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Winter Shelter for Sheet.
Have our friends provided winter
shelter for their sheep? or are they
many of them neglecting it as usual
ant, as usual, not having the best of
luck with their sheep. Depend upon it
nhat the cold in addition to wet. is hurtful.
1'ou will see it more especially in the
spring. Shelter is feed saved, strength
Iept, which would otherwise be lost;
and wool improved by the good condi
tion of the sheep, to say nothing about
one of the most inportant points of all
the lambs which are to follow. A suf
fering sheep will produce a weak lamb.
Among weak lambs there is always
mortality, and a stunt growth in the fu
ture tody of the sheep. A weak, sick
ly lamb, will not make a first-class
sheep, even under good treatment.
Good treatment of sheep is profit all
round and shelter is one of the import
ant points to be attended to. , Build it
and invite the sheep in it, feed them
there; let their salt be there, and the
little titbits they need. Now is a good
time to see to this thing to prepare for
Raising Tkees on the Prairies.
A correspondent of the New York Tri
wuuc anji. iruen n snows or Mows
on the prairie it is bter cold. For
milesthere i3 no shelter. Barns are
few, shelter for cattle are fewer. Sta-
uica me maue or straw. They want
trees. Trees will grow well, In sev
en years, Dunlap, at Champaign, has
raised a nice little forest of silver leaf
maples. Many of them are 2o feet
kih.fePha;nix says if he were going
locornmece lite again, he would plant
pinei for saw logs. Indeed he has
commenced a pine forest of several
acres. Let one look at Samuel Ed
ward's evergreens, and he will see how
they grow. Mr. Galusha also is suc
cessful; so is every one who plants and
properly cultivates. Walnut trees grow
finely, as do most treees. Farmers
should plant trees. If there were no
other way should get up at midnight to
HOW TO TAKE UP TREES. Cue of
the speakers, at a recent meeting of ag
riculturists in New Haven, Conn., gave
the following sensible directions for
taking up trees fornurseries. He said:
v cormous amount oi money is
annually lost to tree purchasers from
rude and unskillful takiug up. Trees
are torn up by the roots, as if the trunk
and branches were the one thing nec-
cessary, and the roots superfluous.
The proper way is to open a trench on
each side of the tree with a common
pade, keeping the edge toward the
tree so as not crosa"a root. These
trenches should be far enough from th
tree to avoid the main roots, and deep
enough to go b;-low all except the tap
root, which may be cut otF. This being
done, the tree may be pulled up with its
FIRE AND TORNADO
We, Thom-s J. Turner, President, nnd D. W. C.
Tanner, Secretary, of the Fire and Tornado Insurance
Company, or Fn-eport, Illinois, lieieby certify that
said Company is possessed of a capital of at let one
hundrod thousand dollar., secured by I;eo on real es
tate worth at cash valuation at lant five times the
amount of said capital, and not encumbered to more
than one fourth of said cash valuation.
I THOS.J. TUKXER, Fres't,
I. W. C TANNER, Sec y
Statk or Illinois, I
Stephenwu County. J ' '
Personally app'ared before me. Clerk of the County
Court of Bteph'-naou county, Tiios. J. Turner and D
W. C. Tiinner, to me known as the I're i lcnt and
Secretary of the t ire and Tornado Insurance Compa
ny, who being fir-t duly sworn according to law, sev
erally depoe and cay that the above certificate sub
scribed to by them re-pectively is true in cubstance
and in fact, a 4 tlnwn by the recjrjsof said Company.
Suhscrib'd and sworn to before me, this 21t day
of August, A. I). IStij. l. II. ISDEKUMJ,
Clerk of Co. Conrt, Stepheusun Co.
To expire on the 31-tof January, litjti.
Iniurtnc Mpurftuent, Ortfv of T?r. Auditor, )
Omaha, N brajkn, Oct. 17tb, r?0j
Wherbas J. T. Campbell, Es.i., Assistant Generai
Agent for the Fire and Tornado Insurance Company,
loiatel at Fteepert, In the .State of Illinois, has tiled
in Uli'oCire a certified copy of "the Acted Incorpora
tion of i-aid Company, together with a written iu
strument under the seal of said Company under oath,
certifying that said Company Is po.-sesed of a capi
tal of at leait One Hundred Thousand Dollars, secur
ed by lien on real e-late worth at cash valuation at
least Five Times t e amount of said capita'., and not
encumbered to more than one-fourth of Baid cash
valuation," in accordance with the r-nuirenieut of
the fourteenth section of a law of the Territory of
Nebiunk.t, entit'ed "An -i4ct in relation to Insurance
ompanies," approvod February loth, lSti4 :
Ther foie, Be it known by these presents. That la
pursuance or tne aioresmd .let, l, William .. liar
vey, Auditor of the Territoty of Nebraska, do hereby
ceriify tnat said Fire & Tornado Insurance Company
has full authority to transact business of Insuraiiee
in the Territory of Kehrabka, under the Laws of tbis
Territory, until the 81st day of January, A. D. lsbu
lu witness whereor 1 have. subscribed my
name and caused the eal of the ..liiditoi's
L. s. otliee to be atlixed, this 11th day of October,
A. U. lsUo.
W. E. H.I R VET,
F. 31. Dor rin ?ton, Ag't,
Established in 112.
A Good, Cheap and xcry Valuable Paper
for li.ccry Man, Woman, ana Vhild
IX CITY, VILLAGE, AND COUNTRY.
Farm, Garden, and Household,
Including a Special Department of Inter
eslmg and Instructive Headtngjvr
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The Agriculturist is a lame periodical of 82 pages
Deauiimny printed, anil tinea wuti p:ain, practical,
reiiaoie original matter, inciuuing Hundreds of beau
tiful and instructive Engravings in every annual
It contains each month a Calender of Operations
to be perform 'd on the farm, in the Orcuird and
titiraf.it. in and around the JJicelling, etc.
The thousands of hints and suggestions given in
every volume are prepared by practical, intelligent
norktutj Jlin, who know what they write about.
The UoHHthuld Dei.ai-tnievt is valuable to evei v
Housokeewr, aBordniii very many useful bints and
directions, calculated to lighten and facilitate in-
nie jjfiHiiimeni ror i nioiren tinl loutti is pre
pared wiin spe iai rare, to lurnish not onlv amuse
ment, but also to iuculcate kuowledae and sound
Terms. The circulation of the American Aar.
cmiurtsi imore tnan j nr,i ; is jo large that it can
iw rnrniob.-d at the low irice of 1 uO a year; four
copies one ear, jj; tea copies one year, lv.'; twenty
jcnii -t e-ivii. .fciuifie c:inis i r ..r,j
JT3"TRY IT A TEAK.
ORANGE JUDD.TcB. asdPbop'r.
21 Fark Row, New York City.
FOR TIIE ECCCATION OF
Mr. and Mrs" Frhloci be(t to inform the tnhab
tants of Platt-vnouth and its vicinity that they have
opened a Semnnary for the education of young la
dies. The course it lns'ructim includes English, a
taught in first idass schools in Europe; French, Mu
sic, (Piano For'e, Guitar nd singing) Fancy Woik.
Mnnic will I--; taught as a separate atndy if re
quired. Terms (in advance) can be known by applying at
the residence Inteiy occupied by Mr. Fellows
Pianos lur.s. and a .rnpply of music for sale.
PUttf mouth. Sept- 15, u;t.
WM. S. WEST
Is soliciting' ordeis for APPLE TREES
and Dwarf At pies. Pear-trees and Dwarf Pears,
Quiuees, l'eacl ts. Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Cher
ries. Grapes, '.looseberr-es. Currants, Blackberries,
White Blackbv-rriej, It.ispberries, strawberries and
everything from Big Apples to Little Harries.
Ornam'ntal T'es, Evergreens, Rnsos or all colors.
Honeysuckles. Lilacs. Siianrballs, Flowering Almond,
and all variet'es of Nmscry plants desirable in the
latitude of Pi:'t:sinouth, which will be ready for de
livery on me ist oi .aum, iroo. sepi
Rabbits in Orchards. I believe I
have found out a protection for my fruit
trees from rabbits, the great destroyers
in wintej. One year ago last winter
there were left in my orchard some
twenty shocks of corn not husked. The
rabbits that winter destroyed many or-
cnards near me, but not a tree of mine
was injured by them. Lnst year 1
planted my orcbard in potatoes and
beans; late in the fall I had set out near
the margin of the orchard, about twelve
J . 1 I M
juus apart, shocks oi corn, ana not a
tree wa9 injured, so I concluded that all
that is neccessary is to feed the rabbits
and feed them is the surest protection.
xellow am vhite toB.v At a
meeting of the Little Fal's (N. Y.)
Farmers' Club, the discussion turned
upon the comparative sweetness and
nutrition nf th different varieties of
corn. Dr. Isham said yellow meal
when old, was apt to he a bitter taste.
Yellow corn com''ne" more oil than
whiie, and wbm the meat wa3 kept
some time, lie abundance of oil had a
tendency to become rancid hence the
bitter taste of the meal.
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Auuress HAJU'r,K& HKOTHfcK.
Franklin Souare, S. Y-
Wahts o.v Cattle. A subscriber
says that hii cow has warts upon her
bag and teats "long and slender,'' and
asks how he can cure them. The warts
can be readily removed with caustic,
lunar or potash. I ive cents worth of
either lunar caustic, or caustic of potash,
will suffice, Keep the caustic in a vial;
take a stick of it, wet the end with wa
ter or spittle, an! rub it on the warts.
Two or three applications, will suffice.
A srArir .V.- ' -c L "eJ"bl1,e" renewed a system f mailing
w w.j vi..wu uu iuc wsusiiii ui urji- I oy wnicn mey oau f npi.y tne jiagazine ana eekiy
ash or it will eat too deep and make a
sore. A. II. Farmer.
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ESfPlant drawf apples and pears in
autumn, but leave stone f run until spring.
JgCoal oil is found L be to a sup
purating wound what water is to an in
flamed it dispels llies and vermin,
sweetens tho wound, antf promotes
promptly to those who prefer to receive their ptriod
icais directly from the office of publication.
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Allures liAiirr.H .v HrtflTTTrne
Fiankh iyure, N.V.
HATS &. CAPS,
Boots 8c Shoes,
Trunks, Yaliscs, etc.
Give me a call. I propose going east
in a short time to purchase poods, and
will sell oil my present stock at
Extremely Low Figures.
Remember the place. One. doer TTEST
of the IURald efhee,
PIATTSHOUTH - - N-T.
Tlie UQdersigned have ojieneJan
In the City of Plattsmouth,
where they have
We are prepared to do as good
work can be fouud in the
country, at as
As any establishment in the
JOSEPH BUTZERIN & CO.
July 1, 1SG5, mf
TOOTLE, HANNA & CO.,
1SIAIN STREET, - - PLATTSMOUTH, N.5T
L A II G E S T
J Vest of St. Mollis.
T II E
N E 13 It A S KA
E L ?,i jj
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
T r stTs iry
Clothing of every description.
WINES AND LIQUORS OF Alt KINDS.
Constantly on hand a Larpe Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, ".
QUEEJOTARE; IKON,.' MILS,
WINDOW SASH, DOORS fc GLASS.
And every article required by
ETIICSRATS, FiJEIGIITEKS, HIIXERS & FARMERS.
And everybody else can be supplied at this establishment.
Call and examine our extensive stock.
Is the place to get
At t'.e , i IT ji-e
ITIEE FJEIOOF BRICK.
Tootle, Ilanna 2c Co.
riattsmouth, April 10, '65.
the no r t i: xm-n
It wa I'rr.nv.-I fr 1.1 ih . . ru ! 11, ,.
the Ku,'li,li ;..! :.vi fiiV ,n-r.'U v , ... ,
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It is (:ivi!i . j i. 'v i-: (,i:iv ( i . i
Hie lil.l'l.i.T, .M..ll-i. l-,,.., . f ,; .
L'rvtlirii, fur lVi.iat- i r.i'.n--a .:. i
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Pyspcpria, Chronic HU-K.-uatX;.
-1; ti- :n. ; i-
ASIISON, DOVEY & CO.,
North Side of ATain Street,
Have on hand the LARGEST STOCK of
To .if.- xl ! . ., ... v.
!! tnu r!. t v. ,i ;, ,, , , .
t':i k, i tu . :i t i:... Ii.
Our FIcb; a-Kl IIoo ;
aic mi'i.j. a.; ', f. j,, i'. , ,
;.'.'.., at A-r.-.vi- i, . i im.
l"rntz I::f.ui,-y to Oirt .'i-c.
V :t II-
The I'tnisr in vt'iny ?;.s.i(7 ;
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, &C,
Ever Offered in this Market.
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything the Farmer, Mechanic, Freighter or Emi
FLOUR, BACON, CORN, OATS, &C.
Thankful for past Patronage, we hope hy strict attention to bus
iness to merit a contmnance of the same.
Call and examine our stock.
Platttsmouth, April 10, 1SG-5. tf
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Fluid Extract .of Buck
AND LET TIIE
KNOW THAT YOU ARE
Alive 8l Stirring.
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Ireiilli i A t!ij ii: K . J :-ri !a of wl.i. li tl..... i: r,
Tli'-y are Ii-ft to t!ic in-in't;i(u all. r a '. -'!
Ciini iiilVii t'--t of tl. !! fi ti. M ill I..- a .!.;?.
sou With t'.nr.; rl f -,rt!i i;i t!10 i.iut. 'l .-..t-.-ry
TIk-.-o r.-ni. .!;:., aro jri j. i,-. , lyjf.T. I; k
li"il, a lri;.'i'it is tvi n v..fi' i x l..n-.- in '
ty, autt we l.tlifV.! Uu-in f. l- ii,;..; i:. :, f:
have n x V "V. a a :i arti-- lacklii!: im n: t t.r!
ith a iitrniau' ut ru n , j.n.1 Mi-, il, i,i, .,;,' .. ;
c rtainly i.rima fa. -j... niil-mv. Jlii Iri: :
Cli'-miml Wan li.iu?, in th i nty i,t X. iv y,.ic. '
not excelleil, II' '(jual.-'l, I y any i i t!i louotry, at.-
e w.iuh I Hilvi iiti r ri' i l.-r, li. viri! in i; tlin tci"
;o give iiiui a ta.ll, a: d j i !,; '. fur tli.j::. lv-
JUST received, 50 caf scs oCanned 1' aclies at Lare assortment of mea' and boy.' clothing
AMISON, DOVEY & CU'3. il. for tale by A. D. tl CO-
(1 O to AM1SOX, DOVEY C0'8 to purchase your O HELLED CORN l'.)r Baieby
T spring goods. , O AD. CO.
VX endless var iety cf Ladies' Drese Goods ist T ACON aud Lard for sale by
A. D.ACO'j. 1) A.D.CO.
'0 CASEd Moltby'S Core Oysters for sale" at HEAVY INVOICE of all in.!s of Family Gro-
A. 1). & CO 3. xV. ceries and Outtitiug (ioods just received by
r , A. 1). A CO.
KEAT bargains in Ladies' DrefsGoodsat . .
W A.U.A- t'O'S. LL kinds of Farming Implements for sale by
1-7vfl SALE at AMltOX, Do VEY 4 CO'S, Coffee, . A. D. t CO.
Te , Suear Golden Syrup, Sugar House Mo- . Lar lot of Two Horse Plows for sale by
lai-rses. New York Candies, etc , etc. 2 " A D it CO
A large lot of Chewing and Sniokiup Tobacco for Ni.nill virii.,f ii-j-h . . T
sale at A. D. 4 CO'S. j . 838 vamtJr f Hardware i nd Cu tleryfor
m , A. Lr . X j ft.
QOALOILforsaleby AD CO S4',H' Do""' OU, and Nai's of everv
O decrij,tion for bale by A. D. A CO. "
.-;A BOXES Star Candles fi.r sale by " "
0J A, D. CO. A LL kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange
XX for goods by A . D. A CO;
IF yon want to purchase goods at a bargain, go to "
A. D. CO r''u enumprate all the articles we have for sale
. : TT - would fill one sideof the Herald, and others
yTC BAOa COFFEE just received by iave as good a right to advertise as
A. D. A Co. AMItON, DOVEY A CO.
k Largo lot of Choice Tea at rpHE largest Outfitting House north r,f .t. Joseph
-tV A. D. i CO'S. Ail A1IISON", DOVEY CO'S.,
N" ebraska Herald,
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