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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1870)
H. TV. fURXAfV Tditr.
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1S70.
riant Trees Fruit and Forest.
,-B IMU lime 3 tlU n cVb U.IUU nuiu
preparations can le made, and plant
ing season will soon, be upon us, we
take occasion to urge upon our people
again the Importance of tree planting.
. Remember, that a year lost in plant
lngtree.' can" never be regained it is
gone forever I. - That trees planted,
and substantially in the ground, go on
of themselves, to grow into dollars and
cents for you, with but little further
care, and no more expense. "We have
!safd so much and spoken so often on
;th uf jett that we scarce can say
-anything 'new ; but merely shall call
attention and urtre action. There is
one point, however, of which we will
now speak. Heretofore we have all
been given too much to planting only
rapidly growing timber; something
from which we could realize quid!,
planting upon the principle that what
we cannot derive all the benefits from
id the present generation, for ourselves,
we will give'but little attention. This
is well enough, perhaps ; at Jefc,
fax as it goes. But we should plant
trees for our children, and our "chil
dren's children to the third and
fSnrfh fPnPration." Heretofore, wej
- graver planted mostly cotton wood,
some soft maple, and fewer still of wal
"rint.' We should plant more of walnut,
, hickory, oak,' chesnut, sugar maple,
' snil' other hard woods vnd valuable
Ifcabers.' Planting of the latter vari
eties will add more than any other to
the value of our lands. True, we may
jJot live to enjoy the uses of these tim
bers ; but by planting them we but do
v 'bur 'doty in providing for those who
rc to come aft us. The hard wood
-timber can' be most advantageously
.cultivated , by planting the seed.
"Vouni" sugar maples and chestnuts,
however, can be successfully trans
planted, with the exercise of care, and
can be purchased at prices which
pl.iqe them within the reach of all.
Acorns, hickory nuts, chestnuts, sugar
maple seed .and walnuts, should be
" gathered as soon as they fall.and either
'planted Immediately, or packed In
and, imoss or damp soil, and kept
damp until time for planting They
ilundd never lepcrviiitcd to dry. Those
of you who can not, from any cause,
purchase and plant youug trees this
spring) do not fail to gather seeds tLJs
ful. , Soft maple seeds ripen and fall
'off In June, and should be gathered
and planted Immediately. They will
grow plants the same season, from a
foot to eighteen: inches iu height. In
this part of the State we know that
great preparations are being made for
planting botn mat ana loresc trees
the present Spring. Let none ideglect
this all Important feature of develop
ing our prairie country.
Central Agricultural Association of
The friends of agriculture, at A6h
land, la Sauhders county, have orga
Hired; themselves under the above
name, and are making extensive pre
parations for the coming season and
Fall, as. we learn from the President,
C. H. Walker, and the Secretary, A.
Deyo. It is a joint stock association
of 25 a share. No cash premiums
are paid at the Fair all dipolmas.
The funds of the Society are used in
the purchase and introduction of Im
proved stock And seeds into the coun
ty. This i the true manner of con
ducting Agricultural societies, and we
hope to see others adopt the feature.
We look for grand results in Saunders
H&ssAchusetts Hortirnltural Society.
We are indebted to E. W. Buswell,
Esq., Secretary, Boston; for copies of
the annual transactions of the Massa
chusetts Horticultural Society for the
year 1SG9. The book Is a good sized
volume of one hundred and sixteen
pages, containing in detail all the
transactions of the Society for the
year, together with reports of com
mittees. C. W. Strong, Esq., Chair
man of the Committee on Fruits, in
Lis report, refers to Nebraska fruits in
the following paragraph :
."We are under obligations to R.
Y, Furnas, Esq., of Brownville,
Ntbraska, November 17, for a fine
collection of apples twenty-five va
rietieswhich gave us an opportunity
cf comparing them with our own pro
ducts. Fameuse was specially fine.
and the rest compared favorably with
our best specimens."
Another evidence that Nebraska U
a fru it ffrou inj S tate.
the useful and heautiful are
admirably combined in the American
Agriculturist for March an advance
copy of which we have before us.
The cover frontispiece gives fine orig
inal sketches in each paper. Ferhaps
the best "cattle piece" ever published
adorns the first Inside page; a Mexican
washing machine is the middle car- j
toon ; and a street scene in China de-i
cribed to life. A medium sized, con
venient dwelling, fully Illustrated and
described, aCbrda many hints to all
who are bullying or improving their
nomes: cuttinc: ud beef, maple suirar
inaking, useful implements, fruits,
ftowera, are the subjects of other en-
gravlnC9 In all between forty and
fiftr. in tliis paper. Terms $1 50 per
year; four copies for $3. Orange Judd
fr Co., Broadway, New York.
Mr. Valentine Livingston, of
Atchison county, Mo., has left in our
cSce an apple for naming. We are
unable to be positive as to name. It
would belong in what Diel would
call class 11 Bosen acpfel Hose Ap
rles order 1. oblong. It is above av
erage Eize ; good flavor ; flesh rather
loose ; Is nearer the " King of Tomp
kins county " tbaa anything else to
which we can compare It.
' r.ca I the advertisements of J. Knox,
Pitt burg, Pa., to be found in this
issue. We vouch for any represent
ation cf Mr. II. We can thow some
f.co groTring clock from his grounds.
It will be seta by "reference to pro
ceedings of Nemaha County Agricul
tural Society, that they oCtr to receive
sixty mere life-memberships at 20
each, provided they are taken and
paid for by the 1st of Jnly next. The
Society now own assets Lb e cash value
of which Is $1,500, and docs not cice a
cent. These sixty additional mem
berships will be invested in improve
ments on the ground, and amounts to
SI. 200. The total cash value of the
Society's property will then be $2,700
Thus it will be seen that an Invest
ment of $20 secures $27 worth of prop
erty, w hich will double the next year.
This, as to a simple investment, to say
nothing of the duty of our people to
make up this additional sum. Next
week we shall say more as to the sub
ject of the coming State Fair and the
duty of our citizens.
Tecumseii, February 16th, 1S70.
Col. R. W. Furnas,
ItearSir: Will you be kind enough
to tell me what method is the best to
pursue with the seed of. the Honey
Locust; that it will grow this year, and
can It I grown profitably in the nur
sery one year and then transplanted.
Also, what is your opinion of it for
cultivating for forest trees.
We have seed here In abundance,
and would plant a few acres of it if I
thoucht it could be grown s pronia-
bly as the cottonwood and maples. I
have plowed this weeK, ana me
exound is in very good condition for
seeding, although the frostis not quite
ii t vpf. hut we have one advan
tage here, In Nebraska, over all other
countries I have seen.that is, when the
frost does go out It does not leave the
ground wet and muddy ; and when it
a out five or six inches we can culti
vate that much very nicely.
Stock is very healthy and all I have
seens wintering well. I think cattle
can be wintered here with one-fourth
the food that is required in New York,
and do better. Yours,
FRANK M, DININNEY.
The seed should be scalded before
planting. If they are fresh this will
cause the greater portion of them to
grow the first season. They can be
grown in the nursery, grow one year,
and then' be transplanted as other
hedge plants, or young timber. We
think it good for timber and hedge.
It is slow growth, but valuable when
grown. It will prove more profitable
in the end than either the Cottonwood
or Maple. Save all the Honey Locust
seed you can get. If you do not want
to use it yourself it will always sell,
and at a good price.
Will be pleased to hear from friend
Dinlnny often. Ed.
To the author, Dr. John A. War
der, Cincinnati, Ohio, wo are indebt
ed for a copy of American Pomology
Apples, published by Orange Judd &
Co., New York. Such works we are
not disposed to "puff," in the ordi
nary acceptation of that term, feeling
that their Importance to the public
are such as to require them to be
spoken of solely on their merits. W
have perused no fruit book with more
pleasure and profit than the one be
fore us. We are among those who
think fruits can and ought tobe class
inea. lne work is a aimcuit one
we are aware, Dr. Warder nas made
this a point in his American Pomolo-
gy, and has succeeded most admirably
Class, order, section and sub-section
are the orders of classification, and
"are based upon the general figure o
the fruit; witli two orders, that are
distinguished by a modification of the
form, causing the fruit to be regular
or irregular, aud angular. The char
acters upon wnicn the classes are
founded, are exemplified by a vertica
section through the length of the axis
of the fruit. Those by which the or
ders are distinguished, are shown by
a tranverse section, made at right an
gles to the axi3, or by holding the
fruit with the blossom end to the eye.
Each of j,hese orders may contain two
sections, characterized by their flavor
as sweet and sour; and each of these
may again be sub-divided into three
sub-sections, that are based upon
color." 'ine illustrations are more
satisfactory than anything we have
We advise every fruit grower to pro
cure a cop3T. it is a uook or over seven
hundred pages, neatly and substan
tially bound, as are all Judd & Co.':
publications. Price by mail $3. Ad
dress Orange Judd & Co., 24-5 Broad
way, New York City.
We have received since our last no
tices, the following catalogues for
Olm Brothers, Successors to B.
K. Bliss, Floricultural gardens, 350
Main street. Springfield, Mass. The
frontispiece is a fine, large lithograph
"plan of a country residence."
Curtis & Cobb. House and
Kitchen Garden Directory, and de
scriptive price list of flower, vegetable
and agricultural seed. Seed, plant
warehouse, SS4 Washington street,
Feree, Batchelder & Co. Illus
trated catalogue of Seeds, 231 Main
street, Springfield, Mass.
H. C. F. B rug maxx. Catalogue
of greenhouse and bedding plants;
nower ana vegetaoie seeas, smau
fruits, &c., Nebraska City.
. Sans Souci Nursery and Fruit
Farm, Plainville, Hamilton- county,
Ohio, eeneral catalogue of email
fruits. Louis Ritz, proprietor.
Charley Mack says he can't wait
for our century-plant to bloom a date
ninety-nine years hence and, there
fore, sends us another larger and older
three years old. This, if it sustains
the reputation of the plant, will bloom
In ninety-seven years. If we own that
plant when it blooms, and Charley is
still in tills region, he ehall superin
tend its exhibition, and the proceeds
shall be expended In planting trees in
and about the school house square.
General Caption, U. B. Commis
sioner of Agriculture, will accept
thanks for copies of the monthly re
port of the Department of Agriculture
for January, 1870.
Annual Jlectlnj yenaha County Agri
cultural Society. .
The an nual meeting of the Nemaha
County Agricultural Society was held
at the counting room of the Nebraxka
Advertiser, Saturday, March 4th,lS70;
twenty-one members present R. W.
Furnas, President, in the chair. The
Secretary, Mr. Minick, being absent,
R. V. Hughes was elected acting Secretary.
On motion of Mr. Tuttle, the bocie
ty proceeded to the election of officers
for the ensuing year, which resuiteG
as follows :
R. W. Furnas, President.
George W. Crow, Vice President. !
H. O. Minick, Re wording Sec'y.
J. Q. A. Smith, Treasurer.
J. L. Colhapp, Corresponding Sec
retary. HOARD OF MANAGERS.
F. A. Tisdel, jr., , II. W. Alderman,
S. W. Kennedy, J. W. Brush, -?
The President announced that he
had tendered the State Board of Ag
riculture the free use of our Fair
Grounds, and that all neccessary ar
rangements to accommodate the State
Fair should be made free of expense
to the Board, provided the State Fair
be held at Brownville in the Fall of
1870, and that the Board had accepted
the proposition, and agreed to hold
the coming Fair in the Nemaha coun
ty Fair Grounds, whereupon the fol
lowing resolutions were unanimously
Resolved, That this Society hereby
ratify and affirm the proposition made
by our President to the State Board of
Agriculture, viz : That the grounds of
the Nemaha County Agricultural So
ciety will be fitted for the use of the
estate Fair free of expense; and that
saia Uoard shall have entire and ex
clusive control of the grounds duriag
Resolved, That we pledge ourselves
that every preparation and arrange
ment for the convenience of the State
Fair shall be made, and our best efforts
used to make it a grand success.
Resolved, That the Board of Mana
gers be, and they are hereby instruct
ed to proceed and enclose the Fair
ground with a good, substantial fence;
erect additional buildings; enlarge
the tract, construct stock pens, and
make such other improvements as
they may deem necessary for the ac
commodation of the State Fair in
Jiesolvcd, That the Board of Mana
gers be, and are hereby, authorized to
increase life membership sixty addi-
ditionai members at ?cU each
Provided, The fee be paid on or be
fore July 1st, 1870.
The Treasurer submitted the follow
ing report, which was adopted :
. 'with " nemau'a col'jfTv agriculturai,
To cash ree'd at gats of Falr.........
" ' booth rent
" " omnibus fees..
To county orders ree'd from county..
, 2T 00
By cash paid labor
$ 79 00
" " premiums
M " lumber...
" " eundriea
$ 4Xi 62
.3 59 8
Balance In treasnrj', cush ...
" " county orders.
$ 315 53
Besolvcd, That these proceedings be
published in the papers of thi3 city.
R. W. FURNAS, Pres't.
R. V. Hughes, Sec'y.
To the Prairie Farmer, Chicago, we
are indebted for a 'copy of the "Prai
rie Farmer's Annual and Agricultural
and Horticultural Advertiser" for
1870. This is a valuable volume con
taining the choice selections and illus
trations from the Farmer for the past
Also, they send us a colored copy of
their fiue lithograph "The Fanner
Pays for All," The annual and plate
are furnished to club subscribers.
Send for circulars. Address Prairiel
Farmer Company. Chicago.
While absent last week, some one
a fair hand we'll warrant, invaded our
sanctum and added to our greenhouse
collection a very fine Zonale gerani
um, just budding into bloom.
OnQof the most perfect and yet
simple rat traps we have ever seen,
was exhibited to us the other day by
the inventor, Wm. L. Starr, of La-
trobe, Johnson county, Nebraska. It
"takes 'em just as well when they are
as when they ain't." sets itself, and
will catch one hundred rats at once.
It is complete, and no mistake.
Speaking from reliable authority,
we take pleasure in calling special at
tention to the advertisement of A. C.
Moore, Esq., breeder of Poland and
China hogs, Canton, Fulton county,
Illinois. Mr. Moore is, perhaps, the
most extensive hog breeder now in
the country. He is breeding this sea
son from one Iiundrcd and forty sowsl
All are kept and arranged so as to be
able to furnish pairs in no wise relat
ed. His stock took the $700 prize at
the St. Louis Fair last Fall.
Douglas County Agricultural Society.
We are pleased to learn, as we do
from L. A. Walker, that the Doug
las County Agricultural Society has
been revived and will hold a Fair this
Fall the week preceding the State
Fair. We hope that every county In
the State will revive or organize soci
eties and hold their Fair the coming
james jjye nas leu on our table a
Pear and an Apple for inspection.
The pear is a fine, large one, but as
yet unfit for use ; is not ripe-green as
when taken from the tree. We are at
a loss for its name. It is about the
size and Bhape of the Vicar of Wake
field. It's keenincr quality is in its
favor, surely. The apple is said topos-
sess two distinct qualities as to flavor
sweet and sour. We are unable to
detect the distinctions. It is, how
ever, a very pleasant little apple, of
fine flavor and texture.
The Westekn Pomologist. Marl
Miller- new and valuable monthly1,
for February, comes to us with a
bran new" " out-fit "has onan
overcoat." The Pomologist is great-
y improved in. quantity and quality
of matter. Dr. J. Stayman, of Leav
enworth, Kansas, is announced as
assistant editor. The number before
us Is profusely illustrated with fruit
and foliage representations. The Po
mologist, as we have before Etated,
hail3 from Des Moines, Iowa, and 13
really our home paper on the subject
of fruit growing. Terms $1.
Eariy settlers In Nebraska will re
member "Joe' Johnson, (formerly of
the Council Bin fa JSvgle,- then ef tha
Crescent City Oracle, and later of the
Bio Virgin Times, Utah.) He favor
us with the following letter. Mr. J -has,
frora .our early knowledge' of
him 1S been a devoted and e at': 'J
siastic horticulturist and -pcrlc:--.
He went out to Utah to fin 1 ..rr 1
ings congenial to his taste. lie prom
isee to write for our columns c ? c n. :
St. Geoftk, UTAK.l . !
February 34, 1S70. - r ;
B. W. Fukxas, Iq., , ;
My old pioneer friend! ' ': ' j
Dear sir .yI have had the pleasure
of reading several Copies. 'of your In
teresting paper, made more valuable
and luminous by your short respite
PJease accept my best wishes and
kindest regards for your . future wel
fare and prosperity." .
I have always a lingering feeling of
kindness, sympathy aud friendship
for those old pioneers and' laborers
who made Nebraska, as well as west
ern Iowa, and, although I have re
turned the quiet of private life,
where I sit beneath my own vine and
fig tree, and enjoying their fruit and
fragrant shade In peace, ' my
my mind often reverts to those earlier
scenes and times in that once wild,
and beautiful frontier region, where
we two, with many others far-seeing,
battled for nroerress for 'Iaw and order
uavwcu iw piugirss, iur iw suu uruci,
now so eminently enjoyed throughout
that region. ;
As there are many claimants for
many honors in regard to early sug
gestions, prediction and action to
wards a Pacific railroad, I may be
pardoned for recording a . historical
fact. in the summer of a. d. 1852,
in company wnn wen. d. iv. uurus,
N. T. Spoor and M. L. Benson,;!
spent several days making prelimi
nary examinations and survey of; a
river crossing and route foraline from
Council Bluffs up the Platte Valley
a report of which, with subsequent
arguments and reasonings for the nor
thern route for a Pacific railroad,
may be found in volumes I, II, III
and IV, of Council L luffs Bugle, i I
then published, and, subsequently, In
the Omaha Arrow, ( the first news
paper puunsiieti in xeorasKai, Wllicn
r , ... . .
I have published a small paper here
( one vol.) but it don't pay. Should
be pleased to give your paper an ex
change If I had it.forl like the Adver
tiser. Perhaps I will by-and-hy, for
I do think of some time starting the
I Utah Pomologist, (always providing
41 Cullom's Bill" don't lick me up. )
I am especially interested In pomola
ogy here, spending most of my time
among the vine9, trees and flowers.
With good wishes,
I am, your friend.
J. E. JOHNSON.
Thft Kansjis Ktnt Fnir will ho hlH
Ub x uri DUUlt lilts car, UUU no eilOriS
win De spared 10 maKe it a grand sue
, , , , . , ... .
As often heretofore said, we
now repeat, we will take
pleasure In receiving and forwarding
orders to any of our advertising pat
TO THE FARMERS
THE REM AH A LAXD DISTRICT!
We keep constantly on hnnrtevervthlns in
the way of Pine lluililin Material you mav
ed. In quantities suthcient to euumv all
demands that may be made: and. inmmlha-
turlns our material from the tree. Prtyliitr noi
intermediate percent., we will Sell as low. If
not lower than any Yard In the west.
K-llbourn, Jenkins &, Co..
12-3m Cor. 4th & Main. Brownville.
Osage Orange Plants.
Thc lareest and finest lot ever, offered In
Nebraska, and for sale low for cash, by ;
H. C. LETT.
Is coming on . '
there are many
things you will find
at Shellenberber Uros.
which are absolute neces
saries, both In family and out , j
door economy. Among the many ' '
' things you will there find, and which
one or the other of our readers will need
and can buy nowhere cheaper, and get as
good an article, are the following: Sausage
urklers and Stuners, Cook and Farior stoves
for Wood or Coal ; a full stock of Table and
rocKei cutlery, from me most ceieoratea
mnnutaeturies; fatentuorn iiusKers;
Post's Patent ClubSkatcs.forGents,
Ladles or Boys; Guns, Pistols,
and fixed and loose Ammu
nition; Fence Wire;
Nails, and Builder's
all kinds ;
Black- . , ,
enter's Tools; ;
Home Washers and t
Wringers; Fairbanks, i
and other Scales; Patent
Hay Knives; Shovels; Fitch
Forks; Spades Axes Wagon and
Carriage Y ood Work ; Haims: Wagon
Springs: Sleigh Runners: Sleigh Bells:
and everything you may want in their line.
Lyons' I'tuent Four u heeled Rotary
Harrow. Wheels t;ree feet In diameter, eleven
teeth each, and rotate continually; are Joined by
cross bars, coupled by reach, and drawn by tongue,
will accomp"sh three or four times the work of the
common harrow on fall plowing or stalk ground.
Does not clog or cbokeupon stalk, stubble, orsoddy
ground; Is equal to two "stalk cvttert" for demolish
ing stalks, aud Is supperior to any sulky plow for
early cultivating of corn. The above is the verdict
of tirnlve of the best farmers of Whiteside county.
Manufactured by the Rock River Plow Co. Send
for circulars and certificates. Address, with stamp,
8xow Bbothkbs, Sterling, Whiteside County, Il
15th Year; 9 Green Houses; 275 Acres devoted
to the business nearly one half of it covered with
No bette- general assortment of Fruits and Orna
mentals to be found in the west. Can (111 dealers'
orders completely. Have an over stock of the fol
lowing: Splendid 2 year old Delawai-e Grape Vines, f 100
One year old Concord, S3 per 1000.
One year old Ives Seedling, $fiO per 1000.
All other varieties at Catalogue prices.
Descriptive Catalogues, Nos. 1 and 2, 10c each.
Chestnut Circular and Trade List free.
. STORKS, HARRISON A CO.
10-Sm Palnesvllle, Lake Co., Ohio.
A large stock of the best varieties
for market or the Private Garden ; handsomely I
grown and healthy. Prices low.
" Edwtx A IX EX", .
New Brnnswick Nnrser e,
Wild Goose Plum.
Originated near Nashville, Tennessee, from a seed
taken from the craw of a wild goose. The original
tree is still living now, near fifty years of age.
The tree la a rapid grower, a sure bearer, and a
long liver. The fruit is s bright red, very large, I
sweet. Juicy and delicious; keeps a long time; bears
transportation weU; and better than all, it is not j
subject to the attacks of curculio. It has proven a
success wherever tried.
Price, 50 cts. to 1. Seeds and scions, S cts. etch, at j
Use Columbia Nurseries, Columbia, Tenn.
W. 9. ItAINET.
AGRIcrLTUIlAE ADYERTI .?I:2IENT3
only, will be inserted oil this pg.
: "; y : terms : "; ':;A-, ;
IEi CKXTS PE LlSK OF STACK. EAC3J IXSElfTION;
Smictax. Notices. 13ctt. jper ltev each insertion.-
" ' " 1
t arila of five lines space, 13 pwresr.
FIUST CLASS Fli UIT TREES!
Grown and Imported
BY J. J. BUTTEUTOX
.-(iT'ZKSL-Standftnl, Half Stnndnrrt-Bush And
'' lwnrf Graft (Hi on Kestrainlne Stocks.' by
which the beat reaulu are obtained, yielding
.. crape at an early period, ind In soiis and tat-
' pev otherwise not favoruble tn this fruit.
PEAR. All the leading kind. Uudurl aud pyra
mid. . :
PFAIL Choice, new sorts, at present scarce. . , i
PKACIJ. On I'lum Stock. .
C.-On Peach Stock. . , .- .
Af'KlCOTS.On IMunt Stock, pyramid and dwarf.
XKCTAKIXKOn Plum Stock, pyramid and dwarf
1'LX'M. On Plum Stock, pyramid and standard .
CllKRR V. Standard and dwarf, very fiue.
ryfsTJVTT. Spanish dwarf, very fine.
riLBJCKT.Umt varieties. . .
?IV.VCA'. Most varieties.'
MULHKRU 1". Most varieties. ' .
CRASS. t)Uectioi! emlracini? 2-1 varieties. j
CURRAXia, AH the choice large sorts. j
Choice and rare Kversireens: Rhododendrons: Flow1-
erlng Shrubbery'; Ornamental Poliaged Plants; j
" Drooping and Fancy Shade Trt'es, grace- t
."jiuliy trained, well suited to mounds and 1
... borders; and Cemetery Evergreens.
jra-Those the better to sustain distant carriage are
kept In pots. ..... . ... .-..
THE t.nXIlftV "XI"nFRTFS.
21-tf i ... . liammbnton, N. J.
' CURTIS & COBB'S
NEW-1 ILLUSTBATED SEED
i ASD . , - . ,
Flower and Kltrhen Gardes Dlrrftorr.
The Seventeenth Annual Edition of our Illustra
ted Seed Catalofrue, and Flower and Kitchen (iar-
den Directory, with price of Seeds,(iladiolusBaibs,
Selected Small Fruits. Ac. Ac, will be sent to all
applicants enclosing Twenty-five Cents, Old
customers suppUed without charpe our catalogue
h(ig been frequent)v pronounced one of the best is-
8ued-rf SvfJV?: ?,e,r?,e2 'V0
CURTIS A COKB, Seedsman and Florists.
M8 WawlilngtonHt..HutoH, Mum.
GRAPE "VINES I
A splendid stock of all valuable varieties, offered
this fall and coming spring, of superior Quality aud
at very reasonaoie prices.
OUR NEW : ' '" '
Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue
containing valuable Information on Grape Culture,
will be mulled to ail applicants enclosing 25 cents.
Price List gratis; orders solicited.
Address ISIDOItE BCSH A CO.
50-novl mchl apK3 ' . Buahburg, Mo.
hit Hun & mum;
Grapes, Strawberries, Raspberries,
Blackbe ;es; Gooseberries,
, . Currujts Asparagus,
. &c, &c, &c.
Notwlthstandlntr the ereat reduction In nrices.
we have continued to grow our stock with the same
I care as rormeny, ana areenaoiea to oner the pi
lent season, one of the largest and best stock:
d to oner the pres
and best stocks of
plants we nave ever otrereL
KZ-OUR DESCRIPTIVE AXP TZLVSTRATED
VA TAL,Oii US Of SMALL PR CITS contains much
valuable Information on Small Pruit Culture, and
win oe seni io an appucanu enclosing 10 cents.
Every Person who fen a Garden shoald
K3-PRICE LIST for Spring of 1870 free, for which
enclose sianjp ior postage. . ..
" ' ' ' J. KNOX.
21-2t - . Box 135, Pittsburgh Pa.
Send for the ErpTimental Fttrm, Stock and Poul
try Journal, containing list of Fancy Fowls, Stock,
Ac, with prices, of all the known valuable Fowls,
bred from pure Imported varieties on the most im
The list comprises Hrahmns, White and Dark
Jtorklngs, tTeveCours, Horedans.La Flech Buff
UOCKtns, Spanlsli Black and W hlte, Seabrisrht Ban
tam, Game. Ac: also, all the best varieties of wheat,
uh, cum, ciover eeu, dec.
iKO. A. DEITZ..
21 tf ' Chambersburg, Frank Co., Pa.
ROSES DY MAIL,.
I JITa wITl aonil luiutnaM anH .nl .r ..1. n.l ,o
S"1 oses, in sixcnoiceKinas, on receipt or -;six
i nones in mi
ree kinds. M; two IUies. all- stromr
uue j car Junius, 01 me nnesr seieciea varieties.
IINOKK & CONRAD.
21 -It Harmony Orov Xursrrle, HVnt trrort. Pa.
THE SURPRISE OATS.
We are now receiving or Jers for our new crop of
mis iiKrti. vniiiuuie new ki:x. which nas again proved
ltseir toe most productive ever grown, yielding i:b
bushels to the acre, weighing 5 pounds to the bush
el; earlier to harvest, and better in every way. as is
nswriej oy nunareus inai raisea mem ln.it year.
duction of the country, nix years in cultivation from
liva seedlings, (a lame yellow oat). Persons dsi-
uiry rt? ciiiuvuieu ironi a wnu oai. a natural urn.
rous of obtaining prime seed are requested to order
early, as we were compelled to disappoint, many
last season who deferred their orders until too Ute.
Full descriptive circulars with tes tiiuonials mailed
iree to au applicants. : - ;
' Price List.
By the barrel, bit
" , " hag of 2 bu. SO lbs, bag included..
one ousiiei, 40 10s..
2 qts. by mail, Postage paid.........
' C. H. VAN OLINDA,
21-tf Sandwich, 111.
A.. C. MOORE,
Producer and Ererdcr of the
POLAND & CHINA HOGS
Canton, Fulton Co., III.
For purity of blood, and being well bred, these
nops are not surpassea d.v any otner nrf eo. i ney
are large and fine, of superior style, and may be re
lied on ; and any one wanting Pigs or Hogs of these
breeds should address me above.
Orders promptly filled to all points, by Express or
Mr. Moore took the fVW Pork Packers Premium
at the st. Louis Fair iu Mm, and also has Just taken
the 700 .Premium at the St. Louis uir, inaa.
. The question is frequently asked : "What makea
or constitute the Poland or China Hog." They
were prouucea irom inree pure ana uisuncl oreeos
of Hops ail of which were imported, namely:
Poland, Blt Spotted China, and Bytieid. They are
of tine bone, but lanre size combining, more emi
nently than any other, the excellencies of both
lartre and small breeds, being docile, very good
feeaers, Dreeflers ana sucRlers, rattening readily at
any age, and yet attaining great weight at maturity.
They sometimes dress M fcs. at from ten to twelve
month old: from eighteen to twenty months old.
5oo to 600 ts ; at full growth they frequently dress I
800 to s. They have long bodies, short let.'s,
broad, straight backs, deep sides, with square,
heavy hams and shoulders, drooping ears, and are
or nne styie generally. - si-aiq :
The demand for Ohrrants i Increasing so rapid 1
that it has become one of the most profitable fruits
grown. Tliey are adapted to so many uses and so
easily grown, that no grower can atiord to be with
The finer varieties are so much superior In every
that it is Ftrange that the old plants are not dug up
and replaced v ith the better kinds.
The VerxallUtitr, Prrtilc tic Anger, Cherry, White
Grape and l"irfora, are the very best varieties to
respect lome common Kinus lounu in every garden
grow, and snouia fe found m every garnen. -
Eor prices of plants see page 10 ol our Prick List
canu enclosing sump tor postage.
tor spring or 1S70, wnicn win te sent to an appu
Pox VS, IWrtntrgn, Pa.
I CHOICE TREES, SHRUBS,
VINES, PLANTS, '
SEEDS AKD DULBS.
I . J I t wholesale or retail.
Our Lists represent the best
Nurseries In nearly every
State inthe Union, hence yon
are almost sure to pet what
you want, If it can be found
anywhere, and at the lowest
- FLOWER PLATES.
BEST .STYLE. Pour samples by
mail for fl. Hound for Nurserymen
and leaiers at a liberal discount.
hlPEO VED COMPO UND
A sure remedy for Grubs, Slugs, Ror
ers.and all Insect Pests,and a valuable
Fertilizer fbr Trees, Plants, Vines, Jfcc.
Two pound cans, with full testimonials
and directions, $1.
Send for Circular, Send for Circular.
EDWARD A. WOOD,
Gexeva, N. V.,
Geneva Nursery Exchange. 17-3m
4,000,000 HEDGE PJL.IXTS,
VERY LOW, '
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Klrksville. Adair County. Missouri.
APPjLE stocks aivd root
McHecry County, Illinois,
Grower of Apple Seedlings, Evergreens, Small
Fruits, Ac Root Grafts of best kind put op to or
der. Orders solicited. Specimens of Marengo, Si
berian Winter Apples, sent on application, with
stamps for prepayment, A Circular on the Siberian
species, 16 pages, sent for 10 eta. Correspondence
Solicited..... Letters answered promptly, with or
without stamps. 16-tf
, ChFt find Best yet OTered.
. - r.i , ; 100,000. v
.' ; Extra CiwArrle Trees, Jn4 a years oM. ;
" v": ; 1 "' 63,eo ; v
Nice, well branched AppIeTrees, at f.TO per ST. !
' . ' ' 40,000
Peach, Tear, Cherry,' Plum, Apricot and AVc
; tariiie Tree. ' .
' Currant andOmeCiitt!iic,: Ku. if. Aih.ltoSft.
B(w, shruba, 1A Treens, Stocks and a largestoclc
of Small Fruit PUnls, Ac, tc..Trade List for
Sprinsr now ready..... Hi r plants were dujr early,
put prvyvsi jf, aiiu are ill me uroi oi trtnimuuit.
- , IlAIililS eS Suliiir.K,
16-tf ; Star "urseriei,Qiirn-,!nts.
HARXXGO WIXTEIt CRAU ;
,VV., OR . .
S I DERI A Iff A P P 'l.
. Address, C. AXDBEWS, .
' Marwjgo, MeHenry Omnty, Illinois,
Ift-tf forCIrcular and Information.
; SPRING OF 1S-JO.
The undersigned can furnish an unlimited num.
ber of well grown
F O IT E S T T II EES
of the most desirable varieties fbr transplanting.
jSFor Particulars and Price List, address '
. TIHa Rldsrc,
PULASKI COC2ITr, ILLINOIS.
APPLE ROOT GRAFTS,
Put np especially for ,
Farmers and Fruit Growers.
APPLE BOOT GRAFTS nut nD In small Quanti
ties, designed especially for Farmers and Fruit
Growers who- wish to grow their Apple Orchards
from the grafts.
Every package will contain a eeneral assortment
of the most approved varieties from Early Hum
mer to .Late V inter put up in the best possible
order, and warranted true to name.
Each package will be accompanied with printed
Instructions for planting and growing Nursery Trees
anu tue wnoie management 01 an urcnara.
, A LARGE OOOD ORCirARD MAY BE
UKOW FORVEKY LITTLE
' WA General assortment of Horserr Stock, at
inuvjwwic ivies, .w rue ior vircuiur.
- D. E PECK A CO.
10-3in . Mcllenry County. Illinois.
A. PRYAXT, JR.
Forest Trees for Grove Planting Granes. Small
; . Elms axd IIaplm of any desired size.
" " . . -
Special attention given to packing.J
. . Shipping facilities unsurpassed.
Stock shinned by either of three comr tlntr lines
iu uuuua, buu outer poiuta in -eorasKa.
SEXD FOR PRICE LIST.
A. BRYANT, JR.,
FOR OUR ORCHARDS & DUMB BRUTES
BEAUTY & ADOR.VIIEA'T
FOR OUR HOMES.
THE REST TREE
FOR EVERGREEN HEDGES. SCREENS.
AND TIMBER BELTS, IS THE
Plants of Red Cedar. In larsre Quantities, at verv
low prices, tjur circular, containing eight nnres.
giving full directions for planting .Evergreens, with
notes on the value of Shelter KHts; Ac,; will be sent
to any person, on the receipt of a three cent postage
stamp to prepay postage. We esiecialiy request
fer of thU
TO SEND FOR A COPY.
lot of one year old Apple
GKOW5 IX WIDE .NURSERY ROWS of best
sorts, at to per law.
at W per luoo.
Long Concord Grape Cuttings,
Also, a large quantity of Transplanted White
Pine and American Arbor Vital, very fine, at low
est living prices.
ijxriy onier ana correspondence solicited.
JOHN M. HUNTER,
12-3m Washington Co. Hlinols.
FOR WESTERN FRUIT GROWERS.
30,000 No. 1, one year Concord Vines, at
$10 per 1000.
No. 2, one year old, at
$25 per 1000.
No. 1, two years old, at
- $30 per 1000.
- No. 1, two year old Delaware, at
$0 per 100.
No. 1, two year old Hartford, at
$15 per 100.
. 50,000 Concord Cuttings, at
. $3 per 1000.
Doolittle's Improved Black Cap Raspberry, at
. $15 per 100.
Mexican Everbearing Strawberry, at
$3 per 100.
Other leading Varieties, at
$3 per 1000.
Early Rose Potatoes the best known at
$3 per Bushel, or $G per Barrel.
II. A. TITUS,
Y EAGER CREEK NURSERY,
Des Uoines, Iowa.
Premium Chester YThlteStYlne
,f .' i
PURE BRED POULTRY.
FINEST IN T II E COUNTRY.
SEND STAMP FOR
DeautlfuHy Illustrated Price
AND DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS.
TIIOS. B. SMITH, V CO.,
NURSERIES AND FRUIT FARM I
WILLOW DALE, CHESTER CO., .
50,000 Peach Trees,
One year old from bod, V to i feet high.
80,000 Apple Trees,
From one to three years old, embracing the most
profitable varieties for family use and Market
Orchards, Including the Celebrated Grime's Golden.
ajso a general line or .th ursery biock, vis :
Pears, Plnms, Apricots, Nectarines,
Quinces, Cherry Trees, Deciduous and
' Evergreen Trees,
Hedge Plants, Grape Vines, and Small Fruita.
. .IUKESTRAW & PYLE,
M-Sm Willow Dale.Chester Co.. Pa.
Grape Tints ana Smaltrrults.
J. J , 1 . .
. NC3SE3Y XlSTA BUSHED tSf LS07. '
A srfen.l'd stx:k of V5n- a&j rianta are offrfd
becomins iprini!. lflciD-ntiif Marty every VMrpty
kuoAvn to be of va.u. 'l"iiiiew and pepuiar Waite
JIAKTIIA, OP. VTllTTi: CONCORD, .
In larsre or small n,nan!IS!p ;
price fl slsrle. ot
cozen-, for strong No. 1
1 plant. rwrnali hsr
desired. Les hy in hundoHi r tiuVusanJL
Also, Arnold's new Hybrids, tunieiia. Vfalt,
Weekawken. t'hristine, Jline, and all valuable
numbers of Rouer' iyhrids; also. Delaware, Ior.a,
Isralla.Concorl. Ivw, Norton"! Viririnia, et, etc,
In all about or.e hundrwi distinct varieties.
Kittatinny Plackbfiries and" (Tarke Raspberries
In Urge qoanlitips, Jurnnda and Charles ixwnin
Strawberries, Dnwiinj Seedlins ioosebenie,
Cherry. Versailles, White Grape, and Black Naples
Setxi stains for Illustrated Catalogue and FtIc
,: - . GEO. W. CAMPBELL,
10-3ra Delaware, Ohio.
Ramsdell IVorway Gats.
The best and most prod table Crtit grown, yielding
more than twice as many bushels per acre as com
mon Oats. The straw is very strong, and rarely
1 lodues or falls down. Our seed is clean and free
from noxious weeds.
One Hashe!, $5. Ten Bushel, $40.
One llnndred Bnshe!, S-'JOd.
7-5m - . Richmond, Ind. '
FOREST TE EES!
SPR1XG OF 1ST0.
The undersigned can furnish an unlimited number
of well grown
of the Btnrt desirable varieties fbr transplanting.
.:.. ' ; . ;
WFot Particulars and Price List, address
LTJFIiXN 5c CHAIN,
PULASKI COUNTY. ILLINOIS.
Trees, Plants and Grape Tines.
. WHOLESALE PRICES FOR
Early Jfay or Richmond Cher-
ry.or Black MorrilloStock.handsomeand
feet, iv),m per lono; 4 to leet, fao.oo per
inn tv. wiTn wan ti.rmwi hwni. .1 a
t w KJoieei, extra one, fJoO.uuper Isju).
CTJ By the 100 af M rates, fbr Cherry !
Two years. Leading List Varieties, 75,000 per M.
Concord Grape Vine9, No. 1,
one year. f35 per luoo: No. 1. two years.
Strong, f per 10OO: X,i two vears. irrnwl ,
s pianw. f-j per iw; Ives, two years, fio
TEB3I3 CASn, OR C. O. D.
iO-Sm Burlington, Iowa,
100 Trees and Plants for $10.
I w-ill send by Express, to any address.
20 A pple Trees, good sorts, different seasons, '
5 Pear Trees.
Si Peach Trees, .
10 Ijiwton Blackberries, ' '
Uit Wilson Strawberries,
J O Concord Grapes,
10 Doolittle Raspberries,
10 Red Dutch Currants,
10 Houghton Goofteherrlpo.
all for f 10; or one half the above for , er doable
vi tc. ah .hi. i iManiM aou irees.
mjr FAC K lyCi PEEE.-.
H. W. TJAVIS.
IO-5" Box 141, Decatur. 111.
uiuiui minsEiiiEs i
, Robert Douglas & Son,
PEAR AND EVERGREEN TREE
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Native Evergreen and Apple Seeds,
Eversrreen and Ornamental T.. .Tt..
one, two and three yan old, suitable lor Ornamen
tal Planting and for Timber. U lv th luraaa
siucn. ner grown in mis country, all raised from
seeds In our own grounds. Consisting moKtlv ot
jsorway spruce, Austrian. Scotch and White Pines.
Balsam ir. Arbor ViUe. Kimnmin r uv-h .-.,-..-
an and American Mountain Ah. tc Tranculant-
rt.t ...-.- . ",. ..7 - . 7 -" 1
ea n,vercreens. one to iwnit tiu.h
uiuruuurR Aipie. iranscennent anrt HyslopCra!
Apple Seedlintcs. Pear and Kvpmrwn 'i.
ibc. The above are all perectlv hardv In N..hrHiri'
ktttuu ivr vhuuiku4.
R. Douglas &. Son,
, W'aukegan, 111.
Plant Choice Prnits,
MOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER.
I will send fine SALEM nnlpw k
man mrsi eacn. Koirers 4. !. i at jk. v..
.iiiii7iiu niwn a uny KiacKDerries at 1 per
i'iz.?5sJL,,nail--c'rlt Raspberry, flM per dos.
m. unuriuiiM uip, tui per norn, ail oy mail.
I will deliver the followinirat Kxnnm
utti.A s ..." . . . r '
Tlie American Clicstnut.
One of the mnMt nmfit.hio Ttmh . n.i r... I
rfn.-ln, Tk. In 1 r?,LlX2 - " i"""
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND TREtt FRO'A
FOUR INCIIKS TO TWO FEET I
niuti, r oil SALE.
fresh seeUUiltC 'n 0n hundred and atl7 oushels
raut with V. .T .. -
ou niui tiir m ur-r. KHimnrrnrv rorar-onna vs
vj crrcas wim ihxi ior collection ou deiiTery.
PRICE of trw nAlrtwl
1 . .. j wbivu wis jiiKv;
4 to nches hlph, 2 per lno, 15 per lono.
8 to 12 Inches hiith, 4 per nw, 30 per lorn.
U to 24 inches high, 8 per 100. Wper lwa
Chestnut Trees bj ItXall.
When the monev Is sent with tl . .t r,A
""'"K raies.wewin send trees by ninil, well packed
in damp moss and oiled paper, pa v the Dnt &nt
tu.i.un wen saic arrival in koou conaitlon:
Price ef Tree bv Mail. 4 to Inchon fin fsntji
per uozen ; ei per i : ier 50 : per H10. 8 to C.
incues,;iperuoz.; ri., jpers; ft per 50; $3 per KXJ.
Trade List of Nursery Stock, free to Dealers' and
M IT nenfl for CTiestnnt ('Ireiitar fnuitn
we refer t First National Bank of this place.
STORRS. HARRISON A CO.
1WA YEAR. 500 ACRFX.
All First Class Stock. In part, as follows :
A ple 1 vr.. 125 : 2 vr.. tm . 2 trr.. aion
Dacaeas OIHenburv, (;rlme,n Traaeendeat
, i jrr., . yr., fii. f llop 1 and 2 yr,
Pe'r, Wwarf-liJOfJI; huatlM.
sr.sra rs. n.n nra - s' cts . ihinmil
Ulispberry Bt Jlinmi ami Doflitflc10r0 f.
Hlackberrv Eitalinv. WilMtn'm Vnrfyt inr .it
u.tx tarn 1 1 jt.txonmewii, including Duchsts ffU
tlfP, TrantceiuUfU, Grime. Stark and Southern
Nursery $lackt-SirU. "IVlUi Goose and Miner
Oaae Oraace Plaatu 11 r In. 10.00015.00
r.tiriirtiH j w v " "nurnueti jiuumiflrimt If or
Maples M.ft or SUifr-lenH, nil tizet. irvlutllntj
,..(... . ...
fcLUO .' HOI. 2 to 4 rf.-tT: 4h,nrt Hi . a a n
Roses aw ioptJrrrfwrt ttoek, l"fl-; luuosimv
:reeaho7 Heddinc and Vecetable Plaars.
r raiyKTiu iitwtrmtei inunpit by moU.fl.
JTB-Send 10 cents for Catalogues.-:.
F. K. PnOENIX,
-tf Bloominirton. nilnolB.
SAI.T CLAIR XERSERIES.
FOR YEAR OF IS70.
As a specialty. I offer tn tha tnut. wir .nit
planters, the best grown stock of Apples now in the
INilint.i. Ova '.1K.MI . . . . j j" . : l ..
j . w.c9 ju,iW mill W BIJl ICTfc ZIlU. WHO
good heads. The varieties consist of the leading
i r't""" stjrvu. ui oe boiu unaer we mantel
to can cusiomers.
TRANSCEND AXT CRABS,
I have of these an extra fln atywlr will h rA
1UW mo 1UVUMDU.
I can furnbh Apple Scions of all the leading and
popular sorts, at per luuu CA8H.
Will Mil dealers seneral axinrtod hills on as fkvor-
aDie terms as any other fcou;e.
For further Information, address -
E. F. BABCOCK.
13-3m Summerfleld, IU.
erly packed.at the followinir orkvc l'nnn,nii:.L I
6 and l iht hnnrtri fi I planters, nnestoca orreniarkaniy tun
? "d.. - ! per hundred sLVrS rrJ.b,b,",.,J Z" '17J M
"'i ?.$ ana fi per hundred. Rogers I V,
and 19 at !i nr hnnrfrf u.ul . ..V '.J Aim, a line large stix k of very 0n
dozen. Tii irv'ii x,i ,k ir,7 ' Tl"1" I ai pie trees. Iribh Junioen W to Jnnibw
AZ: "' ':-:"-" I 1 v.rrru..n f .mull fUS US. S Ji
JUiliX I'HiKLTU.V, " l J ; .1. T.d
.V-l V a.-.. -m B ncilfe. IIILIUU III U1HI1 T TS iiiwr f
ws,uraier, .1, I
I3IPROTC you;; STOCS;
The snecewi that has attended my Toru in t.
Breeflicg. and the sati.st'actn riven for th ,
years. Induces me t continue thebsin- . !,
at rwlucefl Prices owin, to the eer.eraltem
abo.it 1.... embracing 1., Z
sheep, both Bucks and W TUL4 S
the t-.t blowl and peJiree of Vt .Z??1! !
fahtado tock. the ni.t promi,", 1"
ew imported, and bred Hr'-i Si" I
afwk. Th.e nov ori for sale Tr? ll"
"Kammtond" baa iirarr Ll .
ung Gold Drop- j, mooth .h. C'.1.
Which r hMivy and d-nwhir.n
m.v.1ite the fancy of at) waning to ollr.:i,
, -""n at
company every shepp. nicelT rT; Wul e.
rtui peuirrs ami suaicient L-iiar-r.iLT""P-
E.Tpr4, at my risk, at reasonable and .n
orolherw ts If fi-nirable. wn .u.JfT1
anv part of the Vni'.ed stats cr laokn "
All oniers will be filled with l
under my own personal supervision anViTn Fv"
able sati.srctKi given in all ca "u fM.
Pi.rkltwville. YC he of Sprls a
Concord GrepY!n. one rear old ttt'.
Unc. for sale ciiefn in i.,.' . "la,VTT r M
nursery or torwt. s'-ns, nmtr .rw
APPLE ROOT CU1FXI,
Put np In thehnt tnnn. .
; rietiea, on larje rooti A Jdrei W"r
, D. W. KArTFMAX,
. IV Molnea, Joi,
Grapevine, Small Fruit j, aal
Earlj liin? Potatoet.
EU3IEL.X, WALTER, ASS AW A Mrs ETT
and many other kinds at low rates, for rih. i i
u..-,. Huinj iiuiia, oee ana two yean tHi,
WESTCIIESTEH BLACK CAP RASP
BERRY PLANTS, '
f5,00 per doien; 25,00 jwr 100. Tn best RmbW
in the world. . '
E-RLY KINO POTATO.
flXw per pound; Ave
ousnei on application. 1 his Potato slaixK tii j
7 "" . a. ir.w iu iur country ror artiaBu4
quality. Please orUer a few t try theiu.
Send for catalognta, c AJdrew,
Fall River. Bristol Co Una,
uigi:l4.d stocii rxnn,
Middlesex County, Maaa.
Offlce. 196 Stats St., Bsstas.
. WI2JTIIROP W. CHEN EH Y,
Importer and Breeder of
Dutch (ot Holsteln) Cattle, Angora Hon!. T.pk.
; shire Swine. "Lincoln." "Caraman." and "Ttif
orMMonton Flandria" Sheep, i'borouh-i(r4 u4
Trotting Horses. tc.
Catalogues sent by mail on application.
TI3IRER ASD SHELTER!
If von want Windbreaks for roar Uum ud
Orchards, and Shelter for your stipe nJtnpt,
Llant the cheapest and quick t of all Tifnft.r-ih
ombardy Popiar and l.rey Willow. Cuiuntpwro
to grow, I otlr at t-.' per M.
Dutchess Oldenburir Apple andotber run tr
.v orresponaence soiicit
l-2m Bex 141. lierxur.nt
Ira. Ellen H.
uxble in formal Ion respecting
mean or ltpiinir them
m vra, luinan own, ana ine
pure wner other beea a- t
500,C00 Choice Grape Tlne, (
FOR SALE. '
2,000,000 Grape Tines & Car-
Of all the leading varieties. CHEAPER TUi.f
Also.Stawberry. Currants. nKweberry. B!cVier-
ry, Pie Plant, Roses, and other Nursery Stock.
I WILL TAKE GOOD WESTERN LANK
AT CASH VALUE, FOR NURSERY STOCK.
To make short, applicants mturt give a plain to
crlption and price
Da. n. scHROPFrn,
IN THE TRADE.
We offer for sale. Srrine ol 1S70. at the BloomlM-
ton ft rove Nursery, lllooniiiiirion. 111., tooeirs
ties; plenty cf Marshal the " seau"""
and many other trees andlplaats, not sanaed. Wt
wUl sell at the
llvlnz prices. Invltn examltwiioa J mr stoci.
Letters of Inquiry proaiptly anwirfe.
W. P. WILLS & SOX,
19-Za Eloomlngtoa. r.i.
JOHS VAXVEXSILT tSOTHZW.
FERTILIZERS AXD FLASH
t J Faltea Street. Jew Isrk.
OA RJEX A XD rt 0 WER SEEDA
I Choice and reliable, sent by mail, postage
bend for a priced Catalogue.
FLOWER AXD GAXDZX IMPLEMZSTS.
of every Variety
TREES, PLASTS, ROOTS,
19-2t all at very low prttf.
IT TAILED I TEN BwielsHca-
111 T Tiinmt SiUwl In rtrlimlirt fT TfanfT!
Seed to be t!eiiverl at etr"
City. Address, J.
W. PEABMAN. jTj
XURSERY AXD GARDES-
J. R. TULL & S0y,
A very fine lot of Fruit Trees on hn. ""lL-
and three yean old. trp Vines, "yt
Currants, (ttxxwfberrles and straw'wrnt. '"t'u.
. . . - .rnnMn SB. r
i irer a -u '7tif - oOst 19 I"
lies. :Tencrefi."w"." .a
rnal Trees. rJ
werlnc. and G&JJTti !
uuantity ofSfi ''fj":
rtt toiifh. tirnamer;
Roues. Hardv Klowerli
and a very laree uu
sproutlne in the Snrimr. ctmsiitin
i mow .Nnii'w-moriu arm lirmznmo ''".
Bend tor Circuiur and Price List. AC'i"v f
A reneral assortment of ursery Stock, inc
all the leading kinds of
ROSES ON THEIR OWN ROOT.
" OSAGE ORANGE.
DWARF BOX FOR EDGING,
NEW AND CHOICE FLOWEP"7
RASPBERRIES AND BLACKBERKlES-
GESUIX E EARLY E0SE rOTiT0
, at fl ,00 per bushel.
at iJM per buabeL
NE W BR UNS WICK OA TS,
at 75 cenU per busbeL
at S,per susheU ,
Of the Utter 10 pounds produced w r-"
season. Address, .,.
t. b. JKrrs.
To Obtain an
r IleJge WItUaMeaey.
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