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THE DAILY CAJKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNING, JANUARY
101- Com'l aye,
HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR LADIES!
' HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR GENTLEMEN!
HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN !
)n not fUtddu to make your liollduv piirrliimin for
your frlxinU or rotallvn until yi,u Uuvu iii'iutcli-d tbt
' ' inimiillicent attraction at tliu
CITY SHOE STORE
An iipjirolirlate nd .iir.'H:it'.t irlft I one rum-,
liinlnsr UTILITY with K . I.ti ANCIJ. iet no K'.'WV
1iiwh or tiiiih. hut wirui'tlim, which lias iiiiriiMC vul
n. In addition to our riaimnnih Slo. k of Hunts and
, BIiocj, we liuvv un uU(t;.nt Liie of novelties 1m
Ladies, - - Gentlemen - - iivA - - Children's - - Slippers,
Burt nn timi"ii!ly Inn line "f Hand made Uful Custom
work. In nil of Oio Utnu Myk'H.
( !Tlii'e C"u(tB nro from I'm tot!, 'i wliiiee ri');t '
lion for piodiKlnu fln KuniU u earth lent ymiruiituo
tli ut they wl.l iiliw-i vim
liny it pn'.r ol tiiion or Slinjx.-re ("i the LUilWluye.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
21u: buli.aiu building, WanMngtou aveuue
BNTlillKD A.T TUB hUHT OFFICII IN CAIKO, IL
LJNOIH, AS BECOND-CLA8B JIATTHR.
;Kriv,iA.l KAPKIt OK CITY AND COl'KTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nut i in I tiii column, tfiitu per llnu for
Irnt nuvi tivo cbiuf per nr ib ruhrH-ipiuut tiicr
li.m. l'or olio wenk, 30culif iicrliuu. ror one
mouth, ti 1 ci.ii'k j,;r lints.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. f. Di Haun's, ,V5 Obi Uvec.
I have aheady received at my factory
a liuu varie-ty ol turuiture that is now rady
for tin- inspection of the public, mid for uie
at clo.v.' it icon. Mv stuck nt 101 Comiin r
cial uvmiirj will aim) by kept lull uutil Jan
uary l.-t, and I desire to cll tupuciBl atten
tion to my stock of folding fid cmiip cliuirs,
doll cirri c, cribs, tvUs hik! ch-iire.
at D. iJaun', o(5 Oliiu lcvcc.
Use Tii ii C.viitiv Hri.i.f.TiN petforutcd
cratch book, made r.f CHli tidi rti I jute
muuilU, eipi tlly food lor Ink or pencil. For
Balu, in tlirou tiicf, nt the office.
A. Booth' Extra Selects
at A. T. IleB.iun's, ,')(( Ohio levce.
Kitra Select Oysters
at A. T. DcB.iun'g, 50 Ohio ici.e,
New riilliard Hall.
Henry II tscnjiirn new saloon a, id bil
liard bull is now ready to receive v'.sit
orii. Two h indii'ine billiard tables have
been placed in the laro und commodious
room, which in expensively fitted up in the
Vincent building on the comer of Kiidith
Btrect and Commercial awuue. The bar
i Htockcd with thu liueiat liijuors, wims,
and the choieent brnndb of ci;;nrs. No
jileHHanter phiee in the city could be, found
in which to spend a pli nsiint hour.
A. r.notli's Kxtra ScleeH
at A. T. DidJiun's, TiQ Ohio levee.
IN hlir.1.1, AM) llll.K.
Fresh arrival of Mobile or-lrt-
iu bhcll and bulk it
A vim ik ii,Jc TiiAKr'g.
Save 'J liirty-Uve hr Vent.
Thirty-live percent, naved bv buyini and
luiuo; Cut and (.!rotmd Feed, i.tcouu r of
Brventeenth Blreet ainl n.l.i:.t.u tivniue
Ground (Jnts por bu fi'u:
' Corn " We
liooiiiH for Relit.
Apply to Mllrt. FlTZUKHAU),
upbtuiri at Tn K liui.i.K'i i s buihliii'.
Soullieru Illinois Iiiiinitrnition Society.
Notice in hereby j,'iven that lieviso kav
Intf been duly trranted authorir. ii"; tin in
corporation of the "Soudifru Ilnnoin Im
nilfrrotlon SiKiiety" bonk fur bubscription
to the capital tttork of ai I corporation are
tow open at the office of the undersigned
in Cairo. M. J. IInui.tr,
Com. for Alexander Co.
Election Notice Delia Fire Co.
The annual election of oflkeri of the
Delta City Firo company, No. C, to nerve
for the ennuinur yenr will he held WHncB
day erenlnif, January i, MM. A full at-
teudnc 1h dcHlred.
. CiiAliLr.n Ohtekwii, Secretary. '
Citv Shoo Si ore.
14-0 l.'omiiHMMHHl A vno.
Good brick residence of five rooRS, on
Twenty third mid Pine Buceta. Apply to
Mrs. T. Gorman, or Win, EichhotT, at the
furnitu o factory.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thoe coiumm, ton cents per lluu,
oar.li insertion. Marked
For your Christinas ci;;ar9 and licer
schmim'.'oods, go to P. II. fchuh.
Head the notice of brick house for
rent in another column.
Homeinber the K. SI. K. C. dattce to
Alt freight train on the Cairo A; St.
Louis lailroud will be btopped duriny to
inurrow. Services of more than usual interest
will be h, ld in all the churches in the city
to-day. Everybody should attend.
The residence of Sir. J. A. Woodnon, at
the corner of Sixteenth and Locust streets,
in receiving a new roof.
What can bo said of a Nitwspaper
which does "nut bug the nccc58ity'ot" pub
luhiiitf NEWRof the greatest possible im
portance to its readers!
H' Ct ipt booksi, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted Blub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-id for sulo at the Cairo B'llletin
Commencing January 1st, 1832, 1 will
sell only to cash buyers, or to such of my
customers win p:iy up when bills are due.
No deviation fiomtjiis rule. Fred Koehler.
OdeB on "tho beautiful tnow" are now
in order. Slump your clnuions ith a
three cent stamp and let them come. Thus
will the goTcrnment derive a revenue and
The Hi'lletin's new Kcrap basket bo filled.
No further developments in small-pox .
in the city yesterday. There ara yet no
igns of the disease atnon' citirens. The
two cases of variloid at the hospital and
the man Ulock at the jicbI house are doing
The 11. SI. K. C. committee, who has
the New Year's dance under their manage
ment, state that i hose who attend can es
pet a 'ran 1 iini; as it is to be the opening
dunce of 1882.
-Tin! buvniii out of a t hiiutiey on a
house, on Tenth street, it as the cnuse of tho
(lie ubuui Friday nil.t. The fire depart
ue nt wnf promptly en tne spot, but there
was no uecetsiiy for action upon Hs psrt.
--The H itivi n ti diftriubted ivnon tho
btdit'B In thy sudienco t th opera houe
last n'vV, wi le thesnmo used by the coin
(it'ty i'i ,w York city on the two hun
die J sixtieth presentation oi'"T,el Kirku."
I tun well supplied with fresh boviuo
virus and have an automatic vaceiuator,
and will attend to all calls for vaccination
Irom 1 1 n. m. to 4 o'clock p. m., at my ci-
II' e ever Tuber's jcwelcry store, 128 Com
niercial avenue. Wm. II. Slarcan, M. I).
Owin to the rapid risinu; of tho Mis
Mtippi river within the last week, persons
hiving sand heaps lying outside of the
MisMhuippi leveo liavo been compelled to
have it hauled in or run the risk of ecting
it swept away. A number of tcaias have
been engaged for several days in the work
of moving ths ssnd.
- Gardeners in the upper portion of the
city have already plowed their gardens, am
placed tho soed for an awrly crop offspring
etrotsbles. If the weather docs not again
treacherously annull the results of their
labor, the gardeners of Cairo will furnish
tho people of Cairo with an abundance of
vegetables of all kinds at an early day.
At Yankton and North Flatte tho
thermometer stood at 11 and 18 degrees
above mo respectively yesterday after
noon. This was a fall of 12 degrees at the
former and 25 degrees at tho bitter place
during the twenty-four hours proceeding
3:11 yesterday afternoon.
A new rule with regard to tho price
of messages below tho regular rates has
been adopted by tho Western Union tele
graph company. Tho rulo lias reference
only to the "half rate" or "night" messages,
which will be abolished. Hereafter "night"
messHges will bo Bent at a reduced rate,
but nut at half rate. The price of uight
messages will hereafter bo a little adove half
The commission house of Sir. W. L.
Alden in the basement of Sir. 8. Wilsoa's
boat store, on Ohio icvee, whs burglarized
during Friday night and robbed of about
one huudred dollars worth of goods. En
trance was gained to tho room by forcing
open the rear door. Four large boies of
t'L'gs and two tubs of butter were carried
off no one knows to where no tr'.ccs of the
thieves being discoverable. Tho officers,
under direction of Chief Myers, were upou
tho scent all day ytiterdr.y, but had not
captured the thieves last night.
The evening paper did not deem it nec
essary to toll its readers that smnllpox had
broken out in tlm ronriue hospitil. Well,
it is rathtir diiiicult to see the n-icrisity of
wat tiing people of the existence, in their
midst, of a donlh-di'tilintf d'seaie. Per
haps, lif who points out t ) his friends, a
sold as he dlscovets ii, the danger which
surroutid iiiom. is more culpable th;n he,
who, seeing it, allows them to rUiih into it?
very jaws wit'oout stretchiDj.; forth his arm
or opening his pate. Eottho boy of Tan
Iru.BTis begs Uave to rliaer with this
O.i Poplar street who'e the street cars
meet, the t-acl.s of the strcat railroad cetm
to need i"roo attention. As one car pas"'js
the other thcrt is but about a f.v.t of spac
between tin tn, (.nd should tuy of ths pas
sengers within either cf the crn happen to
be peering out of the hdow, or hr.ve f.n
arm out, they would be liable to recei7e se
rious injiry by coming in contact ..'ith the
other car. Without r.ltempiiivj to c'lctati
to Sir. Lewis or the company, but for tl e
saicty of those who pattonii .' tlvi rtrcit rail
road, The EirMiKTU suj-csis tbat the evil
be reined if d.
An interesting mi:thg v.-r. !i;ld at the
Captist church U&t niht. In :eite of bad
weather t'ne church was M'ell f Ibd with
Sunday school children, me,ib:ra of the
chu ch as well as a number of other citi
zens. It nan u Suitdpy rcluwl ro-ib.j fr
the especial benefit of the cliiliir-;.1, but of
great iaterestolso to tiie older perc"'is
ent. There were sontr?, dvcUi'ifti'-ni md
recitations by the little one;, ail of 'vltich
were pleasant to listen to. Her . ices will be
held in the church to day by Hc7. Units'
Tho Chicago Tribune cya it calls
President Arthur the ,,actin;j president,"
because the constitution stys that h-j shall
"act as president. " It IB certainly icfresh
ing to sea a,republicriU journal epetk of the
constitution ot the tinted bi&tes ts an au
thority upon anything. For years past
that instrument has been almtVt sycteniiiti
cally and glaringly violated by republican
party managcrH. and ignored by the ve
publican party j)n;i,s. But there ij arcrson
for the Tribune's sudden avrsKeniin;. I t re
presents tiie helpless faction of the repub
lican party, ami, since it c.n't have might,
it will h ive right, as tho next best, thing for
itself and iis fiction.
Tiits ccletiration of the coiMtiienceTe.'it
of the New Year dates from hili eut'ejn:-
ty. The Jews ici'anlcd it ajthe anuiv:; ai
ry of Adams' birthday, and re'eo.f.te lit
wiilt sp'eno'ul entertainments a pmr'ro
which they hr.ve loaiinned down to t';e
present lime. Tho Unmans alfio made this
a holiday, and dedicated it to Juuim '.mh
rich and numerous orci itlr.fr ; tin ra.v'y
elected Maoist's., c nteu:d uoo.i ihc du
ties of t'neii' oilicts ti.i.m ilus th-y; iha I'f.ii
j:',h ntftilo eucii o her presunt ot f ; It Sgs,
dates and plums; nd evfii tin fiiipevou
recdived irmii th"ir pubjceia New Year'i
gif's, which at ft later dit. it became con
puls.fy to bestotr. Frnm the lioiiivic the
act ice of nub.n p'senls on Fwk Yea.'o
day wis bo"!., wed by : lu, ( Chi ' iunn, by
whom it h yet rt'tined; lut in tom: coun
tries it is il!-' ?g unidi? into ilpsu-jluda.
At the meeting of tho Reform club
Friday nii;ht Sir. Oeorn S, Fisher in
nounced lint be coute mpUted ivuving tin
city, soon to take up his rerid :nce with his
relatives in the aorth, and that he must
therefore resign the otlico offlnaaeial sec
rotuy. The announcement was reeivud
with Hurprise and regret, lor Mr, Fisher In:
bsen one of tho most active members, of tin
club ever sino its organization, ilo hr.s al
so been prominently an actively connected
with other tsmporanco organisations iu the
city and with the Melhodi.it church and
Sunday school, in nil of which, as wsll ,.s
in social circle generally, ho it is popular.
His sudden, permanent departure .ill
tlierefoii) be deeply regretted by many,
During the six years of his residence here
Mr, Fisher lias held the office of As inlaid
Surveyor of tho p.irf, having control of n
largo district, uad has succeeded in mak
ing numerous friends among river men.
But since the yellow fever scourge of 1878,
when he was engaged in nursing Dr. "Wal
do, his health has not been as good as
formerly and for three years past ho has
been endeavoring at various times to get a
change of climate. Another reason for his
departure is that he wishes to be nearer his
parents who are growing old ami fcebU,
and aro living entirely ulone in Michigan.
Ho has a lucrative position in sight near
them and will probably leave during the
next week. Sir. C. Yost was elected to
succeed Sir. Fisher as financial 69eretary.
The familiar principle of tho Baud of
Hope having been applied in the formation
of a Children's Land League, the parish
priest of Kantuik, near Cork, denounced it
from tho altar. The forty men of the con
gregation at the !ier.t service expressed
their resentment by risiDg fiom their seats
and trampinij out of the chuich. Canon
Denueby, tb priest, in justification of his
course, sent a copy of the "alfabct" to a
Dublin paper. Tho result was that tho
Kanturk ulfubet is dow recited iu all the
Catholic cchools i;i Ireland. What was
only heard in one risrish tchool near Cork
is now daily chanted in 5.000 schools over
the ialaud. Y'.'B I';;)iuh papers copied the
doggerel, and the tf.ect was that a hundred
thousand young Celts in Eugland are recit
eg it. It rono as follows:
A is tliH rray thtt covers the ground,
B is the buc?j'iol we're getting all round,
C is the crowber of cruelct fnu'e,
I) is our Davitt, a right glorious name:
the iiDfeli.h, who've voobed us of
F is the fsmit:" iVy'vn 1-jft m insteud;
Q is for Cladr-tone, nhoj? life is a lie;
II is the harvest ,7',':1 he'd or ve'U die;
1 is the inryecior, who when ilrv.nl: is bold,
J ij for jsrvcv, who'll not drive hiui for
K is II:lnis.itil)6m, where our true men
Lis the Land Leiu?, our h pe osd aur
SI is the mnoj-trate, who nml.fs black of
N i3 no reDt, which will uisxe tur wrongs
O is O'd Ireland, that yet (hall be freed;
L is the peeleis, who've So'd her for fjreed;
Q is the queen. whoo u:o is rot loowu;
U is the rifles, who l.ten "p i:?r ihrouc;
S is the theriiT, riih ,0'. ;n his tiain;
T is the loil that othf.'t rr,i.y caln;
U is tho union, that :oiks Litter harm;
V is ths villain t'nat grain up a iVm;
W is the wf.r:;r, for djcla or for chaius;
X is the Exprr.-s, nil r.nd !"f.:us;
Y is "Young Irelan'," eprnllrj the l'i'ht;
Z is the real that v;Ul wi.i the -.vr t ught.
Hon. R. v Towidicnd, r.'-mbor of con
gress from the Ninety?! '!! cons.a! dis
trict, announces th. t he !:t :); -,iiit''d "a
comniitteo coau'otinj nfo? f ""t1" from
each county of th.-(ii t.i-; ti n-; - r board
of examiners, f.t McIiCsnoliVM, I'1s.,ct Feb
u ar; 1st 1830." To tiiis committee hs ro
( nests "nil t,. re:i'id::iti ot t . ft distiict
havinii t'e requisite (.lificrttohr, tad who
nnydeairo tho i;;)poiL,friiit "tofnply.
How t ivortbly this co:.'.rot5 wiih the ac
tion of J. R. Thomas, of tho Uighleenth
district, who, after having proni?ed in writ
ing that there should he t. competitive ex-
aminatiou, aud thus induced youug men to
spend much tir.;o and. study for it, violat
ed his promise and ussu:r.ed t'te authority
to appoint CMididaien for Ucrt Toint with
out examination; But wl?-t e'ecot'llbe
expected of a man l'.!:o TItt.s! lTe has
hehig-hcad badly In i, llr.ble to ')resuino
to appoint our state Iv'itil'.ture pc.t, Piid,
astho Uloominj;ton Bulletia l.'vtl'felly in
timates, hit br;ia Im not iriCP'tso.l at tho
samo rate, heus?. there is a v.cr.ucy. This
vacancy is greatest in th j n"lo? r.f thi or
gan of memory, heuso Sir. Thor V isnv
"miatal-iis.'' In private life bo for ot th.'t
ho had collected mor-y for'-or.-'i of hit di-
cntn, nid forgot to turn itov:r to thu: i; he
forgot that ho bad contraated c! j't-. for vict
uals and clothing, and forgot to p?y them.
At congressman ho forgot tht t tho liigh
'eeuth district was in tin weot ?nd ict '.'rented
in tini improvemenlol tho Missis:! noi river,
and ho roted egr.inst r. bill i.ppropr'rting
money for such iir.pro7?'.,;cnl; a?r1, v,hile v
are a'oout v?hitewfhinf our ;dn;rr?"3r;ir n,
we may as well excuse his Lst lit'.lo hrjf.h
of lnwiecty upou the tamo rson ro will
say that ho forgot hh written p.or i.n of .,
eompetiiivH oxaminatinu for cpninieus to
West Point, and toai'e tho appointment
without tnuh cir.mi-ruion. tblo :;ii,i 1
eduesM excuses many hrcrcV-is of trjjt, hon
or, inr.nhood and good t,enj; but ifvn i.ru
to excuie all of Idr. Thouiao' r'virfoir.nlii.'M
upon this ground, we will inevitably riich
the conclusion that he is entirely wilhou
A good audieueo gathered 1 1 th-j opera
house hmt night to sco the iin.itoti
tiuiire theatre company's second rerenta
tion in this city of "Ilwel Llirko"
which Ind been bo ably prciicnh.1 by tho
company tho night bofoio. i,o littler
proof of tho popularity of tho plsy and
thu excelltnce of its presentation co"M bu
ilrsircil than tho vcidict of the people t.en
ifesteil in their ptc.ence, for tho rjcond
time, in f.uclt immhcr;, And n: ha
fore--as hundreds of timcj befon tho
c.ompniiy and the pluy held tho audience f s
in a trance for three and a li'.lf hoii.n,
moving every person In the largs auditory
to luuglitur, to tears and to applaunc, or
fascinating them with striking scenes and
King out tho Old
From this day until April lst wo oiler our entire Mock of
dry goods, notions und fancy goods at ACTUAL COST.
Our store is still too small Dr our increasing business, and
wo intend to make room by additions and improvements in
our store before receiving our spring utock, and in conse
quence offer cur entire stock at actual cost. Since our Mi. J.
Burger has been a resident of New York our btisinc.-s bus in
creased full one-half, cauned by a better assortment and
He is hero on a visit, but leaves for New York on the 20th
of January to attend to Lis wholesale business and 1 ok
around for barguiuB lor Cairo consump'ion--fti the spi.ag
tiade. Our stock 13 COS1PLE7E in ail details as we haa
been icceiviiig addition.: almost daily since the lst of Bep'ctn
Ur. NOW IS YOUR TIME then to obtain bargees.
Tins is no catch-penny ;ad," but ona in which we sic in ei0
AsJJLi GOOI3S AT COST.
Cs.ll anucr.a:jir our hrge stock ami pn'ces snd tonvirjce
yoiivelveT 'if ths f.-cts above Mentioned.
CARPET J AND OIL CLOTHS, floi and ouip'c.c H'Lk
at cxti finely low prints, sud of the latest designs.
12i Connnercial Ave.
tableaui, ns the cvrt-.i ror; or.l f.ll. J'is
Rogers, cs "Hazel Ulirk-r," thov'-h net nia!:
ing a livorubie imprerio" f.t fr.?t, jj.-.in
very coon ivttjr, the tr.tjra :t!er.tic- t od
sympathy cf every fpt.ctr.tor; ti':a i; calm
and perfect iajangua., f'ww tad :c
tion, umicrHi.r.di f illy ths m.-cnim; of
hyr part ifid the cisar.;r of co: syitir that
meaning to her tudicnea. Hsr Ti'.ofjnicLts
are graceful tnd !67s ao-op'if.te. Lst
night, as t!x ni'iit lidcre, &: ; "iyt& many
of her audiior:- f t: .rn by t' " f:rfct aisn
nor in which e'ju cnterrd intc, f j the pow
er with which t':io icj're:nutei, lh .viering
and anguish of the )itl:ished, tiistrrded and
heart-broken Ha?!. Mr. C'j:i-!?3 V'br-at-leigh,
as "Dunstoii Kulvj" r.lco j jifcct
in hi: role end wicltid ra'.-ch Byputliy in
bis blind c!;lv v!r to t-.fo "LTa.l" from
drowning, aiei his angv.ish be:;.":3 of hit
inability to Jo o. lit. Jo cpli I'rrnl'eu, as
"Pitticus Green," m i Mis; Mv.jr.ret Cone,
as "Dolly DttUoii," i.u'r.CD'' ar.d never
failed to r; ca rt h-art; I .u-jJi tt thoir hu
morou; sillici and !'! jvier. i.r. Y:rke
Stephens, too, r j "Lord fri
part we'i a id rvC'ivrv.l a i-'tviJ. rh.tr; of tp
pUust Iis-l right. In ft, cv-ry nember
of the C' liineny i i f t.-.-in Li ' or h;r jart,
and a sir.r of nn nietu itiliis r'y v:U:t;r. Of
th? scenery it is clri.oijt u.-ncceBiary to
t-petk, It v.l; a;. pn viri.it o to every pirr of
play, liiescenca were til .T.VH'ly bci.uiiful
and a credit to tho p,w iers, I't JTo.T.a,
llaliey e:id 'louuiey. Tli mrr.s 'e.' of tho
opera h.oM.-j luve ri.T-i.d :be":".ei'. es all
over with jiory lor their cUbrtj i.i p'ovic'ing
ilo of Ciiro with Uu;-h o elljct en-
Mia- Katie Pr.r:or. vho bi"3 betj ri.iit
ino; at ths rci'.daci'J of Mr. F. 'd- Eei.t du
iug ihs hr.iid, l-ft yrtsrilcy moraioy for
tier hoiLS ii Evansrlle.
Sirs. II. Vhj:";i cr.d cbildvtn, of
LaGraDe, Mo., i.:t! vicitin j Mrs. E, W.
Greeu i.i tl.is city.
For tiis Cslro T 'l'c la.
THE cld y;:.ar.
5adlycnd aiovly ti- o' 1 y 17. 5yinl
Ho wis boTT'td n"' ire r.t t-i '.nd
b'C8i. Slsny a 1117 of raarsi-e -1 '.'Jl f
pnhadow hrd bee? 1 iv b 't po-7 it in
most ovr, es fui? "lore rtroi-ee cf tb') f rott
clock, fud Le r'ould bo .y 5 foro-er
"Ah 1" ho r'.;'1--.'?, "ud alnc.t r, - jbbioke
from his br?'.'? )i;rrt.
"When I :'.: yo'tm'.th'i tr,rb, '."ihor.td
me wil'a gifu t ail rt !. rcA ;r.i: s. Kovr
that I am old, it csr;-i not t''.t ! rrent O.ie,
but smihs to ceo 1 oj clop:. I hrrdtsu
thgiroldand loving fi lend. V-nt cti1' .'"jy cdl
ie mo dio with out 0:10 i,';h cf iv";:jt, or
one i'ojct iro-ii-hyt."
As the oldycf.r .bus co:')p't incd, & noft
Uilaby bioto uj:oahi sgod ttr r"ir'g
Mojiid, ho anw r ycur r:o'h,r b-jiiding;
over tii'y cir.dlc of h ba'c.t?jtLb it to
rosl willi s'.'ctt conusant iw V.tf.n
t'no voif lid close I over thj rioltt ey '.ho
young mother rolhtd to t':9 ric.ow rrd
looked out on (hit cold bie-k rJidjt.
"tcarOld Yen." slw 'uii'jvr:!, "you
nrtf almosl gone, bnt you cbtll e-'irirt iu
my memory 1:4 the d?r::t of :.!1 71-r" to
mo. For did you not p.! -so try fi-nt bon
blusioin in ttiy bosom, r.nd fi-rt awr.Veu the
mother lovo lu r.iy hesit? Coyd-lyl c'er.r
old fi iend. ,"ood-b,l'' and a tear glknod
in !cr bit'') tvo.
The old yesr Ini! r:vcely t'-.'aicj his
jiay hed fioci tki - '7st vh on wLin
other voicti fell on hif otf. ,T.vj Jcvern
stood, side by side, ritb. t';i"i cltctcrir.';
on their cheelio, "ood-by t. i'f, cbi
ffieud,'" they osid, "you wova our linci n
oin, and will ever hi ibo ::etsst 0 sll
years to us. Other rjood ycr.rj nay coue,
but none rs rood n yo'i."
its the old yjt'.r turrer' to 'o en Ms ray,
a silo Iml rejilrtjed t'.-c )w of rtdcen
on bis cwj-vorn fr.ee, i0 r.11 contj.it, ho
bent bis :h?pi tovird nidu!;;' t. And v.hou
ho g 'ested the msf'born year, hi; ttisty
ryes ihono with tears.
"Heaven go w:(ii thco lair one," he tuur
n.u;ed, "uad whea yuu have run your race
ii I hava r'ono. Slav s me fend hearts
bk;i sud t ime iii'i eye, weep for you as
t'mj l.;i wept ior me.' I. A. M.
Ciao, Hi , DfC oUt, 3?S1.
'i HE NE-V YE.H.
r."jm T n"oe.
a;i sut -i;!i v.:;,i 'o-ii iu 'y,
1'i.t) uy'"i e 'Jin frue'v
Vue cv U ; .-. lit ji;,ht;
5.r; OO ,W:id n.t, Ji. u j Dl u'0.
I'.i U; Obt b" -".,. ' in , ) t.9.
Hint;, iitj' j i;,:,, l n'i '.Djoit:
Vae U .-o'-., I .i 1 ,j
Mb: cu; iu f.U", 5 j id ne um.
T'Ip1; ott '"jc t.i" hi. f;. ill, luisu,
I';r thocs "bit. rrg n f turnore;
I'.tnj 9" Bt -.etto sf-ri u .'..1, r.oc .
H.t;il i'rtf to . ! ILdU:Ij,4.
. t:.-j?4 ai'. .ol (It;!, ? -ri.Mt.
Ard .:, itr. to.-run of rtr irr fc:
!-;,':'. toii'i'i- r.u,lf of u's
..,. r Ol .r,Ue.-. E; 't"r.
it!n. 0'; hywin' IV rre
"lap l. u!f end;!-. ,1 '
im r.jj ' ii ."11 o:
a.- ntci! ;
Ii i n r c - la,',
VL, ;,:.nir: j; Z ' .. r.ee;
Hiir In iveufir i ii(. :lsht,
I'.iij ! i.ituoe I '." 0; ood.
li'az " n'nt-.es of ..c d:
I(;n;i .-a the n.rr-:i. la of gold;
lt.Ii:; out lac j .Oi .i J w.no.'il'J,
i'..uf; n : ai' .d ji-ir. j." pir.ie.
: ,il r Jam'. ;
1; "I .l.'t.'
Iiew Yea: 10 the read,p
to ar.: r.riy "f c"r 1 :li,. r.'i)er;,. v;o pre JJ
to ctclj end f il p'iie, l.i.,tt,T,cri incla. l
the Cjlf-;; j L;l.'l-'u: ,;Ood Tisbce'
their !': . ted f..a.a-.vi-.;y cj ;aj t.S
y.i.-.r ltio?, ti.'.c'a to-dty, the fi.st dav of
January, usher in.
Itv.'i:i't t:niH fae tiuia in the latter yj
of.- c''i!Tt!; cestui, I lut tU;b day '.
t'-.; iirut of Ji-dA-y v, j usiiersally ac- f t
ceyt-'i -? tV: c-st d. r ia the y.-ar. Since V
thi: y-jrl l, ia Wfiiy ra.s of ttia rmild, it
is ourrr'1 (3 e lerthtl itd uuit the oc- 1.'.
".'!";ca for ihn -?j..;.-ia? ani a gejel r
icte;cLun;;o ( f pre3esia tbioog frieode. In ;',
roae w.vSr'n tin tiycL of "iit. Cylvestcra
Fva" i: c.s!e!-r.-fel -i;h great festwity,
TVi:'t -V- , -o!onril tflc 11 fi'ter trreive 12
o'c'.'uV, vr!'.n tra ct"r yerr vt uiberea in
:ti3 cvii,".a-;v.'.i'i. eouipiimeatary visits
rr.(5 r.VU"! -.iv'v fcr t L.-.ppy rev year.
In r' ry pVcu. t.:-: p. .ciceof tolling bells
r- 'd "il-'yti' in tin r . v yea'" it sti'l 00
"3trd " it -.-. a vri.:j nnycon penned toa
p'.-u"n bi'-'i'.iul J " n-j,. !twi alto observed
! c:j lvt uight, lut not 3 jyicerully 1:
??"'d vtrt bi;a visned. Tjo Cro belli
i'yT? r.boot tho c-nly oi.es v'tlclt weie rung.
Tlj prttsti?-.' rf ruiding Ife' Ysir's cal'g
tr'.U t'o'-bvle s bo ovesrved by many of
C'lj'tiyc.r-i; tad o'd neopio to-iUy. It i
csrtftloV i'cs..rf.W t-ut it tlTould bo very
rrcn3.r:.llf olnurvcl, for ii cL'eogihcna old
lVi-';(i'!in3 nd cri-te nor oues; it 13 one
oc" th i r.i-.tna by vthic'u coclrty sustains it
lelf. Thi followir. lacliis will renolve
clh:t r.t ha p!a t-eaii'iittd to ino-.row :
.t it-jjwceuc'i of At. 2. P. Vbeeler,
rt th? cortir of Eleventh and T?alnut
?rieir: Ilrit. Goei, tUa. Al. Glo and
M.ir.rs Ilritiio VLeelur, Euiiu Wheeler and
At tin rs;d4ac.i o! Cr. C. W. Dunnintr:
tin. Eunaiu, MliiiJLrjuIoPltcher and Misi
.t tl' raMdcnM of lit. E. W. Green, on
!Ioll;.':o!t n3aad ad Tent-ihird ctreet:
t': K. Y. :a MtlMm. W. Ii. Thomas.
2'r.Di1. Vi-rdjer, yf Jtnua, will receive
J'T.trj Ki'.r'a call:) to-morrow with Mrs. 8.
P. WV.alcf, vtsidonci Walnut corner Ele
The kdies of the V. C.T. U. will receive
thair frionus ou Now Years day,
from 11 a. m. to 10 p. in., at Reform hall. .
It ii generally understood among iho la
iMcithwt all will welcome thtir friends who
njy their rcsof.!. to them to-morrow, ao
tint culler.' fr S oriuw, need not
heaitate f ' ,' V ual visits