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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1869)
li. V. rUr.NAS, E.IItor.
fid'TMi Cornnrwiicflnns ;nlwfef firthis Iiepnrt
ment should be anr.--se'ltlvie Kuitor,. -
Wc made a (!vii!triji lit rough r-cr-lion.s
of r.iwnce aii'I Riobanl.iou
counties Iat week, by the way of Ta
Ue Tlock, Tawnce City, Salem and
Falls City. It had been seven year-
Mnee we were in Fawnee county, an!
twelve years ince we were in Ilicfi-.u-l.on,
in the vicinity of Salem anu
Fa! Is City. Of course, wonkrfwl
hangs have taken place within the
tinier mentioned. K.-peciany along
all the water courses, where there i.
more or Lmn timber, the country with
in tho scope of our brief trip, we
found well filled upand welf improved.
'Fine arms, farm houses and hams are
to be seen in all directions. In Paw
nee county the farmers?, and wl-ely,
too, are principally herd law observ
ant, and are raiding fine crops with
out the expense of fence.-', which id im-
potd on the farmer in many other por
tions of the State. Xear Table Rock
there id a fine water-power null, suu
cient to accommodate the surrounding
country. It has a good reputation
About Pawnee City are some splendid
farms. J. W. HoIIingshead adjoining
the town, like u?f has "fruit on the
br;.:n," and Los ieen for years plant
ing tree.-, and now has a beautiful and
valuable rdace. A near-neighbor of
hi- Mr. Dunn, if we recollect the
' I. . . troubled with the tame com
I : '.., r.r.-l f-haie and fruit trees, vines
and i-I.rL.L3, loom up about his place.
A great many places along our route
we noticed that farmers are given to
" tree planting.
The country right about Salem is
rather rough, yet the adjacent valleys
yield a good supply of almost all the
farmer desires, and the town ha a
good trade. There are soma leautifiil
views of the valley sobervabIe from
the high grounds from Pawnee City to
Falls City. When we were last, be
fore, atFalls City, there were.' no im
provements scarcely. Now there is a
beautiful and tastily 'arranged village,
and the valley and surrounding coun
try well filled with industrious and
enterprising farmers. A railroad now
graded to Falls City, and about ready
for the iron, and running up the rich
valley cf the Great Nemaha, will
work wonders in a very few years. A
great and ' growing country, this
.Southern Nebraska. It only wants to
be necn to be appreciated.
We regret that
mac me weamer.was eiireni
and our time limited, we had not time
to "call in" all along the road, and
enjoy a social talk about "matters and
things in general," especially those
points pertaining to agriculture, hor
ticulture, pomology, and kindred sub
jects. We intend next summer, "when
nature has her Sunday clothes on,"
' to go th rough the "burnt di.-trict" in
detail, and write it up "eee all the
folks." . .
. Polyglot Family Iliblc.
Trof. Geo. B. Moore, State canvass
ing agent for the National Book Pul
tihing Company A. S. Iinnies fc Co.
is presenting to the public in this
h"tate a very valuable and exceedingly
well arranged copy of a Family Bible.
The marginal reading are full, and
the selection of references original,
and arranged in a manner hitherto
nnattempted. It contains many valu
able treaties and useful tables : a criti
cal introduction to each of the Cook?,
by Rev. Jos. A. 'Warner; an essay on
the right Jlntcip etation of the writ
ings in which the Revelations are con
tained, by James Macknight, D. D ;
three fermoas on -the evidences of
chri.-tUnity, by Philip Doddridge, D.
D.; -a geographical and historical in
dex ; a concordance by Rer. J. Brum ;
a complete index and concise diction
ary of the Bible, in which the various
persona, places and subjects mentioned
Jn It are accurately referred. to, and
evry difficult word briefly explained ;
' flctlj' executed maps and engravings
on steel, illustrative of the sacred text.
No family should be without a copy.
Amatcub Cultivator's Guide, is
the title of an exceedingly neat vol
ume of over one hundred and fifty
pages, well and handsomely bound in
cloth, profusely Illustrated with fine
wood, steel and colored plate engra
ving?, by Washburn & Co., Seed Mer
chants,' Horticultural Hall, 100 Tre
xnont street, Boston, Mass. It is a
revised, enlarged, and very much ira-
proved catalogue of this well known
and reliable house. It contains an ac
curate descriptive list of over two
thou?and varieties of flower and veg
etable seeds ; directions for the culti
vation of annual, biennial and peren
nial Cower seeds; plans for the ar
rangement of fruit, vegetable and
flower gardens, together with a vast
amount of ether useful matter. We
,nd nothing about it as to price, but
presume it is for distribution, at least
at to not exceed cost. It should be in
the hands of every flower or vegeta
ble cultivator., , ill
, Important Notice. Those who
wish to subscribe or that most excel
lent agricultural and family -weekly,
the Y'ctffrn Rural fir the year 1S70,
can make a savii,g by subscribing
through this office. By arrangement
we can furnish that paper for one year,
and the Advertiser, for $3,Z0. Give us
the amount at cm cc, and receive free
number of the Western Rural for the
lemainder of this year, in addition.
The regular price of the Western Ru
ral is 2, CO per year.
Maxubes. An old Illinois farmer
said he did not like agricultural pa
pers, btcause they were eternailv
talking about manuring the land.
"Well" said we, "suppose you were
. la the eos.p business, and you have
two barrels, one contains lye enough
vo muse pounus of soap, and the
ether enomrh crease to make rr.
ou start both bam Ls i;t tle
but before vou have rnd?
r,jM' '-'t koan. trie creese uoes
r.c t tun f;
Ity you ch
enoiiLTU to make the qual-
La. v, ou!d voj-.o
y, j'utin ra. re-reuM., yVu dura
i, t ut where s yir pir.t?"
X;tcr from : H. i:::ul f, Secre
tary A::a. rtii.ioiogJcal So.
Ci.EVELA.yD, Nov. 2;
R. IT' FiiS7in!,'Liq.:- - : I
Dear Sin Again I am
debt for favors, one of which
you for and tr.e othT I rgrrt. ine
thanks arc for the box of apples cgain
sent and received, and the regrets, are
that you should occupy the columns
of your valuable Agricultural and
Horticultural dpart;r.cnt'af the Ad-irerfi-rr
with matter of to little value
us my late letter to you. '
I had Already madu drawings ar.d
diseriptsons of Otoe Red Streak,
which I count a valuable variety, f
have also drawings of Todd's Pippin
new to me and of Gabriel, which
latter I consider a valuable sort, that
should be pretty cenerally grown by
amateurs. The Nebraska Green is the
apple-you have failed to send me, and
which I do not, but desire to., know.
As I said, I have drawings of these
nerc and valuable sorts, and if you de
sire, will supply you duplicate cuts
whenever they are ready.
I should like exceedingly to see the
"Furnas" apple. If it has half the
good qualities that eastern men at
tach to the name, as connected with
the name who bears it your humble
self then I have no doubt it will
prove a good thing for "some locali
ties." There, probatly you think that
not complementary, but. its meant
otherwise, for I do not believe any
existing item of creation, except the
Creator himself or his Sox, is good or
reliable everywhere; and the sooner
our people who are practising Agri
culture and Horticulture understand
such to be a fact, the sooner we shall
be free of Charlatans, who, intent
cn pecuniary gain, regard not their
country or their fellow man, more
than does the wild beast who seeks to
annr.lv nresent wants. - Ihev are re
gardless and thouchtless of the future
have no respect for manhood, honor
or integrity, and deserve the lowest
position awarded to humanity.
Charles Downing' Postofflce is
Newburgh, New York, and he is one
of the pleasantest of men ; strictly
honorable and reliable, pecuniarily
above want, and thoroughly imbued
with a love and knowledge pertaining
to fruits and flowers. We have a few
reliable fruit men among us yet, but
the years are accumulating upon
them, and when I think how little
there is connected with a knowledge
of varieties of fruits, aside from a
mind and memory of years devoted to
its studv. I dread the time when
these reliables shall have passed away.
Books are all well, but so far as detec
ting a variety by any classification or
discription yet made, they are utterlv
worthless, except aa combined with
the mind and memory of a life-long
study of the subject.
Dowuing's new revised edition of
the "Fruit and Fruit trees of Arae rica"
has been critisized as void of classifi
cations, it beinjr simply an alphabeti
cal record and discretion of varieties,
because no reliable clarification has
yet been found.
When an author can arrange a
classification and orders by which he
can himself arrange his work so as not
to have the same iruit appear in more
than two clas.-e and orders in the
same book, or when a Horticultural
Society can prepare a digest to em
brace descriptions of fruits, by which
they themselves can detect and clear
their own State fruit of blundering
isms, as witness the efforts of the
Western Pennsylvania Horticultural
Society,: n their circular of points to be
met in description, but which up to
this time they have failed to make ap
plicable to sven one fruit out of the
hundreds of errors with which their
State is more mixed than any in. the
Union : then 1 will be. If lirintr, om
of the first to give due credit; but un
til that is done, let these men lay
back a little and depend somewhat on
the brains and memories of others,
rather than their egotistical assertions
of scientific knowledge, the where
with they possess not a tithe.
And now for a few notes on this
number you sent me: 1st. Mr. Mc
Rain says, in reference to Mexican
Strawberry, there Is some "sparring"
between myself and others, lie is
profoundly mistaken. I have no spar
ring therewith. The Mexican u a va
riety of Alpine, and that is all I have
ever said of it.
Planting Trees. You are right, and
yet you are wrong. Jail planting, if
done eariy, is advisable, and is the
best time: but if freezing weather has
set in, then better heel and cover the
trees for winter, but prepare the pla
ces even up to a necessity of using the
pick to break the ground. Leave all
rough as you may, the rougher the
better, and the very moment you can
in the spring, put the trees in their
places. - -
"Judiciouxfy Pruned?1 Yes, there
you hit it. It is a point that can't be
written out. Each and every tree is
distinct and different, and cannot
have a line or rule applied to it.
Common sense and observing study is
the only cuide.
I of ject to your basin at the base of
the tree, and aho to your advice to
stake. Both are useless or worse. I
have, in thirty years past, directed the
planting of thousands of trees, from
two to thirty feet hijrh, and in all
sorts of bleak exposures, subject to the
fierce gales and winds of the lakes,
and yet never staked a tree, or had
ohe blown over. Learn to set the tree ;
spread its roots evenly and pack it
thoroughly tcL'h the fingers, not the fiat,
at the base, i. e., commencing at the
first and lower root, and continuing
on. Keep your feet, and every Irish
man spade and pounder out of the
hole. Never tread around iL If any
one doubts this point, I can say
to him, come to me, and I will show
you I am right, liecause I can show
you the fac 8 existing, and am yearly
Young trees for planting aye, urge
it. Larger trees can be equally success
fully moed as small ones, but all
thin cs must be equal. There must be a
corresponding additional expenditure
or Lttor and care in digging, some in
packing, some in transplanting, some
in unpacking and again repeated In
dieting holes, preparing ground end
phintinrr. If all this is equal, then all
riht; but except to him who has
only a small place ; wants to get a half
dozen or so of trees, and has plenty of
money, will it pay?
The young tree is the one for the
orchardist and a new becinner of
small means." But Vhile I am full
and overflowing in all of matters hor
ticultural, . I am probably wearying
you, and so, therefore, with thanks
fur favors, and a hurrah for Nebraska,
I am respectfully, etc, -F.
We thank Mr. Elliott for his val
uable letter, and also for his criticisms ;
and hope to hear from him again, and
as frequently as circumstances will
There are numerous varieties of
wheat that will produce cfd crops
with reasonable certainty, if the foil be
so cultivated that the plant can gather
what food it needs, and mature. The
Board of Apricultureof Ohiooffersthe
magnificent premium of 51,0JO; and
the standard of forty bushels to an acre
is net so high as to make it impossible
to reach it. It can be done, and tne
competition should be creat. New
ncd old varieties of vhe-ii should both
EFve a fair trial.
An extensive agricultural house La
Ohio, wiitinsr us on business, savs:
"We like th8 fppearar.ee cf vour ra-j
rer very much. It looU li':c a Hie
I'C-r, araorg Lie folks."
A CEtzT for bottle top, that will
lit-ep the niof t voi.itile liquids from evapora
ting, nm.f N insuie by miiln;; finely-ground
litharge and concentrated glycerin. It dries
q'lirlilj", becomes very La.ri, and I eaaily re
moved with a Knife.
Crab apple Marmalade. Put
the arp! Into a kettle, with just water cn
onrfi to rover them, and boll them until very
soft; maih thera np andstrstinthemthrooja
a slove. Take a pound of apples to a pound
of suRar, bell It half aa hour and then put it
In to jars.
Crab Apple Jelley. Put the ap
ples In the kettle; Just cover them with, wa
ter, and let them Loll nntll they are very
tender. Hash them with aspoon, and strain
out the juice. Take a pint of juice to a pound
of sugar, boll It thirty minutes, and strain it
through a hair sieve,
Apple Jellt. Take a dozen good
tart applos, cut them Intoiuarters,aIdBplnt
of water, and let simmer about an hoar. Set
a sieve over an earthen pan, turn the apples
into it and let then drain ; but do not stir the
arptes.afr the Juice Is drained out. Let it
stand and'settle half an hour: then take a
pint of juice to a pound of white sugar, boil
it ten minutes, and put it into moulds or
Try It. It is stated that green cop
peras, dissolved in rain water, vrUl effectually
concentrate and destroy the foulest smells,
and if placed under the bed In hospitals and
side rooms, will render the air free and pure.
For butchers' stalls, Csh markets, sinks, and
wherever there are offensive putrid gases,
dissolved co peraa sprinkled about will in a
few days purify the atmosphere, and an ap
plication once a week will keep it sweet and
BAKER'sGrxGERBREAD. Two cups
molassffl and four tablespoon fuls of butter
itlrred together without melting; add one
cup of Hour, two tables pooru'ul of soda dis
solved In one cup of sweet milk, one teas
poonful of alum dissolved in one-half cup of
boiling water and one tables poonful of gin
ger; stir all well together, adding flour until
it becomes thick enough to roll; cut in cards,
and bake in a quick oven. Some may sup
pose the amount of soda to be too great, bat
after one trial will be convinced that the
alum will counteract the soda. The alum
should not be dissolved In the same cup that
How to Keep Haf. from Des
troying Clara e.j.
Almost every person who uses a har
ness has been more or less annoyed by
having them injured by rats. We
give a few hints aa to how this may be
avoided, though everybody knows, or
affects to know, what Is best. The
receipts here given are collected from
Take about a teaspoonful of ceyenne
pepper, mix it thoroughly with a quart
of oil, and rub the harness with the
mixture. This, It ia claimed, will not
only keep rats and mice from gnawing
the harness, but it will aiso prevent
horses and colts from chewing the
lines or halters.
Take two quarts of green leeks, pour
over them one gallon of oil, and Jet it
stand a few days before using; the lon
ger it stands the better.
A little benzine rubbed over the har
naf s after it has been oiled is said to
be a sure preventive, but is not recom
mended by many, ou account of the
idea that it Injures the leather.
One ounce of aloes to one gallon of
oil will prevent rats from distroying
It is also claimed by mixing a small
quantity,, gay a tablespoonful of pine
tar to or:e quart oil, harnesses wdll be
mot effectually protected from any
injury ; tut If too much is put on the
leather will not absorb It. It will col
lect dirt, besides making the harness
nnriIea.sHnt to handle. JIarneua and
Soi! for Grape Tines.
A paper read before the Horticultu
ral Congress, at Manchester. England
gives some interesting facts concern
ing the proper soil for grape vines of
uuiereui sorts. v nen tne vines were
planted In asoij which contained :n
unusual proportion ofmagneianiime
tney apparently did well. The fruit
promised to be fine until it finished
stoning, when it ceased to swell, often
decreased in size, shriveled, and wax
deiicient in saccharine matter and aro
ma. Another border In the same crar
den had soil from the old red-sand
stone formation, entirely withoutlime.
anu composed or silica, alumina, and
organic matter, formed from decayed
herbage, ihis vine produced fruit
penecc m every way, gome of the ber
ries measuring four inches in circum
ference. In the vinervonlva tondrps
feingofmanureisused, with asilicious
soil. The injurious effects were pro-
oauiy proaucea uy magnesia, but at
any rate the author's experience shows
inai grapevines succeed in soils belong
ing to thatreoloffical formation known
as the old red sandstone, but do not
succeed on the magnesian limestone.
me presence of limestone, however,
ry no means indicates unfitness for
all kinds ofgrapes, for it is well known
mat in tnls country larire tracts over
lying limestone formations are capable
of producing grapesin prreat excellence
and variety. It is futile to search for
a grape that will do well everywhere,
and the above experience certainly
proves the necessity of close observa
tion of soils on the part of grape cultu-
the Western Rural
The TTertem Rurril has the prettiest name
tne prettiest areas, the best print, ana gives
the best family reading of any paper I ever
neiu Deiorn my eyes."
And a Postmaster writes
The Rural World Is the best paper I ever
canvassed for, and Is looked after with more
inter man any other paper taken in this
The Success of this great Western
Agricultural and Family Weekly is
remarKauie. cmce its enlargement
last Winter, its circulation has been
greatly increased, and its price in now
reduced to per year, uniform
ly, singly or In clubs. New subscri
bers for 1S70 will receive the remain
ing numbers of this yearree. So any
one wishing the Tt extern Rural for
next year should send $2,00 at once, or
write for specimen numbers and par
ticulars and premiums. About one
thousand families in the west are
using sewing machines secured by
forming clubs, for tho Western Rural.
Thousands of watches, bells and mu
sical instruments, silver-plated ware,
books, choice jewelry,: etc, have been
given for dobs. Address, II. IJ". F.
Lewis, Publisher, Chicago, III.
To Rejuvenate Old Grape Vests.
The editor of the Practical Parmer
says: "Having on our premises, plan
ted by former owners, probably twen
ty yeara, half a dozen old gra pe vines
with large weather beaten trunks or
stems.which made annually but little
new wood and yielded but very few
poor grapes, two seasons ago we cut
off the branches, and laid the main
stems down in the trenches, covering
with about a foot cf earth. Vigorous
and healthy saoot3 spring up id great
abundance the weak ones of which
were broken oX and leading ones at
proper distances trained to the arbor.
The new growths are now clean, heal
thy, and strong sulScient entirely to
cover the large arbor the present sea
son ; we look for bushels of fmit from
tne new bearing wood. We see old
iapts vines, everywhere, coin no
goo.1 and which could be made youcz I T.iVV
and thrifty by this process." - 7 j i, !;.-'" . V
I o iarmer m-n-'j obtains froF th 1 'rupe 1 --rants, fctrawcernes, Her
- 1 . , . . . ' ..... 1 -. ,. . ' j .. 1 . . . 1 .- .-. .
h.r manarinx lie mS;ht bav- obtained twea- ' waj6P?- r- ...
The publisher cf the W-:?';m Etral
Is unremitting in his etT-rts t .ysrd making
that journal still more r r !"-an h re to
fore. Arnoo? t nevr f . . iri ; r 1. ' , Is to
be a Fep and Wool IV" .rtr :;t. to L i edit
ed by Hon. A. it. Gahia::?. 1 r . i-r.t cf the
Illinois Vv"ol-Orowprs' As-'i uir.n. than
whom there is no eentleman lathe West bet
ter acquainted witu the waa;. and interest
of "iep and wool growers.
i: e si.' ject of rafoin e sheep, the best breeds
C r tne West, ard kindred qnepnons. will not
only bediscussed, but the wool and wool-n
Interest in general the market prices and
bs$ times and modes cf e!.;n:r wcn.l will
also receive a full share of att.-ntion. Mr.
Garland's qualifications eminently ns him
for the charge of this department, and wa
congratulate oat farmers that they are to
have the benefit c his experience and judg
ment. This Is bnt one of the nnmerons at?rrctlve
features of that prr-at Farm and Family
Weekly. The subscription priee Is only S2.00
per vear, and specimen eopies are sent free of
charge, by addressing II. N. F. Lewis, Pub
lisher Wctiern Rural, Chicago, 111.
Heiiovin-g Gas fro3 Weixs. A
correspondent of the Scic-ntificAmeri-can
gives an accountof aningenieous
Iy extemporized apparatus for remov
ing carbonic acid gas from wells. It
i3 simply an umberella, let down and
rapidly drawn up a number of times
in succession. The effect was to re
move the gas in a few minutes from a
well so foul a3 to instantly extinguish
a candle previous to the use of the um
berella. often acnioiart isia, w
now repeat, we win
pleasure 1b receiving and forwarding
riiara to any ef aur advertising pat
ron. 5FECIAI 3f OTICE9.
Trailer's Sweet Winter Crab.
Seedling of Siberian, a new and su-
periorv ariety, lare as Traascendant, excellent qual
ity, productive and hardy. Keeps well. One year
trees prepaid per mail, 75 eta. each ; $4 per doc
STOCK APPLES.-Very lar.'e, red, late keep
ing and productive winter apple. Extremely hardy
and profitable. One year trees per mail, 2 eta, each
fl per dozen.
GOI.DEN.-One year S3 eta. each;
P per dozen.
Miner nail Wild Goose Plana. Pi mail, 75
cents each. . ' ' '
Apple Root Grafts. Best Quality, warranted
true and right every way. 10.000 per J70; 100,000,
Pear. Plum and Cherry Eoot Grafts, J25 per 1000.
Miner and Wild Goose Plum Boot Grafts. ?5 per
100; 940 per 1000.
Fruit Stocks, all kinds, cheap.
1,000,000 Evergreens yuriery Grou.it all sizes.
200,000 European Larch 4 Inches to Vi feet line
jraPartlcs Intending to plant groves for timber,
should send for our larch Circular. It costs 2 cta
and is worth one dollar.
E, Y. TEAS,
7 Im Richmond, Ind.
Pure Ered Hogs and Fowls; "Win
ter Seed Wheat, and otter FARM SEEDS, from
JDeiia Exyrriaieatal Farm,Chambersburg-,Pa.
Diehl's and Houghton Beardless ; Week's and
Tread well's Bearded White Wheats; French White
and Bed Chaff; Purple Sraw Bearded Bed Medit
erranean, and German Amber Beardless, are the
best, earliest, hardiest and most productive Wheats
that can be recommended for general cultivation.
Price f i per bushel. Four pounds ot any kind by
mail, post paid, for $1. Twenty heads of different
varieties sent post paid, for $1 Twenty other vari
eties of Wheat, Barley and Oats, of last years Im
portation. See Deitz's Experimental Farm Jour
nal ; aeodand subscribe for it ; only $1,50 per year;
the modt useful Journal printed.
(is). A. Drrrx.
Fruit Trees, Vines, &c.
Parties Intending to purchase, Fruit
Trees, Vines, tc, which shall be reliable In every
respect, are requested to seal to the subscribers.
who oCer a superior lot of
Standard and Dwarf Pear Trees
together with Appus, Chxbbt, Peach and PLC
Tazxs, Gsapb Vrsrxs, Silbcebeet, xtcl, at low
HPKCIAL RATES ta Iarze plantors and dealers.
rot farmer uuomiaUon jiieu' allres
A. O.KSCKNT ft CO..
2-tm IveU, M.v.
Arnold's Hybrid Grapes.
A few strong two-year ola plants or
these valuable Grapes for sale this Fall, at $2 each ;
one plant each of the five varieties for $3.
Arnold's Hybrid Raspberries. Yellow Can
ada and Arnold's Bed, f per dozen.
"The only valuable true hybrid F-nspberries ever
raised In America." On receipt of ?13 for the five
Grapes and twelve of the Raspberries, I will send
one plant extra of my new hybrid, Oraase Kin,
"the highest flavored, perfectly hardy, and most
producUve Easpberry ever offered to the American
JcripUve Catalogues sent on receipt of 10 cents.
Paris, Ontario, Canada.
stock of the best varieties
ftr market or the Private Garden; handsomely
grown and healthy. Prices low.
Kdwtic Alt. ex.
New Brunswick Nurseries.
Apples for the ISortn T7est.
We will contract to put op 200.000 Root Graft!? in
the b!"Onanrier, and on reasonable term. Half ot
them Hyslop and Transcendantt. 'rubs, and Imch
ess of Olden tinreh : baian-e lendinir hardy varie
ties. Also for nai a small stook of two year old
Apples, including the above kuxu, with 3,mi0 Hy-
slop ana s.ttfw I ran-scenaant i raos, one year old.
ALs, Cherries, Grnpn, Ornnmrntal Trnai and
FhrutiM, f 'rrrgrrem, Kate. Pmnia and Green Houte
JPUmU. Eorrgreent from Woods, c, tc.
CHAS. HAMILTON & SOX.,
7-3m Rlpon, Wis.
10th YEAR. 500 ACRES.
AS First Class Stock. In part, as follows :
A loro, 1 trr- IS : 2 m. Sm: 100t
liucbs" Oldenbnro tiriiae" TranceiiTent
louti. l yr.. &x ; z yr., s ; tui. 1 1 1 . 1 p f 1 and 2 yrs.
I'ear, Iiwarf-1'jO ?C8; Kion
Kanpberry Ma Miami and JjoolirfleIQW ?.
l'.laikberrT M'UaJmv, WilJtr,n's A'irf' KX) $13,
K4C OrXtAxort7ieTirji,iir!ttl!nijIurftrs, Hi-
ti'-ip, Trnnrmdent, Grimex, tjturk and Hovthem
'rry fetcks SorU. WUd Goose aru Miner
Owse frraaae Plants trf rlrni. IQ.nOO 1XW
f rersrernit JIoxi hi trartxrlrtrtfrii.m.timitrtmt ttnek
Hapf9 Si,(T or XU)'rr-icaix-dy ail Un, inrlwling
tyrt, n inrn ?1 SO; tranxpbtnl'-d to 12 uvt
tXiOr luw "to in.. 14.- AtoHfL. .- 6 to ft., Kfti.
Rsie r forti, Inrorat UorJr, V Hi: lOmi
.r"eahnv. Herfclfneaa Vegetable r'inot.
rait and lowtr 1'la.tea l ttmipuf oy muu, u
4r.j-Se&d la cenU for Catalogues.-a
F. K. FHCEMX, 1 ,
tf B!oornintm, T.nnoia
Ilanisdell TSonxay Oats.
The best and most profitable Oat srrown, yielding
more than twice as many bushels per acre as com
mon Oaia. The straw is very strong, and rarely
lodsres or Aula down. Oar seed is clean and free
from noxious weeds.
Oae Bnshel, Tea BasfceTs, 910.
Oa Ilsndred Bahels SCJGO.
E. Y. TKA.8,
7-5 m Richmond, Ind.
A ULEGE STOCK OF A IX KLLSDS OF "
AT VErtY LOTTEST PKICES,
whers the CASH accompanies the order.
Bed Cedar 2 to 3 ft, three times transplanted, 3
Finest Rre and shrobs 35 cts. each.
lwarf F-ar Trees f ull of fruit-boos, at SOctaeach
Karly .Richmond Cherry cts. each.
Iiwarf Apples beannit e, 50 cts, eaca.
AU the new small fniii 1 ,v.
Beann-r Concords 5 cti each. AH other Grape
jeai'e oraaz ail seter-! tlaats. ismaj ones
Uirowa cut.) si tlM per !
I lartt ltasf terry 4 1
Jjt. XicaMe, Cha-i. 1w
'. ilichiaa, and aa the
. i be sent before Febro-
new Strawberries, at -
MW At above prices c
Apple Hoc: c,-
-. Koot Grafts!!
WE solicit c
orders for Apple
iU leailins kinds, fa be
1 op tfce comiv!- winit-r bv
on 7"onr a Rort5.
ei per nceij han1-i "
ea.: 1 fciai priirs"'
the most carer..! maimer,
Cifl a:?a pXKed in camp
s.-iwdast. so as to
asafiyc.-ram-e tn pxi oia-
lont (r Ti: and
i --"sper rti.-1-!. 1 ..e prices
:. i. A tne l'1' f one year
2 to 3 feet, wi.i cheap ;
Robert Do'2i n,
Who Ie.aie and Beta :1 Dealers la
Ifatira Eversreca an J Ajplo Sels,
Eversrreew l Ornnmestst! Tree.eedrmra
one. ti and Uir yn oid, jwunble tor Ornauieii
tai Planting and i'or Timber. v e bave the larzest
stixK ever irrown in t!ii country, all raise f from
eeis In ffir own pToiimN. Consistinir mostly ot
y-rwv nnire. Au-rrfan. Scctcto and White Pines,
BiUsaiu Fir. Arbor Wle. Kurnp-an Larrh. Europe
an aoti American llnunnia Ash. .(& TranspUuit
ed Kvenrreens, on Ut two frt b;rh. Ducliess of
Oldenburi? A ople. TransoeniltTit and Hyiop Crabs,
Apple eiliinKS. Ppf and Evergreen Tre Seeds.
4.c. The above are ailperl'ecUy bardy in 2ebrast.
bend for Catalogues.
U Doe;Io3 Si, Sea
2-Sm Wautptjan, 111.
0 I! A R G A
I UBSEBT ADD EXPEB1MEUTAL
We have a fine StocSr of the ibllowinir articles,
with many others, which we oiler at low prices for
Every Plant TTarr&xted True to
ITtLzae and. EU-b-t in Everj Ilespeet.
Apples, Pears, Peacies,
Clierrics, PItithi, Apricots,
Ilectarincs, Qnince3, Dxarf
Peaclies, Grapes, Raspber
ries, Strawberries, Blacli
b erri e3, Carrmita and Goos
bcrries. Also a Fine Slock cf Ornamental
Trees and Shrubs; a Full Assort
ment of Eulbs, Dahlias, Poenas,
Dialetras, Aquilegias, Lc, &cnC0n-
VARIETIES of POTATOES, Lc
ir5"Sent Bed Stamp for Fruit and Bulb Cata
FEUILESS fc CONGDOX, "Proprietors.
OZ7ABGA. Iroquois Co- Illinois. l-3m
WE Planted tills spring over
five hundred bushels of Osasce Oransre
Seed, and shall have for sale, this fall and spring.
splendid -To. 1 plant. Our facilities for raisins
plants at a small cost, cannot be excelled. We do
laborers at ten cents per day,ut, by the aid of new
jrround. free from weeds and icrm splendid ma-
cninery an experience ot twenty-three years tn
the work, and a care nil systematic management oi
our immense force, we are positive that we can af
ford to s4i plants cheaper than any other eatao-
uuuem in liie country. v e nave also
Intp market, two million splendid Apple Trees, ot
ali ivees, sizs and kinds. These trws are equjj to1
anything In th conn try ail graiVd by ns. Wo
(rnarrantee every tree sent out sound, thrifty, and
everybody r lo wants a fne let of ArpTe Br
Gratis to set ont nextxpHnir. we would sav that we
shall pnt np full five million next winter both the
roots ana cions are rroni our own irrounils. We will
sell them very cheap. We want all the men and
or anywhere else, who want to buy Plants, Trees or
Grafts, arid who want to ?et a first-class article, and
at tne laj ftar jzai jh, to wr.:a to as and get our
FIEST CLASS AGENTS
APPLE SEEDLINGS CHEAP.
T7. H. Z1A2UJ z Co.,
GZLL2TAX, ISOQ VOLS CO., ILL.
rfWe will XOTbe undersold.
Send for Essay and Price List.
Ferre, Batclielder cz Co.,
IltPOaTZKS A2TD DEAiZKS XS
DUTCH BTJXETJS HOOTS,
Flowering Shmb3 and Greenhouse
Garden, Held and Row Seeds,
Agricultural ind Horticultural
31 31 a in Street,
OCB nxriSTBATED CATALOGUE OF
S'jZST OS RECEIPT OF FIXE CE3TS.
2 and 3 years old
40 00 per too
.- 2 snd 3 years old..
20 W per ICO
. 28 00 per 1O0
STANDARD PEA H
I year old
D WART. PEAR : j
1 year oid
U 54 per 109
12 50 per 100
10 00 per 100
00 per loo
l year from bud
t 1 y a from grait
Dariaan'a Tlieralesa Black Cay Raspberry
3 per 100 ; (20 per 1000; f per 4tm.
oth CI aster ETaek Ca Raspberry.
3 per 100; ( per 1000; Sper.-0O.
rSeaecsi Clack Cap It asp berry.
(T perlOO; 00 per luoo ; per 00,
Wilson, T. 4e Gaad, Arricaltarise. Greea
Praiiflc, French !S?edIin Farly May,
and Dostoa Ptie Strawberry
(3 00 per 10CO.
1 Concord Grapes 2 years-
5 ) per lino
. L per
Diana . - -3
I jj per l
Iona - 2 -
Versalles Curract 1 yenr
00 per 1 .
l tierry 1
t per l'o
2u per luui
bite trrapa - 1
Apple aatl Aazers Qaiuce Stocks at
LOW FIG LUES.
Anv of the above artirlos 1
iwfllbe s'nrelv paJ-?ced j
and delivered at the railroad, fre f coct, except
the bare coat cf boxa.
Oriiers should, be aocoics-anied w:a the ca.sh. or
IT. F. i:7
yvttevuV. cnv'i'i'i-a Co. '
SPKCTAI. rrirr3 for Tn vf VT. HnVwin? a
poprM awsoruneaiof weilPlioViJj.IlAiUY' YA
Apples one an two years eld, ftf'tOO per 1000.
Piberiao one aiii two years oM, Transcendant, JO
Siberian one aai two years old, HIalop, f!0C S -f2M
All of splendl.t growth, on ttisX 7 prairie and
Also a rare eolltctiaa oX
?fEiV APri.ES AND SIErilXANS
One year old 50c eaca, or i per doxen.
Two years old THc eacn, or fi per iozeo.
This list InelufS-s twenty new S berlan, of tnerit
for beauty and uiity. and a aliec .iou oi' tbe finest
Apples, luoxiiy (biuret ne1. wlne.i we bave been
carefuUy tesiinj fur Uit pudt liv to tea years in
Also a complete sto'it of other fruits In their vari
eties, Evergreens and ornamental trees and ihruos.
Havinir been berysnccessf.il In sending- to yew
Mexico and other distant points, we can guarantee
successful pack-uig for Mail or Express.
a-?end fbr Trade List, and state correct
B. Orders for Root Grafts sbouM b sent In
soon as piwstbie, with ten per ceut oXbul witii order,
at $10 per lmjtt, or iiQ br lu,.jyu.
ADDRESS AH ABO VH
APPLES, GRAPES AC,
Crown at the IliUcn Nursary,
1 ----- -
G II APE TI r.
sr?rMjL n 100 im)
Concord one year, stmnsr Lie fl.00 $m.jo fw
two yeari trans a lan- "
two years trana-
Consisting of rwKeua, Tall-
man ftweet. sieil Astrican,
Bed June, feweet June, Per
ry liutwett. EnjrlisU tioldea
liussctt, rfops of wine. Or
der per M must contain not
less thanliW ofny variety.
1 Two years old, 3 to 4 ft
One year OKI, 1 to 3 feet
One year, 1 to 3 ft
Two years to 4 ft...
Hialop, two years, 3 to 4 1
Flemish Beauty,! year, 2 to 3 ft
iolittie and Golden Cao
Wilson and Green's Proline
Red and White Dutch, White
(.nine and Black Naples
2.00 10.00 80
Tonr attention is called to tho abovo stock, and
: correspondence staiciieo.
C. H. GllEENJIAN.
MitTOjc, Wis., Sept. 1, 18C9.
Hybrid Perpetual Bones are perfectly hard1
need no prttection. are strom? erowers and nugnil
icent bloomers. Weorl'erour immense stock em-
bracinsf over one hundred of the very finest varie-
i lies, i-nce, inciuain? pacKinir.
13 per ICO !
Also a full line of Nursery Stock.
Dingle &, Conard,
i -6m . Chester County. Ten.
Sans Squci Fruit Farm
Hamilton County, OIiJo."
200,000 Ives Seadling Grape Vines.
TIIK GRAPE OP AMERICA.
The Ives has succeeded everywhere Xorta and
soum wcere it lias Deen tried, t (r twenty-nve
years it has annunily yielded a lanre paym crop.
w nen ail otuer varieties mttea ana mildewea, tne
Ives did not: and in lootliues wlten the Catawba
did not ripen, the Ives did. Try the Ives and make
your own wine. All vineyards In our inimedkife
vicinity have yielded this year at the rate of SOO
Uiiuonsof H me per acre, iry a.
Concord, Eentz, Dalaware, Clinton,
Diana. Martha. C3.
For tabl crape we recommend tl:e Snlrm and
F.'inwUui, aa equal to the celebrated European
20O Tarieties of Slravrljerry
Pin ars including all the old and new varieties of
Her Majesty, .
Beile Breton ne.
Triumph de Paris, etc.
Raspberries. Clarke. Philadel-
delphia. 2aomi, Iranconia, iliaml, Sware de
Blackberries. Lawton, Kittat-
Inny, ilissouri 3Tam moth, Wilson, etc
Currant. Gooseberries. Ffars.
j Pears, Apples, Cherries, Ptnmb and Peach Trees,
'ns Plants the Conover
i and other varieties, aud Bheubarb Boots, c
Early IIoe rotatoes. j per
barrel ; $45 for tea barrels ; 85 for 3D barrels ; pi
tor 3d barrels.
Bulbs, Flowers, Shrubs, etc.
For further information or catalogue, apply, en-
I closing stamps, to
I ihn Flaiavinet UaaiAUaB Cav, O.
Successors to B. Z. BUSS J
Bulb andYinter RGVering; Plants 1
For Autumn or 1SG3,
la Qnsntlty, Qua lity and Prices sot to be exceeded
by any other estaCiistuiieut In the country.
Hyacinths, Tulip, Crocns Polyan-1
Ihna Narcissa. FritiUarlos, Ajae-
rnones, GxaJia, Ranoxeulas, Snow
Drop, Japaa lillies, Ta1roaea,
Also a general assortment of
. , Bedding and Ornamental
In their season.
49Seat(t for a Catalogue.
330 3Xalja St
:S:-2m SPEPXG FIELD. JTAS&
OSAGE HEDGE PXAIST5f.
HAEGI3 & SOJIilEH,
Of the Sta ifrHSKHrxs, Qa'ncy. riinols. oC-r
to the trade a larse q'asntity of Osiiice Pipits, rrown
CD rolling land and tuereiwre very uperu-r t those
sTown ou flat land this wet iimn;er. Th-y will be
sold very cheap tor raxi. Thwe deiricn pianM by
the Ko, ujo.i or l.o.w.-tj, will diwea to ojrrespond
with them. w Traiie List now remiv. 47-fm
Onlcli Flovrtr Dalbju .
Our Descriptive Catal.ice ofTnllns. ITvarfnths.
? arcisaus. Crocus. LiUnavUardy Uerbiuwoas Plants.
&tmt!Ts, tw, 13 now ieaJ.v,antl wiii be aiailed on
. je. iriarEZ bro..
4-Jm . 41! Loi.Tist t-treet. .-t. ZIo.
fflfl fr one and t-o year old crnpe v!m
' the It-adLii Virietiesotiiy ullg
In the otwn tmond.
jL'ealera. and taorse Winifrropiani iarri..v, wiu
do well to send for our Sj'Itic I jTi be orr
Spring field Nurzcrla
Small Fru'h in Great - V
In larr" siipp'y, of pop
ular Old anil choice neT
ZWZT of a:1 desirable kintls
LJi.H ., . vl and ci.'iferent sizes, fre
quentiy transput;! ted ia Ix'ursery. A com
plete as.s)rtment of
nej .- t y-irr.rns, vines,
Li!lHh,.wiilriL UUSK-i, OP.EE.V
KG Call Jt L DLN'a PLATa, BULL.-3, Jte.
and other Vegetable Fiacts, ia their season.
o, 1, by tlic ICOjCOOorlillloa.
All the above srrowa wtfj j-rat rare, and especial
reference to the wan W of the Western planters.
Send rbr Catalogues.
AMirea, SIA VZ DrXI CO..
We haa a lar?e and: complete stock of
APPLK. PEACIT. CnF.P.RY, AP
RICOT, OHN'AMEN'T A L AVD
SKATE TKPIKM, EVERiiREKVs,
GRAPii VIM rX S il A LL F R C ITS.
P.G:-jiii &JIIiL'IS3, Jtc, ic ic
Pmpn(ratet and ;mwn br lis at snr Xurery, which
we oiler to pt.-inrers at as low rates as equally jftftmI
stoclc esa bo fomUtied at any er .Nursery in the
We do not boy. hut rai.ie our stock, snd conse
quently can and Jo guaraetee every article aealtny
and tme to nairy
Wt'ivsiBiau orders the same attention that we
Parties favorf nj ns with their orders will plense
(five us prain turectiotw. how. wbere to. by what
route. anl lowborn they wtsa their soota ix)niirnel.
v.urrrp.'uueiii;e wuictea ana iTr.ce jjat sens on
8-6m Qulncy. IH
Toolr the first premium at tho Great Strawberry
howaU-feneva, X. Y.. in Ji:neiast,cj)mnetin?with
WU vanet.es. t.'an allow the iiest reiommend ofunv
berries in the United .-SLate-.
Admitted by ail persons at the Fair in Rochester
in June Utc. to be the riuest bernes ever seen.
1 will send tree by mail, fnr Ji,j0
1 doa Kew h's Favorite,
1 - (roliah.
I Trumpet, and
1 copy (rrapeUrowers' Goidtv
And for j.V' W
1 dot. Keech's Favorite,
1 " 3Jiirs."anl
1 eopv Manual on Grape Growings
For $!. o by ilTBrwss
Concord urape Vines, 2 ysars,
1 Rjxrers 'o. 11,
I Ilebecca. all two years, grown la opan air,
1 Grapa Oxower's Guide.
50-3m fatertoo, Senaca Co.. y. T.
FOR THE THADC
We desire to call the attention of urservrr.en.
Dealers and Plantt-n to the following block, which
will be noid low for cash :
.!.'" apple Trees. SO.OHO Peach Trees.
t$.( u t. i-ear Trees. Io.kki Iwarf Tf ir Trees.
J.t) Ciirr:,at BiiNLms. a.!) fMwei erry Bushes.
iU).(i -rap Vines. 5.i8 Cherry Tn-es.
Jtj.issi .-umir ilapies, small, transplanted.
IO.iHO B-ecb, small, transpiarted.
20.il Blackberries, miwtly of the new varieties.
'JU.i") Karipberries, ail the leading kinds.
5.im. ( -aie Hni Plants.
ow W'hfte Binih. 4 to 7 feet.
And a larire stock of Evenrreens. Roses. Phrabs,
Orna.Tienral Trees. Bulbs, lFvn.), Phlosen. .c.
t'ew WTioiosale 4 Tire List now ready. ?end
stamps for our .Descriptive dtaiosrne of pa?s.
Addn 9S HA KG1S A 1 MJA.
47-tm Star ursene. Uuincy. IiL
S V f5
i C "
Tm: BEST CTJTIIIANT
This Currant is universally admitted to be the
bent in cultivation, it is a strong-. viKornm irrower.
has irreat thiCKness of leaf, whu-h enahi it u.
cesrally to resist the attacks of tbe currant worm
is prouueuve, ana oears very large and. handsome
We have made a specialty of the "Versninos
and now offer aa uoe4iia.W to:k of 1 and 2 year
om uianuv mrcniksers cun r v on rece-vmif tirsf
class plants from as, at the following rates:
' 2 years bid 410 per luo per 10U
1 " S TO
Sample sent bv mall on rece!ct of SO cts.
Versailles cuttinifs, li per ljtl.
5Wm Poczhkeeosie. Jf. T.
GROT7S 13 mSSOXTXlI.
93 Bushel Oaage Seed Planted in 1SC3.
I will bip. Trerf:f pre rai'l. to Phelns. or anv
I other Bailroad jfaiion in iortli itiaaouri.
Good Hedge I3 1 ants.
At per 1 000 next Fail, or $3 next Spring:
Printed directions furnished.
KIR O YXLLZ, JlTO.
Plant Clicico Praita.
OW IS THE TIME TO ORDER.
1 1 I wlU send Cne tjALEil G RAP La br
mall for t ea-h. RoitBrs 4. l-S. 19. at 3oc Mcb. K;tF
tatinoy aad Wil-ion's tur'y blackberries at II rer
doisen. by mail. Clara Kiipberry, ti-M per doa
Philadelphia do. pet aizeo. ail by mail.
I will deliver tie ftjl'.iwnzat E-xprevs ofiii'e. pror-
er'.y packed. the foiitiw.ps prices: Cincord.lrap-s
aud per bun-lred. 1-iaware. iiana, Crevei
wg and Ive's J-eeii; !;." per bundrvj. .-alem
Grapes at fT $Tji) and in) ptr huiidrwh Hirers 4, is,
and l'iat fil per h--:n :-d. Fine Koees at 4-j) Der
dozen. Marsaat 'etl xitce ihr mai ! 7-Tc w:ii.
Addreaa Juhi' CIIARJLTOX.
23-ly PaicheMter. T.
Every Han She-Id have a Fatch.
'It l tlv rruxf '. -Jnrrme rpf-w- f of this dtlicinvi Vr
ry. tmcaco tupnrit'aa.
'.Own rV-rry ejrwi fmxuieniHA tubnimtion at
the. fiir,botifrsiit Us rze 'Uui.'ijtvr." Urand Praine
It it a Utrre, tort" hi, tritr'et. berry . Jlfsh. while. vilH
1 pimant aeut. tTmrie inner.
"li ut Cve best table berry tee ever tfLtlt:iL7 Paxtoa
"It contains norm mrrft-trine mrttter ami tevt ber
Vtn any other xarujy we Savt nr lusted. ' t ;; : nmn
"Ana Utbte berry it is mrialrd t any berry jfrowa I
tn mix uyciuinf. iroouois r-epnouuan.
The bext Uitti berry niJn-'Ui-tl.'' Vv. IL Mann.
" They are very larpe 'iri ritrXftanored." Kanltae
"If is C.yr'hjt ff rjte ventre's eon Uicruce. TSOlUtioB
of Onarg'j Horticnujai .-xcit'ty.
A c r-y cf
: :i v . 1 ; z
""8 bar- i
w't;i ir.aiv r
i . r - ' T If-- ,
- , - - '- ' - 1
Ajp!e. Pear, r--.-PtrWi..fT),
e mi- -v.
All eT3iia. Aii.HH,
in r :
un .-.! r. 7 UK.
JWfc r. .
'e ::;e a,
Dealers ana fIxujte?
to eir sstenslv. and rel:
Fruit Tree Stand.-irt md Z-ri-.
i7raaeTir-i! Trn .-iaj
an4 tie rrvrj
K- iTan .r.,wfo
eituer rOr tin
quests! to (j-va u, 0r
enokatui stamps WuZtZ
Descr-ptivi, rnl,. -lf f s, ,
trie land, w f hur .... .. ' r'"'
it is D b eminenc.y si-cf-M;L;i. I
is nr . vvr. r,4
must supplant thus vrety , I? ;a
e...ae know,,. T: J 7iJ:?l?
best of the -Kumars Hyontlj." w. ? u
"Lje other weil innwtl .iU y f .
burr bunca Ur-- ., .ir.pf. P
Hambonr. of a .-nt ,.f.t -..it .It wvfT!
lt;nne.l. pei-imiy free from hard ,mip. i2
andsPrniJy .win a m.t .n-im"
wmeortaoie: as -ar'v an,f ntlTrir LlwL
the mom nntaworaoiesea.a. ft r - . ;
Takiniraii : mini:- J :..
bam.nes. and ret vw,... .. ... .
iru.:. it is prunouno-i bv taa oi n
havatre,lit.i,.hare no maJlS?A'
merous vartr-ties D.w rwfr,r tn p,:n :C- ti r,-,a
with cjinritlencs recumciend It as ui U i x
Tbe bulic of tie Salem ct-wfe pwl fam 'At.
Bowers into the UaJi.is of 5r.- T r ,i '.
on-Krie. That gentleman ba n trrv, ) a Vjifc
yard, and under ,iaie of Auk 'a. l. vrum
Dbab r-ia: b-we miica picture 'in enetitttlra
to renort mut favorably of uie M.m. ara
perrectly hur!" in every re-w. an.l 4 trnmi virms
oos rrnwer. They nave not sur'-reu irrn iiw wjt.
ter or the tr'-ini summer, e-.-tniruj m;.:ir Tle-a
other van-tir-s Davp been n;.-:,-! ser.i.-11-.ir
I am well sadstlmt w;ta tiiF-ir pmmiii''liat iS-.
fhimith I have Miirtv acrs of ..n-
ti.iet up mu"t of tlie vaatncies ia tr.7 otaer
var'ls .to t.i-m.
Yours fmfv T. I HA TV?.'
station of tn atn. by nurcaaFwnif a is nura
sum:1c of vines for cmiiFvoiHfH.'r'ir. aiid a tu tn
from his lanre v;:)v;M. a are conawiiioi;
abie to oiTr to the p.i cie
Largest and bct stocli of Sales
Vines la tae Ccaalry,
at low rates, to lar and smaU planers.
If we are toenmpeta wfth OHr ra."!ra:a
In Grape rowixiit. we mu.-t piani Ui ian m4
Showy variBt.es t.,o.se wn a unti nearly a; urfwa
the choife fr-!im Kinds in -irr-ariiM-e and u:y.
We offer ail leading varieUcS fbr at
Our circulars contain a cat of the Sainm. tatm.
timoaiais. ent oa a2Lii:a-i,n.
BAPCOCX & CO.,
Salz2I G3apk Ncscrsiis.
ttFrtport y. r
'vy. o y r 7 -o srso-r
1 ! .
yu. J cn year 1 1
o,3 3' 4 U
do 5 Ss
Two years best 10 li- 'ZJ
U O "
I X3T AG 44 CAJrTITI? A V M
Ji A IJJ.
Saccharine Tests for TTine.
At the Nation! Pinvtiar,i Tt fe Wne.
Hammonilsnort. N. its. Isj. tae oro
soxxl u, siut-aar-fie maiter 1 A'u!rr sv-.i
iii7f-fm I' ll. Tins tst ww ma! ith T7 minrtm if
tne Wstiler. mirn-n iiat fro;n. to H ounce l ew.fi A
the other va.re
JJe.it morning the noerntendene. ferk. nnt
of the I-ire'Uirs of trj pieseaiit Valley W i: ta. .
ith vr';-s wbo r)nil:n-i -kii- u-t :ne !j e )
to satisfy tfiFinwlTis of tn mera ot t.i W.t'"'
by aa e-;iuu u-,i. wo-d 1: outicvt of I'm fr-'tn :-)
ame 1 e t.'iat nf tife-1 t:ie i; l :iS
saf'haror'ieter st-nxl at , tne H ter yi.n.t '
HaJ 17 ounces of Uie .J-i.arv an C-ti- r
pre?l emtfciiv bar'l Mil t w ivr.
and centra o-i:'ir arul, lu Liwr
stiol lowerand t.ie m ix pr r.'r'ji.iii, T
tn De! jare. A.i tae (t;ier tif;.rj ru;"i xa
lowr than thoim rnumtniel aive.
There hiul been conbtot m; ps and Utrr.p w-sii.ier
a the se-li(;n w'usre H'-uvr "i; p-'-t-
ors ini-inz at Hmmni!-i-rii.iJ aj.ine-uw-""9"
where then had oeea hot ii;;,e ra.a uu.-imc '.
son dry soil and w-ai;i bK.g u-s;s6af y
perfect nvr-ter.ir'e of T toes.
A conmiitufa es sae .4 LiT-cnn c.:;.'t 1 11-1 f.
Club. In a reeoe of wr. zi, 1-.. orn'"! m '"
Sw Yorlt "enii-Wes;y Tr-?;i.ae it' --t Sta.-
speafeirtif of te oria.ii;-s of u ;t't.'rr.f: "
eonciude the W..rr -i. 1 be riiuuu, rn to
jrrape reirions of tiie ni(j-r A I ..-wis. -; pi. me un
of Lake fcne. Ltt wi-n .?w v ,r. n
iis of wwutti pi-niw-yiv-i.-, iieiivft u
aatlvt grapes are ucc-rrvOi, .y r"; rn"
Letter from Char's H j m of ihe olMrst ru
trlLs tn Lit -lb ite. .
vixstabo potxT, rrrrco.. y.
iuy iJ, i?a
Jjrr. F-rHx r r.rtrut
Clii tsa: Y'wirs of t.ie l-t! I ari In r' l'
ia which ywi as in it I hr. a-i v ..f,;.--jos " "
voo. f?r pufi.-at:on. ir.t Su-i Z j.u ..n-'
in reiat.un t tae cna.rf-U'r of i;ie . u-'rr "-'V-
have nver irwlor-i tiis t-f:f-vr ir a?iu.ie?
vines, or other arcies of nv.jnTi.'.:"n.ani i.,a
not at my vr-til st-ie ( L::n wr it ncituct
rtsona which -em au:"i.iot. i m. I UT
li .jult-r trvtjM w.A rn-H-t t;i Dr".i' i'i.-es wi.or
throuirhoot t.ie eiKiuiry.cauni i rne
la mit U-ca.:;es of liuiny of .u tr,--- -"rs-ond.
hecar.-u. I eun ar from r mon.! hiwtt"
trnj th U .uJrr Ls .h bt-nC Vitrei- I ::v ad
knwie-!ife of. aild I tnin-t I luvno: :!val 'V--kf-
a;l tliat hive bees pfirfii Ti'il. 'i 'a.-: "C '.n-a
a 1 and C!i: bw-k ripn ml'Hnnrl tvid ar-' ra
Proi.iicaa viaevari vin-'-s. Iara (-T.erw.jsi ia
knowuiir thai t.iu Ir'L.i t '-..e T'.':-r r-; --r
" ti rrn the vine htw oitler. eei.iir la )w
fc,7one-th.ra iarFf-r iln it yea's atf--. y
KTuWt WeLJ; -WW Lr'l:t w.' I 3v, -wen It rl"
era! timen berors Har-Zi-rl. RJid I bve a"s'T'Zit
an v niuuew ou its irut or on 1'- nu-ze arM '.fi.i - .
thi-ii winrior h aar iiier r-F-ty. 1
vni.F cm-ni r it is s : nif uf le T iirei
t..'. ,.v . ..f wn nf l.'iee "
ties is qT;;;j .;.-i.rif-i.ilii)i- t ie - :lrr, v:-
aa. n. w':i of h '1 cbars.tr. I havf!-
annually since it rirtt. rs. re. t.x yesrs &. '-ir
in Cutter Co.. Jf. xm low v 1 '
freUa seldom ri-ens. and t.
in Auifus I hae -a it -sacfi
HUH m Pot'tl r: e-i.".
je taree "
1 ru p-":
r-,.. - aaa
veutect a.l Tn-irun fr-t ma'ir lac '
time, but it per'e-'fe-l its tr'i.s ty. ;.e u:
tember. Tiie riins of tm n:eo ."
bave 5s?o and -en. c a. we-re '1-
iHi-e-i-nif tn :.ie l,w vjt. a.i-t
Mtxlena. a"-i in t ie -Iry sjaiev P
Pwiti:eeiiF;e. 1 thin 11 wll -it
vmf-m.1 N-r:.-'rt rti'onr 0-!"lC"V.
whatever o-v of these ooiae e-3 , y
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