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TUUiiSLUV. OCT. 9. 1873."
J. A, MACM ITRPJI Y. . , . . ... .Kr.iTon.
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.Agricultural note and short artirlr) detailing 1,1 e oevotion lO all CBlSSes Of the peo-
The great tfrlwsished opposition bav
ins bccrl tinabie id rlf isteri tKorfwpivpq
anywhere in tho United States, as yet,
we hereby christen tlieni The Nothadi:
It is approprkits in two ways; Cist;
they aro harmless and pretend great
affection for all mankind. Being
no(t) mad trill account for their exees-
larmer' experience rmrticnlajl
w Jo not rvjtil anonymous li'ttt-rt s.tid com
tnuiileatlon. The name. atd address of the
writer arc in all exsc-s Indispensable liJt a guar
antee of good tall U.
" ' '
A Splendid Chance.
. "we whl send the IIekald and beiiiorest's
llonthly, which $3.00 lor one year, to any pcr
on ho pay s us i?3..'-e.
la addition to Ixith Periodicals at tlie price
tunned, a choice from a li-t of extraordinary
l'rcmluntM Is irlvtn to each subscriber to Pcino
est' Monthly. Anion;; these are a fine pair of
Chroma Pictures (Falls of Xi;iara and Voseui
Icc Falls worth $10 ; or a good Stereoscope
villi a series of vieivt ; beside numerous: other
.Valuable premiums worth from two to ten del
The best hoys' and girls' majrllno, and the
5uiiuka IlEli.MDnt greatly reduced rate.
y'e '-nil the jsKi:KA.KA IfKitw.n and
1h.jaoui.it'h Yovsn AMKitrrA. w hleh N Jfl .(to
for one year, to any pursoii who pays .i.on.
XVrnorefiN Voting Aineriea Is always sparkling
wUiient- rtaliiing Slor'n-s, 1'oeins. JIusic, l'uz
zies, James, TraveN, snd other pleasa:it features
I profusely Hhistrated, and cannot fail to amuse
Untiiiot, elevate, and assist to make the live?
of youthful Americana useful, truthfai ii.tl
Tns XtnuASKA II1"rAld and the OMAriA
Ilr.et'iLi;AX, to one address ?3.o per year.
Republican County Ticket.
pie. The dictionary meanhiirof the
term is "One who lead a wandering,
and pastoral life." or, via "Webster:
-Roaming from pasture to pasture." and
that is precisely what they are doing.
The name suggested itself to us dur
ing our ride through Cass county late
ly ; we found so many of them roaming
from pasture to pasture: talking short
horn and merino, timothy seed and blue
grass. Xomads they are, and Xomads
they'll be, until after election, and then
we wo'nt answer for their beirig no(t)
, v- '
JTor Con nly Chrk.
DAXIKL W. McKIXXON.
For Co tut 'j 7'rta.frirr.
MAIITIX B. CUTLER.
For Probate Jtuljet
rr. Hi r'LLisox.
WIT.T.T AM YOUXQ.
DR. F. B. KEED,
Bupt. Pub. Instruction,
For Co. Commissioner,
1ARCUS L. WHITE.
. The Herald ought to be entitled to
great praise all over the land, as it has
invented and given the guerillas an
aboriginal and exhaustive cognomen,
and that is more than their whole par
ty has been abie to do heretofore, in
any state in the Union. The tried in
Ohio, Xew York, Maine and Pennsyl
vania, and got all sorts of long winded
nonentities, Mich as Lib-Dem. Lib-Re
publican, Libs., Progressives, conserv
atives, Anti-Monoioly, and Ilay-seed-
Jingade. In no state could they all
agree upon a name or a programme.
People's party was a favorite in many
places, but as it was a plain lie, and
carried no strength, their shrewdest
men eschewed it. Xomad hits their
half looney, semi-affectionate natures,
and erratic pastoral instincts exactly,
and is unique.
Dcmorest's Youivj America, with
all its useful, interesting and piquancy
of material for the young folks, is now
ready for October. Youny A me rim
for 1874 is to be furnished at SI, with
a valuable premium to each subscri
ber. This will be good news to the
juveniles. Address "W. Jennings
Demorest, 8:J8 Broadway, X.. Y.
It Ls paying a high compliment to
Timothy Clarke, a farmer, and Lyman
James, a farmer, to insinuate that they
are mere dummies and that Mr. "White,
if elected, will oret'ride their wishes,
and all by himwdf build a Court House:
or any other kind of a house, with the
pc'bp'le'a money, without their consent!
I arlners of Cites, do j bu really think so
meanly of your bfothbr farmers as to
suppose o.ie man can buy; coiiquor, or
overawe two, and drj as he pleases about
Of the Republican party were made in
open convention, with a full attendance ;
and no man's mouth or tongue was j
muzzled. If there was any valid objec
tion to any of them, or any objection
on the ground of locality, then and there
was the time and place to make it
known. "We think the
exceptionally good men and there can
tc no excuse for any true Republican
lolting his ticket on the ground of
fraud, bad men, or that it is not harmo
ny with the farmers, as it is with one
exception, a farmer's ticket.
The Nomads make a great blow about
the oflice coming to the man. not the
man to the office. We notice that their
candidates are out working about as
hard as any" body, and seem to think a
good deal of boasting on their part is
npppwirrt.w.w 1 i4i1"1 1"" ruin mm; uencnt
necessary to elect them. If the iK'ople i tii.... 1,,,.i, . , .
w:,nt rn . ..... 1 IttinOUtli JOU put MWIPV in h)S
...... inry ttiu jii 5i ;il i 1. l. t
ti ' " fora''t that he would not
The impudence of the leaders of the
false anti-monopoly outfit, calling it
the "People's Party," and pretending to
represent the real people of C;iss Coun
ty, is only excelled by the ignorance of
the men who allow themselves to be
led into a bare trap like that without
even a decent bait in it. To show the
utter foolishness of such a claim it is
only necessary to call attention to the
fact that their mass meeting did not
number as many people as our delegate
meeting by half, and many of them
filled the house from pheer curiosity,
and were not in sympathy with the
movement. The falsity and impudence
of this claim will be further "shown by
looking over the names of the men of
this county who will vote the straight
Republican ticket this fall and who
may jnissibly think they are some of
the people of Cass County.
A well known Democrat and a lar2e
probi ty holder stated at "Weeping "Wa
ter, an the day the m asses met. that
M. L. "White, if elected, would do all
he could for Plattsmouth, and build a
Court House there, with lots mere of
.Nomad gas. Look for r moment at
the absurdity of the thir.g. Said Dem
ocrat has all his property and nearly all
his wealth in Plattsmouth; ruin Platts
mouth, and you ruin him: benefit
hopes and works for tho elevation and
permanence of the Grange which lias
honored him by placing hitil at its head
in this State, he would have remem
bered that Republican Grangers as
well as Democratic and Liberal Grang
ers placed him there and acknowledged
him as Master and Chief, and a delicate
courtesy, a fine sense of hotior should j
nave prevented him from placing Re
publican Grangers in so unpleasant a
predicament as having to vwte against
him will place them. During the can- J
Vassit will very likely occur that mem- j
bers of Granges; in the heat of debate J
or talk about politics, would fall out !
and dissentiuhs arise, charges, even,
might be, and soJhe haVc ben, brought
against members, arising fioni - politi
cal feeling, ami in all these cases the
! Master would become, perchance, the
arbitrator between right and wrong,
between man and man. How import
ant then that he be unbiassed, unpre
judiced, to council, to advise, or to
judge honestly and fairly. A political
candidate in the very campaign from
which may arise these difficulties can
hardly hope to perform any of these
functions and not be accused of parti
More, his party (and he should have
known no party) are using his name
and his influence to their utmost to
carry their ticket; are announcing it as
the Grange ticket, and coaxing and beg
Eight inches of snow
at Kingston, X. Y.
If Enos lierger has ho property in
his own name, how much has he made
and given to his boys in this county?
Short Horn Jimmy made a speech
but at Eight Mile Grove to tell tho dif
ference between himself and a Texas
long horn running "agin" him.
BeYgef kept a distillery sixteen years
agn. i the latest charge of the pure
and virtuous opposition; Well, if he
Sid, we venture Democrats and blatent
tore heads drank the whiskev.
them beforehand, will alter their onin
We know of our own knowledge
that Mr. Geo. Seybolt cannot afford to
leave the position lie hoW occupies to
take, any place that could be offered
hirn in the County Treasurer's olTSee,
and the canai'd that because he happens
to be the candidate's son-in-law he is
going t'J.leare a go(d berth and better
wages to ac'Cept a deputy Treasurer
ship here, is about woi thy of the brains
and intellect of the leaders of the Xo
mads. THE "MODOC'S
Were executed on Friday last. Four
only suffered the penalty, two of the
condemned, Barncho and Slatux,
having U-en reprieved and sentenced
to imprisonment, on the ground that
they were only as private soldiers act
ting under Captain Jack's orders.
vote for M. L. White from "early morn
till dewy eve," if he really thought Mr.
White could or would do that? You
bet he would. It is only because they
know that M. L. White will do what is
best and right for the whole county and
that thpy cannot buy, scare nor hum
bug him that they want a weaker tind
more pliable man there. Meanwhile
the Court House scare does first rate
for an electioneering dodge. They are
Xoftimad enough to vote again." t their
own interest, and would vote for M. L.
White at once, could they be sure he
would help them as they wish.
Dr. Kenaston, of Stove Creek, con
sidered one of the wheel-horses of the
"People's Move"(?; refuses to go it
blind any longer and Announces him
self as a straiirlit-out lie nurilim -in.1 I
says he will vote an unscratched Re
publican ticket on the day of election.
ging votes for it on that account. Xo
matter whether Brother Porter con
sents to this or not, they are doing it.
and he must have known thev would
use his name thus. . All partisan feel
ings aside, man to man; and face to face
worthy and honorable (in all else), state
Master of Xebraska, do you think tlii3
just fair and square dealing with your
Republican friends and Grangers in this
State, who helped place you where you
are? and does your own conscience hold
you so clear and void of offence that
3-ou can honestly blame the Editor of
the Herald, who has the interest of
the Grangers as much at heart as you
possibly can have, for fairly and openly
dissenting from your course? not as a
partisan, but in the interest of the
Grange, and because he thinks its vital
interests are at stake in this matter.
The October number of Dc-moresfn
Monthly MayaziMb is fully equal to its
usual excellence, including entertain
ing stories, fashions and household and
other matters. The extraonlin.irv
oiTer Demorest is making to his sub
scribers, of the largest, best and most
popular oil chromos "The Old Oaken
Bucket," "Captive Child," "Home,
Sweet Home," all three by Jerome
Thompson, and "After the Sirorm," by
Dellass, as a premium to each Yearlv
Subscriber, at S3 each, is truly won
derful. See tho October number for full
particulars in regard to these .splendid
prizes, or address W. Jennings Demor
est, 633 Broadway, X. Y.
"he Philadelphia (Pa.) North Ameri
can has a good word for General
General Butler finds goe'd reasons
for severing Ids party relations be
cause his party h;w seen lit to select
another man as a candidate. His ego
tism and he is not deficient on that
score is not of that Vulgar sort which
exalts personal ambition above party
unity. Xo livini? man in so npeenrv
to the Republican party that his defec
tion would involve its ruin. It has
had the fortune or misfortune to lose
some of its most active and influential
members, and yet it lives and is in a
flourishing condition. It could spare
Others, probably, and still carry for
ward its victorious banners. But we
mat be glad that "it is n..t to 1
General Butler, and not altogether sor
ry that he rises superior to fortune
that might have alienated the aliegi-
ance ot men whom Massachusetts
Republicans rather delight to honor.
Defeat has once more proved that he
counts party unity above personal
considerations, and the moral effect
will be of incalculable benefit.
To show just how this persistant
hauling political . matters into the
Grange will work, we quote from a.
corespondent of the St Louis Democrat
the opinion of an old farmer and
Granger down in that Region:
rAMPK'-T2 ZZtiT CM DEMAND AT ST.
r"!lf ar...ri :t -;- - . , ...
OLD Flliil REVIVED.
L. liltOM & CO.
TTsve re-opened ther
In riattsmouth oiin? more, arid now offer to
our citizens, and the trade,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c,
at the lowest wholesale aftd retail prices.
( a.Iandsee them before pureh:i.-iiig else
JLLII S VEITEKIiKlM!,
"Do you think the old party will suc
ceed ?" I asked,
"I wouldn't wonder. They ar
spending lots of money. That comes
hard on the fanners, too. The question
in my mind is, if we hadn't better put
that money on our taxes, for it's a
chance if we will be any better off
should the party succeed."
"What makes you think that?"
"You see, while the masses of the
people are honest in their endeavors
to do away with abuses, there is danger
oi tne woik or reiorm tailing into
unclean hands. As far" as niy observa
tion goes the prime movers of the
party are dissatisfied lit pull nans and
Demoivat that have failed to get
office. I am afraid the party will only
A BI GKAB GAME
of the offieorseekers. Wherever you
see a oouuty with a Republican ma
jority the Democrats join with tho
grangers, and where the Republicans
are in the minority tiny run with the
grangers. In my county, for instance,
there is a large Republican majority,
and one man, who is a persistent office
seeker, had announced hiinsely a candi
date for a county office on the Repub
lican ticket, when he discovered the
Democrats and grangers would co
alesce. He immediately withdrew his
name from the Republican ticket and
announced himself a candidate before
the fusion convention. He failed to
get the nomination, and is candidate
for another conntv oflice. AiivIhmU-
can see with half an eye that no good
Osage hedge plants
For.sule this fall ut
CrUMiEST SCHEME EVER KNOWS.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
tOK 'lIII! KKSK.riT fiF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
CEUSC3 BILLS, jPUF.E BELL METAL
SOZCOL 22LL3, I THE BEST HADE.
FACTORY BELLS,! WARRANTED
MscBtPTirs rAXPirzxra rriurisnnx
SEMPLE, BIEGE.& CO.,
AGENTS, 13 SOUTH MAIN ST.. ST.. LOUIS.
M Scraps, Womsis
ilAlLUQAD OR GRAHnia PLOWS.
'ami:eh3 roii descrip
tion and rr;icE3,
SLUPLE, EIEGE & CO.
JIAFTFJCTL'REr.S OP ACRI-
t L f.Tl HA L 1 M PIKMK.N1 S
A: iiALl.' WAKli &rCiALTIS
13 3 iriiU riai. Ctrect,
Honey Locust Hedge Plants
For sale at
4.50 por .1,000.
Also, at low priees, and of siuwrior quality, a
large supply of
Fruit Trees, Small Fruits and
Olonwood. Mills County, Iowa. Call and ex
amine my stoek before nin-liasm; elsewhere.
J-M. 1 A. WILLIAMS, I'roprietor.
Mr) . s
1-2,000 t AM CUTS $1, 500,000
Frery Fith Ticket Draws a Gift.
650,000 FOR 850;
The Fourth flnuwl i:Tt f.mf,rt ohh..uA.i
I t ... 1 'mill, ii.uii'.iitrtl
1V s;eei;;l ju t l the Legislature for the heliellt
I t J'utlie J.ihrary, i f Ken!ii kv. Hill t.iko
phwe iii I'ui.he LHo aoJI.ili, at Ivoui'ville. Keii
Wednesday, lhnmbtr Sd, 173.
Only Sixty Thousand Tickets will ! sM nnd
otie-lii.if oj these are intfinle'l tor the Euro.
teaa .Market. Urns leaving oply ;ii.ooo for the
I'uiied Stat en wlu-re Iini.inio v, ere )lisjMsed of
for the Third Concert. The tickets are livllel
lino ten roupons r p:irts.iiinl l.ae on the hack
the Scheme with a full explanation of the iihkIi)
of draw in.
At this Concert, which will he Cie grandest
musical display ever vwtncs.sed in ttjs country,
tlie unprecedented sum of
divided into K.() easli jrifts. will he distributed
hv lot amoiifr (lie ticket holders. The nuinl rs
of the tickets to be ilinwii Irom one wheel by
Muni children and the yifts front another.
LIST OF GIFTS:
EVERY FARMER HIS OWN MILLER.
CHALLENGE FEED MILLS
SiiELLEI Arid GR1NDE3
ra Ortpil qt tted ct
Fid, 'Wiioibcr wet crdrr.
vsUiuut litiaf i ag.
Osa-fl Corn emd Cob Mills.
i-5'-.ptk:R and Fr'.cca adjraxs
is to come ol such a condition of af-I ..ii 5J.,
f . fn i r- i ... I t
fairs. The farmer has no cliance of
Th.e executed were Roston Charley, j Fraud never wins and the Doctor
While the Democrats i and all the op- I5,:ick Tinb fhenchin, and Captain
wi W.ti 1.m-.1 t.oi-.. ...... f Jack. TllC SlirviVorS nf tlif trilio win
position horde have howled Casarism
ahd no third terih, yet Whenever it
feuits tlieir books or they caii win, they
very soon ignore all these fine princi
ples. In Douglas County I hey are
moving Heaven and earth to elect
Sheriff Grebe (Democrat,) for the third
"T.erger is not competent to fill the
place" yells another sore head Humph
. He has tilled it and ho is a farmer,
intelligent as the average and if he can
not fill it there is no farmer in Cass
County that in. A "'People's Party"
and old farmers nn-lit nr.t !- fr, leit-
- ' ' '"V V i M. X . . --vu ltlll,IIV & O
jn poor Rerger now because ne wears wealth. To carry out the Watchman'
& i . ... f-. i. , - . . .
l.trmers tiomos and i-oks l:Xe a v.'fcrk-J sneer woiua ne to elect only rich men
! Jack. The survivors of the tribe who
are imprisoned at Alcatray will be sent
to Port Russell, Wyoming Territory.
The Watchman, has discovered that
Enos Rerger has no property and asks
if he is a proper person for County
Treasurer. Certainly he is. The Treas
urer gives bonds for double the amount
of money he handles, and if he gets
good bonds it makes no difference
whether he owns a cent himself or
An anti-monopoly paper, or poor
man's Jriend ( ') ought not to ask im
pertinent questions about another's
That seems rough.
Purity of candidates is another miich
vaunted boast. X: L: -Drown is a pure
man? W. MeC.dg i-5 a pure man?
Tho what is its make a continual
boast of their purity, their virtue, their
an!i coruption hatred. The whole
ami still aaothr-r ni;(r is il'e -te.l ' TorI'l knows that the man that blows
worthless, if accounts are to be bcliev- the lol,lk'-st about honesty is the most
5d. The oaly t wo reallv "-o l bch ! Iilil''' lo " u,lt 1,1(1 tlie virlui-1 f
I or women is never helped bv their
Due honest act is worth
thousands of promises. Whv do not
On the ticket (Porter e.-I-:itri'i
are old Lii... If moevats. and vi t the f boaJthl of Jt
corixrati.-ii owned sheet here h is the
impudence to i,dk about good men,
true- men, honest men. Hah I
claims that when he entered into their
move he supposed, with many others,
that it was a genuine attempt at re
formation by the people of Cass Coun
ty and not a grab for offices by a clique
of hungry cormorants. When he read
the Platform of the Republican party
as anrioiinc'pd by their convention, he
said at once, "that is tho thing, that
can't be bettered and Is all we want,
now if they put up good men I'll vote
the ticket." They did put up good
men and when the Doctor saw the
slim turn out at the 7nass meeting he
was more th?.n ever convinced that
the people of the county had nothing
to do with that outfit. Hurrah for
Kenaston! (Jot any more fellows like
him? you anti-tnonjp3.
PRoriii LT '7 o f LY!
We understand that Rrother Porter
thinks the Heuali was rather hard
on him last week. We certainly have
no personal dislike to Mr. Porter and j
he ought to know that, and he is a man j
The plight of the Xew York Liber
als calls for a few words from tho De
troit (Mich.) Punt:
The "Liberal Republicans" of Xew
York, having been ignominiously ig
nored by the Democratic State Com-
mittee, which contemptuously rejected, J
without so much as even a won! of !
apology or regret, their proposition to i
"hitch teams," have called a separate !
State Convention to consult as to what
they shall do. Probably, they will do !
nothing except again beg the Demo- '
crats to take them in. They dare not I
run a separate ticket, as that would !
expose their insignificance by proving
that they do net command enough
voles to be worth considering; and, if
they submit to the snubbing bestowed
upon them by the Democratic Commit
tee, they cannot ever again hope to
command the respect or attention of
anybody. Consequently they are in a
very unhappy predicament and a frame
of mind decidedly unpleasant.
redress irom men that will use their
power lor self-aggrandizement entirely.
Supposing enough' right minded men
should be elected to tlie Legislature to
enact laws for the benefit of the
fanners, there is the test of the Con
stitution, and we have our trouble for
It was plain that my Republican
fellow-traveler had little faith in the
movement. In his judgment it amount
ed simply to a minority coalition for
the spoils of office. .
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ll.Ooo CASH IHK1S ea. h...
TOTAL, liooo CUTS. ALL CASH,
amounting t., 9ijnm,Mo
The lilstrihution will be p..iuw wh. th.-r a'l
the llekew sire sold or not. j.leltl..- tlf.lMx. uilli
a I paid tn proportion to the Ih kets s..l, - ,i
llllsool ticket h. !ll- deslr.ed HS.lt the First
the S-iVj. t,,"t','t,, 1,11,1 ,l,a fl'n-Hfiiifd iu
PRICE OF TICKETS:
AH;. It tickets. ?:s Ih.lves. ?:: Tenths, or
each c..i,pi, . -;i,.V(. wiioi.-' Ti.keis for
7.. : '' ,,,:kv!.': l,:r ?,-,!,m: i wh..ie-iiek-i
f,'.'1 ; hole l i.'kels for Slo.oiio. N
tli-eouot e,i lev. man wonii of Tickets at a
'Die :,' parallelled kik s, (,f P. Third tlift
t om-eit as well as the satisfaction f.'icn bv tho
I' il'-.t 'nun Second, makes it only :cee,s,,'iy to
Hill oiii.ee the I uii'ih to insure the piouit ah,
..I I- e.-y I ( i'e t . 1 h.. Fourth ,,tt (oneeitwllt
lie,-. i i I mall its details like the Third.
- : : !a:s niriy be learned from i-lreu-!"
' '""sein f:vc from thi oilic to
V. - :i!iply lor tlieni.
Tn i..: ready for sale a-i.l all nnli f ,-.r-eoi:ij.
, by the money pron-ptiv tilled, j.it,.
en.l tu-.r, eii.en to iho.se who buy to sell aj;aJn.
THOs. E. BHA M LETT,
Asrci.. V:I.IIe Librar)'. Ky.. and Manager Clft
Library i:iuidii., L4.utsvllle,
' it ui
SL Louis & Southeastern
"NASHVILLE SHORTEST LINF."
And Direct Uoute to
THE CHEAPES T !
mat in every instance when the
ta repaired . ami r n aiuruay iasi 1'omuou nave ooiaineu control ot tlie f.mied Mr Tf.' ter hnt-(.:..niv n-,:i;,,
started from Hackenuk Xew Jersey. public purse in city county or Slate ! ed the -wisdom of hi-; lovi.i. hi-.,.
Prof. Doiuddsoit. (;,'o. XV: Lnnt nnd i there has followed extravagance, theft. t.. i. -...L
j m." m "vr . t.ui' ini.iti; oil VUIICI Slut
.1 mi . . .....1.1. . . ... I - , ...
Tin:" a i: a vmv lloon
The name of People's Party and the
claim to represent all the good men in
Cass County will be bitterly resented
by the real farmers and hardy Grangers
of this county who do not relish it
that a set of impudent hangers on and
33re head office seekers should endeav
or to monopolize all the virtue in the
county. They justly think that there
is some honor, some patriotism, and
some good hard sense left in Cass
County outside of tlie guerilla outfit of j
1 ayne, Johnson, Watchman Humbug
of sufficient years to know that when i a further evidence that this guer-
a person enters the arena of politics he ' nomi! outfit are not the people's
is subject to fair and open criticism. i I,Jlrty, do not represent the people, nor
- i . . . i tii' Mi-t!jti.tl.li . a ii i t
......-.i..., ... nj no not i.s suiiject to fair and open criticism. j t',"l-, uu "" i?prcsenc tne pcopie, nor i
his people's outfit sliow us an honest j Xo one can claim or show that the ed- j j au' considerable portion of the best!
r an economical outfit when by chance Ror of this paper ever took advantage I Grangers of Cass County, read a few j
hey gain power. It is safe to assert j of his position to malign or defame I of the namw of tlie best men in Cass j
hat in everv ilif :m.- ulx.n flo. t . . .1 lnnfv vi-K. . i ii ..
( ; v' i.
Alfred Ford being on b
no wise de-1 County who propose to vote the i
t siraiguc lieputiiican ticket tins fall.
Many of them the' editor of this paper
has seen himself and the others have
The bal- j and the owt kind of rings, show j this fall, and quoted his own words of ! been reliably heard from.
La st Monday Mr. Jairies Moore, one
of the oldest and most highly respected
citizens of Sidney, met witha terrible
and very probably fatal accident. It
appears that he was unloading some
bales of hay from a car, when two of
them fell upon him, crushing htm very
badly about the chest, causing his
bretist bone to protrude several inches.
Dr. Corrv, of Chevenne, came down at
once on a special engine and did all
possible to render him comfortable.
At last accounts he was alive, but it
is almost certain he will die. Mr
Moore has lived in the western country
for the past fifteen years, being prin
cipally engaged in cattle and" sheep
raising. At present h is Postmaster
of Sidney. He has many friends in
this vicinity, who intensely regret the
accident; North Platte Enterprise.
AX IN VKXTION BV A TAWNEE MAN.
John riauagin's Plow Trucks has
taken the premium at both the Rich-
ardson and Xemaha Co. Fairs, and
' besides this, is very highly recommend
ed by Capt. Mituck, and other Xemaha
county farmers.. The great advantage
of these Trucks is, they enable one
man to run two plows with as much
ease as, otherwise, lie could run one.
Mr. Flanagain has certainly accom
plished a great improvement a groat
saving, at least one-half the ordinary
expense of plowing. These trucks can
be furnished for 610 to $V2. Two
neighboring farmers, by owning one
could have all their plowing done by
one man, in the same time that with
out them, it requires two to do it. This
applies of cours3 to only those who
can afford, or needs but one plow.
We heartily recommend this new
invention and are glad to claim it as
originating with a Pawnee County
man. Pa imc II pub lica n.
WOODS & FLEMING,
STOvLS. K ALL KINDS. KOlt 8 A LK.
Xew Tin-Shop, just Opened!
Ail orders for irtakim; or repairing prompt
N w Orleans,
Cln.it moo; a,
And al! Foir.v?
South and Southeast.
F. J. 3IETTEER
fJooDs Sold Cheap Fon Cash!!
l'i-tf. Wcepimj Water. Nebraska.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE.
Main street, opposite IJrooks House.
flair Cutting, Shaving and!
Kspechil intention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S IIAIIi.
Call tuid see riOONE.getitsaml fjet a boon la a
Hns a large and pood assortment of Farm Ma
chinery. The Marsh Harvester, a li-npi-r that two men
Call I'll! lh ilml li'ii ...-i-. j ,
i man to drive, a.ld tho binders can"' vverk iu tiie
HOS. y$ gHRYOCK.
And-ilesJor in a kimls&f
Furniture iuu Chuirs.
Main Sti;i:kt, Xct door to Hioc'ks IIoiisp.
l'LATTSMOt TH, -" - - XKR.
llepairin-r and Vanilshir.- neatly clone
runeii;ls altomietl on sli.n no-ice. 8-lf
F. J. METTEER,
Main Street, Corner Cth.
Plaftsntrjiah, .... N&rxTHttn.
New Bootand Shoe Firm.
. Karclier & Klinbel.
Boot Sz Shoe leakers,
Main Street, opposite matte Valley House,
:oc)L iu-: vso.VS WHY this Is th? paferred
IT IS Till: ONLY 1 Jr r, r,:.i!.K mi!it;r.a
I'i.l.lce 1 Iniv. :ii:j !',,,,,., sl . i 'i i iu tl.r,
tn'iii .-i. !".:, ii .s;isnvi!n' v.i .h.in ciial ire.
I IT IS THE ONLY LINK w.;.rwniiui,:irt.
meat l-et m i fi the.e CuVs.
IT IS THK tlXf.Y MM: by whl-h p.vvn-
! .M- ir.n:i ii tf ii.i i,!i.-s tra;l, tilt A
Horn si. to nvi iiij -Jour boui -i tii!'-..
IT is ?L..i,-, r hi:m i;; st(. j.0. l9
Xasliville thau tun circuiioua rvti i- 'r
0"ll MOTTO :
CL OSE CONNECTIONS f
New ad eletiant il.iv cone,o e.;.,i; -,eil with
tlie t s iiiL-hoi.s;- ,ir l:i,i,'ie ai:l tlie Mlll'T
eniiTiler ami ri.-'tforin ;:re run bi all trains.
'i'broie.-li Ti"!;ets ! sni- : itagLMye clioelc
e i ar aM the principal iicKi.t t:!:ccs in the Wctt
Ask for tickets via the -S'lut lira.stero ftU-
r. r. v. insj.ow,
. ... cti'i M.iii;i- r, til. LouU.
W. B. IAVKVpnKr,
in'l 1 iekn Affeiit. St. Iu.
The liiucolu Jtoutc.
FINE CALF Sn",VED BOOTS made to order
in gooil style.
All kinds of meu's boots and shoes made and
Trices low and work y.uiaiiied fo eive satis
faction. - Kaim lli;i,
--- 1'. KI.I..i;l.L.
i " io l.iil, .iml ijllULfU Ills OVWl
Kkj:i took a noitlieaMf fly direction pas- j us just o?:e0 nn hr.ntst administra- ad ice to Grangers. "When Mr.
Farmers Lumber Yard.
Hnving made arrangements in Chi-
feing over the northeast earner of Conn, i tioa
where it was cauglit in a torm. and
coining near the ground the occupants j
jumped out and ihe balloon started on !
.... . i
A (.'KAM.i: tk ki:t.
was .ripproached by Tlepublieans of
Ca County and asked If he would
A FEW OF THE -FEOrLl;"OFCA5scorX-TY
XOT IX THE XOMAD OCTFIT.
Samuel Hector. I. W. livers. Ad.
Cor Broadway and Twentieth Street,
ON BOTH AMEIMCAX & El ItOFEAN FLANS.
Complete with all modern it'iprovcmcRis
rooms tnxvite and single; private parlor"!
bat lis. elevators, ifce. Loeatioii linstii passed
lieiiifr in the very centre of fa.sliion ami brilliant
New link life. In proximity to 'hurdle-; and
places .f Amusement, and Lord .S; Tavlor's
Arnold fi Constable'.s and J. & '. .loltn'sNmS
Dry ;o,s palaces. The hotel is i-mb r the
management of A. s. liarnnm, formerly of f.ar
num's Hotel, Baltimore: I. N. ,reen. c.r Day
ton, oiiin. and reeenti, of New York, and Free
man Banium.of Barnam'.t Hotel, St. Juis.
Book for tho Million.
The A. & N. Railroad.
India novo lis,
MARRIAGE': A i, -ii.. ...,,...,'!...- tr. ,i o
OUlDc Married or lb
, , !. '' on the p!i si,.i.(1-i,-af mjMe- J And all the I'i hits in the
ll.tlll I (M I.I ll'.i 111 ; 1- "l- 11:' 1 ..(.. tl:.-
iatest discoveries iii )rotitieii; aiid pivvcntiiis
" ,. . . .v , . u-Binm.-,! iu us, suiuu mat ne ougiit, ! i-.cl. I'o
Lj eastern tour s .htary and alone; at ; t.iroug.i tlie county that tho Nomads not to meddle In iK.litics, that as Mas- ! Cnvk-
1UV1 11VI Wl.ll JIT UiU
la-t .'l-'coiinti it
desire their ticket to be known as the
j Grange ticket par excilleii-e. and every
j one knows that Win. I). Porter was
tfolninated lecauseit was supposed that
j he could lead the Grangers by the nose
ter of tlie State Grange he had c rtain
duties to perform and that made it in
advisable for him to become si candi
date for either side. His head was
icvt-1 men, lie seemed to see the mat-
. uo tue peo,(ies nap and Help elect j ter clearly and fully and stated th
the .Nomad ticket. We ate assured by reasons why he should not bo a candi
many of the best Grangers in the couii- , i;,ie in b,.Uer Vonls t,,.m we havc
ty. ui.il u.is game won t work, they are done. What chan-ed bis mind so soon
4 vis? itLSiJLL iitrN
Authorizing the electors of the State
to vote for or against si Constitutional
Convention at the next general elec
tion for memlx-rs of the Legislature:
72'slvfd, By the Senate and House
T ... - ...... i . . . . c , i . . m x-
111 jl . l.lilll t-3 vt liif tlf Ol t ....... ! """". i-.H. lllitllITt 111.1 1111I1U bJ
bniska: That the elector- of tl-P SrntP i Ilot blind pigs to Iii h-1 to wsiter bv anv . r..'..t,. i..
- m I - Minn inr hw.t ttimil IT.:i I'iV lt I I
be and are hereby authorized and rec- j one. It w;cs fnirly understood in sill askt.,i i.;,., to .immi() ihf.w r..,u:
Oimneiidr.lt... vforor;.nstacon- the Gran-isin vs i ?,- - 1 l tIlUr.c'l!u
vent ion to revise or change the Cur-t- , . . ... . . " . . I u a8 u l,Klt sympathies were so
tution of tho State at the next -'Micraf j "l h"ol,ltl "e n"n"1 h j strongly with the opposition that he
flection fcr irVmbVr.Tof the lgishi- f;,sl; course, farmers belonging to CouM not n fuse, or did the mere love
ture. - that order, would like to have Gramr- .t (v... .,.,.1 .
Tlie ballots at such election shall be ers nominated, as far as ,H.ssible, ami ! V ' l w r J 7
written or printed as follows: those in . i...., ' . ' . 1,1 ' ,thvr tasP h ,s 1,1 falsp position,
favor of a ( onvention -i or a Conven- , . . 1 jl"- 1,119
tion"; those j.gainst a convention ,u"e noni,;r seversU Grangers; but
Aaiiit.t a Conven tion."
Approved Feb. 20, 1S73.
T If' V A. t , 1 T I 1
?k l n tii:ti:ikii i iii -1 i ti i r t- :isi i . . 1 1 1 v i in c a r r ... l . -
... t.Uk...- - . .ra.-ji.uiKi-i,ui uecause ranrers i mnch nn i.u i .,
-- 1 ......... .' . m ..r .v a. L.lllilll I I I !
run oil t'netr tii'-ct L vnn- tiri .- ' t.,.,..". u i i . v.- - ... .
ii , , , ,, ..x .1 ' - i''"i-Mi.. : iiiinn, iii ecu mu., ..ceping altr:
It seems to be generally understood j iteeme.l to us. stsded that he ought I Kd. Post, Tipton ; Samuel Mav. Stove
routrh the c-ontit-v t hit- ('in A,. ! j j . , . i - -L " t
Mr. McMurray, Greenwood:
Coleman, alt Creek; S. T. "Wocjdward.
Jos. Mclvinnoii, lilmwood; Crawford
J.ros.. s. Jlend, X'.SchatTcr, J. V.Carncs i
Salt ( "t eek- - P:if li.invni- T ; .-: i i . . !
Geo. Madison, I). Sweeny, South Ilend ;
the Todds ami ThoiuasV, Oreapolis;
Dr. Wiley. Dr'idenstin-. Chalfants, (Jil
inours, (Niles. Holmes," X. II. llobbs,
Hcsser. Iatta's..!. 1). M;Kre. smd others.
liock liluiTs;-.!. Ik I$eatty. S'. G.Donge !
m. Eikenliery. Cannons. I.arnum, II.
Dultoise. Pollards, (. Teft; A. I. "Wes
ton in-Liberty ami Avoca; John F.
Uuck. Louis Gibe rson, S. Hobson, Kirk
psit ricks, G.W.Adams, W. J. Lynch,
Mt. Pleasant; Wettincamp, Juo. Kich
sirdson, K. Ssige, itubvs. (Jeo. n.eek-
1 OltlTr U! If. Tiled in Sntbin Sen. e:l"ii. :!TiiI c-l-Jowf u ro v. itli nvti.neivo
.. . - -. , . ........ ...... ..v.v...... j hi -j.niis, i.ii. ii'.viifi,,i.ni"iii'!i:i.i,i... j
tc-mber lSth, the Clav Conntv Herald. ! halers, I m p-reparcl to furnish on ? -(IiVv InX11 !'rh ''r tn" ","lr",!
! tin. vl in, !.,. .i'i L-iii.lj,.'- ' iwclit J -Iimi pa:;e.s. wnl: mimero:!" eii:i-av-
! at the ago of 12 weeks. The Herald fcIK,U ,,0,,-r ul K,',1: OA ; .' contains ahmt.h. informal imi f-i
! w - i ' i j '!" woo are married, or cr.iteie; !atiic.' mar-
was much loved lv its rn'inv ri I niiilnin I i..-. ! na.o. Mi.l, it u a ho..v that o-i. i.i tn i.e keti
fl .' .UJ..E. llllli 1-llIXII I 1-1.1. ..1 . . . . . . i I
Southwest, South and Southeast.
friends who mourn its loss siccording
to the fervency stnd reality of their
at a reasonable rstte. I also keep con
ulliii'l the bi
.""eilt to :!'- one i fl ee of Jiiisiagi l f.,r .". e. .ii ,.
- Aildress Oi-. But.s J speiis.ii .-, No. N. ttl;
.?rcet, i?t. Iiuis, Mo.
. i uL i -Ti.iiiiti.;i; i .ii.-si., iwi-ji cn- i
rit-d, in Harvard. September 2;th, : stantly on hand si full sissortment f ! X'i iee to the Afflicted and Unfortunate
173. the Harvard Companion from
tho fore-closure of a mortgage or si uie
other like dangerous disease. Sutton
Reported by Cctlek & White.
for if lie had remained true to the
i no mail ill i . ru .i i v ii'1: iiiiii ik-T--fkii..i .
...... , juvvins ainmiicHi, no Bhould have ac-
, to vote the Republican ticket bt-cart.se j feitted their nomination if he h.-m
t iiicketis spring per do.
iave thtliglit tliat we were to" vote' for
6r against a conventkrh" t his fall. Such
h not the case, 'ihe Constitution' pro
tide's that tL'e election for changing
the Constitution must he held" s!t a
A.eral elect ioa for icxxabcv of th
party with which, until last fall, he has ; lien. Austin, Eight Mikv Grove- T.
Chirk. R. Chilson. F. Wolcott, Weeping
This is' only si representsitive man or
two in each district. Some are (Jran-
SEW YHKK MAKKKTS.
N'Krt- York, St'ptemher 23.
Money 7 ier rent.
tloid $ 1 llVe.H
(iovcrnment : uiet.
i c ; s . II si rt l w ; i i -e .
of sill kinds. Those wishing to build
will please call tuid see my .-stock.
Before aoo! vio" in t l:e i.,i'iii-iiiii" ni:."I-c ii h.-i
;'dver!ise in pniiiii-p.i; er.. or nsin any iiun-:
ri i.-ieiiies. peruse Or. Butts' work. t;o m.;t t-i
wlia? onr disease is or how dcpioraMt- voai
J if. Butts can be con ,ti!!ed. personally or bj
oi iii, o,i the iii. eases mi-nt im-d in his works.
Mice. No. IJN. Ei-jiit street, beivvecn tiie :.;,w
kei and Cheuuut. Si. !n;is. U. Uecaf-ly
creits nominees: while the Nomad i t .i . m.. i;
have rd.b.iv ott t ii tii I i.v.u.i.num, v.eie ms aim two rn each district. Some are (Jrang-
S ' J t VU-r hi V'nt P,siti,n iittonU 1,im tlie rs w re not but all are lare
oiangers ov nlacimr tlie stn- r.-t tr i .... t .!i.n a. ....... - ' "e.-
almost at the head of their ticket. The
best men in the order, however in tli
county insure us' that this game is ua
tet&oorl aiid wiij. not win.
ltorttmity,- if rightly used, to greater i farmers smd sound men .n:.T mii.or
deeds and nobler acts than ever the think they form some portion of the
positioa of a county oflice. could. If people. Any way we shall see on elec
te sets the best interests of the f ;rm-j tion flay who are the pcople'of Csisa
rf above privot deeire rtd really County.
t loirs . ..
' ? 5 73
...i. .'.... co
B. G. HOOVER,
Keejis eoii"!ai-IIy on hand all Staple Articles ;
KVpair'Ts of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw and
las and steam Fittings. Wrought Iron Iir.
Flin t ;.i.i Lift Bumps. t-aiii linages, Safvly
Valve Coventors, and all kinds vi
Hoots,- Shoes, fcc.
In fact, everrthri. Usually kept In a . Variety
Store, whh It w:M he sr.ld on .small pfflits for
CASH. All Ivindscf Froiluce taku: in exchange
for g(XKl.s, i-.ml the
IHuhixt Market Frtaxatven in Cash
1 HE FLATTSMOCTH BEOBLE
By tiikit!' the Tir.'s 'rain at Lincoln on tho
ATCHISON tC- NEBRASKA
Upon their arrival at Atc!ii"u, thj
Great Ilailroad Center of
Can obirin, without
"' OF LAY Oil INCOXVEMENCS.
th.s very !.r eepir.s F-'r a- tiiil.tloM,
and win reach m. Lou!. -.. it v in ,t momiii-r. be
pi' .'! fn:r-h Cheaper and Sin. iter root" than
lliat .:i, l'.e-il'u.-.iuiieiim,. 'j r;l. x and Boad beil
.ire in i xei-llerit roiio it ion. 'Hi-.' pusseii -er ic-c-
.'iimoiiatious are of tne be st.
No Expense Nor Pains
Have been spared to make the travele r com
fortable. LAY OVER CHECKS.
Will he ?en by the Conductor to thosp wlsh
Ini; to stojx.tr at any of the many places of in-
lVJr.il vii I lie
j Brass Engine Fittings ATvniS0X d. Nebraska r.
Fuini .hcd oft' short notice. ,
Soi'ulro' aa'ttnt bete.' 9i&.
Witlitilit ineiirHn;? nv it ...,i..l
Thus allordiiiK 'I ra velei-s uiisurpa-ssed fac
for visiting the 1 'aruili.se of a.11 t.ardens.
" Tho Great N'emaha falley.
W F. WHITE.
CteKd FaaiMii,; er Ai;cnt.
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