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Trausli-ot AfiTwtJ-diinritt' iuwt bo l'ni
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor.
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
VOLUME XV. J-
PL ATTSMO UTH , NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1879.
I NUMB EU
r Extra Coflci of the IfS'aAr.n frtrs-wJeby
J. P. Viuxa, at t!io Tost-O.Tlci New Ticfwt;
w i a
& r! I
rrc. KTO., RTO.,
Qf All Descriptions.
METALLIC BUPJAL CASES
W U tliM, reivij nial and sold ehap for caU.
I KOW READY FOE SERVICE.
ORGANS & P1AW0S
Of Kvcry DrucripUon,
CHEAP FOE CASH.
IT IS BOW SHADE riJ-TUliSS,
Cwop'.ft ttk Itolier. far jr.cts.
Isbrequin Window Shades.
Aa a Irsr rarlefy cf Cheaper Shades,
With tnae 7 tbanka for pat patroai. I
rf.t-a aUl to eall and examine my
LAEtJE STOCK OF
II ysu waat any
t! er Ornainsntal Brici,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LfiClSTILLJ!. - - NEBRASKA.
H0TL. CITY HOTEL
Pl.ATTSUOCT n. KKX
rt-fC Cla r.o.irillrf.
A Ooou iloicl can Furnish
A. ?: ed TVloea, C.ooJ Beer, Good Liquors.
4'V4 I-a;nouade. Goad C'!7r,
Zpt &. the C'itj Hotel.
H': y&KQ. f;0(3. Fronlelor.
jr, CjmUAOn end OXfTA
Sh' p orer the Brick Block
exi to II Boeck's.
FLATTSaiOUTH. - - - - JJEB
If ret-m'TTlturfronpnor tinlth, or lanttUlA
tmg aaa U1 t aicanfc,g Uikd chfr, for
i:p Itlitemgwill Cure Yob.
j yin are a rilnMrr.y vnd hare orrrtAxed ytmt
teili s;..i:rt'ral!u St, or a mother, wort
er-lwla ar.'a.:.tTrrrk.orfe;f yra are Riml aiUnari
ft ynu f'- '. wk Itad dl-r plrlUxl, wlunmt cOomi
!! P-ltrr wiKglieatore Yon
" nrt i Eir.m of r-na-Fincws. ereikened t)T tie
rarao of ar evuiT'ia; 2 J or tnn '
Wa, t.lr.s ufisr Toor3ad!liut;ht worjt,
S'.llrra TrllmSlreiisthcu Yoa.
T)oj y-.';njr, (.ndraTerlatf fr.m any India-
-a SiTjera -ntKwncHrv Yon.
r !i (...to-4! p'i"i, m. t'w firm, at th
t -. e rr-. -.il '"xijih-l yciir -rMoiu nceiia
. t'tui or atun-ftj.!iiitf TrltVont UMib
F-":'ers IrThnt Yoa KeeJ.
aee---". t -..-l.ljourfifaouitiul wajiing,
Sfrp Klstar ;U alo Tn Itew Ufa aad Ttcaes
C-c! Cl'ia 1 th rwretcet, aafeat and bret. II
(an y-iT r.T S-mivh,I-Tcr and KU3ieyals
H. -a era. tv.eaby aloorpti-ja. It la perfect.
X. I. . f- ''.-' t'.'e ar.d IrrI.I'jlo ctirc for drnnV
k t. f cvi:i:!i, toieco und narcotic.
rj-i 4-4 T3i n a..
jnaMsi to Recur? aouTty, ortainrr, ana
uniformity of effect. They are the" rsult
rrf years of careful stndy iTntl rnictioal ex-
perimsnt, ami are the most effectual rem-
rtly yet tuscovercti lor ttiseases, raiifea iy
5ran2pmeut cf the stomach, liver, nnl
bowels, ebich require prompt and effectual
treatment. Aveb's Tills are specially ap
plicable to thi class of diseases. They act
directly on th dipoRtive and aRniiiiilative
processes, and restore regrilar healthy sc.
tion. Thir extensive use by physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized nations,
ia cn; of thw many proofs of their value as
sr.fe, sure, and perfectly reliable pnrjiativo
nic-.lit'luc. Being compounded of the con
cent ratd virtues of jmrely vegetable nb
rtances, they are jxmitively free from calo
rrel. or any injurious properties, and can be
sJaiUiUtTed to children with perfect safety.
Avfr's Pills are an effectual enre for !
Constipation r Costivenesa, Indices- I
tion. Dyspepsia. Iss of Appetite, :
roui ytomacu and lireath, Dizziness,
lleadnclte. Loss of Mawory, Numbness,
lilllonsness, Jaundice, Kbeumatism,
Kruptions nd Skin Diseases, Dropsy,
Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic,
ripes, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout,
rt' Disorders f the Liver, and all
Gthf-T d'sease result inff from a disordered
pcbu cf the digeative apparatus.
As a Dinner nil they hare no equal.
nue ffniie m tnf.ir action, these Fills t
ax t ho most thorougli and searching cathar.
pain nnleas the liowels are inflamed, and ,
an tneir innucnee ih neannj;. They stirna
late tho Rpperif and digestive organs; they
operate to purify and enrich the blood, and
im;xrt renwaa LsaJth and vigor to tha
Prepared by Cr. J. C. Ayer fc Co.,
yair ul ajtd Aitn.rjrtfeal Cftm lata,
Or uynther klnj, you caa tie wmmrl fmltb tot
yea jVafciiM so that it will cut Mr-ttr-r- tbaa
JBrvr. The iwthwill all remain of equal .iza and
abapv. mr-nt frr t rrr-ip of to any
pari ofthaUuited States. IllustratMrClrealani Ve.
b4 4 prmta wanfMl n eBfiy 4Ma?v a4l
Ad-iraaa JCL MUl'Mt Se Mi MO., Jkmtu M
a?" Wa bara Iiondredi of lettara from insa aiiaf
aar alaciuM wha aa; iba would aot iaaa i tjt li.
T7ZRTS & BCHOILE,
Ha sag Wiiiii Am ex. Csicaco, lu.
Fine, Kadiuai, and Oontmoa
ILLTTSTHATID CATALOGUE and oris
lUtaf OTerMiO aaw aaiifuMAILKD I RJtJI
tfce Wit ham hurm
er for hard coal. 14
atylea and aices, with
iTifnta thna any other (tores. Aak your deal,
fr firr t.'iejj. or seod for free ill aft rat4 cir-
OtWcsgo & Erie Stove Co. (Limited),
f i j mm at,
ORAr SPECIFIC MCDICINK
TKABE MARK. T Orat KacilaB TRADE MARK.
, am failing tara Mr
' Bemlaal Wrak-
taa, I m pot. ocT,
an4 alt Alaaaaaa
wwi af 0:f
Befare Taking, amh; utairf After Takiair.
Hull , CalTaraa! Iadtada. Pain la tha Sack. MaMa
Tiaw, Pranantra Old Aga. and auay atliar DttMMt taa4
.ad M IoaaaltT ar CaaaaairtiAa, and a rrematara Qrava.
C7 Fall partiealara la ear pamphlet, which wa dartre a
aad free by mall le erere eaa. CTae Speciae Modiciaela
eoM by all dreggtiu at f 1 per package, er ela packagaa for
fa. er will be seat ma by Ball aa reeeipt ef tke asea by
THE GBAT XEDfCI'K CO.,
Mara taw'. Baeea, D.iai.i . Kara.
SUid !n riattsmoutU and everywliere, fcy
C. 0. HEROLD, - Proprietor.
FIB8T ESTAF.L'D IX K.
Kepi a crnfial large stock ef
Ken's, Youth's & Boy's
ad lias jatt rere!red the Saest lot of
French and English Silk
THAT EVER CW.KSED THE 310. RIVER.
Kis differfiit styles ef
vre lurijrisirj, aJ bis stuck of
Furnishing Goods I
Slka w Caso Goads
Isflargf enough t s-ipply any demand.
Call and Examine the
BEFORE PURCnASiy'O ELSEWHERE.
Ur C. G. HEROLD.
TTi BEST and MOST rOPtTIiAn
c.cwln Thraad f Modern Tli?.
For sal by E. Ci. Dovey & Son. Si 1iipd
'athan. Wmllereld, W. li. isstlifr & Co., L.
F?-v . rv . .r -. r r
2 S .i
- " ... I . .- . . I
A stout backbone i as sentlal t physical
health a to political coitsreuev. For tvenk
ness of Hi. b:i-k :tn dl.sr1cr f the liver and
kitlnevs. the tonic anil nxier;te rlietetie nr.
tioa of the Bitter is the one tliiittr needful.
Remember that the stomach is the m;tin st;y
of every oilier orcan. aim tnat iy inviKorsii 'i'.H
the diuestion with this preparation, the spinal
cidumn and all its dejieiidt-iicles are etreiii;ih-
For Hostetter'e ALMANAC for 10 appTy
to urusgi'-i awa ueaient generally. aTi
J. G- CHAMBERS.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
ii in an 'y UT -VS8
COLL A RS,
ETC., ETC ETC. .
Done withNeatnessl Dispatch.
only place in town where "Torley's pat
ent self adjust&bl horse eollarsara sold "
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBIiASKA,
TAOri, IIAXXA & CLAKX
JOHN FlTT.OF.RALD .
K. tJ. IlOVKY
A. W. MrLAiiOHLIX.
JON'H O IiOVKKE
This Bank Is now opM for business at their
.ik room, corner Mnin and Sixth streets, and
Is prepared to tran-act a ueneral
taaks, Beadf. Gold. Qovernmaat and Laaal
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Vej.'usits Received nnd Interest AUoto
ed on Time Certificates.
VTAilablc in any part of the United States and
m all the lYinelp:tI Towns and Cities
.4 fiCXTS "' TJIE
lshak Line and Allah Line
rerson wishing ta biing out their friends from
PURCHASK TTrKKT FIIOM D
Tkresck t Plsttsmsst.
&3& SL iia3
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Funiisliet Kreih, Pure Milk.
Special calle attended ta, and Fresh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
Vain Btrtf t, opposite Saunders House.
SHAVING AND SHAMPOOING
Ettpecial attenl ion given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
CALL. AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
- Aad eft a boon in a
. CLBA" KHA.VE
A. Schlegel & Bro.,
And dealers in
FANCY SVOKEUS ARTICLE'S, SMOKING
pedal BRANDS and sir.es of CKJA KS made to
rder, and satisfaction guaranteed. Cigar
elippinss sold for smoking tobacco.
Malm St. taree doeis west of Saunders House.
Plattsmoutii, Neb. lOly
NEW HARDWARE STOEE.
J. S. DUKE
Has Jnst opened an eutlre aew stock ef hard
Next door west f Chapman Jk Smith' Drue
A Full Line of
SHOVELS, RAKES. SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Kej
ROPE, POWDER. SHOT, GRIND
A FulULine of I'TLSB V.
SpedalgRateg to liuilders and Con
tractors. AH -coo (It eald.p.s low as they pcs;"o!y-can be
and live. - !y
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Larce stock cf
ECOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
aud in fact Bverytliiuji you can cail fur lu
tlie line of
CASH PAID FOR HII3 AND FURS.
All kinds of cour.tiy oroduce taken in ex
change fur goods.
S L? O "V G S ,
ETC., ETC., S.TC.
Oae Door East of the Post-Ofilco, Ilattsmouth,
Practical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIER Y, -cf drc
I.arge assortment of Hard ana Soft
Pumps, Gas3 Pipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves for
U EATING Oil COOKING,
Always on Hand.
ttrj Tftrtcty f Tin, Sheet Iroai and tine
Work, kept in tflock.
5UEINQ AND REPAIRING,
Done od Short Notice.
SrZYHFlYTHIXQ WAJtRAXTED I ' rf
PRICES LOW DOWS.
IK. J. Ii. -!tte'Zir ..
HOMOZPATniC PHYSICIAN, at Factory.
Me, Cass county, N- br;ika. Sily
T. IX. TVlI.Sf.
ATTORNEY AT l.XW. Praettf-et (n Sun
ders and Cass Counties. Ashland, " a o rank a.
R. n. WIVDU.IU.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ph.ttsmo-.it!,. Neh. Of
flVe Front Itooiu ever Chapiiirvu Smith's
Ini(i Stere. :)ly
ICt. A. n A HYHiW.
ATTORNEY AXI SOf-K'ITOK. Will Prae-
tlee in tlia St:it and Federal Courts. Eesi-
dence. Ilafisinoiiih, A-lebr.naka. 3lly
K. K. 1,IVIN.TV. yi.
rHVSKTIAJT A Sl'HOEOS.
omCE HOURS, fiom in a. m.. ta 2 p. tn.
Kiatnlninjc Surgeon ftr U. S. Pcnsien.
ok. w. h . Krii i r. f k k f.c n t.
PRACTISING PHYSICIAN, reaidenee on
C Icafo A B'ie, Pbittauioutli Nebi-saka.
OSlce in Smith uud B!:ick's Di ng Store. 4i.1y
J. H. fVAI.r.. 51. I.
THYSIflAK ATI SfKOKOW.
OFFICE with Dr. Ltviiiirsteu Soutli Side of
Main Street, between filk and 7th street. Will
attend calls promptly. &yl
trP.1. J. YI'eaiF..
CO Z.Z.JTCTrO.'.t M S i'XCTA . TT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rewl Fst-.te. Fire Tn
urai'.ee and Colleclion Apencv. Office m Fitz
gerald's block, Plattsmmith, NebrasUa. ?Uin3
(KO. s. NMivn.
A1TORNKY AT LA W and Real Estate Bro
ker. Special attention uiven to Collections
aud all matters affecting the title to real estate.
Oliice on 2d Hour, orer Post OSice. l'lattsmoutli,
Nebraska. ' I-
l. II. Y IIKKM.It A CO.
LAW OFFICE, Real Estate. Fire and Life In
surance Aleuts. Plattsiiiouih. Nebraska. Cd
lectors. tax-payeiv. Have a complete abstract
of title--. Buy and sell real estate, negotiate
loans, &e. 'V1
JAMES E. MOBlMHOJf. W. L. BHOWSK.
350:tRI0 A BKOffSK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice !n Cass
and adjoining Counties ; pives special attention
to collection! and abstracts of title. OiV.ce lu
Fitzjjeraid Block, I'iattriiiotilh. Nebraska.
HA 35. M. CHAPn W -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery. Office m FitzKer
19yl PLATTSMOCTII, NEU.
tm VJ . CI.lTTf.W.
flat tarooaCi. Xettmaks.
omceon Main Street over Soiamon
C. KCZSEI., - Proptlrtor.
Flour, Corn ileal & Feed
Always on hand and for sale at lowest cah
p ices. The bih st prii-es pai.l for Vlu-;it :r.u!
C.;rn. Particular attention jtiven custom work
e: ii a im:s it a r :
ri.ATTXtOl-'TII KIt !t l!R A.
Place of business on Main St.. between 4th
and Mil streets. Shampooing. t'.hatift:r, chil
dren's hair cuttins. etc. etc. Liy
LENHOFF dr BON XX,
MorniHs: Dev Si!i?on !
One door cast of the Saunders H":'.ise. We
Jcet-p the ben; of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
s.tuili Constantly on Hand.
J.S.GREGORY, - - - Proprietor.
Location Central. !m.-4 Sample Room..
Erery attentif-E pxi-J t i;ntsts. 4l?ni3
PLATTSMOUTH. ----- N'EI
ma c ii i nmT SHOPS !
Repairer of Steam Enyirtes, Roilers,
Sato and Grist Alillf
AX A?i SiY!
i'roimht Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Pipes.Steam
Gauj.'f-s.Saf'.'ty-Vc.lvc C-overt'ors.and all
kiiids of Rryss F.iijriitf Fittings,
repaired ot, au:'i uoliv.
u f --
rt .T- t. .
x r,i i
" - r ; .
03 3: 2
Sr" ' t:
S - -1 r
t:- x -
New Carpenter slio-p on Mam Mrevt,
Corner of 7th.
Bates & Kolmke,
and general workman in the
On Mala St., opp. P?tte Valley H.-.us,
DarvitDrt, Si be. Outer.
A larire assortment of SHELF H.ViCli
WARE. J'ist n-crive-t and will
be sold low.
WOOD STOCK AND IRON. PUMPS,
FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS.
AND A SPECIALTY.
Remember, we keep a good TINNER, and
are prepared to do all sort of Tin-work,
irrnen'o Corn rUtntcn. aad aU kbU of Farm
V.'V. f ATnSWR,
A. S PADDOfK. U. S. Senator, Beatrice.
ALV1V S UMKRS. U. S. Senator. Omaha.
T.. V.. V A LENTINF. Representat'e. West Point.
ALHIM'S NANI'E. frOTereor. Lb-.colo.
t. ,T. r.KX A NDER, Secretanr of State.
F. W. LEll'ThK. Auditor. Lincoln.
O. M. H A RTI.E I T. Treasurer. Lincoln.
. R. THOMPSON. Sunt. Public Itiatrnctlea.
F. M. DAVIS. Lund Commip-loner.
C. J. lf LWORTH. Attorney General.
REV. C. C. HARRIS, chnplain of Penitentiary.
DR. H. P. MA XTHEWSON, Supt. Hospital far
S. MAXWELL. Chi-f Justice, Fremont.
r.F.O. H. LAKE, Omaha.
AMASA COHB, Lincoln.
Seeent Judicial Dittritt
S. B. TOUND. Judge. Lincoln.
J. C. WATSON. ProsecutinK-Att'y. Ne. City.
W. L. WELLS. Clerk Dist. Court. PUnswouili.
A. N. SULLIVAN. County Jude.
J. D. ril l 1 . Oounty l lerK.
J. M. PATTKRSON. County
R. W. HYERS. sheriff.
ii. W. FAIRFIELD. Surveyor.
ii. HILDEBRaND. Coroner.
HENRY WOLFF. Liberty Precinct.
JAMES CRAWFORD. South Rem! rrecinet.
SAM'L klCHAKblX. Mt. l'leait Piecincl.
J. W. JOHNSON. Mavor.
J. M. PATTERSON. Treasurer.
J. I). SIMPSON. CitV Clerk.
RICHARD VIVIAN. Police JudC.
P. B. MFRP1IY. Citv Marshal.
V.d. L. W FLL.S, Chief of Kir. Di pt.
rorNCii m r.s.
1st Ward-J. t'EFPERBFRO, V. V. LFON ARD.
2d Ward ti. W. FAIRFIELD. J. V. WECK-
3d Ward-R. C. CUKHINO. THOS. ! ()LI.(it:K.
4th Ward P. Mi-CAl.LAN. K. S. s'l A u!
7-otimuler- JNO. W. MAtiSHAi.L.
B. & M. R. R.JTiuie Table.
Taking Effect ifny 4. IH'-?.
FOR OMAHA FKO
t p.ATls: C;1(.
Arrives a. in. 0
i :V p. in.
: PL A T S M V TH .
Airives '.0 :-lr' a. n;.
: 1 p. in.
leaves ) a. m.
' 3 p. m.
FROM OMAHA FOti
Leaves 9 a. m.
leaves Phtttsliiouth :45 a. in. Arrives Lin
coln. 1- '-15 p. in. ; Arrive? KeHrnv, 7: .1 p. n.
Fieilit leaves D :; a. mi. Ar. Elii.-o-.H 2 :" !.!.."..
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Keaniey.fi :50 a. in. Leu" Linroli:
1 ..f p. hi. Arrives Fiitttsmoatb, 4 p. u
Freight leaves Lincoln 11 -AO a. us. Arvii-.-PUtUiMVUth.
4 ii p. in.
Express. 6 :15 a. m.
I'atser.yer, itiain each day) 4 -2': p. :i , ex'-ei
sijiiiMiii. Every Curd Saturday a tra.n Oj
M' xt l lie usual time.
SC. V. U. K. TJa:, Table
Taking FiTecf taulny, March 23, 1ST9.
f. : T,
RED ri.fl i).
IN AVAL V.
8 lO :
5 : 2."5
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And s.U eruptions of the akin, thi Ointment i
ino-1 iuvab.iioie. It !oes not heai exl-rna"ly
klo!i.. but r.eit, -l rates witi' li:e most searching;
t iTccts to tiie very rot of the evil.
HOLLOW AY'S OLNTMr.NT
i..-s; vs. d of this REMEDY. Every Man may be
li s own Jctor. It may be in L:-e-i into the
Yrvfein. to s n teach any internal complaint :
by the?.' maijs it cures x.iesor I'leei-sin the
TlihoAf, STOMACH. LIVER, Sl'i.MC. or oili
er patts. II is an infallible Remedy for BAD
M-.'SS. P. A I) BREASTS. Contracted or M:ff
.louit. 4JOUT, RI1ECM ATiSM, ai.d ail Skin
1pkta!IT Caution. No':e are itenin
unless the sifrnalure if J. Hayik, as ai;. nt
tor the United States, suirouiid each box of
Pills ami ointment. Roves at 2o cents. C2 cents,
and 1 each.
jjr- There is considerable saving by takir.jr
the larger hIzcs. Holi.OWAY fc Co., Nevv York.
78 tti Seiilaa lrlMn la thFlTer 1.1; .
' plafree. AdJAT BR0Sfi.S-f.
ViflfJTm 'O'00 B' SKP.i-S BrCEK-IFS, of hich I
Hftll I LiJiiakeBucVejrePileOii.niit,WaiTaatedto
aura file, iuui wua nu ip. Or. J. a. Tal.r. ju i-uu., M.
TELE SUN FOii I860
The Sun will deal with the events of the. year
l.cSo 1 1 its own fas'iioa, no pretty well iru'.et--stood
by everybody. From January t uotil
December 31 it will be conducted as a'newspa
pcr. written in 'he English laoifiKty;', and print
ed for the people.
A a newspaper. Tim Sun believes in cettinc:
ail thi- news of the world promptly, tiwl presint
big it in the most intcl!iu:f!e sliaie the shape
that will enable it reanieTs to keep well abreast
of ibea-re w th the least unproductive expendi
ture ef tbaa. The Frre-itext Inteiest to
the -re.itest number that Is the law
cntru;;iu!i its daily make-up. D now
I:ms a circulation very inmli larf-er than
tii-it of any other Amer'can t:ewsp,per. ami en
joys an in.-olae wiiicti it is .it ail tune prepar
ed to "pi-nd Iii. era ly fortlie lci.e?it of its read
ers. lVop-e of :ili oi!-l::iiM-s of lifeai-'d all w:iys
of thi. Kiii: bay Hint rej-.l The Sun ; a.tut tlii-y
al! derive Mit'sfaction of so.ne.siir: ffun its col
uiiins, for they keep on bu:n; and reaiiinj;
In its conincnls o-i men ;md .?:tlrs. The
Sun beli-'ves that the ;.is : :i:c. f policy
fli.)n.a lie couiiron s'!is.'. i .
American princip.es tix-3
ii-. ' Si sly of
ii will e,n
i :' p:aiy.
. lit1 lor
;i.; i. H
purpose. 1-or t i::s ;ea-
tililln to '". ;!ioblte; V
Class. e:ipie. o: I.! II..:,' ! : i. .
all. bui :l mir. t Hill .. :.i.e ;
iipioit i-.iiil ii'pri!:..:- .ii .; is t v: , !.
S hat" its ii!u.i;aii' N l.i i ::' o : t tin!
oiid the poHsl..iliiy .f i.i-n:i; i:i;M;iiiIei;tioil. It
is unU.liiifiiced by im.tives th :i ' ii-t anpear
on th Mirface : it lir.s ia .pi:n.-.ns to seili save
ih-ise wiiicli may le bail iy any purclras'r wiili
two cents. Jt hate ii;iiiMu-e and rrtse.-..iy evi'U
iu.re than ir b ites uun -ces-ar.v word. It ab
hors fr i. 'is, pities f.-en. a -d dcp'ori.s iiicno-poop-.
of .-very species. It u ill coulini'.e I I;iiiJiiii
ont tlie year l-'t to chastise tiie ii i st class, in
iftruct the sc'voirj. and diseou:iteanee tlie
third. Ail honest im r.with hones: con v;et ocs
whet her sound or icisiaken. are its tii.ix.s
And the ."Min makes no bones of telling i! e
trui'i to its fru'iiiU a-l at-Mji its Tie'ids uu 1
vrlieiieve, oceasion arises for plain speakiim.
i'hes. a.,e the pri:ieoole iiic'.i wiiic'ii Tiie n
1U lie c nilnetfti iiunnii ln ye:ir lu emu:.
TU" j't'ar ln-'-n w ill be ui'e in wnici io p:tUi
otic Americ.-n can rifi'ord tu close liis ey. s to
piitdic ailairn. it i iii sib!e t. cKi'erate
1 be tniiMu'taiice .f flie political events wiiit-Ii it
h:is in rtore. or the -ue sity ..f res.Uit- vigi
lance ;li the pal t of every citi.-ni who desiics
to preserve the ('oven. iuViit that th.; founders
irtve us. Tlie dfoalea tn-1 act-j-'f Coiiress, tho
ut-eri'icex of tlie press, the ecci h e; eoiitests of
liie Repjbliean ami D"iioera!ic parties, now
nearly eijti.il iii strenvtb llir.mho'it ti.e coiiii
Iry. tlie v:tryin i.r u f puhiic sontiinent. wili
ail bcar.lir"etly am eiiectivr! v.jion the twenty-fourth
Presn!n: ial lectio:) "to be iiebl in
November, Four years unt nevi Noeni''er
the will of the ii!.tioi!. as ex'.'.es-ed v.t foe ptdi.
ws tliw.iited liv a.t -. iioii:iii'ai'e eoiif-piracy. the
tirnni!tTs and bi iicticlaiiHs, , hie!) htilt hold
the ofliees tb.ey siob. S ill the i-riiue of 1TG be
repeated in is-o? Th past -teee.de tf years
opened ilii :i corrupt, extra vacant, and insol
ent Ad'niiiixtratiini intrenched at Washington.
Ti:e Sun did somethinj; ttiwurd dislodsrnij; the
(f;!!- and break im; its power. The same men
now intrtiruiiii: lo restore tl.eir leader and
themselves ti places 'loin wliii-li tbev wero
driven by tbe in ) j.-n iMoii of tPe people. Will
they succeed? The eoiiiini- year will brin: Ihe
answers to these njcmenti'-iis quei-ti 'ns. The
Sun will be on hand t.i chronicle the facts as
they are devobiped. and to exhibit them clearly
and feai less'y iu thei! relations to expediency
T'nu-J. with a haWf of philosoo'itcal tr"d hu
mor in looking a.t the minor afr.tiix of life, and
ia rrreat tbiu-rs a steadfast purpose to maintain
tin; rt'nis of ttie peiilH and tlie principles of
the t'onstttution against all aiu'resM-rs, The
Sun i prepared to wrl.e a truthful, instruct ive.
aud at the same" time eftlertaialng histwry of
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..- :V-?-A"r5j--.or. ry - y
BT LACK A CHTlKRarL
The f re was dyin? wlien Agatha Kay
Crouched over the embert in listless way;
For she'd wasted her stroiiivih, as woman can.
In making a speech on the ""Tyrant Man."
Her cheeks were sunken, for, trath to aay.
Her teeth beside her In asncer lay;
And over the arm of the easy chiir
Ware hanging her lock of nul-brjwa htr.
One would almost doubt If her form so thin.
Was the same lhat late on tlie siae hvlbaea;
Rut a tUnce at tha cotmn a ton the Soor
Such duubtt) would baniih forevermora.
Then low aha spite tkroufU hr toothless
If but the women eon! 1 mike the laws,
No Jonsrer I'd sit, as I have for yeara, -Alone
with my idle hope and tears.
No longer before a crowd would I stand.
But to one I would yield my virgin hand;
And the reason I Iii world would quickly
Why we wish 1 the incu to voters be."
Then poor Mias Agatha crept to her bed.
While few and brief were the. prayers sha
But she sweetly dreamed that a "Tyrant
And that whea he left she bore his name.
KOT SO BAD AS HE THOUGHT.
Here I am lilinor lloyston; iny
cduc.it ion linishiNl mid myclt' ready
to commence I lie, with a fortune of
fc i'A) it year, and a lare and varied as
sortment of old Taleuliiies, a can-try
wli.cii cannot siirJT, and a puy; do
With a bad temper. Ol nn.l a liivji of
hideous dieses end an ador:ib!e ne w
So exclaimed a youn? lady as the
flood in momentary stillness upon the
hearth-rui', alter a breathless hurst
into the drawing-room of Oaktrce
Hall. The master of the mansion,
(irahain Dn;lis!i, had beeji reading in
tlie peaceiiii enjoyment of a splendid
lire aud a luxurious arm-chair, which,
upon the ojrl's en trance, lie hud quit
ted, and came iorward a few ateps to
"Well," said Mi- Royston, and
altera moment's pause, in a tone of
wonder, Hint g-u.'uig frankly into the
eyes of her eniHiiiiii, "arc you not
goino; to ask me how 1 am?"
How do you do?" D-ilish nodded
"1 thought you were too much en
framed iu taking that inventory ol your
property for .such a ceremony as shak
"How do you like my ulster? Don't
you like il?- It's all pockets," she said,
thrusting her hand into one recep
tacle, then into another.
What a j-i 1 i j' baby you are," DagHsh
cried, trying very hard to frown, and
not to hiniie ut tlie lovely, glowing
face now raised to it is.
'Do you want everybody to le t.'ie
Jlethust'lali that you aie":"' Elinor
A shadow crossed his coRiiterwnre
at the random words. Elinor itoys
ton was nineteen; Graham Di''H-sh
thirty-nine; and (he dew and sun
shine are necessary to the lite of llaw
eis, so K-emed this waywaiil, winning
;irl to Grab uu D iglish to be necesSMry
to his exisience. When, twelve years
ago, ihe was left au orphan to their
care, both Daglish and his mother re
garded the trust as a serious and un
welcome responsibility, but time had
changed both their views. The old
lady called Elinor her sunshine, and
Graham had learned, to love the sweet,
various-mooded girl with all the
strength of his resolute nature.
Elinor's late absence at school was a
source of deep regret, and now upon
her return home for good, high festi
val would be held in the hearts aud in
the mansion of O.iktree.
"Are you not glad that I have fin
ished with that detestable school?
ehe continued after a short pause.
"It depends upon how niucn you
know. What can you tell me consci
entiously you have learned. Nellr"
She took her stand immediately be
fore him, and checked o3' her accom
plishment oh the pretty finp-era of
her left hand as she spoke.
"Mumo," she answered.
"Voice and piano gyHrjs.svica, I
should rather say."
'-German, the whole of the French
language, drawing, painting, and ge
ography." "Could you stand a good examina
tion on the capital cities ot Europe?"
"I should not like it," she frankly
allowed. "JJut what does it matter?
Everybody is not an old book-worm,
like you. " Perhaps when I am your
age, I shall know nothing else."
"I have yet to learn that ignorance
i? so interesting," aaid Daglish, some
what crossly, under the irritation of
-So I am ignorant now, and I was
silly lie fore. You need not have told jne
bo iu ihc first hour that 1 was at homo
at O iktree, I mean,'" she said iu proud
correction of herself.
Occupied with his own bitter re
fiVtions. he dul not uoti e the halt,
and change of expression. Bat his in
(liii'erence was differently construed by
the girl, who gathered up her hat and
gloves ti.d swept liom the roc-i i an
ger. "He gave me ip. --veh-ome, although
I gave him so j...-.;y opportunities,11
she s:.id -to her-cJfj as, britihing the
tears from her eyes she shut the door.
However melancholic the effect was
upon his intellect, Mr. Graham Dag
lish had soon to witiM'ss the terrible
process; for the next day the mansion
atOaktree was full with Christmas
visitors, and one of thee, Mr. Arthur
Young, fell straightway in Ioshj with
the brilliant beauty arid charming
ways ot Elinor Koyston, and his ten
der sentiments Air. Young by no
means concealed from an Interested
world. Miss Koyston seemed loo, to
be receiving his attentions with favor
Daglish might witness the position
of events with despair of spirits, but
as her guardian lie could make no rea
sonable objection to Arthur Young,
who was an honest,- handsome young
fallow, and heir to a good property.
Beforehand, though, he would not
have supposed hkn to be the kind of
man to attract bright, original Belle
Koyston. Her preference, however,
was clear enough; in fact, with the
encouragement Young received, the
only .marvel was that ho did not urge
Ha t-t t-a-'r-V"'
The new year had conio in, and the
Hall guests were all gone ie Arthur
Y'oung; and he would appear to have
taken ujs a permanent residence there.
. I vtsh I had one of thor-c crimson
roes that are in tho conservatory,"
said Miss Koyston, late -one after
noon, as they sat iu the drawing
room. "They are all well out now; you
can have twenty, said Graham Dag
lish looking off of his paper fora min
ute. "Eet me get them for you Mis Koy
ston," said Young with very uiuiccssa
rv alacrity, Graham D.iglish thought.
'How shall I find them?"
"Thank you ; you're always kind. I
will show you "tlie tree," replied Miss
Koyston, with still more unnecessary
alacrity, ill-used Dmlish considered.
The pair strolled away Into the con
servatory, Daglish wishing, too late,
that he had otl'ered to get the bloa
jms; To torment himself still fur
ther, he pulled out a watch to observe
how long tiie olieuders would be ab
sent. But at length the guilty onea rrap
eared, just as twenty minutes were
completed; not a bad allowance of
time for plucking a couple of roses.
Daglish surreptitiously pocketed liis
watch, allcctiicg not to uotiee their re
turn; but every gay laugh of Nell's
went into his' bosom like a poniard
The next day tra on of singular
beauty as regards weatheiyuid the saddle-horses
were ordered round early,
for Arthur and Elinor proposed to
take a long ride.
As she stood by her steed, Daglish
offered to help Miss Koyston to mount.
"You need not trouble, said Elinor
coldly, the incident of his neglect with
regard to the flower ranking in her
mind. "I prefer tlie groom; you
either lift me up short or nearly fling
me over on the other side,"
At the same time Young rushed for
ward, and seeing nly a servant in at
tendance, cried :
"Let me put you uprMiss Royston."
And she accepted his attendance
with the most gracious smile.
Upon their return, which was not
t'titil 3 or 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
Daglish noticed that Elinor wis very
much subdued in pirits.
To this circumstance, though,he did
not Httsch much meaning or import
ance until anevent the following morn
ing g.xvc the depression and ailment a
new si-ruilicance. The event was Ar
thur Young making the startling an
nouncement in the course of breakfast
of a necessity for his leaving by the
"Is it possible, Mr. Young? and so
suddenly, tool" exclaimed Mrs. Dag
lish. "You dou't'really mem it,old man?'
cried Graham Dagii.-h.
Tlie only person who showed no sur
prise was Miss Elinor Koyston.
"Well, Nell, are we to have a wed
ding?" asked Mrs. Daglish, while they
were still sitting iu the unsettled state
that a hasty departure of one member
leaves any family.
At the same inopportune moment a
servant entered with a message from a
poor widow, a pensioner at the Hall,
begging Jie would see her with re
spect to some trouble ahe was in.
OH bustled the kindly old lady,
leaving Graham and Elinor to discuss
the delicate topic !ie hid introduced.
"Is that true, Nell? a.sked Dagiish,in
a low tone.
"What if it be?" said Miss Koyston,
flashing defiance upon him from her
eyes. "It is nothing to you."
"Nothing?' he cried. "It i much,
Elinor," he said, speaking calmly, but
with a certain tender gravity. "Your
happiness is aJmost my chief concern.
Arthur Young is a good enough fel
low, his position suitable and all that,
if yu feel that he is calculated to
make you happy, and you love him."
"It is something to be loved to feel
that one is cared lor. Love to me is
what water is to a umti dying with
thirst," she cried passionately.
"Elinor! Is that speech th? fit re
ward of your treatment here?"
"Forgive me forgive mcl ' she said
bursting into tears. "I am ungrate
ful; but that is just my trouble. I
am a species of dependent; the recip
ient of charity kindly, generous
charity still charity."
"Well," he said, and he took both
her hands into his aud looked straight
at her. "I think you should know
how much your presence is valued
here. To my mother you are almost
necessary, and as for myself," he add
ed, with a curious break in his voice,
"gone, you leave me a solitary man for
life. But heaven forgive mel I never
meant to distress you by saying so
"Why should you not? Your your
Then Miss Royston s tears flowed
afresh choking utterance. Har head
tinned aside to hale her tell-tale face.
But not before Daglish had caught
something of its tell-tale expression.
"Child, let there be no misunder
standing between us in this supreme
moment. If you have given your heart
to Arthnr Young, marry him, and
happiness go with you."
"You have no r'srht to say such a
thing," pouted Elinor, interrupting
"Much right and much reason, 1
think," he answered, "although you
will very likely set it down for jeal
ousy." Over Miss Royslon's features a bril
liant smile flitted sufficiently expres
sive of successful mischief. But her
triumph was his also, for he saw and
interpreted the smile not- altogether
'Nell, could yon ever learn to love
nie?" he asked, abruptly.
Miss Koyston apparently needed
time to gauge her c-ipabilities iu that
respect, for she gave Graham Daglish
no reply fwr a minute or two; and
while she hesitated two strong arms
stole around her, and a voice whisper
ed : -
"Arc you mine, to be my darling,
Miss Koyston seemed ill to be af
flicted with a difficulty of speech, but
she suffered without opposition, or
even remonstrance, the bondage in
which she was detained.
About 650,000,000 pounds of butter
arc made in this country annuallyr.d
its value is estimated at $70,000,0JO.
Tlie Ysllow-FsYsr Rjlisf Committee in
Grenada, Miss., has published its reports
howiDg that it received $24,493 ia sub
scriptions, disbursed $1G,2S, sod now has
tWitu befH ft -for ?
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Till UOilK DEPART W07
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The rtlebe-Perpocrat renews its claims to o
pular iavor auU paln-i-.ae. iih iiiorei'ed Is
ciiitieii for .r:iintii(; and retainia-; both. Mid wi'.b
incn-ased dctennipation lo inoie ili.iii redevti'
lis oft-made pledges to fill the lull measure of
reasonable expectation i. a political, fiitaliy
1'olitically the ilube-Democrat Is tcvoxti7?c.
fiwni one end of tLe coiuilry to tlie oth-ra tli
m . r l 1 1 1 t cbanipion of that Eei'uli.icuwir..
tvliieli came into power i:i tiuie to save tha i .'n;
ui from oesii uctiiwi. and I: an since devoted Ail
lis enari.'a to the pre-ervatiou Intact, of th
fruits fif the war forced iipoii us by tha rebeie
of the Soutb aided by tho Deuioeiati af tbe
"North. We have opposed all forms of compro
mise nuJ conciliation tlir.t .srtrnd to aim a'-.fc
rcstoraliou to pov.-r in this country of the ui u
and the erii-iiiixattoii wlneli Involvtd in in tu
horrors ef civil war. 'I be Democrniic party i.
now in the field for tlte next prpsldnu nil t.-le
tioa with tbe iloclriues of State riht and aui-liScati'.-n
eml'liZdiied upon its tiiainer. if iu;-.-cesr-ful.
it will most aaeiiledly carry out Its pre
inioe to repeal all the legislation net'sslt.r ?
by tlie whr and it results, an J will Itaui;!.-,:
a policy v. l.irh will encouruge and aasi.t ur.vlii -ei
atte.ni i at secession and rebellion. 1 hi? !s
whit tiie boat f the ".Solid 5oili.li" liira-,-There
i but one antidote for a Solid sutli t t
the ctWs wliich it threaten., and that is i a- '2
.ort!i, united iu a firm purposa to kfe;;' t be r.-
liiical pow er ot the Nation lu the aecuan -sen
l forth its lcyal leious to crush. rtlei:i
ana restore the integrity of the Uuioa. f vei.tT
have ahniistakably pointed to lien. I'.R. (iuul
as the Inevitable candidate of the Rcpubiio :u
party for this Kre't coutest. Tlier eie ot!!
as worthy as he, but thtre seems lo be no nnw
a certain to consolidate in his favor all t'ja
eleinruli, of miceess. Hence, we hare upro:t-
ed and i:r;ed his nominatioD, keennifi in vi-. v
soielv the welfare of the i:epubiu:r.n party ..
the best assuranra of its triutuph in 1'.
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PANV, ST. LOUIS, ilO,
A Svi-acu?c m-in, Kiys thfi Sn
ilny Time?, ot that city, think
wile a righteous woman because ! 1
never forsaken by her mollr-'t.
We were cxpoecil last week to r-.
pitiless storm, that wet our fcrt a -i
s-tockina?, and indeed our person
ever. In fact vre took a crackTru;
cold, which brought sore throat an ;
severe s-rmptoms of fever. The koo-I
wife asserted her authoritr. i.lunRJ
our feet into hot water, wrapped
in hot blankets, find sent our f:u'l
ful son fora bottle of Ayer's C'hx::
PtcToiiAL. It is n splendid rjol;
c-ncj,!ca6ant to take, and did I -job.
We slept roundly throu;1i tl'
niff'.it and awoke well the next :r.r -ins:.
We know we one oar qui k ;
cover v lo the Vcctoral, nd sh-
not Losltateto' vecommend it to
who need such a medicine. let;.
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