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Rates o1 Subsoription. OM To .................·· ·... $2 50 l as e ntbtb................··... 154~ uro bsritpkoa Sk1 faor lobe than 6 ggaths J .J&N. 1% 1i88. OWE 1dke.-CGrit y, Esq. of t s path i ts the d y nthodzed I b ýmw cAsoa in Venom par. aflotuactunmad. by hi. will 3.8d T sd * oa by s. * 'ial [acririikcnr ill be urted ii ti.paper hereafter, utsn W.O kllAt8WU0 becomse security or the advetisinsg bill, which mut he pidon M WIST ", RTION, or i6#wiltt bde cd aued. N.9mseeu.om Notice, such w Ap gsleatlom to Admatster, ling pro MamIr~ 0o final Aaoungt, will be Wikini I~oa nur cnsm mcau. us.. acoompmartl by the 1.. for pbllestlou -43 Oar $sb IbipSIou price has been ujuses eto Two Douns, sad cub r4'wa r ho Waid. THIS PAPERE a"d" anwsm AzLtans.s Swa(m o fil 8pru _A1t1H AND CITY NEWS. S3. Thwvw Ei.. an bem smo ,Igfe on tLb utdf of Lbe VfioAnor· SLoe bs reportr. We would b phree to ba" our patroms indite gIhI1.sl )UIbrme oftpObUM lster.' St Imgbelrgw~oeuv a u borhbnnd.; Iwdip hr HWlslipr.m hYuMaabouw, Cloutiervlle, $1 0O Q D. DNsuae. 200 be 100 UI . u too &I=" Prod~ oes0ne 200 S MCAL OLAtW JINrnW. node oheaperI s dowsward! r~q-olot for lonemt dtb dstl cloudy mad warm, husk iees budding and gras emrrls tie. Wspeagsamleour eleka whiob lear be a hofor toI ted atMlmses to our State. g Iham toned dowm em b Usliaybilaulty mad bas one aggleemd4 the seur tenor of its a. n$ *9 laowm om a solm. Chtew Jacso.'s Bst Swat. Navy Sita..g, N1ev. 1tf. L s . oswum hes removed, ti w.Se sl m door sto ro. W. laii's eea seoed sreses, whore he s o plissed to moet all psesuns duleshe aiuse lI law. mas m bileb d ialUos of so. Miesg i tbhmerelbates This I L Mr. . A. W taus s. kaie supplying youselves with mb mlsIe.s a udW i0..sill tollow, at the Market Reouge. s6i~ a Good ews from bhoe." Lumumsee have been plentiful 1lf hibeasusee private soirees 1M : ,eq enW , besides colas IM'ed ew pyear's eve ball. l and theatrical per. tll ehltoeheh is not -O edle L. I hraem sand, that popular or. tia herie. bas recently thor. 41r, orpean'ted mand elected j as Director, still . oM Moere. It may be a permanent institutIon. Slest proposes to vift our bIhaats as soon a. timI IU iiMk, ad salk to them about l iSeher liema of Inasest. He iu s weleomd Sad duly In e all soldWIei of a gnal o love CA Me40os iwe hai k Is hosit ai"w aBMI , whisk gp e to se mew order of thing. ._ e testter. Notwlthestad. Mihm bWailty duriag the the were no mets of vio ~ti t shook the coae SApl o Moisnae IRolern, b iub4 se.. at MElcO s A 'a lomal ead em . hie srieslpt lo ge~kalbaes bo d the m win hisd --rrlr toshi~umskW~ We.aw a ewOdumeae getlei. attempting to penobulatoe our Sstreets last Monday morning.. He SBosily gave up in desair, with the remark. "If bis had lappend in New Orleans, I would not have been surprlsed, but If any one had told me that it was possible i , NMtlltoohee, I would not have bellered hie." Duting the storm last Monday moroing Old Cane raised Cain, by going on it huge bender of its own. f1 be water rose, to almost navigable proporttons-foot bridge were swept Sawa much so the ditmay of pede.. I trians; boats left high and dry, went on cruise of their own without erews; the stream was angry, turbulent anu' full of strift wood. PFrhaps such a su'llen rl.,Ju ha aseldum taken plaee In Its usually placid history. It had slace simoleren down conisilerably, This Local greets the patrons of the VINDICATon with a hearty good will and maLy wlshes for their Indi vidual and collective health, hap piness and prosperity. He earnestly asks their co-operation in all items of local nature whlih may prove of interest. With some alagivings as to his ability to make the local de. partment as attractive as it should be, s lit he hopes eventually to gain the approval and commendation of the readers of the VIxnciATos. Thus he makes his bow to the publlio. Certainly this locality boasts a very peculiar atmosphere at this season of the year. The frogs pipe their tuneful lays in the ponds and streams; humanity goeth about per spiring muobly, and clerks, store keepers and even the street loafers doff their coats and vests, to follow their various occupations; particular ly is this the case with the loafers, chose labors are the moseet erous We arb sorry to record the fact that on last Tuesday. while C. F. DsA v, Ja, Js., son of our esteemed fellow oltisen C. F. DaAnourr, was dis mounting frm a hone, with a dou ble-barrelled shot goo, the weapon sooideally splods, d blowlng of the Iltdloge oef hi left head. HBli eebape from deathwaselose and al- , meeost miraculous. The Baptist church of this place is to begin a series of meeting at the Firemen's Hall on nest Friday ilght, the 16th inst. Rev. W. 0. Friley, a Missionary of the Baptist State Con ventie, is to be wish us, Oar ftlends and the pubnli gnerally are eardial· ly iavrted to attend. V. 0. Coneonma, Pastor. D. O. Seaorosoex. 1sq., our tal onted, young and newly elected Dis trieAttorney, recently mlssr)eo ly disappeared from his aeoustomed haunts. The onet we hear of him, is his arrival l BShreveport. And then. rsie diet I that he has quit baeherledom, and become a happy Benedlot I He has united his destiny, In the lottery of life, with Miss LvcR PWan, one of the fairest dasters of Wareu , Ark. Da, may you' lws lad that seemses a you ro ne ' phusln whblOb has always ecom* pealedyou as member ofthe br. May very joy and happlles attend you, is tho wish of ibis Loes. Ten his room mate is left disnsolate. Sapd do Ikewisll is our advicl. Ih OtvetI, on orn street, withi lhtal fefs aqeres opehlemg dove- 1 iospedapo*r deatin theiao esrm whib astoonbhed the "aLtives." a e' water poured fort with a roar wblb could be heard for squares I It dn chasnel lato the bottom of I Old iUae, which is wonder to be- I hold. T ounlgoling water reseom bled a mInestOure Nigarau, with a forcesnoulent to rue a good sied egrltmlM, with wa ter w ies This Loes nottced the water reanning be I nestth thcqueduet, and mucb fers, I from the eonsueotlon of the ewer. I that thi ty hasu built a elephant. I However, the dranlage was rapid ad a eFetlve under the tremeadous fall I uf rain of last Maday mornint . a lest Wednesday evening the Natoh. itoobes Brass Band, nader the lead. 1 ership of that poplar mueslna, Prot. Eo. Pah on. paid a visit to the Hon. N. J. CamuosOat's realdense end serenaded thise popular lader of Demooracy, and his bride, eo their departure for the ecty, The t Band were hospitably entertained by I the Senator and b fair ladyul, who, by the way, looked as bright jand beautiful as a Opring rowse, and toests were drank and the Senstor repoan bed in his usual complmentasry style to the Band. The nest viat ws to the Bon. D.C( . SeasUeOre, Distriet Amttorney eleot to hnor of his return with hble bride. fhbiswe at the resdence ofCosas. . 'lmaau or, Esq. Here the Band r were agaln wleomed and soon the poppllg of eoampagne eorks tett-I ed what was ocseurring. Mr. eas scasun muade an appropriate s poese to oongratulatory addressee and tenes. Alougether the etealg , ws a psasmad ne, d gee to prove ha d t ihe d kaeehow to appreate ther hends I ad tesdei a gomplisent to Nasoltoobs5' ho* 1 The**0tberts"O oted therengdge. meate arday mt l with a been remarked as the very bees o "sho "towl" In Lhins o We heia mow t, I mode treepe illed; sops and srealned haemdmsey mthr he frm sad they ilsajner themselves fhe "Gilbeto a to he use* tmkow batea. . .,st~ s ,- " ,,,, . .': '. rv hek the 1hil pavements; tiov. e priv(at peimisei, -and inc'ave. e aleoluge the pedestrians of our city, s by their depredations. Cannot the o city ordinances be enforced against e these public pate Let the marshal , watch these perpetual nuisanles. If the men who commit crimes againat the laws and peace of this State could have witnessed a scene in our parish prison, which is a as tural sequence of conviction, whichb Soccurored last Tuesdayr eve, hey would shun a vlolatise ot t.sta-i Stutes, and pursue hoes avocations. Scene-omciala standing around: A brawny blacksmith with chisel, ham. Smer, bracelets anud chales. Then the dull thud of the descending blows; the ring of clinching the bolts; the rattle of the linked chains and two more llnked together bound for the I State Penitentliary, "it may be for 1 years t may b, forever." That's enough for one, who is not hardened to the commission of deeds of crime, y to deter him forever. Such saeae * are more forcible in their effect than r pleasant In their reality. Experoieae and observation have deconstrated that where a busines I house prospers and pgown, it Is I through honesty and fltelity to the I Interests of their trade. In business as well as in common life it is equal ly true that honesty is the best pol icy to pursue. The great seed house of D. M. Fnae & Co., Detroit, Mich. has grown up from small beginaltgp, and we take it that it is an lndia tion they are a reliable house whose representations may be trusted, and whose goods are first-lass. Their Seed Annual for leso s a beautiful book, as large as a magazlne and containag a wonderful amount of information. Itlsglves awy farto any who apply for it. Bead to trsem for your heed and you may depend upon It you will get the best that the market can supply. I I any oe deeind aformation, as to the neessiety of the Court Houm needing repairs, he should harve viltadsi th lek's boe last Mon day morning. The Clerk's desk and end of the room wer delegd with water; his books, papers and docu ments almost a mass of pulp, torn saturation. He expressed his views of the condition of the Court Howu oullding in no unmeasured ter s. The trouble that the valley on the north side of the bolding is badly I behe; the water pets through Is. to the ourt soom, themse through the floos nlato the lower rooms. Al ready the plastering s gone, the lathing rotting, sad unless soon ro palnd will cao the parish huadreds Sotdolla While on thblis subject, It might as well be stated, that the Bull's eye on the weter end of the Imll8 is open; the ral has poured laad a large seeooo o the ceiling of our truly beautiful court roos has falles. he same may be said of the upola, whose windows are bro bheand left open. During the re esatstor thre herst ad seeeon loors were fooded with wear. tad tlling aIlang attested the damage done. While in the court room, last Tubs day, a large quaity of the hseig on theaseth sde of the eourt rooma tfell wIth a crsb and fore seSolent to "ave killed ay one eneaoe it. This leas liso sodlipoeb4 to lh weptleus, but It somethng I noet rpidly does -to seuroe and repair our reUlly . aellent Court Hose I wlU evtst-[ allycause out tax pysre thosadids of dollars. It has eost enogh al ready. Let our Police Jury ives Itate the matter. The VmIDUoaeoa's Local will gladly and most liUngly aid the work. liver News. We are without direst lalortlon athslLosisa b new hread at the bellows but lear laldeally that the river is rislg. The flood of last Sunday slghtand Mooday morning seems to have had a benecolal lI uece on old Rd and I "tributa hre. This l evidaMed by the faot thatthe eaergetle I. T. (oare rushlng their bnats lnto the streeam. with viet la order to arry out the long aoomualated rop. In this secton, the morebhats and platers a praylng for a OuCtuuaxa, "eharms he anever so wisely" or that they may heas r the BLL, the nerry bell whosrnag has an eeheanteatt forour communlty. The Jm 1. Is looked for asa BSL. whoem rig ha never been sur passed ln this neighborhood. Diok Mtonci, Oeo C. Hiamllton and T. J. Dot0l wl o wanmely elcmead when their champloe steame ists our locality. Already is it bruited abroad that the loeal Bras Band will add their eorts tothe weleome. At latet dates the river above wuoe a rapld riem. Old Bed, will eventually awa he from her lethargy, SChOOL NIOTIC. I haer commenced a ten months sea sion at the pbliUe Academy in Natchite shee. Them is yet room fr shabout ten meroe papils. Terms as befom eadvertised. Woald he gld to meve tis additional I eumber of ,hildren. Seesle eads Oct. 17th, IWI. OEO. . EOOLGG TON, Jam. 10-St. Teacher. Fee. darwetd hlieh, mav.enmar wsn ac am ma iPao. FLaU, Isna msrslnauhgu Vo. essa tmoa r&osum . "Wh sea Iver t Terpid, *,* ..-. h.h" ' THE STORM KING A3BOAD-HE (OMVS IN HIS WRATH-THE CITY FLOODED STREETS BLOCKADED - BRIDGES SWEPT AWAT-DWELLINOG DELUGED-SCENES AND INCIDENTS. Lasst Sunday night at nearly twelve o'clock this aeotion was visited by one of the most tremendous rain storms ever known In this aeotion. All nialght long the rain fell In per. feeot torrents. Blindlaing flsehe of lurl4 lilghlog, lit up the Egyptian darkness accompanied by the thuan der's deep Into nations. When dawn came and light shone once more upon the falling sheets of water, the scene was one of drearlness and de. solatlon. The streets were flooded with water. Hitherto dry thorough. fares were mtnlture lakee; bridges were swept away; boxes and barrels were floating along thoroughfares. as if on a long voyage bent. Citizens were hindered from reaching their places of business; miniature cats racts poured through hitherto dry private yards; merchants waded to their stores; and even private rested idences were Invaded by the angry watere to the consternation of the Inmates, and the damage of the nhouehold Peasoes The damage must have been con elderable to private reeldences, but the city suffered greatly in bridges washed awayand other destruction. CiOtizens, early Monday morning, at tempted to reach the market-house at the Intersection of Church and Second streets, opposite the court. house. Down Church street poured Sanangry lake of water. In grat anxiety they gathered on the couart boue eorner, and gazd at the desr Baven. The butchers mounted on Itheir benches and hallooed to the eapectant crowd outside, as the foor of the buallding was covered with the accumulated fluid. Two prominent lawyers attempted to reach their of nfloe. One asked this local bhe picked up some bricks, for stepping stones, could'nt he make the rifle. We tod him to try It, but aterlin el ctual attempts he desisted. An other very prominena member of the frateralty eam up econd street wlthi alght of his legal abode an topped la consternation. He finally baled a bread ast, moated, drove p tothe gallry of his osoe, and very unadgalAedly liabed over the saliage. IaIdats like these were too num erous to mention. Eves this looal climbed over lees through private yards toreob his place of buliness. The whole city was one ae of seething angry waters. Bu a rain ll has not been known here for many years, and the least estimate made of it was eioht inches. Perseasl. ThisLoal hs had the please of metin, durlink the past Mr. A. Mnsaovam end Mr. Vsoron k. osor, of 0loutlervlle. L P. B3m&, elQ., the newly elect ed sherIlE showed his famlliar "phits" about town le Tuaseday. Ovas Trhhcatu. Nsq., one of the old Demoortio war horses, squeeSed dur dt gl aeist Tueeday. Mr. 0. RP r, honoled tbie lool with a kindly grasp this week. Thanks Obkrley. Mr. Huuurn w in town on theeth and ws cordllaly weleomed by his may friends. He isa rare visetor. Mr. 0. D. DBLauw, of Clotlerville put In u o appearano thle week, with his complimeante to this oSe. J. Auaom Pasunouti, Esq., of the lower coast, was In our cty this week, soad as usual paid ua vilit. The Hon. D. O. Ucaasaonuon and lady arrived In our ity hlast Wed needay. Hone was rmrly greeted by his eonumenous friends. Our frilead DN Isa popular man. aest Wednaeday W. P. Hu., Esq., violted our eit and ordiallly msl ted this loal. He is loolkng after the iot "loaves" or some air dsaughterof the land. We are sun peolou of Dlistri AttorUaneys, just now, but always glad to meent our youQn and talented. late Distriot Attorney. Hen,. P. Huamn, Eoq., Attorney as May, I.,, squeezsd our diglte with a truly ftriendly mgrasp. We wers pleased to have him eal on ua. DI. oau, ftom Grant Plarih was Inr our c Ity lus Wedneday ad gave s arlipof his right digits Amongtlthevlsto whom we hbad th please of moeeting this week, wonere Mr. Maasw HaeMs and Mr. ueoraeu lmsro. they naevr ht get the Vsucaon. The amrish Ceart Tkhe arish Court eoveed st Monday, bus adjourned over unil the 11th last., o as ount of the ma seon of the Distriot Court, after tram . asctle some Prbte bueess. Judgeds J. M. B. Tuur always promp ia opeslghiaourt, u d never falto' ntLa attedane. His preame dook et is a somewhat basvy one. Thee have been several praleml nsar eaminls before his oneor I I n.M. L Tomfor Insigements of thoe ls. ThbeftMrwathatefSntt y. B3rL AUle~, wh4 chmrget. with mbeemk ent, After due . I I henes was that ofll Wight,! mled. eaulred to euoe bedal the ona e i s h appeaane beime the HDistriCourt Fonmen Annumawme iA , Ommas.-P. &L Malmsten,.pors. hir . a. " at-al . This Courtis still engaged on the civil docket. We note the follow. tlg prnoeedlngs since our last re port.: Wid. Jules Maricelli vs. Heirs Ma rleelli. Petition find. Rule taken on defendants. Judgument signed. H. Jaff vs. E. H. Hoaner et ale. Tauzin interv.uor. Default favor of lutervenors Remy Sylvie, Hamilton and Howard. Against plaintiff de feadant and latervenor Tauzin. In terventIon Wm. Jockson filed. An swer of H. JaIff to all interventions. Case pending. O. W. Kearney vs. Frank Prue. Answer lled. Continued on am8da vlt of defendant. Sarah M. Hansell, natural tutrix, vs. J. P. Broadwell et al. Judgment vs. defendant Broadwell. Continued as to Timon. Lehman, Abraham & Co., vs. J. N. Wolfson. Plea in reconvention filed. Continued. L. N. Lane vs. Payne. Kennedy & Co. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs. Eliza . Kalne vs. Alfred Patterson. Contlnued by consent. Richard McLean vs. T. F. McLean. Judgment per agrement signed. Srate vs W. J. Collier. Carrying concealed weapons. Convicted. Fla. ed $5 and oosto. Mary L. Page vs. Mattie Lewis et al. Motion to dismimiss. Appeal over ruled. Taken under advisement. Elizabeth Walmsley vs. J. C. John son. Continued by consent. Arcalina Eracal vs. Alfred Mayeur. Judgment favor plaintiff granting divorce. Jane Hederson et al. vs. L. G. Barron. Continued by consent. Mayorand City Council of Natch Itookes vs. Leon Greneaux. Judg amet agalnst securities Ambrosinoe Tauzia, Jules Duoasse, Admnlistra tor, and A. H. Lecomte. W. H. Ltchford & Co., vs. L. Charleville. Default. Thos. J. Bickma t alt. vs. May P. Dawson and husband. Continued by coonat. New Advertisements. Dr.TUTT'S Exptorant I I StOTS. AIO SI BOTTLES. Uwe -Ales. -o R. J F. H. AYWOOS, a New Tmk, Mrleadily blars it. -READ WHAT NE SAYts ,er I this ýn 1 rwit.e hr ve hswL. wateceer oaf ar . wew h A NEWSPAPER PUS. WRITS. Mid tsrrlble NIGHT SWEATS. Dr.: w ir-I'UT iý_ib'i~.ý"It=ee ýýýýratt;;G~c~. Nsmphlsait.wIbb.UUL IMPiMTMTr qUEsTIUs. iair, hes ym eaht s coMd Are ye rn hto fs thu phlgm? Mawe yoe as toas. tll the abhort A oM of ous oe sson# tbmeuupawfnbdaers 30 705 imem • ;ot hes a ree a dose of' Trtt's mpsctorabt; jOn wiUmoo lto rese the phlsgm. luaw boua repeat lthe Zpseatoer m , plae shot Iron to the feettae tweerod hu P Yol T will soon tall into a ,sleep ad was, up is the ,mraesi, as. , l a pg ofreely; are ath. a the boel movlna g in atum al manner. pewet s return of these symptom. me the O, 35 Murray Street, N. Y. ' tiFLhk8 ,TU ,LS T~L ILLSL NU a y t..Now York. JAMES C. MOISE. PHOTOGRAPHS -AND PSmTIAIT fAINTEL H ? erra ATUIDT ,e 8W Cd~i. mse, .e. plu S, " ,*, Othi slms I, pupt. 'F "'i~kwrorr~ PEBIODIOAId. SNOW It THE TIME TO 8UB IRIBE FORB VIANK LE ILIE'S Seuday lagazuie, As tlhe Jan u1Tay tunitnber, just issued, CoIUUlIICes liliu saelnthi volIum of this dcservedly popular periodical. It is a brilliant Holidaty Nmnber, and the con I tents huriiah a rich literary banquet. Noteworthy amtnong the solid articles are, "The Persecution of the Huguenots," by Alfred H. Onernisey; "Antioth in Syria,' by Godfrey A. Hudson; "Caves and Cave-dwellers," by Arthur Grahame, etc. Those who enjoylighter reading will be delighted with "Chrysalis and Butterly," "The Governor's Dinaler" by Edward Everrett Hale, "Be.be, the Nailmaker's Daughter," by the author of "Gideon's Rock," "Miss Olive's Boys," by Mrs. Robert O'Reilly, etc., etc "Cihristmas Day," and "From Thauksgiving to l Christmas," and Mrs. Phrynne'w "Santa Clause," are excellent and tiately. Young people have inot been overlooked, and will find pleasant reading in "Fre die uTsnutou's Trust," "Elide and Seek. "Lost," etc., etc. There are poems by Bishop Ken, Gertrude Greenwood, and other writers of celebrity. Rev. Dr. Deems, wl.o has retired from the edito rial chi"ai, will continuet a contributor and has an admiral article, entitled "Pessimism and sociability." Two new features, we see, have been introduced, "'Ohituary Notices" and "Recreations for Sunday Afternoon," giving increased in. I terest to the aagasine. The 1 quarto pages abound with artieles of great merit, and the illustrations which number about 1(10 are admirably execated. The price i of a singlo pis 25 cents ; the annual subesription , or for six monte, $1 50; four months, 01. Address, Frank Les lie's Publishing House, 53, 55 and 57 - Park Place, New York. The World for 1880, Democrats everywhere should inform Sthemselves carefldly alike of the sction of their party throughout the country a. sd of the movements of their Republt ean opponent.. A failure to do this in 1876 contributed greatly to the loss by the Democracy of the fruits of victory " fairly won at the polls. The year 1880 promises to b oee of the moseet interesting and important years e of this cnowded and eveatful enatry. It will witss a Presidential eleetion which may realt ia re-estblishbig the Government of this eoutr ethe pari I lcples o its constltitonal fndes, or in p fma mely cyhaning the relations df the ates the ud dmepoer. No telligent man an regard m an else. tion with indifference. THE WORLD, -s the only daily Enlglis no weaw upholds the doctries of eoe tutional Dm w, ill tedily repmsent the Dmo at la i il gre at eanvass. It will do tbhs in o spirit f servile r. siands p, but tempeately and tirmI. As a newspape The W being the oe aof so man, o elique and no in. te , will present the ailest and the fairestm pteltea ake of eek day's !n Mietamr im the eity, tihe 8tate, ls eetrt, ad the world. It will am her ,as hsretor, at seasy" s ofallthbgLniallttlt p blshes No man, however humble, a ever beh wltted truly to oomala that beh been stl dealt with in the cilumas of _ T Wirs. No interes, ,owever Sbe that it me aiene the hiret* lam of The WerM. During th pst year The Werl has seen its daily cireulation trebled and its weekly cration pushed far beyond that of any other weekly newspaper i the mc tryma This cmat ncrm e has been wen, as The Wor believe, by truthfultes, aterprise, osasslese activl y a colleti ngews and ufaltering loalty to ItesI sad to It eders l dealin with the quetions of the day. It i ra hope ad it will be our endeuri r tat The W Md's record for 1e0n masy be written i the appreobatieon ad the support of may thousand more ofi new reders ia atl part this ndsso lable U11. . Indestructible Stats. Our rates of subsoription rsmain mn. andoro sb follows: S anda, mone year, .10; sIx month, 5.80; three moths, $2.75. Dally, withot Sundays, one yor, 6; si months, .25, threeo months 2.2; lees tLhan three months, *1 a month. The Sunday World, one year, 8. The Mnadily World, conotaiing the Book iewms antI'College Chrouele." onear, 81.50. The Semi-WeeklyWorld (Tuesdyls and Ridays)-Tw o Do a r. To Club &gents -An extra eopy for clb of tena; the Daily for club oftweutyr-ve. The Weeklty World (Wednesday)--One Dollar a yar. To Club Aget--Au ex tra eypy for club of ten, the Semi-Weekly for elub of twenty, the Daily for club of peimeon onumber mat frloe on applica tion. Terms-Cahb, invariably in advanee. Send post-loe money orrlder, bank draft or resitered letter. Bills at risk of the sender. A SPECIAL OFFEIL Sunbseribers who send I$ for a year's mbsoritou before December 28 will re ceive T~a0 Wlrlty Wrld from the date of their saubisdptlon RO ]A ECE 5, 1881. This will include the Presidential eam a land the inang'ration of the net Old snbserlbers who mnd SI before December 28 for a renewal of their sub seription for 1880, will receive Th, Weekly Werld to Imreb , 181, without I obieting a nuaber. This Obr wll e Withdrawna see . Take advantakhe of it at onoe. Sub. sritbe a onae. Renew atoe. ! Addrems TE WORLD s Parkt Row New Tork. Dec. 13-41. The SUN will deal with the events of the year la i t. own fahien, saw well undSto b oy evrybd, Jhanua y1uil Deembr 31 I will be aacted e a newspaper writ tea In the Egish lnaeagI e and priatm d fo thewhsle peple. ,t wnea ser, The Sun blieve n It d t'newe the world Pomnea _it i thes metlatelll-i - that will enable Swiththh lane asedalb s ps treeftlu st T negrates .latereette the asumber-tht b the law its dily makeup. It aew eard tIoe ver mueh larger the that of say ether Asrcee nwhaws.e iede ys an leseme wbih it is a ll l iges etl if Satd ell wahsofiblk. I ig bey eadt se Ibhe SenaI a the al ds4rtvsuesatlebies emet be ute ! bma thaalem t the eaty e o PERIODWIALS. policy should be common sense, inspired yv genuine Aamerican principles and backed l y honesty of purpose, For this reason it is, and will ontinue to be, ab nolutely independent of party, class, clique, or organiratin or interest. It is for all, but of none. It will continue to praise what is good and reprobate what is evil, taking care that its language is to the point and plain, beyond the possi bility of being msuunderstood. It as un induueiedl by motive. which do itot ap. pear on the surface; it has no opinions to sell, save those which may be had by any purchaser with two seant. It hates injustice and rascality even more tha4 jt hates unnecessary words. It abhors ftands, pities fools, and deplores nin comapoops of every species. It will con tinue throughout the year 1880 to chan time the irst class, instruct the second, and discountenance the third. All hon eat men, with honest convictions, wheth er sound or mistaken, are its friends. And The Sun makes no bones of tellilng the truth to its friends and about its friends whenever occasion arises for plain speaking. These are the principles iupona which The San will be conducied during the year to come. The year 1880 will be one in which no patriotic American can aflors to close bi eyes to public ffairs. It; a impossi ble to exaggerate the iumportance of the political events which it has in store, or the necessity of resolute vigilance ont the part of every eitie :a who desires to preserve theGovernme.it that the founld em gave us. The debates and acr of Congress, the utterances of the press, the exciting contests of the I:elbol..c:lu and Democratic parties, now :,rlI~ equal in strength throughou,,t tlhe coaii try, the varying drift, of public setti meat, will all bear directi;v nail sliic tively upon the 24th Presilential elec. tion, to be held in November. Four years ago next November, the will of the nation, as expressed at the polil, was thwarted by an abominable conspiracy, the promoters and beneficiaries of which still hold the loaes they stole. Will the crime of 1876 be repeated in IssO? The past decade ot years opened with a cor rapt, extravagant and insolent Adiniaii tration intrenched at Washington. The Sun did somethng toward disloging the gang and breaking its power. The sanme men are now intriguing to restore their leader and themselves to places from whieh they were driven by the indigna tion of the people. Will they succeed ? STe coming year will bring the answers to thee momentous questions. The San will be on hand to chronicle the facts as they ar developed, and to ex hibit them leary and felessly in their relations to expedieny and right. Thus, with a habit of philosophical glaoodumor in looking at the miner at: Stinof life, and in gnat thin a stead IA m pupo to maintran the righli of the i pee and e proiples of t-e Consti. I asoto t a a!grs ors, The Sun in Iprpusl fto write a truthfl,. instruc* vt sad entertaining history of s80o. Our rates of subscridtion remain in. chaaged. For the Daily Sun, a four. ae sheet of 18 olumns, the price by mail poet paid, is cents a month or 1a0 f year; or, including the Sunday Pr 5, an it-page sheet of 56 columns, h.biO e is h aU et monte a month, or Tyrhe edton of The Sun is also frolshed separately at $1.20 a year, The pri e of the Weekly Sun, eight S,56 columns, is $1 a year, poet For clubs of ten sending $10 we will se an extra en ree. Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publiaher of The Sun, New York City. Dooec. 13-1m. VIGIER'S 1 l llIII IIA FOR DIBINSIUSTING Stoam Boilers Phlive Alm WOillis Tut Weeks. We tna a. aters, whatever Impurities tu_ eMU to elaties. pmove S &el. Pre. rer_ .W.male relg. hPreete corosion and 'a" Contai asAldsand guaranteed t rglIrsm*. Ashes all Waters, what. Frre isr IIa. ny water can ahe m. tr. ,watw, s waste or sulphuuroua . • , lpairsn, al cl anmd tallow, slses theaers etpleonions. Usia be lmatrlseL h ip, safety pipe, or .mas hl . Pat spIn . opef from Ia to I.3 th. A ttaluligat dealt with acrdiug to law. TESTIMONIALS: Mr. HUak W. N tgry, Agent MesstrJan. D. .Rte a .It 98u ROu eBTrow, New mrYa. fe ledr's Improved Freueh ree.. for Disurtlas ollers : leariir-I havetae the dibslncrstanut on m theet r tkhrlghl. We bave been Ia it Isr veral wr k. I did thisas a ptr. a i r is1rg e , fe I ur ly dislike na. 7f~ rimste. I sam ely say that I sa Iave gives thedslmeruutta trial it hissm es r theiy tobeet thing lt thelere hatlevre a. It om up to all its slmel em It prisatl eltealar. sad In future I shallresemmean Mosar. A Thompson & co. to see it elalvely r their boilers over aid I.r to ere samy ether pnroees for disorurt We*aless the lheee A. THOMUOX ACO. Led's a Founldry. NewOrlesse, lob. 3, 1i79. or.s th. mer, New Oleaos, La., A4tl ler .iierm'll l ,r,,,ch rro, sees fer Dlsluatiag Mo0let : Dlar r-Ater havisa used the VYider Pro easfoernee mathl.la lvingl it a fair ,ndl falltti l t weu eaate that iba produced the imeeaL mla arys reelee our boilera by re. ieg laretatise sad ffeetually prevenut le StLr aiuar f tel e um. We nerddly recomad It to thoes uing holeers. AHCRIALD MITCHELL, awrlms t ft, Lee4 oundry. Chief Forenma. IBB 6& CO., heplte/r d Isd's Foundry. Illeaset to the trade. nead for Cireulars to Hagh W. motumery, .s Caomeis street, NeweleisI, Aa r ges h the tsathwest. Flae Ialad Siam FOR 8liSliAE i1L tiKS WINS IINI PIE ISLAD Amonated Phosphate FE CIOTTON I ALl 8 1ill AID All L CROPS, 'hsbeatstettlsm wui Les, ~,0.le __ w.l¶lr e a5. omIbees., NOn W, NT0 uun., mt e s*, Neu ose C ; : ,, .1.'t: . "