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PUBLISHED iiVEUY TUTJR3DAT, '
PLAT TSHOUTfl, NEBRASKA.
. O IP ly 3 C 313 :
O Vln St., One Block North of Main,'
rr. or F ftli StreeU
ivrjf MaOa c aj hp is Ca ftatj.
pack 1 1 w. I 2 w. I 3 w. 1 m.i k M.l 0 ra.l 1 yr
I 60 J2 00
2M 35 00
2V 6 50
4 16 too
13 O 20 00
2600 ' 40 00
tSf All Adrerttilng C1IU Du4 Quarterly.
DT Transient XdvertUmenU mait b Tti
" P E IIS E YEll AN ( ) E CONQUERS."
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor.
10 Extra Copies of the III it A ld for iile fcy
J. P. Tucms. at the roet-OlToe Newt Depot,
rrm In Ad vane :
On eopy. one vva ?2.00
n.i.py, : linmifc 1.00
One copy, !hre tr.oulhs,.
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 18S1.
Mies. 83 aU
v4y ,i a :i w 4 u r?
; in two and three pieces, at
$l.'2o and upwards
From 26 Cents to $8.00.
C II V N W Vt'K. L". S. Senator, Neb. City.
a' VIN S vr. r K KS. i. S. Scrator, On, alia.
E K V vl KN i 1 NK, KcpresM:tat. West I'olnt.
Al liiM N.vNCK. ;.vfriir. Lincoln.
.1 A i.l'X A MElt, Secretary of State.
JOiN V A l.l-l ' i I S. Ainlitor. Lincoln.
; M B A KT l.K IT. Trrvmirf r, l.incolu.
V W .ION h-s. iirt. fiiblic I iif trurtion.
A '! KENhAI.L. Land C.iianiiioner.
'iJll.WOlUH. Attorney iineral.
KKV. C'.t;. HAKKIs.riiaiilain of IVmtentlary.
1K. H. I. M Vl lHKWSON. Supt. Ho-.ital for
. V AXWEI.I.. C'li iff .IiiMticc, Fremont.
tiP.O O. LAKE, Omaha.
AM AHA COI1B, LiliCfiln.
.Srcvntl Jurilciat jDitirict.
roUND. Jii'ttte. Lincoln.
j. C. W ATSON. ri-osecutiliK-Att'y. Stb. City
W.C.HlldW.x . KK. I lerlt Ulsirici inan,-
K N. SI'l. I.IVAN, County Judge.
.1 D. Tl'TT. Coiihiy leik.
J 1'ATTKlIoN, ( tmaty Treasurer.
K. W. II V hi'-4. Slir-iilT.
C wooi.KY. Co. Sup't I'ub. Instruction.
V. 1" A IK!" IK I-I . Surveyor.
T I. i SS. Coroner.
fjlM'I Rf'HAt:iS(N. ..It. I'lea-ant l'reclact.
1VA1C W I l.r'-, Wlftsmoulll l'r'cl'if t.
J AMI'S C!I VFORl. Smnli I'enil I'reHnct.
' rAi-!-s liaviuR I usiiif wMh the County
' C'omir.i-i-ii'iiers, will i::d ii scssiau the
: rim .Monday ana Tuesday of ea ii month. 4tf
Itt. J. tt. MfCKKA,
mviri' i fTtr ri! VSICIAN. Oiliec over U.
.Mathv- A's Hardware Store
. ft IAS it V It Y.
JeverMi.i:ii. Rlaek A Co'. Uruir store.
Fi. c.ia.HS ciotili.-liv lit icasonalile price, -.Sly
i V. TTS.it.
X) jot a? is a?
. . flatts.i:iOit!, fbi aik8.
Offlee on Main Street over Solomon
an' Store. .
nil. II. IK,
' P li YXIC 1 V N' wind SCRIILON. ofT.ce in Fitz-
erli I'.ick. wt.it-It v.i.i i;c oprn uaj or mi:i.
. Si. fci54.i:. ii. I.
PR V VISIN'5 Vll Y.S1C1AN. Office ami Vrvt
Swr.'4am St. near li ird l'latlsaiwuth.fb.
. I'HTSirlAK & Sl-KUKON.
OFVH'K HOCKS, from 10 a. m., to 2 p. m.
:Kumiiii; s.utcon for C. S. Pension.
3l'. A. IIAIlTKiAX.
A I TO RS EY AM' SOLICIIOK.
tlee in thti st.ite"ai.d Federal Court. Kc
;iA. t. MATHKWX
I ' ' ATrOBSItT AT LAW.
;e ever Baker & Atwoml' store, outh side
l Main between &IU iina ttn sircets.-
WHifc H. WISE. .
k -' rOLLJCCTlO.VS H STSCIHLTJ.
' ATTOKNET AT LAW. Real Estate: Flro In
:rHrndCoiiectieu Agency. Oftic. n Fi"
, - era' blJi. Plat t-wnouth. Nebraska. 22W3
: T. , ;
4ifc1. H. K3II11I.
ATIORNSY AT LAW and Real Estate Bro
ker 5pe-il attention Kiven to Collections
:m J1 matters attecting the title to real estate.
r ms td floor over Post Oflice. PlatUmouth.
? - O. II. WHF.iaER A CO.
" 'LAW OFFICE. Real ltate. Fire and Lifela
nnuiei Agels. Plattsii.nuth. Nebraska. Col
lators, ta -paver. Have complete abstract
l unes. iiuy ana sen . y
J. . WlKDUAU.
D, A. CAMPPKI.L.
,-. iriXPIIAltA CAMl'UKLL,
r"- ATTPRMKYB AT LAW.
rf-sa.'euth, - - - - Nebraska.
JAMW .JWOKF.lSOX. W. L. BROWNE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Cass
and idloitiiiii; Counties ; Kives Kpecia. attention
to eoileciions and ahstra is of t:tle. Otnce m
I'itkeraid I'ducW. l'lattmoutli. NebrasKA.
HANSEN &. CHASSOT
, Iiealer iu
Oroctries, i'roviioiis mid
AtiEN 1 KOR 111 E
6E1IMANIA LIFE INHCRANCE COMPANY,
6ERMAN FIRE 1NSVRANCE COMPANY,
MI LW ACKEE M ECU AN1CS MUTUAL,
Milwaukee, Win. f
WESTERN HOUSE AN1 CATTLE IN. CO.,
AMERICAN STEAMSHIP PACK-
v... COMPANY. 5
K ii LRMAN l !.OYI.
sT.AM'.Kii"' !.!ivi:i:i; ii ami;
BREMEN AND NEW YORK.
.a.- ..1 lllLMIk! And Ihrir HEIRS
XV-i I-i HjIIo should ail send for
. .1 ..l,K ipv
wotidei t ui -paper-" THC
ijubiitieil at W .!!-;
iMi'.n 1 t". It contains ione? of the War
i'-urin I ifc scei.es from the p.atUt-in'Id. and u
ilii'ii' i-iii Ihii us f 1 utert"t to our country' dc-
-lenrier "IfcautaiH.s all the Laws ami Instnic
ti.'m. L.;i.tT.n t" in-iors and Bounty for -
ilt.S -.1 .'. t'-rir ! m. Elsht !.!, forty column-.
:!.- T a yer. i..ni pie free. Art-
lr,-- .vK. U jn - -fcu.d er Uox .S Washin'O",
Coatractsrs and Builders.
Tlavioji iariued ourehop and purchased
Steam Fr i ircls saw. c are prepared to du
M Miiilmiteu amouui ol work iu our Hue in a
U those wno contemplate buildiuij will find it
to laeir inierei t sal es-titnates from u before
giving thiir work io other parties. Estimate
-wti va ail kmu ofwork Fuiit ok CuaKO;
I- -.-s-wt .- - J1
nAV-:n I AFDRTM S-SC-i A i
" : '"' '
for Winter wear.
At $3.00 and upwards.
in all .fehapes and styles.
. From 25 Cents to $2.00.
B.'& M. R. R. Time Table.
Taking Effect Nop. 6, 1881.
FOR Oil An A FROM 'pLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves e o a. m. Anlves 8 :5 a. in.
2 :4 p. m. :15 P-
a.m. " ' a:40. iu.
FROM OMAHA FOR FLaTTSMOLTH.
Leaves 8 -jso :u m. Arrives 10 :05 a. m.
7 ;00 p. ra. " 9 P- ' '
" f. :20 p. m. " 7 :.': p. in.
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves I'lattsniouth 9 :20 a. m. Arrives Lin
coln. II :S5 p. in. ; Arrives Kearney, 7: 40 p. m.
leaves ti :55 p. in ; arrive Lincoln 9 p. m.
Fre'.Klit leaves at 9 -.to a. ni. and at 8 :1." p. m.
Arrive at Lincoln at 4 : 66p. in. and 2 :00 a. m.
FROM THE WEST.
Leaves Kearney. 8 :W) a. in. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .oo p. in. Arrives I'lattsnioutU. 3 :30 p. m
Leaves Lincoln 7 a, m ; arrives Flattsmoutn
it :00 a. in. . .
Freight loaves Lincoln at 12 :05 p. ni. and i :45
p. ni. Ariiven at I'latUmoutli at 5 ;35 p. in. and
1 :15:'. ni.
I'ansenger trains leave Flattsmouth at 7 00 a.
in.. eo a. in.. 3 4o p. in. and arrive at 1 acme
Junction at 7 25 a. in., u 'JO a. in. and 4 10 p. in.
FROM THE EAST.
PaffODKer trains leave Pavine Junction at 8 35
a. in. ,8 :2" p. m., io a. in. ami i nc ni -!
mouth at 8 55 a. in.. 6 p. hi. and 10 40 a. m.
It. . R. R. Time Tabic.
Taking E&ett Sund iy, Xovtmber 6, 131.
BLUE HI LL
KK1J CL' l'U.
RI V Kin ON.
F RA N K Ll N.
8 :5f. t
1 . :40
ABHIVAL AXI I T.P. ItTlKr. OK
7. :o p. in. I
9.30 a. in.
8. no a. in. I
3,:) p. in. f
It (i a in
7.:i p. in.
lit..; t a in. i
p. in. j
H.o.i a in.
) 7.00 a. in.
I 3.00 p. 111.
) 8.50 a. 111.
) (-..Lip. m.
3.W) p. Ill
7.00 a. rn
I 7. 1? a. m.
" 2.00 p. in.
i.Ctt p. m
1.00 p. rn
soi; I ttr.KX.
t A TOKVVILLE.
i it. tt. i in.
Nov !0. :
.1. W.' Marshall. P. M.
IP IB S T
OF PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA,
oii" Fitzgerald '
E. o. IK1VKY,
4. W. McLaughlin. .
IOXH O P.OCKKK
This Bask is now open for business at their
lew rHm. corner Main and Sixth alreets, and
is prepared to transact a general
BANKING BUSINESS. .
' Stock, Bond. Gold, Government and Local
Sccuritie ,. '
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits Received and' Interest Allott
ed on Time Certificates. ';' ',
vvailable in any part of the United States and
In all the Principal Towns and Cities i
- . . of l- Hrope. . - , ;
AGEXTSFOn XII i:
km an Line and Allan Line
OF HTKAMItlte. i
Person wishing to bring out their friends from
PURCHASE TICKETS FROM C8
Through to Plattsnouth. ,
r ii e
WEEPING WATER BANK
or ..i:i iiros.
This Rank U now open for the transaction ol a
Banking Exchange Business.
Rereived. and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Crawn, and available in the principal towns
aud cities of the United States and Europe-
t -1 i ''AfftnXor I?1 celebrated
fl r ,i
w JJ1UU UAtUlVUlilVlUi
l urchase your tickets fryn us.
Through from E urqpe to an v
Point in the West. . ;
EKED BROS.. tKfi Weeping Water. Neb.
Ni;W J5IUCK VAHI).
I have now a new Brick-Maker from the east
Firsl-Class' Workman. !
130.000 No. 1
Now Ready and for sale. Come and Exaroire
them for Yourselves. If ifcey
fall on a man off goes ' -
xi Lead. t
Will Not lie Dnisrsoll for a Qnaitttr o&ti
I am also cow ready to Contract for
",i all kinds of. buildings and to pa; : -
" '" ''. tnyanjr kind of work in
' , ; JERRY II A RTMAN. h
At y place on Washington Avenue or at V , '
S. White'e StQre on iTaln'Street, riattsniouthi f
Kelmutka. - - . .45m3 i!
R f coriperdayat home. Sample worth
L0 Sfree. Addrtw, STLS80.V & Co.. '
' ' lI
$2.00 and upwards.
Merino, Scotch and
From 2" Cen ts to SL.oO.
ETC., KTC, K.TC,
Of All Descriptions.
METALLIC BURIAL CASE.
Of all :ies, ready made and sold cheap for cash
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage
nvite all to call and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
131 f. ITItXTI'm: AMI COKFIXM
Sole Appointing Ay utfor
. The I'nrlvalled IShhoii &. Hamlin
CABINET ORG AyS.
Al?o Pt.ttP Apent for the Ileciy F Miller and
W. C. Emerson Co. Pianos.
at office. Leonard V Art Gallery, Main St.
, .Music Scholars '
Will do well to examine our
New 3Iason & Hamlin
- 2 3
s! 3 m
S-3 C "
3 p .r
s S a:
a x s
S, o a o
MONARCH BILLIARD HALL!
In I!;p basement of Merges' Store,
n.ATT.SMoUTII, ... NEBRASKA.
On door east of the P. O.
Rooms Newly Fitted up Wiw
SFAV JIOXAIICII TAEII.KM.
On hand al tiie counter.
It is a widcand sparious Hall ; plenty of room
for pl;;yer t.nd seats for vi.-itors.
P. B. MURPHY,
.Successor to Sack Biiotii ki.ss.
"jVWAli e';HHEET IRON, '.IS
At .SliO old !;ilid c.ppn,si;e Hie u w iiv. .
(A Medicine, not a Drink.) .
hops, nrciir, 21axduake,
.. .. PANDEUOX,
-AKDTm FnHKT AXDl?KSTfErI?At.QrAU-
liu ur ll orukg Bimiu.
A'l Tteseof theStoTnscti. Howels. Flood, '
i.lvor, UiUm-yw, nd I nimryOrpan.. Ncr-
v SIOOO IN COLD.
be rwtd for a ease they will not enre er
litlp, ur for am tiling impure or lujunoun
foiiud in Uivm.
Asl!Tm:r dnipp!f.t.for Hrp Bitter and f r
theiii Uore yua alovp. Take n oliitr.
D t. C. U a ahsol'ite and In-cslst t-le enre for
. DrunkeuDc, use of opium, totatco and
Sssi rox Cibctub.
MY FINE HEARSE j
above tnid hy dnr.-kt.
Oof Btttera U 0, R.iteUr, N. V., & Toronto, OoV.
$4-00 and upwards.
.'79 r? ''50 ;?cr Suit.
SudiB-si k1b to
-EEETOf (Tn TO)
welIieel SIse ilr4 laearest gfioss to receive a
Heal Boom et9 valued at L9 second nearest
gncKS t10 ia Cash, 3d nearest guess Caslt.
Successor to KrilLTJiiiTL & 'lt:.MAN.!
M iuufactun rs :f
" T' --rrisro ""f
( And dealers in
SMOKERS' FANCY ARTICLES, RMOKINt:
T 0 A C C 0 .
Social BRANDS and sizes of CIGARS i;,ade t
order, and satisfaction ji'.:::v.4i:trt-(i. Cisai
clippings Ktdd for sinnir- '!)iicco.
Mai- Street, one door vrosi i U. S. Duke's store
fff.posite ,Poi? iifPxc,
I'LATTjHi'JTlI, XEB. Im3
aguir. comes to the fiont with tt mag
' nificent line of
for his winter trade.
Ir. O'Kourke is known far and
wide as a first-class
CUTTER AND FITTER.
Kvery garment warranted to suit
in every particular.
Every one who really wants a good
fit, calls on him. '-Go .thou and do
Shop opposite the Court House, on
lower Main St.
NEW FORNITOBB STORE !
HARRIS & UHRUH,
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kiud of ponds usually kept in a
IICWT I,AM FCnXITI ItE STORE
Fnnsral G33ls. Mas, Casfcets, Rotes.
Special attrntion piven to the proper c;ue of
t-ie .l..;i.. iurht or dav. a lir-t -cht lie:tr"e and
" nin'-. wiih personal attendance whenever
lesircd, Cii.viiiiK.s always krasoxable.
South NiVfr Lftuyr Main Strrtt.
?itl3 PLATTiOUTH. NEB.
s e s a 9 g
W8 u d h
Has i !ii.n.-il frt.m faln tr.T-t f tlie In u-e rf
FRANK N I EM AN,
. n-.J.f.t-li -I.iUi.s.n's il lume, where
v7e vvill Aivays'Do Found
; f re, rca iv fur a;! ktud.sof
I th'. tin-,- t j-iv" us a e.-,ll, bett-r moms,
'.t'.i-r p!-!c, want more work and can do
YOU ALL JUSTICE.
;-jeiiti r Hie change and dn't forjiet this
.u.T!isi::e!.L VM. B. KKOWX.
..!?v:d7&re, Cdtlsry, Nails,
Iron, Wngun Mocli,
Iron, Wood Stock, Pumps,
" " '. D it- JA RDEN HEEDS, ROPE,
-Jl AH, KINDS OF SHEET
IRnX WORK, Kept in stock.
All Work Warranted.
lt $S.00 and upwards.
From IS Cents upwards.
fee tsskesa down
Janiea A. Garfield.
The fllowiiicr poetk-al cotitribulions
to tlie Huston (J obe on the d ly of Pres
ident (t uru-ld'a funeral are worthy oi
Walt Whitman entiles hia effort
'ThVi Sobbing of !he Iills."
Tfce soi b:ng-of the tM s, t:ie sullen death
i cws v-rj h r ,
The slu "i er- rui e. t - r npnrt o 1h p p'c,
(Full ueli t icy k..ew t at m 8 ngein thed li
Full w 11 e;u n tiie sad r 'V rt e'at: 'ng)
Th! pi-Ionai 10 ad 1 g el:y to city,
J ini ur, soun lngr. p ' n.'.
Th 6e heart-be.-is f a na -1-ti i:i the nlhf.
Joaq ifn Mill rtout i u la as foTowst
Fro n c u my da p. wiile l os mod weet
Wh'reun a e 1 hf rMi hew i h vr.iy
For w rl Is i f-llo-.v, v.l h ster zos; -
Wbo.e pr ed ol i m:ip! n v. okc rrny,
Dfop-searrod fem ret m?n ton to rest
Wh -re t ii the quail, where .iiir. !is p'ay
Th:-. ugrh t .esi tr e , with nuts f..r toy,
A l y ti s f .ita c iea:- cy ! mid tall,
A " sh u! t.iy, a 'ii i i:l bur.
Vet c incly ns t s in o:' S. u
A i y. all r endies, po r, i.iik.i. xr.i.
Vet h-.-ir-a' par nt o.siir.i e.
L-! F'-c d -"'s Me din;r s ci ii"icl
S like s ne t i i o k ft p t-t w.i
B M e ih : t-.i-iei t c m : e i s
Now at :ai , ra "-l.r .i cd t 1 ; ? e.
A r.a'I "i k ;e'!s i h sir' m e 'es
.A ii ui 1:1 sup: 1 cn.e: t ie r r o;
A n-t io i h::il i im t y t . h d
A na i nsobiu. u l t'hj.
1 h o .ly !ry eves :n th 1-ii1
Now at f e lau I f in r.re his.
Why s.i uld wo (ir y'i 0! d k". v th bc't,
Taa. thisirra :d, i at c.i 8 ul sh u drear.
Th 3 w rld is rnunl. Ta - w icl hns rua
Full ci els. N w, ii h 1 1 a prave
Bfoeati t !e old 1 ved tr -eslj d lie.
T. e lru:d o ik li t up ilrn wave,
A 8'ilcmn wela ino bac c. Thr; b.uve
Old map es murmur, everyo' e.
Rjceivc him earth." In leu e -'.and.
As In thi" carter "f each h- ar;
As in the hollow of G d's ho d
The coffi i Milk. Ai.d with it ? art
All party haK-s. Niiw, not in vaiu,
He bore bis p ril and nard p tin.
There'orc,. I B tr. re jotce. I pay
Tiie lesson of his 1 f w.n much.
This boy tbt wo.i, as 1 i a day
The wi.rtJ'a hea-t u ter'y a toi:ch
Of tenderness a.d t' a s he p ig-e
Of history gr.i-.vs rich from such.
His niv e ;b3 ii;.t.'o 's hcritave.
B it Oh! ms sou. e wee: a iel's v lice
Spake Oiis bravo do th h it 1 uc.n d ui aH.
Ti;erff r , I ay. r J icc-1 ri j i.-l
F.un hlirh h : fla s! iut l y ill i alll
liol ail is to;-ih l est f r a': I
A Busy Han.
A Milwaukee man, while in Chicago
recently, sent a bouquet of flowers to a
relative in a Wisconsin town, and when
lie heard from tliem they had arrived
four days after being shipped, wilted
and dead. He was mad, and in talk
ing it over with a railroadman the rail
roader said: "You must not expect
too much of an express agent. Now,
that bouquet had to pass Junction,
and I know the express aent there.
He is the depot acetit, express agent,
keeps a restaurant, is postmaster, acts
as switchman, iielps unload freight,
checks baggage, kci-ps a store, works a
team on the road, drives passengers to
adjoining towns, is sexton in a church,
buys country produce, keeps the hay
scales, runs the caucuses of both polit
ical parlies, goes out shooting chickens
with hunters, keeps a pool table, has a
mill for grinding sugar-cane, aud runs
a hop-yard, besides helping his wifa
run a millinery store. Now a man that
has as much business as th.it ought to
be excused for letting a bouquet re
main iu the express office a week or
ten days." The man wi.o sent the iou
qu t of llowers said, come to think of
it, thfy were nitg- ty lucky to get t lie
Cowers at all, and lie would apologize
for any words he might have spoken in
the heat of debate. 'What Ihe country
wants is a diversity of industries.
reck' 8 Sun.
or 't'.ie Cure of Coughs, Colds.
r-:rvs?, v.rouy, Asthma, Eron-
t- roT-irprCourh, Incipient
- .i:'.it)a an i for the relief of
" ; 'ive person? in advanced
rithc Disease. I or Sale Sj
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B ir.g onco iu company with a mother
and her tmee chil iren, we observed
one of tl.em, a boy about six years old,
who was pariiculariy unruly and mis
chievous. At one net of his rudeness
his mother, being somewhat excited,
turned to him and threatened to punish
him severely if he should repeat it. In
a few minuies the little fellow did pre
cisely the same thing, and as the moth
er did net notice it, we ventured to say
to him: "Did you not hear your mother
say she would punish you, if you did
that again?" The urchin, with the ex
pression of a brav.ido on his counten
ance, quickly replied: "I'm not afraid;
mo: her o;ten says she'll whip me, but
siie d m1! do it." The mother smiled,
as if her little boy had really said a
sm:trt tl in'j; but, alas! she was teach
ing him a lesson of inmbordinalion
whi.h would probably make her heart
ache. Mother, never unnecessarily
threaten; but when you do threaten, be
careful not to falsify your word.
Bulls from German Papers.
"After the door was closed, a soft
female foot slipped into the room, and
with her own hand extinguished the
'The chariot of revolution is rolling
onward, and gnashing its teeth as it
"The Ladies' Benevolent Association
has distributed twenty pair of shoes,
Avhicli will dry up many a tear."
'I was sitting at the table enjoying a
cup , of coffee, when a gentle voice
tapped me on the shoulder. I looked
around and saw my old friend."
Sing! '"Up in a Balloon, boys!"
"Down in a Cranberry Bog" is a com
Sirs. Effic Barmore, of Rockland Lake,
N. y., a short timo aiO celebrated her
102rt birthday. In 1803 she wa3 married
to NathanicfB irmore, whodiedin 1870.
She has livd tif y-one grandchildren and
sixty-three great-grandchildren. At
present there are living of her descend
ants, and those united to them in
marriage, 120 uersons
Plain and Fancy Back,
From $8.00 to $20.00.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
S. & C. MAYER . Next to Car ruth's.
1882 THE GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. 1882.
In Us prospectus for 1581 the U lobe-Democrat
announced with pride aud natUfactioo the
election of Gen. Garfield and the belief that
his administration woulJ be so wisely counsel
ed mid o well conducted that It would give a
new lease of power to the parly under which
ttie nation had grown free, stronu and prosper
ous. The vile baud of au assassin has mice
turicken down the good and gifted man who,
w liile we wrote a year ao, vtood on the thresh
old of the Presidential utlice, iu the prime und
visor of manhood, with a future full of honor
able promise to htmself and his conntry. ihe
high trust which the people had reposed In him
was dropped by the palsied hand of death
wheu but a small part f Ihe great work upon
which he had entered had been accomplished.
But to quote his own memorable words when
the saddest of all American Irauedies was en
acted, nearly seventeen years a;o. "God
reigus, and the Government at Washington
The mantle which was voted to .lame A.
Gaitield by the people falls upon Chester A.
Arthur uuib-r the, Constitution of the United
States, and there is every reaen to believe
that he w ill worthily wear it. He was almost
the unanimous choice of the Chicago Conven
tion for Vice President, and bis name and ef
forts contributed perhaps more than anything
elxe to the success of the Republican ticket lit
the State of New York. He is a man of broad
views, fully informed on ail public questions,
and he enters upon ttie duties of his ullice de
termined to discharge them honestly and con
scientiously, 'ihe Globe-Democrat pledges
him its cordial susport iu every good word and
work for the couutry and lor the Kepublican
party. We hope and believe that under his
prudent and skillful leadership tin; evil spirit
of faction will disappear from the ranks of the
party, and that unity and harmouy will prevail
in ail its counsels. This end once sccursd
there can be no dout ol future ticce(S. A large
i. ajority of the ieople of this couiiliy are Re
publicans in sentiment and sympathy, and
nothing but internal discord can imperil our
triumph at the polls w hile the choice is be
tween Republicanism aud Democracy.
The Glooe-Democrat has no new declaration
of urinciples to announce. It can fairly ank
judgment a to the future from the record of
the past, it stands firmly by the platform of
the parly ou all national questions : believes in
tiie equal lights ( all men in law and politics ;
a suud cuneiicy witli au hoiient silver dollar
for part of it ; a well-regulated tariil. giving
protection without eucounigiug monopoly, and
a vyrteui ol popular education so liberal that
ignorance and illiteracy t-hall be inexcusable.
These are the main questions upon which Ihe
two great parties are now divided the Demo
crats oppose and the Republicans nl'irin as to
each of th propositions wo have named
While Hilly appreciating the magnitude of
national Issues, ihe Globe-Democrat w ill not be
unmindful of t lie importance ol questions
which Hlleellhe Went, and especially the
Male ol .disBoiiri. Among tiie e is immigra
tion. We shall do all we possibly can to en
cour.ige Europeans seeking a home on this
side of the Atlantic to Investigate the claims of
Ibis grtat State its line climate, iu fertile
roil, and its re:it mineral reourees. Evcrj
thingisgood here except political domination,
liourbon Democracy iethe loe of lumiigi al i-m
in MivMiuri, as it always has been in Kent u-ky
and iu other .state?. A Republican ielorviu
the Slate would do more to encourage the best
clas of Immigrants to come w ill. in our borders
than can be accomplished iu any oilier way, or
through any other agency. T he'leaveu is work
ing, and we have fault in'its cticccs within a
few years, in the meantime we shall not for
get that while Republicanism is h help to im
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States who move West iu pui-Miit of more
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dustrious foreigners who come hem for home
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