The Nursery, No. 106, October, 1875. Vol. XVIII. eBook

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containing descriptions of Hyacinths, Tulips, Lilies, and all Bulbs and Seeds for Fall Planting in the Garden, and for Winter Flowers in the house—­just published and sent free to all.

Address JAMES VICK, Rochester, N.Y.

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The neatest, simplest, cheapest bed and platen press ever made, screw chase, adjustable guage, with ink table and roller, warranted to do good work, and sold for TWO Dollars!  By mail. $2.95.  A miniature printing office—­press, cabinet, cases, two fonts of type, ink, leads, &c., for $5.00!  By mail, $7.25!

Circular free.  Agents wanted.  JOSEPH WATSON, 73 Cornhill, Boston; 53 Murray St., New York.

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==LADIES==, you can have a clear complexion by using ==HARRISON’S PARIAN WHITE== face-powder. It is very beautifying in effect, can be used without detection, and does not rub off. Ask your druggist for it, or send 3-cent stamp for trial sample.  Address HARRISON M’F’G Co. 13 No.  Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

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==The Nursery==

Will be sent, postpaid, by the publisher at the following prices:—­

==Half-Yearly Volumes, $1.00 Yearly Volumes, 1.75==

The magazine was begun in 1867.

The Nursery.


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POSTAGE is included in the above rates.  All magazines are sent postpaid.

A SINGLE NUMBER will be mailed for 15 cents. One sample number will mailed for 10 cents.

VOLUMES begin with January and July.  Subscriptions may commence with any month, but, unless the time is specified, will date from the beginning of the current volume.

BACK NUMBERS can always be supplied. The Magazine commenced January, 1867.

BOUND VOLUMES, each containing the numbers for six months, will be sent by mail, postpaid, for $1.00 per volume; yearly volumes for $1.75.

COVERS, for half-yearly volume, postpaid, 35 cents; covers for yearly volume, 40 cents.

PRICES OF BINDING.—­In the regular half-yearly volume, 40 cents; in one yearly volume (12 Nos. in one), 50 cents.  If the volumes are to be returned by mail, add 14 cents for the half-yearly, and 22 cents for the yearly volume, to pay postage.

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