim a utrqe roueriion oj on -Kitrr
rarietie. at the lowest prices consistent wim goou
plants, prool repuration ana inir uwauiiK.
Pull Dfneriptive Circular wul price tail free.
Dl'DLCT & MERREIX,' f
49.2m CSEJTiavA, a. .
: FOR THE FA Eli TRADE.
v iiPMire to call the attention of Nurserymen
Ttonlentand Planters to the folio wine Stock, which
will be sold low for cash :
200.IKM Apple Trees. 3l),O0O Peach Trees.
a ft st Pour Tre. 1D.01M Dwarf 1'ear Trees.
20.WI0 tlirrant nusnes. .uiiiHiwmtwrrj' xiu.-t-fc
1U).I0 Grape Vines. 5.WW L'nerry l rees.
au.WW Suirar Maples, mimii, iranspianveu.
10,000 Beech, small, transplanted.
3i,iM Blackberries, mostlvof the hew varieties.
ai,rt Raspberries, all the leading kinds.
5,).nu Osa?e Hede Plants.
biiM'hll. Itirrli 4 trt 7 feet.
And a lame stock of Kversreens, Boses, Shrubs,
Amnmsnriil Trwx KnlhM. Pvniis. Phloxes. tC.
. -"Xcw Wholosnle I "rice List now rewly. Send
stamps for our Descriptive Cntalosrue of S4 pases.
Addrrat IIAWIIS A SOMMEB.
47-4m Star Nurseries, Quincy.IlL
Plant CThoice Fruits.
MOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER
IN I will send fine SALEM fSHAPKN y
mall for SI each. Rocers 4. 1", 19. at .V)c euch. Kit
tatlnny aiid AVilsois-s Karly Blackberries at 1 per
itriron. hv mail, tnark Kaspberry, fiio per doz.
Thiiiu!lnh ii tin. r2n ner doxen. all nv moil.
I will deliver the following at Express office, prop
erly parked.ut the followins prices: Omcord a rapes
landHiper hundred. Delaware, Diana, Crevel
tnw hhiI Ivp's Keeilliiiir. 15 ler hundred. Salem
75. and 10 Der hundretL llocers 4, V,
and 1'J at fcJ) per humfref. Fine lfctses at H-W Vr
dozen. Marshal eil it0fe ( oy mm i earn.
Address JOHA uiaklmu,
23-ly . . Atocnester. r. T.
. . ; . ' . . .
Fit HIT ' IISIjIj
0,000 k'PACH TRSES
"Y FOR SALE CHEAP!
of which 8,X are the 9ALWAY PE.VCII.
Also Apple, Pear, Plum A Cherry Trees, with
large stock of Blackberry, Kaspberry and Straw
SEND FOR PRICES.
J, Ilodison Pullcn,
. ; . IIIGHTSTOWN, N. J.
The Walter Grape.
T. C MAXWELL & BROM
OLD CASTLE NURSERIES
CENETA, ONTARIO CO., X. Y.
Invite the attention of
Dealers and Planters,
to their extensive and reliable assortment of
Choice Nursery Stock
i r Y
tY - ' - '
Ji ' " . y J
STASDARD PEAR- , ,
2 and 3 years o!d.
DWARP PEAR- . - r-. w
I rihI 3 years ,M. -o ,w , v.
STAXHASJD PEA K r'
1 year old is m
DWARF PEAR- '
I year old n v v
lyeuroia n to .
I year from bud in m
STAXDARD APPLE r
I year from jraft I AO per r
Prnit Trees Standard and DwarC
Ornamcntnl Tree d Shraba-Declduoua
and Evergree -
Small Fralta SraTT'Ma All varieties;
liases, Greea Ilouse and Ileddlac
Plants, Bulbs, Jtc.
either for Mieirown plantinifor to sell again, are re
quested to Rive us a call or write lr particulars,
enclosing stampe for catalogues as follows :
-. v ' '
Descriptive CateJmrue of FruiU three red stamp.
Descriptive Catalogue of Ornamentals threa red
Wholesale Trade List one red stamp.
MAXWELL Sc BROS,
Geneva, Ontario, Co., N. V.
LOOK IIER SI!
The undersigned have the largest stock af
EVERGREENS AND FOREST
T il E E S
In the market, and are selling them at a much less
price than it Is possible to obtain them elsewhere.
Trees of all sizes, from
10 feet down.
Nurserymen can buy of us more seedling trees of
better quality, for the same money, than anywhere
else In A merica. Several varieties, in lots of lOO.UUO
or mora sold for
$1,00 per THOUSAXID.
Wa offer American Tew, the' most rare and
most valuable Dwarf Kvergreen in the world. .
S3"8end 10 cts. for Is rye descriptive Catalogue,
with several plates and full descriptions of all vari
eties offered : or send stamp for advertising price
linta. . Address , . - " - . . . i
43-Jlm ' ' SturBeon Bay, Wis.
C3 "O Hi? ?
P te; . -a . e3 S .h . a
M 'Q t. eo T - 7 w
5 o z
' e. S -Y
CARDS, BILLHEADS, CIRCU
LARS, at the Advertiser Job Office.
No. one vear,
No. 2 do .
No. 1 do
Two years best 10
IX LARGE QUAXTITIES A T
Ji A 1 X..T.
Saccharine Tests for Wine.
At the National Saccharine Test for Wine, at
IIammondsiort, S. Y., t ct. -h. ls, the Mtr,yrha
ctwxl In n.-)irin limtter 01 lYuUer 9 html 1DI-.
lirlatrare H. This test was made with 1" ounvs of
the Walter, somewhat frozen, to St ounces of each of
the other varieties.
Next morning the Superintendent, Clerk, and one
of the Mrectors of the Pleasant Valley Wine Co.
(the parties who conducted the test the day before,)
to satisfy themselves of the merits of the "Walter'
bv an equal trial, tested 17 ounces of Iona from the
same lot that were used the day before, and the
saccharometer stood at 91 the Walter beating it a.
Had 17 ounces of the Delaware and Catawha been
pressed equally hard with the Walter, their skins
and centres being acid, the Delaware would have
stood lower and-ie Catawba proportionably below
the Delaware. . All the other varieties ranged much
lower than those enumerated above.
There bad been constant rains and damp weather
a the section where the Walter grew its competit
ors growing at Hammondsport and along the lakes,
where there had been but little rain during the sea
sondry soil and weather being necessary for the
perfect sweetening of grapes.
A committee of the American Institute Farmer s
Club, in a reeport or Sept. "J2. 1st, printed In the
New York Semi-Weekly Tribuneof Sept. Sth.after
speaking of the qualities of the Walter, say: "We
conclude the Wnltrr will he a valuable grape In the
grape regions of the npper Mississippi. on the shores
of Lake Erie. In western New lurk, on the slate
oils of western Pennsylvania, and wherever else
native grapes are sucoeMSl'ully grown."
Letter from Charle WotUley, one of the oldest vine
rardiftt In the .State.
Visktabd Poi.vt, Ulster Co., N. T.,1
Hay 1, 18a.
Hfrsr. Ftrri A CUixrofxl.
Dear Sirs: Yours of the 1st Ii I am In receipt of.
la which yon ask it I have any objections to sending
vou, for publication, the facts I am acquainted with.
In relation to the character of the Walter Grape. I
have never Indorsed the character or usefulness ot
vines, or other articles of any description, and would
not at my present stage of lite were it not for two
reasons which seem sufficient. First, I know the
Walter Grape, will meet the prejudices wideepread
throughout the country, caused by the worthleatnens
In moNt localities of many of its predecenaora. Sec
ond, because I can say from personal observation
that the Walter Is the best variety I have had any
knowledge of. and I think I have cultivated nearly
ail that have be?n recommended, discarding them
ail and falling back npon the Concord and Hartford
Irolitic as vineyard varieties. I am interested in
knowing that the Iruit of the Waller grows larger
each year as the vine grows older, being last yer
fully one-third larger than It was two years ago. It
grows well ; "Sets frnit well. I have seen it ripe sev
eral times befor: Hartford, and I have never seen
any mildew on Its fruit or on its large and thick, but
Delaware shaped folinge. The flavor of the fruit I
think superior to any other variety. You say In
your circular It Is a seedling of the Delaware and
Diana; I think the character of each of then varie
ties is quite distinguishable m the II 'alter, particu
larly that of the Delaware. I ulsd think it would
make a wine of high character. I have visited it
annually since it first bore. six yen rs ago, three times
In Ulster Co., N. Y., In a low valley, where the Isa
bella seldom ripens, and each time it was fully ripe
In August. I have seen it each of the three past sea
sons in Poughkerpsie. ripening at the same time,
excepting last year, when the constant rains pre
vented all varieties from maturing at their usual
time, but it perfected its fruit by the ojlddle of Sep
tember. The rai.iru of the last mentioned crop I
have seen and eaten, which were good. From Us
succeding in the low valley and teiincioun clay ot
Modena, and also in the dry slatev - position In
Poughkeeiwie, I thin i it will be well adapted to the
varied sections of our country. Vou niav make
whatever use of these opinions you dwm proper.
, Your truly, rifA Ft I.F.s w MjLjSY.
FIUIIS & CAYWOOD,
21-y i'onglikii, N. Y.
500 Acres I 18th Year I
" 10 GREENHOUSESI
Fruit. Ornemental and Nursery Stock, immense
and reliable a-sortinent very low for cash.
Apple. , 5 and t years. Varieties adapted to all
localities. Including hardy Northern sorts, such as
Duchess Oldenburg, IILsiop, Transcendent and oth
er Crab Apples.
Peaehen. I'rar, Cherrle, Ptvms. Quinie. GrnpeM,
P'jret and Evergreen Tree; Xwraery SUjckM. Omipe
H'dpc. Plant, Rrttex, own roots. Hardy Bulbs and
Lillies for Fall planting, lluot (irafls put up to or
der In best style.
Also superior colored plates of Fruits and Flow
ers. Send 10 cents for Catalogue. Bewttre of bogus
agents. P. K. PHtKNIX,
7-t Blooioington, McLean Co. III.
St. Clair Nurseries,
8UM3LEH. FIELD, ILL.
I have a large Stock of Transcendant, Larga Bed.
Yellow and Cherry Crabs. Low Headed and well
branched. 4 to feet, fju per luu. tlnu per l.OUU.
No chacgea for packing.
DnviftOB'ft Tharaless RIark C'aa Raspfcrrrn
f per itw; fj) per irno; per ua.
Minamata TlnsterTHlark Cap Raspberry.
f per loo; f iOper MX); ui per 4wn.
ISeneea Illaek Cap Rapbvrry,
fSOO per 100; fHXWperkMi; l.DprWl. -
Wilaon T. de C.'aad, Acrtraltariat. Gra
rrollflr, Freaeh See4Una;, Early .Mar,
aaI Ibiataa Pino trawaerry
flO) per Hi.
Concorfl Grnpas 5 years...
Versailes Currant 1 year..
Cherry I ..
WhMp Grape 1 "
Ked Dutch " 1 " .
. 13) ma
LB pr !og
13 pr M
U per W
4 9T wra
Apple and Aagera Qaiare Stark at'
Any of the above articles will be sernrWypark4
aixl delivered at the raiUiaU. fee at aM, xei
the barecoKt of boxes.
Orders should be accompanied vrith thecaab, r
vr. r. wiil.
4-3m Ji. V.
WE Planted 111 l. vprinpr evrr
five htindrotl bushels of Mg Onwi(
Seed, and shall have for sale, this fail and pnat
FIFTY MILL I0S
splendid No. 1 plants. Onr facilities frr rm'tlsg
plants at a small cuet, cannot be excellnL
laborers st ten cents per day. but. by the id nf b
ground, free from weeds nd f n-uplendii m
chlnerv an experience ot twenty-tore yrmf
the work, and n careful systematic nniirtnwt
our Immense force, we are positive thl w. af
ford to sell plants cheaper th-n any wlhr st
lishment in the ctHintry. We have io
Into market. tw aiRTfon splendid Apple Ttws, t
all ages. and kin. These trw ar iual
anything in tha country all grafted br o. J
gimrrantee every tree sent out auuad. Uiriiy.a4
true tu name.
everybody w a-rt a fre ll .f J)'
(;rututnet oaf aextpring. we mt.ld sa t' "
shall put up full fiva oiillion axt inlrr-bta
roots and cious are from onr own crwnd. ''
aeif. thorn very cheap. W want alli
womea ia . -'
or anywhere efs who want to any Plan. T7
Grafts, and who want to get a II rst-clais arurl.
at the LO WEST XA T?X, to write U as and
P'IRST CLASS AGENTS
APPLE SlvEPLlNCS CHEAP.
V7. H. XIA2JIJ Sz Co
GILLMAX. IROqVOIS CO, ILL
rWl wUl .YOTbe undersold. , ,
Send for jsay and Wrt I-47-6m
Shonld be In every Garden and every Vineyard
the land. We have good evidence that la tie J
It Is to be eminently successful. It earner, aaj
infinitely suerior to tbe Concord in quajisy
must supplant that varietr an fast as Iw
im known. The Salem,' as ia wtll kna. a
best of the "Koer liybnda." Mr. Kuen "
"Like other well known kinds. No. and
Is a Hybrid between a native and the Biac
burg, booth large and mmpirt, berry
Hamburg, of a light chaaulorl 'atawhae- .
sklnnel, perfectly free fnm hard ph. very "J"
and sprightly, with a moat exquine ar-matie
vor; uot equaliwl by any other out-door grat '
wine or table; as early anfl bnrdy aa .
Jtartioro, Having nev
the moat oofavomt
Taking all ilsquali
hardines. and grmt '
of fruit, it is pronouncvU by tba txrot iwit
have tried it. to have no equal amoiig ail
merous varieties bow before the purine: an
with confidence recommend it aa ih bml af
The bulk of the Salem Stock pwea from
Kipers into tba aamls of Mr.T.L. Ham.
on-Kria. That (rntlrmu ka acrei of
yard, and under ate of A ug Mk, 19, wrte :
Dkak Sib: I have mart) ulemturv ia C'n",Z
to reMrt miwt favorably of Ihe Salem. Sr-,
. lirj H.1 w WV ,Ht-rv ' liia
r railed to npen i
Je aaanon. for the pa " '
tie iouj coililwatio. n";
riror of viae, site and qua"-
rum rmw.r Thw .vm iit7Md fruDl tfl
ter or the trvinir summer, esciiuing diiM
other variotiaa have beea arretted rioaely.
1 am so well satisfied with their ptwawse. .
thooKh I hava thirty acr of this ""'V-V
filled up rot of tha vacancies In my ' '
vanis with them. .
Yours tmlv T. I-
r Ijuit spring wa r4ived Mr. Hams fnau 'Jz.
nation of the Sulem, by purchaaio l
suck of vines for transplanting, and also aj
from bis large vinevard. W e ara coa-'S"1 '
.Kl. . . . ... . I. ...... I A
Largest anI hest stock of Said
Vines In Ihe Country.
at low rates, to larse a.id small plaaters.
If we are to compete with onr CIifmi
In (ir.ipe growing, we must plant the "".a
ahowy varieties tbone which oioot nearly
the choice foreign kinds In appearance aiitl "
We offer all leading varieties forsaie
VERY LOW RATES.
Our circulars contain a cut of the SIn, aad"'
tlmonials. Sent on application.
Addiws . '
I. II. BAB COCK & CO.,
Salex Grape XritfW"1
Other Hardy Bulbs for Fall PlaajkjJ
Is now published, and wia beaentraa1011
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