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68 HmKrADRBRPHiLADaPHAPA^ RELIABLEFARMSEEDS' \M FIELD, FORAGE AND SILO SEEDS. Price all ..JA1W5E.B Field Seeds subject to market clmiigcs. German, or Golden Millet (Southerngrown). A valuable fodder crop ; 1 bu. to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); b for price. annual hay and l. (50 lbs.), write Broom Corn (Improved Evergreen). Kx clusively grown on account of the color and quality of its brush, which is long, fine and straight, and always green ; grows 7 feet hi^h. Use 6 to 8 quarts to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); bu. (46 lbs.), S3.00 ; 100 lbs., $6.00 White Branching; Dhoura (White Afillo Maize). A valuable forage plant. L'se 4 lo 5 lbs. to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); 10 lbs., 90 cts.; 100 lbs , $8.00. BUCKWHEAT. Sow about the middle of June, broadcast, from 2 to 3 pecks per acre. Japanese. (See cut.) This superior variety is earlier and more prolific and yields double the weight per acre of other grains are nearly twice as large as those of Siiver Hull and of This variety is always in demand, the millers preferring it to ,50 cts.; bu. (18'lbs.), Hungarian Hillet (Panieum Germanicum). An annual forage plant; 1 bu. to acre. Lb., 10 cis. (postpaid, 18 cts ): bu. (48 lbs.), write for price. Egyptian, or East India Pearl ni 1 let (Panieum spicala). Grows from 8 to 10 ft. high ; 3 to 5 lbs. per acre.' Lb., 12 cts. (postpaid, 20 cts.); bu. (50 lbs.), $4.50. Japanese Barnyard flillet (Panieum Crusgalli). An excellent fodder plant; grows 0 lo 8 feet high, and is more tender lhan most lall varieties of Millet. Should be sown between middle of May and end of July, either broadcast or in drills; if broadcast use 12 lbs. lo acre, if drilled, 8 lbs. Can be fed green, cured as hay, or siloed. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts); 10 lbs., 90 cts.; 100 lbs., $7.50. Sorghum, or Early Amber Sugarlane. This is the Sorghum of the North* em States; makes tin finest quality of syrup. The earliest and most productive variety. Height. 1(1 to 12 feet. For ensilage or fodder il possesses good qualities; stock of all kinds relish it. Sow 1 quarts i" chills, or 8 quarts broadcast, to acre. Per lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, IS cts.); bu. (56 lbs.), $3.7r,; 100 lbs., $6.1)0. Johnson Grass, or Sorghum Halepense. A valuable Southern fodder plan', growing 30 inches or more in height; hardy in New leisey. Per lb., loets. (postpaid, 23 cts.); bu. (25 lbs.), $2.75 ; 100 lbs., $10.00. Yellow Lupin (Lupinus Lutein). Botanically related to the peas, but less hardy. Sow May to July, 2 to 3 bushels to acre. Useful for green manuring. Lb., 15 cts. (postpaid, 23 cts.); per bu. of 60 lbs., $4.75; 100 lbs., $7.00. Flax. When grown for seed, sow 1 bushel per acre; if fibre is wanted, sow at the rate of 2 to 3 bushels. The soil should be well cultivated. Lb., 10 cts. {postpaid, 18 cts.); peck, 90 cts.: bu., $3.26. Mammoth .sorts. Tin finer color. any other s irts, $1.50. as il makes the finest flour Peck SIXFLOWER, Mammoth Russian. An excellent and cheap food for fowls that fartn ers should plant, if only for feeding chickens. It is enormously productive of seed, as the heads grow to a large size. It can be planted any time from early spring until ihe end of June. Plant 4 quarts to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaic'l, 18 cts.); peck, 45 cts.; bu. (25 lbs.), $1.60; 100 lbs., $6 00. BIRD SEEDS. Prices variable. If wanted by mail, add 8 cts. per lb. for postage. Canary. Lb., 10 cts.; _ peck, 50 cts.; peck, 85 cts.; bu. (60 lbs), $3 00. Hemp. Lb., 10 cts.; X peck, 30 cts.; peck, 60 cts.; bu. (40 lbs.), $2.0*0. French Bird Hillet. Lb., 15 cts.; X peck, 70 cts.; peck, $1.25. German Rape. Lb., 10 cts.; X peck, 50 cts.; peck. 85 cts.; bu. (50 lbs.),  3 25. Vetches for Pigeons. Lb., 10 cts.; peck, 85 cts.; bu. (60 lbs.), $3.00. Mixed Bird Seed. Lb., lOcts.; _ peck, 55 cis.; peck, 90cts.; bu. (60 lbs.), $3 50. Lettuce. (>/.. 5 cis.; lb., 25 cis.  Maw. Lb., 20 cts. LInhulled Rice. Lb., 15 cts.; _ peck, 60 cts.; peck, $1.00. Sunflower. Lb., lOcts.; X peck, 30cts.; peck,50 cts.; bu. (26 lbs), $1.60. DREER'S (Jit VSSKS AND CLOVERS. A valuable book on the subject of these important crops. Will prove of great interest to everyone entjasred in farming. Price. 25 cts., postpaid. tteOjlr GOLDKN MlI.LKT.
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Transcript  68 HmKrADRBRPHiLADaPHAPA^ RELIABLEFARMSEEDS' \M FIELD, FORAGE AND SILO SEEDS. Price all ..JA1W5E.B Field Seeds subject to market clmiigcs. German, or Golden Millet (Southerngrown). A valuable fodder crop ; 1 bu. to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); b for price. annual hay and l. (50 lbs.), write Broom Corn (Improved Evergreen). Kx clusively grown on account of the color and quality of its brush, which is long, fine and straight, and always green ; grows 7 feet hi^h. Use 6 to 8 quarts to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); bu. (46 lbs.), S3.00 ; 100 lbs., $6.00 White Branching; Dhoura (White Afillo Maize). A valuable forage plant. L'se 4 lo 5 lbs. to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts.); 10 lbs., 90 cts.; 100 lbs , $8.00. BUCKWHEAT. Sow about the middle of June, broadcast, from 2 to 3 pecks per acre. Japanese. (See cut.) This superior variety is earlier and more prolific and yields double the weight per acre of other grains are nearly twice as large as those of Siiver Hull and of This variety is always in demand, the millers preferring it to ,50 cts.; bu. (18'lbs.), Hungarian Hillet (Panieum Germanicum). An annual forage plant; 1 bu. to acre. Lb., 10 cis. (postpaid, 18 cts ): bu. (48 lbs.), write for price. Egyptian, or East India Pearl ni 1 let (Panieum spicala). Grows from 8 to 10 ft. high ; 3 to 5 lbs. per acre.' Lb., 12 cts. (postpaid, 20 cts.); bu. (50 lbs.), $4.50. Japanese Barnyard flillet (Panieum Crusgalli). An excellent fodder plant; grows 0 lo 8 feet high, and is more tender lhan most lall varieties of Millet. Should be sown between middle of May and end of July, either broadcast or in drills; if broadcast use 12 lbs. lo acre, if drilled, 8 lbs. Can be fed green, cured as hay, or siloed. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, 18 cts); 10 lbs., 90 cts.; 100 lbs., $7.50. Sorghum, or Early Amber Sugarlane. This is the Sorghum of the North* em States; makes tin finest quality of syrup. The earliest and most productive variety. Height. 1(1 to 12 feet. For ensilage or fodder il possesses good qualities; stock of all kinds relish it. Sow 1 quarts i" chills, or 8 quarts broadcast, to acre. Per lb., 10 cts. (postpaid, IS cts.); bu. (56 lbs.), $3.7r,; 100 lbs., $6.1)0. Johnson Grass, or Sorghum Halepense. A valuable Southern fodder plan', growing 30 inches or more in height; hardy in New leisey. Per lb., loets. (postpaid, 23 cts.); bu. (25 lbs.), $2.75 ; 100 lbs., $10.00. Yellow Lupin (Lupinus Lutein). Botanically related to the peas, but less hardy. Sow May to July, 2 to 3 bushels to acre. Useful for green manuring. Lb., 15 cts. (postpaid, 23 cts.); per bu. of 60 lbs., $4.75; 100 lbs., $7.00. Flax. When grown for seed, sow 1 bushel per acre; if fibre is wanted, sow at the rate of 2 to 3 bushels. The soil should be well cultivated. Lb., 10 cts. {postpaid, 18 cts.); peck, 90 cts.: bu., $3.26. Mammoth .sorts. Tin finer color. any other s irts, $1.50. as il makes the finest flour Peck SIXFLOWER, Mammoth Russian. An excellent and cheap food for fowls that fartn ers should plant, if only for feeding chickens. It is enormously productive of seed, as the heads grow to a large size. It can be planted any time from early spring until ihe end of June. Plant 4 quarts to acre. Lb., 10 cts. (postpaic'l, 18 cts.); peck, 45 cts.; bu. (25 lbs.), $1.60; 100 lbs., $6 00. BIRD SEEDS. Prices variable. If wanted by mail, add 8 cts. per lb. for postage. Canary. Lb., 10 cts.; _ peck, 50 cts.; peck, 85 cts.; bu. (60 lbs), $3 00. Hemp. Lb., 10 cts.; X peck, 30 cts.; peck, 60 cts.; bu. (40 lbs.), $2.0*0. French Bird Hillet. Lb., 15 cts.; X peck, 70 cts.; peck, $1.25. German Rape. Lb., 10 cts.; X peck, 50 cts.; peck. 85 cts.; bu. (50 lbs.),  3 25. Vetches for Pigeons. Lb., 10 cts.; peck, 85 cts.; bu. (60 lbs.), $3.00. Mixed Bird Seed. Lb., lOcts.; _ peck, 55 cis.; peck, 90cts.; bu. (60 lbs.), $3 50. Lettuce. (>/.. 5 cis.; lb., 25 cis.  Maw. Lb., 20 cts. LInhulled Rice. Lb., 15 cts.; _ peck, 60 cts.; peck, $1.00. Sunflower. Lb., lOcts.; X peck, 30cts.; peck,50 cts.; bu. (26 lbs), $1.60. DREER'S (Jit VSSKS AND CLOVERS. A valuable book on the subject of these important crops. Will prove of great interest to everyone entjasred in farming. Price. 25 cts., postpaid. tteOjlr GOLDKN MlI.LKT. 
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