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THJJ DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, l82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OVrtCIC: NO. 78 OHIO I.KV1X
tXTEKEU AT TUB CAIRO rOBTOFFICE fOR
TEAN8JIIISION TUROUOH THE MAIL AT EC-
OMlOUL PANES Of CITT AKD COTJHTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu thueolutnn.etgiu cent per Un tot
rat and nve eentt per line each aulvieiiuenttnaor
Hon. For on week. SOcenti per line. Kor oue
month, SO cent per line
60c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Receipt books, Cairo data line, perfora
ted etub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-ad for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
To Be Contiuued.
The business of the late Wui. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alb at the old place.
Mr. Conrad Alb will have personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in the future as it was in the
past, under the able management of de
ceased, in a manner that will give the
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of the cus
tom of the past is solicited.
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera House up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. -11-30 tf
in market at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RE3TAURANT.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
mcyer's Restaurant cor. iOth st. and Wash
ington Avo. Only 25 cents for a regular
meal, and day boardors will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Lilies Rsbtauraat opposite Opera
House. Gus Botto proprietor, 11-20 tf
Fob Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth Btreet. All
manner of blacksiuitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Soarcher."
Sold by all druggists. Never fails.
Mr. J. Vandkrvees, Druggists, Grand
Haven, Mich. I cun safely recommend
Ely's Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, &c. Before I have used
the first bottle I purchased of you I find
myself cured. At times I could scarcely
smell anything and had a boadachu most
of the time. Henry Lily, Agent for the
American Express Co., Grand Haven, Mich.
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder how Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it essence of ginger, when in fact it is
made from many valuable medicines which
act beneficially ou every diseased organ.
My Son, aged nine years, was afflicted
with Catarrh; the use of Ely's Croum Balm
efiected a complete cure. W. E. U amuan,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cc? you, fuee
of CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
. Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Ikmax, Station D., New York
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Airue, an 1 other Intermittent
Fevers, the "Ferro-Pbfiprated Elixir of
Calissys," made by Ciswell, Hszird & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; aud fir patients recovering' from
Fever or other sickness, it his no equal. (1)
Are you nude miserable by Iudigeetiou,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skint Shiloh's Vitalier Is a posi
tve cure. ' (10)
No lady of refinement likes to resort to
superficial devices to supply a becoming
semblance of of her former beauty. It is
health alone that kindles the fire that lights
the countenance and brings back the fresh
tints of thi applo blossoms to the laded
cheek. If anything on earth will do this
it is Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkhara'B Vegetable
Compound which has already brought
health to multitudes with whom all other
means have failed.
Richard Dolguacr, of Columbia, 111.,
writes "Brown's Iron Hitters is the best
tonic medicine I have ever found: I will
A beacon in distress is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup,' the most efficacious remedy
for coughs, colds and hooping cough.
Loss of hair and graynesg, which often
mar the prettiest face, are prevented by
Farker'i nair Balsam.
Thomas Hart, 350 Clark street, Chicago,
III., says: "After suffering from typhoid
fefrr, Brown's Iron Bitters restored my
Cairo Lodge K. of H. HI 2.
All members are requested to attend next
moetiug Dec. 20 at 7 p. m. as there will bo
an election of officers fortho ensuing term
and other Important business. By order of
Lodge. Ot P. G. Powell, Reporter.
Having purchasod tho bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue betwoen
th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
tho public at all times fresh bread, cukes,
Ac. of tho best quality at tho lowest prices
lo be found in tho city. Call and seo me.
12-13 tf Jacob Latner.
Diamonds, and jewolury, latest stylos;
gold and silver watches. Fronch clocks
Ac, &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nollcea in tbe commas, ton cent per line,
trh innrttnn and whi'th.sr marked or not, if calcu
luted to fowird any nun's business lntcruat nru
al way paid for.
Schoolchildren will und The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos, 2 aud 3 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Fine stock of Christmas goods, jewel
ery watches clocks and silverwaro at John
A very pleasant littlo affair was tho
dance giveu by "Tho German" at Reform
ballon Eighth Btreet Tuesday night. The
attendance was very goad, tho hall being
just comtortably full.
During the Holidays tho Wabash, St.
Louis Pacific railroad will carry pasjen
gcrs to any point on tho line for one aud
one third fare for the lound trip. How is
that for liberality?
Mr. and Mrs. Chanfrau appear on tho
Opera House stage on tho 27th, 28th and
20th inst. John Dillon, one of tho bright
stars of the American stage, will bo here
on the 1st of .lanuary.
Just received a large stock of Quo
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, tor
sile and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks and plato i waro, at Buder's juwolry
Tho mon Kruse who was shot in a fra
cas on the Bteamcr Baton Rouge at our
wharf boat last weok, was yesterday still in
a dangerous condition, although Dr. Ben
son still entertains some- hopo that ho will
At a meeting recently hold by Branch
No 238. Catholic Knights of America, ot
their hall in this city, tho following officers
were elected: president, It. Maruell; vice
prest, W. A. K se ;'y. W. C. Mulkey;
treasurer, M.J. Howley; sorgesnt-at-arms,
J. D. Sander; sentinel, Wm. Mc Andrew;
trustee, E. B. Pettit.
Sanson & Co., art publishers, say of
their artist prools, steel engravings: These
pictures cannot be bought at retail any
where in the world lor less than $15 each.
If you tiro riot fully satisfied they arc worth
it, keep them without giving us any roturn
in advertising or otherwise." They are 30
x40 in size, and are offered for sale by The
Bulletin for $15.00 per pair for the holi
Try John A. Miller's jewclery estab
lishment before you mko your Holiday
purchases. He has anything you want ind at
lowest prices. tf
Tho reconsideration of tho vote by
which the railroad annihilator wan passed
at a former regular meeting of the city
council was postponed nt Tuesday's special
meeting until the uext regular meeting. It
is reported among those who know if
any one does, that a strong effort will bo
made to pass tho annihilator ovet tho may
The present congress has lost five of its
members by death during the past year.
The names of the dead are Allen, of Mis
souri; Lowe, of Alabama; Hawk, ot Illinois,
aud Updegraff, of Ohio, to which has now
been added the name of Orth, of Indiana,
whoso death has just been announced. Be
sides these, Mr. O'Connor, also elected to
tho present Congress, died before he could
take his seat.
The Hew penal code of New York
which took effect on the 1st inst, prohibits
five clashes of acts on Sunday, unless those
acts be done in a work of necessity or
charity. They are, hrst, servile labor;
sccoud, public sports and shows; third,
trade, manufacturers, or mechanical em
ployments; fourth, public traffic; and fifth,
the service of legal process. It has made
quite a revolution among tho Sunday sales
men, and bears very hard on the boot
blacks, uewspaper boys, fruit-venders and
other small traders.
Sparta Plaindcaler: "The report conies
to us that tho term of service of Col.
McKoaig, postmaster at Cairo, will soon ex
pire, and that Capt. Murphy will probably
succeed him in tho post-office. Capt,
Murphy is at prcseut chief deputy in tho
internal revenue office at Cairo, and if ho
becomes postmastor ho w'.ll leave a vacan
cy to bo filled. Tho question then arises,
"Who will bo Gen. Pavey's chief deputy?"
Echo answers "Who." It seems to us that
echo whispers faintly "W. II. Eubanks, of
Bloomington Bullotiu: "Commissioner
Raum has left Washington for Illinois, to
make a personal canvas of tho stato in his
own interest for United Stater senator. He
proposes to devote one month to this work.
In tho meantime his salary as commission
er runs on and ho will not fail to draw It
when duo." And again: "Commissioner
Raum thinks the tomporance pooplo of the
stato should bo iu bis favor because ho has
made temperance speeches ever ainco bo
was tifteon years old. Per contra. Buffa
lo Miller declares that Commissioner
Raum U tho best friend tho whisky men
over had in that position."
Tbocongressial house of representa
tives has refutod to adopt tho resolution for
a holiday recess, and then clinched their
action by adopting a resolution to fine any
member $50 for each day's absence.
Ti e officers recently elected by tho
knights Templar wero installod with splen
did ceroj'ony at Masonic hall last night. A
goodly delegation of handsome ladies waB
present, and there wis feasting, toasting,
music, dancing and general jollity until late
in the night.
Tuesday night Cairo Chapter No 71
met at Masonic hall aud elected the follow
ing cfilcers for tho ensueing term: J. A.
Goldmine, high priest; John Antrim, king;
John McEwen, sciibe; P. W. Barclay,
treasurer; B.F.Blake, secretary; II. K.
Mr. A. S. Barry, father-in-law of
Messrs. W. B. and M. F. Gilbert, whoso
serious illness was noticed in these columns
a few ilayB ago, died last Sunday, at the
residence of his son in Alton. A wife and
four children servivo him. Messrs. Gilbert
returned yesterday from Alton, Blu r hav
ing attended deceased's fnnoral.
From a comparison of tho complete
ceusus reports as to manutacturos taken in
1880 with those of 1870, it appears tint the
number of establishments have increased
only seven per cent, number of hands cm
ployed, 33.3 per centjcapit.il, 31.7; wages
paid, 22.2; value of material, 30.4; value of
products, 20 0. Considering that our "in
fant" industries w;ro fed with a high tariff
spoon, and considering the increase in pop
ulation, this showing is not flittering to tho
country. A better showing might bo made
if the pocket books and bank and boud ac
counts of tho monopohs s woro compared
with what they wer j ten yeirs previously.
Mr. J. Simons, advance agent for Prof.
Andress' trained bird show, was hero yes
terday and concluded arrangements for
the Professor's appearance hero for oue
week after January 2 J. Ho has secured
Hartman's h ill for the performance. Prof.
Aodrcss is also an illusionist and veutrillo
quist of remarkable power, and has drawn
and amazad large audiences wherever ho
has been. In connection with this wonderful
slight-of-haud perform mce he also gives an
exhibition with trained birds and other
animals which is very iuteresting, and gives
with each ticket of admission one or. two
envelopes containing numbered tickets
which draw prizes at tho conclusion of tho
Mr. B ickel, the expert appointed by
the court to receive from Keeley tho secret
of his invention, has ma4c au examination
of tho nature of tUonit;r. Bock el's ex
planation is tint Mr. Keeley has discovered
that the water in its natural statu "is capa
ble of being by vibra'ory action disintrega
ted so that its m dccular structure is broken
up and there is evolved therefrom a perma
nent expulsive gas, vapor or ether which
result is produced by mechanical action."
Bock'.d, who probably understands his own
explanation, expresses great confidence iu
tho outcome of the invention, and Keeley
promises that a new engine of five hun
dred horse power will soon be ready for
Thomas C. Graves is a high toned
colored gentlemen who has a step-father
who has a looking-glass. AU three lived to
gother in thi same houso and the looking
glass was hung up in Thaniss' room, until
yesterday, wheu the step-father, having
become offended nt something that Thomas
had said or done, resolved that his looking
glass should no longer adorn Thomas'
room, and ho went aud took it out, so he
did, aud hung it up in his own room. Now
th"ru is such a thing as holy anger, tho
bo k of b oks tells us so; and if there is
any thing which ou.jht to exoi'.e this pas
sion in a nun an 1 . causo him to raise the
devil generally, it is whoa a man's 6tep fath
er takes his own looking-glissout of a man's
room. Ot coursi Thomas' step-father's
very utistep-'atherly act riled Thomas and
ho 'Vt the teeth nnd stretched tho nostril
wide, held hard the breith and bent up
his spirit to in full height.'' He swore by
all the sons of II im that ho would have
his step f ithor's lookiug-glucs in his own
room. Like "a soldier, full of strong oaths
aud bearded like a pard, jealous in honor,
su lden and quick in quarrel, seeking the
bubble reputation even in the. crmnon's
mouth," Thonm laid siege to tho cruel
step-father's citule, captured it and cur
ried tho lookimi-glaes back in triumph to
his own stronghold, and fought back the
euomy who sought to recover his own.
Tho enemy, thoroughly beaten iu a contest
at arms, gave up tho looking glass but
thirsted for rovengo and got it by Ifaving
Thomas arrested and fined five dollars mid
costs by Magistrate Comings.
Mr. Ohcrly of tho Bloomington Bul
letin and chairman of tho Illinois state
Democratic central committee, in the "mod
cstest" man in tho state.' Being charged
with having been principally instrumental
in bringing about the very flittering Dem
ocratic Kaiiu in this state at the lato elec
tion, by his wise and energetic manage
ment of tho orupnign, ho replies in his
paper, "Tho Bulletin feels in duty bound
to say, that to Mews. William J. Mizr, of
tho Sullivan Progress, secretary of tho Dem
ocratic state central committee, and to
George W. Weber, formerly of tho Spring-
Register, most of tho credit given to Mr.
Obcrly by the Herald-Advocate and others
is due, Mr. Mizo has a genius for tho do
tails of organization and an industry that
never becomes weary, while Mr. Weber, as
industrious as Mr. Mizo, is a walking Illi
nois political encyclopaedia. Without
these two-geutlemen, Mr. Oberly would
have been helpless would have been a
ship at sea without any rudder would
have drifted through the campain. Ho
owes the remarkablo organization of tho
party in the state, which was affected with
in three weeks before election day, to these
two gentlemen, and ho cau take credit to
himself for but one thing, and that is he had
the sense to appreciate tho good qualities of
these two gentlemen, and to act in tho
most perfect harmony with them during
all tho timo he and they worked together
at Chicago for Ibe success of the Demo
The celebration of tho twenty-fifth an
uiverary of the Presbyterian church last
night was participated in by a large num
ber of people irrespective of denomination
al sffoliations. Tho church was decorated
profusely. There were garlands of green
suspended from the ceiling and bung iu
graceful curves over tho pulpit aud against
tho wall. A wreath of green was suspen
ded over each window, and from each
wreath hung a banner of aehcato tint, in
scribed with a motto appropriate to the oc
casion. On tho roar wall was the inscrip
tion in letters ot green, "Pray fortho good
ot Jerusalem." An arch of red over the
eutranco to the lecture room was inscribed
in letiors of silver "Tno Lord hath been
mindful of us" and on tho pillars whs,
"1857" and 1883"' respectively. Tho church
whs nearly full ot people to listen to ad
dress., of Rev. George and of Rev. Olm
sted who was ono of tho founders of the
church. Mr. George's address wtiS a con
densed history of the church from its first
inception, a grateful acknowledgement of
the services of those who were active in
its establishment, and an eloquent appeal
to those who might take au active part in
making its history during tho coming
twenty-five years, to make such a record
as would give those who might celebrate
tho fiftieth anniversary as pleasant a retro
spect n9 was now enjoyed. Rev. Olmsted
made a tew congratulating remarks
aud was followed by Rev
George who read a letter written by
Rev. Olmsted in 1854, giving some very in
teresting tacts about Cairo as it then was.
Rev. Scarritt offered prayer after this, and
then the company repared to tho lecture
room of tho church, there to partake of a
feast provided by the ladies of tho church
A JUMBLE OF ERRORS.'
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch of tho 10th
inst. publishes the following item iu Hs
railroad column :
"Mr Charles Hamilton, superintendent
of the St. L. & C. narrow gauge goes to
Cairo this evening to bo present at the
hearing of thj case of the city of Cairo vj.
tho St. L. & C. railway, which has been
pending for a long time. Tho track of the
road was originally, in 1875, built on the
levee into the city and was washed away
by an overflow of tho river. The road then
secured a temporary right of way further
in from the river, and are still using that.
Another right of away along the levee has
been granted by tho legislature aud the
grade thrown up all th5 way excepting
across an alloyed street iu tho outskirts of
tho city, from crossing which tho city has
enjoined them-except by paying an exorbit
ant sum for tho rix'ht, whiijh the company
refuses to do, and hence the proceedings."
Very evidently tho information containod
in the above item, concerning tho legal
contest pending between tho city of Cairo
and the St. Louis & Cairo railroad com
pany, alias the Cairo & St. Louis railway
company, and tho causes which led thereto,
wasfurni hod by Col. Hamilton himself
au 1 it ought therefore to be reliable and
correct, but it is not not in a 6ingle im
portant particular. For tho gross errors
in tho item there is no excuse whatever,
especially as they were made upon authori
ty of Col. Hamilton, who ought to, and
probably does, know all the facts in the
The facts are briefly these: In 1875 tho
nilroad company had a right of way over
ono of the best leveo embankments in
the country, and it hal been grunted
that right of way upojj condition that
it maintain the embankment aoiinst
any and all escu0achment8 of the mis
b1jippi kiveb. But in total disregard of
this important condition of tho contract by
which the company held its right of way,
it permitted the river, which was not at
flood tide, to gradually wash tho levoeaway,
paying but little attontion to tho urgent de
mands of the city authorities and others, to
make at least an iffort to save tho levoo,
which rulj have been accomplished by
tho expenditure of a hundred dollars or less
if the company had acted promptly. But
tho company did absolutely uotbing, and
by its hypocritical promises to do some,
thing immediately, only prevented tho city
from acting uutil alter the lovee was entire
ly cut through and tho building of over ft
wile of new kveo was made uccessary.
Then the railroad company politely inform
ed tho city authorities that it did not intend
to replace fho levee and the latter proceed
ed at ouce to build a uew leveo at a cost of
upwards of twenty-five thousand dollars.
Whether the city had claims upon others
for the cost of this lovee, is neither here nor
there. Tho fact that tho railroad company
treaolieously violated tho most Important
terms of tho agreement by which it held its
right of way into 4he oity, and by bucq" vio-
KRIS KRINGLE LAND, NOV. 12TII, 1882.
I do hereby appoint Phil. H. San p my agent for tho re
ceiving ol' orders for me, and advise parents to he careful of
poison in Candies that are usually sold for less than price of
good A Sugar. Phil is manufacturing every day and in
vites the public to call and see for themselves how well he is
acting Santa Clans instruction.
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson,
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"We, the Jury, sworn to investigate tho cause of tho
death of May and Willie Brooks, arc of the opinion that
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that they had eaten on
the night of their death."
Come Everybody and see Candies made. All orders
dropped through mail tilled on shortest notice.
atiou forfeit"d that rig'it of way, is all that
concerns us hero.
The company now obtained a temporary
righ-of-way further inland, but maintained
it track ou that portion of tho levee
which, the river h.d left. But
this temporary right-of-way was on
low giound, was being constantly
a4ied into the r've.r and was overflowed
wheu the river was up. As the river
abraded the Ur.d the tracks of the company
were moved further inland, and when the
river was up over the tracks, operations ou
the r"ad wero stopped. In the nicautimo
the city finished its twenty-five thousand
dollar levee, and tho railroad company
formed a scheme by which it sought to in
veigle the city authorities into t'iving it'
perpetual protection from the Mississippi
river at the sole expense of the j.eople of
tho city. By a trade in which very little,
if any, money was expended, the company
gained possession, not "i'rom the legila
tare," as the post-Dispatch s-.y s, (the legis
lature of Illinois is not iu lite habit of
ijrantiug rights-of-way over the streets of
cities to railro ids or any other corpora
tions), but, from the Cairo Tiust company,
of a strip id' Ind along the iiiri"i b ise of
the city's new leveo. In order to reach
this new right of way the company would
have to cross tho upper end of the princi
pal public avenue in the uty, which has
nearly always served mid dues now serve
as tho principal highway leading into the
city from the county above, and it had also
to cross over (bo city's cross levee. But
without knowing whether the city council
would permit it to cross this highway and
this leveo without any conditions whatever,
the company proceeded at once to form its
embankment along this uew right-jf-way,
bh inside anil outsido of the cross levee.
It seemed very much as though the com
pany expected t'iinirch l ight over the street
and the levee into the protecting arms of
the. city, without the ceremony
of formal permission from the city council,
and certainly without submitting to any
conditions whatever. - In view of this fact
tho council enjoined the company from
laying its track over the street and cross
levee aforesaid, and caught a Conference
with the officers, of the company, for the
purpose of agreeing upon some reasonable
terms upon which entrance into the city
should bo granted some slight compensa
tion to be paid the city by tho railroad
company for tho important priviledgo of
appropriating the perpetual protection
against the river afforded by the city's now
levee. But tho officers of the company
were angry an 1 probably had uo timo to
confer they were brnily engaged in re
organizing tho company under a new
name reorganizing the city of Cairo out of
several hundred thousand dollars cf Btcck
and getting rid of hundreds of other small
er creditors, among llieiu miny widows
and orphans and labors, aud thereby
seeming nearly half a million dollars to
the Holland stuck holdei'3 of tho concern.
After a scries of conferences finally se
cured, iu which the city council gave tho
company to understand t int a fair division,
between tho ci'y aud the company, of tho
expense of securing the company's truck
against all danger from tho river by furth
er strengthening the new levee, was all the
council wanted, a proposition was made by
President Yhitehouo himself, lo the
effect that tho company would do its
share of the work proposed, provided tho
Wabash company would do tho other share.
Tho Wabash didn't respond "within a
brief spice of time'' to this proposition;
but the city agreed to tako the Wabash
company's placo, whic h proffer w us a
haugtily rejected by President Whitehouse,
In other words the city sought to tuku tho
company up on tho company's own propo
sition and the company treated tho otler
with contempt, and now givus out that the
city counsel ''enjoined it Irom entering tho
city except by paying an exborbitaut Bum
fur tho right." Tho silliness of this state
ment will appear in all its force when it is
stated that tho company's own proposition
probably involved a greater expense than
that made by the c ity council.
But seeing that it could not enter tho
city through tho council chamber, the com
pany sought to como in through tho court
home, by setting up tho claim that the
street which it intends to cross, which has
boon and, is still, at times, the only moans
of ingress and egress f.om the city to tho
country above ami vice versa, is not a street
at all and uvtr was; and that the company,
under its new organization, is not affected
by auy legal obstructions with which the
property and franc'iUes t which it suc
ceeded were at the time encumbered. Well,
we shall see what such an apparently ridi
culous claim amounts to; but if the com
pany does succeed iu its dcsigu the coun
cil will have tho satisfaction of having
made a brave tight for the city's rights and
iuterests, against what has probably been
oue of the worst nnnuged, most unscrupul
ous, mot giaspiug and mo-t s'upidly un
reasonable railroad corporations in the
We regret the u.'C. ssity which c mipclls
usto lepeit again thee l'arsh truths; wo
feel kindly toward tho little narro-.v-g .ugc,
we are "plum gonu" on if, an 1 we would
look with charity, a sort of forgetting and
forgiving charity, upon all the fillings of
the little road, we would see it grow to
Btroug, liouotahle prp irtion.o, a bleing to
its oivuors and all with whom it cuue in
cout jet. Hut the little roa I is obstn pruus,
or lather its officers are. Just when wo
have enfolded it gently in our futhurly
embrace, danced it on our knee an 1 fe I it
most skilfully aud liberally with with
Lpiragoric and "pip" and all that when
we are about to flatter ourself that we have
succeeded in taming the stubborn little
creature, and are in the act of folding it
lovingly to our bosom, the thing s'uldenly
becomes "rambunksh," strikes the npoon
from our hand, kicks m in the ttomich,
and sets everything to humming au I -us
to saying unkind things. Puii-nce is said
to be one ol the pillars of human peace.
We have been pitieu:;but to much patience
is the viitue of an ass, an 1 we feel Inclined
to exercise our good right bower upon the
bulge of the naughty little ingratc's anato
my and let it squeal a while and
kick itself out of its swa ldliivj clothes
just for a change.
Mensman's Pki'Tomzed Berk Tonic, the
only prepartion of beef containing itsi ntire
nutritious properties. It contains blond
making; force generating and life sustain
iiig properties; invaluable for Iudigestion'
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, nnd all
forms of general debility; albo, in all tu
teeblud conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, mTVou prostration, i.verwoik,
or acute disease, particular)1 if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, 5fuw York.
Sold by Druggists. (3)
The Howe scales have all tho latest im
provements. It is truo economy to buy
the best. Budeu, Sellcck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Nmlcud In thl column three Une or lesn W coins
une insertion or Jl IU jit tveok.
170 it SAI.K Five volultl li t on WhlioMtn
. nvdiiHo oipuiie 'he coii't 1iop aud rh-eo de
sirable loll c -.rn r'tli Mrcd aud Vlilni!tin ave
nue. M.J. HOtVLEY, Hull KHiie Atrutit.
TjtOR SAMS AT AUCTI 'N TInuno on.l lot with
-L guoil ot ihlit, will ha eulil on S' ill ol Ducutubur,
rttustud ou vllnt aticot oiipo ltc ll ennven'.
Ir01t SALE. Darhi'TV cliair, wafb mane, la.
hies An. CON" 11 A U ALU A, Sixth atrrm
IAjK HALK. KhonltiRiir I'nrlur cirirni 0 nr..
tavo. T atop lu erfcl ordur. Will lu mid at
Riiarisatn. (.'ii'l on or addroa curt of Tribune,
LVMtMALK.-lllnnks, Cbiittnl MerKHifi a, Su rlul
T Warranty and Wnrrauly Diorla at Oio Ilulletlu
Job oIUko "S Ohio Luvee,
Tho Old Meltable
No. s, will bnvc u
(Uaii(l New Year's Ball.
In ther Hall on
Monday Night Jituuary 1, lttB3.
Tho II all haibcflu newly fltloil up, and will ho
hauilomily trlmniuil fur the orcadon, mid thn
coinmuu!0 wiiuuKi uruiil Ur.ins tomiiKe ino jnui
a KNtml xiiervsa thai auall ho highly enjoyed bv all
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