Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, December 13, 1865, Image 4

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    All matter vr VU Department ihuuld I
aMWt to W. T. PARCEL.
IF.limERS'.CLlB.
The first Saturday in each momh is
the regular day for the meeting of the
Cass county Farmers" Club. Saturday
December 2d there was only seven
members present. Several questions
of interest were introduced for discus
sion. A member proposed that a pe
tition be circulated among the farmers
petitioning the Legislature to pass a
law compelling owners of stock to herd
their etock nights, commencing the 1st
cf September each year. Some of the
reasons advanced in favor of such a
law were that stock commence getting
unruly and break into cornfields in the
fall as soon as the grass begins to get
dry, and should be taken care of to
keep them from learning to break down
and jump fences; and that it would be
a great saving to the farmers, as un
dr the present arrangement thousands
of bushels of corn are destroyed every
year; more than sufficient to pay the
extra expense of herding stock nights.
Farmers will do well to consider the
matter, and try to get a more stringent
law against unruly stock irunninjr at
large in the fall, and especially nights,
when the fields cannot have the pro
tection of a man or boy with a good
dog.
The subject of fencing was also in
troduced. It is a very important sub
ject, and one that interests every good
farmer. There should be more atten
tion given to raising hedges, a a line
fence is a necessity on the prairies
where timber is scarce, as a protec
tion against the severe winds as well
as for protecting the crops from stock
running at large. TheOsage Orange
is undoubtedly the beBt plant " for
hedge ; but this year the seed cannot
be had in any quantity, as the fruit has
failed in Texas and Arkansas, where
it has been obtained heretofore.
The question was asked in the Club
if the Honev Locust could not be used
for fencing, as well as the Osage Or
ange. INoceofthe members present
could say from their own experience
whether it could or not; but nearly
expressed it as their opinion that
all
it
would make
a good fence, but that it
would require
more time loan me
Osage Orange. Any person who has
tried the Honey Locust for a hedge,
will confer a favor by giving their ex
perience in the agricultural department.
of the Herald. The seed could be
procured by gathering it in western
Iowa, tvhere it grows upon nearly ev
ery rnu wUere mere is limber;
pecially along the Missouri river.
es
The President of the Club exhibited
two ears of com that weighed two
pounds, and the shelled corn weighed
one pound ten ounces.
The next meeting of the Club wi
Y on the lait Saturday in December
instead of the first Saturday in Janu
ary.
All persons interested in agriculture
are requested to become members of
the Club, and are invited to attend the
meetings and assist in making them in
teresting and useful. W F-
Fmezisg O-vio If designed to
keep the oni'- ti!1 PriaS th cheapest
and bp- way 13 10 fr"eeze them. To do
,2.1s, select the north-west portion of
some out-building under which the air
does not circulate, spread the onions
about one and a half feet in depth, leav
'ng a vacant spate cf about two feet
from the side of the building; let them
get thoroughly frozen, then cover thern
closely with an old sail, or any cloth to
keep the hay from mixing with them,
and spread the hay two feet or more in
depth above the covering, also pack fine
hay closely between the heap and the
ides of the building. Here let them
remain untouched until the first frost is
entirely out, when they should be spread
at once, well aired and turned often
until thoroughly driad. J.J. II. Greg'
cry.
LIVE TP TO TOt'K IDEAL,
This should be the great aim of the
farmers as of all men. Every one has
in his mind, an ideal of what his farm,
his home and its surroundings should be.
In his quiet, thoughtful moments, he
pictures to himself his farm laid out in
cocvenient fields, his timber lot spring
ing into existence under the stimulants
of fertile soil and genial seasons, his
orchards laden with choice fruits, his
garden filled with the finest vegetables,
his crops rightly chosen for profit and
rotation, -all well tilled and weedless.
He sees a comfortable house comfort
ably furnished in which his family is
happy and contented; and out-baildings
neat in good repair and conveniently
located. In short, his homestead, he
knows, should his ideal be carried out,
would be a little paradise, yielding him
profit and pleasure. And yet to actual
ly realize this ideal how few efforts do
most men put forth, though little by little,
bo v much may te done is three years
that roll on, bringing the end of all vis
ions and of all efforts. Men dream and
delve and drift, leaving no spot on earth
the better, or move the beautiful for their
iviug, no example worthy of imitation.
This need not be, were the attempt
earnestly made to accomplish their own
ideal of farming and of farm life. True
hey may never be able to reach, com
pletely, this ideal, but there is pleasure
its pursuit, when commenced, and
satisfaction in all progress toward it
Action is the simple talisman that se
cures all success. Prarie Farmer.
CABINET SHOP.
EC. BOECK,
Harioff recently built a new and sulta le ihp 00
Main St., PI atts mouth, N. T.,
Wonld respectfully inform the citizens or Cass ad
adjoining counties mat ue uaa iuc ttit.-iiii.ico i
ryiotf on tha
CABINET IZUSEYE3S
In all its branches'
IN THE MOST APPROVED STYLE
1 am prepared to tnrn out the
Cill E A P "E S T
and most durable .
Ofevcry description, erer off-Ted in the Territory.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
jSWPrt;cn1ar attention paid to making and fin
ishing CO F KINS.
All kinds of lumber taken In exchange for work.
Platts'nonth. April 10, 1S65.-
W. MieXELWalT, !. J. SHARP.
LUMBER - YARD.
ITIickelwait & Sharp
Dealers in Pine Lumber. Lath. Shingle. Doors, Sash
Hlinds, Pickets, and tvery Tariety of Cottouwood,
Walnut and Oak Lumber.
Will ke-n constantly on hand Cord wood, both
Cotton and Oak. All oiders promptly filled.
3" OfHx on I.avee Street, south of C. L. Cooper's
Feed and Oram Depot,
PLATTSMOUTII, N. T.
rforembcr 8th 1S65. 6m
CHANCERY SALE
Janes C. Boyden, Comp't,
vs.
r.hoJa Lore, Georgre Lonp, Calvin Seward. Mary
St-wart, Jacob Oib, and Mary dish, defendants.
In pursuance and by virtue of a decretal order
tome diifittd from the office of the Clerk of the
District C r.it of the id Judicial District in and for
Cass county, Nebraska, m;ule in the above entitled
canse, and beanr. e date on the 13th day of December,
l.-?U, being the adjourned October Term of said Court.
I. the subscriber. Master In Chancery for said Court,
will sell at public vendue, for cash, to the hitrbest
and best bidder, in front of tbe Court-Uouse in 1'latU-
niouth, Nebraska, on ! '" -.. .
MrtfAJ, ine.pn ojuectmber.
A. D. 1SC5. at 10 o'clock, A. M.,of said day.thefof-
1 .1-. ..:K.,I rpal pwtiLte. to Wit '.
ah in., -r.in niece or parcel of land situated In
v. .. - ..r '.i an.t Territory of Nebraska, known
and defcr'ibed as follows: The east one-half of the
."...1. nn.ri.r, ,nd tli west one-lialf of the
X .-r f rrti, No. tweiitr-nrne (29)
i fn'mn. rorth of ranre Ifo. fourteen
(U) east of the 6th pri'pal meridian, accoiding to
ih Government snry ' "" Territory together
with all and 8iiiL'Ur '' tenements and appurte-
.fc.... 'Ioni.'inir or in any wise appertain
inn. to be svld a- "'e property of the defendant, above
named to fati.-X decree, the amount of ( which is
hits :t in' interest thereon from the date of said
dei-ree aP-costs of suit and sale.
i 1 ...'.Louth, Nebraska, 14th November, 1S63
V. M. DOKiUNUT
GTON,
Master iu Chancery,
Jjes Sweet, SoL fbrCompl't.
novl St
THE TRIRU1U for 18 Go.
PROSPECTUS.
Tbe Military and Naval f accesses of 1S64, with the
ankniciiiiia result of our l'rexidential eontent. have
lifted a heavy weight from the breasts of the loyal
millions of our countrymen. It ts now felt, even by
those who have been distrustful and faint hearted
that the Coiou is to emerge triumphant from the
deadly strife whereinto she was so wickedly prrcipi
tated by her assailants, and that slavery, her re
lentless foe.i s ti encounter the f ite of Uaman. The
perils of foreign iterveiitiou and of Western insur
rection are safely pawed : Abraham Lix oln, no
longer assailable as a choice of the minority, holds
the helm of Mate for four yoars longer; the rebellion
palpably weakened by its defrata and losses during
the past year with its credit so reduced that its
purse-learer officially declares that its Treasury
notes can oul v be exchanged for com at the rate
twenty-five for one, w hile its bonds command but
six cents on the tlollar-bnt awaits the blow which
shall soon strike the sword from its puracidiil hand
and remit its master spirits to the justice, or it may
be lo the cleni' rcy, of a sorely wronged and justly
icensrd but forbearinc and maeuanimous people
Such are the auspios which justify our faith that the
oresent rear wil see the Mars and strip' s 11 ml un
challenged from every battlement in the U public,
and the perfect law of Liberty for All Immovably no
bed-led in the Constitution of our Union.
The New Cork Tribuxe. founded in 1841, will en
ter upon its twenty-fourth year with quickened
bores and enlarged means of usefulness, its prinm
nles need no re-statement: its aims are the dilf iiion
of Intelligence and the inoculatio of a spirit of Fre
dom aud Humanity. When this tmth shall have
been generally recognized and established as the ba
is of our institutions and poiity, that injustice to th
poorest, the weakest, the most despised, is a fearful
mistake that no community or otato ran alTord to
wrong even its humblest member then will nu
and ba: k once more in the calm sunshine of peace
and prosperity.
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without profit to its proprietors, solely because of th
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le patronized by any who mat desire iu we have
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ts purely nominal; there never before was a time
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The Tribune for so iittle of their own paoducts or
labor as they can by ine lollowing
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Addrtse THE TRIBUNE,
Xritse Do iirgj yewyciit. ,
SEMINARY
FOa THE EDCCATIOX OF
YOUNG LADIES.
Mr. and Mrs. Fbsrloci fx- to inform the tnhab-
tnt of Plattsinouth and Us Ticinuj ia itJ
opened a Seminary for the education of young la-
. . . . . ... T,' ,: v ...
The course or Instruction ineiun-a r-unsu,
taught in first H schools in Europe; French, Mu
sic, (Piano Forte, Guitar and singing) Fancy Work.
Ac. . . . .
MoRic will ho taught as o separate huot 11 r-
l"irl. . . ' u
Ternm (In adanc car c anown or
the residence lately oceopie d by Mr. Fellows
Pianos tuned, and a nupr iy 01 muic iornia,
PUrtsmoutb, Sept. 18, mil.
WM. S. WEST
It soliciting orders for APPLE TRttb
and Dwarf Apples, Pear-'.rees and Dwarf Pears,
Quinces, Peaches, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Cher
ries. Grapes, UooSebernes, cumins, macaueiries.
White Blackberries. Raspberries, Strawberriei and
everything from Big Applet to Little Berries.
ALSO:
Ornamental Trees, Evergreens, Koses of all colors,
Honeysuckles, Lilacs, fsnow balls. Flowering Almond,
and all varieties of Nursery plants desirable in the
latitude of Plaitstnouth, wuicn will oe reaay mr ue
livery on the 1st of April, lc66. sep2i
L. GOLDING,
DIALER IN
HATS &. CAPS,
FDMISH GOODS,
Boots & Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, etc.
Give me a call. I propose going east
in a snorr time to rurcnase gouus, uu
will sell off my present stock at
Extremely Low Figures.
Remember the rlace. One", doer WEST
of the IIekald effice,
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"Un questionably the best sustained
worK oi tne Kinain tne wona "
iiauTkr's
IVew Ifloutlily Magaxinc.
Critical notices of the l'ress.
It is the foiemo.-t Msgaxine of ihe day. The fire
side never had a more delightful companion, nor the
million a more enteri riri.ig frioud, than Hatpi rs
Masasine. Uttfioditt lYotfutunt iDaltiinore.)
The mott popular Mouth!y:.in the world. A". Y.
Observer.
We must refer in terms of eulogy to the high tone
and varied excellences of Harper's Macazine a Jour
nal with a monthly circulation of about 170,000 cop
ies ,m whose ra(,es are to be fonud some or the
cheieest light and genei al reading of the day. We
speak of this work as an evidence of the American
people; and the popularly it has acquired is merit,
ed. Each number contains fully 144 paues of read
ing matter, appropriately illustrated with good wood
cuts; and it combines in itself the racy monthly and
the more philosophical quarterly, bu nded with the
best features i f the daily journal. It has great power
in the disseininat ion f a love of pure literature.
Turner's Ottide to x.uitrican Literature (Loudon.)
The volumes bound constitute of themselves a li
brary of miscellaneous reading, such as cannot be
fouud in the same compa in any other publicat ion
that has come under our notice. Box toil Courier.
SUUSCRIPTONS. 1S6G.
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by which they can supply the Vaguziueaud Weekly
promptly to those wh.. pr-fer to receive their ptriod
icals directly from the office of publication.
The poslacc ou Hari-ei's Magazine is 24 cents a
yer, which must be paid at the subscriber's pott of
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HaaPEB's MaoazlNE, one year. - - - $4.
An extra coj.y of either the Magizine or Weekly
will be supplied gratis for ever' Club cf Five Sub
scribert at 4 each, in one remittance : or six copies
for $20.
Back numbers can be supplied at any time.
A complete tet, now con. pricing Twenty-nine Vol
umes, in net cloth binding, will be ent by expfess,
freight at expense of purchaser, for 23 per volume.
Single volumes, by mail, post paid. $3. Cloth cases
for binding, S3 cents, ov mail, po-t paid.
Addrevt 'HARPER 4 BROTHERS.
J-ai!k:; F vivre, N. Y.
TOOTLE, II
JvIAIN STREET, - -
LARGEST
West of
Wholesale and
HARDWARE,
-AFD-
Clothing of every description.
tVINE$ AND UQUCmS OF ALU KINDS.
Constantly on hand a Large Stock of
BOOTS. AND SHOES,
QUEENSAVARE; IRON, MILS,
WINDOW SASH, DOORS t& GLASS.
Anl every article required by
ETHGRAIVTS.IFREIGEITERS, MIXERS &: FARMERS.
And everybody eke can be supplied at this establishment.
Call and examine our extensive stock.
AT
FIEE PROOF BEICK.
Tootle, Hanna l Co,
Plattsmouth, April 10, 63.
1805. 1805
A3IISON, DOVEY & CO.,
North Side of Main Street,
Have on land the LARGEST STOCK of
QUE ENS WARE, HARDWARE,
BOOTS, SIOES, CLOTHING, &C,
Evr Offered in thxis 3Iarket.
i
LIQUOIS OF ALL KINDS.
In fact, everything :he Farmer, Mechanic, Freighter or Emi-
FLOUR, KCON. CORN, OATS,
(
I
Thankful for past Patonage, -vve hope by strict attention to bus
iness to rrerit a continnance of the same.
Call aid examine our stock.
Platttsrnouth, April 10, 5G5. tf
JCT rtceived.l fSOses coC!iiin(l taches at
AIJ1SON, D(i'tV & Coy.
GO to AMISOX, D0VEY4 CO'S I purchase your
r spring goods. ,
S cii'lless rar Itty cf Ladies' Hesp Good? at
ft. It- a: j.
rft CASES Moltby's Cove Oysters It sale- at
OU t. I. & CO'3.
G
REAT bargains in Ladies' Dres Goods at
il. J'. O. V .7
17 OR fALE at AMI-OX, DoVKYk CO'S, Coffee.
Te a, Sutrar, Golden Syrup, Stuar liou.-e ilo
lass, New York Candies, etc , eto.
A lanre M of Chewinfc' and SmofcK Tob ice for
i. sale at A 1. & CO a.
OALOIL for sale by
A. D. k CO.
r ( BOXES Star Candles fr s-alt- lj
A, D. k CO.
IF yon want to purchate goods at bargain,po to
A. I). A CO
9 BAGS COFFEE just reeeWed hj
- A. D. 4 CO.
Lsrg lot of Choice Tea tt
a. P. A CC-3.
ANNA & CO.,
. -, -- - - a. m
PLA TTo A1U U Tli. Zs.il.
St. Louis.
Retail Dealers in
THE-
Al.arp.- asfortmeut cf men's scid bnv' nothing
for fale by A.D.SCO.
s
HELLED COKN forsareby
A D.i CO.
F,A.cov
AG'OX inl Lrd for sale by
A. I. 4 CO.
VIIKAVY INVOICE of all iinds of Family Gro
ceriid and OulUcing Good- jusl received by
A. I). A CO.
A
LL kia,- iimmg ImplemtiiU for sale by
A. U. A CO.
A
LsTfa'e lot of Two Horse i'lows for sale by
A U. CO.
VN endless varietycf Hardware and Cuttf-iT for
sale at A. U. A CO S.
OaPH, Doom, Shingles, Glas, NaiT of every
lO description for t-ale by .. ). A CO.
VLL kinds of Conn:ry Produce taken in ex.,.irge
for gooils bT A. D. it C.
fl'il enumerate all tbe articled we have for sale
X would fill one ttideof tii Herald, ml oiueti
bave an eood a ri'ht to Jbdvprtisp as -
AMitOX, DOVET & CO.
I T'HE la eeet OutfittiDtf Home north of St. Joseph
D. It TIcT3r.CllAr.
I)ei!r la
Hardware, Cutlery,
IRO.V, MILS, STOVES
1J"D TLYIV.IRE,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
A!so. Aeent for the !.! of tb C'lebrat'i M AC EE
cook asi i;i:a mm, (a-w j
SIGN OF THE BIG PADLOCK,
MAIN STREET,
Bclew the Seymour Home, on oppositt sld,
NEBRASKA CTY, NEB. T-
oc:23
li. FROST Sc Co.,
WHOLESALE
G R O O 3 H 3.
Opposite tho Post 02ct,
NEBRASKA CITV, N. T
tt. HARDING & CO.,
rosr orriCE lcildinu
NEBRASKA CITY,
N.
WnOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALI:3 IX
SCHOOL BOOKS
AND
STATIONERY
Als A"nts for all th principal
M. GAZISES and M: WSPA PER S,
For which Sulneripti or' are received at FuHIMiers'
l'nots.
THOMAS C. CRENSHAW,
IIAMl'rACT UHEB CP AND DKALtll
Saddles and Harness
BRIDLES, COLLARS, ( URRli:
Comb:', Sjur?, Ij'ish?, W'tin,
Main Ft rest,
NEBRASKA CITY, - - N. T.
New Periodical Store !
A. K VM TE c CO.
A fu!! asfirtmect of
SCHOOL KOOKSSy STA TIONER Y
Alira7H u'l hi'J.
Latefl Kdttcrn Payers and Ptricdica's
rici-ht d unily.
JTT-Ail nrl rj i row wily filled. "SA
NEBRASKA CITY - N. T
Apothecaries Hall.
JOHN & C O.,
Cor. Main and 5:!i Sis.,
NEBRASKA CITY,
Dealers in
ITER.
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
I'aints, Oils, Putty and Glass-
Patent Medicines of ;tll kind". T.'itt t ari:el.-s. (.ta
tionery, :iud everyiliin ke t in a brt-cla!,- jii n
More, at E.nlern p:ic s.
We are prepurej to flli ail orders, and warj.mt
our goods to be fie-li. pr. 10 '6 3
CIIAS. VOGT & CO-.
Cor. Main and 5t'a tts.,
NE3RASKA CITY, NEBRASKA,
Dealers in
LEATHER MD IROX,
SADDLE &.SHOE LEATHER,
Saddlers' Hardware
riiKUngs and Tool.1?.
WAGONS, I'LOWS, &c.
(TOrders Promptly attended to.
Drug Store.
Call oo tiie undersigned far
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